Queen Elizabeth has launched a pets range fit for royal canines

queen elizabeth pets range from Sandringham Estate
(Image credit: Sandringham Estate)

For pooches who love luxury, you can now get your hands on an exclusive Queen Elizabeth II pets range.

Her royal gift shop at Sandringham is now selling a range of dog accessories including collars, leads, treats and beds made from Sandringham Royal Tweed and leather.

The collection features soft brown colors, with pockets of glamorous tweed featured throughout, including a prominent design on the bandana and a stylish dog bone toy.

It features eleven pieces in total, including a leather key tag, a leather clip, accessory pouch, bandana, bone toy, treat pouch and collar. You can also pick up a delightful Sandringham fleece blanket and warm tweed bed for your pampered pooch to cosy up in for the night, while walkies have never looked so stylish with the range of coats and leather leads. 

For canines with upmarket tastes in food, there are also nutritious natural treat biscuits which have been developed using venison and game from the Royal estate and baked locally.

The shop previously developed a Royal beer brand made using plants grown on the estate.

The pets range is inspired by Sandringham Estate, the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen

The pets range is inspired by Sandringham Estate, the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen (Image credit: CC)

Although the products are the latest to be sold with the Queen's approval, the posh range does not include a royal price tag.

In fact, prices start from only £6.99 ($9.89) for the leather key tag, while the more expensive items in the range, the coats, leads, collars and pets beds are priced between £29.99 ($42.41) and £49.99 ($70.69) respectively.

If you'd like to get your paws on the collection fit for royal Corgis, they are all available from the Sandringham Courtyard Shop which is open every day from 10am to 5pm.

Ashleigh Gibbs
Digital Editor

Ashleigh is Digital Editor on PetsRadar. With over 8 years of experience in print and digital media, she has acted as an editorial lead on a variety of projects, with animal themes a keen interest. As an avid animal lover, you can often find Ashleigh checking out the newest trends in animal care or looking at cute cat videos on TikTok.