Queen launches range of dog biscuits flavoured with royal venison
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THE Queen has launched a range of dog biscuits flavoured with royal venison.
Her Majesty’s Game Bones snacks are made with game from the Sandringham estate in Norfolk and baked nearby.
The Queen has launched a range of dog biscuits flavoured with royal venison[/caption]
The treats come in a paper bag with a royal seal and are additive and preservative free[/caption]
They come in a paper bag with a royal seal and are additive and preservative-free.
The packaging describes them as a tasty occasional treat and as a training aid. They cost £4.99 a bag.
Luxury £50 pet beds and £30 leather collars are also available from the Queen’s shop at Sandringham.
The 95-year-old monarch has owned a corgi or a dorgi, a cross between a dachshund and a corgi, since she was 18.
Her best known, Monty, appeared in her 2012 Olympics opening ceremony clip with James Bond star Daniel Craig.
In June, the Queen was given a new corgi puppy by Prince Andrew after her beloved dorgi Fergus died a month earlier.
She is delighted with the extra company at Windsor.