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New range of pet accessories from Royal Collection Trust

Release date: Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Corgi wearing Royal Collection Trust pet range

Corgi wearing Royal Collection Trust pet range Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2016

Royal Collection Trust has produced an exclusive new range of pet accessories, offering the perfect treat for your canine companion, whether a chihuahua, a collie or a corgi.

Your dog will appear effortlessly stylish wearing a snug coat or lounging on a fleecy blanket made in the Hunting Stewart tartan, the livery worn at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Her Majesty The Queen's official residence in Scotland.

A double-sided grooming brush will ensure they look their best before enjoying a walk in a smart leather collar with matching lead or sporting a fashionable tartan bandana. Back at home, they can dine from an elegant bowl embellished with the Royal crest.

Royal Collection Trust’s Retail Director, Nuala McGourty, said, ‘We are pleased to launch another new retail range, this time taking inspiration from the well-known royal love of dogs. We hope that dog owners will enjoy spoiling their pets with these smart accessories.'

The 11-piece range comprises a collar bandana and grooming brush (both £9.95), bone toy, accessory pouch, leather key fob (all £14.95), china bowl (£25.00), collars (from £35.00), coats (from £35.00), leather leads (from £45.00), fleece blanket (£60.00) and pet beds (from £65.00). 

The new range can be purchased from the Royal Collection Trust online shop, and in Royal Collection Trust shops at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, on Buckingham Palace Road, and at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh.