Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain will release a perfume for dogs, The Sun reports.
The perfume will be called The Happy Hounds Dog Cologne, which smells like "coastal walks." More specifically, it is described as "musky scent with citrus notes of bergamot."
Of course, the sales will not be handled by Elizabeth herself. The perfume in a bottle with the royal emblem will join the range of commemorative merchandise for tourists and will be sold for £9.99 (about $13.53) in the gift store of the Queen's estate in Sandringham, Norfolk. The scent is positioned as "unisex," which means it can be used for both females and males. Fragrance sprays and perfumes for dogs are nothing new on the market. Such products have long been available in the most ordinary pet store.
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