Royal Collection Trust
June 03, 2016 03:10 PM

Attention dog owners: Queen Elizabeth has a treat for you.

The monarch’s deep affection for her pups has inspired a new range of regal pet accessories from the official Royal Collection Trust, which is headed by Prince Charles. (The line’s adorable hashtag? #MaamsBestFriend.)

For the first time, pet owners can dress their dogs in the exact same royal tartan worn at the Queen’s official residence in Scotland, the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

Kiltmakers Kinloch Anderson produce the Hunting Stewart tartan used in the line. The company has been making tartan for the Royal family since 1903, when it was granted a Royal warrant by Queen Victoria’s son King Edward VII.

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Queen Elizabeth joins Prince Philip and Prince Charles (in their tartans!) at the 2012 Braemar Highland Gathering in Braemar, Scotland.

The tartan-themed items include a small dog jacket for $50, a plush bone for $21 and a dog bed for $108.

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There is also a $36 dog bowl made of English fine bone china embellished with 24-carat burnished gold and a royal crest.

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Maybe the Queen’s beloved corgis and dorgis will swap out some of their silver platters for the new bowls!

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