It’s not just humans joining in the coronation action as we prepare for the coronation of their majesties the king and queen.
Pets across the country don their red, white and blue happy rags to celebrate the coronation.
Dogs and coronations have a long history. Queen Victoria, a devoted dog owner, reportedly bathed her dogs before her own coronation in 1838.
Coronation visitors have been warned by vets to be careful when taking their dogs to places with large crowds, which can cause stress for their pets.
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home shared photos of some residents looking ‘extra proud’ ahead of the start of the coronation ceremony.
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Battersea Dogs Home dogs picnic ahead of the coronation celebration on Saturday
Pets across the country have been pictured in their red, white and blue Sunday best as people prepare to celebrate with them
A pup sleeps at his owner’s feet after a long day of coronation celebrations in Hyde Park
A proud spaniel wearing a Union Jack bow poses for a photo with other coronation items
A soaking wet dog still looks smart in his bow tie for the coronation celebrations at Windsor
Vets warned coronation celebrants not to make an easy mistake if they decide to take their dogs to street parties or watch the procession in central London
Royal supporters and pet owners shared photos of their proud puppers in their Sunday best.
Some used shawls to celebrate the big day with their pets while others went further, with special leashes and harnesses.
Large bows adorned other dogs’ collars, decorated with glitter and adorned with Union Jacks.
Veterinarians warned coronation celebrants not to make an easy mistake if they decide to take their dogs to street parties or to watch the procession in central London.
Dogs can easily become overwhelmed in large crowds, which can cause behavioral problems even in well-trained dogs.
Vets said unless the pet is a service or service animal, it’s best to leave them at home where they feel safe.
But that shouldn’t stop pet owners from enjoying Coronation Day with their dogs, as photos posted on social media show.
Murphy, a mini daschund from Stalybridge, gets into the festive spirit
A dog wrapped in a flag as members of the St John’s Deaf Community Center gather to watch and celebrate the coronation of King Charles III
Social media users shared photos of their dogs enjoying the big day majestically dressed in red, white and blue
Pictures of proud pets were shared ahead of coronation day as people prepared to celebrate the king’s big day.
Murphy, a mini daschund from Stalybridge, looked sparkling in a red and white hat as he entered the revelry.
Gus, a gorgeous miniature wire-haired dachshund who lives in Battersea, looked regal in his crown and gold ribbon for the coronation, while Teddy the King Charles Cavalier Spaniel wore a noble ‘God Save The King’ bib against a backdrop of Union Jack flags.
Meanwhile, Clementine the fluffy sphynx looked as pretty as a princess, wearing a sequined rainbow crown and a multi-colored vest.
Four-legged friends across Britain have dressed like royalty during the countdown to King Charles’ coronation
Gus, Battersea’s best-loved Miniature Wirehaired Dachshund, looked regal in his pre-coronation crown
Dressed like a king: This pup is crowned and dressed in majestic robes ahead of the coronation
Ringo, the eight-year-old Miniature Schnauzer from Emsworth, Hampshire, is getting ready for the big day
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