According to Dr. Roger Mugford, an animal psychologist who labored with Queen Elizabeth’s canine, the remaining canines are conscious of the Queen’s loss of life. Queen Elizabeth II stopped breeding Corgis years in the past as a result of she didn’t need them to survive her. But as time went on, she realized she wanted furry pals by her aspect. So, when she solely had one canine left, her son Andrew gifted her two extra Corgi puppies.

When the Queen handed away, she had 4 canine who now miss her terribly. Dr. Mugford explains how the canine are coping after this tragic loss, and by chance, they’re all in good palms now.

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The Corgis React to the Queen’s Death

At the time of her loss of life, Queen Elizabeth had two Corgis named Sandy and Muick, a Dorgi (Dachshund/Corgi combine) named Candy, and a Cocker Spaniel named Lissy. 4-year-old Lissy was the most recent addition after the queen introduced her dwelling in early 2022. Mugford solely talked concerning the reactions of the 2 Corgis, however all 4 canine possible miss their human greater than something.

“I’m sure the dogs knew that events were happening with the declining health of her majesty,” Mugford mentioned. “Dogs are very perceptive of changes in their owners and people’s general health.”

Corgis by the Queen's coffin
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Mugford added that he doesn’t imagine there will probably be too many extreme modifications within the canine’ behaviors as a consequence of grief. They’re used to having numerous folks assist look after them, so though they’re heartbroken, their routines gained’t change drastically.

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Queen Elizabeth’s canine have been there to assist her till the very finish. Sandy and Muick have been even current outdoors the Queen’s coffin through the closing procession. They won’t have recognized precisely what was occurring, however they knew one thing unhappy had occurred.

Corgis missing the Queen
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“There’s no doubt there that the queen loved her dogs dearly,” Mugford mentioned. “[She had] a well-rounded affection for her dogs. They were her great leisure pursuit. She talked to them in silly ways we all talk to our dogs. It was the brighter side of her life. When I was with her, she was incredibly animated when talking about her dogs, their individual personalities.”

Who Will Care for the Corgis Now?

Prince Andrew and his daughter, Princess Beatrice, will care for Muick, Sandy, and Candy. The three canine are used to one another’s firm by now, so the Queen didn’t need them cut up up. The media hasn’t introduced who will look after Lissy but.

Dorgi hugging Queen Elizabeth
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“I visited Windsor Park, the home of Prince Andrew, to see his dogs, two little Terriers, and it’s a fantastic environment for dogs. So, these dogs will be pampered,” Mugford mentioned. “Most of the time or much of their lives had been spent in Windsor and Prince Andrew’s house is located about two miles from the castle, so for them, it will be a massive going home if you like.”

Of course, Queen Elizabeth’s canine will miss her terribly, however they’ll nonetheless be surrounded by individuals who love them. Dogs generally is a large dedication, however Prince Andrew guarantees to look after the pups for nonetheless a few years they’ve left.

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