After Queen Elizabeth’s death, Corgis of Queen Elizabeth receive a positive update


Corgis belonging to Queen Elizabeth seem to be doing well in their new home. Sarah Ferguson, one of the new royal pet owners spoke to the Telegraph (via E! NewsIt was a discussion on Sandy and Muick’s welfare. It was a “big honor”For the Duchess to have taken in the dogs of the late monarch, which she called “national treasures”He said that he had been well trained. Her ex-husband and Prince Andrew, who is also the son of the queen, initially gave the Pembroke Welsh Corgis to her. After she passed away on Sept. 8 at age 96, his and Ferguson’s dogs were returned to them at Royal Lodge near Windsor Castle. 

The Telegraph reported that the dogs have a few new siblings at their current home: five Norfolk terriers.”They all balance out,”The outlet was told by the duchess. “The carpet moves as I move but I’ve got used to it now.” A dorgi, Fergus, and Muick were given to the queen by Andrew during the COVID-19 lockdown in March 2021 to lift her spirits while her husband, Prince Philip, was hospitalized, The Telegraph reported. One month later, the Duke of Edinburgh passed away at age 99, and Fergus died the following May. Andrew then gave the queen Sandy, another corgi puppy, which Ferguson had also found. 

Following the state funeral, footage was broadcast of Muick and Sandy being led out to await the arrival of the queen’s coffin at her final resting place of Windsor. In the wake of his grandmother’s death, Prince William told a concerned fan waiting in line to see the queen’s coffin lying in state at Westminster Palace in London that Muick and Sandy “are two very friendly corgis, so they’ve got a good home. They’ll be looked after very well, spoilt rotten, I’m sure.”Also, Candy, a dorgi that the queen loved, was cared for by her for 18 years until she died. Many outlets reported that Candy, a dorgi, died in the summer after her death. Sandy, Muick, and Lissy were all able to survive the queen’s passing. Numerous reports suggest that the cocker spaniel’s champion 2022 Kennel Club Cocker Spaniel Championship winner, Lissy, now lives with her trainer.

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