Britain’s Queen Elizabeth’s love of Pembroke Welsh Corgis is internationally known. She has elevated the little dog to great popularity through decades of loving, breeding and raising them. She was introduced to these sweet animals when her father, King George VI, gave the then ten-year-old princess her first corgi Dookie. She now has a pack of seven dogs, including corgis and dorgis, a corgi and dachshund crossbreed.
The royal family have always had a close connection with their four-legged friends, starting with Queen Victoria’s King Charles spaniel Dash, and Prince Albert’s greyhound Eos.
With the Royal Wedding barely a week behind us, the natural question is: How will Kate and Wils continue this tradition? I guess all we can do is wait and see.