How Many Corgis Did The Queen Have and What Will Happen to Them?

The Queen’s Corgis

As news spread about Queen Elizabeth’s death, many dog lovers like myself immediately thought about her beloved corgis.

People around the globe found the corgis to be as interesting as the Queen herself. They even have their own wikipedia page!

It is said that over her lifetime, she owned more than 30 corgis total. And, some of them she bred and kept the offspring.

What Kind of Corgis Did the Queen Own?

It is widely reported that the Queen owned Pembroke corgis. However, looking at the many many pictures online, you can see that some of them were Cardigans.

She obviously preferred the orange (actually called Red) Pembroke variety, but owned many others as well.

Who Takes Care of the Queen’s Corgis?

You never would have seen Queen Elizabeth outside with a pooper scooper or poop bag, following after her dogs. Of course, she had people for that.

Did the Queen’s Corgis Ever Bite Anyone?

Over the years, the various corgis had their share of nuisance stories. But, I guess when you own many dogs over 90 years, things are going to come up.