The Queen's Dogs
Some of the most famous dogs in the world are the royal corgis, and dorgis, which are the companions of Queen Elizabeth II, and the companions of her parents before her, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. Elizabeth has been fond of corgis nearly her entire life and has had more than 30 corgis since becoming Queen of the Commonwealth realms in 1952.
Elizabeth II has had at least one corgi at any given time between 1933-2018. In 2007, she had seven corgis: Mindy, Monty, Missy, Linnet, Emma, Holly, and Willow; five cocker spaniels: Oxo, Flash, Bisto, Spi