Vintage Dogs of Royalty September 8, 2022September 8, 2022 ~ YesBiscuit From the book British dogs their varieties, history, characteristics, breeding, management and exhibition by Hugh Dalziel, 1879 Plumpie the chow who was bred to a white pomeranian, from an article in The Westminster Budget (London, England) · March 15, 1895 Two illustrations from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York) · July 11, 1897 Dogdom magazine, December 1907 Dogdom magazine, December 1907 The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) · 20 Oct 1912, Sun · Page 24 The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California) · 8 Jan 1922, Sun · Page 48 The Weekly Dispatch (London, England) · 3 Jun 1923, Sun · Page 9 Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral Castle with one of her corgis, September 28, 1952UPI COLOR SLIDE/GETTY IMAGES More vintage royalty and their dogs. More on the dogs of Queen Elizabeth II. Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestRedditPrintLinkedInPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeLike this:Like Loading... Related
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And now Queen Elizabeth II is gone.
I read that she stopped breeding some ten years back as she didn’t want to leave any dogs to grieve for her.
Yes. She did, I believe, still have a corgi mix related to her corgi line, but she had stopped breeding and placed any dogs not ready to be retired.