The Queen’s love of the Pembrokeshire corgi is legendary. On her 18th birthday, her father gave her a corgi named Susan, and since then every royal corgi (more than 30 of them) descended from her original pet. In 2018, after her last corgi died, the Queen decided to stop breeding corgis due to her age, but when her gamekeeper died, she decided to adopt his corgi that she had been dog-walking for the last two years.
The Queen also has dorgis – a cross between a corgi and a dachshund. The royal dogs have their own room, and food specially prepared by a chef, but the Queen feeds them personally at 5pm sharp each day and walks them herself.