If you see a Corgi, you know that royal blood runs through their veins. This breed is very close to Queen Elizabeth’s heart, especially since she was still a young girl when she first had them. Her Majesty’s Corgis live in the palace, and they receive royal treatment in different aspects of their lives.
A special diet for the royal canine
Believe it or not, the royal Corgis have personalized diets to fit their needs. They are literally served food on a silver platter. The first platter is given to the oldest Corgi, and the rest need to wait for their turn patiently. It is not surprising that Corgis have this behavior since they come from a family of well-mannered aristocrats.
Dr. Roger Mugford, a Corgi trainer and animal behaviorist, was among the few to witness how the royal Corgis are fed. According to Mugford, every Corgi has his/her customized menu. Aside from food, there’s also a list of herbal and homeopathic remedies in the menu. These dogs are living the best life!
Ring for the butler
During meal time, a butler comes in to serve these Corgis their food. As mentioned earlier, the dishes come in a beautiful collection of porcelain and silver. The dogs form a semi-circle as they wait for the butler to serve their meal. When they are done, the butler comes back once again to collect the empty platters.
Queen Elizabeth is partial to being a paw parent to Corgis and Corgi mixed dogs. Her paw family consists of two Corgis, Willow, and Holly. She also has two Corgi-Dachshund mix dogs in her paw family: Vulcan and Candy. Her Majesty loves all her dogs deeply, and she makes it a point to spend time with them when she is not busy.
Credits to The Telegraph