As just about everyone knows, the Queen of England is a huge fan of corgis. She has had dozens of them during her time on the throne, two of whom are featured in the above GIF, which was taken from the Olympic Opening Ceremony this year in London. What you may not have known, however, is that the Queen’s corgis are apparently BLOODTHIRSTY TERRITORIAL MONSTERS WHO WILL BITE PART OF YOUR FACE OFF FOR LITTLE TO NO REASON AND THEN LAUGH ABOUT IT LIKE IT’S A BIG JOKE.
Don’t believe me? Read on:
They may be among the Queen’s favourite subjects but her corgis are in the doghouse after getting into a fight with one of Princess Beatrice’s pets.
Max, an 11–year–old Norfolk terrier, is said to have been badly injured after a “nasty” encounter at Balmoral castle last week.
The Princess’s pet nearly lost an ear and suffered several bloody bite injuries that had to be treated by a vet, in the latest in a series of scraps between royal dogs.
A series of scraps? What is this, a DMX video?
The Queen was elsewhere in her Scottish castle when the fight erupted between six corgis and three Norfolk terriers.
Her dog walker was leading the group through one of the castle’s corridors when they became “overexcited” and began “fighting among themselves”.
COME ON. RIDE. OR. DIE. WHAT Y’ALL REALLY WAAAAANT? UH. WHAT Y’ALL REALLY WAAAAAAAAANT?
“The Queen’s dog boy was taking the corgis for a walk and they were joined by the Norfolk terriers, which came with Prince Andrew,” one insider told a Sunday newspaper.