Since my puppy, Bertie, moved in, I’ve often wondered how the furniture in the royal palaces remained and remains unchewed when the Queen, like her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, is so fond of dogs. When at home, both Queens are and were rarely seen without their canine companions, some of whom must have surely been chewers!
Perhaps, for the present Queen, the answer lies with her ‘dog whisperer’ whom, according to the Telegraph, she regularly consults about her dogs’ behaviour. It seems that the corgis don’t take too kindly to outsiders, so the Duchess of Cambridge’s dog, Lupo, was, for his own protection, left with the Middletons this Christmas, rather than joining the family at Sandringham:
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