Make him part of the family. Pets, especially dogs, need companionship. They are traditionally pack creatures and need the warmth and love that comes with living indoors with their family.
The smiling 95-year-old queen seemed happy to oblige and reached out to pet the dog.
Corgis have always held a special place in the queen’s heart. Over the years she’s owned more than 30 of the herding dogs , including several mixed breed dorgis.In December 2020, her dorgi named Vulcan died and left behind only Candy. But in March 2021, TODAY confirmed that the monarch had welcomed two corgi puppies.The queen, who celebrates her Platinum Jubilee on Sunday, seemed delighted as she pored over the stack of jubilee memorabilia. Some items had been preserved from previous jubilees, like this fingerprint portrait from schoolchildren in Leicestershire.
Alternate Their Toys to Keep Their Interest. Just like us dogs get bored with new stuff after awhile, and this includes their toys. Keep their interest by alternating their access to them. Once your dog hasn’t seen their blue ball in a month they’ll have a brand new appreciation for it the next time it makes an appearance.
Many items, including cards, were specially made for the queen in honor of her special milestone.
There are several celebrations planned this year in honor of the queen's anniversary.