Loyal dog Vulcan-report dies Queen Elizabeth dies

Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom at the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory in the south of England on October 15, 2020 (Photo: AFP / Ben Stencil)

Queen Elizabeth II has a grief after her dog, a Corgi-Dachshund mix named Vulcan, who recently passed away.

According to, 13-year-old Vulcan died in Windsor Castle, England Rajinda message Yesterday, December. The Queen has cared for Vulcan since at least 2007.

Although Vulcan was already in old age, the cause of his death was not known. Following Vulcan’s loss, the Queen is now left with one last dog, another Corgi-Dachshund mixed named Candy.

“Majesty loves her dogs and it’s always a hit, especially now,” said one source.

The Queen has always been fond of dogs, especially Corgis. Her pets would often tail her when she walked around the castle and when she visited other settlements.

She received her first Corgi Susan when she was just 18 and continued to raise dogs from Susan’s line for years. However, the last of Susan’s line, a corgi named Willow, died back in April 2018.

Vulcan and candy come from the Corgi-Dachshund mix line. According to reports, the crossbreeds were introduced into the royal family when Princess Margaret’s dachshund Pipkin had intercourse with one of the Queen’s Corgis.

Aside from Vulcan, fellow British Royals Prince William and Duchess Catherine also lost their 9-year-old dog Lupo last month.

The tragic loss is that because of the Covid-19 crisis the king will make his traditional family Christmas Eve. Instead of spending the holidays at her Sandringham estate in eastern England, she and her husband will stay at Prince Philip Windsor Castle. Ryan Arcadio /Out

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