If the late Elizabeth II had decided on corgisa dog breed from Wales, his daughter, Princess Anne, meanwhile, has a passion for bull terriers, resulting from a cross between the white English terrier and the English bulldog. And it is one of his faithful four-legged companions that got people talking about him at the beginning of the year 2023. In fact, as revealed byDaily mail this Wednesday, January 18, one of the dogs of King Charles III’s sister would have attack another dog belowa king hunt with the pheasant, held at Sandringham the day after Christmas.
According to a source familiar with the matter, the ex-wife of Mark Phillips brought her dog to the family gathering, where he allegedly bite the other animal. If the latter survived, there would have been “lots of blood and screaming” and he “took a while to get the dog out of the other’s ear because it was deep sunk his fangs“. As our colleagues have reported, some people are ” asked what would have happened if it had been Charlotte or George or any other child instead of the dogHowever, Norfolk Police and the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) have only received no report of the alleged incident.
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This second dog attack scarred the crown
In 2006, Princess Anne had a bull terrier named Florence bite an employee of Sandringham Royal Palace. “Injured kneelet the victim go seams”, our colleagues had reported at the time20 minutes. Before this incident, Florence had already attacked Pharos, one of Elizabeth II’s favorite dogs, leading to euthanasia of it after being transported to the veterinary emergency room…
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