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Synonyms for corgi

either of two Welsh breeds of long-bodied short-legged dogs with erect ears and a fox-like head

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Robson said that Corgis are regarded as an older person's dog since the breed is the queen's favorite.
In 2012, it was reported that Holly and Willow, along with one of the Queen's then corgis Monty, were the pets that appeared in the James Bond sketch which the sovereign recorded for the London Olympics opening ceremony.
The Queen and Princess Anne arriving at Liverpool Street with two corgis <Bon February 4, 1969 Sidey
Kennel Club secretary Caroline Kisko said: "The corgi is one of Britain's most iconic dog breeds so it's worrying to see it become one of our vulnerable breeds for the first time.
Kennel Club secretary Caroline Kisko said: "The corgi is one of the country's most iconic dog breeds so it's worrying to see it become one of our vulnerable breeds for the first time.
A ROYAL corgi who appeared in the Queen's Olympic opening ceremony sketch with James Bond star Daniel Craig has died at the age of 13.
9 ( ANI ): The Queen's corgi, which appeared in a James Bond sketch for the Olympics opening ceremony, has died, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.
A spokeswoman for the Kennel Club confirmed this week that interest in two endangered corgi strains, the Cardigan Welsh and Pembroke Welsh, has soared thanks to the jubilee.
Joy, who has eight corgis, isn't surprised Her Majesty fell in love with the breed.
We''ve been at it for two hours, what''s a corgi going to do?
Earlier this week the Princess's English bull terrier Dotty attacked one of the Queen's corgis, Pharos, at Sandringham, resulting in the corgi being put down.
The Royal Family was gathering at Sandringham today to open their Christmas presents as the Queen mourned the death of one of her corgis, killed by an English bull terrier owned by Princess Anne.
It seemed to be the obvious way to go; it was either that or a horse, but of course corgis are that bit easier to make.
The Queen uses a BRICK as a sex aid for her corgis.
The Queen has owned more than 30 dogs but now has just two corgis, Holly and Willow, and two dorgis, Candy and Vulcan.