Queen Elizabeth II had four dogs at the time of her death: What happens to them?

If there is one thing that we all know about Queen Elizabeth II, it was that she was an avid dog lover, in particular she was a devoted Corgi mom. From her very early days (at just 7-years-old she asked her parents for a Corgi), the late Queen has been as much a Corgi lover as she was an animal lover.

And at the time of her death on September 8, she actually owned four dogs. Not only did she have two Pembroke Welsh Corgis named Muick and Sandy that were gifted to her by her son Prince Andrew and his daughters, but she also had two other pups as well. The other two pups were Lissy, a Cocker Spaniel who joined the Queen in January of 2022, and Candy, a Dorgi.

At this time, it seems like the only pups that we know have a home now are Sandy and Muick. According to NPR, it seems that Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson will be taking the two Corgis back to live with them at the Royal Lodge on the Windsor Estate.

Of course, this still leaves two dogs that we don’t know where they are going. However, there is some speculation that Candy and Lissy will be split up and sent to live with other members of the family.

Where will Queen Elizabeth II’s dogs end up now?

While we are sure that all four of the dogs will end up in good hands, we can’t help but hope that they all end up together rather than be separated now that Queen Elizabeth II is gone. It would be sad to see these pups not only lose their owner and their home, but also their canine siblings as well.

There is no confirmation about the pups at this point beyond Prince Andrew confirming that he and Sarah Ferguson would be taking the Corgis, so we can only hope that at some point we learn the fate of Candy and Lissy.

What do you think fellow dog lovers? Do you hope all four pups stay together too? Do you think the pups will all end up with the same person?