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Entertainment

Web Desk
December 4, 2020

Queen Elizabeth’s loyal dog Vulcan the Dorgi dies: report

Entertainment

Web Desk
Fri, Dec 04, 2020
Queen Elizabeth’s loyal dog Vulcan the Dorgi dies: report

Queen Elizabeth II is reportedly mourning the death of her faithful pet Vulcan the Dorgi, just weeks before the Christmas.

According to the Daily Mail, Dorgi, a dachshund-corgi cross, had been with Queen since 2007 and died a few weeks ago at Windsor Castle.

The Daily Star reported that Vulcan the Dorgi passed away of ‘old age’.

The tragic death of the dog has left Queen ‘upset’ as now she has only one pet left after she gave up dog breeding hobby in 2018.

Dorgi Candy is said to be Queen’s last remaining dog.

Vulcan the Dorgi is expected to be buried at Windsor Castle, where the Queen is set to celebrate her first Christmas in 32 years.