For fans of Elizabeth II’s favorite dogs, the jubilee is a boon

The British company Pug Café, a specialist in events around dogs, wanted to mark the jubilee by gathering in the heart of London hundreds of corgis, in honor of the Queen.


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A A few steps from the Shard, south of the Thames in London, a crowd formed on Sunday in the courtyard of The Refinery Bar, amidst the skyscrapers. Between the legs of the bystanders, hairy creatures sneak, all long and short on legs. These red-colored, charcoal-tailed, black-and-white fawn dogs, with or without white panachures, are naked other than corgis, Elizabeth II’s favorite dogs.




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