The Water Bowl: Queen's Corgis Attack Princess Beatrice's Terrier

Queen Elizabeth's Corgis Attack Princess Beatrice's Terrier
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08/20/2012 12:00PM

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A royal feud unfolded last week when Princess Beatrice's 11-year-old Norfolk terrier Max almost lost an ear during a scuffle with the Queen Elizabeth's six corgis at Balmoral castle. The dogs, including two other terriers, began "fighting among themselves" as the Queen's dog walker led them through one of the castle's corridors. Max, who also suffered several bite injuries, was treated by a veterinarian. –The Telegraph

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