Queen’s corgis will feel her loss, says dog expert

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The dog expert has revealed that the Queen’s corpse will feel the loss of the Emperor, and may even exhibit signs of depression after her death.

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It was announced that the Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York are to look after the Queen’s beloved Corgis, Muick and Sandy, who also made an appearance at the Windsor Castle quadrangle during her funeral on Monday.

Dog expert and founder of pet personalization product website Yuppie John Smith said dogs don’t understand the concept of death, dogs can feel the loss of their owner being gone.

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“Dogs do not fully understand the full extent of absence due to the death of their owner, so they do not mourn death in a sense… instead, they suffer from the sense of loss and emotional despair that dogs also leaves it,” said Mr. Smith said.

“These feelings can lend themselves to common and often devastating symptoms, such as crying, pacing, howling, loss of appetite, fidgeting, sleep disturbances, anxiety, and lethargy.”

According to the expert, as a result of the Queen’s death, Muick and Sandy may exhibit signs of anxiety and depression.

“Corgis will not fully understand the extent of the Queen’s death, but they are very intuitive and will sense the missing of someone who is no longer there,” he explained.

“Like humans, some dogs can be depressed.

“The loss of an owner can be a trigger for depression in dogs, and signs to watch for are usually a loss of appetite, being less active, and a change in sleeping patterns.”

If these signs and symptoms of bereavement escalate, they will need additional support to help them settle into their new home with Andrew.

Mr Smith recommends implementing a similar routine with the Queen as it gives them a sense of “at a time when everything around them is uncertain” and gives them extra attention and a sense of distraction from walking as much as possible. Is. , play or hug.

Additionally, good behavior such as howling or barking should not be reinforced as well as activities designed to serve the interests of the corgis.

She continued: “Due to her independent nature, it may take some time for her to adjust to her new life with Prince Andrew.

“This will be a very distressing time for the rooster, and they may become anxious and find it difficult to trust the people around them.

“However, although they can be a bit territorial in the household, they will eventually begin to feel comfortable with their new surroundings.”

While the expert said the cadavers may not have understood that the queen was in the coffin in front of them in the procession on Monday, they may have been able to detect her smell and therefore feel her presence due to her extremely good sense of smell. Huh.


Source: www.standard.co.uk

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