Brian Hoey wrote in his book “Not In Front Of The Corgis,” “Nobody is allowed to raise a finger or a voice to any of the dogs. They cock their legs and do what Corgis do wherever they want – on antique furniture, priceless carpets. “It is for this reason that royal staffers have blotting paper on hand in case of accidents.
All Queens’ Corgis beginning with Susan have been buried at the Sandringham estate in Norwalk. The graveyard was first used by Queen Victoria after the death of her Collie Noble in 1887.
Elizabeth commissioned gravestones for each of her deceased puppies; Susan's reads, “For almost 15 years faithful companion to the Queen.”