A new book claims the Queen's beloved corgis are fed a luxury diet of fillet steak and chicken breast cooked by a chef. The carefully prepared meals are then delivered by a footman and covered with gravy which is poured by the monarch herself. In his book Pets by Royal Appointment, biographer Brian Hoey claims that the dogs eat at 5 PM sharp every day at Buckingham Palace. They do not eat until the Queen herself has given the royal command for them to begin their meals. The dogs never eat canned food and have even been given homeopathic remedies when they are ill.
... The Queen owns two corgis, Willow and Holly, and two dorgis, Candy and Vulcan, which travel with her to her various residences. The most recent death in the Queen's menagerie is that of 13-year-old Monty, who starred with Her Majesty in the James Bond sketch for the Olympics opening ceremony.
... When at Buckingham Palace, the dogs sleep in raised wicker baskets in a special room near the royal apartments, where they wander freely.