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Queen Elizabeth's dog killed by daughter's terrier
( 2003-12-24 16:00) (Agencies)

Britain's Queen Elizabeth is mourning the death of one of her beloved corgi dogs after it was savaged by her daughter's bull terrier, newspapers reported on Wednesday.

Princess Anne's bull terrier Dottie, which last year earned her a fine by biting two children, attacked the corgi at a royal family gathering at the Sandringham estate in eastern England on Monday, the top-selling Sun tabloid said.

The Daily Mail said the corgi, Pharos, was later put down, having suffered three fractures to one of its hind legs.

Pharos was one of the queen's oldest and most devoted pets. Anne was fined 500 pounds ($882) in November last year after Dottie attacked two children, aged seven and 12, in Windsor Great Park near London.

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