Queen Elizabeth II has loved dogs ever since she was young, but a new report claims that things went bad in 1991 when she was injured by her dogs. She was reportedly trying to break up a fight among 10 or more dogs when she got injured.

Many of the dogs that the Queen had at the time were descendents of her first dog Susan, which she got when she was 18-years-old. She has always loved corgis after seeing her father own one, and she finally got one when she was old enough.

According to a report by Express, the Queen was injured when she tried to break up a fight between eight of her dogs and two of the Queen Mother’s pets. She was reportedly bitten on the hand and the cut from the bite lead to three stitches.

The other person who was injured while trying to break up the dog fight was the Queen Mother’s chauffeur John Collins. The extent of his injury isn’t revealed, but he had to visit the hospital to get a tetanus shot.

The dog fight is said to have happened at the Windsor Castle grounds. Since the injury wasn’t too severe, the Queen was treated by a doctor at the Castle.

Talking about corgis, a vet pointed out that the dogs look relatively harmless. However, when they are in a pack they become quite dangerous, especially since they have really strong jaws.

Concerned about the way her dogs were behaving, the Queen reportedly sought the help of animal psychologist Roger Mumford back in 1988. He reportedly made several suggestions to improve the discipline of the pets.

Over the years, the Queen has managed to tame her pets and they appear to be better behaved. The monarch dotes on her pets so much that she was even spotted feeding her corgis from the dinner table, which is breaking royal protocol, Express reported.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Harry Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attend the Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace on May 29, 2019, in London, England. Yui Mok - WPA Pool/Getty Images