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Priscilla Presley's Pets

Does Priscilla Presley Have Any Pets?

Boz and Ridley (Dog)

Priscilla Presley and the family have always been advocates for rescuing animals and supporting lost pets around the world. She often raises money through organizations as well as her social in support of lost and pets in need of rescue. Priscilla also has two dogs of her own named Boz and Ridley.

Duke (Horse)

Adopted Mar 2018
Rescued

Priscilla Presley has many rescued horses on her farm at Graceland. One of them named Duke who was adopted in March 2018.

Candy (Horse)

Adopted 1990

Priscilla Presley adopted a horse named Candy around 1990. She lived in Graceland for 27 years until she passed away in September 2017.

Brutus and Snoopy (Dog)

Breed: Great Dane

Elvis had two Great Danes named Brutus and Snoopy. These two big dogs were gifts from his wife Pricilla. Snoopy was known as their daughter Lisa-Marie’s favourite pet dog. And Brutus is known for appearing in the Elvis film Live a LIttle, Love a Little (1968). Brutus is pictured here.

Baba (Dog)

Breed: Border Collie

Elvis’ border collie named Baba appeared with him in the film Paradise, Hawaiian Style (1966).

Priscilla Presley's pet Bambi

Bambi (Monkey)

Breed: Squirrel Monkey

Bambi was Elvis’ pet squirrel monkey, who he got as a gift from the Lewis family for Christmas in 1966. This family were superfans of Elvis, and often hung around outside the gates of Graceland. This seemed to not give off any stalker vibes as he invited the family out to the cinema several times. Elvis and his wife Priscilla loved the pet squirrel monkey and eventually hired Mr. Lewis as a gate guard.

Priscilla Presley

Priscilla Presley Pets

Birthday

May 24, 1945 (78)

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Priscilla Presley is an American actress and businesswoman. She is best known as the former wife of legendary musician Elvis Presley, and as the former co-owner of Graceland, the former home of Elvis Presley. Priscilla has had a successful career in entertainment and has also been involved in various philanthropic endeavors. She continues to be a prominent figure in popular culture and is remembered for her iconic status as the “Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll.”

Elvis’ Graceland was a family farm, horse stable, and exotic animal zoo

Elvis loved all animals and similar to the 2nd best-selling solo performer Michael Jackson and his Neverland Ranch, Elvis’ Graceland Ranch was home to many exotic animals. Graceland with its 14 acres of land also served as a farm for the Presley family.