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Celebrities Who Treat Their Pets Like Royalty

/ May 15, 2014

It’s natural to want to spoil your dog with love and affection and perhaps an extra bag of the biscuit that they love, but is pampering them with a luxury bed – with a whopping price tag of $1359 USD – taking things a little too far?

When you’re enjoying the frills and thrills that come with being rich and famous, what’s a few thousand dollars spent on your beloved furry friend? Let’s take you through some of the most outrageous luxuries that celebrities have spent on their pets.

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton spent $325,000 USD on a dog mansion for her dogs, it is reported that this two storey mansion includes a bedroom, living room as well a closet for all their pretty outfits and complete with a chandelier, air conditioning and best of all…a pool side lounge. For many normal working people, $325,000 is a mortgage they spend a good chunk of their lives paying off, but for Paris Hilton, it’s just another dog house, nay, dog mansion is more apt.


 Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey spends roughly $38,000 USD annually on her dogs’ grooming and spa treatments; which includes blueberry facials and even fully body massages and body wraps.


 Leona Helmsley

Leona Helmsley was a New York real estate tycoon before she passed away in 2007 and left a $12 million trust fund for your beloved Maltese, Trouble. Leona’s will even specified that once Trouble passed away that he was to be buried next to her in a 12,000 square foot Helmsley family mausoleum.

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston can’t seem to bare a single moment without her dog Norman, bringing him along with her on the set of her movies along with his own personal masseuse and a chair right next to the directors of the film that she shoots. Jennifer also has strict dietary restrictions for Norman; he must be fed organic food that his human grade.

While we all love our pets dearly and try to spoil them (reasonably) whenever we can with extra treats and back rubs, it’s hard to fathom spending a small fortune on them so they can live the life of luxury that most of us can only dare to dream of living.