Let’s face it, we love our dogs and love to spoil them rotten with treats and toys but some of us can take it too far. You know who you are, don’t you?! Well, in this blog, we will be looking at 5 examples of extravagant gifts to really spoil your pooch this Christmas.
Is there not enough space for your dog to snuggle up next to you on your sofa and do you feel sorry that they’re lying on the floor? Why not buy them their own sofa?
This luxurious black & maroon art deco sofa for your dog is visually stunning with a gorgeous contemporary design and supportive memory foam mattress. It comes at the modest price tag of £1,604.
Maybe getting put in the dog house isn’t such a bad thing with this luxurious red brick dog house with all the amenities as a regular home. This includes running water, air conditioning and heating. These are custom build dog houses where the blueprints and designs can be altered to accommodate your dog’s breed and needs. In addition to the architectural preference, landscaping is considered to compliment the house and grounds.
This costs $25,000.
This Rawicz Pet Palace is a unique, one of a kind luxury dog house which is utterly stunning. The Rawicz family have been crafting these unique pet palaces and branding their family coat of arms on each house, a coat of arms dating back to 1003 AD. Made with semi precious stones, over 3,000 Swarovski crystals, solid Australian lace woodand veneers, this house also has a special order lavish pillow with organic aromatherapy lavender insert.
This indoor pet palace comes with a $25,000 price tag though it does not have running water or heating. It does have a jeweled Zardozi carpet, I guess that’s something.
What better way is there to show your dog they’re the love of their life than giving them a dog collar with a 1.53 carat marquise cut diamond hanging from it.
This diamond dog pet collar with a massive stone is a handcrafted piece and comes with the hefty price tag of $150,000.
There is a pet tiara that is valued at $4.2 million. Yep.
$4.2 million may be a little out of our price range, but that doesn’t mean we still can’t spoil our pooches this Christmas!