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There's no doubt your Labropugeranian is Best in Show. Let the world
know by outfitting him with the very best that money (lots of it!) can
Your Chihuahua will be right at home in a roomy, custom-designed Mexican hacienda, complete with paw-print wallpaper. And you won't mind joining him if you end up in the dog house; $20,000.
Cargo? Are you kidding? Truly discerning dogs fly first class — preferably in this chic Louis Vuitton pet carrier. Don't forget to have it monogrammed; $2,490.
High-end pet design is within reach with this contemporary day bed, available in 5 veneers. The fluffy insert ensures that Lola will be nice and cozy; $598.
Bath time is so much fun when she's soaking her tired paws in a tub covered in Swarovski crystals; $6,500.
Life as a svelte pup is always preferable — that is, if you want to roam in the right high-society dog run. This treadmill keeps your pet slim and trim after she's put her paws in the treat jar; $900.
Bella Bark & Meow
There's nothing glamorous about picking up poop — unless you have a sparkly poop bag holder, encrusted with 2,000 Swarovskis; $350.
Your bad-to-the-bone Bichon will be leader of the pack in a quilted lambskin aviator number; $400.
i Love Dogs Diamonds
Show all those rich bitches your dog is Queen Corgi when you bedeck her in this 52-carat diamond collar. It's worth every penny at a cool $3.2 million.
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