5 Of The World's Swankiest And Most Expensive Dog Houses - World of Angus

5 Of The World's Swankiest And Most Expensive Dog Houses

People usually use the saying "you're in the dog house" negatively, but with dog houses like these, we're spinning that term on its head, because if you're in any of these lavish abodes, it's definitely a good thing! There are tons of ways to pamper your pups, but these 5 ultra swanky and super pricey dog houses top the list of the ultimate puppy splurge.

 

1. The Modern Mutt's Bow-wow-haus

 


Bauhaus architecture’s design approach is to develop the building around the users’ specific set of needs. In the case of this fancy dog house that means making it out of easy to clean, incredibly durable materials. Tons of windows, including a skylight and and entire front wall made of plexiglass, so the pups inside can keep a watchful guard over their territory. This modern home with clean lines is perfect for any spoiled pup. This is our most affordable doghouse on the list, clocking in at only $3,000.

2. Mi Casa, Canine Casa


Next up is this custom, $30,000 hacienda in, where else, but Los Angeles, CA. Complete with Terracotta flooring, red clay tiles on the roof, and a tiled puppy hang out spot in each turret that is built specifically to stay cool on hot Californian days.

 

3. Very Ostentatious Victorian Mutt Mansion



The three pups that live in this perfect miniature version of their owner’s human-sized Victorian Mansion are lucky indeed! Chelsea, Darla, and Coco Puff live in harmony with vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, central air to heat and cool them to the perfect temperature, and each pup has their own bed to snuggle into after a long hard day of playing in the front yard that is surrounded by a white picket fence.

 


Owner Tammy Kassis commissioned Alan Mower to create the $20,000 mini-replica of her home when one day an owl tried to swoop down and take one of her pups. The house is even big enough for her to go inside with the pups and make sure everything is perfect for them.


4. Extravagant Hilton For Hounds

 

Paris Hilton is famous for loving dogs. She has six furry babies that she adores: Tinkerbell, Marilyn Monroe, Prince Baby Bear, Harajuku, Dolce, and Prada.

Like the Victorian mansion, this dog house is also a replica of the owner’s home. Back in 2014 Paris told Life&Style magazine “It’s a miniature version of my house. I designed it with the help of my interior decorator, Faye Resnick. I wanted it to be fun, cute, comfortable and beautiful. My friends just love it and think it’s so adorable and cool.” She went on to elaborate on how much her dogs adore their puppy palace: "They love lying on the balcony, playing in their backyard and hanging out on their living room furniture. They appreciate the house that mommy built for them,” she continued. “The dogs love to dress up. My friends say they have a better wardrobe than most people.”

The mini mansion is two floors, 300sq. feet, with ornate molding on the ceiling, a closet for their wardrobe, a living room downstairs, a crystal chandelier and central air to keep them cool on hot LA days.

And it only cost her $325,000 which honestly, for the Hiltons, is next to nothing.

5. Deluxe State-of-the-Art Doggy Dream Home

 


The hands-down most expensive doghouse ever, was built for the luckiest pair of great Danes in Gloucestershire, England, this state of the art "kennel" is more plush and state-of-the-art than most human dwellings. It all starts, Mission Impawssible style, with a retina scanner that will only allow the two Danes themselves inside. Once they pass the test, inside they can slake their thirst at chilled, filtered water, and self-filling dry food bowls, an 18-inch doggy spa with saline water to keep coats healthy and shiny, temperature controlled, with elevated daybeds, and a 52-inch plasma TV playing The Dog Whisperer complete with $250,000 sound system. Outside there is a play area with climbing ramp, and a sheltered place to sleep complete with a CCTV so their owner can keep a watchful eye on them. Oh, and it costs a cool $417,000. 

Resources: 1. Extravaganzi 2. Barkpost 3. Jadeafrican


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