Do You Love Your Dog that Much to Buy a Luxurious $200,000 Dog Manor?
Pet lovers will love this luxurious $200,000 dog manor and we want one too!
Dogs are the best kind of pets and they deserve the best we can offer them. And when it comes to a good roof over their heads, Hecate Verona has a fancy solution for you.
This UK company is ready to offer you a line of luxury dog homes with the most expensive models costing up to $200,000.
Hecate Verona makes dog manors complete with hardwood floors made from beech, oak and larch.
The walls of the little house as well as the columns and balconies made from marble and dolomite, are making the little house looking so fancy.
The tiny home also features indoor and outdoor lighting, automated food and water systems, as well as treats dispensers.
Plus, if your dog gets bored there is a TV and sound system to keep him/her occupied.
What do you think so far?
These are just some of the things featured on the dog manor. Maybe now you understand why are so expensive.
The prices for these homes start at around $40,000 and go as high as $200,000 for the luxurious models.
According to Alice Williams, the creative director of Hecate Verona, the luxury home’s development started three years ago and has already sparked a lot of questions.
“Our objective became creating a majestic and royal looking dog manor which seeks to complement the garden and its surrounding in which it stands,” Willimas added.
Judging by the final product, we say that they have reached their objective.
“Our customers and their dogs typically live indoors so we see our dog manor as an extra that gives a pet more comfort – it is dog’s own house that has all the comforts of an indoor living room, making the whole experience of staying outdoors more fun and enjoyable,” Alice Willimas said.
“This leads to the dog enjoying the outdoors even more and staying more active and that is highly recommended by veterinarians.”
During the development stage, the company worked with different breeds as well as consulting experienced veterinarians.
Are you ready to spend $200,000 for a luxurious version of the dog manor?