Paris Hilton’s Dog House of Dreams
Paris Hilton can always be counted on to go to extremes.
The latest extravagance from the famous socialite and heiress is the Spanish style mansion she had built for her pooches. A luxury hotel situated right at home — to the tune of USD $350,000!!!
Design of a Doghouse
That’s what it costs for the wrought iron fencing that even protects pups from falling from the two-story balcony.
That’s what it costs for a pink and black designer inspired interior.
That’s what it costs for central air conditioning in the doggie mansion.
That’s what it costs for furniture designed by Phillippe Stark for the dogs to lounge upon.
That’s what it costs to house your dogs in a ridiculously extravagant style. Could she have cut economic corners? Probably. But that’s not Paris Hilton’s style. She doesn’t need to cut corners like most of us.
Bubblegum Pink and Crown Molding
The walls inside the dog mansion are bubble gum pink while the crown molding is black. Whoever heard of crown molding in a dog house? Because that is, essentially, what we are talking about: a dog house. A black chandelier hangs down from the second story ceiling as a centerpiece to the designer developed interior.
Bean bags and sofas and comfy cushions are carefully placed throughout the mansion so that any pooches pooch can just take a break from life by lying on something soft. But I wonder how many of those designer bean bags have had holes ripped in them since the pooches have taken up residence…
Paris Hilton’s Care
Paris Hilton may have built her dog mansion to impress her family, friends and — especially — the media. This is a woman who definitely knows how to work her media. That’s why she is every paparazzi’s wet dream. But she has one thing going for her if nothing else. Paris Hilton treats her dogs with great personal pride. She doesn’t lock her dogs in too small cages overnight or while she is gone at work and away from home for 11 hours. She gives them lots of creative input to amuse them. And I suppose she feeds them well. With that kind of money, you can purchase expensive doggie rations that please both the palate and the growling tummy.
So though she may be completely extravagant and over-the-top in everything she does, including building a USD $350,000 dog house, she shows the right stuff by treating her pooches so damned well.
And that’s a lot more good than can be said about a lot of people in this world.
Darren M. Jorgensen
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Darren M. Jorgensen has a fondness for all animals, though dogs especially, have a huge home in his heart. He enjoys quilting, making handcrafted soap and bodyworks and anything that produces practical products. Jorgensen lives with his own service dog who doubles as an Emotional Support Animal. He gets it.