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How Kylie Jenner hired a DOG NANNY, Barbra Streisand CLONED her beloved pet and Paris Hilton built a dream home for her pack

By Deirdre Durkan-simonds For Dailymail.com
While it is no surprise celebrities treat themselves and their families to luxurious vacations and designer clothing, stars like Kylie Jenner and Paris Hilton have provided their pets a lifestyle only most humans can dream of.
Even before becoming household names, many of these superstars, treated their pets as if they were their own children as they leaned on them for emotional support on their rise to fame.
From traveling on private flights to living in their own mini mansions, these A-list stars’ beloved four-legged companions get everything from doggy spa treatments to an inheritance ensuring that their needs are adequately cared for in the event of their famous owner’s death.
Jenner, 26, has even hired a ‘dog nanny’ to look after her seven spoiled pooches, while Barbra Streisand‘s dogs, Miss Violet and Miss Scarlett, are actually clones of her late dog Sammie and Paris Hilton’s dogs reside in a replica of her Beverly Hills mansion.
Now, DailyMail.com delves into the luxury lifestyles of Hollywood’s most pampered pooches…
The youngest Kardashian-Jenner sibling, 26, hired a ‘dog nanny’ to look after her seven spoiled pooches
Hilton reportedly dropped $325,000 on a 300-square-foot dog house (with its own balcony) for her pooches
Barbra Streisand cloned her late dog Sammie; seen in 2003
Kylie Jenner
The cosmetics mogul recently revealed during a chat with Jennifer Lawrence for Interview Magazine that she hired a canine wrangler to take care of her large brood of animals.
When asked who has been her ‘best hire’ over the years, Jenner replied: ‘Probably my dog ​​nanny, since I have seven dogs.’
After the surprised actress asked her why she had so many dogs, Kylie explained ‘they kept multiplying.’
‘One of them had children, and I had to keep the family together,’ she said.
She was referring to a 2016 incident in which her Italian Greyhounds Norman and Bambi bred each other and gave birth to two puppies.
Kylie has three other dogs for a total of seven as well as some barn animals.
The cosmetics icon previously shared on Instagram that she owned four chickens, and she also has a rabbit named Bruce, bringing her pet total to 12.
Kylie Jenner recently revealed during a chat with Jennifer Lawrence for Interview Magazine that she hired a canine wrangler to take care of her large brood of animals
Barbra Streisand
Six years ago, the legendary singer revealed her dogs, Miss Violet and Miss Scarlett, were made from cells that were extracted from her late Coton de Tulear, Samantha, who passed away at the age of 14 in 2017.
‘I was so devastated by the loss of my dear Samantha, after 14 years together, that I just wanted to keep her with me in some way,’ Streisand explained to Variety on her choice to clone her beloved pooch.
She continued: ‘It was easier to let Sammie go if I knew I could keep some part of her alive, something that came from her DNA.’
Streisand says Samantha’s passing felt ‘like losing a child.’
‘She was always with me,’ she told Associated Press. ‘The last 14 years she went everywhere I went. She was at every performance… It was kind of awful.’
The Oscar-winner went on to reveal that cells were taken from Samantha’s stomach and cheek, and sent to ViaGen Pets in Texas.
Cloning an animal can cost anywhere from $50,000 to $100,000.
Six years ago, the legendary singer revealed her dogs, Miss Violet and Miss Scarlett, were made from cells that were extracted from her late Coton de Tulear, Samantha, who passed away at the age of 14 in 2017 (pictured in 1966)
Paris Hilton
Back in 2009, the hotel heiress has constructed a miniature version of her own Beverly Hills mansion for her 13 dogs to live in.
Inside the kennel is a spiral staircase, a wardrobe for the designer dog coats, a chandelier, and ‘Chewy Vuitton’ beds.
Should the dogs start feeling the California heat, the house is also air conditioned.
‘I love and treat my puppies as if they were my own children,’ she tweeted, at the time. ‘I have to admit, I may have spoiled them a little too much. But how can I not? Just look at those sweet lil’ faces, they deserve to be treated like my lil’ prince and princesses 🙂 I love my babies.’
Back in 2009, the hotel heiress has constructed a miniature version of her own Beverly Hills mansion for her 13 dogs to live in
‘I love and treat my puppies as if they were my own children,’ she tweeted, at the time. ‘I have to admit, I may have spoiled them a little too much. But how can I not? Just look at those sweet lil’ faces, they deserve to be treated like my lil’ prince and princesses 🙂 I love my babies’
Carrie Fisher
Star Wars legend Carrie Fisher regularly brought her beloved French bulldog, Gary, to some of Hollywood’s most exclusive events from movies premiere and red carpets to the 2016 White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
From afternoon tea at The Ritz in London to being her plus one, Gary was by her side until the very end when the actress went into cardiac arrest aboard a flight from London to Los Angeles.
He never left her side in the hospital, where she remained for four days, until her death at the age of 60.
Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd, initially took in Gary, after her mom’s death, before he permanently moved in with Carrie’s longtime assistant, Corby McCoin, who regularly cared for the pooch when the actress was alive.
While Fisher was alive, he served as her service animal and would ‘calm her down.’
Gary, who has his more than 156,000 Instagram followers, has since retired to Florida.
Star Wars legend Carrie Fisher regularly brought her beloved French bulldog, Gary, to some of Hollywood’s most exclusive events from movies premiere and red carpets to the 2016 White House Correspondents’ Dinner; seen in 2015
From afternoon tea at The Ritz in London to being her plus one, Gary was by her side until the very end when the actress went into cardiac arrest aboard a flight from London to Los Angeles; pictured in 2016
Jennifer Aniston
The Friends star’s beloved Welsh Corgi-terrier, Norman, reportedly had a ‘doggy masseuse’ on set of one of her movies, according to HuffPost.
According to crew members on her 2010 film, The Switch, an insider claimed Aniston needed him to be ‘around all the time’ and wouldn’t ‘stand for him being chained up.’
‘So the dog has his own chair near the director, and Jennifer also has a doggy masseuse tends to Norman every day,’ the source alleged. ‘She even insists that Norman eats with the crew and that he’s fed organic, human-grade food.’
Following Norman’s passing in 2015, the actress got her name tattooed on her right foot.
That same year, when she wed her now-ex-husband Justin Theroux, she treated her white shepherd mix Dolly and pit bull mix Sophie to luxury treatments from traveling groomers, including ‘aromatherapy sessions, nail manicures, massages and haircuts.’
Jennifer Aniston’s beloved Welsh Corgi-terrier, Norman, reportedly had a ‘doggy masseuse’ on set of one of her movies, according to HuffPost
Lisa Vanderpump
The former Real Housewife of Beverly Hills star’s beloved dog, Giggy, had his own agent after signing with Creative Artists Agency, in 2011.
In addition to residing in the extravagant mansion, named Villa Rose, the pooch lived a glamorous life, which included regularly meeting celebrities like Lady Gaga and having dinner with Jennifer Lawrence.
Her beloved pup passed away in December 2020, at around 10-years-old.
The former Real Housewife of Beverly Hills star’s beloved dog, Giggy, had his own agent after signing with Creative Artists Agency, in 2011
In addition to residing in the extravagant mansion, named Villa Rose, the pooch lived a glamorous life, which included regularly meeting celebrities like Lady Gaga and having dinner with Jennifer Lawrence (seen in 2013)
Oprah Winfrey
In 2007, it was first reported that the media mogul created a trust fund for her pups.
An insider told the Australian magazine Woman’s Day: ‘(Oprah) has set up a trust fund to care for her ‘babies’ when she dies.’
They sourced continued: ‘Oprah has a menagerie of animals and she wants them to be pampered for the rest of their lives if they were to die first…so she rewrote her will to include millions for their care. Oprah’s a billionaire, so $30 million is not a lot of money if you look at her entire net worth.’
In 2007, it was first reported that the media mogul created a trust fund for her pups
Britney Spears
In addition to buying her dogs designer clothing, the pop star reportedly spends a small fortune on grooming her pets each year.
In 2016, TMZ reported that she spent ‘$29,852’ on her dogs in 12 months.
This includes pet care, grooming, vet bills and other various expenses that come with supporting her beloved animals.
In addition to buying her dogs designer clothing, the pop star reportedly spends a small fortune on grooming her pets each year
Queen Elizabeth II
In 2013, royal biographer Brian Hoey claimed that the Queen’s beloved corgis eat a luxury diet of fillet steak and chicken breast cooked by a chef at 5 pm sharp every day at Buckingham Palace.
The dogs never eat tinned food and have even been given homeopathic remedies when they are ill, he revealed in his book Pets by Royal Appointment.
The Queen’s love of corgis was said to have been sparked on her eighteenth birthday, when she was given a Pembroke corgi named Susan from whom numerous successive dogs were bred.
In 2013, royal biographer Brian Hoey claimed that the Queen’s beloved corgis eat a luxury diet of fillet steak and chicken breast cooked by a chef at 5 pm sharp every day at Buckingham Palace (seen in 1977)
Mariah Carey
The mother-of-two reportedly splashed out ‘$25,000 to send her dogs on a luxury doggy-vacation in Bristol, England, complete with a $175,000 private jet to take them there,’ according to InTouch, back in 2014.
Her eight dogs reportedly stayed at the world’s most expensive dog hotel.
During their stay, the pups slept in their own beds and waited on hand-and paw during their stay.
The hotel, just outside Bristol, in Long Ashton, features a 400-year old Grade II Listed cottage and walled gardens.
The mother-of-two reportedly splashed out ‘$25,000 to send her dogs on a luxury doggy-vacation in Bristol, England, complete with a $175,000 private jet to take them there,’ according to InTouch, back in 2014
Gisele Bundchen
The supermodel was inseparable from her beloved Yorkshire Terrier, Vida.
Before his death, the mother-of-two took her pooch around the world, from private pets and walks to bicycle rides.
Little Vida was even spotted backstage on photo shoots and runway shows.
In 2012, upon announcing her dog’s passing, the ex-wife of Tom Brady described Vida as her ‘best friend.’
‘Let’s never take for granted the unconditional love that our animals show us every single day,’ she told her Facebook followers.

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