You can now buy your dog a luxury home with in-house treat dispensers

Just one of the luxurious doggy houses
Your dog would be very happy to stay in this (Picture: Caters News)

A company has launched a new range of luxury dog kennels that cost up to £170,000.

The kennels – which are actually dog houses – have been released by Hecate Verona, and feature heating, air conditioning, treat dispensers and a conference calling system so the dog and its owner can communicate with eachother.

The plush dog houses also have indoor and outdoor lighting, a food and water feeding system, sound systems and televisions.

Yep, your dog can now live the life of total luxury.

Another of the stunning dog houses
Isn’t it stunning? (Picture: Caters News)

The dog houses start at £30,000, with fully equipped high end models costing £150,000.

Each house is designed by luxury yacht craftsmen and are made with natural but lavish materials including oak and marble and have elegant features such as pillars, engravings and classical style columns.

The living space has been divided into separate bedroom and living room areas with the latter giving panoramic views of the surroundings – thanks to the windows which are lowered accordingly depending on the height of the dog.

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The London-based company has spent three years developing the lavish homes, with each one taking up to three months to build.

These houses are amazing
We’d move in here, to be honest (Picture: Caters News)

Creative director Alice Williams said: ‘Our objective was to create a majestic and royal looking dog manor which seeks to complement the garden and the surrounding in which it stands.

‘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.

‘This leads to the dog enjoying the outdoors even more and staying more active and that is highly recommended by veterinarians.’

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