Pet Luxury: How Far Would You Go To Pamper Your Pet?

If you love spoiling your pets, you’re certainly not the only one. Demand for luxury items and services continues to increase as unabashed animal lovers search for more ways to spoil their deserving companions.

Dogs and cats are widely accepted as family members among loving pet owners, and many people even consider them to be their children. With that being said, it’s no surprise that some pawrents treat their “fur babies” like kids, too!

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An example of the lengths that pet parents will go lies in the success of  places like the D Pet Hotels, a chain of boarding facilities (if that’s what you want to call them) that offer over-the-top luxury to canine clients.

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From chauffeured transportation to flat screen TV’s to a doggy gym, your pup can stay in style while you’re on vacation or away for business.

Watch a clip on this luxury pet hotel below:

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Don’t worry cat lovers, hotels like the Morris Animal Inn cater to kitties, too!

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Now it’s time for you to weight in: would you spend $200 per night – as much as a hotel room for humans – to make sure your pet got pampered while you were away? Or do you opt for pet-friendly trips and bring them along, as you’d never dream of leaving your children behind?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!