World’s richest dog rents $20,000 per night Villa
Dogs don’t have to die to go to heaven. The world’s richest dog Gunther IV is living the glorious life while vacationing at the luxurious Ocean Club.
Gunther, who has an estimated net worth of $400 million, is staying in a $20,000 per night villa.
While there, the pampered pooch is being waited on paw and tail by his personal butler and maid.
Gunther, a German Shepherd, is feasting on caviar and the finest steaks and enjoying yacht tours and chauffeured limousines.
Like most rich people, the world’s wealthiest dog, inherited his fortune.
When Countess Karlotta Liebenstein of Germany died in 1991, she left an $80 million fortune to her dog Gunther III.
Trustees of the estate have more than quadrupled the fortune through multiple investments that have been passed on to Gunther IV.
The high-flying dog lives in Madonna’s former Miami Beach mansion and owns other high end properties around the world.
Of course, Gunther’s human handlers are also living the good life.