Meet the designer dog with a wardrobe worth more than £56,000 and a miniature Lamborghini to scoot around in.
Seven-year-old Coco is spoilt for choice daily on what to wear, with Louis Vuitton and Gucci hanging in her closet, and 14 different beds to pick from every night.
The peek-a-poo (Pekingese/ poodle cross) has over 100 tutus to style and receives £400 worth of treats, toys and clothes every month.
This lucky pup doesn’t just dress to impress – she eats in style too, out of Tiffany and Co dog bowls costing £163 each.
Owner Alina Michaels, 32, from Sydney, Australia, makes Coco’s birthday the biggest event of the year and spends more than £4,000 on an extravagant theme.
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Alina said: “Coco is my fur baby; she deserves the world. I’ve spent thousands at this point, but I just love dressing her in clothing items that I love.
“She’s got dresses, jumpers, harnesses, necklaces, and flower crowns. She has about 500 or more items altogether in her wardrobe.
“She’s got a Tiffany and Co collar worth £312, as well as a Versace bath robe worth £140, and a Gucci bow tie which cost £112.
“As she’s a bit of an Instagram star, she’s well known for her ‘Tutu Tuesday’ posts, she has about 100 or so of those in a range of colors like pink, blue, purple and oranges.
“She looks fabulous in bright colours, but I love dressing her in pink things.”
Coco’s wardrobe also boasts a Versace bow tie worth £112, a Louis Vuitton collar and lead set which cost £570 and a Burberry jumper worth £140.
Alongside her four wardrobes, which are worth more than double that of her owner’s, Coco also has several toys, a variety of brand sponsors and a pink Lamborghini to pose in.
Alina said: “I love matching with Coco myself sometimes too, so I will buy scraps of kaftan to make outfits for her that match my own.
“I collect Camilla kaftans (Australian designer) and I have had custom made dresses in the same fabric as my kaftans made so that we can match at events.”
Her themed birthday parties are the go-to-event of the year, with several Instagram famous pooches in attendance.
“Coco’s parties take a lot of planning; I try and start saving from the year before with a theme in mind,” Alina said.
“For her 7th birthday this year I did a ballerina/pink girly theme.
“We had a professional ballerina dancing in a giant ball, a balloon twister who came and made poodle balloons for all of the dogs and humans in attendance and a photo booth.
“I had personalized coconut water and a grazing table for the humans, as well as plenty of treats and dessert platters for the dogs.
“All of the humans and dogs came dressed in tutus or dresses to stick with the theme, and they all went home with free goodie bags worth £170, with treats, protein powders, vouchers, and toys, from a company that sponsors Coco. “
Coco’s themed parties also include a mermaid themed event and a carnival party.
Alina added: “Everyone loves dressing up for Coco’s parties, so the mermaid one was a particular favourite.
“Some of the dogs and their humans have fake tails on, with others wearing accessories like shells and blue tutus.”
Family and friends are often shocked by how much Alina spends on Coco, but despite their concerns, Coco is very much the spoiled single child of Alina and her husband Sarmen, 39.
Alina said: “Family and friends definitely think I’m a little crazy.
“Although I go overboard with my dog, from her parts to her wardrobe, I feel as though I spend no more than a parent would.
“I’d love to have kids down the road, but right now I’ve got a bossy little fur baby that’s got me wrapped around her paw.
“In my next lifetime, I’d love to come back as Coco, she lives the good life.”
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