HGTV's A-List Pets at Home: Hollywood Celebs and Their Pets

Get to know the privileged pets of Hollywood's celebs, including Aubrey O'Day's pampered canines Ginger and Mary Ann, and Kevin Schmidt's miniature pig, Yuma.

Aubrey O'Day and Friends

Model and singer Aubrey O'Day's pampered pups, Ginger (left) and Mary Ann (right), live in a glamorous high-rise with their own bedroom and their own closets. Mary Ann, by the way, is a boy.

Pup Fashionista

Ginger preps for a night on the town, selecting accessories from her extensive wardrobe.

Which Way Is the Pig Park?

Host Ian Ziering visits with actor Kevin Schmidt and the two prepare to take two of Kevin's friends for a stroll around the neighborhood.


Yuma is a 30-pound Juliana micro-pig and friend to actor Kevin Schmidt, who has appeared on The Young and the Restless and Unnatural History. Yuma resides in Studio City, Calif., and shares her home with a tortoise named Oscar and two dogs, Jasper and Cissy. She has claimed the home's guest bedroom as her own.

Yuma in Training

Yuma works with a professional trainer twice a week. She's currently preparing for auditions and a possible on-screen career in television and commercials.


Fourteen-year-old Jasper has only partially warmed up to the notion of sharing the house with a micro-pig.

Jasper in Repose

Jasper has little interest in training or a career in television, and prefers a nap.

Ian, Sparky and Oscar

Actor and host of A-List Pets at Home Ian Ziering sits with his two companions, Sparky and Oscar. The two canines share this midcentury-modern home in the Hollywood Hills with Ian, his wife, Erin, and their daughter, Mia.

Ian, Sparky and Oscar

Sparky (on right, and getting drowsy) is a Golden Doodle — half golden retriever, half poodle.

Ian, Sparky and Oscar

Oscar, despite being the one with the more diminutive size, is the alpha dog in the household.

Ian, Sparky and Oscar

Sparky and Oscar know no bounds when it comes to the home's furniture. This overstuffed tiger-striped chair is one of their favorite places to hang out.

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