Pampered Pups From HGTV's Posh Pets

Meet Sabrini Soto's Dog

A chauffeur takes Sabrina's dog, Harper, to the spa for a day of pampering.

Rock City Chicken Coop

The owners of this tin roof chicken coop wanted to create a home for their chickens and guest houses for visiting bluebirds: "We read that bluebirds like to have 15 to 20 feet of open space in front of their nesting houses. When we built the coop, we left the posts tall on the back side. My parents brought me the 'See Rock City' house, which I was thrilled to have because it's a great nod to my happy Southern childhood spent hiking and camping with my family. The Rock City birdhouse lets guests know we want them to be relaxed and happy in our garden." The owners said landscaping was a key factor in the positioning of the coop. "We thought about the placement for several weeks. It made sense to be on the far side of the garden because it's tall and creates a separation between our yard and the street that runs behind our next-door neighbors' yard. It works as a privacy screen and looks like a charming shed or rustic playhouse. The screens across the front of the structure came from my grandparents' house when it was torn down. The major drawback to our design is the lack of a human door, which makes spring cleaning the coop no easy task."

Bright & Airy Reading Nook

In the corner of the room, a large rattan chair with a deep purple cushion provides the perfect reading nook. Sliding glass doors bring in ample natural light.

Kitchen Island With Built-In Dog Bowls

Dogs can dine in style with built-in dog bowls at the base of a kitchen island designed by Artisan Kitchens Inc. in Osterville, Mass. Drawers with dog bone cutouts conceal pet food and treats.

11 Ways to Get Your Mudroom Holiday Ready - Fur Baby Jingle Bells

Our pets like to spread holiday cheer too! Add a cute little bow and a few jingle bells to a leash and leave it out for all to see. It’ll be a big hit when you go on those afternoon walks with your four-legged bestie.

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn, FlynnsideOut

Custom Dog Food Container Cover

Turn a boring trash can into a stylish pet food container.

Photo By: Debbie Wolfe

Storage Cube Holds Pet Supplies

Free up garage space for your car and create a catchall closet in the house. Use any hall closet, empty pantry or old computer armoire to mount wall shelves and hang hooks. Store pet food and accessories, cleaning supplies and a large container to “catch all.” Then, shut the door on clutter.

Photo By: Lowe’s

Dreamy Eat-In Kitchen With Dark Granite Island

A honed granite countertop provides functional seating at the kitchen island in this narrow kitchen. Painted faux-antiqued cabinetry brings a bit of rusticity to the overall refined and spacious feel. Repurposed bricks create a façade on the accent wall while over-scaled subway tile with dark grout is used above Calcutta marble countertops. Vintage industrial lights hang over the island adding drama and whimsy.

From: Kress Jack

Dog Leash Holder Cover Vert

Photo By: Debbie Wolfe

Casual Home Office With Natural Light

A few simple furnishings, each with great character, pull this home office together while allowing the space to be quickly rearranged for entertaining.

Custom Dog Food Container Supplies

Photo By: Debbie Wolfe

About the Show

Multimillion-dollar private jets, luxurious spa treatments and exorbitant shopping sprees: How far would you go for your pet? Posh Pets: Lifestyles of the Rich and Furry celebrates the outrageous ways some people pamper their furry family members. Host Beth Stern introduces viewers to the lovable pets of her fellow HGTV stars along with America's most pampered pets. Whether it's touring a sprawling Southern California resort designed just for dogs, boarding a jet for pets, attending a debutant ball for a rescued Chihuahua or checking into the suites of the swankiest pet-friendly hotels, Posh Pets proves that adoring owners will do anything to spoil their beloved animals. You're invited behind the scenes of a fancy glam-cat photo shoot, into a spa that specializes in doga (that's "dog yoga") and out on a sunset dinner date for pet owners looking for romance. We'll see HGTV's Antonio Ballatore immortalized with his bulldog, Chewie, by a celebrity pet photographer and Sabrina Soto with her labradoodle, Harper. Plus, DIY Network host Anitra Mecadon shows viewers how to build their own luxury doghouse without breaking the bank.