Pampered Pups From HGTV's Posh Pets

Meet Sabrini Soto's Dog

Meet Harper, Sabrina Soto's adorable labradoodle that a pet chauffeur picks up for a day at the spa for pampering and a doggy makeover.

Pet-Friendly Entryway Storage

Pet owners can make their walks much more efficient by outfitting their entry as a pet station. Here a shallow console table is used to keep framed photos of the family dog on display along with a crate to hold essentials neatly and within arm's reach.

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Cat Perch

Consider lofting your cat’s bed rather than taking up valuable floor space.

Cozy Pet Nook Beneath Stairs

These homeowners made the most of their space by fashioning the area beneath the stairs into a pet nook. The cozy dog cubby provides a space for their four-footed friend to sleep in style.

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Designs for Felines: Concrete Cat Condo by Standard Architecture Design

This concrete cat condo by Standard Architecture Design was another crowd (and kitty) favorite. It has a pop-up porch that doubles as a sunning surface.

Photo By: Grey Crawford

Name Cards and Paw Print Dog Bowl

Hosting a party just for your dog or cat can be fun if you plan ahead. Here are our tips to make your pet-friendly party a success.

Pet Party Doggy Bag With Homemade Treats

At the end of the pet party, let each pet's parent bag up some of their favorite homemade treats to enjoy throughout the holiday season.

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

Pet-Friendly Laundry Room With Pull-Out Dog Food Bowls

Stainless steel food bowls are tucked away under the sink and slide out for mealtimes. A dog bed, outfitted in blue and white houndstooth, provides a cozy nook for furry family members to relax and take a nap.

A Bulldog's Living Room

HGTV fan change-of-art used a neutral background to make this living room seem more open and comfortable. His best friend seems to approve of the design.

Midcentury Loft Living Room With Brick Wall

This accent wall is made of recycled bricks which add warmth to the apartment's living area. Open shelving in place of a media console gives an airy feel and creates a spot for the owner's turntable and record collection.

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.