England’s Poshest Rescue Pup’s Luxe Life Includes Boat and Race Ca

The saying, “It’s a dog’s life,” may be a coveted one these days, as a pampered pup in England has a luxurious lifestyle many could only dream of!


In England, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Princes Cleopatra Superchill lives the life, riding around in a doggie stroller that cost nearly $2k and celebrating her seventh birthday with over $1300 in birthday gifts just for her. Her human, Anthony Welsh, says that she’s his ‘daughter,’ and he has no issue whatsoever buying her lavish outfits (her wardrobe includes over 175 pairs of doggie sunglasses!) and luxuries.

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Princess Cleo is the furry owner of three cars and a boat, and Welsh says that after he rescued her from a cage when she was a year-old, he wanted to give her the best of everything.


Some of Cleo’s luxuries include a custom-made mountain bike that was made especially for her birthday, as well as the finest feeding station money can buy. She celebrated her most recent birthday on the beach at the Marino-Lounge dog-friendly cafe on the Merseyside Coast in England. The diva’s bulldog boyfriend Frank attended and together, the posh pups had doggie birthday steaks, cake and presents–which Cleo delighted in opening.

Welsh says that people think he spoils Cleo, but he says that she is the world to him and he sees no reason for not showering her with all he has.


Welsh is a personal trainer and together he and Cleo eat clean and exercise, often using her specially adapted mountain bike. Sometimes she’ll go for a ‘drive’ in one of her three cars, and she gets manicures and tiaras for every occasion.


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Welsh says her life now is so much different than when he rescued Cleo and her mother. She was originally diagnosed with depression and he said it’s his mission to keep her happy in life.

And he’s clearly done that! She’s competed in dog shows all over England and has already won an incredible 89 ribbons at the shows–for tricks, shiniest coat, waggiest tail and best dressed.


And we’re not a bit surprised!

Lori Ennis
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