In California, one in three residents owns at least one dog. Among them, the rich do not shrink from the little follies that are supposed to please their dog: designer clothes, pink or rainbow dyes on the hair, refined food …
TF1 magazine, which aired on Sunday, May 22nd, went to interview some of them, including the young owner of a fluorescent pink (!) royal poodle who specially presented the American version of “Beijing Express”. with his dog. He says she got married while filming with another dog in Las Vegas, during a party led by an Elvis Presley lookalike. This tale, as well as the color of the dog, did not leave viewers indifferent, given the comments on social networks screaming against the abuse of animals.
Up to 3,500 EUR per month
Netizens were also able to spot Heather, the 30-year-old “mother” of three French Bulldogs named Ferrari, Porsche and Benz. Her whole life revolves around them: “It’s not that I don’t want to be a mother, but that I’m not ready to have children yet.” She made it a lucrative business by creating a dedicated Instagram account for her three buddies, followed by more than 35,000 subscribers, where they test out products like fur jackets, a baby stroller for riding or ‘poultry flavour’ toothpaste. Thanks to this daily spread on social networks, you earn up to 3,500 euros per month.
It suffices to be able to buy something other than “tacky” croquettes or expensive designer costumes, such as those imagined by dog fashion designer Anthony Rubio: “We dress for special occasions, so why not dress dogs? This New York house organizes fashion shows. To present his ready-to-wear collections, the price of these parts is between 300 and 9000 euros.
‘From seven to eight’, every Sunday from 6:20 pm at TF1.