There are dog lovers, and then there are extreme dog lovers — like Ewa Kasyan. The marketing executive, who makes £45,000 a year, spends almost a third of it on her precious pets. She has four Mini Dachshunds and two Jack Russell Terriers that she says are her best friends.
Kasyan chauffeurs her pups in a dog limousine and buys them presents on holiday —when she recently went to Spain, she bought them individual beach towels.
“Nothing is too much for them. They are my babies,” she says.
They get regular massages, manicures, swimming lessons and even personal training sessions. On Sundays they are treated to a roast dinner or barbecue. Every week they spend an hour at a local hydrotherapy pool to learn how to swim.
In terms of clothes, each animal has at least 10 outfits, many of which have been tailor-made. In fact, Kasyan spent £60 on just one of the evening dresses.
“I like them to have outfits on if they go out. They quite like it too because they stay nice and warm,” Ewa said.
A growing number of Brits are spending huge amounts of money on their pets. According to research carried out by Capital One, the average family spends £264 per year on pet presents.
Via Mirror UK