With a wardrobe bursting full of outfits and a range of sports cars, it’s not surprising Princess Cleopatra Superchill has been named one of Britain’s most spoiled dogs.
The pooch also feasts on steak for dinner and has a £1,500 pram, with her doting owner Anthony Welsh, 57, having spent a whopping £40,000 on her.
The lucky Staffordshire Bull Terrier has just celebrated her seventh birthday, seeing Anthony, from Liverpool, splash out another £1,000, on his beloved pet.
Cleopatra was treated to the finest tennis balls, a posh feeding station and her very own custom-made mountain bike in honour of her special day.
She was then thrown her own beach party at the Marino Lounge dog-friendly cafe at New Brighton, on the Merseyside coast, along with her bulldog boyfriend, Frank, and Frank’s owner, Toni Green.
They enjoyed doggy birthday cake, doggy steak and partied with balloons and presents – which she opened herself by ripping off the wrapping paper with her mouth.
The staffy has 65 outfits and 175 pairs of sunglasses, as well as the luxury pram so she doesn’t get her paws dirty when out and about.
With no partner or children, adorable black, white and brindle Cleo gets all of Anthony’s attention – and he describes her as his “daughter”.
He said: “Cleo is just amazing, she really is one in a million.
“People may think I spoil her but she’s like a daughter to me and if I have the means why not give her everything.”
Superfit personal trainer Anthony lives a clean and healthy life and spends time and money so Cleo can have the same lifestyle.
She is exercised daily both on foot and on her own mountain bike, which is specially adapted so she can ride along.
Anthony buys only the best dog food for his pooch at around £40 a bag and Cleo has three kids’ sports cars – a 4×4, a convertible white sports car and a racing car, all at £500 each.
The preened pooch – who even goes for regular manicures – rides around in her vehicles in her countless outfits for every occasion and a number of tiaras.
Cleo, who Anthony describes as his “world”, is given a daily massage and has songs sang to her when it is time to go to bed.
Anthony added: “She makes me smile every single day. I feel love from Cleo every single day of the week. “She’s unbelievable. She’s a legend.”
Anthony’s obsession began when he rescued Cleo from being locked in a cage when she was just a year old.
Speaking about Cleo’s tough start in life, Anthony said: “We rescued her along with her mother when she was just a pup.
“She was so quiet and completely different to the larger than life character she is now.
“She was actually diagnosed with depression so I was on a mission to make her happy.
“In six months I noticed a huge difference in her temperament and we’ve gone from strength to strength.”
She now is a superstar in her own right and competes in dog shows around the country.
The precious pup has won a staggering 89 rosettes at dog shows, gaining accolades for showing best tricks, waggiest tail, shiniest coat and best dressed – in fancy dress.