Why have one tail wagging in your house when you can have multiple?
For some Hollywood stars, life wouldn't be complete without a few furry friends. And lucky for these four-legged animals, they have the chance to enjoy the finer things in life thanks to their successful owners.
When it comes to Oprah Winfrey and Stedman Graham's five dogs, these pets can enjoy private rides on airplanes and cozy naps on the former talk-show host's glorious bed. And all of this is after the daytime queen herself takes them out for long, glorious walks in their holiday sweaters. Yes, this is our favorite thing too.
In between filming The Voice with her fellow coaches, Miley Cyrus is taking care of her seven dogs. And if they are traveling with mom, these animals can often be found in adorable costumes or in the "Party in the U.S.A." singer's latest selfie.
We also can't forget to mention Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder's passion for animals. When not supporting worthy causes, the couple is taking good care of their flock of pets that includes multiple dogs, cats and horses.
"They are such a dynamic group of little creatures and I'm just ecstatic to be able to be a part of it all and have those babies," Ian shared with Los Angeles Confidential.
And while Lisa Vanderpump's dogs know that life isn't all diamonds and rosé, they do know a few of the finer things in life. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and her seven stylish dogs enjoy the famous 90210 zip code where they can often times be found enjoying mom's pet line.
The love shown by these famous pet owners may not come as a total surprise to fans. After all, once you welcome a pet into your home, they tend to become family.
And while it's more than understandable to show love through treats, long walks and luxurious items, it all stems from an owner's love.
"Every animal has a special place in my heart," Miranda Lambert once shared with Modern Dog magazine. "Especially my dogs—some of them go everywhere with me. They are like my kids, with their own unique personalities."
She added, "They don't know ‘Miranda Lambert,' they know ‘mom.' As soon as I get off stage they are waiting to greet me. They love the person I am even if I never sing another note."