A dog named Gunther VI is one of the richest in the world. His pedigree dates back to 1992, when German Countess Carlotta Liebenstein left $58 million to her beloved dog, named Gunther III.
The woman had no children, so the money went to the dog and then to his son Gunther IV, and then on to Gunther VI. He now has a fortune of about $500 million.
The dog is handled by a special team of dog handlers who provide him with a busy life and sensitive care. The dog flies on a private jet, dines in restaurants, has a personal chef, and sleeps in a velvet bed overlooking the bay. The dog recently flew to Milan and the Bahamas, and he’s also trained every day by an experienced dog handler.
On behalf of Gunther VI put up for sale a huge house in Miami worth 31 million dollars. This 780-square meter residence was once owned by Madonna herself. The house has nine bedrooms and is located on a plot of 4,738 square meters.
Gunther even has his own managers from The Assouline Team-they handle the dog’s money, real estate, and investments. They even bought a men’s soccer team and a swim team in the dog’s name and according to the managers, Gunther himself attended some of the matches.