Meet the lapdog of luxury.
Pomeranian puppy Burly’s owners have splurged £15,000 on him in just six months.
And he hangs out with A-listers including Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe.
Michael O’Hagan, 34, and partner Ken, 55, pride themselves on giving their eight-month-old fluffball the best of the best.
He sleeps on a £3,500 cashmere blanket, goes out in a £3,500 Furdrobe jacket with his name on the back, wears a £525 bow tie and eats specialist raw dog food from Tiffany china bowls.
For walkies, Michael and Ken can choose from a collection of collars, including Gucci or Louis Vuitton ones that cost £250 each, or a £500 Tiffany collar and lead with a £125 charm attachment.
The pedigree pooch is also pup-ular on Instagram – with nearly 8,000 followers.
Thanks to Ken, a top fashion hair stylist, Burly has hobnobbed with the stars.
The pup has appeared in British Vogue twice with The Durrells and Bodyguard actress Keeley Hawes, and Downton Abbey star Lily Collins.
Other pals include funnyman Alan Carr, ex-Coronation Street favourite Georgia May Foote, Game of Thrones actress Rose Leslie and Tolkien star Nicholas Hoult.
Michael, from Borough, South London, explained: “Burly got into modelling coincidentally. He was on a shoot with Ken one day and everyone there loved him.
“Keeley Hawes, who was doing the shoot, had already seen him on Instagram and then requested that he be there for the next shoot.”
The couple say they shouldn’t be judged because they “earn good money and can afford it”.
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Michael added: “Obviously we don’t have any kids so it can all go on Burly.
“We just really like buying him things. It brings us both so much pleasure to spoil him. It used to be that Ken and I would be buying gifts for each other but that’s all stopped now.
“These days we’re obsessed with whatever new things we can get for the puppy.”
They bought him for £2,500 through a breeder near Carlisle, who they tracked down through The Kennel Club.
Michael, a crane operator, said: “In the first three months of having him we spent £9,000 on just collars, leads and clothes.
“He loves it, I can tell he’s happy when he gets a new item.”
Burly’s raw food diet sets the couple back £60 per week. The cultural canine also gets treated to nights out at the cinema and theatre – even attending a special screening of The Lion King.
“Burley loved the cinema, he was barking away at the beginning when they held Simba up over his kingdom,” Michael said.
We like to imagine that he was singing along, he’s got a lovely voice.”
Despite Burly’s baby fur being too young for a trim, Michael takes the pooch for a pampering session every 10 days to a doggy grooming parlour called Le Chien in West London.
He said: “Burly loves a blow dry and getting fussed over.
“He gets his little nails done too and thoroughly enjoys the whole experience.
“Burly still has his puppy coat so we can’t trim that just yet but we’re very excited for his first proper cut.