A dog-owner has gone to amazing lengths to make sure her beloved pets live in the lap of luxury - by building them their very own mansion.
Now Chelsea, Darla and Coco Puff share an extraordinary 'home' that features vaulted celings, hardwood floors, heating and air conditioning, hand-made curtains and pricey wallpaper.
The dogs' have their own beds or they can lounge on their front lawn surrounded by a white picket fence.
Life of luxury: Tammy Kassis' 11-foot tall Victorian doggie mansion sits in her backyard for her dogs Chelsea, Darla and Coco Puff
Darla the Pomeranian stand proudly in her 'living room' while Yorkies Chelsea and Coco Puff look on from one of the three beds
They even enjoy music from a classic RCA Victor radio.
Little wonder the sign over the front door reads: 'Three spoiled dogs live here.'
Yorkies Chelsea and Coco Puff and Pomeranian Darla have their 47-year-old owner Tammy Kassis to thank for their plush pad on the outskirts of Los Angeles.
Ms Kassis, a former insurance agent, said: 'My dogs are my life.'
She and her advertising executive husband, Sam, decided the dogs needed their own place when Cocdo Puff was almost carried away by an owl.
The couple turned to Alan Mowrer's La Petite Maison, a builder of deluxe kennels.
Tammy Kassis, sits with her dogs Chelsea, Darla and Coco Puff, in front of their 11-foot tall Victorian doggie mansion in Winchester, on the outskirts of Los Angeles
The Victorian doggie mansion has its own yard, white picket fence, porch, doggie door, turret and doorbell on the outside
Mr Mowrer has built dog houses in the style of French French châteaux, Tudor mansions and Swiss chalets.
Mrs Kassis asked him to build a replica of her own home.
She lavished $20,000 (£13,200) on the doggy mansion, icluding things like painting, landscaping, screened doors and windows, mini-blinds and ceiling fans.
When the couple decided to move home, the kennel came with them - although they had to hire a 45-ton crane and a truck to move the thing.
The three little dogs feel perfectly at home in the the tiny mansion.
She told the Los Angeles Times: 'My mother buys them most of the outfits - she treats them like they're grandchildren.'
The next thing on Mrs Kassis's shopping list: a tiny plasma screen TV
'They love to watch Animal Planet,' Kassis says. 'It's their favourite.'
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