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The Rich Dogs of London lead better lives than most humans

How the other half lives.

IF YOU FOLLOW the Rich Kids of London on social media, you’ll be used to seeing photos of their over-the-top lifestyles.

Now their dogs are set to become stars too.

A new Instagram account, Rich Dogs of London, is full of photos of pets rolling in cash, travelling on private jets and wearing designer gear.

Launched in late June, the feed was created by an anonymous account holder, who told Business Insider he set up Rich Dogs of London “just for some excitement”. And though it is still quite new, the account already has over 25,000 followers.

Here is a selection of our favourite photos from the account:

These dogs are trying to fill the shoes of their wealthy owners. In this dog’s case, that means putting on a pair of Louboutins.

Rich dogs travel in groups.

Like their owners, they have expensive taste.

They get pampered with manicures…

…and cutting-edge hairstyles.

When you’re a rich dog, you don’t need an occasion to enjoy some champagne and cake.

These pups roll around in money, not mud.

Forget collars — they wear real jewellery instead.

Rich dogs make a grand entrance wherever they go.

All you need to pack for a trip when you’re a rich dog is a Louis Vuitton case.

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Rich dogs fly in private jets too.

This Yorkie holidays on yachts.

Horses don’t intimidate them.

Nor do giant blow-up swans.

This pup’s too posh to go in the pool.

- Chloe Pantazi

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