Being sent to the doghouse might not be so bad!
A Miami mansion that once belonged to Madonna was put on the market with a listed price of $31 million. What's most interesting about this home, however, isn't the enormous price tag, but rather its owner: The home is owned by a German Shepherd named Gunther VI.
Really, it's true. The home once owned by the Material Girl is now owned by a good boy!
According to TMZ, a German countess named Karlotta Leibenstein created a trust and made Gunther's great grandpa, Gunther III, the beneficiary. When Karlotta died in 1992, Gunther III took over ownership. Since then, a succession of dogs have inherited the property, leading up to Gunther VI.
The website says the privileged pooch has a chef cook him breakfast, and the paw-pular hound travels by private jet, never in a cargo hold. Gunther VI even inherited $500,000 to boot!
TMZ said the the dog sleeps in Madonna's former bedroom, which has a stunning view of Biscayne Bay.
Real estate listings say the 7,947 square-foot home — with nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms — has "a history that no one else can claim."
Ruff life, ruff life.