Have you ever heard of a dog riding in a limousine with a chauffeur to an auction house? Oh yes, you read that right—a limousine driven by a chauffeur.
Gunther VI: The millionaire dog
Gunther VI, a German shepherd, not only participated in the 2001 auction for a rare white truffle but also placed the winning offer of 3 million Lira, or nearly $1.1 million.
For “Gunther VI”, a typical day is nothing short of spectacular. Gunther VI has a large number of houses, cars, and human workers, and he is a “very good boy” in every way.
Gunther’s personal, custom-made pool
The “millionaire dog” enjoys cool summers in his special swimming pool, travels around in a limo like any other multi-millionaire businessman, and is given everything it desires by a personal maid and butler.
This is a dog with expensive preferences.
Gunther has estates in the Bahamas, Germany, and Italy, including the $32 million Miami property that pop diva Madonna once stayed.
Incredible, isn’t it?
It presently has $700 million in wealth, and this sum keeps increasing every day.
All thanks to the wise investments of Gunther’s caretakers.
Who is the owner of Gunther? You probably might think that this dog isowned by Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk or someone like that.
Looks like it, but NO. . There’s no owner.
Gunther IV, who bought the Miami villa from the pop singer more than 20 years ago, left Gunther VI his enormous money and the Miami home. The dog has a heritage that spans 40 years and 6 generations.. . It’s not as absurd as it seems.
German countess and multi-millionaire Karlotta Leibenstein was the owner of Gunther III (Great grand father of Gunther VI). Karlotta, a well-known animal lover and devoted pet owner, left her dog her sizable fortune of $80 million when she passed away.
By the time Gunther VI was born, the amount had risen to $672 million after being invested by the trustees.
What a lucky dog!
The animal amassed an enormous fortune, and as a result, until someone else leaves a larger money for a pet, that dog’s son (and likely his son’s son, all the future generations) is the richest dog in the world.
Additionally, we are aware through the Internet that German Shepherds live between 10 and 15 years. We also know that Gunther IV would be above 25 years old if he were born in or around 1991.
However, it cannot be denied that the dog is adored by his guardians and that he leads a life that most people would find attractive.
Awesome, isn’t it?
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