This pet store sells $650 fur coats for dogs

Pamper your pooch at this NYC luxury boutique for dogs

When wealthy dog owners want to pamper their furry friends, they bring them to Canine Styles — a high-end pet boutique in New York City that sells everything from $650 fur coats for dogs to $6,500 Alligator-skin animal carriers.

Manhattan's "oldest and finest" doggy swag shop is featured on a recent episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."

A pampered pug looking inside Canine Styles
Sandra Albert, Pet Verite

Established in 1959, Canine Styles is known for its pampered pooch must-haves like "Chewy Vuiton" and "Cartiarf" squeak toys and a full line of apparel and accessories that would make most humans envious.

'Chewy Vuiton' squeak toy sold at Canine Styles

"Canine Styles offers two collections every year… we go out and find fabrics — whether it's Marc Jacobs or Ralph Lauren — and then, we take those and turn them into coats and bags," owner Mark Drendel tells the show.


Pet purchases are big business: Americans will spend $70 billion on their pets in 2017, a $2.6 billion increase over last year, according to not-for-profit American Pet Products Association. But Canine Styles is only for the well-pawed.

Cashmere dog sweaters sold at Canine Styles

Over the years, some of the world's biggest A-listers have shopped for their pets — from Martha Stewart and Oprah Winfrey to the late Elizabeth Taylor.

"Whenever Elizabeth Taylor was in town, we'd always send a brand new dog bed and a bag of treats to her hotel," says Drendel. The lucky recipient was her Maltese terrier, Sugar.

Luxurious collars sold at Canine Styles

Aside from its grooming services, the boutique sells a colorful assortment of Swiss-made collar and leash sets for $425, and for the winter months, $165 cashmere sweaters and hand-cut shearling and fur coats (think rabbit fur dyed in a leopard print) that cost hundreds of dollars.

$650 leopard print dog coat made of rabbit fur

"If we have a customer who wants their dog to match their fur coat, we will… have [a matching coat] custom-made for the dog," says Drendel.

For those willing to drop even more dough — $5,000 to $35,000 — an owner can commission a hand-painted pooch portrait.

A commissioned hand-painted dog portrait can sell for up to $35,000

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Watch an all new episode of "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" Thursday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CNBC.

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