We all love our pets.You'd have to love them because they aren't cheap, the average dog owner will spend £1,252 on their fur baby per year, and that's just the basics like food and vet bills.It turns out Weetabix makes a cheaper own-brand version for Asda and TescoThen there are those who dial it up a notch, doing things like setting up dedicated Instagram channels for their pet's antics or leaving Christmas gifts for them under the tree.
But how much is too much when it comes to pampering your pet?Sian Butler, 20, is taking things to the next level in a big way as she makes sure her Chihuahua, Lilly, is the best-dressed dog in town.Sian, who lives at home with her parents and works as a dog groomer in Kent, has spent thousands on Dior and Chanel-inspired dresses for her dog. In fact, most of her weekly income goes toward spoiling Lilly.Pic by Grant Melton/Caters NewsLilly has an Instagram following of over 17K, and Sian claims Lilly loves nothing more than posing for the camera.To be honest, we're not sure exactly how Tommy Hilfiger pink Blazer BETH much say Lilly would have in the whole ordeal.
But now I have G-Star liquid pink Bomber Jacket THUXA 3D BOMBER calmed the spending down a SKINNY Jeans bit and tend to buy her something new every few weeks instead,' Explains Sian.'Lilly loves wearing dresses, she has over 1000 of them and each cost around £100.''She has so many clothes and accessories such as hats to match every dress and around 50 different leads and collars, that she has her own wardrobe.And if you were hoping to steal Lilly's look, don't bother. Each dress is handmade so you can't get her style on the high street.