The world's richest dog, German Shepherd Gunther VI, is selling his puppy pad — or should we say his multi-million dollar Miami mansion.
Gunther VI inherited the multi-million dollar trust, including the mega mansion, after it was gifted to his ancestor Gunther III by the dog’s owner, German countess and animal lover Karlotta Liebenstein, who died in 1992.
While Gunther VI and his ancestors enjoyed all the riches the home — once owned by Madonna — had to offer, a group of handlers managed the rest of the huge fortune leftover. The Gunther Group’s handlers also manage the wealthy dog's day-to-day care. From overseeing his health and wellbeing to making decisions on how to invest his trust, it's safe to say Gunther VI is in good hands.
Now, however, it's time for the line of pups to say goodbye to their estate, which hit the market for a whopping $31 million. Meanwhile, Madonna bought the Tuscan-style villa two decades prior for only $7.5 million.
Scroll through to see photos of Gunther VI's sweet oasis.
The waterfront home boasts nine bedrooms and bathrooms.
There was plenty of space for Gunther VI to run around on the mansion's 51,000-square-foot lot.
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The Tuscan-style archways add to the unique design of the home.
The expansive hallways gave Gunther VI and his puppy friends a ton of room to chase each other around.
The kitchen countertops may have seen a few too many dog paw prints.
The impressive formal dining room went from hosting Madonna's A-lister pals to Gunther VI's pack.
The manicured lawns and stunning hedges are a dream for any discerning buyer — or pup.
In addition to the water features, the estate boasts a beautiful swimming pool.