Dog collars for the rich and famous

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STEVE JURVETSON
  • Steve Jurvetson
Now I've seen everything. In my in-box this morning was an email from a promoter marketing diamond-studded dog collars. Really?
The U.S. dog jewelry company Tsavari caters to cebrities [sic] and the mega weathy with a line of dog collars that ranges from $2,500 to $73,699.

They have now manufactured a custom pink diamond dog collar that was valued at over 12 million dollars.

You can view their website here: www.tsavari.com
With people across the country not able to put food on the table, people with more money than good sense are willing to shell out millions for an ornament for Fido?

Disclaimer: I'm a dog lover, but pleeeeeeeze. Someone, anyone, tell me this is a joke.

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