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Lifestyles of the Rich and Richer

It's not just renters who want their canine tenants to be coddled and petted via special amenities—it's New York townhouse owners, too. (Shocker.) An interior designer tells the Journal that she is working on a dedicated space for a client's two small dogs that has a "'doggy eating and dressing station.' The room will hold the dogs' coats, leashes, booties and other outdoor apparel in cabinets, and offer a changing-table-height surface for their owner to dress them. Next to a beauty salon (for humans) will be a dog-size equivalent where the pets can be groomed ... both spaces cost about $45,000." [WSJ; previously]