By Walt Hickey Dogs A villa on Biscayne Bay in Florida went up for sale for $31.75 million, and the dog that owns the eight-bedroom house stands to reap a considerable return on his investment. Gunther, a German Shepard, made his money the old-fashioned way, by inheriting it. Gunther III, his great-grandfather, inherited a multimillion-dollar trust from countess Karlotta Liebenstein in 1992, a trust now worth $500 million. Gunther III sired Gunther IV who likewise inherited the estate, and now this Gunther stands to gain from the accrued value of a property purchased from Madonna for $7.5 million twenty years ago. Though parting with the Florida property, Gunther’s main home is in Tuscany. He’ll continue to serve as a testament to the fact that the rich staying rich is so easy, even a dog could do it.
For your security, we need to re-authenticate you.
Click the link we sent to , or click here to log in.