When you’ve already topped out on amenities for the humans in your life, it only makes sense that you’d turn your wealth and attentions to the furry members of your family. These three suburban estates include high-end features for dogs. If you spent Thanksgiving watching the Kennel Club Dog Show in Oaks, just imagine having the perfect place to keep your favorite pups safe.

$1,375,000

Monthly taxes: $1,290

Tell me all about it: This seven-bedroom home sits on a 4.4-acre lot on one of the highest points in Chester County. We love the covered porch and wrap-around deck with views for days outside. Inside it is cozy for humans and dogs alike. The humans get a beautiful eat-in-kitchen, and the pups get a warm, built-in doghouse under the stairs.

$6,850,000

Monthly taxes: $4,488

Tell me all about it: Camp Woods Estate is a lovely place for humans. It includes six bedrooms, six baths, two laundry rooms, one gourmet — and Calcutta gold — kitchen and 14,000 square feet of living space. It is also adjacent to Camp Woods Land Preserve, where Gen. George Washington and his troops spent the fall in 1777. Not only will your pups have an ample yard to run in, but the house includes a special dog grooming area.

This Ambler house, on the market for $6,850,000, has its own dog grooming area.
This Ambler house, on the market for $6,850,000, has its own dog grooming area.

$1,295,000

Monthly taxes: $1,246

Tell me all about it: This custom-built, four-bedroom home includes an extensive pool area ringed by mature landscaping — and an underground dog fence. Inside, the property boasts a two-story family room, an office with its own wet bar, and a gourmet kitchen. Bonus: The two-acre property abuts the prestigious Lookaway Golf Course.

The pool area in this New Hope home, on the market for $1,295,000, has an underground dog fence.
The pool area in this New Hope home, on the market for $1,295,000, has an underground dog fence.