If anything is paw-sible, then being a dog having a net worth of $400 million is nothing beyond the ordinary. Such rich pooch is the subject of Netflix's upcoming documentary titled Gunther's Millions.
The streaming giant dropped the first trailer for the docuseries on Jan. 11, highlighting how Gunther VI got his fortune.
According to the teaser, the pooch's owner, German Countess Karlotta Leibenstein, allegedly left the dog an $80 million estate. Gunther's living his best life, living in mansions, yachts, and properties in Italy.
But it's not all butterflies and rainbows, as people in the dog's circle took advantage of his wealth in attempts to give him "the best lifestyle possible." Apparently, this involved having a group of young pop stars live with him in the mansion, follow "commandments," and have sex with each other like they were in a cult or some messed up reality show.
Other things surrounding Gunther also come into question such as the legitimacy of his wealth and the possibility that the German shepherd has been cloned.
Gunther is the world's richest pet, according to a curated list by AllAboutCats, beating out other rich fur babies like Taylor Swift's Olivia Benson and Oprah's dogs.
Gunther's Millions premieres on Netflix on Feb. 1.