Buster is one Staffy who loves being in the dog house.
He is the rescue dog who is having a simply awesome time in his own luxury ‘house’ complete with a TELEVISION and mood lights.
While other dogs are tucked up in their standard baskets, 12-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier Buster is living it up in his own boudoir.
There the pampered pooch can put his paws up after a busy day eating and walking and watch his favourite wildlife shows.
As well as a TV the boudoir comes equipped with a TV, mood lighting, pictures and a fan.
Dog lover Sean Farrell rescued Buster two years ago.
He would spend hours on his own, so the 48-year-old decided if Buster wanted independence he would build him his own unique boudoir.
The freelance TV script writer said he decided to give up a corner in his living room after browsing the internet for some inspiration.
Sean, from Birmingham, told BirminghamLive: “I have had Buster for just over two years. He is a rescue dog and is wary of single men. I have spent a lot of time improving his trust and he has made great strides. I have been working really hard on his trust issues and he has improved so much.
“However, he still like spending time on his own so I decided if that was to be the case I would create space for him and build him his own dog boudoir.
“I wanted to let him know he can be safe around me and feel secure in his little den at the same time.
“I had no real plan, I just bought some wood and plyboard and it cost me around £100 in total.
“I gave it some cosmetic including a TV and added some mood lighting. I also added a cooling fan and pictures of my old dog Zook which I stuck on the walls.
“I used carpet adhesive and painted it. Buster loves it and now he can be in the same room as me but also chill out in his own space. He loves watching wildlife programmes in his boudoir they are his favourite. He loves the animal noises. His ears prick up and he is glued to the TV.
“I will never disturb him when he is in there. That is his own space so while he is in there he will be left alone.”
Sean says buster’s behaviour has improved that much that he is now a therapy dog and visits hospitals, residential homes and a brain injury rehabilitation clinic.
Sean added: “We’ve been working really, really hard on his trust issues. And because his behavior has improved so much, he is now a therapy dog and we visit residential homes hospitals and a brain injury rehabilitation clinic.
“Buster has such a lovely nature and is an ideal therapy dog. He also accompanies people with low social skills, autism and agoraphobia. It is great for him.”
Buster even has how own page on Facebook with over 16,500 likes and his videos have had millions of views.
Sean added: “He has such a huge following all over the world. I post videos and updates most days and if I haven’t posted something for a while his fans will soon be in touch asking for more.
“I’m absolutely blown away by the response from. Staffordshire Bull Terriers get bad press and it’s so lovely to be able to show them that they are beautiful dogs that deserve a really fantastic life. Buster is a real superstar and I am very proud of him.”