Stars' Extreme Pet ParentingFrom testing shock collars to tasting dog food, see how far celebs will go for their furry friends


When it comes to feeding her Best of Breed chow chow Ghenghis Khan, Martha Stewart spares no expense. "I make his food," Stewart told Vanity Fair in 2012. "He eats either white or brown rice that's steamed with peas, carrots, string beans and broccoli all chopped up in it. Boiled fish – I buy blue fish by the tens of pounds." And for a weekend in New York City, not just any hotel will do. During the 2012 Westminster Dog Show, the domestic doyenne and her canine enjoyed dinner at Manhattan's swanky Plaza Hotel before retreating upstairs for a good night's sleep.