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Miley 'hires pet stylist'

Published 02/11/2013

Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus has reportedly splashed out $15,000 on a stylist for her five dogs.

The actress-and-singer is a huge animal fan and has five mutts, Floyd, Happy, Bean, Penny Lane and Mary Jane.

Miley has undergone a total image overhaul over the last year, shaving and dyeing her hair, losing weight and flashing her toned figure in tiny outfits. It seems she wants her love of fashion to rub off on her pets too.

"Miley wants each dog's new wardrobe to 'reflect their personality' and give them more confidence," an insider told British magazine Heat.

The 20-year-old star has decided that only the best will do when it comes to her dogs, so is splashing out $15,000 to help them smarten up. She has enlisted pooch stylist Jorge Bendersky to give them an individual style.

"Jorge will give each pup their own look with various clothes and accessories, including his custom-made designs," the source explained.

As well as grooming and clothes, Miley's dogs will sport tattoos. They aren't real inkings though, rather patterns made from glitter and glue which is safe for fur.

The singer's love of fashion is legendary and she famously launched a line in US retailer Walmart when she was still a Disney star. Although it featured her beloved pooches, Miley doesn't look back on it fondly.

“I went in there and saw, like, a puppy on a T-shirt. I was like, ‘This is not what I wanted.’ I wanted skinny jeans, I wanted to bless Walmart with jeggings!” Miley previously laughed.

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