06/02/2015 05:19 EDT | Updated 06/02/2015 05:59 EDT

Apple Watch: This Dog Has More Wearable Tech Than You (VIDEO)

A dog in China is taking canine fashion to a whole different level with not just one, but two pieces of expensive accessories. Take a look….

What you thought Apple watches were only for humans?

A husky belonging to 27-year old Wang Sicong, the son of a Chinese billionaire, has two gold Apple watches on its furry paws.

Watch the video above for the whole story.

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