A Rottweiler, Dobie or German Shepherd may be in the future for the woman who normally prefers pussified little Pomeranians, teacup Chihuahuas or tiny Yorkies.
Paris Hilton wasted no time in figuring out how to use the recent bust of a teenage burglary ring (allegedly driven and masterminded by a covetous Korean-American Las Vegas girl) to her advantage for some press.
Hilton ramped up her security after nearly $2 million worth of jewelry was stolen from her Hollywood Hills home late last year by a gang of teens gone bad.
“I’ve made my house impossible to get into,” she tells “Extra.” “I have 24-hour armed guards. I have video cameras everywhere.”
Hilton, 28, is thinking about taking it one step further.
“Maybe I’ll get a Rottweiler,” she tells “Extra.”
Even though she wasn’t home at the time of the break-ins, Hilton says, “The fact that they got in is really scary.”
Hilton wants justice for the teen intruders, who are alleged to have also targeted Orlando Bloom, Rachel Bilson, Lindsay Lohan and Audrina Patridge.
“It’s really wrong and they should pay for what they did,” says Paris.Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.