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Danielle Staub's Pets

Does Danielle Staub Have Any Pets?

Fendi (Dog)

Breed: Chihuahua | Adopted 2007

Danielle Staub had a beloved Chihuahua named Fendi. She got Frendi in 2007 and she sadly passed away in 2021 at the age of 14. Fendi and her other Chihuahua, Paradise, were part of the first interview for People Magazine’s “People Pets” section when it launched in 2010.

It’s impossible to express the sorrow and pain We feel over the loss of our precious Fendi! My sweet little baby girl I want to thank you for giving me the best 14 years anyone could ask for. You are my best friend, companion and continuous source of joy! I am lost without you but I want you to find your Peace. You are my angel. I love you more than words. RIP my little one

@daniellestaub, Instagram, April 2021

Paradise (Dog)

Breed: Chihuahua | Adopted 2005

Danielle Staub also used to have a long-haired Chihuahua named Paradise. She got Paradise in 2005 and the pup has since passed away.

Danielle Staub's pet Suzie

Suzie (Dog)

Breed: Mixed Breed

Daniell Staub had a Chihuahua-Terrier mix named Suzie growing up. Staub said Suzie was who she counted on for support during her abusive childhood.

Danielle Staub

Danielle Staub Pets


July 29, 1962 (61)

Danielle Staub is an American reality TV star, philanthropist, and media personality. She’s predominantly known for her role in “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” Danielle’s early life challenges shaped her path towards reality television fame and a series of entrepreneurial and personal pursuits.

Danielle’s leap to fame came with her role in “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” where she starred in the first two seasons starting in 2009, and later made guest appearances in subsequent seasons. Her time on the show was marked by her vivid and often controversial presence. Her RHONJ costars include Dolores Catania and Dina Cantin.

Beyond reality TV, Staub ventured into acting with a brief appearance on “All My Children” and participated in various other media projects, including VH1’s “Famous Food” and her own podcast “Absolutely Danielle.” Her book, “The Naked Truth,” was released in 2010, offering her perspective on her past and her experiences in the limelight​.

Danielle’s personal life has been as dynamic as her career, with multiple engagements and marriages that often found their way into the public discourse. She is a mother to two daughters, Christine and Jillian, who have been central to her life and post-television career narratives. Staub has also been involved in various charitable activities, contributing to organizations like the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the World Hunger Organization.