Kim Kardashian‘s pets have a short shelf live but it appears the family pup Sushi is still alive and well.
The 38-year-old stunner is gracing the latest cover of Vogue and shot a stunning spread for the high end magazine.
One of the photos showed off the reality star’s three beautiful children as well as North’s Pomeranian who many speculated had died.
It’s alive! North West’s dog Sushi, who was rumored to be dead, appeared alive and well in a photo from Kim Kardashian’s new Vogue spread on Wednesday
In the shot, Kim is standing with soaking wet hair – looking as glam as ever – in her stainless steel kitchen.
The beauty is wearing a curve skimming orange silk dress and a pair of heels as her three little ones play next to her.
Saint, three, and sister Chicago, 14-months, are perched in two different sparkling baby Bentley’s while big sis North sits on the counter with Sushi in her hands.
The fluffy teacup dog hasn’t been seen for quite some time and fans had assumed it passed away.
Where in the world? Sushi hasn’t made an appearance recently, prompting speculation that the dog had gone the way of many Kardashian pets previously
Puppy love: Sushi belongs to Kim’s five-year-old daughter North
The life expectancy of most Kardashian pets is very low.
Kim’s cat Mercy, who was a gift from Kanye West when they were dating, died after she had rehomed her of a ‘cancer-like’ disease.
The fates of her boxer Rocky is unknown and he may be living with Reggie Bush.
Appearance: Sushi showed up in a family photo shot in Kim’s kitchen with her three children as part of May’s Vogue spread
There is no word as to what happened to the Jenner puppies Louis and Vuitton, Khloe’s shepherd Jackson or Kendall’s Great Dane Blu.
Kourtney’s cat Charli was given up for adoption, as were the Jenner family dog Bella, and Khloe’s dog Bernard.
Chihuahua Dolce was killed by a coyote.
New pup: Kim gave her daughter North the precious Pomeranian pooch for her fourth birthday, while cousin Penelope was given the dog’s sister – a canine named Honey – by her mother Kourtney
Meanwhile, Sushi the lap dog has been a bit of the nightmare for the Calabasas clan since joining the West family in 2017.
Kim gave her daughter North the precious Pomeranian pooch for her fourth birthday, while cousin Penelope was given the dog’s sister – a canine named Honey – by her mother Kourtney, 39.
Honey should have been named Angel for her perfect behavior while Sushi’s constant barking drove Kim and her brood insane.
Nightmare! Sushi barked nonstop and after failing to successfully switch the dogs with Kourtney, Kim brought in Cesar Milan
During a 2017 episode of KUWTK, Kim actually switched the dogs and brought Honey home.
It didn’t take long for Kourtney to notice and demand her well behaved canine back.
‘It’s Penelope’s, it’s not yours,’ Kourtney chided.
MIA: Several Kardashian Jenner dogs have never been heard from again like Kendall’s dog Blu and Khloe’s pup Bernard (pictured)
‘I mean, whatever I guess,’ Kim relented. ‘She can have her dog back and I will just have to deal with Sushi’s barking forever.’
Kim was forced to turn to the professionals for help and called on none other than The Dog Whisperer Cesar Milan.
Cesar told Kim that Sushi’s bad behavior was down to lack of structure and boundaries, pointing out they were rewarding the pup’s misdemeanors and letting the pet have free rein of the house.
Beloved! Some of the family’s pets have been well tended to. Khloe’s beloved lab Gabbana lived to an old age and passed away recently
He taught Kim a number of different techniques to calm the puppy down to which she said: ‘It’s really exciting to know that Sushi’s issues are fixable, and she’s just a part of the family now, so we gotta work on it.’
It’s not all bad for Kardashian-Jenner pets, though.
Khloe’s dog Gabbana lived to a ripe old age and the star was wrecked when she passed away.
Kylie, who seems to be the most responsible pet owner of all, has a thriving pack of pups at her home including her beloved greyhounds Norman and Bambi.
Pack leader! Kylie Jenner is the most responsible pet parent in the group and has a brood of several dogs