The Fossett family like to do their grocery shopping and the school run atop the desert animals, Metro reports.
Rebecca Fossett said: "We go out in public on them once or twice a week and people love seeing them."
With a herd of six dromedary and Bactrian camels, the Fossetts own the only camel herd in Britain.
The camels cost £10,000 each, and are named Ruby, Sahara, Sophia, Kokoso, Kazak and Veneta.
Rebecca explained: "People think camels are grumpy and spit all the time but that couldn't be further from the truth. They are great company and very affectionate."
The family has turned the camels into a booming business, taking passengers on countryside treks through the Warwickshire village of Idlicote.
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