Top 10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds

Dogs the most loving pet across the world, even are considered as best friends to humans. In fact, many types of research claims that friendship with a pet also helps patients to recover fast, so many hospitals allow one a while a visit of their loving pet to patients room, to built witty health. Pets especially dogs are supposed to be the most special companions to humans. They are sporting to caring friends, and decrease humans stress, loneliness, anxiety, and depressive moods. Let’s now scroll below and discuss world’s most expensive dogs.


10. Chow Chow:


This bread commonly known as Chow, is basically one of the expensive dog breeds. The chow breed is quite fluffy, even referred as Puffy-Loin-Dog. This breed of dog is considered as native dogs that are actually the model of Chinese guardian lions (Foo Dogs). Foo Dogs model actually resembles the traditional stone guardians, which are seen in Buddhist temples and palaces. In fact, Chow Chow are one of the ancient dog breeds which exist still today globally. They are thick, fluffy and royal, medium built cute dogs.

9. Pharaoh Hound:


This dog is actually the national dog of Malta and is one of the smart dogs. This dog is Its native name is Kelby talk-Fenek, which means ”Rabbit Dog”. Truly this Malta dog is used for hunting rabbits in Maltese Islands. There is the myth of Pharaoh Hound breed is that there is a link between ancient Egyptian hunting dogs. These are athletic powerful and graceful dogs. Covered with no fluffy fur, but are silky fine coat skin.

8. Akita:


These are mountainous furry dogs belong to the northern region of Japan but this breed is varied with two varieties Japanese Akita and an American Akita. This particular breed of dog has the double furry coat, removes spitz breed of Siberian Husky but long hairs coated dogs. These dogs are sensitive to immune vaccines, drugs insecticides, anesthetics, and tranquilizers.

7. Chinese Crested Hairless:

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This breed of dog is hairless, but basically comes in two kinds of varieties, with and without fur termed as Hairless and Powder Puff breed. These dogs are not affected with any kind of congenital diseases that are found in other toy dogs.

6. Tibetan Mastiff:

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This particular fluffy furry dog breed of (Canis lupus familiar), found in Tibet, India, Mongolia and Nepal. The purpose to breed Tibetan Mastiff dogs by local people of the area is to protect and save sheep from bears, leopards, wolves, mustelids and wild dogs of the area. These are nomad dogs and are expected to have a life expectancy of about 10-14 years, with fewer health and genetic problems. Some health issues that are found are hypothyroidism, entropion, ectropion, distichiasis even with skin allergies because are quite furry, the problems include are Demodex, Addison’s Disease, Cushing’s Disease, missing teeth, overbite, underbite, wry moth-malocclusion, cardiac issues epilepsy, progressive retinal atrophy many other like elbow or hip dysplasia too. These dogs are quite powerful with the fluffy-furry body but are even able to kill a tiger. They are energetic and powerful breed and are considered as a breed, which can usually go for around $5,000 – $9,000. They seem lazy, sleep during the day but are great guards at night.

5. Canadian Eskimo Dog:


This breed is one of the unique and oldest breeds of dogs in Northern America, called to be as Arctic Breed. This breed is actually and originally from Siberia, which was brought to North America by native hunters, 1,000 years back. A research in 2008 on the claim that this particular breed of dogs is now getting extinct. This is athletic, powerful cute dog, with triangular ears, fluffy-feathery tail, and somehow similar to wolves. Males are more masculine than females. In fact, the size of the dog depends on sex, like males are of 3—40 kg and females 18-30 kg. And these Canadian Eskimo Dogs need great active schedule, sporty and hard work is the key quality of these dogs.

4. German Shepherd:


As its quite easy to understand the origin of this breed from the name itself is Germany. This particular breed is active, powerful and medium to large size dog. This breed is also known as Shepherd Breed commonly worldwide. In Britain and Ireland also termed as Alsatian. This breed of dogs is considered in one of the youngest breeds as originated in the year 1899, mainly as the part of German Herding Groups, or we can say by native people for herding sheep and protecting them from other animals. The ability of power, intelligence, obedience are some key qualities of German Shepherds are nowadays these dogs are the trained for work in searching squads, police, military, rescue, and even in acting/movies.

3. Samoyed:


Is also a herding breed of dogs, commonly found in the pure white shade, with the furry-fluffy feathered coat of hairs. This breed is cuteness overloaded. This breed got its name from the native people of Siberia, Samoyedic peoples. They pet these dogs for herding, and to pull sleds. The another name of the same breed is Bjelkier, especially in Europe. These dogs are now in the list of world’s most expensive dogs and are priced under the tag of $6,000- $12,500. These are cute, playful and loving pets in the family, even are friendly companions to humans in all ages. In fact, the fur of these dogs is used in knitting which is quite similar to angora and is quite warming too.

2. Rottweiler:


This breed is known to be the as bold domestic dog breed, varied in size from medium, to large, even known as German Rottweiler Metzgerhund, which means butcher dog. As with the name it makes a sense of their bold use in herding livestock, pulls carts etc. Rottweiler nowadays is used as guide dogs, in squads to search and to rescues, in police and army dogs with training to help them. Actually, these are one of the oldest breed used in herding by people possibly from Roman Empire. These dogs are inherited with great intelligence and active power, in many challenges. When they are trained they are aggressive to strangers, outsiders and are stubborn pets. They are available in the price tag of almost about $7,000.

1. Lowchen:


This breed is registered as the most expensive dog breed in the world. These are cute toy dogs. They are small and handy pets, even are sporty. This breed is considered as one of the unique breeds. The another name for this toy dog, Lowchen is Little Lion Dog, which is considered as rarest dog globally. These cute Little Lions comes in many shades and colors, from dark to light, coated with long flowing hairs, Lowchen is friendly, fluffy, happy dogs. Their friendly nature makes them smartly active, playful with owners. Lowchen are great domestic companions to family and friends need human care, attention, In fact, they are sad when left alone from the longer span.


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