7 Most Expensive Dogs Breeds to Buy

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Are you going to buy the new puppy? If yes, then you need to consider many different factors and cost is indeed the major factor. You will have to spend money not only on the purchase and adoption of dogs but also on health related issues. However, if you don’t care much about money and other related factors, then it means you love to adopt a dog which only a few people have. If this is the case, then it is time to unlock a list of 7 most Expensive Dogs Breeds to Buy.
7.Chinese Crested Hairless
If you need a dog with unique look, then you have to consider this tiny dog had a single fur coat. Though it is small in size yet you need to pay high amount i.e. $5000 when you want to own him.

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6. Tibetan Mastiff
This breed is well-known for its stubborn temperaments. Tibetan Mastiff is large guardians with the very thick coat.The price of Tibetan Mastiff ranges $5,000 – $9,000. In many countries of the world, they serve as guardian dogs which sleep mostly in the day to remain alerted at night. They also have health issues which are not common and usually are very treatable.Their breed is known for these problems Skin issues, eye conditions, allergies,hypothyroidism,epilepsy, cancer, etc. One of the Tibetan Mastiff has a history in China where it sold for around $2 Million. However, their real price is far less.

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5. Canadian Eskimo Dog
It is the most expensive dog breed in the World.Canadian Eskimo Dog is among the oldest and rarest purebred indigenous domestic canines in the North America.This strong dog has athletic characteristics.Their tough appearance makes them the best guard dog. The price of Canadian Eskimo Dog is $6000.

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4.German Shepherd
It is the among the most famous dogs in the world. But it also among the least healthy dogs of the world.If you own it, then you need to be ready for certain health issues such as gastrointestinal ailments, allergies, bloat, Degenerative Myelopathy and cancer. They usually encounter with hip and elbow dysplasia. You can own this dog after spending $2500. But what would be hard for you is to locate a well-bred German Shepherd.As health issues are very common for this most expensive dogs breed, therefore they are not fit for work fields such as search, military, police and rescue. that is why German shepherd is included in intelligent dogs.

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They are the most expensive dog’s breeds to buy as you likely to spend $6,500 – $12,000 for owning them. They are lovable dogs because they become the excellent companions for families. They are quite stubborn and often become over-protective. Though this breed is very friendly to old age people and kids yet they are annoying sometimes. It is necessary to handover them to the best dog trainer as soon as you adopt him. Because it is easy to train this breed at its young age.

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2. Rottweiler
It is the most expensive dog breeds whether you buy them as a puppy or an adult dog. These dogs make for very extra-ordinary guardians when they are trained thoroughly. They also have very amazing characteristics such as the ability to get along with the family easily and to show perfect support in routine life errands.The price of Rottweiler is around $7000. They also encounter with certain health issues such as eye and cardiac issues.Mostly, big dog breeds are vulnerable to hip and elbow hip and elbow dysplasia and bloat. You need to walk with them carefully. Always pick the best dog harnesses to add comfort into the life of your dog.

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According to American Kennel Club Lowchen is a very non-sporting dog. This most expensive dogs breed in the world is also recognized as the Little Lion Dog or toy dog and by the American Kennel Club as a non-sporting dog. The price of Lowchen is $7000. Every year, only a few people register for this breed.

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