Top 10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds In The World

By Chris
Top 10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds In The World
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For many people, the best feeling in the world is to come home and cuddle with our beloved pets. Moreover, we tend to pick dogs and cats over other types of animal friends, don’t we? However, dog ownership could come with a hefty price tag. Asides from food, toys, or health care, some dogs could be incredibly pricey. Today, why don’t we check out some of the most expensive dog breeds in the world? 

Dogue de Bordeaux: $3,500

If anyone wants to own a Dogue de Bordeaux, they will need to pay more than $3500 per one. This dog breed comes with a unique look and is incredibly cute. Overall, they can weigh up to 100 pounds when fully grown!

Dogue de Bordeaux: $3,500
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However, Dogue de Bordeaux has a shorter life span than other dog breeds. They can only live from five to eight years. Nevertheless, they will still enjoy a wonderful life with love from their owners. Do you think you will pay more than $3,500 for this puppy? 

Giant Schnauzer: $3,000

While the Giant Schnauzer isn’t as popular as the mini version, they still come with a hefty price of $3,000 or more. 

Giant Schnauzer: $3,000
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These beautiful dog breeds are massive, and one can grow over two feet tall. At their peak, they weigh over 90 pounds. You can easily train them for outdoor activities. 

Samoyed: $3,000

This adorable dog breed originally came from Siberia, which explained their thick white coats. As a result, they could live in a colder and harsh environment. 

Samoyed: $3,000
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Aside from that, their adorable smiles make them the perfect friends for any animal lover. Most Samoyed needs lots of exercise, so make sure to take them out for walks as many as possible. 

English Bulldog: $3,250

English Bulldog must be one of the most popular dog breeds globally. They have a unique look, and the sad-looking face makes our hearts melt every time we look at one. 

English Bulldog: $3,250
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While their average cost starts around $3,250, some could reach a $4,000 price tag in different areas. However, this breed is also famous for having many health problems, leading to an enormous expense. 

Treeing Walker Coonhound: $3,300

At first glance, we couldn’t believe a dog breed with such a name existed! Even with the weird name, they do not have any features or habits related to ‘tree.’ Additionally, these dogs don’t walk; they are the super-fast running dog types.

Treeing Walker Coonhound: $3,300
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Aside from that, Treeing Walker Coonhound is very friendly. Your puppy will be outgoing and doesn’t require high maintenance like other dog breeds. You will even have to pay up to $6,000 to own this dog in some cases. 

Alaskan Malamute: $4,000

Aside from the cute Samoyed, the Alaskan Malamute also comes with a thick luscious coat. As a result, this type of dog needs to have regular grooming sessions. 

Alaskan Malamute: $4,000
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As one of the most handsome dog breeds, they could cost up to $4,000. Moreover, their medical bills will rack up another $7,700 overall over the years. 

Black Russian Terrier: $5,000

You will fall in love with a Black Russian Terrier if you are a small-dog lover. This breed comes with a shiny coat and has a lovable nature. 

Black Russian Terrier: $5,000
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Their starting price tag is over $5,000. Besides, be prepared to pay up to $6,000 for their medical bills throughout their life span. 

Akita: $6,500

Akita dogs always come with a hefty price tag due to their gorgeous look and power. Moreover, they will make you a loyal life companion and protect you in many situations. 

Akita: $6,500
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Before owning an Akita, you might need to learn how to train them. Besides, they could undergo training sessions in the center before joining you at your home. 

Great Dane: $7,100

As they are a strong and handsome breed, it’s easy to see why Great Dane has been one of the most expensive dogs globally. Will you pay more than $7,100 for this furry friend? 

Great Dane: $7,100
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American Bully: $10,000

The last expensive dog type on our list is the American Bully. However, many places won’t accept this dog as a recognized breed. 

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They are related to the American pit bull terrier. Moreover, these dogs are as solid and sturdy as their relatives. As a result, their price could easily exceed the $10,000 mark! 

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