The 20 Most Expensive Dogs In The World

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There are many who would say that our four-legged friends are man’s best friend. But some dogs cost more than a small car!

In the United States, dog owners are willing to spend a whole lot of cash to ensure that their pup is well cared for and up to date on all its shots.

Own one of these dog companions and you’re sure to be spending a few dollars… minimum!

The 20 Most Expensive Dogs in the World

It is clear (and I am sure all will agree) that your dog would be more than welcome to be featured on this website under the “Dogs of the Week” section.

– The cost of owning the top 20 dogs is equivalent to around $70,000 per dog, but the top dog is worth around $8 million.

20. Saint Bernard – $1,500

The St. Bernard is used for various jobs like guard dog, and in the past, it was used to help people cross the Alps.

The first breed to be recognized was the Bernese mountain dog, bred to aid hunters in the Alps.

Beethoven and other dogs have a high price tag, as they usually cost $1,000 or more.

19. Lakeland Terrier -$2,000

The Lakeland Terrier takes its name because it was originally bred in the Lake District in England (Lake District National Park).

Generally speaking, the dog is small to mid-sized and weighs around about 7-8Kg. It will need training and time to adapt to life in Australia.

It is largely hypoallergenic so that it doesn’t shed a lot of hair. It’s a good family dog.

There will be a character that you have to part ways with a couple of grand in order to play.

 18. Irish Wolfhound – $3,000

It’s really big and looks like a giant snake.

A modern sighthound is a type of dog bred for hunting.

It’s an animal that makes good bread and can be a good guard dog, but it’s particularly good at hunting and protection against wolves.

The Irish Wolfhound, one of the rarest and most beautiful dogs in the world can range in size from 30” to 32”, weighed in at about 150lbs and cost around to $3,000.

17. Black Russian Terrier – $3,500

The giants of the industry are priced at around $3,500.

I think they make good pets for kids, and are also great with children.

They don’t bark at all and have a pretty appearance if you’re looking to scare some people away.

16. Bedlington Terrier – $4,000

Its original name was Bedlington Terrier, and the breed was developed in Yorkshire, England in the early 1800s.

Originally, Bedlington Terrier Terriers where bred to hunt vermin and used in dog racing and various dog sports.

When the dogs are young dogs they are extremely good with children.

If you’ve got a spare $4,000 burning a hole in your pocket, then this could be the dog for you! I got one of these for my wife several years ago. It’s her current favorite thing.

15. English Bulldog – $4,300

It is also the 13th largest dog in the world, making it the ideal dog for a person looking to keep the weight down, but not at the expense of a full bodied dog.

It has a wrinkled forehead and a distinctive nose that is flattened on the back of its skull and has two bumps on its snout.

There were over 668,000 purebred dogs in the US, according to the American Kennel Club.

They will be expensive and can require repairs from time to time. But, you don’t have to worry about them breaking down.

14. Portuguese Water Dog – $5,000

These dogs are also known as the Portuguese Water Dog. According to the American Kennel Club they are classified as a Working Dog.

They have two large, round, black eyes which are usually a very pale brown color. They are usually very calm and gentle and have a soft, fluffy and silky coat, but are not necessarily non-shedding. Their coat is long and curly, and in some dogs, like the Lhasa Apso, there is a double coat.

The male Portuguese water dog is 50-60 cm tall, whilst the female is 40-50 cm tall and 20-25 kg.

These creatures can last 10-14 years.

13. Saluki – $5,500

Another costly breed of the sighthound, the Saluki was bred by nomadic tribes to run down game animals, primarily at night.

Most of the time, the wild dog looks like a miniature wolf. Also, because the wild dog has a very long tail, it can act as a natural weapon.

A single B1 size will set you back about $5,500. You’ll get a nice ROI on your $5,500 though.

12. French Bulldog – $6,000

A Bulldog is the result of a cross between an English Bulldog and a French Rat Terrier.

When they’re young they tend to have trouble walking and are prone to hip dysplasia. They’re usually very expensive to breed, due to their small number of puppies.

Why are these dogs considered the most expensive in the world? They are expensive because all of the owners want to show off their expensive dogs.

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11. Akita – $6,500

This dog was invented in the mountains of Japan, where they have snowy winters and cold environments.

Although both dogs are cute, the Japanese Akita is better known for their size and the American Akita is better known for its intelligence. I have had an American Akita before and the dog was so sweet.

The Japanese Akita is known for being a hard-working dog. This is due to the Akita’s heritage as a working dog. In particular, the Akita’s name, meaning “dear little mountain”, comes from their work ethic.
The Akita is one of the most intelligent breeds. This comes from their long and successful history as working dogs.

Females can weigh about 18-25 kg and males weigh about 24-27 kg. The males can reach heights of about 22” and females can reach about 20-23”.

10. Afghan Hound – $7,000

A few words about the Afghan Hound to help you understand the breed better. First it is very important to recognize that the breed has short legs. This is to help the hound walk quietly through the mountain terrain. The breed is also very agile and has a longer body than many other breeds. It is very agile but also very strong. The breed has a lot of energy and is a very good watch dog.

They are 64 – 69 inches tall and usually weigh between 23 to 27 lbs. Their coat can be in any color; like, Fawn, Gold or Cream with a black facial mask. Any white markings are discouraged, as they detract from the purity of the black face.

Its uniqueness and individuality are probably enough to justify its $7000 price tag.

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9. Pharaoh Hound – $7,500

There are many kinds of dogs and each one of them has a very individual appearance and disposition.

It’s a Maltese dog breed and its named after a popular hunting dog from the Maltese Islands.

The weight of a Pharaoh Hound ranges depending on the diet of the dog: From around 45-55 pounds are the most common.

The dragonfly’s head is dark blue with a dark-blue and dark-yellow body.

Not very expensive, makes good pets, make nice pets you can handle without having to be trained.

8. Dogo Argentino – $8,000

Muscled up against one of the most expensive dogs there is, the Dogo Argentino is one of the more expensive breeds you’ll ever come across.

American Bulldogs and Mastiffs are a descendant of the American Bulldog and Bullmastiff, and they look a lot like the St. Bernard.

A dog is a pack pet, and that’s why they have a dominating appearance but need regular exercise. They are also good friends for the family.

7. Canadian Eskimo Dog – $8,750

The Eskimo Dog is a rare breed with a rich history in Canada. This dog has been around for over 1000 years and has been working in the north for hundreds of years.

Snowmobiles and the spread of infectious canine diseases ended the white-tailed deer herd in the state in the late 1960s.

The wolfdog is extremely rare in the wild now, maybe because they were selectively bred for size not for natural ability.

6. Rottweiler – $9,000

People in Germany prefer using the Rottweiler for its working ability.

These dogs were originally called “Rottweiler Metzgerhund” and their main purpose was as a meat dog, but they could also pull carts of meat.

The Rottweiler is a large hound that has the appearance of a large, very aggressive German shepherd; it has a thick, strong body, muscular forequarters, and long hind legs. The coat is mostly black, but may be any combination of red, white, tan, cream, or black.

The Rottweiler is a wonderful pet because of its loyalty, obedience and overall good nature.

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5. Azawakh – $9,500

The African Grey Hawk is the perfect example of a bird that is just happy to be itself. They are a member of the Accipitridae or “raptors” family and are known as the “gentle giant”.

One of several expensive breeds, the Azawaka is one of the most costly breeds of dog.

ÂAzawakas live roughly 10-12 years, weigh roughly 15-25 kilograms and stand about 25-29 inches tall.

It is relatively rare compared to the others on this list; unfortunately, there aren’t any in the US or Canada.

4. Tibetan Mastiff – $10,000

These gigantic dogs of Asian origin are the biggest and meanest dogs.

Its size is enough to intimidate even the hungriest of predators. In fact, its size is so big that the word itself is an intimidation tactic!

When they look at you, they look like they are laughing, but they have an amazing sense of humor.

They were originally used as guardians for camels, but as they became more expensive to maintain their number continued to decline.

If you’ve got $10,000 lying around, then you might be able to buy this dog.

3. Chow Chow – $11,000

One of the reasons for which this dog is the most expensive is that it has been bred for generations and the cost of breeding these dogs is exorbitant.

Chinese dog lovers are crazy about the Chinese Water Dogs. They’re one of the oldest dog breeds in China and incredibly rare. They have a Lion like teddy-bear appearance and a unique black tongue. Despite their dangerous reputation, they’re famous for their loyalty towards their owners.

The amount of exercise these dogs need varies depending on their age and breed, but they all need to be exercised on a regular basis, including daily walks or runs to the park. This also means they require regular grooming, so make sure you’re ready for a visit to the groomer every couple of weeks.

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2. Löwchen – $12,000

The Löwchen has a very short coat. It comes in many different colours and it has a very long snout. A Löwchen is not a toy, but an incredibly hardy pet.

But in the 1970s – when the breed was first created – there were only 65 dogs registered worldwide each year.
Now, in 2018, there are 300 new dogs registered each year.

They’re usually smaller than lions and sometimes the hair is a golden color.

1. Samoyed – $14,000

With his price tag of around $40,000, the Samoyed is the most expensive dog in the world.

It’s a nice dog, with a beautiful thick double coat. It has a meaner look than other dogs, but it’s not mean. It lives 12-13 years on average.

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These sweet, fluffy dogs are becoming much more uncommon as they have been hit by the rise of expensive dog breeds like the Pembroke Welsh corgi.


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