The Price Tags Of These Top 3 World’s Costliest Dogs Will Surprise You!

May 13, 2020 3 min read

The Price Tags Of These Top 3 World’s Costliest Dogs Will Surprise You!

There are so many costly things in this world that cannot be afforded but have you ever come across the thought of buying one of these costliest dogs in the world? Maybe you should give it a second thought because buying these most expensive dogs in the world could lead you to sell your own properties. So if you are interested to buy a dog that can cost you a fortune then maybe you should read this article before going for it. Know more about them and then buy one of these expensive dog breeds.  

TIBETAN MASTIFF (UP TO $7,000)

The Tibetan mastiff, one of the largest dogs in the world, is an ancient breed indigenous to Nepal and China. Tibetan mastiffs are known to be territorial and strong-willed, and they need to be trained and socialized.They can become destructive when bored or confined, so you will want to make sure you give this dog plenty to do. Just like pandas, purebred Tibetan mastiffs are extremely rare, so their price tag is high. In the recent years, a rare Tibetan mastiff price reaches around $1.9 million in China.

ROTTWEILER (UP TO $7,000)

Rottweilers were originally bred as pulling dogs. They are fearless, territorial and protective of their owners. It is important to start socialization at an early age, even though Rottweilers are generally good-natured and placid. They are great family pets, as celebrity Rottweiler owners like Will and Jada Pinkett Smith can confirm. While Rottweilers are fairly common, champion lines found at dog shows can cost up to $7,000. They can also get expensive when it comes to trips to the vet. Unfortunately, they are prone to cancer, allergies, gastric torsion and hypothyroidism.

GERMAN SHEPHERD ($6,500)

Another well-known breed on the list, the large, loyal German shepherd is protective of its owners. Their willingness to learn and eagerness to have a purpose has made them highly sought after by the police and military. German shepherds from a strong working bloodline tend to cost more due to the expenses in breeding and training. Similarly, adult German shepherds that have already proven to be good show or breeding dogs will have a heftier price tag. They make excellent guard dogs and are very popular with presidents. President Franklin Roosevelt loved the breed!

AKITA ($4,500)

Akitas, one of the most popular expensive dog breeds, are strong and dominant and can be aggressive towards other dogs if not properly trained. Akitas also tend to act like felines. They like to clean themselves after eating and may even clean up their owners! The price range on Akitas can vary. Both strains of Akitas (Akita Inu and American Akita) can be expensive. However, purebred Japanese Akitas often sell for more, especially outside of Japan. They are indeed one of the most expensive dogs in the world.

SAMOYED ($4,000-$10,000)

Samoyed dogs are tough, strong and competitive, thanks to their origins as reindeer herders. They have an adorably alert expression and a friendly predisposition that makes them good family dogs. Surely some great traits for them being the world's most expensive dogs. Samoyeds are known for digging, so make sure you keep them busy or else you might fall into a hole in your yard! You just need to train the dogs well to keep them in control. Samoyeds are hard to breed so they're not very common. If you are concerned about all that hair, don't be because Samoyeds are hypoallergenic, making them great for allergy sufferers.

So this was all I wanted to talk about the most expensive dogs in the world. So if you have anything to share with us about these most expensive dogs, let us know in the comment section. PupNPaws has set up some of the best-customized dog bandanas and other personalized T shirts for all the dog moms and dog lovers. Do check them out for sure! Stay in touch for some more freshly brewed content.  


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