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Most Expensive Dog Breeds
Most Expensive Dog Breeds
1. Most Expensive Dog Breeds
The dog is said to be man s best friend. But some time these friends come so expensive especially if they are pure bred pedigrees. There are a variety of factors which make them expensive. Their rarity or purity of breed can make them extremely expensive. Recently, the one year old, golden-haired Tibetan Mastiffhas been sold in China for almost $2 million, making it the most.
2. Lowchen
And top in our most expensive dog breeds list is the Lowchen.This dog is also known as the Little Lion Dog or toy dog and by the American Kennel Club as a non-sporting dog. The Lowchen is one of the most rare and unique dog breeds in the world. New registrations of this dog every year number only in the hundreds. Price tag is minimum $7000.
3. Rottweiler
The Rottweiler makes it to number 2 in our most expensive dog breeds list. It is a large size breed of domestic dog, that is good-natured, placid, devoted and obedient. They are used today as police, military and companion dogs. They can be overly aggressive to strangers and other animals, though, and needs proper socialization and training from a young age. Rottweiler is priced for minimum $7, 000.
4. Samoyed
Siberian dogs that were bred by nomadic reindeer herders for herding and pulling sleds Samoyeds today are one of the most expensive dog breeds and are sold for between $6,500 $12,000. It s a loving and playful breed that gets along well with its family, they are excellent companions for little children as well as an old age. It can be overprotective at times and are also known to be a bit stubborn, so it s important to socialize them early and have a firm hand in training.
5. German Shepherd
In at No. 4 as the most expensive dog breeds in the world has to be the very intelligent and versatile Alsation which can sell for a minimum price $6,500. German Shepherd was originally developed to guard and herd flocks of sheep but today makes for an ideal companion and, among other things, police, guard, war and search-and-rescue dog. Because of their versatility and skill set, a well-trained German Shepherd can be a costly expense.



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