Most Expensive Dog Breeds in the World?

Tibetan Mastiff

If the price of a dog is based on weight. So pound for pound, the Tibetan Mastiff would be somewhat of a front runner. In this story, a red Tibetan Mastiff named Big Splash is the most expensive dog ever sold. Her new owner shelled out $1.5 million to take the 11-month-old, 180-pound pup home. The size of the Tibetan Mastiff can certainly be intimidating and even intimidating. But they are actually a very affectionate family dog breed. Although a bit inhibited and territorial with strangers.

Black Russian Terrier

We usually think of terriers as cute little dogs. But the Black Russian Terrier is an exception. When all four paws remain on the scales. So they can weigh 140 pounds. and can stand 30 inches tall at the shoulder. They are really muscular and powerful dogs. Which are appropriate for guarding and protection. Like other giant dog breeds that make great pets. They are eager to please. But unlike other pet dogs, they are not strays. And they need lots of exercise and mental stimulation to keep them happy and happy with mischief.

Russian Terrier Price: $3,000–$5,000


Famously known for his heartwarming, infectious smile. This cute and adorable Russian dog breed is one of the most expensive dogs breeds out there. Besides melting our hearts, that smile has a common purpose, too. The raised corners of the lips prevent the dogs from drooling. Due to this, there are no pieces of ice on their face.

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They are loving and gentle with humans of all ages. Creates a happy atmosphere for children and adults. However, they get bored easily. That’s why they live best with those people. Those who have time to indulge in proper exercise and loads of mental stimulation gracefully. Whether it’s hidden and seek outside or an entertaining and challenging dog puzzle inside.

Samoyed Price: $2,500–$5,000

French Bulldog

If you are looking for a cute short-legged dog. Then this fun, short-haired dog breed might be the pup of your fancy. You will not be requested to visit the groomer regularly. But those irresistible wrinkles are noticeable on a daily basis. And keeping them clean and dry is very important.

Speaking of attention, the Frenchie demands lots of love, playtime, and normal interaction from his human family. In truth, that’s probably why they love children so much. As long as they don’t bother, The French might not be loud or quarrelsome barkers, but they are known for their priceless sweet snores and snorts. 

Average French Bulldog Price: $2,500–$4,000


Flowy Mans Some dogs look like lions. But the Löwen has a name that literally means “little lion dog” in German — with an emphasis on “little.” They are not even close to the size of a full-grown lion. Whose weight is only 15 pounds|| and is a little over a foot tall.

They are not even remotely as ruthless as their wild counterparts. Löwchens are playful and agile. Still have a calm demeanor. And they treat smoking tobacco positively with humans of all ages. The luxurious lion mane requires monthly brushing with “lion clips” at least every other day. Which keeps the lovely hair for a long time.

Lowchen cost: $2,500–$4,000

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