The 5 Most Expensive Dogs In The World

The 5 Most Expensive Dogs In The World - Panama Dog Daycare

There are hundreds of different dog breeds that can be found throughout the world, each with its own history, character and particularities. Although dog lovers know that these great four-legged friends are priceless, the truth is that there are breeds that, due to their characteristics or exclusivity, are among the most expensive in the world.

Any dog has its cost, like food. It does not matter if you choose fluffy dogs, small dog breeds, dogs that look like teddy bears, intelligent dog breeds or loyal dog breeds. Every dog needs his care such as: veterinary care, food, toys, treats, grooming and a walk in the park. Of course, there’s also the initial cost of buying the dog (unless you’re adopting a shelter dog), which is the criteria we used for this list of the most expensive dog breeds. Let’s meet The 5 Most Expensive Dogs In The World!

1. Tibetan Mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff Average Cost: $3,000–$5,000

A red Tibetan Mastiff named Big Splash is the most expensive dog ever sold. His new owner shelled out around $1.5 million to bring home a then 11-month-old 180-pound puppy. Sure, the size of the Tibetan Mastiff could be intimidating and scary, but it’s actually a very affectionate family dog breed, if a little aloof and territorial with strangers.

2. Samoyed

Samoyed Average Cost: $2,500–$5,000

Dog originating from the Samoyed semi-nomadic peoples who emigrated from Asia to Siberia. It is a breed that is very resistant to the harsh climate of the Siberian lands and that in these towns they were used to pull sleds, hunt and herd. It is also a very familiar dog, independent, friendly, intelligent, strong-willed, resistant and also listed as one of the oldest dog breeds.

3. Akita-inu

Average Akita Inu Cost: $2,500–$5,000

The Akita Inu is an ancient Japanese breed, which even for many Japanese is considered sacred. Inu means dog in Japanese and Akita is the area from which it comes. An affectionate, sweet, brave animal, protective of his own and a very good dog to live with children. In the past, this breed was used as a hunting dog and later became a companion dog.

4. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Average Cost: $2,500–$3,500

These pups have a lot more than good looks to melt your heart. They also have superpowers that grant comfort and are sensitive to what humans need, whether it’s a snuggle session to soothe anxiety or a light-hearted distraction with their cheeriness after a hard day.

5. Chow Chow

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Average Cost: $2,500–$3,500

Originally from Mongolia and northern China, it is one of the oldest breeds in the world. It is known worldwide for its blue colored tongue. He has a rather solitary character and is not the most affectionate but he is not aggressive.

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