How to Pick the Right Dog. There are more than 340 dog breeds in the world (though only 167 are recognized in the US), and every dog has a different character. Dog people will agree their pets make the best and most loyal friends, but it looks like some of them aren’t only dear to your heart but also cost a fortune. Here’s a list of the most expensive dogs that are pretty popular as pets worldwide.
TIMESTAMPS Newfoundland (about $1,500) # Samoyed (about $1,500) # Saint Bernard (about $1,500) # Bedlington Terrier (about $1,500) # Irish Wolfhound (about $1,900) # Black Russian Terrier (about $2,000) # Landseer (about $2,000) # Cane Corso ($1,500–$4,000) # Portuguese Water Dog (about $2,500) # English Bulldog (about $3,000) # Akita (about $3,500) # Dogo Argentino (about $3,900) # Chinese Crested Hairless (about $5,000) # Canadian Eskimo Dog ($1,500–$6,000) # German Shepherd ($800–$6,500) # Pharaoh Hound ($3,000–$7,000) # Rottweiler ($1,500–$7,000) # Lowchen ($3,000–$7,000) # Chow Chow ($3,000–$9,000) # Tibetan Mastiff ($5,000–$9,000) # Bonus: The most expensive dog in the world according to the Guinness World Records #
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SUMMARY -The average lifespan of a Newfoundland is from 9 to 10 years. Newfoundlands need regular grooming, which costs approximately $65 per visit. -The Samoyed is one of the oldest dog breeds. These dogs have genetic footprints that are close to wolves. -The life expectancy of a Saint Bernard is between 8 and 10 years, and the grooming of this giant breed will cost approximately $65 per visit. -Bedlington Terrier with a good pedigree will cost you slightly more than $1,500, and the grooming of this unusual dog averages out at $50 a visit. -The Irish Wolfhound, “a gentle giant”, is totally family friendly and gets along with almost anyone. -Black Russian Terrier will become your best friend for about $2,000. -Landseer is classified as “giant” and was originally bred as a working dog. -The Cane Corso is a type of mastiff. It has a short dark coat and can grow as tall as 27” and weigh 120 lb. -Portuguese water dogs were bred as excellent swimmers and trained to help Portuguese fishermen. -On top of the $3,000 that you’ll pay for an English Bulldog pup, you might have to spend an additional $5,000 on their health. -Akitas are incredibly affectionate toward their masters. Cold weather switches on a “turbo button” these dogs seem to possess. -The Dogo Argentino is a guardian dog as well as a big-game hunter. These dogs can grow as tall as 27” and weigh up to 100 lb. -Chinese Crested Hairless are mostly bare with hair only on their tail, head, and feet. Nothing else covers them or protects them from the cold. -The Canadian Eskimo Dog is one of America's rarest and oldest purebred canines. They were bred for work: hunting and pulling sleds. -German Shepherds were historically used as herding dogs. Their life expectancy is about 12 years, and one visit to a grooming salon may cost about $40. -The price for Pharaoh Hounds can vary from $3,000 to $7,000. -Rottweilers often serve in the military or police force. When they are properly trained, they make good pets as they are fiercely loyal. -Another name for a Lowchen is Little Lion Dog. Their lifespan is pretty long and can reach 15 years. -Chow Chow first appeared in China, and these dogs have most likely been around for more than 2,000 yearsю -The Tibetan Mastiff is officially the most expensive dog breed. -The record for the most expensive dog in the world belongs to a Tibetan Mastiff called Big Splash. It was sold in 2011 for $1,513,417.
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