Most Expensive Dog Breeds in the World

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Afghan Hound – $7,000

This medium-sized sighthound combines a wide field of vision and explosive speed in order to detect and pursue prey.

Pharaoh Hound – $7,500

This breed is known as Kelb tal-Fenek in Malta, which translates to "rabbit dog," because to its skill at hunting rabbits.

Dogo Argentino – $8,000

The Dogo Argentino, commonly known as the Argentine Mastiff, is a large, white, vicious dog designed to hunt large prey like wild boars and mountain lions. 

Canadian Eskimo – $8,750

The Thule people brought this working dog from Siberia to North America approximately 1,000 years ago.

Rottweiler – $9,000

Most Rottweilers you encounter are mixed breeds. A Rottweiler of pure breed from a genuine German breeder can cost up to $9,000.

Azawakh – $9,500

The Azawakh is a sighthound, meaning it hunts by sight rather than scent. Like to other sighthounds, this dog is incredibly swift. 

Chow Chow – $11,000

The Chow Chow is one of the oldest and rarest breeds of dog in the world. A Chow Chow puppy is approximately $11,000.

Lowchen – $12,000

Since nearly 500 years ago, the Lowchen, often known as the "small lion dog," has been one of the most popular toy dogs in Europe.

Samoyed – $14,000

This white fluffy dog is not only expensive to obtain, but also to keep. A Samoyed puppy costs approximately $14,000.

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog – $50,000

The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is the national dog of Czechoslovakia.

Tibetan Mastiff – $2,000 to Millions

Tibetan Mastiffs can weigh up to 160 pounds, which places them among the world's largest dog breeds.

Akita – $6,500

This massive and muscular dog has a noble disposition but may be explosive and aggressive when necessary. 

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