One way or another, pets have always become a part of our lives. Whether it is as a hobby or love for animals, who would not want a cute pet to play with and walk around, while talking about the pets, I would categorically say dogs in this case. Some might adopt a pet or just take it out of the streets and take pretty good care of them.
It is always good to have a dog in the house. Everyone wants the right dog breed, but at what cost? So, here are the lists of some most expensive dogs races in the world, which only riches can afford to have.
10. The Afghan Hound – $7000
Called by the local name Tāžī Spay or Sag-e Tāzī, The Afghan hound originated from Afganistan, Iran, and Pakistan which is a hunting dog. They are mostly used to evade the ant-eaters. They have long silky hair with a curly turn. Afghan hounds have a lifespan of 12 – 19 years. When it comes to the price of an Afghan hound, you can get it at a much lower rate of $7,000 to which extra costs up to $3000 can be expected for feeding and grooming.
9. The Pharaoh Hound – $7500
Pharaoh Hound, also called Kelb tal-Fenek, or rabbit dog, was traditionally used for hunting rabbits in the rocky mountains of the Maltese Islands. It is one of the rare dogs with bulk less but strengthy and elegant body structure.
The base price of this breed is around $7500, making it to the 9th position in our list.
8. The Dogo Argentino – $8000
Dogo Argentino is a muscular hunting dog whose ancestors are Cordoba Fighting Dog and the Great Dane. It was mainly used for chasing down wild hogs. The Dogo Argentino is illegal to be kept in some places like the UK and Colorado.
It has a life span of 12-14 years but still prone to diseases like deafness and dysplasia. The number can be much lower sometimes. Costing up to $8000, and adding up about the vet bills of average $1,600, The Dogo Argentino comes 8th in our list.
7. The Canadian Eskimo – $8700
The Canadian Eskimos are one of the rarest dogs to be found and are on the verge of extinction. It resembles the husky dog breeds and has a wolfy look. Although they are beautiful, Canadian Eskimos are not supposed to be ideal for family keeping as It has overreacting nature and precisely territorial.
This rare Canadian Eskimo dog breed costs around $8700.
6. Rottweiler – $9000 per year
The cutest dog in the list but not merely the expensive one, Rottweiler managed to be in the list due to its health issues and expenses. Normally, Rottweiler can be bought for around $1000 to $2000, but the more costly is its vet bills.
Rottweiler has a weak gene making it prone to almost all dog diseases. So, It needs great care, and its insurance only might cost you up to $500. With an average life span of 9 years, this family-friendly dog would increase your bills by $9000 per annum.
5. Azawakh – $9500
Originated from West Africa and relatives to the Indian and Mid- eastern hounds, Azawakh is one of the most expensive hunting dogs to buy. Azawakhs have a proper body structure as well as the immunity system as they only have epilepsy and generally have a great healing ability.
The breed needs regular exercise and has an average life span of 12 to 15 years. Azawakh costs from $9500 to $1000.
4. Tibetan Mastiff
This large looking breed originated from Tibet mainly used for protecting sheep from bears, wolves, and other wild animals. Tibetan Mastiffs have a surprising look that resembles a lion, and all well-grown Mastiff can weigh up to 150 pounds.
These breeds are well known for protecting the families and used as protectors or guardians. Tibetan Mastiff has also become a way to show their wealth in China. In the history of Dog breeding, the most expensive Tibetan mastiff was for $2 million in China. But the base price can be as low as $10000.
3. Chow Chow – $11000
Yet another cute dog in our list, Chow chow, also made it to the list due to expenses just like Rottweiler. Chow chow is one of the rarest and oldest dog breeds in the world.
Their life span is 9 to 12 years. They can cost you up to $11000 every year as expenses in grooming, vet, and other health-related issues.
2. Löwchen – $12000
This cute furry dog breed originated from France and is the verge of extinction, making it one of the rarest breeds. They are active, which makes it good for the family. They need a companion and are very playful.
Their life span is up to 14 years. Lowchen is one of the healthiest breeds of dog, so IT won’t add up much in your bills. But, Still due to its cost of about $12000, It is the second-most expensive dog breed.
1. Samoyed – $15000
Samoyed is good to have dog breed but very hard to afford. They have a very kind, loving, mysterious, friendly nature perfect for families. Samoyed is very good at running for miles, so it’s good it let it do what it wants every day.
The number #1 dog in the list is very forward when it comes to piles up the expensive, the reason why it topped the list. Unlike other breeds, Samoyeds does not have weak immunity or susceptible to every disease, but They are very rare and suffer from costly health issues.