Most of us love our dogs, yes? They can be the most adorable and loyal beings in the world, and they are our best friends. The way how we behave to our dog friends affects them greatly, they can be really sad if we act like jerks to them.
We usually have the money to afford them and to make sure they are not hungry, but there are some dog breeds that are insanely expensive, in fact so expensive that it will make you dizzy.
Тhis breed of dogs is incredibly old, they are old as ancient Egyptians! It is said that they were actually mummified with their owners. They cost up to $2500.
Peruvian Inca Orchid
This breed is most famous by the fact that it is hairless. Yes, they don’t have any hair whatsoever on their body. These dogs date back to the ancient times as they are known to be present during the pre-Incan times.
They are represented on Incan pottery, and their feces and urine were considered to have healing powers. This breed costs $3000 on average.
They got their name after Azawakh Valley in Sahara, from where they originate. These dogs are bred to hunt, but they prefer to guard livestock.
Their long thin legs resemble that of a greyhound and help them run up to 40 miles per hour. They require exercise and very demanding maintenance. They can be bought at the price of $3000.
There are many breeds that are famous for their loyalty to their owners but none as Akita. They were used to guard royal families and nobles. They go as high as $4500.
There is not much that isn’t known about this breed of dogs. They are used today as police and guard dogs because of their fearlessness. Their prices vary alot unlike some other dog breeds, they go from $2500 to $6000.
Originating from Tibet, Mongolia, India and Nepal, this dog breed is a sight to see. Sometimes their appearance can make you question whether is this actually a dog or a bear.
Through a mitogenome study, we can confirm that the lineage of this breed comes from gray wolves 58,000 years ago. Price is $2000 usually, but one specific man bought a red Tibetan puppy for $2 million dollars which grew to be 33 inches tall and weighed 160 pounds.
Its name comes from the Samoyedic people of Siberia. Their puppies are bought for approximately $8000.
Little lion or Löwchen
You might have seen this dog in old paintings, drawings and tapestries from the sixteenth century. Most dogs are used as guards but Löwchen is there to keep you company, not to protect. They are healthy dogs that don’t shed and are unlikely to have an allergic reaction. It costs up to $10,000.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Known to be affectionate, fearless and mostly sociable and patient, they are also known as a toy dog by The Kennel Club and are family dogs that act amiable and are high spirited.
Every spaniel now is a descendant of the six dogs that survived World War 2. They are subjected to various health problems so that makes their maintenance very expensive – they cost $14,000.
Maybe the world’s most famous breed, German Shepherd is a large-sized dog that originates from Germany, as its name says. These dogs are used for police work, rescuing and for the disabled.
They rank third as the most intelligent dog breed. Their cost varies from $3000 to $23 000 depending on the training and some other things that should be considered when buying this powerful breed.