Top 10 most expensive dog breeds in the world
The Rottie is powerful, calm, trainable, courageous and devoted to its owner and family. Loyal and protective, it will defend its family fiercely if needed, seemingly immune to pain. Serious, even-tempered, brave, confident and courageous, this breed needs an owner who is strong minded, calm, but firm and able to handle this dog's massive size. The Rottie is a docile, natural guard dog with a laid-back, reliable temperament. It is highly intelligent and has proven its worth beyond question in police, military and customs work over many centuries and can be trained for competitive obedience.
#9 Cavalier King Charles Spaniel - $2,000+
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a well-proportioned little dog.The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an eager, affectionate and happy dog, always seeming to be wagging its tail. Outgoing and sportive, these fearless lively little dogs are eager and willing to please. They are intelligent enough to understand what you want and therefore are usually easy to train and respond well to gentle obedience training. They are said to be naturally well behaved and get along well with other dogs and non-canine pets. Cavaliers love people, enjoy companionship, and need rules to follow and limits to what they are allowed to do.
#8 Saluki - $2,500
The Saluki is a slim, Greyhound-like dog.The Saluki is gentle, friendly, even-tempered and extremely devoted. It can be somewhat aloof, even with its family. This loyal dog may become attached to one person. Good with children who do not try and roughhouse with it. Sensitive, this breed does not take kindly to harsh discipline. It must be trained with calm, gentle, but firm, consistency. These dogs are fairly submissive by nature to people and dogs and are easily distracted.
#7 Tibetan Mastiff - $2,500 - $3,000
The Tibetan Mastiff is an ancient breed and type of domestic dog originating with nomadic cultures of Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Tibet and Central Asia.They were used to guard property during the day and they were let loose at night. Good guard dogs could watch an entire city successfully.The name Tibetan mastiff is a misnomer; it is not a true mastiff. The term "mastiff" was used primarily because it meant "large dog". Mastiffs have a tendency to do things that please their owner, so with the proper training you could have a loyal pooch who responds to your commands.
#6 English Bulldog - $3,500 +
The English Bulldog is a wide, medium-sized, compact dog with short legs.Although the English Bulldog's appearance can be somewhat intimidating, it is among the gentlest of dogs. Just the same it will see off any intruder, and few would risk a close encounter with a dog brave enough to bait a bull. It is described as a very affectionate and dependable animal, gentle with children, but known for its courage and its excellent guarding abilities.
#5 Chow Chow - $3,000 - $5,000
The Chow Chow is a well-mannered dog. Quite good with children. If they get to know cats and other household animals when they are young, they will get along with them when they are adults. Should be thoroughly socialized preferably when they are young.
#4 Akita - $2,000 - $6,000
The Akita breed originated in Japan.There are two separate varieties of Akita: a Japanese strain, known as the "Akita Inu" or "Japanese Akita"; and an American strain, known as the "Akita" or "American Akita".Akita dogs are docile, courageous, fearless, and surprisingly intelligent. They are family oriented dogs. Akitas socialize well and they can be very spontaneous. The Akita needs a firm and confident pack leader or else they will act spontaneously and out of order often.
#3 Pharaoh Hound - $2,500 - $6,000
The Pharaoh Hound is a tall, slender, athletic sighthound. The length of the body is slightly longer than it is tall. The neck is long and lean, slightly arched. In the house you will find that the Pharaoh Hound is peaceful and calm but when you take it outside, it will be ready to play anything that you want. It's important that you get this breed enough exercise each day or else it will begin to act up.
#2 Samoyed - $4,000 - $7,000
Originating from Siberia, the Samoyed is a devoted and friendly man's best friend who is not afraid to be playful when the time is right. It's much too friendly for you to use it as a watchdog, although it will definitely alert you when they are in the presence of someone strange.Samoyeds have a dense, double layer coat.Males coats are more profuse than females. There is a ruff around the neck and shoulders, framing the head. Coat colors include pure white, biscuit, yellow and cream. Sometimes white with silver tips. Pure white is preferred in the show ring.
#1 Lowchen - $5,000+
The Lowchen, also called the Little Lion, is a small dog whose coat is often cut to resemble the look of a lion. The head is short with a broad skull.You will find that they are easily trained. If you do not display proper leadership qualities with a Lowchen, you will find yourself with a dog that is strong-willed and arrogant in its actions.The most popular colors are white, black and lemon but it can also come in a speckled coloring.
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