The most expensive dog breeds in the world

Tibetan Mastiff:

Originally bred to protect livestock in the Himalayas, they can fetch prices in the thousands or even millions of dollars, especially for purebred or rare-colored individuals.


 Known for their bright white, fluffy coats and their friendly disposition, these dogs can command high prices, especially with top pedigrees.


Often called "Little Lion Dogs", Lowchens are a rare breed, which contributes to their high cost.

Pharaoh Hound:

This breed, which can blush and turn its ears and nose a deep rose color, has ancient origins and is the national dog of Malta.


This breed includes the Japanese and American varieties. Akitas are powerful, independent, and can be reserved with strangers.


A sighthound originally from West Africa, they're valued for their loyalty and elegant appearance.

Chow Chow:

Recognizable for their lion-like mane and unique blue-black tongues, these dogs have been popular in China for thousands of years.

English Bulldog:

Despite their health problems due to their unique shape and appearance, English Bulldogs are often sought after, leading to high prices.


While they can be fierce protectors, they are also affectionate with their families. A top-quality Rottweiler with an exceptional pedigree can command a high price.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel:

Their friendly disposition and adaptability to living in smaller spaces make them highly desirable, especially in urban settings.

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