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.

Samoyed:

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

Lowchen:

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.

Akita:

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

Azawakh:

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.

Rottweiler:

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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