Top 10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds Only Rich People Can Afford

10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds You Can Pet If we ask you to define loyalty, what would
be your answer? Forget words when you can just pull up a dog’s
picture, that’s enough definition! Those adorable four legged friends can bring
a smile on your face, uhmm only after they have licked it thoroughly! But the little darlings come at a price, a
not so economical one at that. Yea, you can always get your pup from shelter
homes for free but if you have an affinity for the price tag, we have you covered. So here we bring to you the most expensive
breeds of dogs, check if your favorite one has made it to the list! Number 10. Pharaoh Hound
Did you think that you’d get this athletic and graceful dog without paying a huge sum? You’d better not have such dreams for the
Pharaoh Hound would come to you at a price of about $1500-$2000, certainly not cheap! This chiseled dog is intelligent, independent,
and trainable and lives to about 11-14 years so you have a lot of reasons and time to love
it! Since the dog has less of hair, grooming would
come cheap but maintaining its health could cost you another $1500. So make the choice after you’ve thought
enough! Number 9. Bedlington Terrier
You might mistake this little dog for a lamb, thanks to its features! Don’t take its cute appearance as a sign
of calm and composed behavior, because it is anything but that! The Bedlington Terrier is intelligent, alert,
aggressive and inquisitive. No need to be scared, they love to play with
their family and being the center of attention, that’s cute! But you aren’t getting your hands on this
cutie without paying a hefty sum! Shell out about $1800 to buy it then about
$50 or each grooming session. But what’s going to shock you is the health
expense of $3700 that it comes with! Scary! Number 8. Akita
If you are looking for a family friendly dog with an inseparable bond, Akita is your best
bet. But it aint coming cheap, any Akita pup costing
less than $500 should raise a red flag in your mind! On an average, a pup of this breed should
cost you somewhere between $800- $1000 but it could escalate to $2000 if it is a show
dog or come with breeding rights! Since the dog sheds during spring and fall,
you aren’t missing the grooming costs but the cause of concern here is the health risks
it carries that could cost you about $5000! Think twice before you set your heart to this
bad boy! Number 7. Samoyed
Bring this cutie to your home and spend the next 12 years of your life with a loving companion. This eager to please dog is a dream come true
but only while you are in play mode. The moment you get back to the role of a buyer,
the decision to take Samoyed with you will be a tough one! This pooch can cost you somewhere between
$1000- $1500 but don’t be deceived by this initial cost. No matter how much you adore this white furry
angel, spending $5000 on its health bills won’t be easy so rethink your choice now! Number 6. English Bulldog
Another cute pup in the pile won’t hurt, unless you have to bear the expenses! That kinda sums up our English Bulldog, sorry
but that’s the blunt truth! They are adorable, cute and come with a price
tag of $1500-$3000. Uhmm the expenses aren’t stopping with the
buying cost, just NOT yet! They are at a high risk of health ailments
that can burn some $6000 of yours. Unlike other breeds that mature at about 1
year, the English Bulldog takes a good 3 years to reach maturity and stay with you for no
more than 10 years! That is indeed sad! Number 5. Newfoundland
Dog lover or not, you have heard about this breed, remember “Peter Pan”? Now that your memory is back, be honest about
your desire to pet them! These gentle giants are so adorable that it
is difficult to ignore them. But before you rush off to buy one in a frenzy,
it would be good if you know about the expenses you are loading yourself with. It all starts with buying your pup for about
$1500 and thanks to its coat, you’ll have to spend $65 per session on its grooming. What more you ask? The health expenditure could escalate to more
than $5000, the final decision is yours! Number 4. Chow Chow
Hailing from Northern China, chow chow was called Songshi Quan in its native land which
means “puffy lion dog”, which describes the dog’s appearance on point! Though you can own this furry animal for some
$1000, don’t assume it to be any economical! With its furry appearance and a life span
of 12 years, you can imagine the overall grooming cost with $90 per sitting! Is it beginning to sound expensive? The final bouncer is here people; the dog’s
ailments can drive you to spend more than $10,000 on its health. What more do we say? Number 3. Portuguese Water Dog
As the name suggests, this dog loves water and won’t we love to play in the pool with
him? This curly coated dog was used by fishermen
to bring back lost gear and herd fish to the net but today we know it as a wonderful companion. Maintaining this cutie isn’t cheap, with
medical bills rising to $3000. But if you have your heart set to this dog,
consider adopting it instead of buying. We aren’t calling you miser but shelling
$2500 isn’t for the faint hearts! Number 2. Tibetan Mastiff
If you have tons of wealth that you need to protect and can spend a small share of it
for the security, Tibetan Mastiff is the answer! You need a brilliant guard dog with a loving
and friendly nature and this breed is ideal! But you aren’t getting the entire package
for free, shell out an upward of $2500 and own this friend. Uhmm that’s not the only thing to worry,
a regular grooming would cost you about $70 per sitting. It might live to 14 years but since it is
prone to hip and elbow dysplasia, another $3000 will jump from your pocket for health
bills! You might want to reconsider your pet choice! Number 1. Yorkshire Terriers
One mention of Yorkies and an awwww escapes our lips! That little fluff ball is an entire package
of ultimate cuteness, no denying that! If you have thoughts to cuddle this companion,
be prepared to shell out anything between $1500- $3000, uhmm that’s nowhere modest! The average life span of this cutesy dog is
about 12-15 years, that’s great because you just can’t have enough of it! Not all is so rosy for your beloved Yorkie
because numerous health risks encircle him, costing you somewhere near $10,000. Whoa, that’s too much to pay for a bundle
of cuteness! Which of these are you planning to pet? Tell us in the comment section below. Subscribe to our channel if you liked this
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8 Responses

  1. Chillerz says:

    My neighbours own a samoyed and I own 2 chow chows and I'm not rich… 😀 Great video though!

  2. Mirthe Veenstra says:


  3. Domi says:

    I have a Tibetan Mastiff 🙂

  4. Troll Farts says:

    I love dogs

  5. Tyson Martin says:


  6. Joy Perez says:

    i paid $600 for my yorkie pure bred papered

  7. Esmer Meza says:

    Proud Chow owner, thank God mine is pretty healthy..

  8. Emma Wantuch says:

    My dog is part chow chow but the rescue didn't know that since they had just brought them in he also had "unknown" breeds and was only $300! My mastiff is also part Tibetan (also rescued)

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