Most expensive dog breeds in the world
Afghan Hound -
When it comes to long-haired dogs, you've probably never seen one like this. With its gorgeous locks, the Afghan Hound can cost up to $2,500.
Before Akitas had an official name, they were referred to simply as "snow country dogs." Today, this Japanese dog breed costs between $900 and $1,500.
Priced between $1,500 and $2,500, this unique long-nosed dog breed is ultra-lean and elegant.
Black Russian Terrier -
Not all terriers are small. A muscular and powerful dog, the Black Russian Terrier costs on average $3,000 to $5,000.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel -
Probably one of the cutest little fur nuggets you'll ever meet, these pups are also some of the most expensive breeds, too.
Chow Chow -
With an enormous fluffy face and blue tongue, this Chinese dog is a truly unique breed. They can cost between $900 and $1,500.
Czechoslovakian Wolfdog -
Priced at about $1,500, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog has a linage that dates back to 1955 when it was created during an experiment.
French Bulldog -
Known for their preciously sweet snorts and snores, this short-legged doggo costs on average $2,500 to $4,000.
Golden Retriever -
One of the most popular dog breeds in the world, this good-natured pup can cost between $2,000 and $3,000.
Irish Wolfhound - One of the tallest and heaviest breeds around, they can cost up to $3,000.
Rhodesian Ridgeback -
A graceful and loyal breed, they were originally bred with wild African dogs. They cost around $2,500.
This powerful German dog breed was initially developed to guard and hold cattle. Today, it can absolutely be a loving family dog.
Famously known for their cheerful smile, this adorable Russian dog breed is one of the most expensive in the world.
Also known as the Kochi-ken, the Shikoku looks similar to a wolf and is named after a Japanese island. The price for this pup can go up to $3,000.
Staffordshire Bull Terrier -
Often confused with a Pit Bull, a Bull Terrier, or an American Staffordshire Terrier, the Staffie is a sweet-natured dog.
Tibetan Mastiff -
Selling at around $3,000 to $5,000, a particular Tibetan Mastiff was one of the most expensive doggos ever sold.