The 10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds To Own

By Editorial Staff in Facts and DIY On 17th September 2015

#1 English Bulldog

The price of a puppy which can reach up to $3,000 alone.

#2 German Shepherd Dog

A well-bred German Shepherd can be difficult to find, and you're likely to spend around $2,500 regardless of bloodline.

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#4 Chow Chow

This Chinese breed is one of the oldest dog breeds in existence today, as confirmed by DNA test.

With Chows, your overall cost will be the purchase price, the cost of grooming over the lifetime of the dog, and any health issues that may pop up.

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#5 Tibetan Mastiff

Let's not forget the recent story of the Tibetan Mastiff puppy that sold in China for $2 million, although the breed sells for far less elsewhere!

#6 Irish Wolfhound

The Irish Wolfhound is the largest dog breed in existence, and their size must be taken into consideration when thinking about purchasing a puppy or adopting an older dog.

#7 Great Dane

These gentle giants have a personality that's loved by many, and has been bitter sweetly nicknamed "The Heartbreak Breed."

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#8 Rottweiler

These beautiful guardians can be quite expensive to purchase, as a puppy or as an adult dog. Because many are bred for working ability and show quality, the cost of the breed has gone up substantially.

#9 Bernese Mountain Dog

#10 Basset Hound