Most adorable and costliest dogs that every dog lover would love to keep

“Dogs are not your whole life but they can make your life whole” - an amazingly true quote I came across today. This part of your life can cost you more than anything else but yes the dogs will definitely love you unconditionally and it is very difficult to choose your favorites among these four-legged furry cute friends on the planet that makes you aww and wow by their looks.

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Other than loving you unconditionally, these creatures are extremely loyal, social, beautiful and watchful also. The love for the puppies and dogs does have a side effect – it’s addictive! The cost of the different breeds of dogs is decided based on different parameters including its age, its color, its fur quality and most importantly how well the breed gets along with family members and strangers as well. 

Below is a list of few costliest and lovely dogs breeds that you can add to your list to get soon – 

⦁ Chow Chow – $11,000-

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Commonly known as chow, lovingly called as Chow Chow. Found mostly in parts of China, where it is referred to as Songshi-Quan which means “puffy lion dog”. This serene and powerful breed of dogs has a thick and coarse coat of fur in red, black, blue, cinnamon, or cream color on his body. 

⦁ Akita – 8000$

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Originally it is a breed of Japan, there are two types of Akita breeds found in the world; Japanese strain (also known as Akita Inu) and American strain (also known as American Akita). 
American Akitas comes in all colors but Japanese strains are seen only in five different colors including pure white, fawn, red, sesame and brindle. 

⦁ Canadian Eskimo Dog – $8,750

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Canadian Eskimo dog is also known as Qimmiq or Qimmit, and belongs to an artic breed of the working dogs. This breed of dogs is under the threat of extinction as only 300 or the pure breed dogs are left and the reason behind this is the increasing demand for snowmobiles for transportation.

⦁ Tibetan Mastiff – $20,000

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This breed belongs to the mastiff family which is considered as a primitive breed of dogs having a hard body cover. The breed originates from the nomadic cultures of Tibet, China, Mongolia, Nepal, and India and the local tribes use them to protect sheep from wolves, leopards, bears and other wild animals.

⦁ Rottweiler – $9,000

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The breed in German is known as Rottweiler Metzgerhund, meaning Rottweil butchers' dogs. These are domestic dogs and their size varies from medium to large, most importantly they are good family guardians and friends. Earlier, they were also used in military and police forces for the purpose of searching and rescuing.

⦁ The Dogo Argentino – $8,000

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Belonging to the muscular breed of dogs, Dogo Argentino is a large-sized white dog. For being used as a big game hunting including the wild boar, this breed was developed in Argentina. Dogo Argentino is an excellent watchdog and fearless hunters; also he is a friendly and jolly breed which makes them an excellent companion.

⦁ Pharaoh Hound – $7,500

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Pharaoh Hound is the national dog of Malta, he was the dog of kings and hunted gazelles with pharaohs, and hence got his name. The breed is also known as Kelb tal-Fenek in Maltese, which means “dog of the rabbit” and also used for the purpose of hunting rabbits in many areas of the Maltese Islands.

⦁ French Bulldog - $1,500-$3,000

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French bulldogs were produced because of the cross between Toy Bulldogs and local ratters in the 1800s and belong to the domestic breed of dogs. It is the most popular dog of the United Kingdom and is very famous for being kept as pets.

⦁ Samoyed – $14,000 

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This breed is brilliant, social, and mischievous that always demands attention, making them perfect for families and children. The Samoyed is also known as Bjelkier and is a Russian dog. The name of this dog was taken from the Samoyedic peoples of Siberia and has a thick double-layered white coat on its body.

I hope that this list would have taken your heart and mind, the breeds are extremely beautiful and yes they cost a lot but that’s what made them unique and their features and qualities make them adorable too.

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