18 Dog Breeds That Will Cost You A Fortune 

Dog breeds that not everyone can afford.

18 Dog Breeds That Will Cost You A Fortune 
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I was never fond of pets and always thought that it is not worth to spend extensively on them until I came across one.

Yes, there was a forbidden dog which I found at the entrance of my gate. I had come out to collect the newspaper, when I discovered a cute puppy sleeping silently. I was kind of attracted to it. Picking him up and giving a shelter was the sweetest mistake I did. Yes, a mistake because now I have plenty of dogs, each of different breed, which although, cost me a lot but nevermind, I do not regret it.

It was when I thought of adding a new one to my family of pets; I discovered the high price rates of them at the present date, which I thought of sharing with you.

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1. Bearded Collie

1. Bearded Collie

The best part of having a Bearded Collie is that they can easily adapt to any conditions.

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2. Bichon Frise

2. Bichon Frise
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A Brichon Frise is a playful and intelligent companion.

3. Siberian Husky

3. Siberian Husky
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It's calm but at the same time very lively. They were started using as sledge-drawing dogs in the 1930s.

4. Chow Chow

4. Chow Chow
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Their uniqueness of having a blue tongue and the factor of its high popularity among the American affluent makes Chow Chow an expensive breed.

5. Samoyed

5. Samoyed
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They are known for their calm personalities, sharp intelligence, and sociability. 

6. Komondor

6. Komondor
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They can be easily trained and are known for their devotion towards their owners.

7. Irish Wolfhound

7. Irish Wolfhound
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They are acknowleged for their strength, bravery, and endurance.

8. British Bulldog

8. British Bulldog
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These dogs demand a regular look after. Also, when the mother is ready for delivery, she always requires a C-section. And that is why they make to the list of expensive dogs.

9. Biewer Terrier

9. Biewer Terrier
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This breed is very affectionate, energetic as well as clever.

10. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

10. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

This breed of dogs is popular among the rich, which has ultimately increased their rates by the breeders.

11. Saluki (Persian Greyhound)

11. Saluki (Persian Greyhound)
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The nature of this breed is reserved and prefer to remain aloof.

12. Chinese Chongqing Dog

12. Chinese Chongqing Dog

Just like the name, the breed is also rare. There are only around 2000 that can be found in China.

13. Akita

13. Akita
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Akitas are the national dog of Japan and are considered sacred in the country.

14. Pomeranian

14. Pomeranian

This is a very common breed which first appeared in Germany.

15. Thai Ridgeback

15. Thai Ridgeback
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It is a hunting dog and the national dog breed of Thailand.

16. Affenpinscher

16. Affenpinscher

They were originally used to catch rats.

17. Lowchen

17. Lowchen
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The reduction in their number has led to the increase in the price.

18. Tibetan Mastiff

18. Tibetan Mastiff
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These dogs are considered as the status symbol of China.

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