Top 10] Most Expensive Dogs

Tibetan Mastiff 

These large, fluffy dogs originating in the Himalayas can cost between $2,500 and $7,000. They were originally bred as guard dogs for livestock and property. 

Known for their loyalty and dignity, Akitas from reputable breeders range in price from $2,500 to $4,000. They were originally used for guarding royalty and nobility in Japan. 



If well-bred, these powerful working dogs with loving temperaments range from $2,500 to $8,000. Their origins go back to herding livestock in ancient Rome. 

With an elegant, sleek body resembling a greyhound, these rare dogs cost $2,500 to $6,500. They originated in Malta over 5,000 years ago to hunt rabbits. 

Pharaoh Hound 

Canadian Eskimo Dog  

CHardy working dogs built for hauling sleds and a polar climate sell for $3,500 to $5,000. They're an ancient spitz breed from the Arctic region. 

Chow Chow 

Their distinguished lion-like mane and rich blue-black tongue make them unique, explaining the $3,000 to $8,500 price tag. They hail from ancient China as hunters, guarders, and herders. 


This "little lion" with a lion-trimmed look costs around $5,000 thanks to its uncommon status and coat requiring regular trimming. The breed comes from Germany, Belgium, and France. 

With a slim, regal body meant for coursing game in high speeds, Salukis range from $2,500 to $5,000 in cost. They have an ancient Middle Eastern heritage as hunting companions. 


As the tallest of all dog breeds, these gentle giants cost from $1,800 to $7,000 for their sizable appetite and space required. They go back to ancient Rome for hunting wolves and deer. 

Irish Wolfhound 

English Bulldog  

Friendly family dogs today, their function was bull-baiting long ago. Their iconic wrinkled coat and squashed mug helps drive the $3,000 to $9,000 price. Care for their health issues is also expensive 

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