Not sure what dog to buy or what dog suits your socialite personality? Try browsing on the some of the most expensive dog breeds that will sure make your way to dog-owner stardom. These dogs are expensive mostly because of their rarity and impressing characteristics.
Traditionally, the specie of dogs is considered one of the friendly animals living in our planet. In fact, the common normative view implicated by our society towards their kind is the popular notion – “man’s best friend”. Not surprisingly, many people decide to take care of a dog for many different reasons, such as (1) companionship, (2) family practice – especially couples who are planning to set in together, (3) breeding purposes and (4) to promote their luxurious image.
Yes, this is definitely true. Whether breeders or caretakers accept or deny this fact, it is there, existing at the back of your subconscious. Luxury dogs are not entirely branded as being an animal user; rather, some breeders even prefer luxury dogs for many different reasons, and two of these are for uplifting their social status and selling the dogs. In this article, I have introduced to you the top ten most expensive dogs as per the latest price indications in United States of America. However, these are entirely supported by 2007 to 2008 price census that I’ve gathered from different veterinary books.
1St: The first on the list is the world’s famous and exquisitely rare breed called Samoyed, which costs around $3000 to $8000.
As seen in the top image, the puppy Samoyed is one of the most delicate and sensitive pet to handle due to their great deal of requirements. Food, shelter, room temperature and relationship with their master are all critical to their development.
This huge (Males: 20-32.5 kg or 44-65 lb; Females 17-25 kg or 37-55 lb) white, always smiling and sweet Samoyed dogs are incredibly rare breeds of dogs, which happened to become obsolete after the Russian Revolution in 1917. So, why is it expensive? Simply because Samoyed are one of the 14 ancient dogs who happened to be around for the last 3,000 years (Derr, 2004). In addition, their kind is considered rare already due to the low number of breeders interested and capable of maintaining the expensive maintenance of this dog.
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