Top 10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds

1. Tibetan Mastiff – $3,000

The Tibetan Mastiff, which tops the list of pricey dog breeds, also requires expensive grooming, medical care, and feeding supplies.

2. Black Russian Terrier – $2,000

The magnificent Tibetan Mastiff is followed by Black Russian Terriers. Puppies can cost up to $2,000, and mature dogs need routine grooming and medical checkups.

3. Portuguese Water Dog $2,500

Compared to Russian Terriers, which cost roughly $2,500, Portuguese water dogs are a little less expensive to own because they often don't need as much medical attention.

4. Irish Wolfhound – $1,900

Puppies cost about $1,900, and a large dog requires a lot of maintenance. These larger breed dogs do experience particular health problems.

5. Old English Sheepdog $1,250

These cuddly friends may be purchased from breeders for about $1,250 and require grooming. due to health issues including cataracts and hearing loss

6. Golden Retrievers $1,500

Golden Retrievers, one of the most patient breeds, are among the priciest dog breeds, costing roughly $1,500 to buy from a breeder.

7. Saint Bernard
– $1,500

Saint Bernards generally behave in a calm, detached manner. A one-time payment of about $1,500 is trivial in comparison to the roughly $8,000 cost of medical expenses.

8. Alaskan Malamute – $1,000

Highly active and sociable, Alaskan Malamutes are among the most expensive dogs in the world, with an initial cost of about $1,000.

9. Chow Chow $1,250

Due of their protective nature, chow chows make excellent guard dogs. Having a lifespan of 12–15 years, medical costs may be higher than for the other breeds mentioned.

10. Newfoundlands – $1,500

Due to their greater stature, which increases the risk of orthopedic issues, these dogs, which cost about $1,500 to purchase, are among the most expensive dog breeds