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World's Most Expensive Dog Breeds

Feeding a dog, of any breed, is not cheap. You can't go wrong with any dog breed, whether it's a fluffy dog, a toy dog, a dog that looks like a teddy bear, a smart dog, or a loyal dog.

Average Tibetan Mastiff cost:  $3,500–$5,000 The most expensive dog ever sold was a Red Tibetan Mastiff named Big Splash. 

1. Tibetan Mastiff

Average Black Russian Terrier cost: $3,000–$5,000 The Black Russian Terrier defies the stereotype of little, cute terriers. They weigh 140 pounds and stand 30 inches tall when all four paws are on the scales. 

2. Black Russian Terrier

Cost: $2,500–$5,000 This lovely, fluffy Russian dog breed is one of the most expensive. That smile does more than warm our hearts. 

3. Samoyed

French Bulldogs average $2,500–$4,000. This fun-loving, short-haired dog breed may be your ideal short-legged pet. No more groomer visits.

4. French Bulldog

Cost: $2,500–$4,000 The German name Löwchen (pronounced lerv-chun) means "little lion dog," emphasizing "little." 

5. Löwchen

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels average $2,500–$3,500. These adorable pups have more than just cuteness. They have comfort-giving superpowers and are sensitive to what humans need.

6. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Average Bernese Mountain Dog cost: $2,500–$3,500 Berners check off a lot of boxes for people looking for a large and affectionate dog.

7. Bernese Mountain Dog

Cost: $2,500–$3,500. Biewer is pronounced "beaver" despite not resembling a beaver. Gertrude and Werner Biewer named these Yorkshire Terrier-likes.

8. Biewer Terrier

Average Staffordshire Bull Terrier cost: $2,000–$3,500 Everyone confuses this breed with a Pit Bull, Bull Terrier, or American Staffordshire Terrier. Dog-oriented blood sports also have a sad history.

9. Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Average St. Bernard cost: $1,500–$3,500 More people are visiting parks and trails for fresh air and relaxation. If you want to share that serenity with a huge, rugged mountain dog who loves adventure,

10. St. Bernard

Cost: $2,500–$3,000. Their tri-color coats, rugged appearance, and powerful bodies are identical. Additionally, they are all costly dog breeds.

11. Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Dogs With the Shortest Lifespans