Most expensive dog breed

Siberian Husky Siberian Huskies are stunning dogs, but require a lot of grooming to keep their coat in tip-top condition. You can expect to pay up to $6000 for a top of the range Husky pup

Bernese Mountain Dog These large dogs may look like bears, but their affectionate natures and trainability make them a breed that is always in high demand. As such, a puppy can cost $1500 to $3000.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are known for their lovely temperaments and long coats. They brighten every room they enter, but need regular grooming to care for their coat

German Shepherd A well bred German Shepherd will set you back around $2500- $3000, but a blue or white coat will send that price skyrocketing, as these colors are rare and prized by breeders.


French Bulldog One of the most popular dog breeds, a French Bulldog will set you back between $2000 and $6000 depending on their coat and eye color. French Bulldogs are notorious for their health problem

Tibetan Mastiff Tibetan Mastiffs generally cost between $2000 and $6000, but dogs from top bloodlines can sell for tens if not hundreds of thousands, with one 11-month-old dog selling for $1.5 million

St. Bernard St. Bernards are big, which means they eat a lot, and long haired dogs need maintenance for their coats. On top of that, a pup will cost you $1000 to $2000

Irish Wolfhound Another big dog, the Irish Wolfhound might set you back up to $3,000, depending on the breeding and gender of the pup. 

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