We know that having a dog is priceless and even more if it becomes your faithful companion through good and evil. Fortunately, there are canines you can adapt to raise them and love them, but there are also dogs that by their breed and appearance are extremely expensive. Here are interesting animal facts.

10. Akita dog:

Have you heard of the story of a Japanese Akita dog called Hachiko that waited for his master for 10 years. After his owner died of a heart attack, the dog still went to the train station every afternoon to pick his master up hoping to see him again.

The Akita is native of the Akita City and its price is between 1,500 to $4,500. This dog is loyal and compassionate; it is considered a gentle dog but it’s still included within the dangerous breeds because it has a strong jaw that can produce a terrible bite.

It measures up to 2.2 feet and weighs approximately 88 pounds. If you need a friend in a dog, then Akita is the one for you because they prefer human company than any other dog.

9. The hairy collie dog:

This breed comes from Scotland and North England in the beginning, they were raised to care for herds and Great Britain. It is medium in size and can reach a height of 1.8 feet and a weight of 62 pounds. Their coat is abundant and light-colored with white and puppies can be beige brown or white.

It is not a dog that fits any family because being a lover of physical work, it will prefer that their owners are active and love to be outdoors. They are playful, enthusiastic, and surprisingly magnificent because they bring joy to the home but in spite of that, they can also be very sensitive.

8. Dog of Pharaoh:

It is considered to be one of the oldest breeds in the world, its value approaches $6,500 and it is a tall and slender canine with measurements of up to 2.2 feet and a weight of around 55 pounds.

He does need daily exercise since he is a hunting and athletic dog. His fur is thin and short of dark brown or life that will need to be brushed daily. Unlike other races, the Pharaohs dog is independent and an average lifespan of twelve to fifteen and are excellent companions.

7. Rottweiler dog:

The Rottweiler is a stout breed with strong jaws considered an ideal Guardian and police dogs by their rough appearance. Many fear them, but in spite of that, they can be docile and obedient. However, if you educate him in an aggressive environment, he will be a dominant dog, always defensive and will not tolerate any other dog in particular.

This breed is more prone to suffer from parvovirus, so it should be vaccinated annually. It reaches up to 2.2 feet in height and has an excessive weight of 99 to 132 pounds because it has a quick musculature. You could pay from $2000 to $8,000 for this dog.

6. Chow Chow Dog:

Chow Chow is from North China and is one of the oldest breeds that still exists. The dog was a watchdog shepherd and companion in China.

It has a very similar appearance to a cub because it has an abundant coat with the totality that can be red, blue, black, white and cream that make them look adorable.
Chow Chow has a bluish tongue, it measures up to 1.8 feet and can weigh up to 66 pounds. Living with one of these beautiful dogs will cost you from 3000 to $8,500.

5. English bull dog:

This chubby dog is recognized as a symbol in England, it comes from the United Kingdom and is believed to originate from the crossing of the Maltese bulb with Mastiffs formally raised for dogfights in the UK.

However, over time the English bulldog has modified his temperament becoming an adorable companion and capable of being tamed.

It has a large head with round and beautiful black eyes, pointed ears dropped forward, and a voluminous body with short legs. It measures up to 1.3 feet in length and can weigh about 66 pounds. One can cost you from $2,500 to $9,000.

4. Samoyed Dog:

The Samoyed is a tenderly furry dog and mostly white or cream-colored. It is an intelligent, pleasant and somewhat independent pet. Behind his abundant and copious coat hides a muscular body.

He has a fine head with a pointed nose and owns a soft bat muzzle called Sammy’s smile. It’s about 1.9 feet and approaches 66 pounds. This wonderful breed has a lifespan of 10 to 12 years and can cost you about $11,000.

3. King Charles Nights spaniel Dog:

These adorable canines were the favorite mascot of the British royalty. Unlike other dogs, King Charles Spaniel has been a companion dog from the past to the present day.

Caring for a canine like this will cost you the surprising amount of $14,000. They can measure up to 1.1 feet approximately and weigh little more than 18 pounds.

2. German Shepherd Dog:

It is a perfect working breed and although it was raised to watch sheep in the beginning. At the moment, it is a suitable companion that c
an be a guard dog, service dog or police dog. It is a canine capable of fulfilling demanding tasks and has a privileged muscular body and flexible legs.

The German shepherd is also known as the Alsatian, and its temperament is super loyal. It can cost up to $24,000 and approach to point 16 feet in height. The life expectancy is 9 to 13 years.

1. Tibetan Mastiffs Dog:

This dog is similar to a teddy bear and became the most expensive dog in the world after a Chinese millionaire paid the exorbitant of 1 million six hundred thousand dollars.
Besides being beautiful, it is a faithful companion. The dog can measure about 2.3 feet and can get angry when provoked.

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Torsi is a professional blogger.