The Most Expensive Dogs in the World

Share it:


The Bulldog, or Enligh/British Bulldog is a muscular, medium sized-breed with a distinctive hefty face and a pushed in nose. The Bulldog is kind of a national symbol to many British symbolizing determination and pluck. The Bulldogs are kind, courageous and resolute dogs with patient nature. Due to overbreeding Bulldogs tend to have cardiac problems and also cancer. Their lifespan is estimated to 6 years and 3 months. The average price of a bulldog puppy is about $1,500.

Spinone Italiano


An Italian dog breed the Spinone Italiano is a widely spread and versatile gun dog who still masters that purpose. It is a loyal and friendly breed whos history goes back to 500 BC. The Spinone Italiano is traditionalyy used for hunting and retrieveng games, but nowadays it’s also a perfect company dog. The furcoat of these dogs are very versatile, many variation are accepted as purebreeds. The height at withers is 60 to 70cm and the weight range is between 34 to 39kg. The average price of a Spinone Italiano puppy is about $1,750.


Neopolitan Mastiff

One of the oldest breeds on the world, the Neopolitan Mastiff or the “Mastino” is probably the best choice if you want a guard dog, or want your house protected. Due to their large and intimidating presence and appearance, paired with their protective instinct toward their families, noone will enter your home uninvited while these dogs are watching. The size of the Mastiff should measure 66-79cm at the withers with and weigh up to 70 kg. The average price of a purebreed Neo Mastiff can go up to $1,750.

Cane Corso

The Cane Corso, also known as the Italian Mastiff is a highly valued companion dog used for guarding and hunting. The Cane Corso is a large Italian dog closely related to the Neopolitan Mastiff, but it’s more muscular and less bulky. The standard expects ideal dogs to stand 58–70 cm at the withers, with females in the lower range 58–66 cm and males in the higher 62–70 cm. The weigh of the dogs should be kept strictly under 50kg. The Cane Corso is not recommended for novice dog trainers. It requires strong leadership and early and consistent training through the years. The average puppy price is $1,750.

credit :luxxory

Share it:


Post A Comment:


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.