10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds

10 most expensive dog breeds

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A dog is a man’s best friend. Often, a woman’s too.  A pet can be a companion, a friend, a perfect cure for many problems of the mind. Many therapists subscribe to the view that pets can be therapeutic in nature and kids growing up with them are likely to have a healthier childhood. Dogs are one of the most intelligent and loyal kinds of pet. They can be playful, brave and faithful and almost like a family member. But there are no free lunches in life. Neither are their dogs. While many animal lovers encourage adopting homeless dogs, many owners want to pick their pet with specific characteristics in mind. The rarer a breed, the more they cost. But some people may be willing to pay the moolah for a companion of their choice. Here’s a list of the most expensive of breeds of dogs.

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  1. carmen pearson

    May 27, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    I am always looking at dog sites. After much thought,I still have to stick with my very favorite; Teacup Yorke female. I talked my daughter into getting one instead of the ugly dog she was looking at. They had a 150ib. Lab at that time, but sadly hey lost him a few years back. They now have 2 yorkies. To bad she leaves in Texas. I am on disability because of fighting two episodes of pneumonia(with complications) I’m not hampered that much, I just can’t work.I am a dental hygienist and I can’t be too close to someone that maybe sick. I am recovering very well, but now more than ever I really wish I could get that puppy. I have looked for one for about 5 years. I am on a couple of adoption sites, I just cannot afford to pay the amount of money the breeders are asking. Do you have any suggestions that may help me to get an affordable puppy or should I just forget about being an owner.

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