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20 Most Expensive Dog Breeds in 2022 (with Pictures)

41. Lakeland Terrier

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Average Price: $2,000*
Country of Origin: England

The Lakeland Terrier is from the Lake District of England. This Terrier breed is one of the smallest members of the Terrier family and is hypoallergenic, with a shelf life of up to sixteen years. The Terrier reaches up to eighteen pounds and fifteen inches in height, and is known for its black or wheat fur.

42. Doberman Pinscher

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Average Price: $2,500*
Country of Origin: Germany

The Doberman Pinscher originated in Germany and is well known for its black coat and rust. The Pinscher is a talented guard dog, which is what it was originally bred for. It has existed since 1890 when it was developed by Karl Dobermann, who worked as a tax collector in Germany.

43. Basset Hound

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Average Price: $1,800*
Country of Origin: France

The Basset Hound, like the Great Dane, is another dog that solves mysteries.  This breed of short-legged dog has a sense of smell that is only surpassed by the Bloodhound.  The Basset can track anything, and is one of the few Basset breeds recognized in France. The Basset Hound is a tenacious tracker.

44. Irish Wolfhound

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Average Price: $1,750*
Country of Origin: Ireland

Irish wolf dogs are one of the tallest breeds of dogs in the world. These worthy and patient dogs originated as lebreles in Ireland. You can find mentions of these dogs throughout the historical literature, as their presence and size have inspired many stories and legends. While the Wolfhound has a past as a war dog, it’s pretty quiet now.

45. Miniature Bull Terrier

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Average Price: $1,600*
Country of Origin: England

Despite having an egg-shaped head, the Miniature Bull Terrier is still a popular dog.  It has its origin in the English White Terrier, now extinct. It also has clear ancestral links with the Bulldog and the Dalmatian.  The Miniature Bull Terrier can reach up to thirty-five pounds and two feet in height.

46. Kerry Blue Terrier

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Average Price: $1,500*
Country of Origin: England/Ireland

The Kerry Blue Terrier is known for its distinguished black-blue or blue-silver fur. It also comes in slate blue. The Kerry Blue Terrier was bred in England and Ireland to hunt “vermin” such as rats, foxes, otters, hares, badgers and rabbits that would enter the food supply or become a nuisance for cattle.

47. Landseer

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Average Price: $1,500*
Country of Origin: Switzerland

The Landseer is often confused with the Newfoundland dog breed, which increases the confusion because the Newfoundland is also nicknamed “Landseer”. The Landseer is a black and white dog that reaches up to 150 pounds and 31 inches tall. The Landseer has longer legs than the Newfoundland.

48. Bernese Mountain Dog

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Average Price: $1,400*
Country of Origin: Switzerland

The Bernese Boyero can weigh up to 110 pounds and is originally from Switzerland, although it is believed that the Romans raised the first couple and brought it to Switzerland as a gift 2000 years ago. The Bernese Boyero is well suited to the Swiss Alps. They were used as working dogs on farmland.

49. Yorkshire Terrier

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Average Price: $1,300*
Country of Origin: England

The Yorkshire Terrier (also known as the Yorkie) is one of the smallest English terrier breeds. It usually weighs no more than seven pounds, and some of the smaller ones weigh even just four pounds. The Yorkshire is also only nine inches tall and has a life expectancy of up to sixteen years.

50. Canadian Eskimo Dog

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Average Price: $1,000*
Country of Origin: Canada

The Canadian Eskimo dog is also called Qimmiq/Qimmit, which is Inuit.  The Eskimo dog is a working dog very suitable for the Arctic regions due to its thick fur.  Males can weigh up to 88 pounds and reach up to 28 inches in height.  Only 300 purebred Canadian Eskimo dogs remain, which explains its high price.

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