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Most Expensive Dog Breeds In The World

1. Bedlington Terrier

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Average Price: $1,800*
Country of Origin: Northeastern England

The Bedlington Terrier gets the nickname “Lamb of Rothbury”, which makes sense once you see how it looks.  Bedlington was originally raised as a vermin hunter, but became a racing dog and a frequent candidate at dog shows.  Despite his docile appearance, Bedlington is known for his powerful swimming skills.

2. Rottweiler

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

The Rottweilers were originally raised as working dogs. They drove the cattle to the market and also pulled the butchers’ cars.  The Rottweilers were (and are) known for their courageous and alert nature, and were among the first police dogs.  They still have a role in the army as well, serving alongside fellow humans.

3. Double Doodle

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Average Price: $1,900*
Country of Origin: United States

Dubbed “the double doodle”, this breed of dog is not purebred. It is a cross between Labradoodle and Goldendoodle.  You can also create a Double Doodle by crossing combinations of a Golden Retriever, Poodle or Labrador Retriever.  This breed of dog is intelligent, friendly, energetic and fluffy.

4. Lowchen

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Average Price: $5,000*
Country of Origin: Germany/France

Löwchen is also known as Little Lion Dog or, in his native country, Petit Chien Lion.  The dog is considered part of the toy class, and is certainly a non-portable dog.  He was raised in Europe in 1422, and his story has been confirmed by the number of paintings and tapestries presented to the dog.

5. Golden Retriever

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

One of the friendliest dogs on this list is the Golden Retriever, which is a large dog that was raised as a hunting dog, meaning that it was bred to retrieve water birds (game birds) after its owner hunted them.  The name retriever comes from its ability to recover downed waterbirds without damaging the kill.

6. Caucasian Ovtcharka

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

One of the friendliest dogs on this list is the Golden Retriever, which is a large dog that was raised as a hunting dog, meaning that it was bred to retrieve water birds (game birds) after its owner hunted them.  The name retriever comes from its ability to recover downed waterbirds without damaging the kill.

7. Bouvier des Flandres

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Average Price: $2,000*
Country of Origin: Northern Belgium

The Bouvier des Flandres is a shepherd dog originally from Belgium.  This breed was used for agricultural work, including heavy work such as cattle grazing, trolling and sheep grazing.  Now, the Bouvier is used as a guard dog and police dog by the European police (American police prefer German shepherds or Belgian malinois).

8. Newfoundland

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

The Bouvier des Flandres is a shepherd dog originally from Belgium.  This breed was used for agricultural work, including heavy work such as cattle grazing, trolling and sheep grazing.  Now, the Bouvier is used as a guard dog and police dog by the European police (American police prefer German shepherds or Belgian malinois).

9. Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

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Average Price: $1,500*
Country of Origin: Czech Republic/Slovakia

The Czechoslovak wolf dog is known for its silvery grey and greyish yellow fur.  The dog actually has a lineage dating back to 1955, when it was created in an experiment conducted by the CSSR Breeds Association (Czechoslovakia was a satellite state).  Despite looking like a wolf, the wolf dog is quite friendly.

10. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Average Price: $1,000*
Country of Origin: United Kingdom

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel originated in the United Kingdom.  It’s a toy dog, according to the Kennel Club, and a purebred CKCS can cost you up to $1,000.  The dog was popular as a lapdog during medieval times.  It is a friendly dog, known for its fluffy ears, and requires a lot of attention from its human owners.

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