The Tibetan Mastiff (Do Khyi) is the most expensive canine breed in the world. Due to its height, power, and dense coat, this Himalayan guard dog breed resembles a lion.
The Spanish Podenco, like the Pharaoh's Hound, hunts rabbits. This magnificent hunting dog, whose aristocratic aspect resembles the Egyptian god Anubis, originated in Malta.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
This list's smallest is the gorgeous Cavalier King Charles Spaniel at 30 inches. Happy and easy to teach, it makes a terrific family dog. Unfortunately, the breed has several breeding/hereditary disorders due to years of breeding for cuteness.
The Persian Saluki and comparable sighthound breeds like the African Azawakh are among the most costly dog breeds. Rapid sight hunters, they are quiet, sensitive, and graceful.
The Eskimo dog is another sled dog breed. These animals were also utilized for hunting and protecting by the Inuit. They are pricey since they are rare and hard to find in our country.
The Samoyed is a Russian-born sled dog and Spitz. It takes lots of activity and training. This medium-sized dog has a smooth, thick coat with mild color variations. Pure white elderly Siberian breeds can cost up to $9000 USD, making them the most desirable.