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Some Dog Breeds May Be Expensive, But You Really Can’t Put a Price on the Love ANY Dog Gives!

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Jessie, the elegant, sophisticated and richly desired of all canines:

I cannot believe some of the price tags that folks put on dogs these days! I mean, aren’t we all priceless when it comes to the love and affection we give you?

At any rate, I was interested and had to see the going rates for certain dog breeds myself. Take a peek right here, but make sure you are sitting down before you read how much these guys can cost!

Ever hear of a Red Tibetan Mastiff? Well, apparently these are quite rare and one was sold in China in 2013 for $1.9 million!!!! Gulp!

The elite and very athletic breed called the Pharaoh Hound can boast a price tag of up to $6500! Then there is the Rottweiler, which you can nab for just $6,000. Sure, these guys have gotten a bad rap in the movies for their aggressive behavior, but they can be trained as puppies to be social and friendly. However, they still do make for a nice guard dog, and at this price, why invest in a security system?

The strong and friendly Samoyed breed can be yours for anywhere from $4,000 – $10,000. And the adorable Lowchen, which is similar to a Maltese, can join your family for roughly $3,000.

If Akitas are more your style, you can take one home for about $4500 or you can give a nod to one of the oldest breeds – the Saluki – known for its muscular physique and long legs and write a check for about $2500 to call him your own.

So, even if YOUR dog does not fall into any of these categories and might not be that one-in-a-million pet, if he has found his way into your heart, I bet he is definitely that once-in-a-lifetime pet! Besides, we also know of a lot of rescue pets that are definitely worth more than gold.

In short, you can’t put a price on your pets and the love you give them, as the love they give in return grows exponentially every day!

Thanks to likes.com for providing this incredible and interesting information!

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