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Most Expensive Dog Breeds in India

Dogs are one of the most faithful animals on the planet that can do anything for their owners, but do you know how expensive a dog can be? In this article, we will introduce you to some of the most expensive dogs in India.

Maltese Dog

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Maltese Dog is extremely playful, lively, and intelligent. This dog breed is quite tiny and cute; it is very affectionate and can suffer from separation anxiety. The price of this dog may vary between INR 50000 and 125000.

Red Nose Pit Bull Terrier

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It is a medium-sized muscular dog; they are an incredibly courageous, strong, and well-built dog. It may cost you between INR 75000 and 1500000. These dogs can excel in weight pulling, chasing games, and high jumping. They are even great at obedience training.

English Mastiff

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English Mastiff is a giant but gentle dog with a massive head, fawn, silver fawn, dark fawn coat, and a black mask. This dog is pretty protective; it takes care of its owner and his family. The price of this dog may lie between INR 50000 and 100000.

Alaskan Malamute

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Alaskan Malamute is a giant and a pretty powerful dog breed, but before you get it, keep in mind that dogs from this breed are not suitable for hot weather, and they love outdoor activity. They are naturally very calm and friendly but become very aggressive when they see other dogs of the same sex. Its price in India may lie between INR 200000 and 350000.

Newfoundland Dog

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Newfoundland is one of the most intelligent and most robust breeds of dogs. It has the power to drag a man from the stormy sea. This breed of dog is quite friendly with humans; its price in India lies between INR 200000 and 350000.

Keep in mind that dogs need extra care; you need to feed them the right kind of food. So, if you are going to get a dog, please learn about dog food as well. It is crucial to keep your dog healthy.

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