Dogs are allies a lot of people would want to have. However, their loyalty isn’t the only thing you should check. Just when you might be planning to have them by your side, you need to know that their company doesn’t come for free. It’s subjected to a few variables that determine their value. That includes their location, bloodlines, and their breeder.
Here’s a list of the top 10 most expensive dog breeds.
1. Czechoslovakian Vlcak
These dogs date back to 1955 when an experiment was performed to cross-breed a Carpathian wolf and a German Shepherd; the sole purpose of them was to serve the military needs of the Czech army in the woods. The first few generations weren’t up to the requirements, so they were cross-bred again with a German Shepherd. This happened until their fourth generation was able to provide the desired needs. The wolf blood had decreased to 6.25% by then, and the hybrid had better navigational skills, night vision, hearing, and sense of smell. All these features gave them the worth they’ve today, and their price is up to $1500.