The 30 most expensive dog breeds in the world

30. Löwchen

They are small and long-haired, and are recognized as a breed since the Renaissance. Luwchen means “little lion” in German. This is a rare breed and only a few hundred puppies are put up for sale every year in kennel clubs around the world, since in 1973 only 65 of these dogs were known to exist. This breed is very playful and friendly by nature, and loves to be in the company of human beings. They really like children, so they would be a perfect companion for your kids. They should be welld frequently and usually with professionals, so it can cost you $100 per visit. Medical problems that may have included a knee problem lymed patella dislocation and eye problems such as cataracts and progressive retinal atrophy, which brings expenses of this type to an average of $7000. Its life expectancy is 12 to 14 years.