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Top 10 Most EXPENSIVE DOG BREEDS In The World - Bemorepanda

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For some rich people, big dog lovers, the pedigree also matters a lot when they buy a pet, so they are willing to spend a lot of money on a precious specimen.

 

Bemorepanda has compiled a list of the 10 most expensive dog breeds in the world.

 

1. The Tibetan Mastiff - $ 2,200 - $ 7,000

The average price of a Tibetan mastiff goes up to $ 7,000. Moreover, the most expensive dog ever sold was one of this breed, bought for $ 1.5 million by a very rich Chinese businessman. Despite their fierce appearance, these dogs, which weigh up to 100 kilograms, are calm and loyal. She loves open spaces, being very suitable for houses that have large courtyards.

 

2. The French Mastiff - $ 3,000

It is easier to procure than the Tibetan one, being a strong and imposing dog. It is often considered a symbol of status by the wealthiest.

 

3. Corgi Galez Pembroke - $ 1,000

$ 1,000 is the minimum price for such a dog, but it can increase depending on pedigrees. It is the favorite breed of Queen Elizabeth II, being the favorite pet of the British royal family for seven decades.

 

4. Saluki - $ 2,500

This breed is believed to be one of the oldest domesticated dog breeds in Egypt. Saluki dogs are especially sought after for their graceful appearance, but their maintenance is one that requires quite a lot of attention.

 

5. Chow Chow - $ 1,000 - $ 8,500

The Chinese name of this dog, Songshi Quan, translates as "fluffy lion dog", the breed being adorable and known especially for the fact that the specimens have a blue to black tongue.

 

6. English Bulldog - $ 2,500 - $ 9,000

With the wrinkled face that these dogs have, the animals pass as grumpy and tough, but in fact they are very playful. In recent years they have become very popular and, although there are such dogs that are not sold at exorbitant prices, a purebred can cost up to $ 9,000.

 

7. The Canadian Eskimo Dog - $ 7,000

This is a rather rare breed, in North America for example there are less than 500 specimens. Athletic and imposing, these dogs are perfect for adventurous people, but it is preferable not to be kept in environments with high temperatures.

 

8. Lowchen - $ 5,000 - $ 8,000

Lowchen is a very popular breed in Europe, its representatives being small, but smart and full of life.

 

9. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel - $ 1,000 - $ 14,000

This breed was named after Charles II, king of England, Ireland and Scotland in the seventeenth century. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dogs have short boots, very long ears, are extremely friendly and get along very well with both children and other dog breeds.

 

10. Samoyed - $ 4,000 - $ 11,000

Dogs of this breed are also nicknamed "Smiley" because they are full of life and cheerful, being very popular as show animals.

 

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Your dog doesn't know how to keep a secret. If he likes something, he shows it to you. If he hates something, rest assured you'll know. Are there things you do that you are not aware of that your dog hates? It's hard to say, because dogs have their own personality, including their own weaknesses. Bemorepanda is here to inform you.

 

Your dog may react differently to stimuli than other dogs. But here are the things that can cause negative reactions to your dog!

 

Habits your dog hates:

 

1. Removing him from smelly curiosities

People do not appreciate the smell as much as dogs, who live in an olfactory world. When you walk your dog, you both smell and see. But you see more, and your dog smells more. So people who walk their dogs, but constantly pull them with a leash when they try to smell the curbs, trees, grass, do a bad thing by dogs.

 If you do not see or smell something important, remember that the same does not apply to your companion.

 

2. Isolating him in a room during fireworks

It is well known that pets are stressed when they hear fireworks. You can't explain to them that they are to celebrate something. Most people keep their dogs in a quiet place in the house to calm them down. However, you should not limit your dog to one room.

 

He will constantly try to run away from the noise, and if he is in a narrow place, he will get hurt as he tries to run away. Create a safe space for him to hide, but don't make him feel stuck.

 

3. Foreigners in new places

 

Some studies have found that your pet is happy when he meets a new environment, but only when he is with you or a person he lives with permanently. A 2014 study found that stress in dogs, measured by heart rate, was induced when the animals were placed in a new place and comforted by a person who did not live permanently with them.

 

4. Wrongly scheduled walks

Walking the dog offers psychological, social and physiological benefits, but there are certain times of the day during several months of the year that can stress the dog. Even though a morning walk in the summer may seem perfect, it can be a little overwhelming and potentially dangerous for your dog. Its paws can burn from extremely hot surfaces.

 

5. We prefer words, not body language

We are a vocal species; we even like to talk to our pets, who can't understand anything we tell them. Dogs can deduce what some keywords mean - like "outside", "toy", "walk", but they can't understand human language. To realize what we want to convey to them, they rely on body language.

 

Dogs follow us all the time, read the language of the human body, like a sixth sense, and can figure out what we think or feel, often right in front of us. However, we can send confusing messages to our animals if we pay attention to what we say, not what we do. For example, when we give a dog the command to "sit" while we lean towards him with our hand outstretched, a gesture that practically invites the quadruped to come towards us. If the animal does, he is reprimanded for not obeying the verbal order.

 

6. We walk towards a dog looking him in the eye

Eye contact has a very strong effect, and for many species, it is a way to establish dominance. When you look insistently in the eyes of a dog, without blinking, even if you do it with love and smiling, the animal could interpret that you are trying to dominate it or even to be aggressive.

While some may have a submissive reaction, turning their gaze or sitting on their backs, others will bark nervously. For all, however, the situation will not be a comfortable one. Therefore, if you want to greet a dog that does not know you, bend down slightly - without turning your shoulders towards the animal, do not look him in the eye and speak to him in a gentle voice. All of these are signs of friendship and will help the quadruped understand that you are not a danger.

 

7. We pet the dog on the head

Most of us think that our little animals like to be petted on the head; it is not so at all. If you watch your dog's reaction, you wil

We notice that he leans his head slightly aside; he will, however, let you caress him, but not because he pleases him, but because you are his master. If you want to make him happy, caress his back, towards his tail.

 

8. We hug the dog

We like to hug our dog without knowing that he hates hugs. While we humans consider this gesture a manifestation of love, pets perceive it quite differently. Dogs do not have arms and do not hug each other; if one specimen puts its paw on the back of another, the gesture is considered one of domination. When embraced, many will feel threatened, frightened, and disturbed; in fact, there were many cases when children who resorted to such a gesture were bitten.

 

9. Strong perfume

Dogs have an extremely developed sense of smell and therefore, if you have used too much cologne, the quadruped will not sit next to you.

 

10. To be awakened from sleep

Nobody likes to be woken up, much less puppies. They will feel frustrated and disoriented. If you still need to wake him up, do it patiently, talking to him calmly and affectionately.

 

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You have decided to take a puppy and you want to give him all the love and care he needs. But you have a busy schedule and you are not sure how much care it requires or if it will feel good alone. Have you thought that you can choose your loyal companion according to your personality and your daily schedule? Bemorepanda is here to help you.

 

Puppies are loving and enjoy your presence. Although they feel best around the family, each race has different needs. Some puppies are ideal as pets in the apartment, and others need a large play area. Some breeds will need permanent contact, while other puppies may live alone in your absence.

 

Here are some details about the dominant traits of puppies, which will help you find a friend suitable for your lifestyle.

 

A puppy that fits well in the apartment

Breeds: Terrier, Bichon, Bulldog, Beagle, Afghan Hound, Chinese Sharp, Dachshund, Pug, Chihuahua

 

 

It may seem surprising, but there are also breeds of tall dogs that are still very suitable to live in an apartment and who prefer daily relaxation. Also, for example, there are many small breeds with a lot of energy that need more space. These puppies are quiet, have a lower energy level, are calm and polite with neighbors or roommates. On the other hand, if you live in an apartment and don't have much time for daily exercise, try not to take a hunting dog, such as a schnauzer, golden retriever, Dalmatian, rottweiler or akita.

 

A very affectionate puppy

Breeds: Afghan Greyhound, Akita, Basset, Collie, Boxer, Chihuahua, Cocker Spaniel, Dalmatian, Pug

 

 

These dogs need the presence of the owner almost permanently, whether they live in an apartment or in a large garden. They will be attached to you, but also to the rest of the family members. If you have a busy schedule or know that you will leave it unattended for most of the day, they will become restless and may begin to destroy shoes or chew on furniture.

 

A puppy who loves children

Breeds: Boxer, Bichon, Bulldog, Collie, Dachshund, Pudel, Saint Bernard, White Terrier, Siberian Huskey, Pitbull

 

 

These breeds are known for their jovial and friendly spirit around people. These puppies are strong enough to withstand hugs and are not bothered by stress or when the little ones cry. It may be surprising that the fierce boxers and pit bulls are on the list, but they attach very quickly to small children or a newborn baby. However, don't forget, these puppies have a lot of physical strength, it is not advisable to leave them unattended around small children.

 

A friendly puppy with other dogs

Breeds: Cocker Spaniel, Golden Retriever, Great Dane, Scottish Terrier, French Bulldog, Belgian Shepherd

 

 

If you like walking with your companion, you will want to know that he will not rush to other dogs or that he will not disturb other people. Some breeds are more tolerant of other dogs, while others feel stressed around other animals. Remember, socialization can be learned, but you must be careful to learn it when you are young (3-12 weeks).

 

An easy to train puppy

Breeds: American Pitbull Terrier, Bichon Frize, Border Collie, Doberman, Fox Terrier, German Shepherd

 

 

Some puppies are more open to obeying commands and being obedient. These are generally guard dog breeds, which can easily concentrate and retain voice commands. Any puppy can be trained to obey his master, but those with a jovial and playful character are easily distracted by a toy or food.

 

A puppy with a lot of energy

Breeds: Beagle, Akita, Russian Black Terrier, Boxer, Dalmatian, German Shepherd, Siberian Huskey

 

 

They are perfect for large families, where someone can play or provide them with constant activity. They will feel best in courtyards with lots of green space. If you want such a puppy in the apartment, you need to provide him with at least 2-3 outings a day and a lot of play in the house.

 

A puppy that feels good and alone

Breeds: Chinese Shar-pei, Basenji, Shiba inu, Chow chow, Goldador

 

 

These puppies can have fun on their own and do not need the permanent presence of the owner to feel good. If you leave them alone for longer, they are unlikely to become agitated or aggressive. They are generally calmer and do not need a high level of attention to be happy.

 

A puppy that tolerates very high or very low temperatures.

In this case, the puppy's physical appearance says a lot about his ability to adapt to hot or cold weather. Those with long hair or short snouts are better able to withstand the cold, while puppies with short hair or those that do not have much fat will feel better in the heat. For example, with a cold-resistant puppy, be careful not to take him out for exercise in hot weather. And you can equip a cold dog with animal clothes at low temperatures.

 

There are also breeds that can adapt to both situations, such as the Afghan greyhound, the Australian shepherd, the Border collie, the Irish terrier or the dwarf schnauzer. They will feel good in places where temperatures are high in summer and very low in winter.

 

Here are some cold-resistant breeds: Akita, Russian Black Terrer, Flemish Bouvier, Chow Chow, Collie or German Shepherd.

 

 

And these puppies resist heat well: Poodle, gray greyhound, Fox terrier, Dalmatian, beagle or frieze bichon.

 

 

If you prefer a certain breed of dog, but you realize that his personality and needs do not correspond to your lifestyle, try to give him training from an early age. As long as they are puppies, ie between 3 and 12 weeks, they are much more receptive to learning and learning the habits with which you teach them. For example, if you want a Pug, but you can't pay attention to it all the time, you can teach it to become more independent.

 

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The Yorkshire Terrier is a small puppy but with a "big" personality, a cheerful and loving companion. The most popular toy breed, the Yorkie, has won many fans for its devotion to its owners, its elegant appearance and its fact that it is a breed very adapted to living in the apartment.


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The Yorkshire Terrier is a small puppy but with a "great" personality, a cheerful and loving companion. The most popular toy breed, "Yorkie", has won many fans due to the devouring for the owners, the elegant appearance and the fact that it is a breed very adapted to life in the apartment.


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The Yorkshire Terrier, nicknamed "Yorkie", seems to be very satisfied of himself, and rightly so! With its long and silky fur, with the rough head at the top, the Yorkshire Terrier is one of the brightest representatives of the canine world, which definitely attracts attention, wherever it is.


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Because he is so small, he often receives "royal" treatment from his masters. The long fur, of a metallic blue or reddish brown is the mark of the glory of this breed, but what makes it so precious is its personality. If we ignore its small size, the Yorkshire Terrier is a large dog in a small body, it is always looking for adventure and even looking for small scandals.


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They are very devoted to their owners as befits a pet puppy, but they also have a trait specific to terriers, sometimes being very suspicious when it comes to strangers and will bark at the sound of strangers or intruders. In order not to disturb the neighbors, it is good to temper their exuberance and tendency to bark and to teach them when it is indicated and when it is not indicated to bark.


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They can become aggressive with other dogs, no squirrel is safe around them. Contrary to their courage and daring, they also have a more tender side. They need a lot of attention and want to spend as much time as possible with their family.


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It is not advisable to leave him alone for a long time. However, it is not a good idea to protect it excessively; they will be very receptive to your moods and the emotions you convey, and if your attitude tells them that the world is a dangerous place, they can easily become neurotic.


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Because "Yorkie" is a small puppy, it is advisable to leave them near older children who know that they should be respected and should not be left near very young children because Yorkie may react if they scare or tease him.


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Yorkie is a perfect apartment dog as long as you offer him the portion of daily movement, namely a healthy play game in the living room or a walk around the block.


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No matter where they live, Yorkie will get along with the other pets as long as they grew up with them. If a new pet is brought into the home of a Yorkie, when it is already mature, it can become possessive with space and its owners.


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Being Terriers, they can provoke the "intruder", and if a fight breaks out, the Terrier's spirit will come out, which means he will fight to the death. You have to be very careful when introducing a Yorkie to a new animal.


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Characteristic for this breed are: its lush fur, its small size, its cheerful personality and its perfect devotion to its owners. You still have questions about why this breed is the second most popular breed in the United States today.


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