Six Most Expensive Dog Breeds To Buy And Own

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Small or large, smooth-haired or fluffy dogs – each person has their preferences in choosing a pet. This article will look at the six most expensive dog breeds to buy and own if you live in the United Kingdom.

1. Airedale Terrier

“King of Terriers”, comes from the town of Airedale in Yorkshire.  Reviews by experts and customers on BritainReviews show that you will hardly be bored with this indefatigable robust fellow! Active, cheerful, and inquisitive, Airedale Terrier practically does not sit in one place; he is a real adventurer and lover of all kinds of adventures.

Surprisingly, these cute and friendly dogs are used as police dogs in Britain, Germany, and the USA. And they even guard Buckingham Palace!

2. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a decorative breed. Strong, lively, muscular, energetic, always vigorous, this adorable dog can also be a hunting dog. Named after King Charles II of Britain, this breed is close to high society and their feed can be found on pet food container sites.

This cute little dog is a great companion for a walk in Hyde Park or an evening of English tea. Good-natured, quick-witted, and docile, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an excellent companion for adults and children.

3. Clumber Spaniel

Also called a “dignified buffoon” by the Westminster Kennel Club, the largest of the Clumber spaniels is an excellent hunting dog, especially for hunting in the lowlands and rough terrain. The name of the breed comes from the name of the estate of the Earl of Newcastle.

4. English Bulldog

Being naturally good-natured and friendly, Bulldogs are very popular. He is a little phlegmatic and very imposing. Thanks to this set of qualities, similar to the main traits of the English character, these noble dogs have become one of the symbols of Great Britain.

The bulldog, a bodyguard-dog, and loyal companion are not at all like his ferocious ancestors in character. The fact is that bulldogs were bred in the 17th century for baiting bulls, which was cruel fun in those days, hence the name. Fortunately, bull-baiting was finally banned, and in subsequent generations of bulldogs, they cultivated no malice at all but fearlessness, courage, good nature, and endurance.

However, one feature is still preserved – that is its stubbornness! Perhaps the most popular Bulldog of our time is “Handsome Dan,” the mascot of Yale University.

5. Sheltie

A more miniature copy of the collie, the Shetland sheepdog (Shetland sheepdog) is a herding dog from the Shetland Islands, Scotland. Unusually friendly, this dog loves to play catch-up with clumsy sheep, and in the evening – to settle under the barrel to the owner.

6. Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retrievers are beautifully built, cute, and at the same time very delicate dogs, which are not at all characterized by aggressive behavior. The breed is also known as the Golden, bred by British and Canadian breeders. Labradors are beloved not only in the UK but around the world.

There you go, here are the most expensive breeds in the United Kingdom. Whether you choose the labrador, sheltie, or English bulldog, the most essential thing is having the capacity to care for any of your choices.

By Lee Chun Hei