Top-quality Samoyeds can sell for $3,000 or more. Its luxuriant coat needs twice-weekly brushing. Samoyeds, prone to ocular degeneration and autoimmune diseases, average $4,800 in medical costs.
The appearance of this canine breed, which is a mashup of a lion and a teddy bear, is very remarkable. These are expensive at roughly $900, but can last for 8-12 years.
This creased-faced dog costs $1,250. These attractive and expensive dogs may live up to 10 years, but they are prone to major health issues that can cost their owners up to US$5,700.
Rottweilers cost $1,200 at pet stores and live 9–10 years. During their lifetimes, they may spend US$7,800 on medical care.
Afghan Hound might cost anywhere from $2,000 to $4,000 throughout the course of its 12-year-long lifespan. The distinctive long, silky coat needs to be brushed every day.
They cost $800 and last 10–13 years. Because of their vulnerability to several diseases, their lifetime medical expenses are anticipated at about US$4,500.
For US$1,800, this dog has a six- to eight-year lifespan. An Irish Wolfhound's lifetime veterinary expenditures may reach $7,700.
A Lakeland Terrier costs roughly $1,200. This little dog, which weighs around seven kilogrammes, may live 12-15 years. Its owner might spend $1,000 on vet costs.
French Bulldogs may cost up of US$2,000. They don't need much grooming, but they may cost up to US$4,300 in medical expenditures during their lives.