Most Expensive Breeds of Dogs To Maintain  

Shiba Inu Cost: $1500-$8000+/year Shiba Inus are prone to certain health issues, such as patellar luxation and allergies, which may increase veterinary costs.

Newfoundland Cost: $3000 – $5000/year With a thick, water-resistant double coat, Newfoundlands

require regular grooming to keep their coat healthy. Their size contributes to costly food and healthcare bills.

Siberian Husky Cost: Up to $3600/year Huskies have a thick double coat that requires regular grooming and shed heavily

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Their active nature may also require increased exercise and stimulation, which can add up quickly, 

Great Dane Cost: Up to $3000/year Their large size leads to higher food and healthcare expenses. 

Great Danes are also prone to certain health issues due to their size and build.

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