Top 15 Most Expensive Dog Breeds In The World

Dog – the most beloved pets and man’s best and most loyal friends. Dog lovers treat their dogs as brothers, pals and even soul mates. By cuddling on the couch or snuggling up on bed, in good times and in bad, dogs become a part and parcel of the family, wagging their tail with a goofy grin and becoming the most loved member of the family. However, owning one of the most expensive dog breeds is not as easy on the pocket, especially if you are choosy about a specific type of bloodline or colour. Let us have a look at the 15 most expensive dogs in the world and check out if your favorite is on the list.

Dog Portraits by Gerrard Charles Gethings

London based photographer Gerrard Charles Gethings specializes in capturing the individual personalities of dogs with a quick push of a button. In each portrait Gerrard attempts to capture the pet’s character and peer into their playfulness. The entire series features zoomed in shots of the animals to focus on their hilarious facial expressions and body language. Gerrard personifies the pets making them appear emotional and similar to human portraits. If you’re a dog lover like we are and you like these images make sure to check out Fantastic Dog Portraits by Daniel Sadlowski as well. Enjoy.

Absolutely Amazing Dog Photos from Tim Flach

Tim Flach is a well-known London based photographer. His work has been exhibited in Britain, the United States and the Far East. He also frequently lectures on photography in various countries and has received such international awards as: Association of Photography (AOP), British Design & Art Direction (D & AD), Art Director’s Club of New York (ACNY), Communication Arts (CA) and Photo District News (PDN) Photography. Tim become famous thanks to his stylized photographs of animals that do not fit into traditional notions of wildlife photography when animals are shown in their natural habitat. Tim Flach avoids the obvious compositions. Animals at his photos are taken out of context, and this unreality once again force to reconsider existing stereotypes.