The most expensive dog in the world is a Tibetan Mastiff. Just look at this fluffy hulk!

The preferences of people while choosing dogs are highly varied. Some voters recently preferred fighting dogs. Small dogs that resemble toys from a store have recently become popular in fashion. The most expensive dog today is a dog by the name of Hong Dong. A multimillionaire and coal industry tycoon in China paid 10 million yuan ($1.5 million) for the dog. At the auction, the winning bid for this dog was determined.

The dog and the guards of the multimillionaire proceeded to his home after the purchase. Hong Dong, a Tibetan mastiff dog who means “huge splash,” is 11 months old. The owner of this dog, who is already mentally calculating it, stands to gain significantly more money. Anyone can set up a marriage with the well-known Chinese dog by spending a lot of money at the same time.
You should expect to pay at least $15,000 for this, according to estimates. Even harder to fathom is the profit made from the puppies of such a dog. Tibetan mastiffs are given particular treatment in China. This canine breed is regarded as one of the first working breeds. In Tibet, they served as monastery guards and provided assistance to nomads in the Himalayas.

According to mythology, Buddha and Genghis Khan were both mastiff owners. In any case, the current owner of the well-known canine Hong Dong needs to use extreme caution. He is currently a target of con artists in addition to journalists. The Tibetan mastiff’s owner’s identity is kept a secret due to this.
The “golden” puppy has already reached a height of one meter and a weight of almost 80 kilos. Breeder Lu Liang has already informed Hong Dong’s owner that the dog’s diet needs to be unique. The puppy was fed specially chosen meat and chicken before relocating to a new home, and exotic Chinese treats like abalone and sea cucumber were served for afternoon tea.

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