10 Most Profitable Dogs to Breed and Sell

You may a have a dog and now you are wondering what are the most profitable dogs to breed and sell. Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find the great answers for this question. Dogs are really fantastic. They give unconditional love; they are the best friends ever. Do you have dogs? As for me,  I have six dogs. Three Komondors and three wire-haired dachshunds. They make a big but wonderful pack, so we can say I am a dog fan. Dogs can calm you down when you are nervous, and can comfort you when you are depressed.

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The effects of having a dog are priceless. They are hired for many fields, they work in elder people’s home, they can be therapy dogs, they can help in finding someone after a natural disaster, or the police hire them. It is always a very good feeling when you arrive home and they are waiting for you. No matter how long you were out, their happiness is always the same. It is also worth to think of breeding our beloved dogs, but naturally only after the necessary health check.

We have picked three breeds from Insider Monkey’s list: French Bulldog, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, and Siberian Husky. Frenchies’ top price is $8,000. The price of these cuties varies based on their color, but what makes them pricey is the fact it is hard for them to reproduce naturally. That is also the reason why they are so low on the list. Experiencing problems with production can be unpredictable and requiring much more funds in the long term than planned. After all, you might be selling puppies or adult dogs. It’s hard to make profit if you have no puppies or dogs to sell, though you planned on it. The top price of a Corgi can be up to $2,000. Queen Elizabeth the Second adores these perky little creatures, and so does everybody else. Energetic and small, they have become popular in the USA as well. Usually, you would pay $1,000 for one, but you could even double it. At least, but not last we mention Siberian Husky, its top price is $1,000. This one is more high maintenance than the previous pup, but also more popular. Just look at those big blue eyes and you’ll see why.  Though it does not sound too appealing, at least healthcare costs are minimal. With a firm hand and a big yard, you’ll be good to go. It could turn out to be a lucrative investment when it comes to breeding and selling business.

For any further interesting information, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about most profitable dogs to breed and sell.


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