What will you get for SGD3 million today? A luxurious mansion? A few fancy sports cars? How about a never-ending vacation? While all of those are tempting options for sure, there is something a little more adorable that you might be able to get for the same price. We are talking about a Caucasian Shepherd, a fluffy giant of a dog breed that has created quite a storm on the internet.
Caucasian Shepherd: Meet the internet’s new favourite dog breed
The internet has fallen in love with a new dog and his name is Cadaboms Hayder. This Caucasian Shepherd belongs to a Bengaluru man called S Sathish, a dog breeder who owns many expensive pets. Recently, a Hyderabad man made a jaw-dropping to buy Cadaboms Hayder, his Caucasian Shephard. The amount? A whopping SGD3.2 million, as reported by India Today. Unfortunately for the Hyderabad man, Sathish had no interest in selling his fluffy monster, so he decided to politely decline.
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Was is Cadaboms Hayder so expensive?
As per Hindustan Times, Sathish has revealed that there is a misconception about Hayder being bought for a whopping price. Sathish has revealed that he bred the dog on his own and even bought Hayder’s grandparents from Russia. According to Sathish, Hayder is an extremely friendly pet. The 1.5-year-old Caucasian Shepherd lives in an air-conditioned 2BHK house with a caretaker and is the proud father of six adorable puppies.
In the same interview, Sathish also revealed that he would not sell Hayder to anyone and called him one of his most precious pets. In fact, Sathish is looking forward to introducing him to the rest of the world through dog shows.
Caucasian Shepherd: The dog’s gentle nature and lifestyle
For more information about this special dog breed, click here here.
(Hero image credit: Courtesy Instagram@satishcadaboms)
(Feature image credit: Courtesy Instagram@satishcadaboms)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Answer: While there is no official price set for a Caucasian Shepherd in India, a Hyderabad based man allegedly tried buying one for INR 20 crore.
Answer: Yes, they can become aggressive if they feel threatened. While their nature is usually docile, they need to be trained well.