The red Tibetan mastiff you see above is the world's most expensive dog, bought for $1.5m (over N200million) by a Chinese coal baron.
And feeding the dog costs far more than any human can eat. He is fed an organic diet of tripe, boiled fish heads, powdered egg shells, code liver oil and raw bones. Marco Polo described the Tibetan Mastiffs in the 13th century as “tall as a donkey with a voice as powerful as that of a lion.”
$1.5m for a dog? Some people don't know what to do with money sha...*hiss*