Thursday, March 20, 2014

The Most Expensive Puppy Ever? Man Buys Puppy For Almost $2m In China

A Tibetan mastiff puppy has been sold in China for almost 2 million dollars. A property developer paid 12 million yuan (1.9 million dollars) for the one-year-old golden-haired mastiff at a luxury pet fair which held in the country on Tuesday. Some reports have said its the most expensive puppy ever. 


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    1. What if the dog dies? Just what if?

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  2. This one pass craze

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  3. Too much money

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  4. My GOD that even looks like a lion fa!

    Ladun how are you ma'am I dey hail ohhh!

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  5. wow

    1.9million dollars cos of a puppy.
    na woo

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  6. That....is no funny at all.....just a Puppy like this; not even sure is up to half of a year older is been sold for 2milla. ..now just imagine how much it will be,, if the puppy's mom will be on sell...... Calculating 20milla or more if the owner wished it to be in market......and All this things. Na wash!


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  7. D man is crazy dou,how abt if d puppy gat missing or sudden death nko....lol. U can earn money within a second if u try dis http://payloog.com/?invite=68825

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    1. The death part is the most hilarious part. Cant imagine

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    2. Shey this na dog or lion

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  8. It's so scary

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  9. Yepa! Person they hungry anĂ° suffer...one mumu oyinbo they buy puppy $2m....I don die ooo

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  10. I hope that dog poops mothafuckin diamonds!

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  11. Money miss road. Yeye dey smell

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  12. Wasting of money

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  13. Expensive puppy indeed

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  14. Is the dog gold

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  15. Scary looking pet but cool

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  16. It makes the owner happy. Moreover , one can't take money tothe after life. Send it here on making yourself and others happy. If not to spend, what's the point?

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