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Most Popular Dog Breeds in Kenya, Prices and Use

Dogs have become increasingly popular as indoor pets, symbolizing luxury. In our community, dogs have traditionally been kept for security reasons and usually stay outdoors. One common breed is the Dahomey Gap Dog, also known as the Ghanaian street dog, which is commonly found roaming the streets of the country.

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These dogs are prevalent and used primarily for protection. They are usually kept outside in kennels for security rather than being kept as indoor pets.

In Kenya, other dog breeds are more commonly kept as companions rather than for security.

Here are three dog breeds commonly owned in Kenyan households:

German Shepherds

German Shepherds grow larger than most dogs but are still considered to be excellent family pets.

This breed is known for its guarding instincts while also being gentle with its owners. German Shepherds grow larger than most dogs but are still considered to be excellent family pets. Currently, a German Shepherd puppy in Kenya typically costs between Ksh 13,000 and Ksh 15,000.

Chihuahuas

Many owners prefer white Chihuahuas, making them the most sought-after variety.

Chihuahuas are very popular in Kenya more so in urban settings and households owing to their size and adorability. Many owners prefer white Chihuahuas, making them the most sought-after variety. The price for a Chihuahua puppy aged 1-3 months in Kenya is approximately Ksh 10,000 – Ksh 15,000.

Bulldogs

    Many owners prefer white Chihuahuas, making them the most sought-after variety.

    Bulldogs are known for their cute appearance, and their popularity has surged, partly due to viral TikTok videos. The French Bulldog is a favourite among many due to its small size, similar to the Chihuahua. This breed is gaining popularity, and the cost of a Bulldog puppy in Kenya is currently around Ksh 13000.

    This breed of dogs is known for their guarding instinct while also being gentle to their owners. German shepherds grow bigger than most dogs but still, they are considered to be really good family pets. A puppy in Kenya currently goes from about Ksh 13,000 – Ksh 15,000.

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