Lhasa prices vary greatly as with anything. As a long time breeder and show person I will share my thoughts on this question. If a Lhasa (puppy) is priced under $500 I would be weary of the breeder. If a Lhasa is priced over $1,000 (for a pet) I would want to see something very amazing on the pedigree. I think a fair price ranged based on the median right now would be between $650 and $850 give or take a $50 difference. Pet stores, marketers and puppy mills should be avoided at all costs. You are not helping to eliminate them by buying from them. The concept of saving a puppy from bad conditions helps many of these places stay in business. Champion Lines, though it does help, does not guarantee a good dog either. Hope this helps!
Answered by funlog - 2/11/2014 8:53:56 AM