The barren dog was sold at auction in China for $25,000

A barren dog that has caused a stir in China’s online world has sold at auction for 1.5 million. The owner of the dog named Deng Deng of the Japanese Shiva Inu breed left it at a pet training center seven years ago. An eight-year-old dog was ordered to be auctioned off by a Beijing court after the owner failed to return after a long absence.

This information has been given in a report of the British media BBC. After the dog was auctioned off online, there was a lot of response from the people. The base price of the dog was set at 8, but it was sold at 320 times the price. The auction was supposed to run for 24 hours but was extended by another five hours. 460 bidders and more than one and a half lakh visitors took part in the auction. On the other hand, the normal market price of a Shiva Inu dog is Rs 2,000 to Rs 3,000.

That dog named Deng Deng from China has been kept in the center for 6 years and a lot of money has been saved. In such a context, the pet training center filed a case against the owner for money. But the court failed to contact the owner and eventually advertised the auction online to pay the training center fees.

The ad, including a video of the dog, went viral on Chinese social media Weibo. Many users there express sympathy for the plight of dogs.

Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals. Shiva Inu is a nimble, small to medium sized hound. Whose little fur and fox-like face. Last month, millionaire Elon Musk shared a photo of his Shiva Inu puppy Flokey.