How much is a Siberian Husky?


You probably know that the price of a husky depends on age, history, appearance, purpose and pedigree. In the last 10 years, both the popularity of huskies has increased, as has their price.

How much is a Siberian Husky?

High quality rocks that a purebred Siberian Husky can cost between $900 and $2500. If you buy a puppy as a pet it will be a bit cheaper closer to $600 to $1300.

Puppies aged 8 to 20 weeks will be the most expensive, after they get older, the price will decrease.

If you want to buy a husky through a very good breeder it will cost you between $1000 and $2500. There is not much difference in price between a male and a female, but as the male grows you will have to set aside more money for him.

Of course, if there is no pedigree certificate, then it will cost less.

The most popular and most expensive are miniature huskies that cost around $2500. The same goes for huskies that are completely white or those with different eye colors.

Puppies born with less desirable traits are cheaper. Those born with a healthy problem are also cheaper and they cost somewhere around $700 on average.

Huskies with wooly coat are sold at a lower price because it is considered a mistake from birth.

How much is a Siberian Husky?

Another significant factor that affects price is location popularity.

Siberian Husky can cost $ 1800 in Germany but for the same in the UK you would pay $ 2600.

Even different states in America have very different prices.

They are the most expensive ($1500 - $1800):

  • Texas
  • Massachusetts
  • North Dakota
  • Nebraska
  • Delaware

Cheaper states ($700-$800):

  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri


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