Siberian Huskies have different physical attributes. Some of these traits are more desirable than others and therefore impact the cost of the Siberian Husky.
So, whether you want a puppy or adult Husky, a certain coat color, or a show quality pup, let’s see how these preferences will impact the cost.
A Siberian Husky puppy is likely to be more expensive than an adult Husky. This is because most pet parents prefer to adopt young puppies rather than adult dogs. This makes puppies more expensive to acquire.
Husky puppies will average $650 – $1200.
Adopting an adult Husky is often a much cheaper alternative. You can find adult huskies that need to be rehomed for as low as $500.
The rarer the coat color is, the higher the price of the Siberian Husky is likely to be. For instance, pure white Huskies are very popular so they often cost more than pups with other coat colors.
A pure white Husky from a reputable breeder will cost between $500 – $ 800.
Blue eyes are also a more desirable trait preferred by Husky owners. This means a blue-eyed Husky puppy may cost you more than a Husky puppy with hazel eyes.
Purebred show quality dogs cost more than mixed breeds. Breeders that are registered by kennel clubs such as the American Kennel Association (AKC) also tend to be more costly than backyard breeders.
Siberian Huskies are a pretty popular breed so they are available in most locations. However, in some areas, demand is higher so you may find that Siberian Huskies may be more expensive in one area than in another.