Frequent question: How much should I pay for a husky puppy?

But one question remains: How much will a Husky puppy cost? What should you budget for acquiring him? The price could be as low as $200 if you get your puppy of off Craigslist – or around $1,200 if you get him from a registered breeder. Rescues charge about $350 for Husky puppies.

How much do Husky puppies cost with papers?

A purebred Husky from an AKC registered breeder, if you’re able to find one with all of the appropriate paperwork, is usually going to cost $1,200 to $1,600.

On average, a Siberian Husky can cost anywhere from $450 to as much as $1,500.

Where? Average Price
Pet Store $1,300 to $1,900
Licensed Breeder $1,200 to $1,500

Do Huskies shed a lot?

How much do Huskies shed? Since Huskies have a double coat, you should expect heavier shedding, especially in warmer climates. It can come as a shock to see so much fur falling out but this is just normal. This is the reason why grooming is very important for a Husky even if it is not shedding season.

Which dog is best for home?

Find Labrador Retriever puppies on the AKC Marketplace.

  • Bulldog. The distinct and wrinkly Bulldog makes a wonderful companion to children. …
  • Golden Retriever. …
  • Beagle. …
  • Pug. …
  • Irish Setter. …
  • Brussels Griffon. …
  • Newfoundland. …
  • French Bulldog.

Is Husky a family dog?

How much do Huskies cost without papers?

Your local rescue may have a Siberian husky or two available from $50 and up, although you can expect to pay more for purebreds. If you are fine about getting a puppy without papers, you can always go to a backyard breeder and get a cute puppy for $150 and up.

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