How much does a Siberian Husky cost?


The price of a Siberian Husky varies from $150 to more than $1,000. Prices vary depending on where you buy the dog, its physical appearance and the quality of its parental bloodlines.

If a Siberian Husky is purchased from a reputable breeder who has bred two purebred dogs with good health, appearance and temperament, the dog will cost at least $500 or more. If a dog is purchased from a pet shop, it will most likely be cheaper, but it may be a dog of lower quality. The least expensive option is to adopt a Siberian Husky from an animal shelter.

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