How much is a dog Husky? In general, the Siberian Husky’s price has increased in the last ten years as their popularity has also increased. A show-quality purebred Siberian Husky puppy can cost anywhere between $975 to $2,500. Puppies purchased to be house pets will be a bit cheaper, closer to $600 to $1,300.
Why are Husky puppies so expensive? Siberian Huskies are expensive because they are active, intelligent dogs that require lots of exercise and socialization. Since they can be challenging pets, they aren’t one of the most common dog breeds in the US. As a result, quality breeders are relatively rare. This scarcity drives up the cost.
Is Husky a wolf? It’s thought that all dogs have wolf ancestry, but Huskies are no more related to wolves than other dogs. This may come as a shock because of their striking resemblance, but Huskies are part of the Spitz family—which is a working group breed.
Is Husky friendly? Siberian huskies tend to be friendly with people, including children. Most Siberian huskies are good with other dogs, especially ones they are raised with. They have a high prey drive and may chase cats and livestock.