How much money is for a 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.
Are Huskies expensive to own? Some of the most common fees associated with breeding a Husky, or any dog for that matter, include: Raising A Healthy and Breedable Female Husky – $2,000 – $3,000 Per Year. Paying For A Healthy Stud (AKA A Stud Fee) – $2,000. Costs For Ultrasounds And Other Vet Needs – $90 – $200 Per Visit.
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.
How much is a blue eyed Husky? Breeders typically charge between $200 and $400, but the price can go as high as $2,500 if the pup is of a champion bloodline from a reputable breeder.