Siberian Husky Puppies for Sale

Pick a Pup Pick a Pup
Breed Characteristics
Other Dogs
Siberian Husky Breed Overview

Want to bring home an adorable Siberian Husky puppy for sale? You’ve come to the right place. At Keystone Puppies, our mission is to help Husky puppies find their forever homes. In addition to Siberian Huskies, we work with a range of other breeds — including Akitas, Pomskies, Shiba Inus, and more! All our puppies are bred with the highest standards of ethical integrity — free of common genetic defects that impact less scrupulous breeders — and are raised in happy homes where they’re treated like part of the family before becoming part of yours!

As anyone who has ever owned a Siberian Husky can attest, these dogs are not like other breeds. With their thick coats, piercing blue eyes, and wolf-like appearance, Siberians have a truly regal bearing. It’s no wonder that they have been prized by many cultures throughout history.

The origins of the Siberian Husky are shrouded in mystery, but it is believed that they first appeared in Siberia over 3,000 years ago. These dogs were bred by the Chukchi people, who used them for hunting and sledding. In the late 1800s, Siberian Huskies were brought to Alaska as part of the Gold Rush, and they soon proved their worth as sled dogs in the harsh conditions of the Arctic.

Today, Siberian Huskies are beloved pets all over the world. Thanks to their friendly dispositions and eagerness to please, they make excellent companion animals. And while they may not be suited for everyone, those who take the time to get to know them will find an abundance of love and loyalty waiting just beneath that thick coat of fur.

  • Country of Origin: Siberia (Northern Asia)
  • Weight: 35 - 60 lbs
  • Height: 20 - 23 1/2 inches
  • Color: The Siberian Husky come in many different colors which include black & white, red & white, gray & white and pure white. There are also a variety of tones to all of these colors.

Breed Rating

Rating: 5 / 5 Stars

Average Based on 5 Reviews

Rate This Breed

Husky Puppies Temperament

If you’re looking for a dog with an endless supply of energy and a friendly disposition, the Siberian Husky may be the right breed for you.

Siberians are also very intelligent, and they’re quick learners. But all that intelligence and energy can sometimes lead to mischief if they’re not given enough to do. They need plenty of exercise and stimulation to stay happy and healthy. If you’re up for an active lifestyle and you’re looking for a lovable companion, a Siberian Husky might be the perfect dog for you.

Siberian Husky Puppies Health Considerations

Though generally very healthy and long-lived — with an average lifespan of around 12 to 14 years — our Siberian Huskies for sale are not without their unique health concerns. Like every breed of dog, there are a few conditions you should be aware of before you consider purchasing one of our Husky puppies for sale. Understanding the risks allows you to know the signs and prevent small health concerns from turning into big ones.

Siberian Husky puppies are at somewhat elevated risk for developing the following conditions:

  •    Hip Dysplasia
  •    Eye Problems
  •    Heat stroke

Two of the most common health concerns for Siberian Huskies are hip dysplasia and eye problems. Hip dysplasia is a condition that can cause arthritis and joint pain later in life. Eye problems are also common in Siberian Huskies, and can range from mild irritation to more serious conditions such as glaucoma.

Finding a Siberian Husky puppy for sale from a reputable breeder can dramatically — although, not eliminate — the risk of your dog developing some of these conditions. At Keystone Puppies, we work exclusively with experienced breeders who are committed to producing healthy & happy pups. To learn more about what we do to ensure your pup’s quality of life, read about the Keystone Puppies Health Guarantee!

Husky Puppy Coat & Coat Care

Most people are familiar with the thick coat of the Siberian Husky, but did you know that this breed has two layers of fur? The outer layer is made up of long, straight guard hairs that protect the dog from the elements, while the soft, dense undercoat insulates against heat and cold. This double coating requires some special care to keep it healthy and free of mats. Daily brushing is a necessity, and frequent baths (every two to four weeks) will help to prevent the coat from becoming dry and brittle. When it comes time for a bath, be sure to use a shampoo that is designed specifically for dogs, as human shampoo can strip away the natural oils that keep the coat healthy.

With a little bit of care, your Siberian Husky will have a beautiful coat that will keep them warm all winter long!

Dog Breeds Similar to the Siberian Husky