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Siberian Husky Price in UK (Updated Costs 2024)

Husky Price in UK: Manchester, Kent, Birmingham, Worcestershire & Cambridge
Husky Price in UK

Siberian Huskies are one of the most expensive dog breeds in the UK, with prices ranging from £700 to £2500.

Factors that affect the price of Siberian Huskies in the UK are the reputation of the breeder, the physical features of the dog, and location.

If you intend to keep a Siberian Husky in the UK, you should carefully consider the costs involved with ownership before making a purchase since Siberian Huskies are expensive and high-maintenance pets.

In order to better care for your pet in the future, it is vital to have a general estimate of all the costs that come with owning and maintaining a Siberian Husky in the UK. We have outlined all the expenses associated with owning a Siberian Husky in the UK in this article.

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  • All the prices mentioned in this article are in £/GBP (British pound sterling).  
  • Prices are average estimates and can vary depending on the location and other factors.

Siberian Husky Prices in the UK

In general, adult and trained Huskies cost more than pups. While in the UK, puppies that are from a reputable breeder or champion pedigree, are microchipped, vaccinated, have been DNA tested for diseases, and have received some basic training are more expensive than puppies who are not.

In the UK, Siberian Husky costs £700 to £2500. Age, pedigree, coat color, eye color, the reputation of the breeder, and location are some of the elements that impact the pricing of a Siberian Husky pup locally in the UK. 

Although it is not uncommon to see Husky puppies selling for as little as £500 in some parts of the UK. Make sure you verify the dog’s paperwork to confirm that it is a genuine Siberian Husky. 

Another reason Huskies are being sold in the UK for less than £1,000 is that their previous owners are somehow unable to provide for them or could no longer afford to do so. This is why you might find some huskies selling for lower than the average.

LocationPrice (GBP)
UK£700 - £2500
Manchester£700 - £1500
Kent£1000 - £1500
Birmingham£900 - £1500
Cambridge£1500 - £2500

Husky Price in Manchester

A Siberian Husky puppy normally costs between £700 and £1500 in Manchester, one of the most popular cities in the UK. You can even find a Husky for much less if the seller intends to re-home the dog for a better life.

Husky Price in Kent

A Siberian Husky puppy can be bought in Kent for between £1000 to £1500, while prices can vary greatly depending on the breed and age of the dog.

Husky Price in Birmingham

An estimated price range for a Siberian Husky puppy in Birmingham is between £900 and £1500.

Husky Price in Worcestershire

Depending on the breeder and the condition of the dog, you can expect to spend about £1300 on a Siberian Husky puppy in Worcestershire.

Husky Price in Cambridge 

Husky puppies usually cost between £1500 and £2500 in Cambridge, but you might be able to get one for a lower price from a previous owner.

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This is Letto the Siberian Husky going for walkies in London! Image from @letto_husky

Imported Price

The cost of importing a Siberian Husky into the UK can be double or even triple that of buying one locally because the UK is regarded as a costly country. The cost of transportation alone will range from £1200 to £3800, depending on which country you import the dog from and which airline you choose.

When you add the cost of health certificates, vaccinations, and other documentation along with the price of the Husky, you can estimate a total cost of around £5000 or possibly more.

Ongoing Costs for Siberian Huskies in the UK

Maintenance cost which includes the cost of food, grooming, training, and veterinary expenses for Siberian Huskies in the UK is mentioned below:

Commercial Dog Food (monthly)£30 - £80
Home-Made Dog Food (monthly)£60 - £90
Grooming Cost (per visit)£20 - £90
Dog Vaccinations (initial)£100 - £350
Dog Vaccinations (annual)£50 - £60
Vet Checkup (one-time)£120 - £800
Dog Dental Treatment£300 - £400
Spaying (one-time)£200 - £600
Neutering (one-time)£200 - £600
Husky Training (hourly)£20 - £40
Dog Walking£10
Pet Insurance£15 - £25

Cost of Food

Commercial Dog Food 

In the UK, the cost of commercial dog food for a Siberian Husky can range from £30 to £80 per month, depending on the brand, age, and size of your dog.

The average cost of commercial dog food for most large-size dogs, such as Siberian Huskies, is about £1.44 per day, with annual costs ranging from £350 to £950.

One of the best places to buy dog food online is petshop.co.uk.

Home-made Dog Food

In the UK, the type of meat you use in homemade or raw dog food largely determines its price. For an adult Siberian Husky, the cost of raw dog food in the UK ranges from £2 to £3 a day.

The cost of raw or homemade dog food for a Siberian Husky puppy weighing 5 kg or less ranges from £0.40 to £0.60 per day.

These expenses are directly related to the meat used in the dog’s diet. For a 25 kg Siberian Husky, adding lamb meat to homemade or raw dog food will cost you £90 per month; adding chicken will cost you £60 per month, and adding beef would cost you roughly £71.

Cost of Dog Food in the UK
Is it food time yet! 🥺 Image from @tedtoritigerhusky

Cost of Grooming 

The cost of grooming a Siberian Husky in the UK might vary depending on the dog’s hair and coat condition, location, and the services provided by the groomer. But on average it will cost you about £43. In the UK, the overall cost to groom a dog is between £20 and £90.

Cost of Veterinary Services

For a Siberian Husky, the cost of initial vaccines, parasite prevention, and other health care in the UK is between £100 to £350. Annual boosters will cost you between £50 and £60.

If your Husky becomes ill, the cost of veterinarian care can range from £120 to £800 (if the condition is very serious). Vet visits for routine examinations often cost between £30 and £60.

You should budget between £300 and £400 for a Husky’s dental cleaning and between £200 and £600 for neutering and spaying.

Cost of Dog Training

In the UK, training a Husky puppy will cost you between £20 and £40 per hour, while training an adult Husky will cost you between £20 and £50 per hour.

Depending on the dog trainer’s expertise, the type of dog training, and the location, some dog trainers in the UK charge between £30 and £180 per session.

Cost of Dog Training in the UK
Training them for hiking trips! 💪 Image from @girl.on.trail

Additional Costs

Even in the summer, the UK has a favorable climate for Siberian Huskies, so you will rarely require air conditioning for your dog. You can easily go outside for walks and runs with your Husky all year, even during the summer, unless it is too hot.

Some additional costs that you might expect to pay when owning a Siberian Husky in the UK are:

  • Dog walkers will usually charge £10 for Huskies. 
  • Basic necessities like a bed, feeding bowls, crate, toys, etc will cost you £200 to £400. 
  • Pet insurance for a Siberian Husky will be about £15 to £25 per month. 
  • Pet deposits of between £150 and £500 are required if you rent a home and want to keep your dog there.

Husky Breeders in UK

Here is a list of breeders in the United Kingdom with Siberian Huskies for sale.

Fortsal Siberian Huskies

Forstal Siberian Huskies, established in 1969, is one of the oldest and most reputable Husky breeders in the UK. All of their dogs are cherished as beloved family members and adored pets, as well as working sled dogs and show dogs.

The dogs reside together as a pack in spacious enclosures at their forest residence and are given ample indoor time every day, where they participate in household tasks and relax by watching TV.

The kennel trains and works their dogs throughout the year, participating in races during the winter season. Many of their Siberians have demonstrated a fondness for showing and have achieved great success in dog shows.

Website:  www.activeworkinghuskies.co.uk 


Jay and Sharr, a couple with a deep passion for the Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute breeds, own and operate this kennel. They dedicate their free time to taking their dogs sledding or teaching them agility skills.

The couple ensures that their Husky puppies are raised in a nurturing and loving environment. With years of experience, their knowledge is unparalleled. 

The parent dogs have exceptional pedigrees and are tested for hip dysplasia and eye issues. Puppies receive their first immunizations and deworming before going to their forever homes. 

The welfare of their puppies is of the utmost importance, in order for them to get to know you and determine whether you are a good match for their puppies, they also offer a questionnaire that you can complete and email to them.

Website:  https://dreamwolves.co.uk 

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/355726881283724/ 

Lupacchiotto Siberians

The owner of this licensed kennel is a girl with Italian ancestry who has adored Huskies since she was a young child. She has a deep love for her dogs, and it shows in the quality of their care.

Their Huskies are frequently seen performing throughout the UK and in some other parts of Europe. All of their dogs have microchips and undergo all necessary medical examinations.

As their website is highly private, they generally provide contact information upon receiving an email. For photos of their dogs and previous litters, their website is a great resource. You can also browse through their collection to view their champion parent dogs.

Website:  https://lupacchiotto.co.uk/about-us-at-lupacchiotto/ 

Husky Prices Around the World

Looking to compare the price of huskies in other countries? We have done the research so you don’t have to.

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So, is a Husky Worth the Price in the UK?

This all depends on your individual circumstances. If you can afford to pay for regular maintenance costs and are happy to put in the time to train your dog, then a husky could be a great pet for you.

However, if you’re not sure whether you can commit to meeting all of these additional costs, it might be wise to consider another breed of dog.

Have you got a husky? How much did they cost?

Let us know in the comments below.

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Dr. Abdul Basit Javed

Dr. Abdul Basit Javed (DVM, RVMP) is a Small Animal Veterinarian that completed his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Riphah College of Veterinary Sciences.

He has years of experience working with a variety of pets, including exotics. He has a passion for helping animals and takes great pride in providing quality care. To learn more, visit the team section of the about page.

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