About Siberian Huskies
Huskies might have been bred for the cold, but their personalities are as warm as can be. Huskies are loving, loyal, hardworking, athletic, and downright cuddly—and one of these pups might just be your new best friend.
Loyal and Loving
Beneath their wolflike exterior lies a loving, loyal dog who’s just as much at home pulling sleds as he is snuggling with you on the couch.
Strong and Hardworking
Huskies were born to work, and love taking on whatever challenge you throw their way—even if it’s just a big bone to chew on.
Huskies are bred to work together with their pack, but nowadays their pack is more likely to be your and your family!
Huskies have energy to burn, and love to tag along on all of your outdoor activities like running, playing fetch, and more.
Huskies are an intelligent breed that responds to obedience training and tricks like a true professional.
Fun for the Whole Family
Huskies make great family pets. These dogs bond with people of all ages, and are great dogs for families with kids.
Our 3 Part Mission
The happiness of our customers, our breeders, and your puppy is the foundation of everything we do.
Connect responsible, ethical breeders with responsible, ethical buyers. Our mission is to take the uncertainty and headache out of finding the perfect puppy.
Help owners keep their puppies happy and healthy throughout the dog's entire life by sourcing and creating the best products, services, and learning materials.
Accelerate the elimination of puppy mills by empowering humane breeders and exposing those with inhumane operations. We want to be part of the solution.
5 Star Breeders
We only work with Siberian Husky breeders who pass our 47 breeder standards. Here are a few of them...
About Uptown Approved Breeders
No puppy mills. No scams. We thoroughly vet all breeders based on our 47 Breeder Standards. When you find a puppy at Uptown, you're not just getting a dog--you're getting peace of mind that your new best friend is coming from an experienced, ethical breeder who loves dogs just as much as you do.
Questions & Answers
The price of Husky puppies may vary from breeder to breeder. Some of the factors that affect Husky prices include eye color, coat color (red and white Siberian Huskies tend to be quite rare!), pedigree, and breeder experience. Uptown Puppies will match you not only with the exact breeder that you’re looking for but also with ones that meet your budget.
That’s not a problem! Uptown covers 48 states (except Alaska and Hawaii) and you are free to find your dream pup from breeders out of your state. The breeders we work with are pros and you can arrange to pick up your new Husky at a major airport near you or you can choose to meet him or her at the breeder’s.
Uptown Puppies thoroughly screens breeders and businesses who want to join our network. Our vetting process includes checking a breeder’s facility, practices, and animal healthcare standards. Less than 10% of applicants make it to the final step -- taking the legally-binding Breeder Pledge which helps ensures accountability.
Uptown Puppies is very careful in allowing who joins its network. This prevents backyard breeders and abusive puppy mills from selling unhealthy pups to well-meaning families. Our mission is to help honest breeders and companies connect with dog lovers who are looking for Husky pups to join their pack.
Puppy mills don’t take good care of their dogs as honest breeders do. They care only about making profit and spend very little on health care. As a result, a lot of Husky puppies from mills are plagued with health and behavioral issues that are expensive to treat. The worst-case scenario is that these puppies die very young, causing their new families heartbreak.
Excited to bring home your new Husky pup? Search the Uptown network today and meet the best Husky breeders and businesses in Austin with puppies ready to go to their new homes soon! Meanwhile, browse our reviews and read about the people who found their dream pup on Uptown.
The Siberian Husky is a working dog bred to accomplish physically-demanding tasks like pulling sleds out in frigid weather. They have thick double coats, distinct masks, upright ears, and a wolf-like appearance. They look very similar to the Alaskan Malamute which is much bigger in size. Huskies originated from Northeast Asia and were first bred by the Chukchi people.
Siberian Huskies have thick double coats which enables them to withstand freezing weather. The same coat makes it tough for them to endure extremely hot temperatures. If you’re living somewhere very warm, it’s important to have indoor space with air-conditioning so that you’re Husky will have a place where it can cool down and be comfortable. Don’t leave your Husky out in the heat!
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