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
Orlando Siberian Husky puppies will vary in price, and the final cost can depend on factors like pedigree and parentage, coat color (some coat colors are extremely rare), eye color, breeder expertise and experience, and much more. We’re here to help you connect with the best breeder possible, including a pup that fits your budget.
When you tap into the Uptown Network, you’re not forced to choose from local options if you can’t find the ideal puppy. Many of our listed businesses and breeders are pros at arranging travel for your pooch, and you can pick up your new best friend from any major US airport after making travel accommodations through your breeder.
Uptown Puppies admits fewer than 10% of the applicants who apply to join our network. Our stringent, tough vetting process makes sure that only the top breeders and businesses—the ones who really love puppies—make it through our safety net. Take a look at our Breeder Pledge for more info on what we look for in the ideal breeder.
It might shock you to learn that not everyone who breeds dogs for a living actually cares about their dogs. Our mission in life is simple—empower the best, most humane breeders and puppy businesses in the nation to meet loving families like yours. Adopting your dream dog has never been easier or more fun than it will be at Uptown.
Puppy mills are cramped, hot “dog factories” where countless puppies are born every year. Mill dogs are often diseased and can come with dangerous behavioral problems that could make them a threat to you or your family. What’s worse, puppy mill dogs often die young—costing you thousands in vet bills and untold emotional pain.
Are you ready to meet the Husky puppy of your dreams? Get in touch with Uptown immediately and take a peek at some of our preferred breeder-business partners. Have a look at reviews from some of our most recent Husky owners, and get ready to meet your dream dog from our partners’ upcoming litters!
Siberian Huskies are medium-sized working dogs. They’re recognizable by their thick, furry double coat, their pointy triangle-shaped ears, and their distinctive wolflike markings. They’re smaller than the Alaskan Malamute, another very similar breed. Huskies come from Northeast Asia, where they were bred for guarding, companionship and sled-pulling.
Today’s Siberian Husky pups are very much the same dogs who were bred for the frigid shores of Siberia. As you may expect, these dogs don’t do well when forced to deal with hot temperatures. If you live in Orlando, please be sure to give your Husky plenty of access to air conditioning and time to cool down!
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