Rachel is a stay-at-home pet mom, caring for her dog, cat, turtle, tortoise, and fish. She's a content writer in various niches but most notably in the pet field, educating pet parents on the health and wellbeing of their furry friends. When she's not writing, she's reading, playing video games, or organizing something.

White Husky – The Complete Guide

Rachel Poli Author
Aug 13 ·

The White Husky is a beautiful Siberian Husky with a solid white coat. This purebred was bred nearly 3,000 years ago in Siberia, Russia, as working dogs and sled dogs. These pups are built to deal with harsh, cold weather. Siberian Huskies can come in many coat colors, so where did the white Husky come from? Let’s learn more about this beautiful pup.


The white Husky is a rare occurrence. However, this particular Husky has a solid white coat is all thanks to a recessive gene. This means when two dogs, in this case, two purebred Siberian Huskies, carry this recessive gene, at least one of the puppies in the litter will have a solid white coat, also known as an Albino Husky. Lukety…

Some white Huskies can also have a yellow or fawn tint to their coat. These particular pups are called Isabella White Huskies. These doggos will also most likely have a solid black nose with icy blue eyes.

Your Husky may also have brown eyes, but it’s not common. What’s more common than their piercing blue eyes is if they have different-colored eyes, also known as heterochromia. 

Other than their coat color, the white Husky isn’t too much different than a Siberian Husky. This pooch will grow about twenty to 23 inches tall and weigh about 35 to 50 pounds. Females will be slightly smaller and lighter than males. 

The temperament of the White Husky

Albino Huskies are gentle, friendly, affectionate and loyal to their family members. They enjoy cuddling and will make a great family dog. This doggo loves children and will get along well with other dogs and pets in the house. If you’re looking for a guard dog, though, you won’t find it from the white Husky. They’re silly, love to play, and are too friendly for their own good.

Despite their beautiful white coat, the Siberian Husky can look intimidating, and they do have a loud bark. So, they may chase intruders away based on looks alone. Their bark is loud and proud, and it’s excessive. This pooch loves to listen to itself talk and will howl all day if they want to. Bowie…

There are a few reasons as to why your Albino Husky may bark excessively or howl. For example, there might be a stranger approaching, they want your attention, or sometimes they feel the need to let loose. Needless to say, be mindful of your neighbors when your dog howls at odd hours of the day. 

Overall, the Albino Husky is easy enough to train. They are headstrong and might be stubborn at times, but with short training sessions and plenty of positive reinforcement, you can easily train and socialize your Husky.

Caring for your White Husky

Your white Husky will be able to live a long, happy, and healthy life for 12 to 14 years with proper care.


Huskies have a thick double coat that will shed quite a bit. So, if you’re looking for a hypoallergenic dog breed, then this isn’t the one for you. You’ll need to brush your white Husky at least two or three times per week. During shedding season, once per day will be ideal. In addition, regularly check and clean your dog’s ears, teeth, and trim their nails. Lexi…


Your Albino Husky will need at least 1.5 to two cups of high-quality dog food per day. Before deciding on your dog’s diet and meal plan, talk to your veterinarian first. Every dog has different needs, and your vet will be able to help you choose the best plan for your furry friend.


Siberian Huskies are super active and energetic. They’ll need at least an hour and a half of exercise and playtime every day. This pooch will do well with endurance and agility activities. They’ll be more than happy to play with you in the yard, dog park, or go for a hike. In addition to physical exercise, this pooch also needs plenty of mental stimulation. 

Health problems

Siberian Huskies are typically healthy. However, some health issues can arise. For example, your white Husky may be prone to hip dysplasia or cataracts. Therefore, bringing your pooch to the vet for regular check-ups at least once or twice a year is ideal. Yeti…

Where to find a White Husky

White Huskies are rare, so chances are you won’t be able to find them at your local shelter or Husky rescue. But, of course, that’s always a good place to start because you never know what you may find.

A reputable breeder will most likely be your best bet. However, don’t seek out a Siberian Husky breeder with the intent of finding an Albino Husky. A good breeder will care about the dog’s health and wellbeing first. They won’t purposefully mix two Huskies with the recessive gene to make the rare Albino Husky.

How much does a White Husky cost?

Despite how rare this dog breed is, the cost isn’t as much as you’d think. However, you can expect to spend between $400 and $800 for this gorgeous pup. Zarya…

Should you bring home a White Husky?

Huskies aren’t for everyone. They have high energy needs, and they shed quite a bit. However, if the White Husky tickles your fancy, you’re an active family and don’t mind fur all over your house, then definitely check out this awesome breed.

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White Husky – Photos

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Rachel Poli Author
Rachel is a stay-at-home pet mom, caring for her dog, cat, turtle, tortoise, and fish. She's a content writer in various niches but most notably in the pet field, educating pet parents on the health and wellbeing of their furry friends. When she's not writing, she's reading, playing video games, or organizing something.
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