In an attempt to make the domestic dog appear more like a wolf, Northern Inuit dogs were created.
This is an unrecognized dog breed developed during the 1980s by mixing Siberian Huskies, Inuit dogs, and German Shepherds.
The breed is both highly intelligent and quick-witted, so it is not good for inexperienced dog owners; however, they are completely non-aggressive dogs and make the perfect pet for the right home.
The Northern Inuit is both loyal and protective. You may be asking yourself where can I find a Northern Inuit Dog for sale?
If you think the Northern Inuit is the perfect breed for you, there are many breeders you can look into down below.
How Much Does a Northern Inuit Dog Cost?
This breed can be quite hard to find, especially in the United States. Most often, you will find a breeder of this breed in the European countries.
Not all international breeders will ship their puppies internationally, so keep that in mind. This can also affect the price extremely.
You can expect to pay around $800 to even over a $1,000 for one of these puppies. While this will vary from breeder to breeder based on the puppy’s first shots, gender, and if the puppy is microchipped.
Northern Inuit Female Dogs can have anywhere from five to twelve puppies in one litter. They typically only have one litter every ear or every two years.
Northern Inuit Dog Breeders
When you are getting started to find a Northern Inuit Dog for sale there are a few places you can check one of them being the breeds registry site. You can find a list of reputable breeders here at: topdeblogs.com/available-dogs/uk-registered-breeders/
Here you will find a couple of reputable Northern Inuit breeders that I was able to find on the internet:
They have been breeding the Northern Inuit Dog breed for many years. They live on a big farm that allows their dogs and puppies to run around getting plenty of exercises.
They say that they only feed their dogs the best foods and that they love to stay up to date with all the owners and puppies they have ever bred.
They offer support on anything you need when you get a puppy from them. They also encourage if you are interested in a puppy that you contact them to come out and have a visit.
You can check them, out here: topdeblogs.com/puppy-news/getting-a-puppy/ and see all the upcoming litters they are going to have.
Mountain Myst Northern Inuits
It can be very hard to find a Northern Inuit dog breeder in the United States, and this breeder is one of the three that are there. Many breeders who breed this dog are in different countries.
They have grown their pack over the years and have puppies at least once a year.
Their puppies are extremely popular due to their great reputation. You will most likely have to get on a waiting list a couple of years out.
They have great communication skills and will email you back quite quickly. You can get started and fill out a puppy application here: topdeblogs.com/puppy-news
Traildog Northern Inuits
Another popular Northern Inuit breeder is the Traildog Northern Inuits. They specialize in breeding and preserving the breed.
The Breeders love to get outside on trails for bike ride and hikes. They love to bring their dogs with them.
They post a lot of pictures of the dogs and puppies. If you are interested in a puppy, you will have to get on a waiting list for their next litter.
What Should I know before adopting a Northern Inuit Dog?
Before choosing a Northern Inuit puppy, you should know that if you live in the United States it will cost you some money.
The truth is that not only is the Northern Inuit Dog price expensive, but you will more than likely have to get the puppy shipped in from Europe. Thus, not making for the cheapest dog to add to your family.
So, before you begin looking for Northern Inuits for sale, you should know that they are not readily available in every region of the world, so they can become expensive to purchase.
The other part is that they are a highly desirable dog, so it is not uncommon to be forced to place your name on a waiting list. In the end, just make sure you know what you are getting, and you will have the most loyal companion ever!
Northern Inuit Dog Rescues
If you have been searching consistently for a Northern Inuit Dog but have had no luck, then you should definitely consider adopting a dog from a rescue. You can even choose to foster home a dog for a while too.
It can be quite hard to find a specific rescue for this breed, but there are however multiple rescues for a variety of wolf lookalike dogs.
One rescue I was able to find is the Northern Inuit Society Rescue where you can contact them and see what they have available.
I hope this helps you have a lot of options when looking for this breed of dog.