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Breed Group: Working
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The Samoyed proves to be a friendly and gentle breed, warming up to almost anyone. Very easy going, sweet, and beautiful, this breed takes kindly to almost all people. This breed does not do well as a guard or watch dog, however is highly intelligent.
This is a very peaceful breed that tends to be very active. Very loyal, the Samoyed usually favors his master but will be friendly to most people. A very sociable breed, he is not only beautiful but makes a wonderful companion.
This dog has the tendency to bark quite a bit, and will alert you when someone is approaching. Does not do well with smaller and more passive animals, but can do well with cats and other dogs. The Samoyed is very friendly and does well with children.
The Samoyed has a very thick coat, which requires much grooming. They shed heavily during warmer seasons and should be regularly brushed. The coat of this dog tends to trap dirt, but with regular brushing it should release easily.
The Samoyed has a long and thick double coat and requires a lot of grooming. The outercoat should be harsher than the undercoat, but still fairly soft. Undercoat should be short, thick, and should have wool like texture.
This breed can be very willful and stubborn when it comes to obedience training but will do well with firm, consistent, and patient training techniques. Variety is best as Samoyeds can have a low attention span.
The Samoyed does best in cooler climates, but will do okay in warmer weather. Proper exercise is required as this breed can be lively, but proper water and rests must be given as this breed has a wooly coat.
Male: 45-65; Female: 35-50 lbs
Male: 21-23.5; Female: 19-21 inches
White, white and biscuit, cream, or all biscuit
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Expected Budget: Buying vs. Owning in 2022

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How much do Samoyed puppies cost?

The cost to buy a Samoyed varies greatly and depends on many factors such as the breeders' location, reputation, litter size, lineage of the puppy, breed popularity (supply and demand), training, socialization efforts, breed lines and much more. Review how much Samoyed puppies for sale sell for below.

The current median price for all Samoyeds sold is $3,375.00. This is the price you can expect to budget for a Samoyed with papers but without breeding rights nor show quality. Expect to pay less for a puppy without papers, however, we do not recommend buying a puppy without papers.

Looking for a dog with a superior lineage? Are you trying to determine how much a puppy with breeding rights and papers would cost? You should expect to pay a premium for a puppy with breeding rights or even for a puppy advertised as show quality with papers. You should budget anywhere from $3,600 upwards to $6,800 or even more for a Samoyed with top breed lines and a superior pedigree. The average cost for all Samoyeds sold is $1,400.

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What can I expect to pay for a puppy?

Median Price: $3,375.00
Average Price: $1,400.00
Top Quality: $3,600.00 to $6,800.00

*Data sourced from the sale of 1559 Samoyed puppies across the United States on

Annual cost of owning a Samoyed puppy

Before buying a puppy it is important to understand the associated costs of owning a dog. The annual cost or "upkeep" is often overlooked when determining a Samoyeds true ownership cost. When calculating your budget make sure you account for the price of food, vaccines, heartworm, deworming, flea control, vet bills, spay/neuter fees, grooming, dental care, food, training and supplies such as a collar, leash, crate, bed, bowls, bones, and toys. All of these items can add up quickly so make sure you estimate anywhere from $500 - $2,000 or more for the first year then about $500 - $1,000 or more every year thereafter to meet the annual financial obligations of your growing, loving dog.

Most Popular Samoyed Names for 2022

We've compiled the top 20 male and female names for 2017 after analyzing the sale of 1559 Samoyed dogs.
  • 1. Sadie
  • 2. Joy
  • 3. Pink Girl
  • 4. Princess
  • 5. Blue Boy
  • 6. Frisky
  • 7. Purple Girl
  • 8. Webster
  • 9. Furby
  • 10. Jarvis
  • 11. Red Boy
  • 12. Sam
  • 13. Walker
  • 14. Josie
  • 15. Misty
  • 16. Steven
  • 17. Champ
  • 18. Daisy
  • 19. Jasper
  • 20. Joey

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Featured Samoyed Breeder

White Sapphire Samoyeds, Inc.
Member Since: August 2011
Location: N/A
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I am a licensed Hobby Kennel located in Hillsborough County, Valrico, Florida. We breed Samoyeds only. Puppies will ONLY be held upon the completion of: 1) Application; 2) approval of your application; 3) a security deposit of $500; and, 4)  a face to face meeting.   A screening of the application and deposit are required to hold a puppy for any potential owner.   Our Litters will be registered with the American Kennel Club, they come with a 2 year Health Guarantee, and all breeding stock are tested for Hip/Elbow Dysplasia, Eyes are Clear, Heart and Thyroid are tested as well. ALL PUPPIES ARE EVALUATED BY AN AKC DELEGATE AT 7 WEEKS OLD.   We encourage you to come see our hobby kennel and meet the Sire and Dam and their progeny. We also encourage you to view health screens and veterinary records, on site only. White Sapphire Samoyeds, Inc. is a  Hobby Kennel. Puppies are raised in our home with our family, underfoot, and socialized with humans from the time of whelp to the time the puppy goes home with its new family.  We begin socializing the puppies with Adults and Children after the puppies are 6 weeks old. Puppies are never left unattended from whelp to 8 weeks of age. We are Members of The Samoyed Club of America, Central Florida Samoyed Fanciers, and the University of Florida Cooperative Extension Services Hillsborough County Dog Project, which is an All Breed Club Project with Agility and Obedience and Conformation/Showmanship Competitions. All of our Breeding Stock are shown in Conformation Shows through the  American Kennel Club, International Kennel Clubs, and United Kennel Clubs.  We also compete in Obedience, Agility. Lure Coursing and Rally-O. We invite you to visit our offices and view accomplishments of our Breeding Stock as well as the Health Certifications and Veterinary Records.   (This type of information is easily compromised by less reputable breeders; therefore, we do not post this information on any public website.), We encourage you to come by our offices and review the health information of the Sire and Dam. White Sapphire Samoyeds, Inc. has been inspected and approved by State of Florida Department of Agriculture, granted an APHIS Exemption, registered with US Department of Agriculture, incorporated in the State of Florida, and is licensed, bonded and insured. Thank you for your interest in White Sapphire Samoyeds, Inc.

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Anonymous asked:
Are Samoyed's just white?

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In short, no. The Samoyed breed is primarily white, however they can come in what is called a cream or biscuit coloration either along side the white or full bodied. This coloration of Samoyed is not shown in the confirmation or dog show settings as often, but it is not a disqualification. Most Samoyeds are white, as that is the most popular coloration of the breed, as well as the base lineage coloration.

Anonymous asked:
We currently have 3 cats and are thinking about getting a Samoyed puppy. We're rarely gone more than 4 hours at a time, but don't want the dog to be bored and destructive when we're gone. Wondering if two dogs would be better, but also worried it might be overwhelming to have 2 Samoyed puppies.

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Puppies are a ton of work, there is socialization, training, bonding, ect. Having more than one puppy at the same time puts not only an extra stress on the family, but there are some behavioral problems that the puppies will experience if not worked with correctly. Puppies learn as a pack in their litter what they can and can not do with each other with play, food, resting, ect. When it is time for a puppy to bond with his/her new owner or family; the puppy learns by interacting with them as a new pack. If you get 2 puppies, the puppy has no reason to bond with a new pack because they have their brother or sister from their old pack. This in turn keeps both puppies from interacting, bonding and learning the family dynamic in their new pack. It is very difficult and hard on the puppy's grow up this way as separation anxiety, possession aggression, territorial aggression, resource guarding, and other negative behaviors tend to flair up and become a problem very quickly in one or both puppies. Since you are rarely gone more than 4 hours at a time, one puppy is going to do just fine. He/She needs to learn how to be on their own and that you and your family will return. This is a healthy and good environment for a puppy. Work on crate training just as soon as he/she comes home and remember, a tired dog is a good dog. Set your puppy up for success by exercising him/her before you leave and give him/her something positive to chew on while you are gone so he/she is not destructive. Your puppy will chew for a little while on the good toy/chew item and then fall asleep until you come home. This will associate a positive reaction for when you leave, so your dog takes his/her alone time as time to rest and be calm while waiting for you to come home.

Anonymous asked:
How do you know that a breeder is legitimate and not a scam artist? Are these breeders all verified? I'm nervous to send a deposit.



If they don't give you a location- they have things on their website that say click here for payment or try to get you to pay online. Also, for whatever dog you're looking for, look up pictures of that dog, if someones website has a picture you've seen don't trust them. This is why it's best to see the breeder face to face.


There are many ways to figure out if a breeder is legitimate or not. Your gut will be one of them. Make sure that their dogs registration numbers match with the actual registration company they are registered with. Ask for previous puppy owners names and numbers; contact them and ask about their experiences and their dogs now. Ask for their vet information and call, make sure their dogs are healthy and that they regularly bring their dogs and puppies to the vet. Get a recite for everything, including a deposit and a written contract with both signatures on it.

Anonymous asked:
How much do Samoyed puppies cost on average? I am interested in the breed but am not sure what the average price should be.

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The average price of a Samoyed puppy is between $1000.00 - $1500.00; but that does not mean that a puppy can not cost less or more. Breeders price their puppy's compared to what other breeders in their area price at, the pedigree of the puppy (ie: if the dam and sire are champions or not), if the puppy can be registered, if the puppy is a pet or has breeding rights, and what testing has been done on the dam and sire to off-set the cost of creating the litter in the first place.

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What is the build of Samoyeds?

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The Samoyed is a medium to large breed dog weighing in between 35 - 65 lbs and being between 19 - 23.5 inches high at the shoulder. They are a well built, active dog that is very agile. They have a thick, white coat that needs regular grooming to keep pristine and mat-free.

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Updated: 7/4/2022