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₹30,000 to ₹40,000




23-28 inches


18-30 Kilograms


Cream, Tan, Black, Gold, Fawn, Silver, White, Red, Chocolate


12-14 Years


4-9 Puppies (approx.)



The Saluki is one of the oldest breeds to be present today in the whole world. Some people believe that these dogs originated in Egypt around 4,000 years ago. There are considered to be a rarity in most places around the globe and that includes India as well.

The demand for this breed is pretty average in this country. But if we talk about whether this breed is a decent fit for a country like India, then the answer is Yes. Saluki canines have a great tolerance to heat and high temperatures and they can comfortably thrive in a hot country like India. These pooches are also not very pricey to bring home especially compared to some other rare breeds. And finally, they are highly apartment friendly and adaptable canines who are quite loyal and faithful to their human parents and loved ones. And all these reasons make these exotic dogs a decent fit for a lot of people who are looking to become a pet parent.

Given below is the average price list of the Saluki puppies which are available in various variations.

  • Saluki Puppy price (Basic): ₹30,000 to ₹40,000
  • Saluki Puppy price (KCI registered): ₹40,000 to ₹50,000
  • Saluki Puppy price (Show Quality): ₹50,000 to ₹80,000

Now, if you are planning to raise a Saluki puppy as a pet and you want to get this canine from a breeder, then you should only focus on getting it from a good and responsible breeder. Many breeders in the country do not care that much about the overall quality of a canine and they are just looking to make some extra money. But, on the other hand, there are some breeders who not only care about the health and fitness of the pups but they also prioritize the potential pet parents’ needs over everything else. And, you should try to get the pup of your dreams from such reliable breeders only as that way not only you are ensuring the health of the canine you are interested in but you also get the much-needed peace of mind. And, thus, it is extremely important that you never compromise on the quality of a canine and the standards of a breeder while you are looking for a new furry friend.

Saluki for Adoption

If you want to become a dog parent but you don’t want to look for your future four-legged companion at a breeder’s place, then there is an even better option for you. Adoption allows you to get the canine you desire from a reputable and reliable place. There are numerous trustworthy adoption homes where you can find a lot of different kinds of pooches. Even the breeds that are not very popular in the country like the Saluki can also be sometimes found at these adoption places. We at Tailsbuddy have always supported this amazing cause and we urge you to Adopt the canine you desire as that way you’ll also be promoting and supporting this noble cause. If you need any kind of help regarding adopting a dog, then you can call or WhatsApp us on +91 9555566321 and we'll connect you to the best adoption centers as soon as possible.

And, if you need any further help or advice on how to properly raise a pooch or how to keep him fit and healthy, then again you can rely on us. Just message us on WhatsApp saying “Hi, I want to become a Pet Parent” on +91 9555566321 and we’ll help you out as quickly as possible.

Factors Affecting the Saluki Dog Price in India

Now there are various factors that can affect the original Saluki price in India. These factors are as follows:


There are three different price categories for a Saluki dog (in India): Basic, KCI Registered and Show Quality.

  • Basic category includes all those dogs and puppies that are not registered to any kennel club including KCI. A basic Saluki puppy can cost anywhere around ₹30,000.
  • KCI is short for Kennel Club of India and if a dog belongs to KCI Registered category, then it means you will get a canine whose quality is up to the mark. You will also be able to participate in KCI dog shows if your canine is registered and also you will get a KCI registration certificate.
  • A Show Quality dog means that the canine is closest to the ideal as mentioned in the Breed Standards. If you are not planning to participate in dog shows with your pooch, then it does not matter all that much whether you buy a Show Quality dog or a Normal Pet Quality one.

Physical Attributes and Characteristics

Physical characteristics such as color of the coat or the length of the coat can also influence the overall price of a pooch. As Saluki canines can have two different kinds of coat which are of different lengths, the price of this canine can also vary because of this. Two types of coats that these pooches can possess are – Smooth coat (short coat) and Feathered coat (long coat).

Also, these dogs are found in a lot of different coat colors and depending upon the rarity of the coat color, the price of this canine can again vary. Different coat colors in which Saluki canines can be found in are – Cream, Tan, Black, Gold, Fawn, Silver, White, Red and Chocolate. The rarer the color of the coat, the higher might be the price of the Saluki.

Age & Gender

Young dogs and puppies are known to cost more as compared to older canines. Also, male dogs are sometimes sold at a higher price as compared to their female counterparts.

Pure or Mix Breed

The cost of a purebred Saluki is higher than the mixed-breed as there are lesser chances for a purebred puppy to develop hereditary health problems as compared to the one that is mixed-breed.

Availability and Location

Dogs that are readily available in an area tend to cost less compared to those pooches who are not that easily available. In case of Saluki, these canines are not very easily available in several parts of India, hence their price is a bit higher compared to those breeds that are pretty easy to find in the country. But still, for a rare breed, the overall price of the Saluki canines is not extremely high in this country (compared to other rare breeds).

Reputed Breeder

Popular or famous breeders are also known to charge a bit more for rarer breeds as compared to those breeders who are not so reputed and well-known like them. Hence, this also influences the overall price of a dog in a region.

Miscellaneous Factors

  • Champion Bloodline: If a dog belongs to a champion bloodline, meaning any of its predecessors (forefathers) were given the title of Champion in an official dog event, then its price can also go fairly high.
  • Microchip: The price of a dog can also increase if it has been microchipped by the KCI. The extremely small pet microchip helps in providing a permanent ID for your pet.

Read some information regarding Saluki and see if it’s a right fit for you or not-

Saluki dogs possess a slender and lean body which is covered with a soft and silky coat. These dogs carry themselves with immense pride, dignity and gracefulness. They are filled to the brim with a great amount of speed, stamina and endurance. The section below will help you in deciding whether this breed is right for you or not.

Reasons that might make a Saluki suitable for you:

  • These dogs are quite adaptable in nature.
  • They are affectionate and quite loyal to their parents and loved ones.
  • Their grooming needs are not that high.
  • Their tolerance to hot weather conditions is awesome and thus they can comfortably thrive in most countries with a tropical climate like India.
  • These dogs are fairly gentle and careful with small kids.

Reasons that might make a Saluki ill-suited for you:

  • Their exercising needs are quite high.
  • They are not highly recommended to a novice dog parent as it can be, sometimes, a little challenging to train them.
  • They are quite reserved with strangers and may seem a bit aloof at times.