Take a look at these husky names along with their meanings to help you pick out a name that best reflects your pet dog...
If there's an impressive breed that not only has class but worldwide charm among dog breeds, it is the alpha dog of all dogs, the husky. These dogs are more a wolf-like breed than anything else, seeing that they have very similar features and an ancestral trail that has wolves as its primary line.
The different kinds of huskies that are known to exist are, the Greenland husky, Alaskan malamute, Sakhalin husky, Siberian husky, Mackenzie river husky, and the Alaskan malamute.
The two most common kinds of huskies are the Alaskan and Siberian, with many dog lovers owning these strong-bodied breeds. They are pretty much a very dominant kind of dog, usually taking charge of tasks and activities, although owners can make changes in that department and command huskies in a dominant fashion.
Huskies need a lot of time and patience when it comes to training and overall behavior, seeing that they aren't adapted to being in big cities or towns, but a more solitude setting. This dog breed is known to be used as sled dogs, being as powerful as they are.
Their thick coats show evidence of having to endure extremely cold climates, although heat works in their favor as well when it comes to protection. Many dog owners proudly walk astride their huskies, for it is a sight to definitely look upon with awe. The facade that the dog portrays can only harness one to look twice in wonder.
My brother once saw someone walking a dog and asked the guy which breed it was, he replied saying that it was a Siberian husky. My brother was undoubtedly impressed as he narrated the incident to me.
It isn't common out here to spot dog owners with a husky, but maybe it is in places where the weather tends to dip below the minus margin, or even in hot spots, although huskies do prefer the cold.
Feel free to look up some more interesting names on your own, and find one which suits your little best friend like a glove.