Badass Husky Names You will Love (260 + Ideas)

Husky is the perfect companion for those who lead active lifestyles. They are known as a sled dog breed and even though they’re not bigger than other breeds of dogs, they have enormous endurance and determination.

Husky is a medium sized dog breed that originated from Northern Siberia. In fact, this sled dog breed was developed to pull heavy loads at extreme temperatures and in difficult terrains. They are also known as Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Huskies because they were used by the Chukchi people of northeastern Asia during their hunting trips. The hardy nature of these dogs allowed them to survive even in places where people couldn’t live easily such as Alaska. Their endurance is one of their many traits that make them suitable working in colder climates.

Huskies have such beautiful and unique personalities; finding the perfect name can be difficult. But don’t worry, we’re here to help with our list of over 650 names for all sorts of different types of pups out there. Check it out below and let us know which one is your favorite in the comments section. We love hearing from readers like you and always appreciate feedback on blog posts!

Husky Names

A-Z Puppy Names

Ace (Alpha, Deuce)

Aiko (Akita, Chow Chow, German Shepherd, Husky)

Akito (Akita)

Alika (Alaskan Malamute)

Anuko (Anatolian Shepherd, Dogo Argentino)

Banni (Basenji)

Bella

Blanche

Bobo

Boxer

Bouncer

Bosshog

Brando

Breaker

Bruiser

Bruno

Brutus

Buca

Buck

Buzz

Cali

Cami

Capone

Cassie

Champ

Chelsey

Cooper

Cosmo

Cowboy

Crash

Crimson

Dakota

Dasher

Dave

DaVinci

Deacon

Denali

Dixie

Dotty

Duke

Eevee

Emmett

Esmeey

Eve

Eliot

Evin

Enzo

Eureka

Ezra

Farley

Fiona

Fluffy

Frosty

Gaston

Georgina

Georgy

Giggy

Gizmo

Goliath

Gracie

Hank

Harley

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Harlowe

Haukko

Harvey

Hatori

Hektor

Hera

Holly

Hunter

Iditarod

Inga

Ira

Ivy

Jagger

Janet

Jasmine

Joey

Juno

Kacy

Kitty

Kitai

Koala

Kodiak

Lara

Leika

Leo

Levon

Lillie

Link

Luca

Maiko

Magnum

Maksim

Malichi

Mandy

Max

Merle

Mia

Molly

Moon

Moosy

Nasty

Neville

Nikita

Oculus

Oscar

Orson

Otis

Otto

Paasha

Pakalu

Pandora

Pappy

Parvati

Pebbles

Phoebe

Piper

Prince

Rhapsody

Rocky

Romulus

Roux

Ruutu

Rusty

Sassy

Scooby

Scout

Siku

Silas

Sloane

Sparx

Spitz Star (Alaskan Husky)

Stitch

Storm

Summer

Taiga

Talon

Tangier

Teddy

Tesla

Tessie

Tilly

Timber

Toby

Trent

Tucker

Tyne

Unity

Vali

Velma

Verdi

Vivienne

Vixen

Wolverine

Xena

Zazel

Zoey

Some Additional Name Ideas

Adonis

Amore

Apollo

Caruso

Casanova

Chuchu

Chubby

Chief

Conrad

Cosmo

Cupid

Dash

Deadpool

Dino

Diablo

Donna

Duke

Earnest

Ebony

Elder

Ezekiel

Ezio

Fierce

Felix

Ferrari

Finn

Flash

Gordon

Freddrick

Galahad

Goliath

Grady

Grizzly

Herman

Hunter

Infinity

Jasper

Kamil

Lupin

Lycra

Magnus

Maverick

Moody

Nala

Nomad

Pandora

Patch

Pearl

Pepper

Phobos

Pia

Princess

Quattro

Raptor

Regal

Rex

Rogue

Roxy

Sabrina

Saffron

Sasha

Sera

Shadow

Shazam

Sheba

Silver

Spike

Tempest

Teslan

Tolstoy

Tuxedo

Venus

Virginia

Vivian

Volodya

Voodoo

Xenia

Xena

4 Important Things to Remember while naming your Husky

No matter what breed of dog you have, naming them is a task that many owners struggle with. So huskies are no different .If you’re trying to find the perfect name for your pup, there’s some things that need to be taken into consideration first. Here are 4 important things to remember while naming your husky: 

 • A good way to start thinking about a name is by looking at their fur color or markings. For example names like “Snowy” or “Sasha” would go well with more white colored dogs whereas darker fur colors may suit names like “Rufus” or “Shadow”. 

• It’s also important not to give any potential nicknames as this will help prevent confusion when it comes time for training. 

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• Avoid giving any names that might sound the same as a command so it’s best to avoid names like “Lassie” or “Puppy”. This will help prevent confusion when you’re training your dog.

• You’ll also want to avoid naming them after anything such as food, toys, games etc. Also names such as “Buddy” or “Spot” should be avoided. This is because you do not want to confuse your dog with basic commands like no, sit, stay etc. also in an emergency situation where they may need urgent medical attention. It can become very difficult to identify your pet if they have a name derived from something that we use in daily language (i.e: Buddy). 

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Immad Amir

Immad has a black Labrador who is his first child. With no prior experience of how to take care of his pooch, Immad started researching about what dogs love to eat. This blog is a journal of all the research Immad has done regarding a pet's diet.
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