I have a siberian husky puppy and i'm having trouble picking a name, any help?
he has blue eyes, so I kinda want it to reflect on that. he's black and white.
He should have an authentic Siberian name. Go to my profile page and read "Best Names For A Siberian Husky". My first Siberian´s name was Kolyma, but his nickname was Kola. (Dogs should not have three syllable names.)
He also had blue eyes.
i was thinking the name Shadow, or Zero... lol but still helpful
Hi DrMark, I was going to recommend that the hubber look at your hubs. lol. You need to give your husky a 2 syllable name that matches his personality.
I like Dr. Mark's suggestion but how about, "Mush".
Just to let you know, I have a dog named "Bart". My husband says he isn't letting me name anything else. :-)
Frost? I have a husky myself, but we named her Daisy because she's always so bright and affectionate.
I think dogs should be named not only according to their looks, but personality. The only problem with that is with puppies that changes dramatically. Named one Angel as she was a gift from God because she almost didn't make it and was all white. Now she has spots like a Dalmation. (not that your dog will change colors). Then again I had another one named Sweet Pea that later should have been Trouble:))).
I always call mine by different names that I like in the same tone and when they pick their heads up and give me that special look I know that's it! Sometimes I do it more than once.
My horse in the picture has two light blue eyes and I named her Sky. You could always do Ocea (like the ocean) or any other numerous beautiful blue features of nature. Good Luck
Steel seems like a good name for a black and white SH with blue eyes. Also, Braun (great strength), Manfred (strong peace), and Zell (wise and peaceful) would be interesting SH names.
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