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300+ Husky Dog Names (With Meanings)

James Livingood has been a dog sitter for several years. He has written numerous articles and a book about the topic because he loves dogs.

Husky Puppy

Husky Puppy

Husky dogs are most well known for pulling sleds. However, these wonderful canines can make great additions to your family. Husky dogs are energetic and have a double-thick coat. That means they love walks no matter the weather. In addition, they self-regulate their temperature with their diet. If they live in warm weather, they will eat less. If they live in cold weather, they eat more. These are just a few reasons why husky dogs make wonderful pets.

Take a look at this list of husky dog names and find the one that matches your specific bundle of fur.

Husky Dog Names A-B

NameMeaning

Ace

a playing card or die marked with or having the value indicated by a single spot: He dealt me four aces in the first hand.

Alexa

a female given name, form of Alexandra.

Alfie

a male given name, form of Alfred.

Alwin

a male given name.

Amal

amalgamate.

Anastasia

daughter of Nicholas II: believed executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918 with other members of the Romanov family.

Angelica

Genus of flowering plants in the celery family Apiaceae

Anna

a former cupronickel coin of Pakistan, the 16th part of a rupee: last issued in 1960.

Apollo

the ancient Greek and Roman god of light, healing, music, poetry, prophecy, and manly beauty; the son of Leto and brother of Artemis.

Ares

the ancient Greek god of war, a son of Zeus and Hera, identified by the Romans with Mars.

Artur

a male given name.

Arya

Self-designation used by ancient Indo-Iranian peoples

Ash

Waste product of fires

Asher

Biblical figure

Aspen

Common name for certain tree species

Astra

to the stars through difficulties: motto of Kansas.

Athena

the virgin deity of the ancient Greeks worshiped as the goddess of wisdom, fertility, the useful arts, and prudent warfare. At her birth she sprang forth fully armed from the head of her father, Zeus.

Atlas

a bound collection of maps.

Aurora

Natural light display that occurs in the sky, primarily at high latitudes (near the Arctic and Antarctic)

Autumn

One of the Earth's four temperate seasons

Avery

American farm tractor manufacturer

Axel

a jump performed by a skater leaping from the front outer edge of one skate into the air to make 1.5 rotations of the body and landing on the back outer edge of the other skates

Babushka

a woman's scarf, often triangular, used as a hood with two of the ends tied under the chin.

Baby

Very young offspring of humans

Bailey

the defensive wall surrounding an outer court of a castle.

Balto

Sled dog

Bambi

1942 American animated Disney drama film directed by David Hand

Bandit

a robber, especially a member of a gang or marauding band.

Barbara

a female given name: from a Greek word meaning foreign, exotic.

Bart

a male given name, form of Bartholomew, Bartlett, or Bartram.

Basil

any of several aromatic herbs belonging to the genus Ocimum, of the mint family: prized for its savory green leaves, sweet basil (O. basilicum) has more than 150 culinary cultivars, including the tiny-leafed bush basil , the large-leafed mammoth basil , and the purple-leafed dark opal basil .

Beal

a god of the ancient Celts, a personification of the sun.

Bear

Family of mammals

Beau

a male lover or sweetheart.

Bella

a female given name, form of Isabella.

Belle

a woman or girl admired for her beauty and charm.

Bertha

a collar or trimming, as of lace, worn about the shoulders by women, as over a low-necked waist or dress.

Bianca

a female given name: from an Italian word meaning “white.”

Bing Bong

Door bell sound

Blaze

a bright flame or fire

Blue

Primary colour between violet and green in the spectrum

Bonnie

a female given name: from the Latin word meaning “good.”

Boo

(used to express contempt or disapprobation or to startle or frighten).

Boomer

a person or thing that booms.

Boomerang

a bent or curved piece of tough wood used by Australian Aboriginal peoples as a throwing club, one form of which can be thrown so as to return to the thrower.

Boots

a servant, as at a hotel, who blacks or polishes shoes and boots.

Boris

a male given name.

Bowie

U.S. soldier and pioneer.

Bruce

U.S. politician: first African American to serve a full term as U.S. senator 1875-81.

Bruno

Italian philosopher.

Buck

the male of the deer, antelope, rabbit, hare, sheep, or goat.

Bucky

American musician

Buddy

comrade or chum (often used as a term of address).

Buffy

Television show

Husky Sniffing Rock Formation

Husky Sniffing Rock Formation

Husky Dog Names C-G

NameMeaning

Cali

Municipality in Valle del Cauca, Colombia

Cammo/Camo

Blended color for disguise

Celeste

a female given name: from a Latin word meaning heavenly.

Charlie

a word used in communications to represent the letter C.

Chase

to pursue in order to seize, overtake

Chewy

Fictional character in the Star Wars franchise

Cheyenne

Group of indigenous people of the Great Plains

Chief

the head or leader of an organized body of people; the person highest in authority: the chief of police.

Chilly

mildly cold or producing a sensation of cold; causing shivering; chill: a chilly breeze.

Chino

a tough, twilled cotton cloth used for uniforms, sports clothes, etc.

Chyna

American professional wrestler, glamour model, bodybuilder

Cloud

Visible mass of liquid droplets or frozen crystals suspended in the atmosphere

Coco

coconut palm.

Cody

U.S. Army scout and showman.

Comet

a celestial body moving about the sun, usually in a highly eccentric orbit, consisting of a central mass surrounded by an envelope of dust and gas that may form a tail that streams away from the sun.

Cooper

Maker of staved vessels such as barrels

Cosmo

world and universe

Daisy

Species of flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae

Dakota

a former territory in the United States: divided into the states of North Dakota and South Dakota in 1889.

Dandelion

a weedy composite plant, Taraxacum officinale, having edible, deeply toothed or notched leaves, golden-yellow flowers, and rounded clusters of white, hairy seeds.

Dante

Italian poet: author of the Divine Comedy.

Dash

Punctuation mark

Dasher

a person or thing that dashes.

Delta

the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet

Denis

a male given name.

Desna

a river rising in the western Russian Federation flowing south to join the Dnieper River near Kyiv in Ukraine. About 500 miles (800 km) long.

Devil Dog

a United States Marine.

Dexter

American comic science fiction animated television series

Diana

former wife of Charles, Prince of Wales.

Diesel

Type of internal combustion engine

Dixie

Nickname for the Southern United States

Dora

a female given name: from a Greek word meaning gift.

Dorothy

a female given name, form of Dorothea.

Dory

a boat with a narrow, flat bottom, high bow, and flaring sides.

Dotty

crazy or eccentric.

Drift

a driving movement or force; impulse; impetus; pressure.

Duke

Noble or royal title in some European countries and their colonies

Dwight

U.S. ecclesiastic: president of Yale University 1886-98.

Echo

a repetition of sound produced by the reflection of sound waves from a wall, mountain, or other obstructing surface.

Eliza

a female given name, form of Elizabeth.

Elle

a noun suffix occurring in loanwords from French, where it originally formed diminutives, now often with a derivative sense in which the diminutive force is lost (bagatelle; prunelle; rondelle); also in Anglicized forms of Latin words ending in -ella (organelle).

Elmer

a male given name: from Old English words meaning noble and famous

Elsa

a female given name, form of Elizabeth.

Emmett

U.S. songwriter and minstrel-show performer and producer: composer of Dixie.

Empress

a female ruler of an empire.

Ernest

a male given name: from an Old English word meaning vigor, intent.

Eva

a female given name, form of Eve.

Fable

a short tale to teach a moral lesson, often with animals or inanimate objects as characters; apologue

Faith

confidence or trust in a person or thing

Fang

one of the long, sharp, hollow or grooved teeth of a venomous snake by which poison is injected.

Fatboy

British DJ, musician, and record producer

Fergus

one of the great warrior kings of Ulster.

Finn

a leader of the Fenian warriors and the father of Ossian: the subject of many legends.

Flash

a brief, sudden burst of bright light: a flash of lightning.

Fluff

light, downy particles, as of cotton.

Forrest

U.S. actor.

Foxy

foxlike; cunning or crafty; slyly clever.

Frankie

a male given name, form of Frank.

Freya

the goddess of love and fertility, sister of Frey, daughter of Njord; one of the Vanir.

Fritz

to become inoperable.

Fuschia

Genus of plants

Gandalf

Fictional character created by J. R. R. Tolkien

Gangsta

a member of an urban street gang: He was a true gangsta, and he fought like a soldier for his turf.

Gaston

a male given name.

Genesis

an origin, creation, or beginning.

Geneva

Large city in Switzerland

Geralt

Protagonist of The Witcher series

Ghost

creature in folklore: a spirit or soul of a deceased person or animal, believed to be able to appear to the living and often described as affecting the physical world

Gizmo

a gadget or device

Goliath

the giant warrior of the Philistines whom David killed with a stone from a sling. 1 Samuel 17:48-51.

Goose

any of numerous wild or domesticated, web-footed swimming birds of the family Anatidae, especially of the genera Anser and Branta, most of which are larger and have a longer neck and legs than the ducks.

Granite

a coarse-grained igneous rock composed chiefly of orthoclase and albite feldspars and of quartz, usually with lesser amounts of one or more other minerals, as mica, hornblende, or augite.

Gunner

a person who operates a gun or cannon.

Gunther

Semi-legendary king of Burgundy of the early 5th century

Puppy Husky

Puppy Husky

Husky Dog Names H-M

NameMeaning

Hairy

covered with hair; having much hair.

Hank

a skein, as of thread or yarn.

Harley

British statesman.

Harry

to harass, annoy, or prove a nuisance to by or as if by repeated attacks; worry: He was harried by constant doubts.

Hera

the ancient Greek queen of heaven, a daughter of Cronus and Rhea and the wife and sister of Zeus.

Hermione

the daughter of Menelaus and Helen.

Homer

Name ascribed by the ancient Greeks to the author of the ''Iliad'' and the ''Odyssey''

Hopper

a person or thing that hops.

Houdini

U.S. magician.

Howl

to utter a loud, prolonged, mournful cry, as that of a dog or wolf.

Huck

Fictional character

Hugh

a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “heart, mind.”

Hulk

Comic book superhero

Hunter

Searching, pursuing, and killing wild animals

Ice Cube

American rapper and actor from California

Iditarod

Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska

India

Country in South Asia

Indigo

Deep and bright shade of blue

Inna

Romanian singer and songwriter

Irie

Created dialect of English used by the Rastafari movement

Irina

a female given name.

Iris

Part of an eye

Isaac

Biblical patriarch

Izzy

the hard substance, formed of mineral matter, of which rocks consist.

Jack

any of various portable devices for raising or lifting heavy objects short heights, using various mechanical, pneumatic, or hydraulic methods.

Jack Frost

frost or freezing cold personified.

Jackie

a female given name, form of Jacqueline.

Jasper

a compact, opaque, cryptocrystalline variety of quartz, usually colored red: often used in decorative carvings.

Jericho

an ancient city of Palestine, N of the Dead Sea, formerly in W Jordan; occupied by Israel 1967-94; since 1994 under Palestinian self-rule.

Jesse

Person in Hebrew Bible and New Testament; father of David

Jewel

Piece of mineral crystal used to make jewelry

Joy

Feeling of happiness

Juneau

State capital city and consolidated city-borough in Alaska, United States

Juno

the ancient Roman queen of heaven, a daughter of Saturn and the wife and sister of Jupiter: the protector of women and marriage.

Katie

a female given name, form of Katherine or Catherine.

Katniss

Genus of aquatic plants

Kayla

a female given name.

Kenai

City in Alaska, United States

Khaleesi

Character in A Song of Ice and Fire

King

a male sovereign or monarch; a man who holds by life tenure, and usually by hereditary right, the chief authority over a country and people.

Kobe

a seaport on S Honshu, in S Japan.

Kona

a southwesterly winter wind in Hawaii, often strong and bringing rain.

Kudo

honor; glory; acclaim: No greater kudo could have been bestowed.

Kyra

a female given name.

Lady

a woman who is refined, polite, and well-spoken: She may be poor and have little education, but shes a real lady.

Laika

Soviet space dog

Lance

Long spear used by cavalry

Lancelot

Arthurian legend character

Larry

a hoe with a perforated blade for mixing mortar or plaster.

Latte

hot espresso with steamed milk, usually topped with foamed milk.

Layla

Song written by Eric Clapton and Jim Gordon

Leia

Fictional character in the Star Wars franchise

Leo

Fifth astrological sign in the present zodiac

Leslie

a male or female given name.

Lobo

the gray or timber wolf of the western U.S.

Loki

a trickster god, born of Jotun ancestry but accepted among the Aesir as Odins adopted brother: father of the monsters Fenrir, Hel, and the Midgard serpent, and the instigator of Balders death.

Lola

a female given name, form of Charlotte or Dolores.

Lucy

the incomplete skeletal remains of a female hominin found in Hadar, Ethiopia, in 1974 and classified as Australopithecus afarensis: she has been dated at about 3.2 million years of age.

Luna

the ancient Roman goddess personifying the moon, sometimes identified with Diana.

Mabel

a female given name.

Mako

a powerful mackerel shark, Isurus oxyrinchus, of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

Marvel

something that causes wonder, admiration, or astonishment; a wonderful thing; a wonder or prodigy: The new bridge is an engineering marvel.

Maverick

an unbranded calf, cow, or steer, especially an unbranded calf that is separated from its mother.

Max

maximum.

Maxim

an expression of a general truth or principle, especially an aphoristic or sententious one: the maxims of La Rochefoucauld.

Maximilian

archduke of Austria: emperor of Mexico 1864-67.

Maya

the power, as of a god, to produce illusions.

Mekko

2015 film

Mia

English rapper, singer, record producer and activist

Michael

a militant archangel. Daniel 10:13.

Miley

American singer, songwriter, and actress

Milkshake

a frothy drink made of cold milk, flavoring, and usually ice cream, shaken together or blended in a mixer.

Milo

a grain sorghum having white, yellow, or pinkish seeds, grown chiefly in Africa, Asia, and the U.S.

Mistletoe

a European plant, Viscum album, having yellowish flowers and white berries, growing parasitically on various trees, used in Christmas decorations.

Misty

abounding in or clouded by mist.

Moe

a male given name, form of Morris or Moses.

Molly

any of certain livebearing freshwater fishes of the genus Poecilia (formerly Mollienisia), popular in home aquariums.

Moose

a large, long-headed mammal, Alces alces, of the deer family, having circumpolar distribution in the Northern Hemisphere, the male of which has enormous palmate antlers.

Mouse

Small long-tailed rodent

Muggle

people without magical abilities in the Harry Potter universe

Mulan

Legendary Chinese folk heroine

Musher

a person who competes in cross-country races with dog team and sled.

Husky on Water

Husky on Water

Husky Dog Names N-Z

NameMeaning

Nala

King in Mahabharata

Nana

grandmother; grandma.

Ned

a male given name, form of Edward.

Neo

near-earth object.

Nero

Roman emperor from AD 54 to 68

Nestor

the oldest and wisest of the Greeks in the Trojan War and a king of Pylos.

Niki/Nikki

American politician

Niko

Dutch economist: Nobel prize 1969.

Nora

a female given name, form of Honora.

Nova

a star that suddenly becomes thousands of times brighter and then gradually fades to its original intensity.

Nutmeg

the hard, aromatic seed of the fruit of an East Indian tree, Myristica fragrans, used in grated form as a spice.

Oakley

U.S. sharpshooter.

Obi

a long, broad sash tied about the waist over a Japanese kimono.

Odin

the ruler of the Aesir and god of war, poetry, knowledge, and wisdom; Wotan: the chief god.

Olga

regent of Kyiv until 955: saint of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Oliver

one of the 12 paladins of Charlemagne.

Oreo

Chocolate cookie with creme filling.

Orion

a giant hunter who pursued the Pleiades, was eventually slain by Artemis, and was then placed in the sky as a constellation.

Oscar

a word used in communications to represent the letter O.

Oso

Orbiting Solar Observatory: one of a series of scientific satellites, launched between 1962 and 1975, that studied the sun at ultraviolet, x-ray, and gamma-ray wavelengths.

Pacman

1980 video game made by Namco

Paisley

a soft woolen fabric woven with a pattern of colorful and minutely detailed figures.

Pancake

a thin, flat cake of batter fried on both sides on a griddle or in a frying pan; griddlecake or flapjack.

Peach

the subacid, juicy, drupaceous fruit of a tree, Prunus persica, of the rose family.

Pebble

a small, rounded stone, especially one worn smooth by the action of water.

Peggy

a female given name, form of Margaret.

Pepper

a pungent condiment obtained from various plants of the genus Piper, especially from the dried berries, used whole or ground, of the tropical climbing shrub P. nigrum.

Periwinkle

any of various marine gastropods or sea snails, especially Littorina littorea, used for food in Europe.

Phoenix

a mythical bird of great beauty fabled to live 500 or 600 years in the Arabian wilderness, to burn itself on a funeral pyre, and to rise from its ashes in the freshness of youth and live through another cycle of years: often an emblem of immortality or of reborn idealism or hope.

Pilot

a person duly qualified to steer ships into or out of a harbor or through certain difficult waters.

Piper

a person who plays on a pipe.

Pooh Bear

fictional character created by A. A. Milne

Poppy

Species of flowering plant in the family Papaveraceae

Prince

Son of a prince, king, queen, emperor or empress, or other high-ranking person (such as a grand duke)

Regina

queen.

Rey

a city in N Iran, near Teheran.

Riesling

White grape variety

Riley

turbid; roily.

Ripley

U.S. literary critic, author, and social reformer: associated with the founding of Brook Farm.

River

a natural stream of water of fairly large size flowing in a definite course or channel or series of diverging and converging channels.

Rocket

Missile or vehicle which flies using thrust from a reaction gas engine

Rocky

1976 American sports drama directed by John G. Avildsen

Rogue

a dishonest, knavish person; scoundrel.

Ryder

American transportation company

Sadie

a female given name, form of Sara or Sarah.

Sailor

a person whose occupation is sailing or navigation; mariner.

Sammy

a male given name, form of Samuel.

Sasha

a female given name, form of Sandra or Alexandra.

Sasquatch

Big Foot.

Sava

a river flowing east from western Slovenia, through Croatia to the Danube at Belgrade, Serbia. 450 miles (725 km) long.

Savannah

Mixed woodland-grassland ecosystem

Scooter

vehicle that typically has two wheels with a low footboard between them, is steered by a handlebar, and is propelled by pushing one foot against the ground while resting the other on the footboard.

Scout

a soldier, warship, airplane, etc., employed in reconnoitering.

Serena

a female given name.

Shadow

Area where direct light from a light source cannot reach due to obstruction by an object

Shasta

a volcanic peak in N California, in the Cascade Range. 14,161 feet (4,315 meters).

Shaun

a male given name, form of John.

Sheba

the queen who visited Solomon to test his wisdom. 1 Kings 10:1-13.

Shiloh

a national park in SW Tennessee: Civil War battle 1862.

Sierra

A geographic area containing several geologically related mountains

Simba

Main character of The Lion King

Simon

the original name of the apostle Peter.

Sky

Everything that is above the surface of the Earth

Skye

Island of the Inner Hebrides, Scotland

Slate

Metamorphic rock

Smokey

an officer or officers of a state highway patrol.

Snow

Precipitation in the form of ice crystal flakes

Snowball

a ball of snow pressed or rolled together, as for throwing.

Snowflake

one of the small, feathery masses or flakes in which snow falls.

Snowman

a figure of a person made of packed snow.

Socks

a short stocking usually reaching to the calf or just above the ankle.

Sofia

a city in and the capital of Bulgaria, in the W part.

Solo

a musical composition or a passage or section in a musical composition written for performance by one singer or instrumentalist, with or without accompaniment: She sang a solo.

Sophie

a female given name.

Sparkles

to issue in or as if in little sparks, as fire or light: The candlelight sparkled in the crystal.

Squirt

to eject liquid in a jet from a narrow orifice: The hose squirted all over us.

Stag

an adult male deer.

Star

any of the heavenly bodies, except the moon, appearing as fixed luminous points in the sky at night.

Stardust

a mass of distant stars appearing as tiny particles of dust.

Stark

sheer, utter, downright, or complete: stark madness.

Stella

a four-dollar pattern coin of the U.S. having a metal content based on the metric system, issued 1879-80: designed to be used as an international coin.

Storm

a disturbance of the normal condition of the atmosphere, manifesting itself by winds of unusual force or direction, often accompanied by rain, snow, hail, thunder, and lightning, or flying sand or dust.

Taco

a tortilla filled with various ingredients, as beans, rice, chopped meat, cheese, and tomatoes, and folded over in half or rolled into a loose cylinder shape: My favorite breakfast taco has eggs, bacon, and cheese on a flour tortilla.The downside of hard-shell tacos is that you can’t fit as much stuff in a fried tortilla.

Tank

a large receptacle, container, or structure for holding a liquid or gas: tanks for storing oil.

Tate

English merchant and philanthropist: founder of an art gallery (Tate Gallery ) in London, England.

Ted

to spread out for drying, as newly mown hay.

Thor

the god of thunder, rain, and farming, represented as riding a chariot drawn by goats and wielding the hammer Mjolnir: the defender of the Aesir, destined to kill and be killed by the Midgard Serpent.

Tigger

Fictional tiger-like character

Tinsel

a glittering metallic substance, as copper or brass, in thin sheets, used in pieces, strips, threads, etc., to produce a sparkling effect cheaply.

Token

something serving to represent or indicate some fact, event, feeling, etc.; sign: Black is a token of mourning.

Tony

high-toned; stylish: a tony nightclub.

Topaz

a mineral, a fluosilicate of aluminum, usually occurring in prismatic orthorhombic crystals of various colors, and used as a gem.

Trail Mix

Type of snack

Truman

wife of Harry S Truman

Trump

Playing card with an elevated rank

Tucker

Unincorporated community in Arkansas, United States

Turbo

Forced induction device for internal combustion engines

Vader

Fictional character in the Star Wars franchise

Valkyrie

any of the beautiful maidens attendant upon Odin who bring the souls of slain warriors chosen by Odin or Tyr to Valhalla and there wait upon them.

Vance

a male given name.

Vega

a star of the first magnitude in the constellation Lyra.

Velcro

the brand name of a type of fastening tape consisting of opposing pieces of fabric, one piece with a dense arrangement of tiny nylon hooks and the other with a dense nylon pile, that interlock when pressed together, used as a closure on garments, luggage, etc., in place of buttons, zippers, and the like.

Venus

an ancient Italian goddess of gardens and spring, identified by the Romans with Aphrodite as the goddess of love and beauty.

Vera

very.

Vice

an immoral or evil habit or practice: The biblical verses cover the vices of boastfulness and pride, miserliness, and hypocrisy.

Viktor/Victor

Austrian Holocaust survivor, neurologist, psychiatrist, philosopher and author

Viktoria/Victoria

German Empress consort

Violet

Color

Vixen

a female fox.

Voodoo

a fusion of Afro-Caribbean Vodou and folk magic practiced chiefly in Louisiana, deriving ultimately from West African Vodun and containing elements borrowed from the Roman Catholic religion.

Waffle

a batter cake with a pattern of deep indentations on each side, formed by the gridlike design on each of the two hinged parts of the metal appliance (waffle iron ) in which the cake is baked.

Walter

German opera and symphony conductor, in U.S. after 1939.

Wanda

a female given name.

Willow

any tree or shrub of the genus Salix, characterized by narrow, lance-shaped leaves and dense catkins bearing small flowers, many species having tough, pliable twigs or branches used for wickerwork, etc.

Winter

the cold season between autumn and spring in northern latitudes (in the Northern Hemisphere from the winter solstice to the vernal equinox; in the Southern Hemisphere from the summer solstice to the autumnal equinox).

Woody

Fibrous material from trees or other plants

Xena

Fictional character from the TV series Xena: Warrior Princess

Yeti

Abominable Snowman.

Yogi

a person who practices yoga.

Zeke

a male given name, form of Ezekiel.

Zendaya

American actress and singer

Zeus

Greek god of the sky and king of the gods

Zippy

lively; peppy.

Zoe

a female given name: from a Greek word meaning life.

Zorro

Fictional character

Scenic Husky

Scenic Husky

10 Facts About Huskies

These wonderful dogs are amazing! They are working dogs with the power to move sleds and live in extremely cold weather. It is no wonder they have been a favorite for many people. However, here are ten other facts about huskies you may not know:

  1. They originated in Siberia, Russia. When first introduced, people saw they were smaller than Malamutes and called them "Siberian Rats"
  2. They are extremely energetic and love going for walks/runs.
  3. The word "husky" first identified human aboriginal Arctic dwellers. In time, the dogs these people kept gained that name.
  4. They can weigh between 35-60lbs making them range from medium to large dogs.
  5. They have a double coat. While that can keep them warm, it also means they can shed a lot.
  6. Huskies have a variety of colors they can come in: White, Black, Tan, Silver, Red, Copper, Brown, Grey, and even more!
  7. Huskies are typically friendly dogs and make friends with strangers quickly.
  8. They have a wide variety of eye colors, including some that are brown and blue.
  9. Huskies have high predatory instincts. This means they can chase after squirrels, birds, and on occasion cats.
  10. They are highly independent, which can make them harder to train. They are also fantastic at being escape artists, which can lead to troubles if not closely watched.

These facts just scratch the surface of trivia associated with husky dogs. Hopefully, you'll have one of these fantastic animals in your home as your new family member.

© 2021 James Livingood

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