Husky is an amazingly beautiful breed of northern dogs, which are distinguished by blue eyes, a warm fluffy "fur coat" and an even calm character. This dog is a friend and companion, but it is not a pampered pet. Huskies were bred in the Far North as sled dogs, so even a small puppy is ready to work - to harness into a cart and transport a not very heavy load.
Keep in mind that your puppy, who today is just a touching blue-eyed ball of hair on braided paws, will become a beautiful, strong, proud dog by the year. Be very responsible for the choice of his nickname. For a husky, pretentious or frivolous names are not suitable, she simply, by definition, cannot be Jessica, Bonka or Pompom.
The breeder, as a rule, assigns names to puppies of the same litter, on the same letter, which corresponds to the serial number of the litter. But the name of the dog, which you will see on the puppy card, can consist of several words, since the name of the kennel is also added to the nickname. This name is for exhibiting. In ordinary life, it is better to give a puppy a name from one, maximum - from two words. It is better if the dog's home name is consonant with the official one or starts with the same letter.
Take a closer look at the puppy. Even small, he already has some kind of character and has features of appearance. You can beat them. Sometimes interesting, original combinations are obtained from the combination of the first syllables of the mother's and father's nicknames. Go to the Internet, there are entire catalogs of dog nicknames in different letters and even with a breakdown by males and females.
If you haven't found anything suitable, it might make sense to re-read the famous authors who wrote about the North. Flip through Jack London or O'Henry - in their stories you will find many names that were used by sled dogs. Look at a map of the northern territories or Siberia. It is quite possible that some geographical name is suitable for your pet, for example: Aldan, Vilyui, Kyshtym, Essey, Khatanga, Aikhal, Kheta.
In any case, the nickname should be short and sonorous. Try to say it out loud, it should be easy to pronounce and stand out phonetically. It is good when the sound "r" is present in it, emphasizing the character of the dog. The sound "x" in the husky's nickname will also be quite appropriate - these dogs do not bark, but make a sound similar to wheezing.