10 Unique Russian Dog Names for Siberian Huskies

The Siberian Husky has been one of the most popular dog breeds of the world, and they could be seen anywhere in the dog parks or the streets. If you are bored of those common husky names such as Balto or Aurora, you could get some ideas from the cold Siberia, where Siberian Huskies were bred. Here comes our pick of 10 unique Siberian Husky dog names of Russian origin, and they are short and easy to pronounce, we believe your huskies will love these names.

Kami – The word for shaman in a Turkic language of Siberia.


Kara – famous shaman who could bring the dead back to life.


Kasha – The Russian word for porridge, a common food in Siberia.


Malchik – The Russian word for Boy.


Morgon – Famous shaman, another name for Kara.


Nama – The man who saved his wife, children, and the animals in a boat during the great flood.


Ugra – The native word for all of Siberia from the northern Ural mountains to the Arctic Sea.


Yasak – The tribute that the Siberians had to pay to the Russians.


Yermak – A Cossack leader that conquered most of Siberia for the Russians.


Yupik – One of the indigenous Siberians that still keep Eskimo type dogs.

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These Funny Dog Playing Cards Are Perfect For Dog Parents

Dog owners want everything associated with dogs, even if playing cards.

Pack of Dogs Playing Cards are a small box of treasure, transformed by an artist’s imagination. They are designed by San Franciscan artist John Littleboy, who operates a kooky and creative online playing card shop known as Artiphany. “Here are dogs as we imagine them to be: coy, heroic, aloof, comical and always lovable. A dramatic ballerina, a heroic soldier, a love-struck troubadour are each presented with great wit and good humor.”

We believe each dog parent will like this style of dog-themed playing cards.

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Coolest Dog Armors For Your Pups By Samurai Age

Dogs are our best companions, and they always go by our side and protect us, just like warriors. Samurai Age is a Japanese company creating standardized armor sized for dogs, the company also sell pet fashion sets made after armor worn by the legendary Japanese samurais. The red armor on a Shibu Inu in pics below is actually modeled after the armor worn by Sengoku hero Sanada Yukimura.

Depending on the size, you can get an armor for your pet for somewhere between $125 to $146. As the dog parents, we believe our fluffy friends deserve armor that would ignite their warrior spirits. These coolest armors are just what our dogs needed.

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These Funny Dog Emojis Are Characters, Not Pictures

Emoji, plural emoji or emojis are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and Web pages. Emoji are used much like emoticons and exist in various genres, including facial expressions, common objects, places and types of weather, and animals.

Here comes some interesting and funny emojis about dogs, these colorful things are not pictures, they are characters and you could copy and paste them to any rich text fields.

🐶 Dog Face

The face of a dog, showing both eyes, both ears, nose and mouth. Shows the face of a dog smiling, with eyes open and tongue hanging out.


🐕 Dog

A dog, which appears as various different breeds depending on the platform it is being viewed on. This emoji traditionally displayed an Akita Inu or Japanese Akita.


🐩 Poodle

A poodle is a breed of dog, commonly seen groomed with longer hair around the head, paws and tail than the rest of the body.


🐾 Paw Prints

Paw prints left by a dog or cat, possibly after wandering through paint.


These Dog Breeds Look Like Wolves The Most

Dogs and wolves are closely related in many aspects in terms of the physical characteristics as well as looks. When you look at the evolution of all kinds of dogs, you will find that many of them have some genes of different types of wolves in them. Here comes 10 dogs that are wolf-like breeds, and they are very similar with wolves in appearance.

Alaskan Malamute


The Alaskan Malamute is as big as the timber wolf. They have double coats in white or sable or grey and brown eyes.

Tamaskan


The Tamaskan is from Finland, and it is slightly smaller in stature than a timber wolf but will have the same grey coloring making them resemble the wolf.

Siberian Husky


Huskies are bred by Chukchi tribes of Siberia and used to pull sleds, they have a wolf like look. You have to keep them active to avoid problems.

Samoyed


The Samoyed is a Russian dog breed, the name Samoyed is derived from the Samoyedic people of Siberia. They are very strong, but they are children friendly and love to play all the time.

Northern Inuit Dog


This breed was developed in UK using German Shepherd dogs, Inuit breeds, Alaskan Malamutes and Siberian Huskies. Just like huskies, they are bred to be friendly, but may have same behavioral issues.

Utonagan


The breed was developed in Britain using German Shepherd dogs, Alaskan Malamutes, and Siberian Huskies. The name Utonagan is supposed to mean the wolf’s spirit in Chinook.

Finnish Lapphund


This dog looks like a wolf, but it is a shepherd, and they were bred to bring together reindeer in the Finland cold.

Canadian Eskimo Dog


This breed has been probably crossbred with wolves, they are quite strong and athletic.

Kugsha


This breed is native to America and they are wolf hybrids. They are more powerful and larger than huskies, and they loves to explore outside.

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog


It is a cross breed between German Shepherds and Carpathian Wolves. They were bred to create the strength and stamina of a wolf and intelligence of a dog.

See also

Wolf Names, Werewolf Names, Wolf Names For Wolf-like Puppies

Female Wolf Names, Names For Wolf-like Girl Dogs

This will Melt Your Heart: Baby and Bulldog Do Everything Together

Dogs are our best friends, and dogs and babies are best companions. Ivette Ivens is a Chicago mother of 25, she saw a French bulldog puppy that was born on the same day as her baby son Dilan, then she brought Farley the dog home. The dog and the baby almost do everything together, and they walk at the same level and both going through the stage of chewing on everything. Check out these warmhearted pictures and we believe they will melt your heart.

The Most Famous German Shepherd Dogs

German Shepherd is one of the most popular dog breeds of the world, and there are lots of famous GSD in the past several years. These celebrity German Shepherd dogs come from the big screen to TV or comic strips, and some of them are real heroic dogs in the history.

Buddy – The first trained female guide dog who accompanied Morris Frank, founder of The Seeing Eyeguide dog school and the first owner of a seeing eye dog in the U.S.


Bullet – Star in The Roy Rogers Show, an American TV series in 1951-1957.


Chips – The most famous war dog during World War II.


Delgado – Appeared in 2008 film Beverly Hills Chihuahua.


Eliot Shag – Featured in Jim Henson Productions’s Dog City on TV.


Hobo – Star of the 1960s and 1970s TV series The Littlest Hobo.


Horand Von Grafrath – Born in 1895, this was the first of the German Shephered line.


Jerry Lee – The hero of the film K-9 with James Belushi.


Rex – The famous character in the animated series Inspector Rex, played by Beejay.


Rin Tin Tin – Movie star in The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin series of movies from 1922 to 1931.


Rusty – Star of the 1947 film For the Love of Rusty, one of eight movies in the Rusty series.


Samantha – The pet dog from the book I am Legend that later was made into film.


Strongheart – One of the films was White Fang released in 1925.


Trakr – The rescue dog which had the credit to rescue the last survivor of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center.


Tulip – Main character of the book My Dog Tulip by J. R. Ackerley.


Won Ton Ton – Hero of the 1976 movie Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood.

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