Did you or someone you know recently get a Alaskan Malamute? Or are you planning to have a Alaskan Malamute join your family? This can be the most important time of your life as you and your dog get to know each other. But you have an important task at hand. What to name your Alaskan Malamute?
Choosing a name for a dog can be a difficult process just like naming ones baby. You want to ensure that name is easy to pronounce also represents your puppy’s looks and behavioral characteristics.
To help you start with the process of finding the perfect dog name we’ve handpicked a list of the best Alaskan Malamute dog names. Use this list for name ideas whether you dog is male or female, big or small.
List of Alaskan Malamute Names
How to Choose an Amazing Alaskan Malamute Dog Name
Choosing an Alaskan Malamute dog name can be a challenge, but our tips below should provide some guidance.
Use the below tips to brainstorm names and come up with one that you will really like:
Use your favorite animal’s name as inspiration for naming your pet.
If you love panda bears (like us!) then consider naming your new pup after one of them! You could also consider choosing a cute term of endearment like “Buddy,” or even using simple descriptive words like “Arctic” or “Ice.” For example, if you choose the Alaskan Malamute’s name “Malamute,” you might also consider the dog breed Norwegian Lundehund.
Use your favorite movie character or TV show character as inspiration for naming your pet.
If there’s a famous character that your family loves, find out what they would have named their pet if they had one! For example, if you are a big fan of Katy Perry and her song “Roar,” then name your new pup Roarer. You can even think ahead to future generations by naming him/her after someone in the family line who you admire.
Think about what types of names sound good together to get ideas for naming your pet.
There are a few rules when it comes to choosing Alaskan Malamute names, and one of them is that you should avoid short single-syllable names, like “Buddy” or “Toby.” Instead, try combining two-syllable names to create a polysyllabic name rolled off the tongue nicely by human tongues across America! For example, if you love the fan-favorite 80s movie The Goonies, you could combine it with your favorite dog breed to get something like “Chunk’s Malamutes.”
I am so happy for you and your pup. The fact that you are doing research to name your pup, tells me that you will be an amazing parent to it. Hope these tips have inspired you to pick a name that you will love. Let me know in the comments section what name you picked for your pup!
Hi, I am Andrew. I am the editor at FamilyWithPets. I am enjoy learning and sharing information about pets that helps enrich the lives of pets and pet parents.