Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Names

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Introduction

The Alaskan Klee Kai, also known as the Miniature Alaskan Husky or Miniature Husky for short, is a newer breed that has only been around since the 1970s. While the Alaskan Klee Kai very much resembles a Siberian Husky, this breed is more fit for being a companion dog as opposed to a working dog due to their small size. If you are a lucky owner of the Alaskan Klee Kai, then you know how great of a family dog this breed is. While naturally shy around strangers, the Alaskan Klee Kai makes a wonderful watchdog for the home, and with proper socialization can be totally comfortable around new individuals as well.

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Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Name Considerations

Due to the heritage of the Alaskan Klee Kai, Alaskan names are a wonderful option when it comes to deciding a title for your new pup. The variation of both simple and complex names available in this list are excellent for providing plenty of options, regardless of what your preference may be! For male Alaskan Klee Kai's a few name options are Yukon, Sitka, Igloo, Ambler, and Birch. For the females, there are names such as Atka, Kodiak, Pitka, Tenakee, and Slana. Each of these names is extremely unique and represent not only places in Alaska but also meanings. For example, "Sitka" means "people on the outside of Shee" and is also the name of one of the brothers in the Disney film Brother Bear. If you want to name your Alaskan Klee Kai based on appearance, a few names that could be considered are "Porcupine" which is a former mining town in Alaska (and could be great for a brown or speckled Klee Kai) or "Platinum" which a city on the very tip of Alaska's western shore (this name is perfect for a silvery or grey Alaskan Klee Kai). There is no doubt that any of these names will fit the mystery and beauty of the Alaskan Klee Kai to a tee.

Male Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Names

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Yukon
A fort in Alaska
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Wrangell
A town located on the tip of Wrangell Island
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Valdez
A 4,000 person port town on Alaska's south coast
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Ugashik
A very small fishing village
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Tyonek
A village with only 168 people in it, located on a beach
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Tetlin
A National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska
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Teller
A small village of less than 300 people that used to be a gold rush town with over 5,000 people
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Sleetmute
A town located on the Stony River in Alaska
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Sitka
A city near Juneau and the name of one of the brothers in Disney's "Brother Bear"
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Savoonga
A village that captured two large whales for food in 2013
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Rampart
A canyon and gorge in Alaska
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Porcupine
One of the largest rodents in Alaska as well as a ghost mining town
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Platinum
Primary production of this metal in the US comes from the Bering Sea Coast in Alaska
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Nulato
A salmon fish camp
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Naukan
An abandoned Eskimo village in Russia
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Lorino
A town on the Chuckchi Peninsula
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Koyuk
A river in Alaska
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Klondike
A gold rush that happened between 1896-1899 and an ice cream bar
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Kipnuk
A name that means "bend" referring to the bend in the river where the town sits
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Kenai
A peninsula in Alaska, also the name of the youngest brother in "Brother Bear"
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Kasaan
A name that means "pretty town"
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Igloo
Ice structures that act as homes
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Hooper
Hooper Bay is a town in Alaska
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Gakona
A beautiful river
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Eagle
A city located on the south bank of the Yukon River
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Copper
A river in Alaska
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Birch
The Alaska white birch is a small tree with many stems
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Attu
The most western and largest island in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska
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Akutan
One of the islands in the Aleutian Islands
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Ambler
A dialect in the Northwest Arctic Borough

Female Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Names

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Yakutat
A small fishing village
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Venetie
A Native Village that opted for 1.8 million acres of land in 1971
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Unga
A ghost town on Unga Island
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Unalaska
An island neighboring Amaknak Island
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Toksook
A city and village on Nelson Island
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Tenakee
Tenakee Springs is a city on Chichagof Island
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Telida
An Upper Kuskokwim Athabascan village
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Tazlina
Athabascan (language) for "swift water"
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Slana
An Alaska Native village name, derived from the Slana river's name
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Sireniki
The only Eskimo village in Siberia that has not been relocated
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Salcha
A river in interior Alaska well known for its fishing that is nearby
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Ruby
A supply town for miners that was named after the red-colored stones found on the riverbank
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Pitka
Inspired by the Edward G. Pitka Sr. Airport in Alaska
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Nome
Home to "the world's largest gold pan"
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Nenana
Home of the Nenana Ice Classic, established in 1917
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Kodiak
The main city on Kodiak Island
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Kivalina
A remote Alaskan village that was threatened by climate change in 2017
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Kiana
Translates into English as “place where three rivers meet”
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Kake
A first-class city in Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area
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Juneau
The capital city of Alaska
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Iliamna
A large lake in Alaska
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Huslia
A small town also known (rarely) as Hussliakata
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Galena
Established in 1918 with a military airfield built next to the city during World War II
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Eklutna
A lake in Chugach State Park
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Dot
Inspired by the Alaska Dot Webcams
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Chitina
A larger city located on the west bank of the Copper River
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Chickaloon
A city surrounded by the Talkeetna and Chugach mountains
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Atka
A hamlet located on the east side of Atka Island
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Alatna
The name of a river in Alaska
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Allakaket
Allakaket is on the bank of the Koyukuk River

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