You’ve Been Waiting for This Your Entire Life!

Attenshons! Do we have your attenshons?! This is BIG!

Ta-daaaaaaaaa!  The Eyebrow Dots tag is finally HERE! No! Yessss!

But first, a message from our eyebrow dots sponsor-pup,

“Hi, I am a 7 week old as yet unnamed Husky puppy. Would you like to help name me?”

Victoria’s hubba-hubba Husky is hungry for a handle!


  1. boy or girl puppeh?

  2. A boy?? His name should be Brow Bro!

  3. Oh boy, oh boy, he is a boy puppeh.

  4. WOOOOOOOOOO!! Happy Dance in my cube!

  5. What a furry rolli-polli-kins! I’m throwing in “Kodi” if a boy, “Buffi” if a girl.

  6. lisaLASSIE says:

    How about and extremly unusual, creative and imaginative name for this delightful pup to celebrate our lovely new category? Here it is: Dot.

  7. OR, if a girl, Dorothy, Dotty for short.

  8. lisaLASSIE says:

    OH yeah: Mister Dot if it’s a boy pup.

  9. Gracie, Sierra, Mishka

  10. The voice of the Peeps has finally been heard! Let the Dot Calm revolution commence.

  11. Yowza!

  12. BWA HA HA HA HA–Love it, 260!

    Thanks, CO, for listening to the voices of the peeps!

  13. If it’s a boy, Kip. If it’s a girl, Dotty.

  14. Guapo, for a very handsome puppeh. Guapa if it’s a girl.

  15. I’d just like to mention that “Dot” in Esperanto is “Skalara.” You know, for that Continental flavor. Of course, In Siberia (Russian), the word for “Dot,” as a noun, is “точка.” Pronounced “doych-ka.”

    (I loves me some google translate)

  16. I agree – Doychka would be a great name!

  17. I fourthly vote for Doychka!

  18. “doych-ka” is a much cuter name than the Hungarian equivalent, “szemöldöcske”, which, come to think of it, is unpronounceable anyway. *goes back to drawing board*

  19. Nothing is pronounceable in Hungarian.

  20. Nor edible…. hee hee

  21. Isn’t that the truth!?

  22. Doychka! Doychka cutest name oi evah hoid.

  23. Perfect. Love it.

  24. rescue gal says:

    I vote for Doycha too. Great name!!

  25. In honnor of this week being the 200th year anniversary of the publishing of Pride and Prejudice : Mister Darcy if it’s a boy and Lizzie or Pemberly if it’s a girl.

  26. *swoon* over a handsome husky named Mr. Darcy <3

  27. I’m with you Gigi, Mr. Darcy would be perfect! They could even get him an “I AM MR. DARCY” T-shirt from the Brookish Etsy shop!

  28. Names should be reflective of one’s personality, so in choosing a name, one should really spend some time with the ummm unnamed one. Soooooooooo, I hereby volunteer my soivices. Send him?/her? to me and I’ll be glad to cuddle, coddle, play, walk, and share my chicken dinner with hubba hubba Husk in an effort to discern a fitting name.
    Aaah, the sacrifices I’m willing to make for the greater common good! *sigh*

  29. I’m guessing it’s a boy since it’s a ‘hubba-hubba’ husky. How about James – as in James Bond – played by Sean Connery who has very sexy eyebrows.

  30. Disqualified! No fair playing the melty melty man card.
    j/k :-)

  31. Boy: Fisher
    Girl: Dorothy, or Dot for short.

  32. Emmberrann says:

    Jemmi, my late cousin was named Dorothy Fisher.

  33. President James K. Polkadots

  34. That one made me giggle. :)

  35. Boy or girl? I can’t tell.

    Still – Wilfred if a boy, Winifred if a girl.

  36. Hey, CEEJOE!!! Guess what??!!

  37. *throwing handfuls of glitter all over*

  38. warrior rabbit says:

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy for eyebrow dots! W00t! W00t!

    Also, those aren’t mere dots — those are old man eyebrow explosions a la Ernest Borgnine, Wilford Brimley, or Andy Rooney. And I think either of those names would work great, or maybe Groucho, or Marx, or…

  39. warrior rabbit says:

    Where’s Fird with the pompoms and glitter?! Come on, woman! Get a move on — there’s celebratin’ to be done!

  40. dang! embed didn’t work!


  41. It did on Firefox.

  42. Hap — short for Happy, of course!

  43. warrior rabbit says:


  44. YAY!

  45. Yay!

  46. *whoa*

  47. DOT or TOD

  48. If he’s named Tod he had better not visit Germany.

  49. warrior rabbit says:

    Ha ha! Der Tod wartet auf alle. Works either way, lol.

  50. I always wondered if Tod Browning chose that name to be extra spooky.

  51. Bwa ha! And hee!

  52. With the Eyebrow Dots tag here, can NOMTOM’s coffee table book be far behind? P.S. Many thanx to Fird for pompom-shaking, sign-making, and other not-so-subtle persuasions. It brought the CO overlords TO THEIR KNEES!

  53. Power to the people!

  54. fleurdamour says:

    And the pupple!

  55. Otis! So adorable :)

  56. BEST DAY EVAH!!!….yay for the eyebrow dot tag :)
    How about Hutch? as in Starsky and Hutch??

  57. name him kodiac

  58. he looks a bit like Walter Matthau, so Walter? Or maybe Saul…or Shecky…a nice Jewish grandpa name :D He’s tiny but looks wise

  59. Hey guys, quick threadjack? I don’t know how many of you know Oliver Donovan, but he’s in the hospital and pretty sick. All his friends are praying and sending good wishes, and any you could send would be great. If you don’t know him you can check him out on Facebook.
    Somebody did mention this yesterday–was it you, warrior rabbit?

  60. warrior rabbit says:

    Yes. But it’s always good to mention it again, because all positive energy helps. Also, former mayoral candidate Tuxedo Stan has kidney cancer and is undergoing chemo. (Also on FB.)

  61. Consider it done, positive energy on it’s way for both !

  62. skippymom says:

    Thanks, Gigi.

  63. Since his coat his kinda cloudy looking, I would suggest something like Nimbus or Stratus. Possibly Cirrus.

  64. Since puppehs are BEYOND in their cuteness level much more than hoomins, I always believed they should get non-hoomin names. Like because of his coloring, OREO. But, I really love the name WAFFLES. Or TUX (tuxedo). Or SLINKY. Or PANCAKE.

  65. pupfanatic says:

    Or POMPOM!!!

  66. My fluffy silkie chicken’s name is Pompom :P

  67. Keiko

  68. Pssst, Keiko is a girl’s name in Japan.

  69. I think he looks like a Franklin (Frank).

  70. Boris

  71. Boris Dotsanov?

  72. fleurdamour says:


  73. Ah lahka dees !!!

  74. Boris! It’s perfect!

  75. So I checked out Husky dogs on Wikipedia and found some interesting information that may provide name choices:

    Leonhard Seppala, the foremost breeder of Siberian Huskies of the time…

    On February 3, 1925, Gunnar Kaasen was first in the 1925 serum run to Nome to deliver diphtheria serum from Nenana, over 600 miles to Nome. This was a group effort by several sled-dog teams and mushers, with most of the run covered by Leonhard Seppala. The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race commemorates this famous delivery. The event is also loosely depicted in the 1995 animated film Balto, as the name of Gunnar Kaasen’s lead dog in his sled team was Balto.

    Name suggestions: Leon, Seppa, Gunnar, Nome, Balto.

    Or just going ahead and name this cutie STEVE.

  76. I don’t know why but I just thought D Dover.

  77. Jafar!

  78. He looks like Kobuk to me. My cat, Naughty Jack, agrees.

  79. Emmberrann says:

    Talkeetna, name of Alaskan place
    Juneau, Alaska’s capital
    ED (Eyebrow DOTS!)
    Mack (short for Mt. McKinley)
    Herbert (I just like Herbert as a name for a dog….)
    Bebop (favorite form of jazz, and this is a jazzy pupster)

  80. Coffee Cup says:

    Marscapone, because i’ve always wanted to name a dog Marscapone. You could nickname him Pony for short. He’s going to get to be a biiiiiig dog, so Pony might actually be apt :)

  81. Mary (the first) says:

    Not to be picky but it’s mas-car-pone which is not quite the same as mars-capone. I only say this because I had one word backward in my brain forever and luckily never said it out loud to anyone before discovering my mistake. (“Halcyon” .. I would have said hal-e-kon which would have been so embarrassing…as I had the c and y traded. Who knows why??)

  82. warrior rabbit says:

    As a child, the first time I ever read the word ‘chaos’ I read it as ‘chowce.’ And that is now how I see it every time, so I always make sure to pause before saying the word aloud to make sure I say it right and don’t just blurt out my stupid version.

  83. Coffee Cup (now with more bunnies) says:

    D’oh, I always transpose those letters when I type!

  84. I once pronounced lingerie as “ling-er-ee” and thought my friend would pass out from laughing so hard. I was in high school at the time..

  85. warrior rabbit says:

    Well, it does invite others to linger… and stuff. Makes sense to me! ;)

  86. You don’t want to get on the wrong side of Mars Capone, or you’ll end up at the bottom of the Bonneville Crater in a pair of meteorite shoes.

  87. roflmao–somebody’s been lurking on the NASA wbsites…

  88. How about Nom-Tom or Nom-Nom?

  89. Cuteoverload Dot Nom?

  90. How about “Recall”? You will probably be working on that a lot. :-)

  91. Martha in Washington says:

    I’d name him Paramedic…cause that’s what I’d need everytime he looked at me with those soft puppeh eyes!

  92. Lucas. I dunno, he just looks kind of like a Lucas to me.

  93. Yes! Lucas is my hot lawn maintenance guy. [fanning myself]

  94. Oscar speaks to me

  95. Heather K says:

    Oscar is good dog name. That also fits with my fam’s tradition of naming after authors (aka Oscar Wilder). I like it.

  96. I think he/she should be named “Happy” because that kind of dog always looks like they are laughing when they pant.

  97. DASHER! Because he’s bred to pull sleighs and has dashing looks, I can’t help but hum: “You know, Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and and Vixen….”

  98. Mary (the first) says:

    How about King Ed for “King of the Eyebrow Dots” .. just King for short. Or Ed for short. Whatever.

  99. The and and was just stuttering me trying to decide whether the next name was Vixen or Blixen? Yeah, right.

  100. Dash. The opposite of a Dot.

  101. I’m a fan of that option!

  102. Plus it’s short for Dashing. Cause he is, in more ways than one.

  103. Marina C. says:

    Okay, if it can’t be Kobuk (the name of an Alaskan river, and the name of one of the greatest Alaskan dogs I’ve ever known), I could go for Dash, cuz that what sled dogs do: they Dash for the finish line in Nome. BTW, doggies pull sleds, not sleighs. Horsies pull sleighs! :-) But I still like Kobuk best!

  104. -.. is “D” for “Dasher” in American Morse Code. Yeah! Thanks Wikipedia for the extra 2 points there. Pardon the pun “dot” “dot.”
    We were only taking artistic liberties there, Marina C. “Bred for pulling sleighs” worked better with the whole Huskies-come-from-up-North-near-Santa’s-workshop-and-where-a-reindeer-named-“Dasher”-pulls-a-flying-sleigh theme. Sleds fell sorta flat. ; * )

  105. Dash Darcy, great-great-grandson of Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth…

  106. rattyclare says:

    Dash – dat’s quite delish for puppy name. And it perfectly suits “Dashing through the snow.. in a one-horse open sleigh ..” (Now why doesn’t that rhyme??)
    Could be short for “Dot-Dot-Dash” which I’m sure is something meaningful in Morse code but for the moment I’m brow-beaten..

  107. How about Cloud? He looks like a soft grey cloud to me.

  108. Mine.

    ’nuff said.

  109. jellysdragon says:

    Alot of great names… How about Beowulf… an extra idea?

  110. pupfanatic says:

    Beowulf- that’s cayoote!!

  111. I read that as “coyote”. Oopsie

  112. pango! pango!

  113. Bryn Kildow says:

    Vilkas, from Skyrim. :)

  114. Spotty.

    Because i always did think the lack of an eyebrow-dots tag was spotty.

  115. Squee me up, Spotty!

  116. Denali! Like the mountain!

    Julie from Alaska

  117. Name him Pavlov! Ring a bell and he can cute on command (oh god the fatal husky cuteness)

  118. Ralphie

  119. I like Hubba Hubba. Hub for short?

  120. Presto, that was my thought, too! But so many great names have been suggested that I just can’t pick a favorite for this adorable pupster! And oh yeah, YAY for eyebrow dots tag!

  121. My family has always named pets after authors. Examples: Hugo, Dante, Bronte, Hemingway, Austen, Tolstoy. Another favorite option for dogs is after famous loyal friends from literature. Examples: Horatio (from Hamlet), Samwise (from Lord of the Rings), Watson (to Sherlock Holmes).

  122. Scout.

  123. Angel? Halo? Corona? He’s a sunny dog fer sure! ;-)

  124. Are you sure he’s a Husky? He looks pretty Malamute to me, although in googling pictures of both, they look amazingly alike, and amazingly adorable.
    Still, with the brown eyes…

  125. Fred Flinstone. I have no idea why….just what came in my head when I looked at his chunky loveliness!

  126. Meeko

  127. I think it should have a name that starts with B, like Bimo, or Bjorne.

  128. How about Mike !

  129. KittyMarthaPoo says:

    BEAR. He must be named Bear. If it’s a boy. Dot for a girl indeed is great. Or how about Sasha since she is Eskimo-ish?

  130. 7 weeks old and no name……forget about the name, just bring that fluffy baby to me and all my worries are over….I would just snorgle for days and die a happy woman :)

    But seriously, the best name I’ve read so far is “doych-ka”, just rolls off the tongue and sounds so strong and definitive! No matter if boy or girl!

  131. Hubba Dot

  132. Yoko No No, despite “Yoko” being a girl name.

  133. Dottie if a girl. Brodie if a boy.

  134. That’s a Gonzo if I ever saw one!

  135. Barry…

  136. Furbabies says:

    Bubbles! Because the dots over the eyes look like the word bubbles used in comics.

  137. Ah sink dees eez une pointe beaucoup clevaire, hee-yah.

  138. I can’t help it. He looks like a “Ben” to me. Or perhaps “Huck” (It’s part of his breed name, it just leaves out the s and the y.)

  139. Sgt DooDoo says:

    How about COLONEL KLONDIKE or G. MARX.

  140. I think that is a malamute and not a husky due to the eye shape/color

  141. Team Dash!

  142. HE is so cute his name should be Brad Pitt!

  143. Sophie 🐶 says:

    If it’s a boy, fluff, a girl then snow ball! He/she Is so cute💙💜💗💚

  144. Randy Patee says:

    Boy or girl?

    Sent from my iPad

  145. tracyramas says:

    Cutest thing EVEEEER! :)) I’d like to name him Niggy (short for nigel) if he was mine. haha. :D

  146. Emory or Mason

  147. If they don’t name this dog soon, it’s going to have identity issues. Hurry up, His Peoples. We want to knows.


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