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PUPPY NAMES

I HOPE THIS WILL BE OF SOME HELP IN NAMING YOUR NEW PUPPY, I MUST WARN YOU - THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF NAMES HERE TO CHOOSE FROM.  YOU NEED TO SCROLL ABOUT HALF WAY DOWN FOR THE GIRLS NAMES

DISNEY NAMES FOR BOYS

Abu - The monkey in Disney's Aladdin. This male dog greatly resembles an ape.
Aladdin - This boy dog just loves magic carpet rides.

Baloo - The big bear character in Disney's Jungle Book.
Banzai - The hyena in Disney's The Lion King.
Bashful - This dwarf-dog likes to hide.
Beast - A mean-looking boy dog with a heart of gold
Bernard - A mouse in Disney's The Rescuers.
Bruno - The dog in Disney's Cinderella.
Buzz - This boy dog is light-years ahead of any other dog.

Chip - The cup character in Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
Christopher Robin - The little boy character in Disney's Winnie the Pooh.
Cody - The little boy character in Disney's The Rescuers.
Cogsworth - The clock character in Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
Colonel - The Sheep dog character and one of the heroes in Disney's 101 Dalmatians
Creeper - A very strange character in Disney's The Black Cauldron.

Dewey - A good name for the boy dog that has webbed feet like a duck.
Doc - This dwarf-dog loves visiting the veterinarian.
Donald - Another good name for the boy dog that has webbed feet like a duck.
Dopey - This dwarf dog isn't the brightest dog on the block.
Doug - The title character of a popular Disney television show.
Dumbo - The elephant with big ears. He's the title character of a Disney movie. A great name for any pet dog with big ears.

Eeyore
- This boy dog doesn't like it when you pin ribbons to his tail.

Figaro
- The cat character in Disney's Pinocchio.
Flounder - A character in Disney's Little Mermaid.

Gaston
- The villain of Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
Geppetto - The maker of Pinocchio.
Goofy - This boy dog has long floppy ears.
Grumpy - This dwarf dog sometimes wakes up on the wrong side of the floor.
Gus - The chubby mouse in Disney's Cinderella.

Hamm
- The pig toy in Disney's Toy Story.
Happy - There is no way to wipe the smile off this dwarf-dog's face.
Hook - The villain in Disney's Peter Pan.
Hubert - A king and the father of prince Philip in Sleeping Beauty.
Huey - Another good web-footed dog name.

Iago
- The parrot in Disney's Aladdin.

Jafar
- The villain of Disney's Aladdin.
Jake - The adventurous mouse in Disney's The Rescuers.
Jaq - A mouse in Disney's Cinderella.
Jiminy - The cricket character in Disney's Pinocchio.
Jock - The Scottish terrier dog in Disney's Lady and the Tramp.
John - A little boy in Disney's Peter Pan.
Jumbo - The big elephant character in Disney's Dumbo.

Kaa
- The snake in Disney's Jungle Book.
Kocoum - An indian warrior in Disney's Pocahontas.

Louie
- Yet another good web-footed dog name.
Lumiere - The candelabra character in Disney's Beauty and the Beast

Max - The Sheep dog character in Disney's Little Mermaid.
Meeko - The raccoon in Disney's Pocahontas.
Michael - A little boy in Disney's Peter Pan.
Mickey - "Why doesn't anyone take me seriously?"
Mowgli - The little boy in Disney's Jungle Book.

Nemo
- An appropriate name for the orange dog with stripes.

Peter Pan
- You don't want this boy dog to ever grow up.
Phillip - The handsome prince in Disney's Sleeping Beauty.
Piglet - A great name for the dog that resembles a baby pig.
Pinocchio - You always know when this dog is less than honest.
Pluto - Mickey Mouse's dog and the smallest of the planets in the Solar System.
Pongo - The Daddy Dalmatian in Disney's 101 Dalmatians.
Pooh - This chubby little dog resembles a bear.

Rabbit
- The rabbit in Disney's Winnie the Pooh.
Rex - The dinosaur toy in Disney's Toy Story.
Robin Hood - The title character of a Disney movie.

Scrooge
- The elderly duck in Disney's Donald Duck stories.
Scuttle - The sea bird character in Disney's Little Mermaid.
Sebastian - The lobster character in Disney's Little Mermaid.
Shere Khan - The big tiger in Disney's Jungle Book.
Sleepy - This dwarf-dog needs plenty of beauty sleep.
Sneezy - Another good dwarf-dog name.
Stefan - The king and father of Sleeping Beauty.

Thumper
- The rabbit character in Disney's Bambi.
Tigger - A good name for your brindle-coated dog.
Timothy - The mouse character in Disney's Dumbo.
Tramp - A great name for the stray dog that you adopted.

Woody
- The cowboy toy in Disney's Toy Story

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GERMAN, NORDIC, RUSSIAN NAMES FOR BOYS

Adel - German - A noble person. This male dog holds his head very high.
Adler - German - Eagle-like.
Adolph - German - A noble wolf. This pet dog always does the right thing.
Alaric - German - The ruler of all people. This dog likes to boss the other dogs around.
Albern - German - A very noble warrior. This boy dog fights fair.
Aldo - German - Wise one. Other animals come to this dog for advice.
Alger - German - A noble spearman.
Alphonse - German - One who is noble and always ready.
Alvin - German - A true friend to all. This boy dog never meets a stranger.
Archibald - German - Royal and bold.

Armand - German - Guardian. An excellent guard dog name.
Arnett - German - Small eagle.
Arnold - German - Eagle's power.
Attila - The legendary king of the Huns who invaded Europe in the mid 400's A.D.
Axel - German - Peaceful.
Baikal - A huge lake in Siberia. The world's deepest freshwater lake. A great name for your Siberian Husky dog.
Baldwin - German - A fearless friend and protector. This boy dog will lay down his life for his master.
Ballard - German - Strength.

Baron - A European nobleman.
Barrett - German - Bear-courage.
Bernard - German - A person that's as brave as a bear.
Bjorn - Swedish - Courage of a bear.
Boris - Slavic - A proud fighter or warrior.
 

Carl - German - Man.
Clovis - German - A very famous warrior.
Conrad - German - A fearless counselor.
Copernicus - The famous Polish astronomer who discovered that the planets revolve around the sun.
 

Dag - Scandinavian - A person who shines as bright as the day. This dog lights up any room that he enters.
Damek - Slavic - A form of Adam. A great name for your 1st pet dog.
Dedrick - German - The ruler over all the people.
Dustin - German - A proud warrior. This male dog won't back down.
 

Eberhard - German - One who is as brave as a boar.
Edel - German - A distinguished person.
Einstein - "My name is relative."
Elbrus - A mountain in southwestern Russia.
Emery - German - An industrious ruler.
Emil - German - A very resourceful person. This dog gets the most out of his dog-biscuits.
Emmit - German - A hard worker.
Eric - The Norse explorer who discovered Greenland.
Ernst - German - Determined.
 

Ferdinand - German - Ferdinand V, king of Spain, was married to Isabella. They were backers of Christopher Columbus.
Franz - German - From France.
Frederick - German - Peaceful ruler.
 

Garth - Norse - A person who comes from the garden.
Gerald - German - Spear king.
Godfrey - German - God's peace.
Griswold - German - One who comes from the gray forest.
Gunnar - Nordic - Brave warrior.
 

Hackett - German - The little wood cutter. This dog enjoys a bed of wood-shavingsHamar - Scandinavian - A hammer. The boy dog that can lay down the law.
Hamlin - German - One who loves his home. There couldn't be a dog that is more content.
Handel - Famous composer who wrote the Messiah.
Harbin - German - A little shining fighter. A good name for the little breed of dog with a lot of spunk.
Hardy - German - An extremely adventurous person.
Hartman - German - Strong as a deer.
Harvey - German - The warrior of the army.
Heinrich - German - House ruler. This male dog demands the royal treatment.
Helsinki - The capital of Finland.
Henry - German - House ruler.
Herbert - German - Bright warrior.
Herman - German - Man of the army.
 

Igor - Scandinavian - Valiant.
Inger - Norse - The son's army.
Ingmar - Scandinavian - A famous son.
Ivan - Russian - God is gracious.
 

Jarman - German - A German. A great name for any German breed of dog.
Jarvis - German - A professional with a spear.
Jeffrey - German - Peace of God.
Johann - German - God is gracious.
 

Kafka - A famous Czech author. The Metamorphosis is one of his best known works.
Kaiser - German - Caesar. Your Doberman or Rottweiler dog would adore this pet name.
Kell - Scandinavian - One who comes from the spring.
Kelsey - Scandinavian - Person who comes from the ship-island.
Kiev - Capital of the Ukraine.
Kirby - Scandinavian - A dweller of the church village.
Klaus - Fits the Aryan race of dog just fine - German shepherd, Doberman, etc.
Krakow - A former capital of Poland.
Kremlin - The seat of government of the former Soviet Union. Your Siberian Husky dog would like this name.
Kristian - Swedish - Follower of Christ.
 

Ladoga - A large Russian lake that lies close to the Finnish border.
Lamar - German - One who is well known all over the land.
Lambert - German - The radiant land.
Lamont - Scandinavian - A lawyer. This dog represents you well.
Lang - Scandinavian - A very tall man. Your Great Dane dog would adore this name.
Lars - Scandinavian - Crowned with laurels.
Lars - Scandinavian - Crowned with laurels.
Larson - Scandinavian - The son of Lars.
Latham - Scandinavian - Comes from the barns. A good name for the dog that lives on a farm.
Leif - Leif Ericson was a famous Norse explorer. An excellent name for any adventurous dog.
Leonard - German - Brave as a lion.
Luther - German - The famous warrior.
 

Magyar - A descendant of the original settlers of Hungary.
Mandel - German - An almond. A great name for the dog that's a real nut.
Moritz - The Red Baron's dog.
Mozart - The prodigious pet.
 

Nikita - A wonderful name for your Siberian Husky dog.
Norbert - Scandinavian - The wise hero.
 

Obert - German - A wealthy and brilliant man.
Odolf - German - A very wealthy wolf.
Olaf - Norse - The name of several kings of Norway.
Oscar - Norse - A divine spear-man.
Otto - German - A prosperous person.
 

Panzer - German - Armor. This boy dog will guard you well.
Parsifal - The title character of a Wagnerian opera.
Penrod - German - A famous commander.
 

Quimby - Scandinavian - The dweller at the woman's estate

Ragnar - Norse - A powerful army.
Rasputin - A Siberian mystic who helped bring about the downfall of the Russian empire. A wonderful name for your Siberian Husky dog.
Raymond - German - Wise guardian. An excellent name for any guard dog.
Richard - German - Strong ruler.
Roderick - German - Famous ruler.
Roger - German - Famous spear.
Roland - German - From the great land.
Rudolph - German - A famous wolf.
 

Saxon - An ancient Germanic tribe that invaded and conquered parts of Britain.
Searle - German - One who wears armor.
Sigmund - German - The champion protector.
Stefan - German - Crown.
 

Tab - German - A radiant and brilliant person. This confident dog exudes beauty.
Terrell - German - The thunder ruler.
Trigg - Scandinavian - A trustworthy person. You can tell this dog all of your deepest secrets.
Turpin - Scandinavian - The term meaning - a Finn named after Thor.
 

Ulf - German - The wolf. A dog that resembles his wild cousins.
Ulfred - German - A peaceful wolf. A dog, w/ no tolerance for strife, that resembles his wild cousins.
Ulger - German - A warring wolf. A dog, w/ no tolerance for peace, that resembles his wild cousins.
Ullock - German - A sporting wolf. A dog, w/ a love for games, that resembles his wild cousins.
Ulric - German - A wolf that rules. A dog, reigning supreme, that resembles his wild cousins.
 

Valdemar - German - A very famous ruler.
Vassily - Russian - Great protector.
Vladimir - Slavic - A famous prince.
Vladislav - Slavic - A glorious ruler over the people.
Volney - German - One who has has much national spirit.
 

Wagner - German - A professional wagon maker.
Waldo - German - King. This dog demands the royal treatment.
Walter - German - The general of the army.
Warren - German - Defender. A great name for any guard dog.
Wendell - German - Traveler.
William - German - Steadfast guardian. An excellent name for any guard dog.
Wolfgang - German - Rising wolf.
Ziv - Slavic - One who is vigorous and lively. A super name for your frisky dog.
 

MYTHOLOGICAL AND LITERATURE NAMES FOR BOYS

Achilles - The hero of Homer's The Iliad. This legendary male dog is known all over the neighborhood for his bravery.
Aesop - An ancient Greek author of fables. This dog enjoys telling stories.
Ajax - Greek Mythology - A hero of the Trojan War.
Aladdin - "Your wish is my command."
Ali Baba - A poor woodcutter in the Arabian Nights story. He finds treasure hidden in a cave by 40 thieves.
Anubis - An ancient Egyptian god with the head of a jackal. His responsibility was to judge a man's deeds after death.
Apollo - Greek and Roman Mythology - The god of the sun. This boy dog is very powerful indeed.
Ares - Greek Mythology - The god of war. This dog was built for battle.
ArgusGreek Mythology - The giant with a hundred eyes. A wonderful name for your very-large guard dog.Atlas - Greek Mythology - A giant who supported the heavens on his shoulders. Another good pet name for the large breed of dog.
 

Bacchus - Greek and Roman Mythology - The god of wine and good times. Also called Dionysus. This dog will never spoil your good time.
Blake - William Blake was a great English poet who died in 1827. Among his works are Songs of Innocence and Jerusalem.
Bluto - "I have more than just a good pair of forearms."
Boreas - Greek Mythology - The north wind god.
Brutus - An exceptionally large dog who stands his ground.
 

Casper - "The backyard is my favorite haunt."
Charon - Greek Mythology - The boat pilot who escorted dead souls across the river Styx to Hades. A good name for any water-loving dog.
Chaucer - The famous English author of the Canterbury Tales.
Clifford - The red runt of a puppy that grew into a giant red dog.to learn.
Cyclops - Greek Mythology - The giant with one eye.
 

Dagan - The Babylonian god of the earth. This dog loves the outdoors.
Damocles - The legendary courtier in Syracuse who was given a lesson in the dangers of being a king.
Dante - A great Italian poet of the Middle Ages. He wrote the Divine Comedy.
Dickens - A famous English novelist who lived during the 1800's. He wrote A Tale of Two Cities, Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol and many other great works.
Dionysus - Greek Mythology - The god of wine and good times. Also called Bacchus.
Dodger -"I'm often artful."
Dumbo - "I believe I can fly, these big ears have gotta be good for something."
 

Ebenezer - A real sour-puss of a dog.
Emerson - "I prefer to sit in the corner pondering."
Erebus - Greek Mythology - A son of Chaos. He ruled the dark kingdom under the earth, through which souls passed on their way to Hades.
Eros - Greek Mythology - The god of love. This dog couldn't be more romantic.
 

Fable - "I enjoy a good story as much as the next dog."
Falstaff - A comical knight who appears in many Shakespearean plays. This pet will keep you in stitches.
Faust - A magician who, according to legend, sold his soul to the devil.
 

Hades - Greek Mythology - The home of the dead.
Hamlet - The tragic Shakespearean hero.
Helicon - A mountain region in Greece that was the mythological home of the muses.
Helios - Greek Mythology - The sun god. This dog doesn't much care for clouds.
Hemingway - "I enjoy telling stories to the neighborhood dogs."
Hercules - "I often astound you with my feats of canine strength."
Hermes - Greek Mythology - The messenger god.
Homer - The legendary Greek author of the Iliad and the Odyssey.
Hugo - Victor Hugo was a famous French novelist who wrote The Hunchback of Notre Dame, among other works.
Hydra - Greek Mythology - A serpent with 9 heads. When 1 head was cut off, 2 more grew back in its place. Hercules finally killed Hydra.
 

Iago - The crafty and evil villain of Shakespeare's Othello. This dog is always scheming.
Icarus - The Greek mythological son of Daedalus. Daedalus fashioned wings for he and his son. Icarus flew too high and the sun melted the wax holding his wings together. He fell to his death.
Ichor - Greek Mythology - The fluid that flowed through the gods veins.
Igor - This dog sometimes likes to eat insects and will assist you in any of your undertakings.
Incubus - An evil spirit thought to attach itself to sleeping victims.
Indra - The early Hindu god of rain and thunder. This dog gets excited during a storm.
 

Janus - Roman Mythology - The god of portals and beginnings and endings. This dog represents a new chapter in your life.
Jason -"Sailing is my passion."
Jove - Another name for Jupiter.
Jupiter - The Roman god of gods. This dog is second to none.
 

Kempis - Thomas A Kempis was a Christian author of the middle-ages. He wrote one of the most famous devotional books ever - Imitation of Christ.
Lex - "I will get that so-called Super dog, you'll see."
Loki - Norse Mythology - The god who loved to cause trouble. A fantastic name for any mischievous dog.
 

Macbeth - The tragic title character of the famous Shakespearean play.
Marduk - Babylonian Mythology - A major god.
Mars - Roman Mythology - The god of war. This dog loves a good fight.
MercuryRoman Mythology - The messenger of the gods.
Midas - Everything this dog touches, turns to gold.
Moby - This dog has some characteristic that is humongous.
Morpheus - Greek Mythology - The god of dreams. This boy dog loves to take naps.
 

Narcissus - Greek Mythology - The youth who was in love with his own reflection.
Nemo - The captain in the famous Jules Verne novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. A great name for your water-loving dog.
Neptune - Roman Mythology - The sea god. Another fantastic name for your water loving dog.
Nestor - Greek Mythology - A great warrior and wise counselor.
 

Oberon - The mythical king of the fairies. A wonderful name for any toy-breed of dog.
Odin - Norse Mythology - The king of the gods.
Odysseus - The main character and hero of the Greek epic story the Odyssey.
Odyssey - Written by the Greek poet Homer. This adventure epic ranks as the most influential work of ancient Greek literature.
Oliver - A great name for the orphan dog that you adopted from the pound.
Olympus - Greek Mythology - The home of the gods.
Orion - Greek Mythology - A mighty hunter. This dog can sniff out any prey.
Orpheus - Greek Mythology - A musician who played the lyre. Even rivers stopped flowing to listen to his beautiful playing.
Osiris - Egyptian Mythology - The husband of Isis. He was the chief god of the underworld.
Othello - Title character of the Shakespearean tragedy. He kills his wife out of false jealousy.
 

Pan - Greek Mythology - The god of forests, woods, meadows, flocks and herds.
Pauper - "I rely on my master's constant charity to survive."
Perseus - Greek Mythology - A son of Zeus. He cut off the head of the Gorgon Medusa.
Plato - Ancient Greek writer and philosopher. One of the most influential thinkers of western civilization.
Pokey - "I take my time getting from point A to point B."
Pollux - Greek and Roman Mythology - The twin of Castor.
Pooh - An animated little teddy bear of a dog.
Popeye - "I's onlys cooks wis Olives Oyls."
Poseidon - The god of the sea. You've never met a dog that loves water more than he does.
Priam - Greek Mythology - The last king of Troy

Riddler - "I like to watch you scratch your head in disbelief."
Riki-Tiki-Tavi - "I'll be glad to kill that cobra out in the yard."
Romeo - "I'm the most romantic dog you've ever owned."
 

Saturn - Roman Mythology - The god of the harvest. A good name for the boy dog that lives on a farm.
Satyr - Greek Mythology - The gods of the forests and woods.
Shakespeare - "My imagination knows no boundaries."
Sherlock - Sherlock Holmes is one of the most famous fictional detectives ever created.
Sherwood - This forest was the headquarters of the fictional Robin Hood and his merry band of thieves.
Snoopy - "Grown-ups speak gibberish."
Sol - Roman Mythology - The sun god. This boy dog loves to sun-bathe.
 

Tantalus - Greek Mythology - A king who was punished and sent to the Lower world. He was constantly teased with water and fruit which were kept just out of his reach.
Tarzan - "I'm the king of this jungle that you call a house."
Theseus - Greek Mythology - A great king of ancient Athens.
Thor - Norse Mythology - The god of thunder. This boy dog has a great booming bark.
Titan - Greek Mythology - A giant. A wonderful name for any large breed of dog.
Tolstoy - The famous Russian writer. His best known works are War and Peace and Anna Karenina. Your Siberian Husky dog would adore this name.
Toto - This dog likes to pull stuffing out of scarecrows.
Triton - Greek Mythology - A sea god who was part man and part fish. Another super name for you water-loving dog.
Twain - Mark Twain was the pen-name of the great American author - Samuel Clemens. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Prince and the Pauper are among his best-known works.
 

Uranus - Early Greek and Roman Mythology - The god of the heavens.
Virgil - A great poet of ancient Rome. The Aenid was his most famous work.
Vulcan - Roman Mythology - The god of fire.
 

Walt - This dog will be happy just laying down pondering a leaf of grass.
Wilbur - The pig in Charlotte's Web. A great name for the dog that resembles a pig.
Woden - German Mythology - The chief god.
Zane - Zane Grey was a popular American author who wrote stories about the wild west.
Zeus - Greek Mythology - The chief god. No one questions this dog's authority.

SAINT NAMES FOR BOYS

Albert - The patron saint of scientists.
Alexander - The patron saint of Corsica.
Ambrose - A 4th century saint who heavily influenced St. Augustine. He is the patron saint of students.
Andrew - An apostle of Jesus Christ and the patron saint of fishermen.
Ansgar - The patron saint of Scandinavia.
Anthony - The patron saint of those with lost items.
Antony - The patron saint of domestic animals and butchers. A terrific pet name for the dog that loves raw meat.
Antipas - He was mentioned in the New Testament as a friend of Paul. He was burned to death for his Christian faith.
Aquila - A Jewish man who was prominently mentioned in the New Testament as a Christian convert and provider to the early Church. He was martyred by the Romans.                  Attalus - A 2nd century Roman citizen who was burned to death by the Romans for his Christian faith.
Augustine - He lived during the 4th and 5th centuries. He is considered the most influential scholar and writer of the Catholic Church. His ideas and writings continue to influence Western thinking to this day.
Barnabas - The patron saint of Cyprus.
Bartholomew - One of the 12 apostles of Jesus Crist and the patron saint of plasterers.
Basil - A 4th century saint who was tortured and martyred for his preaching against the pagan gods.
Benedict - The patron saint of those who have been poisoned
Benjamin - A 5th century saint who was tortured and impaled by the Persians for preaching his Christian faith.                                                    Bernard - The patron saint of candlemakers and skiers.
Bernardine - The patron saint of advertising.
Blaise - The patron saint of those with throat problems.
Boris - The patron saint of Moscow.
Brendan - The patron saint of sailors.
 

Canute - The patron saint of Denmark.
Carpus - A 2nd century saint who was tortured and burned at the stake for his Christian faith.
Clement - The patron saint of stonecutters.
Christopher - A name meaning Christ-Bearer. An Italian saint who lived in the 15th century.
Claude - The patron saint of sculptors.
Crispin - The patron saint of leatherworkers.
Cyprian - A 5th century bishop in Africa who was driven into the dessert, tortured, and then executed.
Cyril - The patron saint of Moravia.
 

Dalmatius - A 4th century French bishop who was martyred by the Romans.
Damian - The patron saint of barbers.
Daniel - A 13th century Franciscan who was beheaded by the Mohammedans for his Christian faith.
David - The patron saint of poets and Wales.
Denis - The patron saint of France.
Dionysius - A 3rd century Pope. He was the first Pope who did not die a martyr for the Christian faith.
Dismas - The good thief crucified beside Jesus Christ.
Dominic - The patron saint of astronomers.
Drogo - The patron saint of shepherds. A wonderful male dog name for your German shepherd or any type of shepherd dog.
 

Ebbo - An 8th century French bishop who fought valiantly against the Moors.
Edbert - A 7th century monk who is noted for his aid to the poor.
Edmund - A 9th century King in England who was tortured and beheaded.
Elias - A 9th century Spanish priest who was executed for his faith.
Eligius - The patron saint of metal-workers and jewelers.
Eric - The patron saint of Sweden.
Ernest - A 12th century German abbot who was tortured and killed by the Moors.
 

Fabian - A 3rd century Pope who was martyred by the Romans.
Faustus - A 3rd century man who was tortured and burned to death for his Christian faith.
Felix - The patron saint of Spain.
Fidelis - A 3rd century Roman officer who helped Christian prisoners escape. He was scourged and then beheaded for his actions.
Florian - The patron saint of firemen. A wonderful name for a dalmatian or a dog that lives at a fire-house.
Francis - The patron saint of Italy. Was especially devoted to all of God's creatures.
 

Gabriel - The patron saint of messengers.
Gaius - Baptized by saint Paul. He bacame bishop of Thessalonia and was martyred there.
George - The patron saint of Portugal, Germany, England, and Venice.
Gerard - The patron saint of Hungary.
Germanicus - A 2nd century man who was killed by wild beasts in the amphitheater of Smyrna.
Gibrian - A 6th century Irish priest.
Gilbert - A 13th century Scottish saint.
Giles - The patron saint of beggars. A good male dog name for the pet who is always begging for table scraps.
Gregory - The patron saint of musicians.
 

Hadrian - The patron saint of soldiers.
Hallvard - The patron saint of Oslo.
Henry - The patron saint of Finland.
Hermes - A 2nd century Roman citizen who was executed for his faith.
Hubert - The patron saint of hunters. A great name for the dog that you plan to take hunting with you

Ignatius - A saint and priest. He founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).
Isaac - The patron saint of North America.
Isaias - An 11th Century Russian monk.
Isidore - The patron saint of farmers.
 

James - One of Jesus Christ's 12 apostles and the patron saint of Spain.
Januarius - The patron saint of blood banks. An appropriate dog name for the flea-infested dog.
Jerome - An early Christian church father and saint. He composed the Vulgate.
Joachim - The traditional father of Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ.
John - The only apostle of Jesus Christ who was present at the crucifixion.
Josaphat - A Polish priest of the 17th century.
Joseph - The adopted father of Jesus Christ. He is the patron saint of carpenters.
Jude - The patron saint of desperate causes.
Julian - A 3rd century man who was burned to death for his Christian faith.
Julius - A 3rd century Roman soldier who converted to Christianity and was beheaded for his faith.
Justin - A 2nd century man who was beheaded for his Christian faith.
Justus - The patron saint of Madrid.
 

Kevin - A 6th century Irish priest.
Kieran - A 6th century Irishman who is known as one of the 12 Apostles of Ireland.
Kilian - The patron saint of Bavaria.
 

Ladislaus - A Hungarian national hero who lived during the 11th century.
Laurentius - A 3rd century Italian man beheaded for his Christian faith.
Lawrence - The patron saint of cooks and the poor.
Lazarus - The man who was dead for 4 days and then raised to life by Jesus Christ.
Leonard - The patron saint of prisoners of war.
Leopold - An Austrian man who lived during the 12th century.
Lucian - A Syrian who was martyred for his Christian faith in the early 4th century.
Lucius - He was beheaded for his Christian faith in the 3rd century.
Luke - The patron saint of artists.
 

Macarius - A 4th century bishop of Jerusalem.
Macedonius - A 4th century Syrian who is said to have lived on nothing but barley for 40 yrs.
Machar - An Irishman of the 6th century who was a missionary to Scotland. Legend has him being the founder of Aberdeen.
Malachy - An Irish priest of the 12th century.
Malo - A 7th century Welsh priest.
Marius - A 3rd century Persian nobleman who was beheaded for his Christian faith.
Mark - The patron saint of Venice.
Martin - The patron saint of hair-dressers.
Matthew - The patron saint of bankers and accountants.
Matthias - The man who replaced Judas as the 12th apostle of Jesus Christ.
Maurice - The patron saint of dyers.
Maximian - A 4th century African saint.
Maximus - A 3rd century Ephesian who was stoned to death for his faith.
Mennas - A 3rd century Egyptian who was beheaded for his faith.
Michael - The powerful archangel and protector of Israel.
 

Nahum - A man who lived during the 10th century. Known as 1 of the 7 apostles of Bulgaria.
Narcissus - A 2nd century Greek man who was named bishop of Jerusalem.
Nerses - A 4th century Persian bishop who was beheaded for his Christian faith.
Nestor - A 3rd century bishop who was crucified for his faith.
Nicetas - An 11th century Russian monk.
Nicholas - The patron saint of sailors, children, bakers and travelers.
Nicodemus - One of the members of the Jewish Sanhedrin who stood up for Jesus Christ.
Nino - The patron saint of Georgia.
 

Olaf - The patron saint of Norway.
Pacian - A bishop of Barcelona, Spain who lived in the 4th century.
Pambo - One of the monks who lived in the Egyptian desert in the 4th century.
Parisio - An Italian priest of the 13th century.
Patrick - The patron saint of Ireland.
Paul - The first major Christian evangelist to the Gentiles.
Peleus - An Egyptian bishop who was burned to death in the 4th century.
Peter - He's the apostle who was given the keys to the kingdom of Heaven by Jesus.
Phileas - An Egyptian who was beheaded in the 4th century for his faith.
Philip - The patron saint of Rome

Quentin - A Roman who was beheaded in the 3rd century for his faith.
Raphael - The patron saint of the blind. A great name for a seeing-eye-dog.
Raymond - The patron saint of those who are wrongfully accused.
Rufus - A citizen of Antioch who was beheaded in the 2nd century for his faith.
 

Sabas - A Goth who was drowned to death in the 4th century.
Salvator - A 16th century Spanish saint.
Sava - The patron saint of Serbia.
Sebastian - The patron saint of athletes.
Silas - A 1st century leader of the Church in Jerusalem.
Stephen - The patron saint of bricklayers. He was the 1st Christian martyr.
 

Tanco - An Irish monk and bishop who died in the 9th century.
Thomas - The patron saint of architects.
Timothy - An early convert of St. Paul. He was stoned to death for his faith.
Titus - The patron saint of Crete.
 

Valentine or Val - An early saint who was martyred in Rome. The patron saint of lovers and greetings.
Valerian - A 5th century bishop in Africa.
Varus - A Roman soldier who was martyred for his faith in the 4th century.
Vincent - The patron saint of builders.
Vladimir - The patron saint of Russia.
Vitus - The patron saint of actors and comedians. A good name for your dramatic male dog.
Xavier - A Spanish saint who is considered one of the greatest Christian missionaries.
Zeno - A 4th century bishop of Verona, Italy.
 

BRITISH ISLES NAMES FOR BOYS

Aidan - Irish - An extremely fiery person. A great name for your passionate male dog.
Alan - Irish - One who is in harmony.
Alfred - English - Small, wise counselor. A good name for any small breed of dog.
Angus - Scottish - A strong man.
Arlen - Irish - Promise. This male dog shows a lot of potential.
Arthur - Welsh - Courage of a bear. A great guard dog name.
Avery - English - Small, wise counselor. A good name for any small breed of dog.
Baird - Irish - A traveling ballad singer. This boy dog likes to roam around and bark.
Balfour - Scottish - One who hails from the pasture land. A good name for any shepherd breed dog.

Bancroft - English - A person from the bean field.
Bard - Irish - A poet.
Barkley - English - The man from a birch tree meadow.
Barlow - English - A person who lives on the bare hill.
Baron - A European nobleman. A logical name for your distinguished pure-bred boy dog.
Barry - Irish - An expert with a spear.
Barton - English - A landowner.
Baxter - English - A baker.
Beck - English - A brook. This boy dog loves flowing water.
Beckham - This dog enjoys chasing soccer balls.
                                                                                         Beecher - English - One who lives by the beech trees.
Beeman - English - A professional beekeeper.
Benson - English - Son of Benjamin.
Blaine - Irish - Lean. This male dog keeps himself in good shape.
Blair - Irish - Of the field. A great name for any sporting breed of dog.
Boyd - Irish - Fair haired.
Bradley - English - Broad meadow.
Brady - Irish - Fiery one. This male dog is full of passion.
Brendan - Irish - A sword. A good name for any guard dog.
Brian - Irish - Strength.
Brice - Welsh - A person who is awake, alert, and highly ambitious. This boy dog never sleeps while on duty.
Brock - English - A badger.
 

Cadby - English - The settlement of a warrior.
Caddock - Welsh - One who is desirous of war. A good name for the boy dog who is always spoiling for a fight.
Calder - English - One who dwells near the brook or stream. Your water-loving dog would appreciate this name.
Calhoun - Irish - A resident of the narrow woods.
Calvert - English - A person who herds calves. A wonderful name for any shepherd breed of dog.
Camden - Scottish - A person who comes from the crooked valley.
Camelot - The legendary site of King Arthur's court and palace.
Cameron - Scottish - A crooked nose.
Carlin - Irish - The little victor. A wonderful name for any toy-breed of dog.
Carlisle - English - Tower. A great name for any tall breed of dog.
Carrick - Irish - A dweller of the rocky land.
Carroll - Irish - A winner. This male dog is a future champion.
Cassidy - Irish - A crafty person with wavy hair. A great name for a poodle dog.
Cedric - English - A chief of the battle.
Chandler - English - A professional candle maker.
Chester - English - From the fortress. A good name for your guard dog.
Churchill - Winston Churchill was the prime minister who led Great Britain through World War II.
Cian - Irish - Ancient.
Clay - English - Of the soil. This canine delights in digging holes.
Clyde - Welsh - One with much warmth. This boy dog is welcome in your arms on winter days.
Collin - Scottish - A puppy. You hope this male dog never grows up.
Corbin - English - Raven. A great name for any solid-black dog.
 

Dacey - Irish - One who comes from the south.
Dagwood - English - A person dwelling in the bright and shining forest.
Dalbert - English - A radiant person. This boy dog brightens any room that he enters.
Dalen or Dale - English - A valley.
Dalton - English - The person from the valley town.
Dane - English - A person who comes from Denmark. A fitting name for any Great Dane dog.
Darby - Irish - Liberty. This canine is always trying to escape.
Darren - Irish - Famous. This boy dog might one day be a champion.
Dearborn - English - One who dwells in the deer brook.
Dempsey - Irish - A person with much pride. This boy dog carries his head high at all times.
Derry - Irish - The one with red hair. A great name for any red-haired pet dog.
Devin - Irish - A poet.
Devlin - Irish - A fearless warrior. A fantastic name for the boy dog that won't back down from any fight or challenge.
Dillon - Irish - A faithful companion. This dog will never leave your side.
Dolan - Irish - Dark one. A great name for any black dog.
Domino - The perfect name for your Dalmatian dog.
Donovan - Irish - The dark warrior. A great name for your fearless solid-black-colored dog.
Douglas - Scottish - Deep water. An excellent name for any water-loving dog.
Druid - "Me and my doggie buddies like to gather 'round the trees."
Duke - A nobleman just below the rank of prince.
Dylan - Welsh - A man from the sea. Another splendid name for your water-loving dog.
 

Eachan - Irish - A horseman.
Earl - English - A nobleman. This boy dog always holds his head high.
Edgar - English - A very wealthy spearman.
Edric - English - A prosperous ruler of the people. This pet dog has earned countless dog biscuits in his guard-dog duties.
Edward - English - A wealthy guardian. A great name for any guard dog.
Egan - Irish - An eager and fiery person.
Egbert - English - A flaming sword.
Elder - English - One who is in a position of authority. A great name for any dominant male dog.
Eldon - English - One who comes from the holy hill.
Ellard - English - One who is fearless and sacred.
Elton - "My gift is my song."
Ewing - English - Lawyer. This male dog represents you well.
Excalibur - King Arthur's legendary sword.
 

Fagan - Irish - The little fiery one. A great name for the small breed of dog with a lot of spunk.
Fairfax - English - A person with fair hair. A great name for any blond-haired dog.
Fane - English - Grateful and joyful. This boy dog is so happy that you adopted him.
Farley - English - A person who hails from the bull or sheep meadow.
Farold - English - A mighty traveler.
Farrell - Irish - A very fearless warrior. This boy dog loves conflict.
Fergus - Irish - Powerful and manly. A great name for any extra-large breed of dog.
Fielding - English - A field worker. This pet dog enjoys watching you gather the crops.
Filbert - English - A radiant and intelligent person.
Finis - "I'm the be-all and end-all of boy dogs."
Finley - Irish - A fair-haired soldier.
Fletcher - English - A professional arrow maker.
Flint - English - A stream. This boy dog loves the water.
Floyd - Welsh - Gray-haired.
Forbes - Irish - A very wealthy person.
Ford - English - River crossing.
Forrest - English - From the forest.
Franklin - English - A landowner

Galahad - A knight of King Arthur's roundtable.
Galen or Gale - Irish - One who is little and full of life. A great name for any small breed of dog.
Gallagher - Irish - Your ardent helper. This boy dog would just love to help you, in matters great and small.
Garnett - English - A person armed with a spear.
Garnock - Welsh - The dweller by the alder river.
Garrett - Irish - A fearless spearman.
Garvin - English - A friend in battle. This dog will remain with you in times of trouble.
Gavin - Welsh - Like a hawk. An excellent name for any guard dog.
Gawain - King Arthur's nephew and one of his Round Table knights.
Gilbert - English - A brilliant pledge.
Gordon - English - The one who comes from the triangular hill.
Gorman - Irish - A small person with blue eyes.
Gower - Welsh - A very pure one. This boy dog comes from excellent blood-lines.
Grady - Irish - A very distinguished person.
Granger - English - A farmer. A good name for the boy dog that's raised on a farm.
Grant - English - Great. This male dog represents his breed well.
Grover - English - From the tree grove.
Guthrie - Irish - A person who comes from the breezy place.
 

Hagen - Irish - A very small and youthful person. An appropriate name for the runt of the litter.
Hagley - English - Person from a closed meadow or pasture.
Halbert - English - The radiant hero.
Haley - Irish - Clever. This male dog has no problem learning new things.
Halsey - English - A resident of Hal's island.
Harold - English - An army leader.
Harper - English - A harp player.
Harry - English - A fighter.
Hart - English - A male deer.
Haven - English - A safe place. A good name for your guard dog.
Hogan - Irish - Young. You hope this puppy never grows up.
Holden - English - From the hollow.
Howard - English - The chief guard. An excellent name for any guard dog.
 

Ian - Scottish - God is gracious.
Irving - English - A friend from the sea. Another great name for your water-loving dog.
Jagger - "I have real problems getting any satisfaction."
Jeeves - Your proper English butler dog.
 

Kane - Irish - A tribute. A good name for the offspring of a much-beloved dog.
Keane - Irish - Clever. This boy dog sure learns fast.
Keefe - Irish - A handsome, gentle, and loved man.
Keegan - Irish - A little, fiery person. A great name for any little breed of dog with a lot of passion.
Keelan - Irish - A little, slender person.
Keller - Irish - A little associate.
Kelly - Irish - A warrior.
Kelvin - Irish - A resident of the narrow river.
Kemp - English - The victorious warrior.
Kendall - English - From the valley.
Kenley - English - One who hails from the royal meadow.
Kent - Welsh - White and brilliant. An appropriate name for your solid-white pet dog.
Kermit - Irish - Liberty. This boy dog just loves to escape.
Kerry - Irish - Dark one. A great name for your solid black dog.
Kevin - Irish - Handsome and lovable.
Kimball - Welsh - Battle chief.
King - "Oh boy, how do I live up to this name?"
Kingston - English - One who lives at the King's estate.
Knight - English - A military aide to the king.
 

Lach - Scottish - One who dwells by the lake.
Ladd - English - An assistant.
Laird - Scottish - A very prosperous landowner.
Lancelot - He was the bravest and most famous of King Arthur's knights of the round table.
Lane - English - A narrow road.
Langford - English - The person who comes from the long ford.
Latimer - English - The person who interprets.
Leith - Scottish - One who comes from a broad river.
Leland - English - Meadow land.
Lennon - John Lennon was a prolific songwriter, musician, and a founding member of the Beatles.
Leslie - English - A small meadow.
Logan - Scottish - A meadow.
London - "I'll do absolutely anything for a basket of fish 'n chips!"
 

MacAdam - Scottish - The son of Adam.
MacDonald - Scottish - The son of Donald.
Maddock - Welsh - A good and generous person. This boy dog doesn't mind sharing his chew-toys.
Maddox - Welsh - The benefactor's son.
Maitland - English - The land of the meadow.
Malcolm - Scottish - A follower of St. Columba.
Malin - English - A little mighty warrior. This runt dog won't back down from any fight.
Maloney - Irish - A devoted attendee of church services.
Manfred - English - An extremely peaceful man. This boy dog stays away from any dogfight.
Manley - English - From the man's meadow.
Manton - English - A man from the hero's town.
Marlon - English - Young hawk.
Marshall - English - An agent.
Marvin - English - A true friend. This male dog will never betray you.
Mather - English - A very powerful army.
Melvin - Irish - Chief.
Mercer - English - A shopkeeper.
Merlin - The legendary magician and seer who aided King Arthur.
Murdock - Scottish - Gained his wealth from the sea.
Murray - Scottish - A seafarer.
 

Nairn - Scottish - A resident at the alder tree river.
Neil - Irish - The champion. This boy dog is a winner.
Nelson - Irish - Son of the champion.
Nessie - Name of the legendary monster residing in Loch Ness in Scotland. A great name for your Scottish terrier dog.
Nevin - Irish - A worshipper of the saint.
Newell - English - The new hall.
Newland - English - A dweller on the new land.
Newlin - Welsh - A dweller at the new lake.
Newman - English - The newcomer.
Newton - "I wear a helmet when sitting under an apple tree."
Nolan - Irish - Noble.
Norton - English - North town.
Norwood - English - North forest.
 

Oakes - English - The dweller at the oak trees. This boy dog just loves to sleep under the trees.
Oakley - English - A person who comes from the oak meadow.
Odell - English - One who comes from the forested hill.
Ogden - English - A person who comes from the oak valley.
Orrin - Irish - Fair skinned.
Osborn - English - Divine warrior. This guard dog was heaven-sent.
Oxford - "I'm the brainiest pet on the block."
Ozzy - This animal is crazy as a loon - in a lovable sort of way.
 

Palmer - English - A palm-bearing pilgrim. This boy dog greets you each day with much enthusiasm.
Parker - English - The park keeper.
Parrish - English - A church district.
Patrick - The legendary saint who drove all the snakes off of Ireland.
Patton - English - One who comes from the warrior's town.
Paxton - English - A peaceful town.
Penley - English - An enclosed meadow.
Phelan - Irish - The wolf. A great name for the dog that greatly resembles his wild cousins.
Prescott - English - One who comes from the priest's cottage.
 

Quid - British - One pound sterling.
Quillan - Irish - A little cub. This puppy reminds you of a little bear.
Quinlan - Irish - One who is very well-shaped and strong. A good name for your powerfully built Irish Setter dog.
Quinn - Irish - Wise.
 

Rad - English - A counselor. Other dogs come to him for advice.
Radbert - English - An intelligent counselor. The dog shrink.
Radburn - English - One who comes from the red brook.
Radcliff - English - A dweller at the red cliff.
Rafferty - Irish - Very wealthy and prosperous.
Ralph - English - The wolf counselor.
Randolph - English - The shield-bearing wolf.
Reece - Welsh - Eager. This male dog is always ready to learn new things.
Remington - English - Person who comes from the raven-family estate. A fantastic name for any solid-black boy dog.
Renny - Irish - A small, but powerful person. A good name for any toy-breed of dog.
Renshaw - English - One who comes from the raven woods.
Rider - English - A horseman.
Ridgley - English - The dweller at the ridge meadow.
Rigby - English - One who hails from the ruler's valley.
Riley - Irish - An extremely valiant warrior.
Ringo - Ringo Starr was the drummer for the Beatles.
Rochester - English - A rocky fortress.
Ronald - English - A mighty force. An excellent name for any large breed of dog.
Rory - Irish - The red king. A great name for your dominant red-haired dog.
Roy - Irish - Red-haired.
Royce - English - A prince. This male dog comes from champion blood lines.
Ryan - Irish - Little red king.

NAMES WITH CHARACTER AND TRAITS FOR BOYS

Abbot - The chief of an abbey or monastery. This male dog prefers peaceful and secluded areas.
Aegis - A protective shield. This dog is your faithful protector.
Alexander - A Macedonian king and world conqueror. This pet dog loves to divide and conquer any territory.
Bandit - "I just made off with the neighbor's kitten."
Banjo - He's your favorite little banjo boy. This name sent in by Lori and her special Boxer dog.
Bantam - A small, spirited fighter.
Bear - This dog is big, round, and cuddly.
Bengal - "My brindle coat looks just like a tiger's."
Bishop - "I always stalk my prey diagonally."
Blackjack - "I plan on living to the age of 21."
Blitz - This dog comes at you from all angles.
Blizzard - A forceful, solid-white dog.
Blue - Old faithful. You could set your watch by this boy dog and never be late.
Boo - "I sometimes bump into things in the house at night."
Boogie - "I could have danced all night."
Bronco - This boy dog can't be tamed.
Bruiser - "I love the smell of a good dog-fight in the morning."
Buck - The prototypical male dog.
Capricorn - The 10th zodiac sign - a goat. If your dog resembles a goat, then this is the perfect name.
Carmine - Latin - Crimson. A great name for your deep-red-colored dog.
Chance - You took a risk by adopting this boy dog.
Chaos - "I'm always in a state of disorder."
Charcoal - This black dog is always close at hand when you barbecue.
Chopin - A boy dog that's very agile, with tons of ability.
Cobalt - Another good name for your blue-eyed boy dog.
Codger - "Some people say that I'm set in my ways."
Cody - This pet dog is perfectly suited for frontier life.
Colt - The dog who is rough and ready on the dusty trail.
Coon - An appropriate name for the gray-colored dog that resembles a raccoon.
Cotton - "It ain't easy being the fabric of your life."
Cupid - A good name for the boy dog adopted on Valentine's day.
Demon - "My intentions are not always the best."
Deuce - "I'm sometimes wild."
Digger - "I don't know why I have the urge to bury things."
Digits - This boy dog can count to ten on his paws.
Dino - Your little furry dinosaur-dog.
Dizzy - "I love to run in circles - chasing my tail."
Doc - What's up - with your dog's bedside manners?
Drake - A male duck. This name would go well with your water loving breed of dog.
Dumbo - "I believe I can fly, these big ears have gotta be good for something."
Dusty - He's not the neatest dog in the world.
Dutch - This boy dog will make you pay for everything.
Eagle - This pet dog's vision and hunting skills remind you of an eagle.
Eddy - A current of water which spins against the main current. This pet always seems to do the opposite of what you expect him to do.
Edge - "I have the sharpest senses of any dog on the block."
Electric - This boy dog is always wired.
Elmo - A wonderful name for the dog with red-shag-carpet hair.
Encore - "You're always asking me to repeat the same trick."
Fangs - This name makes even the tiniest dog seem fearsome.
Fargo - Prefers the far-off isolated places.
Fats - A big, jowelly bull-dog.
Felony - "I delight in doing puppy no-no's."
Fiddler - "I just can't seem to mind my own business."
Fisher - This dog loves the water and sometimes catches a fish or two.
Flavour - "You'll remember me long after I'm gone."
Flea - "I'm named for my most ardent admirers."
Fleck - A solid colored dog with only a few spots of contrasting colors.
Foggy - "I sometimes appear dazed and confused."
Folly - "My decisions are not always wise."
Fortune - "Aren't you lucky that I'm your puppy?"
Fox - This boy dog is attractive in a cunning sort of way.
Fracas - This canine just loves a good fight.
Frosty - He loves to sled in the snow on his belly.
Fury - "I will defend my territory with a vengeance."
Galaxy - "I'm a thousand stars all rolled up into one dog."
Gator - This boy dog can fit a lot of frisbees or bones in his big mouth.
Gecko - "I'm a fabulous climber who has been known to hunt an insect or two."
Georgie - Curiosity always get the better of this dog.
Goblin - A scary-little-monster dog.
Guru - "Stick with me, and I'll teach you the ways of a canine

Havoc - "Destruction of furniture is my passion."
Hawkeye - This boy dog notices everything.
Hellion - "Trouble is my middle name."
Hocus - "Now you see me, now you don't."
Hombre - "I'm one rough, tough dog."
Hot Dog - "Yeah, I'm just a show-off."
Houdini - "Do you really think that leash can hold me?"
Hunter - "Although I can fend for myself, please feed me twice a day."
Iceman - "No matter what happens, I will keep my cool."
Idol - "My masters are in awe of me."
Idyll - This boy dog is the perfect additon to any scene.
Jester - The professional fool. You can't help but laugh while observing this dog.
Jet - "I was built for speed, man."
Jingo - One who favors war at all costs.
Joker - A boy dog that always gives you a sidesplitting good time.
Jungle - "I could probably survive in the wild...for about 24 hrs."
Kamikaze - "I sometimes throw caution to the wind, when chasing my tail."
Kermit - This pet dog has issues with the pitch of his singing voice.
Kolinsky - An Asian weasel with beautiful golden-brown fur.
Lacrosse - "I love playing with sticks and nets."
Ladle - "I often use my big ol' paws to scoop fish out of the aquarium."
Lantern - "I'm so orange, you often wonder if I would glow in the dark."
Legion - "I have a multitude of personalities."
Leo - A good name for a Pomeranian or Chow dog that greatly resembles a lion.
Lucky - This boy dog feels fortunate to find a master such as you.
Luger - "Ain't I a pistol?"
Lunar - "I will one day be the first canine on the moon

Macabre - A good name for the dog who brings bird or mouse corpses to your back door.
Machismo - "I am all DOG."
Madcap - "I'm always going off on crazy pet adventures."
Magic - This boy dog will dazzle you with his ball-handling skills.
Magnate - "I am a marvel of canine industry."
Magneto - "My puppy charm is an irresistible force."
Magnum - "I am the ultimate peace-maker."
Mantis - A fabulous name for the pet with long, slender legs.
Maverick - This dog doesn't ever follow the status quo.
Monk - You won't feel guilty leaving this pet home alone.
Monkey - "I can do tricks you don't normally associate with a mere canine."
Moose - A big Boxer, Mastiff, or Great Dane.
Morris - An appropriate name for the orange dog that resembles Morris the cat.
Nickel - Your shiny, silver-haired dog would appreciate this name.
Nitro - A super-charged boy dog.
Outlaw - "I stay one step ahead of the law."
Panda - This black and white dog might remind you of a little panda bear.
Peppy - A dog with as much energy as nature will allow.
Phantom - This boy dog sometimes appears out of nowhere.
Picasso - A pet dog with abstract markings.
Pokey - "I take my time getting from point A to point B."
Porky - "I'm not fat, I'm just big-boned."
Quicksilver - Another name for mercury because of mercury's color and fast rate of flow.
Raccoon - A terrific name for your gray-colored dog.
Racer - A greyhound - or a dog who just looks like one.
Radar - "I will let you know when real or imaginary danger approaches."
Ranger - "I'm constantly patrolling the back yard."
Ransom - You sometimes wonder if you paid too much for your dog.
Rascal - This boy dog continually breaks the rules, but you love him anyway.
Raven - The perfect name for your black-haired dog.
Regal - "I carry myself with uncommon grace and dignity."
Regis - All hail the little king of all dogs.
Reverie - "My absolute favorite pastime is dog-napping!"
Rip - Your screen door doesn't stand a chance with this dog around.
River - This boy dog just loves to play in the water.
Rocket - "Be careful, I can outrun you to the front door."
Rookie - "Learning to be a dog isn't always easy."
Rooster - "I'm a big, bad chicken."
Rush - "I give you a big jolt of energy every day."
Rusty - "My real name is Oxidation, but you can call me Rusty."
Sailor - This boy dog loves to go sailing with you.
Scooter - An extremely quick little dog.
Scout - "I'll go out ahead and look for the enemy."
Scrappy - This dog is a little ball of fire.
Seal - This pet has a brown, sleek coat.
Sentinel - "No prowler will survive in my domain."
Shadow - "I like to follow my master around, anywhere and everywhere."
Sharky - "I fancy myself the perfect predator. My prey? Burglars."
Shorty - "It ain't easy being vertically challenged."
Shotgun - This dog has quick, powerful bursts of energy.
Silver - He's your faithful companion on the dusty trail.
Sirius - The Dog Star.
Skeeter - This boy dog can sometimes be a real pest, but you love him anyway.
Skipper - "The sea beckons me. At least get me a wading pool."
Slash - "You sure don't wanna meet me in a dark alley."
Slim - This dog refuses to gain weight.
Snake - "Don't tread on my turf."
Snapper - This dog is a perky son of a gun.
Snuffy - "I sort of resemble a wooly mammoth."
Sparky - "I can always lift your spirits."
Spider - Sometimes you think this pet dog has extra legs.
Spike - This dog is your primary protector.
Spooky - The dog that goes bump in the night.
Sterling - This dog is of the most pure stock.
Stoney - "Rock-climbing is my passion."
Stormy - "I have a volatile personality

Tabasco - "I'm a ball of canine fire."
Taurus - The 2nd zodiac sign - represented by a bull. A wonderful name for your bulldog.
Taz - This boy dog reminds you of a brown furry cyclone.
T-Bone - A dog that kind of resembles a cow.
Thorn - "I've been known to scratch the hand that feeds me."
Tiger - "Sometimes, I'm a ferocious little dog."
Tonka - Your tough little doggie.
Topper - "Anything you can do, I can do better."
Trapper - "Every now and then I like to catch mice and birds."
Treble - "I will always be a smart and loyal dog."
Tricky - "I will try almost anything to get more of those dog biscuits."
Trooper - "I patrol my yard 24 hours a day - 7 days a week."
Tuxedo - "I'm black and white and formal all over."
Urchin - A term for a naughty little child.
Vagabond - "I'm not the most responsible dog in the world."
Valiant - A prince of an animal who will dazzle you with his courage.
Vandal - Your sofa is never safe w/ this dog around.
Warlock - This boy dog cast a spell over you.
Warrior - "I'm a fierce defender of my turf."
Whiskers - A good name for any bearded breed of dog.
Whiskey - This boy dog is best in small doses.
Whistler - "I'm the best bird-huntin' dog you've ever seen."
Wicked - This dog takes pleasure in being bad.
Winter - A fantastic name for a long-haired dog that is most at home in the cold weather.
Wisdom - "My judgment is impeccable - for a puppy."
Wizard - "I'm an expert at making table scraps disappear."
Yoda - A little dog with bulging eyes, like a Pekingese.
Zebra - A good pet name for your black and white boy dog.

 

GIRLS NAMES

Ariel - She'd like to be, under the sea. A great name for any water-loving girl dog.
Aurora - The proper name of Sleeping Beauty.
Bambi - The long, lean, sporty dog who has a stump for a tail.
Beauty - This dog appeals to all beasts.
Belle - Beauty's real name in Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
Bo Peep - The little shepherd girl in Disney's Toy Story. A fantastic name for any shepherd breed of dog.
Briar Rose
- Sleeping Beauty's name while she hid out in the woods.
Bianca - The beautiful female mouse in Disney's The Rescuers.
Cinderella - "Someday, my prince will come... to take me away from all this domesticated drudgery."
Cleo - The beautiful goldfish in Disney's Pinocchio.
Cruela - The evil character in Disney's 101 Dalmatians.
Daisy - The object of Donald Duck's affection.
Fantasia - "I'm the fulfillment of all your pet fantasies."
Fauna - One of the good fairies in Disney's Sleeping Beauty.
Flit - The hummingbird character in Disney's Pocahontas.
Flora - One of the good fairies in Disney's Sleeping Beauty.
Flower - The skunk character in Disney's Bambi.
Jasmine - The beautiful princess in Disney's Aladdin.
Joanna - The snake character in Disney's The Rescuers.
Kiara - A lioness in Disney's The Lion King.
Lady - "Disney made a movie in my honor."
Maleficent - The evil witch in Disney's Sleeping Beauty.
Maid Marian - The lady fox in Disney's Robin Hood.
Medusa - The mean lady character in Disney's The Rescuers.
Merryweather - One of the good fairies in Disney's Sleeping Beauty.
Minnie - The object of Mickey Mouse's affection.
Nakoma - An indian girl in Disney's Pocahontas.
Penny - The little girl character in Disney's The Rescuers.
PepperAnn - The title character of a popular Disney television show.
Perdita - The Mommy Dalmatian in Disney's 101 Dalmatians.
Perla - The lady mouse in Disney's Cinderella.
Piglet - The perfect name for a dog that resembles a baby pig.
Pocahontas - The famous indian princess and title character of a Disney movie.
Queen - Snow White's evil stepmother.
Snow White - This pet name would fit a dark-haired beauty very well.
Tiger Lily - The indian chief's daughter in Disney's Peter Pan.
Tinkerbell - This girl dog name would fit a very small breed of dog perfectly.
Wendy - The female lead in Disney's Peter Pan.

 

 

GERMAN, NORDIC, RUSSIAN NAMES FOR GIRLS

Adelaide or Della - German - One with noble qualities. This girl dog always holds her head high.
Adolpha - German - The female form of Adolf, which means a noble wolf. She reminds you of her wild cousins.
Alice - German - One with noble qualities.
Aline - Russian - The shining one. This girl dog stands out in a pack.
Alisha - German - Someone having excellent qualities. This pure-bred dog is flawless.
Amelia - German - One who is industrious. This girl dog is always busy.
Astrid - Scandinavian - Power from God. A super guard dog name.
Babushka - Russian - Grandmother.
Bertha - German - Bright and strong.
Bolshoi - A famous Russian ballet company. An appropriate name for your graceful, ballerina-dog.

Christiane - German - A Christian.
Elsa - German - Princess. You treat this girl dog like royalty.
Emily - German - A hard worker. This dog earns her keep.
Emma - German - One who cares.
Etta - German - Small. A great name for any small breed of dog.
Felda - German - Of the fields. A good name for any sporting breed of dog.
Frederica - German - Queen. A good name for the dog that comes from champion blood lines.
Frieda - German - The dove. This girl dog brings peace.

Gerda - Nordic - A guardian. A great name for any guard dog.
Gretchen - German - A pearl.
Hedda - German - Division.
Heidi - "I'm the real Swiss Miss."
Helga - German - A person of God.
Hilda - German - Warrior maiden. This girl dog enjoys a good battle.
Ida - German - Hard working. This guard dog earns her keep.
Imelda - German - A fierce fighter. This dog will protect you no matter what.
Inga - "I come from the land of the ice and snow."
Ingrid - Scandinavian - A child of the hero.
Irma - German - A princess. This girl dog demands the royal treatment.
Karelia - A republic located in northwestern Russia, east of Finland.
Kirsten - Scandinavian - A Christian.
Koruna - Czechoslovakian monetary unit.
Krona - Swedish monetary unit.
Kulak - A prosperous Russian farmer who opposed Soviet plans for the redistribution of lands. An appropriate dog name for your Siberian Husky.
Lala - Slavic - A tulip.
Lorelai - A high cliff on the Rhine where, according to German legend, a wicked nymph lures ships to wreck with her singing.
Louise - German - Battle maid. This girl dog doesn't mind a fightMagda - A short, stocky dog.
Mallory - German - Wise in battle.
Marelda - German - Great warrior.
Mercedes - "I ooze luxury."
Millicent or Millie - German - Hard worker. This guard dog earns her dog biscuits.
Nadia - Slavic - Full of hope. This dog will lift your spirits every day.
Nastassia - Russian - Birthday.
Neda - Slavic - Born on Sunday.
Nissa - Scandinavian - A happy little girl.
Olga - Russian - Of God.
Radinka - Slavic - A girl who is full of energy and contentment. A wonderful name for your hyper-active dog.
Radmilla - Slavic - A worker for the people's interests.
Rolanda - German - From the great land.
Russia - The largest country in the world. Your Siberian Husky would greatly appreciate this name.
Sonja - Scandinavian - A wise counselor.
Tania - Russian - Queen of the fairies. A great name for any toy breed of dog.
Thora - A feminine form of Thor (the Norse god of thunder). Your very large and powerful dog would appreciate this name.
Troika - Russian - A group of three.
Uda - German - An extremely wealthy person. This dog always has a bone to spare.
Ulra - German - A female wolf. This dog greatly resembles her wild cousins.
Ulrica - German - A person who rules over all. A great name for your German breed of guard dog.
Ural - A mountain chain in western Russia. Your Siberian Husky dog would absolutely love this name.
Uta - German - A rich person.
Vala - German - The one that is chosen over all. You picked this dog out of a big litter.
Valda - German - One who governs or rules.
Valeska - Slavic - A glorious ruler.
Volga - A river in Russia that flows into the Caspian Sea.
Walda - German - A famous ruler. This German Shepherd dog is master of the backyard.
Wanda - German - A person who wanders. This girl dog just doesn't recognize her boundaries.
Wilda - German - An untamed person. A great name for the dog that is hard to train.
Wilhelmina or Willa - German - The diligent guardian. A fantastic name for your Rottweiller or German shepherd.
Winifred - German - A peaceful friend. This dog doesn't want any part of a dog-fight.
Winola - German - A very gracious and charming friend.
Zora - Slavic - An aurora or dawn. This dog brightens up any room that she enters.

MYTHOLOGICAL AND LITERATURE NAMES FOR GIRLS

Agatha - "I'm a real page turner." This girl dog has a certain air of mystery.
Alice - "Things keep getting 'curioser' and 'curioser.'"
Ambrosia - Greek and Roman Mythology - The food of the gods.
Andromeda - Greek Mythology - An Ethiopian princess rescued and then married to Perseus.
Annie - Your adopted, orange-colored, orphan-girl dog.
Aphrodite - Greek Mythology - The goddess of love and beauty. She's every boy dog's object of desire.
Artemis - Greek Mythology - The goddess of the moon and hunting. A great name for the girl dog that seems to come alive at night.
Athena - Greek Mythology - Goddess of wisdom. The other dogs come to her for advice.
Aurora or Rory - Roman Mythology - Goddess of the dawn. This dog's barking begins at sunrise

Beauty - A lovely, solid-black dog.
Calliope - Greek Mythology - One of the nine Muses. She was the Muse of epic poetry.
Calypso - According to Greek mythology, Odysseus stayed on this sea nymph's island for 7 years.
Carrie - "I'm your lovably telekinetic dog."
Cassandra or Cassie - Greek Mythology - Prophetess whom noone believed.
Christine - This female dog can quickly turn evil towards any prowler.
Damsel - A very old poetic term for a maiden.
Danae - Greek Mythology - Mother of Perseus.
 

Desdemona - Othello's wife in the Shakespearean tragedy. Mad with jealousy over Desdemona, Othello kills himself. This girl dog inspires irrational devotion.
Dido - Ancient legend has her being the founder and queen of Carthage. A girl dog that carries much ambition and power.
Dionne - Greek Mythology - The mother of Aphrodite.
Drama - This dog is always on stage.
Electra - Greek Mythology - The daughter of Agamemnon. She helped avenge his death.
Elf - "I'm your little-bitty mischievous puppy."
Emma - The title of a book by the great English novelist Jane Austen.
Eos - Greek Mythology - The goddess of dawn. This dog likes to bark as soon as the roosters begin to crow.
Eurydice - Greek Mythology - The wife of Orpheus, the musician.
Europa - Greek Mythology - A Phoenician princess whom Zeus loved. She bore him 3 sons.
Evangeline - The title of a famous long-narrative poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Fairy - This little girl dog always captures your imagination.
Fauna - Roman Mythology - The goddess of fields and flocks.
Flora - Roman Mythology - The goddess of flowers.
Freya - Norse Mythology - The goddess of love.
Friday - "I'm your right-hand dog."
Genie - "Your wish is my command."
Goddess - "My charm and beauty are irresistible to ANY and ALL animals."
Gretel - The famous girl from the fairy tale. She and her brother Hansel were almost shoved in an oven by a wicked witch who lived in a house made of candy.
Hebe - Greek Mythology - The goddess of youth.
Hecuba - Greek Mythology - She was the second wife of King Priam of Troy and mother of Hector, Paris and Cassandra.
Helen - Greek Mythology - Helen of Troy was the most beautiful woman in the world. The Trojan War was started over her. You've never seen a girl dog as beautiful as she.
Hera - Greek Mythology - The wife of Zeus and queen of Heaven. This girl dog carries much power.
Iliad - The Iliad is the oldest surviving Greek work of poetry. It concerns the last year of the Trojan War.
Innin - Sumerian Mythology - The mother goddess.
Ino - Roman Mythology - The daughter of Cadmus. She leapt into the sea with her son to escape her mad husband. She and her son were then turned into divine sea creatures.
Io - Roman Mythology - She was much loved by Jupiter.
Irene - Greek Mythology - The goddess of peace. A girl dog that shys away from any fight.
Iris - Greek Mythology - She was a messenger of the gods and was represented by the rainbow. Your many-colored pet dog would apppreciate this name.
Ishtar - The chief goddess of the ancient Babylonians and Assyrians.
Isis - The chief goddess of the ancient Egyptians.
Jane - "I have no use for Tarzan anymore."
Jocasta - Roman Mythology - The mother and wife of Oedipus.
Juliet - This girl dog cannot contain her passionate nature.
Juno - Roman Mythology - The wife of Jupiter and queen of the gods.
Kairos - Roman Mythology - She was Jupiter's youngest daughter.
Kali - The Hindu goddess who both destroyed life and gave life.
Kama - The Hindu god of love. A good name for the dog that you adopt on Valentine's day.
Lachesis - Greek Mythology - One of the 3 fates. This one was believed to control the length of your life.
Latona - Roman Mythology - The mother of Apollo and Diana.
Leda - Greek Mythology - Helen of Troy's mother.
Lethe - Greek Mythology - The river that flowed through Hades. Its waters caused forgetfulness in those who drank it.
Lorelai - A high cliff on the Rhine where, according to German legend, a wicked nymph lures ships to wreck with her singing.
Louise or Louisa - She's your favorite little-woman dog.
Medea - Greek Mythology - She is the sorceress who helped Jason win the golden fleece.
Medusa - Greek Mythology - She was one of the 3 Gorgons. They were terribly ugly and had wriggling snakes for hair.
Minerva - Roman Mythology - She was Jupiter's favorite child.
Munchkin - "Follow the yellow brick road."
Naiad - Greek Mythology - The nymphs who gave birth to springs, rivers, streams and other bodies of water. Another fantastic name for your water-loving breed of dog.
Nemesis - Greek Mythology - The goddess of retribution. This girl dog never turns the other cheek.
Niobe - Greek Mythology - Queen of Thebes who was turned into a weeping stone.
Nymph - A group of nature goddesses found in rivers, streams, hills, woods, forests, etc. This pet dog absolutely loves the outdoors.
Pallas - Greek Mythology - The goddess of wisdom - Also called Athena. Other dogs turn to this girl for advice.
Pandora - Greek Mythology - She was the first mortal woman. Out of curiosity, she opened a box that unleased all the evil into the world. This girl dog sometimes acts before thinking.
Penelope - Greek Mythology - The wife of Odysseus. She was a weaver.
Pleiades - Greek Mythology - The 7 daughters of Atlas who were transformed into stars by Zeus.
Pomona - Roman Mythology - The goddess of fruit-bearing trees. This girl dog is very fertile.
Rapunzel - This pet dog has the best head of hair on the block.
Raven - A solid-black dog who rather enjoys poetry.
Scarlett - The main female character in Gone With the Wind.
Selena - Greek Mythology - The goddess of the moon. This dog loves to howl at the moon.
Sheena - This pet dog is the Queen of the jungle.
Thalia - Greek Mythology - The muse of comedy. This dog delights in tickling your funny-bone.
Thora - A feminine form of Thor (the Norse god of thunder). Your very large and powerful dog would appreciate this name.
Titania - The queen of fairyland in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. An excellent name for any toy-breed of dog.
Tinkerbell - Your little-bitty fairy dog.
Urania - Greek Mythology - The muse of astronomy. For the pet dog that loves to gaze at the heavens.
Valkyrie - Norse Mythology - The goddesses who hovered over battlefields. They escorted hero's souls to Valhalla.
Venus - Roman Mythology - The goddess of love and beauty. The other girl dogs turn to her for beauty tips.
Verona - An Italian city. It provides the setting for Romeo and Juliet.
Vesta - Roman Mythology - The goddess of the home. This girl dog reigns supreme.
 

SAINT NAMES FOR GIRLS

Abra - A saint of the 4th century who died when only 18 years old.
Ada - A French nun and saint of who lived in the 7th century.
Adelaide - A saint who lived in the 10th century. She is noted for her missionary work to the Slavs.
Agatha - The patron saint of nurses. For the girl dog that belongs to a nurse.
Albina - A little christian girl who was martyred in Rome in 250 A.D.
Agnes - The patron saint of girls.
Anastasia - The patron saint of weavers.
Anna - The 89 year old prophetess who prophecied Jesus Christ's mission when he was presented in the temple.

Anne - The patron saint of home-makers.
Antonina - A 4th century Christian woman tortured and martyred by the Romans.
Apollonia - The patron saint of dentists. For the girl dog that belongs to a dentist.
Aurea - A Spanish saint of the 9th century who was beheaded for her faith.
Barbara - The patron saint of architects. For the girl dog that belongs to an architect.
Bega - An Irish saint who lived during the 7th century. She was noted for her tireless aid to the poor.
Bernadette - The famous saint associated with the healing waters of Lourdes, France.
 

Bertha - A French saint who lived during the 8th century. She was a female hermit later in life.
Bridget - A Swedish saint who lived in the 15th century.
Brigid - The patron saint of students.
Caesaria - A nun who lived during the 6th century. She is noted for her care of the sick and children. For the dog that belongs to a pediatrician.
Candida - An early Christian tortured and martyred by the Romans.
Catherine - The patron saint of art. For the girl dog that belongs to an artist.
Cecilia - The patron saint of musicians and poets.
Christina - A Belgian saint who lived during the 12th Century. She could soar through the air and perform other miraculous feats.
Clare - The patron saint of television. This girl dog loves to watch television.
Colette - A French saint who lived during the 15th century. She was known for her great sanctity and visions.
Columba - A Spanish saint of the 9th century who was beheaded for her faith.
Crispina - An African saint who lived during the 4th century. She was a married mother who was beheaded for her faith.
Dionysia - A saint who was burned at the stake, along with her young son and other family members. This occurred in the late 400's A.D.
Dominica - A saint who was beheaded during the reign of the Roman emperor Diocletian.
Dorothy - The patron saint of gardeners. This girl dog enjoys helping you out in the garden.
Dymphna - A 7th century Irish Christian who was beheaded.
Edith - A 10th century English nun and abbess.
Elizabeth - The mother of John the Baptist.
Encratis - A 4th century Spanish saint who was tortured for her faith, but managed to survive. This girl dog has had a lot of close calls with death.
Eugenia - A 3rd century saint who was martyred in Rome.
Fabiola - A 4th century lady who built the first Christian hospital in the West.
Faith - A 3rd century French saint who was tortured and executed on a hot brazier for her Christian faith.
Fausta - A 4th century little girl who was martyred for her Christian faith.
Felicity - The patron saint of barren women.
Flora - A 9th century Spanish Christian who was beheaded for her faith.
Galla - A 6th century Roman widow who was known for her care of the sick and the poor.
Gemma - An Italian saint who lived during the 15th century.
Genevieve - The patron saint of Paris.
Gertrude - The patron saint of the West Indies.
Hedwig - The patron saint of Silesia.
Hilda - A 7th century English abbess.
Ita - An Irish saint who lived in the 6th century.
Joan - Joan of Arc is a Christian saint and martyr. She led the French army to victories over the English.
Joanna - A woman who aided Jesus and His 12 apostles.
Julia - The patron saint of Corsica.
Justa - A 3rd century Spanish lady who was tortured to death for her Christian faith.
Lelia - An Irish nun who lived in the 6th century.
Lucy - The patron saint of those with eye trouble. A good pet name for a seeing-eye-dog.
Ludmilla - The patron saint of Bohemia.
Lydia - The patron saint of dyers. A good name for the girl dog that belongs to a hairdresser.
Mafalda - A 13th century Portuguese nun.
Marcella - A 4th century Roman matron who gave all to the poor. This girl dog would give away her last dog biscuit.
Margaret - The patron saint of Scotland.
Martha - The patron saint of cooks. A good girl dog name for the canine that loves to help out in the kitchen.
Mary - The Mother of Jesus Christ.
Matrona - The patron saint of those suffering from dysentery.
Maura - A French lady who lived during the 9th century.
Meuris - A 3rd century Palestinian woman who was tortured to death for her faith.
Monica - The patron saint of married women and mothers.
Odilia - The patron saint of the blind. Another good pet name for a seeing-eye-dog.
Olga - A 10th century Russian who ruled in place of her son.
Patricia - The patron saint of Naples, Italy.
Paula - She is a 4th century Saint who is a patroness of widows. The perfect dog pet name for those pet owners who have lost their husband.
Pega - An English woman who lived in the 7th century.
Pelagia - A 15 year old of the 3rd century who was killed for her faith in Christ.
Perpetua - A 3rd century woman who was killed for her faith.
Philomena - She was a young Christian girl who was martryed in Rome.
Phoebe - A 1st century deaconess of the Church as mentioned in the New Testament.
Regina - A French woman of the 2nd century who was beheaded for her faith.
Rita - The patron saint of desperate causes.
Rosalia - The patron saint of Palermo.
Rose - The patron saint of the Americas.
Sanchia - A 13th century Portuguese nun.
Scholastica - The patron saint of convulsive children.
Seraphina - A 13th century Italian who was paralyzed at an early age.
Tatiana - A Roman who was beheaded for her faith in the 3rd century.
Teresa - The patron saint of those suffering from headaches.
Thea - A Palestinian who was burned to death for her faith in the 4th century.
Therese - Patron saint of florists.
Tigris - One of the sisters of St. Patrick.
Veronica - According to legend, she is the lady who wiped Jesus's face on his way of the cross.
Winifred - A 7th century Welsh nun.
Zita - The patron saint of servants.
 

BRITISH ISLES NAMES FOR GIRLS

Ada - English - Rich. This girl dog has chew-toys to spare.
Aidan - Irish - Small flame. This little girl dog is full of passion.
Alfreda - English - Elf counselor. A good name for any small breed of dog.
Allison - English - An honest girl. This dog cannot tell a lie.
Ashley - English - Name meaning an ash tree by a meadow.
Audrey - English - Strong and exalted.
Banshee - Irish Folklore - A woman who wailed outside a house to signal impending death. This dog can't stop howling.

Beverly - English - Beaver's meadow.
Bevin - Irish - One who is in harmony.
Blair - Irish - A dweller of the meadow.
Blythe - English - A merry and delightful one. This girl dog refuses to be sad.
Bonnie - English - Name meaning pretty. This dog always looks her best.
Brenda - Irish - Term for a baby raven. Your solid-black dog would appreciate this name.
Brianne - Irish - Courageous. A good guard dog name.
Bridget - Irish - One who is strong.
Casey - Irish - Full of courage. This girl dog will defend you at all cost.

Cassidy - Irish - Very bright and talented. This girl dog just loves to learn new tricks.
Clementine - English - Even-tempered. A great name for any non-aggressive breed of dog.
Colleen - Irish - Virgin or maiden.
Cordelia - Welsh - From the sea.
Darby - Irish - Name meaning liberty. This canine is always trying to escape.
Diana - THE Princess of princesses.
Dina - English - Of the valley.
Duchess - The spouse of a Duke. A wonderful name for your distinguished pure-bred dog.
Earlene - The feminine form of Earl, which is an English nobleman. Another great name for your distinguished pure-bred dog.
Edwina - English - A wealthy person.
Eileen - Irish - Shining.
Ella - English - Little virgin.
Elsa - English - Virgin princess.
Enid - Irish - Without flaws. A great name for any pure-bred dog.
Erin - This is another name for Ireland. A wonderful name for your Irish Setter dog.
Ethel - English - Princess. This girl dog comes from champion blood lines.
Fallon - Irish - A name meaning the ruler's grandchild.
Gilda - English - Golden haired.
Glenda - Irish - Lady of the valley. This dog doesn't care for mountains.
Godiva - The famous English noblewoman who rode naked through the streets of Coventry on her horse. This dog doesn't much care for clothes.
Guinevere - The legendary wife of King Arthur.
Hayley - English - Name for a meadow filled with hay.
Hazel - English - A small nut tree.
Henrietta  - English - The head of the household. This dog keeps your home running like clockwork.
Hertha - English - Of the earth. This girl dog just loves to dig holes.
Hibernia - An old poetic name for Ireland. Another fantastic name for your Irish setter dog.
Ida - English - An extremely prosperous person. This dog has chew-toys to spare.
Jennifer or Jenna - Jennifer is an alternate form of Guinevere (King Arthur's wife).
Keely - Irish - Lovely. You can't take your eyes off of this girl dog.
Kelly - Irish - Name for a very brave warrior. This dog would lay down her life for you.
Kenda - English - A child of the water. This dog enjoys the water like no other. A wonderful name for your Labrador retriever dog.
Kerry - Irish - A name meaning black. Your solid-black dog would love this name.
Kimberley or Kimmy - English - A royal fortress meadow.
Lark - English - A singing skylark. This dog has a nice tone to her bark.
Leslie - English - Small meadow.
Mavis - English - Full of joy. This girl dog is happy to be alive.
Meredith - Welsh - Pleasant. This girl dog is always in a good mood.
Milady - Term for a proper English lady. This dog's manners are impeccable.
Moira - Irish - Bitter.
Morgan - Welsh - Of the coast.
Nanette - English - Small dancer.
Neely - Irish - A victor.
Nera - English - Nearer. This girl dog always wants to be near you.
Oriana - Irish - The golden girl. A fantastic name for your Golden retriever dog.
Paige - Greek and English - This is a very young child. A name for the dog that you hope will never grow up.
Princess - "I demand everything I ask for, that's all."
Queen - "Every animal is my subject."
Rae - English - This is a female deer.
Roberta - English - Brilliant with fame. This dog is well-known all over the neighborhood.
Roxanne or Roxie - English - Bright shining one.
Scotia - A poetic term for Scotland. A wonderful name for your Scottish terrier dog.
Shannon - Irish - Little counselor.
Sheena - Irish - God's blessing.
Shelley - English - A person who comes from the meadow on the ledge.
Shirley - English - Someone from the bright meadow.
Tara - Irish - A term for a rocky hill.
Tyne - English - A river. A good name for any water-loving dog.
Vanora - Welsh - A white wave. A wonderful name for your solid-white dog.
Victoria - Queen Victoria was one of the greatest rulers England ever had. She ruled for 63 years and made England extremely prosperous.
Waneth - English - A person with a pale face.
Wynn - Welsh - A term meaning white. Your white-haired dog would love this name.
Yvette - English - Yew-bow.
 

NAMES WITH CHARACTER AND TRAITS FOR GIRLS

Alabaster - A great name for your solid-white girl dog.
Alley - This dog has been known to hang out between buildings looking for left-overs.
Amber - An appropriate name for your brownish-yellow colored dog.
Amity - A term that means friendly relations. You couldn't meet a nicer girl dog.
April - A good name for the girl dog born in the month of April.
Aura - This girl dog has a special quality that surrounds her.
Autumn - This pet has the colouring of turning leaves.
Bessie - Old faithful. A dog who is always there when you need her.
Billie - She's a tomboy who gets hives at the sight of a dress.
Birdie - A Labrador retriever or Irish setter dog that loves to chase birds.
Blanche - A French form of blanc, which means white. Another great name for your solid-white dog.

Blaze - "All the boy dogs think I'm hot."
Bliss - This girl dog provides you with priceless joy and happiness.
Blondie - A fantastic name for your platinum blond Maltese dog.
Blossom - This girl dog reminds you of a beautiful flower.
Blueberry - The perfect name for your Blue-Heeler dog.
Bonito - A large, fast ocean fish.
Brooke - A super name for your water-loving Labrador retriever or Spaniel dog.
Brownie - Your little girl-scout pet.
Bubbles - This dog has a real bubbly personality.

Bunny - A white pet with pink skin like a bunny rabbit.
Butterfly - "You can find me frolicking amongst the flowers and the bushes."
Callie - A dog with calico colors.
Candy - "I'm your sweet, guilty pleasure dog."
Carat - "I'm worth my weight in diamonds, well almost."
Cashmere - "You'll never find an animal with softer fur than mine."
Catsup - "My name is sometimes spelled k.e.t.c.h.u.p.". A great name for your red irish setter dog.
Cauldron - "I'm a black dog who is right at home alongside a witch and her boiling cauldron."
Caviar - A pure-bred dog that cost you plenty.
Champagne - A tiny bubble of a girl who has fancy tastes.
Charisma - "My personality demands that other dogs follow me."
Charity - "I rely on your generosity for my survival."
Charmin - "I'm a plump and soft pet. But don't squeeze too tight."
Chastity - This name means chaste or pure. A good name for the dog who gets spayed at an early age.
Cherish or Cher - You will cling to and hold this dog very near to your heart.
Cherry - "I'm your perky cheerleader dog."
Chiffon - "I love it when you put ribbons and lace in my long hair."
Chocolate - Your oh-so-sweet brown, black or white pet.
Cinnamon - This little spice packs a mighty punch.
Citrine - A beautiful yellow-colored quartz.
Clover - A super adopted pet's name. She will consider herself to have great luck.
Coffee - A brown pet who is always alert.
Confetti - "I'm always the hit of the party."
Coral - The animal who loves scuba-diving.
Cricket - This dog has long legs and loves to jump.
Crystal - You're always seeing a different facet of this striking female dog.
Cuckoo - The asylum called, they're one dog short.
Cygnet - A term for a young swan. This girl dog is extremely graceful.
Dawn - "My barking usually begins at sunrise."
Destiny - "I was meant to be your dog - and you were meant to be my master."
Diamond - "I am both tough and beautiful."
Doe - This dog is as graceful as a deer.
Domino - A really good name for a black dog with a few white markings or vice-versa.
Downy - This pet has fur so soft that it reminds you of feathers.
Dumpling - Your little dough-girl pet.
Eartha - "My biggest pleasure in life is going outside and getting close to the soil."
Ebony - This solid black girl dog is simply gorgeous.
Echo - This girl dog reminds you of a previous pet.
Elixir - She's the perfect medicine for the blues.
Elsa - "I'm sometimes mistaken for the famous lioness."
Emerald - The name for a dog with beautiful, emerald-green eyes.
Eternity - "Can I be your pet forever?"
Facet - "Every side of me is simply beautiful."
Faith - "I'm a dog who will never let you down."
Fancy - This dog is a future best-of-show. She has all the bells and whistles.
Favor - You love this girl dog more than your other pets.
Fawn - This little girl resembles a baby deer.
Fetish - "I inspire irrational devotion."
Flicker - "I dance about like a flame."
Flipper - "I empathize with my fellow mammals."
Fluffy - "I was one of the original power-puff girls."
Fortuna - You lucked-out when you found this treasure of a dog.
Foxy - This sly female dog knows how to turn heads.
Freckles - A light-colored pet with freckles on her skin or coat.
Fuchsia - A reddish/purple color.
Gabby - "I absolutely love to bark."
Gale - "I'm capable of strong gusts of speed."
Galena - The chief mineral which makes up lead. A super name for any gray-colored dog.
Galley - "My all-time favorite room is the kitchen!"
Gallium - A soft, bluish-white or silver-white metal found all through the earth's crust.
Galoshes - "I have large paws that resemble galoshes."
Garbo - Greta Garbo is one of the most famous actresses in movie history. A great name for your drama-queen pet.
Garnet - An appropriate name for a red dog whose coloring resembles this gemstone.
Gazelle - "I have large, brown eyes and long, unbelievably graceful legs."
Gilda - This is a term which means coated in gold. A great name for your blonde-haired dog.
Ginger - A wonderful name for your reddish-brown dog such as a Cocker-Spaniel or Irish Setter.
Glitter - "I'm the brilliant star of this household."
Goldie - Formally she is Goldilocks, but around the house you can call her Goldie.
Gracie - This dog has beauty, charm and wonderful manners.
Gremlin - "I'm soft, cuddly and cute - until you add waterHalley - "I enjoy howling at the night sky."
Halloween - "I'm a black dog who just loves to play trick-or-treat."
Harlequin - A wonderful name for your many-colored comical pet.
Harley - This rough and tough dog would be right at home hanging out with a motorcycle gang.
Harmony - Everything about this girl dog is in just the right proportion.
Harvest - "I'm a good farm-hand dog."
Haven - "My favorite place-of-safety is in your arms."
Hazel - She has beautiful brown eyes with a touch of green.
Henna - An outstanding name for a reddish-brown dog such as an Irish Setter or Cocker Spaniel.
Hershey - She's a sweet-natured, dark-haired pet.
Hocus - "I'm a black dog who just loves to cast spells."
Honey - "I'm golden-blonde and naturally-sweet.
Hope - "Depression doesn't stand a chance with me around."
Icicle - "I much prefer cold weather over hot weather."
Icky - "Baths make me feel yucky."
Illusion - "I'm capable of unbelievable dog tricks."
Impala - A good name for a reddish-brown dog with long legs and great leaping abilities.
Indigo - This would be a super name for your Blue Heeler dog.
Infinity - "I have an endless amount of beauty."
Inky - A wonderful name for your solid-black dog.
Intuit - "I sometimes understand without you having to say a word."
Ivory - A wonderful name for your solid-white dog.
Java - This girl dog is always there to perk you up.
Jewel - "I'm a beautiful addition to any setting."
Jinx - This girl dog certainly cast a spell on you.
Joy - "I'll turn that frown upside down."
Jubilee - "With me around, every day is a day of rejoicing."
Justine - "I fight for the rights of oppressed dogs everywhere."
Karma - You feel like powerful forces aligned to bring you and your pet together.
Kerry - Irish - A name meaning black. Your solid-black dog would love this name.
Khaki - A really good name for the pet with dull, yellowish-brown colors.
Kismet - "Fate brought me and my master together."
Kudos - "I deserve much praise for guarding the house."
Kumquat - A little orange fruit that grows on a tree of the same name. A superb name for your little orange doggie.
Lacey - "I look adorable in ribbons and lace."
Lambkin - The dog that reminds you of a little lamb.
Lanolin - "I'm the perfect ointment for your everyday problems."
Larva - "I seem to undergo a metamorphosis every day."
Lava - "I'm the color of melted volcanic rock."
Leona - The female version of Leo the zodiacal lion. Another great name for the dog that resembles a lion, such as a Chow.
Liberty - "I prefer to come and go as I please."
Licorice - The chewy candy that you either love or hate.
Mahogany - A reddish-brown colored wood.
Maize - The color of ripe, yellow corn.
Mango - "I'm a yellow or red puppy who is sweet and spicy."
Marina - "I like to hang out at the dock and eat up any leftover bait."
Marla - "You probably can't afford me."
Marmalade - "I'm an orange dog who couldn't be any sweeter."
Meadow - A term for a piece of grassland near a stream. This dog just adores rolling around in the grass.
Midnight - This girl pet is as dark as the midnight sky.
Mimi - "I just love to scream. I can't help it."
Misty - "The early morning is my favorite time of day."
Nacre - Another word for mother-of-pearl.
Nana - A dog that reminds you of your dear granny.
Nanny - This dog is a mother to all - no matter the species.
Natal - "I sometimes act like I was born yesterday."
Neva - The Spanish term for snow, which would fit your solid white pet very nicely.
Noelle - "Every day is Christmas to me."
Nova - This is a star that suddenly becomes brighter and brighter. A good name for the girl dog who gets smarter with each passing day.
Nugget - Another great name for your golden-haired dog.
Nuzzle - "I just love to rub my nose against yours."
Oatmeal - The dog that is gray and kind of lumpy.
Obsession - A pet that is constantly on your mind.
Ochre - A pale, brownish-yellow color.
Olive - A possible name for your black dog who resembles a ripe olive.
Opal - A fantastic name for your milky-hued breed of dog.
Opera - "I'm a dramatic puppy who just loves to sing."
Oreo - A great name for your black and white Dalmatian dog.
Paddy - "I walk carefully on the pads of my feet."
Pajamas - "Some people think I'm wearing pajamas... my coat is so beautiful."
Pallid - An appropriate name for your solid-white dog.
Pamper - "You can't help yourself, you've just gotta pamper me."
Pantry - "I'm mesmerized by canned goods."
Papaya - A tropical melon-like fruit that is yellowish-orange.
Passion - "I do everything with the utmost enthusiasm."
Pastel - A good name for the pet who's colors consist of soft shades.
Peaches - "I'm a sweet and fuzzy girl dog."
Pearl - This pearly white girl is a rare jewel.
Peek-a-boo - "I seem to be just around every corner."
Piper - "You can pay me now or pay me later."
Pixie - An ittie-bittie yorkie or peek-a-poo dog.
Prudence - "I manage my dog biscuits wisely."
Quartz - A semi-precious stone which is found in both transparent and colored forms.
Ragdoll - This little puppy resembles a rag doll.
Raindrop - Your solid gray dog who resembles a rain cloud.
Rapunzel - This pet has the best head of hair on the block.
Raven - A black pet who rather enjoys poetry.
Relic - A puppy that might remind you of one of your former pets.
Remora - An ocean fish which uses a sucker to attach itself to a larger fish. It rides along eating whatever is left over from the larger fish.
Rhapsody - "I'm a pure delight to have around the house."
Ribbons - "My fur coat is exceedingly fancy."
Ritzy - A glamorous dog who demands to be boarded at only the finest kennels in the world.
Ruby - A wonderful name for your Irish-Setter dog.
Rumor - You sometimes can't believe this pet is for real.
Sable - "My coat is pure luxury."
Saffron - Expensive, orange-yellow colored spice. A wonderful name for your orange puppy dog.
Sage - Latin - Wise. Other animals come to her for advice.
Sapphire - Has very deep-blue eyes. Appropriate for your Siberian Husky dog.
Sashay - "I take my time going from point A to point B."
Satin - "My coat is very glossy and smooth."
Season - "Its always the right time for me."
Sepia - A very fitting name for your reddish-brown dog.
Sequin - A spangle used to decorate dresses, purses, scarves and other items.
Shasta - "I'm beautiful, but a volcano rages inside me."
Siren - "I'm irresistible to all male dogs."
Snickers - The dog that really satisfies her master.
Sofie - A name meaning wisdom. Other animals value this pet's advice.
Sonya - A name meaning One that has much wisdom. This dog's every action is carefully measured.
Spirit - "I'm happy to be your mascot."
Spot - "My master's creativity is sometimes questioned by others."
Spring - A great name for a dog that loves the water or one that is born during this season.
Starla - This dog is at her best when the sun goes down.
Starlet - "I'm an up-and-coming star."
Stormy - This dog can be ferocious at times.
Sugar - "Life ain't so bland with me around."
Summer - "I'm at my best when the days are longest."
Sunny - This animal will make you happy when skies are gray.
Swan - The most graceful dog in the world.
Sybil - "Please excuse my multiple personalities."
Tabby - A good name for the dog with a brindle coat.
Taboo - "I sometimes do things puppy's should never do."
Taffy - "Happiness is a good chew-toy."
Tangerine - Your reddish-orange dog would fit this name to a tee.
Tapestry - "My coat is a rich variety of patterns and colors."
Tapioca - This dog has a coat as smooth as pudding.
Tassel - "I love playing with any hanging strings I can find."
Tawny - This name means brownish-yellow or tan. Your blonde-haired dog would adore this name.
Thimble - A really good name for a dog belonging to a seamstress or tailor.
Thistle - "My nails can be mighty prickly at times."
Tiara - A great name for your best-of-breed canine.
Tigress - "Some people say that I resemble a tiger."
Tinsel - A pet that arrives during the holidays.
Topaz - A beautiful yellow-colored quartz.
Trapeze - "I'm the most acrobatic doggie you'll ever see."
Treble - "I will always be a smart and loyal dog."
Tuesday - A good name for the dog that you adopt on a Tuesday.
Turquoise - This dog has gorgeous blue-green eyes.
Tweety - Your little dog might remind you of this cartoon character bird.
Umber - A brown or reddish-brown colored dog.
Vanity - "Who's the fairest puppy of them all? I am!"
Vanora - Welsh - A white wave. A wonderful name for your solid-white dog.
Velvet - "Elvis would have killed to know me."
Virago - A woman with an argumentative, disagreeable nature.
Virgo - The sixth sign of the zodiac. Represents a virgin. Yet another great name for your spayed dog.
Vista - "I can see for miles and miles with these eyes."
Vixen - This animal kind of favors a reindeer. Also has a naughty streak.
Welkin - An old term for the sky. This girl dog loves the outdoors.
Whimsy - "There's no accounting for my ideas."
Whisper - "I have the softest voice of any dog you've ever heard."
Wildfire - "Once I start barking, I'm hard to stop."
Willow - She is long, graceful, and limber.
Witch - An excellent name for your black dog.
Wren - The name for a pet with a great singing voice.
Xanthe - Greek - Means yellow or blonde colored. A wonderful name for your collie dog.