Gus, Watson, Zeke, Jax and Dollar make good dog names. Some more ideal names are Arrow, Rafa, Dabby, Bangle and Tails, according to DogTime.com. A few fun dog name ideas include Kada, Peanut, Haggis and Pluto.
Names for small dogs include Tiny, Minnie, Peanut, Pixie and Tinkerbell. Naming a dog can be difficult, but experts recommend choosing a name that has one or two syllables so that the dog can easily recognize its own name.
Lists for the most popular dog names typically include Bella, Max, Bailey, Fido, Rover, Bear, Shadow and Buddy and numerous others, as of 2015. The American Kennel Club noted popular trends in 2015 for dog monikers, such as Sawyer, Finn, Avery, Ivy, Aurora, and Elsa.
Female dogs often have the same names that are used for people, like Amy and Emily. Other monikers, like Lady and Lucky, are generally used only for pets. Some owners name their dogs for their appearance. Fluffy and Ruffles are examples.
Otis, Moose, Bertus, Fritz, Marlo and Shamus are the best boy dog names. Names can be chosen based on the color of his coat or to highlight a unique physical attribute.
A good name for a girl dog is a matter of opinion and sometimes depends on the breed, appearance or personality of the dog. Popular names for girl dogs are Stella, Bailey, Coco, Bella, Sophie, Katie, Zoey, Molly, Pandora and Lexi. Other popular names are Lucy, Molly, Da...
According to Dog Time, some of the most popular names for boy dogs are: Max, Bailey, Charlie, Buddy, Rocky, Jake, Jack, Toby, Cody, Buster, Duke, Cooper, Riley, Harley, Bear, Tucker, Murphy, Lucky, Oliver, Sam, Oscar, Teddy, Winston, Sammy, Rusty, Shadow, Gizmo, Bentley...