Top 10 Female and Male Dog Names

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You just adopted a bundle of fur and joy, but now what do you name it? Before you can play fetch or teach new tricks, you need a name that will define your new pet. Is your dog tough like a Rocky or sweet and cuddly like a Teddy? Remember you will be using the name multiple times a day, or perhaps multiple times a minute for the rebellious ones.

A helpful tip is to use a one or two syllable name, so it will be easier for your dog to learn. Other than that, it’s totally up to you!

If you are looking for help here are the 10 female and male names leading the pack.

You may know a person with these names as well. 28% of dog names in America are human names, according to Rover.

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Top 10 Female Dog Names

1. Bella
2. Lucy
3. Daisy
4. Lola
5. Luna
6. Molly
7. Sadie
8. Sophie
9. Bailey
10. Maggie

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Top 10 Male Dog Names

1. Max
2. Charlie
3. Buddy
4. Cooper
5. Jack
6. Rocky
7. Bear
8. Duke
9. Toby
10. Tucker

Some dogs need a more unique name. For instance Benedict, for the breakfast companion, or Gypsy, for the world traveler. If you are looking for an original name, check out Unique Dog Names or Rover. Unique Dog Names is a website devoted to helping you find a custom name that fits your new dog. Rover is the largest network of pet sitters and dog walkers.

53% of dog owners turn to TV, movie, or book characters to choose a new pet’s name. Will you?

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Andrea Powell is an animal enthusiast who lives in West Michigan. Her horse and 3 dogs are her children. She loves to write and share her knowledge of equine and canine nutrition. In her spare time she likes to volunteer with animal rescues, camp with her husband and dogs, and trail ride with her horse.