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1,000 Puppy Names for Boys

Congratulations!  You’ve made the decision to bring home a brand new little pupper and now you are looking for the perfect boy name.  Finding a name that is just right for your little fur ball is no small task.  Whichever name you choose, it’ll be how you address your little pupper for years to come.  It’s also how friends, neighbors, and strangers alike will greet your new furry friend.

Hands down choosing a name is one large responsibility.  No worries, though.  In this post you’ll discover exactly 1000 charming puppy names just waiting for a perfect match.  From popular and funny to retro, creative, old fashioned, and beyond, you need look no further for a perfect male puppy name.

Before we dive into the names, let’s first talk about the naming process.  That is, things to consider when choosing a name.

Things to Avoid When Choosing Dog Names for Boys

  1. Avoid choosing a name that rhymes with someone in your family. For example, if you have a sister named Emma, then don’t start calling your puppy Ezra.  Puppies are smart and will soon learn their names.  However, it’s hard for a furry canine to distinguish between words that rhyme.  So to avoid doggy confusion, stay away from names which rhyme with household names and words.
  2. Avoid choosing a name that rhymes with a command.  Similar to the previous point, avoid names that rhyme with commands such as sit, stay, fetch, and down.  Because Bit rhymes with sit and Bay rhymes with stay, these are examples of what to avoid.  This way your puppy won’t be confusing his name with common commands.
  3. Avoid choosing a name that is age sensitive.  Sure, your puppy may be tiny and adorable on his first day home.  However, unless you purchased a teeny tiny dog breed, your little boy puppy will soon be growing and maturing into a much larger canine buddy.  For this reason, avoid calling your boy puppy names such as Tiny, Midget, and Bambi.  While the name is fitting for small little puppies, it could get awkward once your puppy reaches adulthood.

Things to Consider When Choosing Dog Names for Boys

  1. Pick one or two syllable names.  This isn’t a hard set rule.  If from childhood you’ve been dreaming of naming a little puppy Alexander or Zephaniah, your puppy won’t hate you for it.  Still, by choosing a one or two syllable name, it will be easier for your puppy to learn and remember his name.  (Bonus: If you must choose a long and elaborate boy puppy name, you could always consider shortening it to a fun sounding nickname.)
  2. Choose a name with hard consonants.  While vowels are certainly needed, look for a name that uses hard consonants.  Again, it’ll simply be easier for your pooch to understand.
  3. Practice speaking the name.  Practice calling the name from different corners of your home; try the backdoor, your living room, and from inside your bedroom.  Is the name easy to pronounce?  Do you enjoy how it sounds when you speak it?  Practice speaking the name before making a final decision.  This way you can be confident in how it sounds and feels on your tongue.
  4. Determine what matters most to you.  Some folks have their name selected weeks before their puppy ever comes home.  Others prefer to meet their puppy first before choosing a name.  Wherever you fall between the two camps, decide what matters most to you.  Do you prefer to choose a name first?  Or do you prefer to find your perfect little pup and then choose a name based on your puppy’s personality?  For example, if your puppy loves being the center of attention you might consider King as an ideal puppy name.  Or if your puppy is fond of lots of affection, why not name him Cuddles or Kisses?
  5. Pick a name the whole family likes.  No doubt this is easier said than done.  To get started, compile a list of all your favorite boy names for dogs.  Next, discuss the names with your family and remove your least favorite names.  Do this several times until you are down to a single doggy name.Top 100 puppy names for boys infographic

Look for Inspiration

To get your mind rolling on potential name options, consider revisiting your childhood years.  Perhaps the name of your home street or favorite cartoon character would be a perfect match for your four legged friend.  Alternatively you could name your pupper after a best friend, your favorite teacher, a classic book series (consider Peter Rabbit to the rescue!), or your very own hometown.

If travel is your thing, you could always name your little boy pup after a favorite destination.  Perhaps it’s a place that holds special memories for you, a place you wish to visit, or a treasured vacation getaway.

Perhaps you are quick to notice appearance.  If so, you might give your puppy a name based on his appearance. If he’s brown, what about calling him coffee, cocoa, brownie, or chocolate?  Sporting a white coat instead?  Then what about names like snowflake, snow white, and sugar?  Plus, look for any special markings on your puppy.  If only the paws are one color, perhaps Socks would be a fitting name.  Be alert to any spots or color combinations that might further inspire a name.

While many folks are giving there puppies human names, this isn’t always the case.  Non-human names can also make for stellar puppy titles. If you are a foodie, boy names include Ginger, Olive, Basil, Coco, and Maple.  If you are a frequent traveler, consider giving your little pup a name after an international city.  Sydney, Florence, Bali, Rio, and Cleveland are all solid puppy names.  Or if you simply enjoy the outdoors, names like Lily, Clover, Daisy, and Spearmint may be your perfect match.  Oh, and for the avid sports fan, you can seldom go wrong when naming your puppy after a favorite sports team.

Now that your mind is rolling, here are 1,000 puppy names for boys.  Scroll slow, think big, and cheers to finding the perfect puppy name!

100 Popular Puppy Names for Boys

From hip and trendy to old time favorites, these names are where it’s at when you are looking to give your fur-ball a name that will stick.

  1. Ace
  2. Aero
  3. Alden
  4. Alford
  5. Alistar
  6. Andre
  7. Andy
  8. Arnold
  9. Axel
  10. Bailey
  11. Barkley
  12. Baron
  13. Barton
  14. Baxter
  15. Bear
  16. Bennett
  17. Benson
  18. Blake
  19. Bradley
  20. Brady
  21. Bronson
  22. Bruce
  23. Buddy
  24. Cadence
  25. Captain
  26. Carter
  27. Casper
  28. Cedric
  29. Champ
  30. Chase
  31. Chief
  32. Clark
  33. Clyde
  34. Colby
  35. Cosmo
  36. Damien
  37. Davis
  38. Dexter
  39. Diego
  40. Diesel
  41. Donovan
  42. Drew
  43. Duke
  44. Emmet
  45. Ernest
  46. Everett
  47. Felix
  48. Fido
  49. Forrest
  50. George
  51. Gizmo
  52. Griffin
  53. Harvey
  54. Hudson
  55. Ivan
  56. Jack
  57. Jackson
  58. Judge
  59. Kent
  60. King
  61. Kobe
  62. Lars
  63. Leo
  64. Liam
  65. Luther
  66. Marley
  67. Marco
  68. Mason
  69. Max
  70. Miles
  71. Oliver
  72. Oscar
  73. Otis
  74. Owen
  75. Pablos
  76. Piper
  77. Quincy
  78. Quinton
  79. Ralph
  80. Reese
  81. Rex
  82. Riley
  83. Rockwell
  84. Rufus
  85. Sarge
  86. Samson
  87. Scout
  88. Sebastian
  89. Sparky
  90. Spot
  91. Stuart
  92. Taco
  93. Tesla
  94. Tobias
  95. Victor
  96. Wade
  97. Wally
  98. Wilbur
  99. Wyatt
  100. Zane

100 Old Fashioned Male Puppy Names

Pug dog and suitcase on the train tracks

 

Think old fashioned and say hello to the good old days.  Here are 100 names that, regardless the year, simply refuse to retire.

  1. Abe
  2. Albert
  3. Alvin
  4. Archibald
  5. Archie
  6. Ashby
  7. Barton
  8. Benji
  9. Benny
  10. Bernard
  11. Bradford
  12. Braxton
  13. Brock
  14. Bronson
  15. Byron
  16. Cadence
  17. Carlton
  18. Carter
  19. Charlie
  20. Clark
  21. Colin
  22. Crawford
  23. Darius
  24. Davy
  25. Dixon
  26. Donnie
  27. Easton
  28. Edger
  29. Edison
  30. Edmund
  31. Edwin
  32. Eliot
  33. Elmer
  34. Emory
  35. Eugene
  36. Ezra
  37. Felix
  38. Fenton
  39. Floyd
  40. Foster
  41. Gilbert
  42. Graham
  43. Hamilton
  44. Harrison
  45. Henry
  46. Hilton
  47. Ike
  48. Irving
  49. Jacob
  50. John
  51. Kendrick
  52. Lance
  53. Lemuel
  54. Leo
  55. Leroy
  56. Lincoln
  57. Luther
  58. Malcolm
  59. Maverick
  60. Maximilian
  61. McKinley
  62. Milburn
  63. Milton
  64. Morton
  65. Murphy
  66. Napoleon
  67. Norris
  68. Orson
  69. Oscar
  70. Otto
  71. Park
  72. Parley
  73. Percival
  74. Philip
  75. Porter
  76. Quincy
  77. Ralph
  78. Randall
  79. Reed
  80. Reuben
  81. Robert
  82. Rudolph
  83. Rupert
  84. Saul
  85. Sheldon
  86. Sherman
  87. Silas
  88. Spot
  89. Stuart
  90. Teddy
  91. Thornton
  92. Tobias
  93. Toby
  94. Tyler
  95. Vernon
  96. Victor
  97. Walter
  98. Warren
  99. William
  100. Winston

100 Top Dog Names for Males

 

Undecided between old-time classics and beautifully modern?  Following is a list of absolute top dog names as presented by AKC.  So whether you are hoping for something original or a title that has been around the block, chances are high you’ll find a favorite here.

 

  1. Ace
  2. Apollo
  3. Bailey
  4. Bandit
  5. Baxter
  6. Bear
  7. Beau
  8. Benji
  9. Benny
  10. Bentley
  11. Blue
  12. Bo
  13. Boomer
  14. Brady
  15. Brody
  16. Bruno
  17. Brutus
  18. Bubba
  19. Buddy
  20. Buster
  21. Cash
  22. Champ
  23. Chance
  24. Charlie
  25. Chase
  26. Chester
  27. Chico
  28. Coco
  29. Cody
  30. Cooper
  31. Copper
  32. Dexter
  33. Diesel
  34. Duke
  35. Elvis
  36. Finn
  37. Frankie
  38. George
  39. Gizmo
  40. Gunner
  41. Gus
  42. Hank
  43. Harley
  44. Henry
  45. Hunter
  46. Jack
  47. Jackson
  48. Jake
  49. Jasper
  50. Jax
  51. Joey
  52. Kobe
  53. Leo
  54. Loki
  55. Louie
  56. Lucky
  57. Luke
  58. Mac
  59. Marley
  60. Max
  61. Mickey
  62. Milo
  63. Moose
  64. Murphy
  65. Oliver
  66. Ollie
  67. Oreo
  68. Oscar
  69. Otis
  70. Peanut
  71. Prince
  72. Rex
  73. Riley
  74. Rocco
  75. Rocky
  76. Romeo
  77. Roscoe
  78. Rudy
  79. Rufus
  80. Rusty
  81. Sam
  82. Sammy
  83. Samson
  84. Scooter
  85. Scout
  86. Shadow
  87. Simba
  88. Sparky
  89. Spike
  90. Tank
  91. Teddy
  92. Thor
  93. Toby
  94. Tucker
  95. Tyson
  96. Vader
  97. Winston
  98. Yoda
  99. Zeus
  100. Ziggy

100 Unique Male Puppy Names

Looking for a name that will stand out when you’re at the dog park?  Following is a list of 100 unique male puppy names that not only sound charming but will also be easy for your pup to recognize.

  1. Ace
  2. Admiral
  3. Aero
  4. Aiden
  5. Aldo
  6. Alfred
  7. Altius
  8. Anders
  9. Apache
  10. Archer
  11. Armor
  12. Aslan
  13. Atikus
  14. Atlantis
  15. Axle
  16. Aztech
  17. Antonio
  18. Bach
  19. Barry
  20. Beau
  21. Blitz
  22. Bolt
  23. Bourbon
  24. Bruno
  25. Brute
  26. Benz
  27. Burton
  28. Carmel
  29. Cascade
  30. Chaplin
  31. Colt
  32. Damdon
  33. Draco
  34. Dirk
  35. Echo
  36. Einstein
  37. Emmett
  38. Ernest
  39. Everett
  40. Ford
  41. Fortress
  42. Flame
  43. Garber
  44. Grit
  45. Gunner
  46. Hancock
  47. Harrison
  48. Hartford
  49. Hawkeye
  50. Hummer
  51. Jasper
  52. Jax
  53. Jester
  54. Jake
  55. Jiffy
  56. Judge
  57. Kai
  58. Keaton
  59. Laddie
  60. Lancelot
  61. Malakai
  62. Maverick
  63. Merlin
  64. Moki
  65. Navajo
  66. Octavious
  67. Oliver
  68. Ollie
  69. Opus
  70. Ozzi
  71. Pandora
  72. Peyton
  73. Prince
  74. Quatro
  75. Reagan
  76. Ramzi
  77. Ranger
  78. Rocco
  79. Royce
  80. Salem
  81. Sudoku
  82. Timber
  83. Thomas
  84. Thor
  85. Tito
  86. Tornado
  87. Valentino
  88. Vertigo
  89. Victory
  90. Vince
  91. Wallace
  92. Wally
  93. Warner
  94. Wiley
  95. Winchester
  96. Wrangler
  97. Yale
  98. Ziggy
  99. Zing
  100. Zuzu

 

100 Travel Inspired Dog Names for Boys

Male Dog in frond of SUV ready to travel

 

Struck with wonder-lust?  Then choose a dog who likes to explore and give him a name inspired straight from travel.  Whether it’s a name after your favorite destination, an item you always have with you when on the go, or a mode of transportation, the options are many when choosing a puppy name inspired by travel.  So go ahead and have fun browsing the following list to get your mind turning.

  1. Andes
  2. Aragon
  3. Arthur
  4. Asia
  5. Aspen
  6. Athens
  7. Atlas
  8. Barkley
  9. Belize
  10. Blazer
  11. Bolivia
  12. Bowen
  13. Brantley
  14. Bumper
  15. Camden
  16. Caption
  17. Carlton
  18. Carolina
  19. Chad
  20. Clayton
  21. Compass
  22. Conductor
  23. Constance
  24. Cruise
  25. Cyprus
  26. Czech
  27. Dakota
  28. Dash
  29. Diego
  30. Dijon
  31. Douglas
  32. Driver
  33. Duncan
  34. Dutch
  35. Easton
  36. Edward
  37. Everest
  38. Fez
  39. Flyer
  40. Fiji
  41. Franklin
  42. George
  43. Gruber
  44. Hamilton
  45. Hari
  46. Harper
  47. Hunter
  48. Israel
  49. Java
  50. Jericho
  51. Jersey
  52. Jordan
  53. Kasai
  54. Kent
  55. Kobe
  56. Lewis
  57. Lexington
  58. London
  59. Luna
  60. Mali
  61. Metro
  62. Miles
  63. Milford
  64. Mission
  65. Misty
  66. Montana
  67. Morocco
  68. Motor
  69. Ontario
  70. Paris
  71. Ranger
  72. Rambles
  73. Rider
  74. Rig
  75. Roads
  76. Rocky
  77. Roller
  78. Rome
  79. Romy
  80. Rover
  81. Rupa
  82. Sajo
  83. Sanford
  84. Scout
  85. Sierra
  86. Skipper
  87. Speedy
  88. Station
  89. Tahoe
  90. Tex
  91. Trip
  92. Trotter
  93. Tunnel
  94. Quest
  95. Waco
  96. Watson
  97. Wheeler
  98. Yeti
  99. Yukon
  100. Zulu

100 Male Puppy Names after Cities

A male black dog with a city as the backdrop.

 

Perhaps it is your favorite vacation place or a land brimming with happy childhood memories.  Either way, why not name your puppy after that favorite destination city?  From Paris to Atlanta to Bronx and beyond, here are 100 city names just waiting to be paired with charming little boy pups.

  1. Angelo
  2. Antigua
  3. Ash (think Ashville)
  4. Atlanta
  5. Athens
  6. Austin
  7. Barcelona
  8. Beijing
  9. Berlin
  10. Boston
  11. Brisbane
  12. Bronx
  13. Brooklyn
  14. Brussels
  15. Cairo
  16. Caramel
  17. Carson
  18. Camden
  19. Cancun
  20. Cincinnati
  21. Chandler
  22. Charleston
  23. Chicago
  24. Cody
  25. Columbus
  26. Dakar
  27. Dallas
  28. Dayton
  29. D.C.
  30. Denver
  31. Derby
  32. Diego
  33. Dubai
  34. Dublin
  35. Francisco
  36. Fresno
  37. Granada
  38. Halifax
  39. Houston
  40. Jackson (or Jack for short)
  41. Jakarta
  42. Jose
  43. Kiev
  44. Leon
  45. Lincoln
  46. Lisbon
  47. Logan
  48. London
  49. Los Angeles (or Angeles for short)
  50. Louis (think Louisville)
  51. Madrid
  52. Madison
  53. Manila
  54. Melbourne
  55. Memphis
  56. Miami
  57. Milan
  58. Mombasa
  59. Monaco
  60. Monroe
  61. Montreal
  62. Moscow
  63. Munich
  64. Nashville
  65. Newark
  66. Omaha
  67. Orlando
  68. Oslo
  69. Ottawa
  70. Paris
  71. Panama
  72. Perth
  73. Phoenix
  74. Portland
  75. Puebla
  76. Raleigh
  77. Rio
  78. San Francisco
  79. Seattle
  80. Seoul
  81. Stockton
  82. Sydney
  83. Tampa
  84. Tasmania
  85. Tijuana
  86. Tokyo
  87. Toledo
  88. Toronto
  89. Trenton
  90. Tulsa
  91. Vancouver
  92. Venice
  93. Vienna
  94. Washington
  95. Wichita
  96. Winnipeg
  97. Winston
  98. Wyatt
  99. York
  100. Zurich

100 Country Dog Names for Males

black and white collie dog with two boys in the country

 

Got a chill dog who enjoys taking life in stride?  Southern draw meets dapper pups in this list of 100 doggy names.  Inspired by country music, locations, movies, characters, and good home town cooking, here are 100 country dog names for your dapper boy pup.

  1. Alabama
  2. Alton
  3. Angus
  4. Arlen
  5. Atkins
  6. Atlanta
  7. Augusta
  8. Austin
  9. Avery
  10. Bacon
  11. Bandit
  12. Banjo
  13. Barrett
  14. Barton
  15. BB
  16. Beau
  17. Bennet
  18. Benny
  19. Billy
  20. Biscuit
  21. Blake
  22. Blaze
  23. Bo Duke
  24. Booker
  25. Bourbon
  26. Boyd
  27. Branson
  28. Brock
  29. Bubba
  30. Bud
  31. Buddy
  32. Bullet
  33. Butch
  34. Butter
  35. Buck
  36. Carolina
  37. Carter
  38. Casey
  39. Cash (think Johnny Cash!)
  40. Chase
  41. Clayton
  42. Cole
  43. Colonel
  44. Colt
  45. Copper
  46. Cowboy
  47. Delta
  48. Dixie
  49. Dumplin
  50. Georgia
  51. Duke
  52. Eli
  53. Grady
  54. Grayson
  55. Graze
  56. Grits
  57. Grover
  58. Gumbo
  59. Gunner
  60. Hank
  61. Hardy
  62. Harper
  63. Houston
  64. Huckleberry
  65. Hunter
  66. Jack
  67. Jasper
  68. Jeb
  69. Jed
  70. Jefferson
  71. Jennings
  72. Jethro
  73. Johnny
  74. Kenny
  75. Knox
  76. Lee
  77. Louisiana
  78. Maverick
  79.  McGraw
  80. Memphis
  81. Nashville
  82. Opry
  83. Paisley
  84. Parker
  85. Rogers
  86. Roper
  87. Rufus
  88. Sawyer
  89. Scout
  90. Tennessee
  91. Trace
  92. Trapper
  93. Twain
  94. Tulsa
  95. Underwood
  96. Vernon
  97. Vince
  98. Willie
  99. Wyatt
  100. Yeller

100 Nature Inspired Dog Names for Boys

Man with dog in backpack walking towards mountain

 

If you and your pooch enjoy hikes through nature and outdoor adventures, this list is for you.  These 100 names are inspired by either real things in nature or from outdoor gear.  Now you can find the perfect match for your nature loving puppy.

  1. Alfalfa
  2. Aspen
  3. Aster
  4. Autumn
  5. Barley
  6. Basil
  7. Baxter
  8. Bean
  9. Berry
  10. Birch
  11. Blossom
  12. Boots
  13. Brook
  14. Buttercup
  15. Butternut
  16. Canyon
  17. Cascade
  18. Cedar
  19. Cherry
  20. Chili
  21. Cinnamon
  22. Clay
  23. Cliff
  24. Clover
  25. Cole
  26. Compass
  27. Copper
  28. Cricket
  29. Cypress
  30. Dusty
  31. Ebony
  32. Echo
  33. Fig
  34. Fjord
  35. Flint
  36. Forest
  37. Foxy
  38. Ginger
  39. Goji
  40. Grove
  41. Gypsy
  42. Huckleberry
  43. Jasper
  44. Jet
  45. Jordan
  46. Journey
  47. Jupiter
  48. Juniper
  49. Kai
  50. Kalani
  51. Kyle
  52. Lark
  53. Laurel
  54. Maple
  55. Mercury
  56. Midnight
  57. Nalgene
  58. North
  59. Nutmeg
  60. Oakley
  61. Opal
  62. Orion
  63. Pack
  64. Peanut
  65. Pepper
  66. Phoenix
  67. Pluto
  68. Poppy
  69. Pumpkin
  70. Reed
  71. Ridge
  72. Rio
  73. Rocky
  74. Shadow
  75. Skylar
  76. Smokey
  77. Springer
  78. Spruce
  79. Star
  80. Storm
  81. Stormy
  82. Summer
  83. Simmit
  84. Sunny
  85. Sweetpea
  86. Talus
  87. Tansy
  88. Thunder
  89. Timberline
  90. Topaz
  91. Trail
  92. Treck
  93. Venus
  94. Wasabi
  95. West
  96. Willow
  97. Wind
  98. Wool
  99. Zeva
  100. Zofie

100 One Syllable Male Puppy Names

Why only one syllable?  They are short, easy to remember, and even easier to say.  Here are 100 one syllable boy puppy names.

  1. Abe
  2. Ace
  3. Bach
  4. Badge
  5. Bart
  6. Bay
  7. Bear
  8. Beau
  9. Benz
  10. Bert
  11. Blaine
  12. Blake
  13. Blaze
  14. Bly
  15. Bo
  16. Bolt
  17. Boo
  18. Boss
  19. Brad
  20. Brock
  21. Bronx
  22. Bruce
  23. Bryce
  24. Bud
  25. Carl
  26. Champ
  27. Chance
  28. Charm
  29. Chase
  30. Chaz
  31. Chet
  32. Chief
  33. Chip
  34. Chuck
  35. Clark
  36. Clem
  37. Clint
  38. Clyde
  39. Craig
  40. Creed
  41. Cruise
  42. Dale
  43. Dash
  44. Dex
  45. Dirk
  46. Drew
  47. Dusk
  48. Fizz
  49. Ford
  50. Frank
  51. Fred
  52. Free
  53. Frost
  54. Gabe
  55. Geoff
  56. Graham
  57. Grant
  58. Greg
  59. Gus
  60. Hans
  61. Hoyt
  62. Huck
  63. Hulk
  64. Ian
  65. Jace
  66. Jax
  67. Jazz
  68. Jude
  69. Keith
  70. Kirk
  71. Klause
  72. Lars
  73. Lex
  74. Mac
  75. Moe
  76. Nash
  77. Neil
  78. Pax
  79. Puff
  80. Quinn
  81. Raj
  82. Reece
  83. Rex
  84. Scott
  85. Serge
  86. Sid
  87. Star
  88. Thane
  89. Thor
  90. Trey
  91. Troy
  92. Ty
  93. Tyke
  94. Vance
  95. Yule
  96. Zack
  97. Zane
  98. Zeb
  99. Zeke
  100. Zoe

50 Retro Puppy Names for Boys

Black and white photo of a man holding a dog.

The sixties are back!  Old fashioned, unique, and perhaps a little bit classic, here are fifty boy puppy names straight out of the twentieth century.  There’s Clyde and George and Jenkins and Zeke.  Who knows but you might even find your great uncle’s name in this list of retro male names.

  1. Angus
  2. Alfred
  3. Archie
  4. Arthur
  5. Bailey
  6. Biff
  7. Carl
  8. Charles
  9. Chester
  10. Churchill
  11. Clark
  12. Clyde
  13. Duke
  14. Einstein
  15. Frank
  16. Gatsby
  17. George
  18. Gomer
  19. Hamlet
  20. Harold
  21. Henry
  22. Horace
  23. Izzy
  24. Jake
  25. Jesse
  26. Jenkins
  27. Lennon
  28. Lester
  29. Levi
  30. Lincoln
  31. Mel
  32. Milo
  33. Norman
  34. Owen
  35. Raymond
  36. Richard
  37. Samson
  38. Shane
  39. Silas
  40. Simon
  41. Sinatra
  42. Stewart
  43. Tarzan
  44. Tex
  45. Toby
  46. Ulysses
  47. Wilbur
  48. Wilson
  49. Winston
  50. Zeke

50 Funny Dog Names

Hands down here are fifty of the funniest puppy dog names.  Inspired by puns, celebrities, favorite animals, and snacks for the foodies, get ready for a few grins while browsing this list.

  1. Bacon
  2. Bear
  3. Beaver
  4. Bison
  5. Bucky
  6. Burger
  7. Chocolate Chip
  8. Coyote
  9. Doe
  10. Dollar
  11. Doodle
  12. Deer
  13. Eggroll
  14. Elf
  15. Elmo
  16. Frog
  17. Gecko
  18. Goose
  19. Grizzly
  20. Horse
  21. Jackal
  22. Jellybean
  23. Kitty
  24. Lion
  25. Lynx
  26. Meatball
  27. Milkshake
  28. Nacho
  29. Noodles
  30. Salsa
  31. Sherlock Bones
  32. Pancakes
  33. Paw-casso
  34. Pee-wee
  35. Putt-putt
  36. Puppaccino
  37. Rabbit
  38. Reeses Puppycups
  39. Santa Paws
  40. Sprite
  41. Tater
  42. Tiger
  43. T-Rex
  44. Ukelele
  45. Waffles
  46. Winnie the Poodle
  47. Wolf
  48. Woodcock
  49. Woofer
  50. Yen

And that’s a wrap! All 1,000 puppy names from popular and adventurous to retro and old fashioned and everything in between.  Write down your favorite names, discuss your favorites with the family, cross out your least favorite names, and ta-da!  You’ve got a winning puppy name.

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