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1,000 Puppy Names for Girls

Your puppy’s name. It’s how you’ll address your puppy in public. It’s also what friends, family, and strangers alike will call your charming fur-ball.
You’ll use the name during training sessions, favorite outings, and when just hanging around home.

Choosing the perfect puppy name is no small feat. Should you choose the name based on meaning or simply by how it sounds? Perhaps the number of syllables should be considered, or what letter the name begins with.

In today’s blog post, we’ll share top tips on what to consider when choosing a name for your little girl dog. In addition, you’ll discover 1000 puppy names to get your mind rolling.

How to Choose Puppy Names for Girls

  • Choose a name with hard consonants. Think Ginger in place of Aria. It’ll be easy to remember, plus your pup will be quick to recognize it.
  • Choose one or two syllables. By keeping your dog’s name to just a few syllables, it will be easier for your puppy to recognize and remember her name. Plus, you’ll be using the name a lot so something that flows easily and quickly off your tongue is preferred. Imagine training your dog and always calling out Eleonora or Antoinette. Not only are these names harder for your pup to distinguish, they are also more cumbersome on the tongue. Eleonora could be substituted with Elly, or Antoinette replaced with Anett.
  • Avoid age sensitive names. Sure, your little girl may be arriving home as just a pup. Yet unless you’ve chosen a tiny dog breed, that little pup will not always be small. So while names such as Peewee, Bitty, Minnie, or Munchkin may seem like a perfect title for a wee little pup, consider names that will be equally appropriate when your pup reaches adult status.
  • Avoid names that sound like a command. If it rhymes with stay, sit, down, fetch, or any other command you’ll be teaching your dog, avoid it. For example, Fay rhymes with stay. Bit rhymes with sit. Brown rhymes with down. So to keep things clear between you and Fido, consider these names as non-options.
  • Avoid names that rhyme with family names. Like the previous point, it’s likely your fur-ball will soon be confused if her name rhymes with or sounds similar to your sister’s name. Look for a unique female dog name that won’t be easily confused with household names and words.
  • Practice saying the name. It’s likely you will be using your dog’s name a lot. Before settling on a specific name, practice repeating it around your home. Call it out from the back door. Pretend your talking to your puppy. Let the name roll from your tongue. Make sure the name is easy to say and rolls quickly from your tongue.
  • Compile a list of favorite names. No need to stress out over finding a single name all in one sitting. Start a running list of names you like. Perhaps you hear a name at the grocery store or you find a favorite name online. Great. Add it to your list of favorites. After you’ve compiled a small collection of names, go back over just your list and start pruning. If you’re making the decision as a family, discuss together which names to keep and which names to remove from the list. Do this in several different sittings until eventually you are down to just one name.

Spark Your Imagination

When choosing a name for your puppy, there’s a plethora of triggers to spark your imagination.

While you may prefer to choose a name before ever meeting your puppy, you might also wait to select a name until after your pup arrives home. Whether you are purchasing a puppy in Los Angeles or adopting a puppy in Indiana, by first spending time with your puppy, you can choose a name based on your dog’s personality.

For example, if your puppy enjoys the center of attention, you might name her Diva. Or if your puppy is all about hugs and kisses and lots of affection, perhaps Cuddles would serve her well. If your dog adores running, Lightning could be a perfect fit.

 

Browse top girl names for your dog or puppy.

 

If you are feeling nostalgic, consider naming your puppy something from your childhood. Perhaps it’s the street name where you grew up or your favorite cartoon character. Or you might find name inspiration from your childhood best friend, a favorite teacher from school, a celebrated book series, an author, or your own hometown.

If appearance is a big deal to you, you could always give your puppy a name based on her looks. If she is brown, you might call her Chocolate, Brownie, Coffee, or Cocoa. A white dog might enjoy names like Snow, Snowflake, Snow White, or Sugar. Markings is another thing to consider. If your dog has four white legs, Socks could fit the bill. Or if spots are a thing, Freckles could be a favorite name too.

While lots of folks give their dogs human names, this isn’t always the case. There are always food related names such as Ginger, Olive, Maple, Basil and Coconut. Or if you enjoy travel, you might draw inspiration from international cities including Sydney, Bali, Rio, Clevelend, and Florence. If you are a plant lover, perhaps names like Lily, Clover, Peanut, Daisy, or Spearmint will keep you smiling. And if sports is your jam, why not name your little pup after a favorite sports team? Whatever you choose, just be sure the name is easy and fun to say.

Choose How Many Names

People traditionally have three names: a first, middle, and last name. For your dog, the options are limitless. You might stick with a single first name, or opt for a name including one or two middle names. Is last name a big deal to you?

If you’re choosing multiple names, what about those initials? How are they looking or are they spelling anything crazy? While your dog’s peers will not be making fun of her name or initials, you’ll still want to steer clear of anything derogatory towards your pup.

And now for those lists of names. Go slow, start your own list of favorites, and enjoy finding a perfect name for your new girl dog.

100 Top Dog Names for Girls

 

Top girl puppy names infographic.

 

Following is an alphabetical list of top girl dog names as presented by AKC.  So if you are looking for a winning name that starts with a particular letter, this list is for you.

  1. Abby
  2. Allie
  3. Angel
  4. Annie
  5. Athena
  6. Baby
  7. Bailey
  8. Bella
  9. Belle
  10. Bonnie
  11. Brandy
  12. Cali
  13. Callie
  14. Casey
  15. Charlie
  16. Chloe
  17. Cleo
  18. Coco
  19. Cocoa
  20. Cookie
  21. Daisy
  22. Dakota
  23. Dixie
  24. Ella
  25. Ellie
  26. Emma
  27. Gigi
  28. Ginger
  29. Grace
  30. Gracie
  31. Hannah
  32. Harley
  33. Hazel
  34. Heidi
  35. Holly
  36. Honey
  37. Izzy
  38. Jasmine
  39. Josie
  40. Katie
  41. Kona
  42. Lacey
  43. Lady
  44. Layla
  45. Lexi
  46. Lexie
  47. Lilly
  48. Lily
  49. Lola
  50. Lucky
  51. Lucy
  52. Lulu
  53. Luna
  54. Macy
  55. Maddie
  56. Madison
  57. Maggie
  58. Marley
  59. Maya
  60. Mia
  61. Millie
  62. Mimi
  63. Minnie
  64. Missy
  65. Misty
  66. Mocha
  67. Molly
  68. Nala
  69. Nikki
  70. Olive
  71. Peanut
  72. Pebbles
  73. Penny
  74. Pepper
  75. Phoebe
  76. Piper
  77. Princess
  78. Riley
  79. Rosie
  80. Roxie
  81. Roxy
  82. Ruby
  83. Sadie
  84. Sally
  85. Sandy
  86. Sasha
  87. Sassy
  88. Scout
  89. Shadow
  90. Shelby
  91. Sierra
  92. Sophie
  93. Stella
  94. Sugar
  95. Sydney
  96. Trixie
  97. Willow
  98. Winnie
  99. Zoe
  100. Zoey

100 Popular Puppy Names for Girls

Girl dog with a popular dog name.

 

If you’re looking for a hip or cool puppy girl name, be sure to check the following list as shared on Petset.com.

  1. Bella
  2. Molly
  3. Daisy
  4. Lucy
  5. Sadie
  6. Chloe
  7. Maggie
  8. Roxy
  9. Lola
  10. Coco
  11. Sophie
  12. Lily
  13. Ginger
  14. Mia
  15. Pepper
  16. Ruby
  17. Angel
  18. Zoey
  19. Princess
  20. Cookie
  21. Stella
  22. Abby
  23. Emma
  24. Gracie
  25. Lexi
  26. Penny
  27. Missy
  28. Rosie
  29. Baby
  30. Lulu
  31. Sasha
  32. Elllie
  33. Luna
  34. Casey
  35. Mocha
  36. Heidi
  37. Cleo
  38. Belle
  39. Holly
  40. Lady
  41. Sugar
  42. Dixie
  43. Katie
  44. Layla
  45. Precious
  46. Sassy
  47. Cassie
  48. Nala
  49. Piper
  50. Annie
  51. Maya
  52. Ella
  53. Maddie
  54. Callie
  55. Honey
  56. Kona
  57. Sandy
  58. Shelby
  59. Dakota
  60. Harley
  61. Phoebe
  62. Minnie
  63. Jasmine
  64. Winnie
  65. Hazel
  66. Trixie
  67. Josie
  68. Sydney
  69. Macy
  70. Fiona
  71. Hannah
  72. Mimi
  73. Lacey
  74. Bonnie
  75. Madison
  76. Penelope
  77. Delilah
  78. Nini
  79. Gigi
  80. Sally
  81. Ava
  82. Nikki
  83. Hadley
  84. Brandy
  85. Izzy
  86. Misty
  87. Olive
  88. Pebbles
  89. Scout
  90. Annabelle
  91. Betty Boop
  92. Fifi
  93. Jenna
  94. Nana
  95. Roxanne
  96. Sapphire
  97. Skye
  98. Everest
  99. Pixie
  100. Frida

100 Puppy Girl Names After Inspirational Figures

Perhaps you are inspired by people from the past.  Whether it’s a favorite composer, respected  politician, or renown author, Barkpost.com has compiled the following dog-friendly names taken from inspirational figures.

  1. Leif Ericsbone (Leif Ericson, viking explorer)
  2. Napawleon (Napoleon Bonaparte of France)
  3. Hairy Houdini (Harry Houdini, a magician)
  4. Brutus (Roman politician)
  5. Benjiman Franklin (Benjamin Franklin, Founding Father of the U.S.)
  6. Beethoven (Ludwig van Beethoven, German composer)
  7. Casanova (Giacomo Casanova, Italian author)
  8. Chompin (Frédéric Chopin, French-Polish composer)
  9. Pawgustus (Augustus, first Roman Emperor)
  10.  Dickens (Charles Dickens, English author)
  11.  Sigmund Flead (Sigmund Frued, Austrian neurologist)
  12. Genghis (Genghis Khan, Mongolian emperor)
  13. Goliath (warrior in the Bible)
  14. Homer (Greek poet)
  15. Midas (mythical King)
  16. Plato (Greek philosopher)
  17. Winston Furchill (Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister)
  18. Sock-rates (Socrates, Greek philosopher)
  19. Solomon (a king in the Bible)
  20. Titan (in Greek mythology, they ruled the world before the Olympians)
  21. Trojan (The Trojan War in Greece)
  22. Ulassie (Ulysses, a warrior in the Trojan War)
  23. Quintus (Quintus Horatius Flaccus, a Roman poet)
  24. Voltaire (French writer and philosopher)
  25. Patton (George Patton, a U.S. General)
  26. Julius (Julius Caesar, a Roman)
  27. Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus, a Roman poet)
  28. Howlen (Helen of Troy)
  29. Gulliver (fictional book character)
  30. Excalibur (fictional sword of King Arthur)
  31. Crockett (Davey Crockett, American frontiersman)
  32. Jane Pawsten (Jane Austen, English novelist)
  33. Byron (Lord Byron, English poet)
  34. Alexandra (Alexandra Feodorovna, Russian Empress)
  35. Cleopawtra (Cleopatra, the last Pharaoh of Egypt)
  36. Delilah (character in the Bible)
  37. Guinevere (Queen of King Arthur)
  38. Pawsephone (Persephone, daughter of Zeus in Greek mythology)
  39. Hester (Hester Prynne, main character in the Scarlet Letter)
  40. Inca (ancient civilization in South America)
  41. Jezebel (princess in the Bible)
  42. Magdalena (from Mary Magdalene, of the Bible)
  43. Rover Cleveland (Grover Cleveland, U.S. President)
  44. Octavia (sister of Augustus)
  45. Aphra (Aphra Behn, first professional female writer)
  46. Woofgang (Wolfgang Mozart, an Austrian composer)
  47. Portia (character in a Shakespeare novel)
  48. Rosie (Rosie the Riveter)
  49. Shiba (queen of Shiba in the Bible)
  50. Ursa (constellation)
  51. Venus (planet and Roman goddess)
  52. Verbona (Verona, city in Italy, setting for Romeo & Juliet)
  53. Romeo Monatawoof (Romeo Monatague, a character from a Shakespeare novel)
  54. Haira (Hera, Zeus’ wife and sister in Greek mythology)
  55. Hannibal Barka (Hannibal Barca, Punic Carthaginian military commander)
  56. Salvadore Doggi (Salvador Dali, Spanish painter)
  57. Pawris (son of the King and Queen of Troy in Greece)
  58. Abel (son of Adam and Eve)
  59. Xerxes (Xerxes the Great of Persia)
  60. George Washingbone (George Washington, 1st President of the United States)
  61. Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln)
  62. Elizabeth (Queen of England)
  63. Albone Einstein (Albert Einstein)
  64. Joan of Barks (Joan of Arc)
  65. Bach (Johann Sebastian Bach, German composer)
  66. Jacques (Jacques Cousteau, French ocean explorer)
  67. Rosa Barks (Rosa Parks)
  68. Tesla (Nikola Tesla, a Serbian American inventor)
  69. Cicero (a Roman philosopher)
  70. Furley Temple (Shirley Temple)
  71. Isabella (Queen of Spain)
  72. Amelia (Amelia Earhart, American pilot)
  73. Harriet (Tubman, Beecher Stowe)
  74. Florence (Florence Nightingale, founder of modern nursing)
  75. Dogphi (Delphi, a place in Greece, where the oracle allegedly lived)
  76. Michelangelo (Italian Renaissance artist)
  77. Rafael (Italian Renaissance artist)
  78. DaVinci (Leonardo DaVinci)
  79. Donatello (Italian Renaissance artist)
  80. Hoover (J. Edgar Hoover)
  81. Attila (Attila the Hun)
  82. Dante (Italian Poet)
  83. Kerouac (Jack Kerouac)
  84. Bo (President Obama’s family dog)
  85. Beauregard (Confederate military officer)
  86. Avigdor (Biblical name)
  87. Chekhov (Anton Chekhov, Russian author)
  88. Geronimo (Apache tribe leader)
  89. Pharaoh (name for Kings of ancient Egypt)
  90. Seneca (Roman philosopher)
  91. Ajax (Greek hero)
  92. Troubadour (Performer of old lyrical poetry)
  93. Nero (Roman emperor)
  94. Imelda (Spanish saint)
  95. Wilhelmina (Netherlands Queen)
  96. Yuma (American Indian Tribe)
  97. Rococo (18th century artistic movement)
  98. Golda (Israeli politician)
  99. Guinevere (Queen consort of King Arthur)
  100. Brunhild (Royal woman of the Visigoths)

100 Unique Female Dog Names

It’s not every day you meet a Beatrice or a Thelma.  If you are looking for original and different, get your ideas flowing from this following list.

  1. Adele
  2. Arya
  3. Aspen
  4. Aurora
  5. Barbie
  6. Beatrice
  7. Beauty
  8. Becckey
  9. Brooklyn
  10. Buttercup
  11. Butterscotch
  12. Cadence
  13. Cleo
  14. Cookie
  15. Daffodil
  16. Danica
  17. Dee-Dee
  18. Dixie
  19. Dolly
  20. Dora
  21. Dove
  22. Duchess
  23. Echo
  24. Eleanor
  25. Elsa
  26. Eva
  27. Fauna
  28. Fawn
  29. Fay
  30. Firefly
  31. Flo
  32. Fluffy
  33. Foxy
  34. Francisca
  35. Freckle
  36. Gecko
  37. Geneva
  38. Goldie
  39. Governor
  40. Helen
  41. Iggy
  42. Indy
  43. Iona
  44. Jace
  45. Jane
  46. Java
  47. Jelena
  48. JoJo
  49. Josie
  50. Juliet
  51. Keats
  52. Kiki
  53. Kit
  54. Lady
  55. Lila
  56. Lolo
  57. Lorise
  58. Merkle
  59. Mia
  60. Midnight
  61. Milene
  62. Millie
  63. Minni
  64. Misty
  65. Molly
  66. Moncy
  67. Nutmeg
  68. Ophelia
  69. Panda
  70. Pearl
  71. Percy
  72. Quinn
  73. Raina
  74. Rose
  75. Ruby
  76. Sadie
  77. Sandi
  78. Sandra
  79. Sansa
  80. Sasha
  81. Serena
  82. Silky
  83. Siri
  84. Snarky
  85. Sugar
  86. Summer
  87. Sunny
  88. Sully
  89. Taco
  90. Tex
  91. Thea
  92. Thelma
  93. Tweety
  94. Verona
  95. Vida
  96. Volley
  97. Willow
  98. Zara
  99. Zaria
  100. Zeke

100 Old Fashioned Dog Names for Girls

Call them old-lady names from years gone by, these names are timeless treasures suitable for many a dog.

  1. Abigail
  2. Adelia
  3. Agnes
  4. Alice
  5. Amelia
  6. Annabell
  7. Annamae
  8. Anne
  9. Arabella
  10. Audra
  11. Ava
  12. Averill
  13. Beatrice
  14. Bella
  15. Bernadette
  16. Bertha
  17. Bernice
  18. Bessie
  19. Betty
  20. Beverly
  21. Bonnie
  22. Camille
  23. Carlotta
  24. Cassandra
  25. Cecelia
  26. Celeste
  27. Charlotte
  28. Chloe
  29. Claire
  30. Clarabelle
  31. Constance
  32. Doris
  33. Dorothea
  34. Dottie
  35. Edith
  36. Edna
  37. Elaine
  38. Eleanor
  39. Eloise
  40. Eliza
  41. Ellamae
  42. Elsie
  43. Emma
  44. Esmerelda
  45. Estelle
  46. Esther
  47. Ethel
  48. Etta
  49. Eva
  50. Evelyn
  51. Fannie
  52. Felicity
  53. Florence
  54. Frida
  55. Gemma
  56. Genevieve
  57. Georgetta
  58. Gladys
  59. Gracelyn
  60. Greta
  61. Gretchen
  62. Gwendolyn
  63. Harriet
  64. Helen
  65. Irene
  66. Iris
  67. Isabella
  68. Jacqueline
  69. Joan
  70. Joyce
  71. Judith
  72. Katherine
  73. Leona
  74. Lillian
  75. Lizette
  76. Lois
  77. Loretta
  78. Lucille
  79. Luella
  80. Mabel
  81. Margaret
  82. Marjorie
  83. Miranda
  84. Myrtle
  85. Nellie
  86. Norma
  87. Pearl
  88. Peggy
  89. Priscilla
  90. Rosalie
  91. Rosemary
  92. Sadie
  93. Shirley
  94. Theresa
  95. Velma
  96. Victoria
  97. Wanda
  98. Wilma
  99. Yvonne
  100. Zelda

 

100 One Syllable Puppy Names for Girls

Say yes to short, sweet, and simple.  Not only are one syllable names easy to say, they are also easy for a pup to understand and remember.  So cheers to names that roll right off the tongue.

  1. Anne
  2. Ash
  3. Badge
  4. Bay
  5. Beck
  6. Belle
  7. Bess
  8. Beth
  9. Bev
  10. Binx
  11. Biz
  12. Bling
  13. Bliss
  14. Blithe
  15. Blitz
  16. Blythe
  17. Brandt
  18. Bree
  19. Britt
  20. Brooke
  21. Cale
  22. Cass
  23. Cate
  24. Ceil
  25. Charm
  26. Chlo
  27. Claire
  28. Claude
  29. Dawn
  30. Deb
  31. Dee
  32. Dex
  33. Dove
  34. Drake
  35. Ellle
  36. Eve
  37. Fawn
  38. Faye
  39. Fig
  40. Fudge
  41. Gael
  42. Gem
  43. Gene
  44. Gil
  45. Grace
  46. Gwen
  47. Hope
  48. Jade
  49. Jaine
  50. Jean
  51. Jen
  52. Jess
  53. Jet
  54. Joan
  55. Joy
  56. Joyce
  57. Jules
  58. Kai
  59. Kate
  60. Kay
  61. Kim
  62. Kitt
  63. Lara
  64. Lark
  65. Liz
  66. Lynne
  67. Mae
  68. Maeve
  69. Marge
  70. May
  71. Meg
  72. Mel
  73. Mia
  74. Nan
  75. Paige
  76. Pam
  77. Pat
  78. Peace
  79. Pearl
  80. Peg
  81. Queen
  82. Quint
  83. Rae
  84. Rose
  85. Ruth
  86. Sage
  87. Saint
  88. Shae
  89. Sue
  90. Suze
  91. Swan
  92. Tess
  93. Thyme
  94. Tiff
  95. Val
  96. Vic
  97. Zack
  98. Zap
  99. Zeb
  100. Zep

100 Gender Neutral Dog Names

Want a name that could go either way?  These gender neutral dog names might just fit the bill.

  1. Alden
  2. Alfalfa
  3. Allegro
  4. Alwyn
  5. Arden
  6. Avalon
  7. Avis
  8. Baguette
  9. Bailey
  10. Baja
  11. Bali
  12. Banzai
  13. Basel
  14. Basil
  15. Bass
  16. Bayou
  17. Beamer
  18. Besnik
  19. Blaze
  20. Blitzen
  21. Boa
  22. Bongo
  23. Bonsai
  24. Cadence
  25. Calypso
  26. Camelot
  27. Caramel
  28. Cashmere
  29. Cassidy
  30. Caviar
  31. Charmer
  32. Checkers
  33. Chipper
  34. Clipper
  35. Clover
  36. Cola
  37. Dakota
  38. Dynamo
  39. Einstein
  40. Espresso
  41. Felix
  42. Fidel
  43. Freckles
  44. Frosty
  45. Fudge
  46. Gatsby
  47. Gavin
  48. Gizmo
  49. Gladstone
  50. Harper
  51. Hero
  52. Hunter
  53. Iota
  54. Java
  55. Jazzy
  56. Jesse
  57. Jet
  58. Kahlil
  59. Kobi
  60. Koda
  61. Kona
  62. Korbel
  63. Krispy
  64. Kuma
  65. Laser
  66. Lightning
  67. Link
  68. Maestro
  69. Marley
  70. Milos
  71. Minerva
  72. Morgan
  73. Munchkin
  74. Nakotah
  75. Novella
  76. Ozzie
  77. Paloma
  78. Patches
  79. Piper
  80. Puddles
  81. Ranger
  82. Ravel
  83. Regalo
  84. Rojo
  85. Rupert
  86. Scout
  87. Scuba
  88. Sheriff
  89. Skipper
  90. Snickers
  91. Snuffles
  92. Tango
  93. Taylor
  94. Taz
  95. Turbo
  96. Twerp
  97. Ufo
  98. Ushki
  99. Yamasee
  100. Zulu

100 Geography Inspired Puppy Names for Females

Find a girl name from a global list of dog names. Perhaps you’re looking to explore the world with your new four-legged friend.  Get things started on the right paw with these girl puppy names inspired by places around the globe.

  1. Abilene
  2. Adelaide
  3. Andes
  4. Aragon
  5. Arvada
  6. Asia
  7. Aspen
  8. Atlas
  9. Aussie
  10. Bailey
  11. Baja
  12. Bali
  13. Barkley
  14. Bonito
  15. Boston
  16. Brady
  17. Brantley
  18. Breton
  19. Brisbane
  20. Caddo
  21. Cali
  22. Camden
  23. Cameron
  24. Cami
  25. Carolina
  26. Catalina
  27. Charlotte
  28. Chelsea
  29. Cheyenne
  30. China
  31. Dakota
  32. Dallas
  33. Darby
  34. Delhi
  35. Diego
  36. Esla
  37. Everest
  38. Fiji
  39. Florence
  40. Frisco
  41. Geneva
  42. Gruber
  43. Harper
  44. Helena
  45. Holland
  46. Houston
  47. Indigo
  48. Isabella
  49. Java
  50. Jennings
  51. Jijia
  52. Julian
  53. Kasai
  54. Kelso
  55. Knox
  56. Kuru
  57. Laredo
  58. Lena
  59. Lima
  60. London
  61. Luna
  62. Madrid
  63. Mali
  64. Manila
  65. Mason
  66. Maya
  67. Nevada
  68. Newton
  69. Odessa
  70. Oliver
  71. Omaha
  72. Ontario
  73. Orlando
  74. Oregon
  75. Osaka
  76. Ozama
  77. Panama
  78. Paris
  79. Pearl
  80. Raleigh
  81. Rico
  82. Ruby
  83. Sanford
  84. Sedona
  85. Seneca
  86. Shawnee
  87. Sierra
  88. Tacoma
  89. Tay
  90. Tex
  91. Thai
  92. Vanda
  93. Victoria
  94. Virginia
  95. Whitley
  96. York
  97. Yula
  98. Zambi
  99. Zaria
  100. Zulia

100 Nature Themed Girl Dog Names

Girl and dog in nature trying to find a dog name.

 

Need some fresh air?  Check out these nature themed girl dog names.  From Aspen to Zinnia and everything in between, these stunning names will soon have you dreaming of the great outdoors.

  1. Aria
  2. Achely
  3. Aspen
  4. Aster
  5. Autum
  6. Aque
  7. Azalea
  8. Barley
  9. Basil
  10. Bear
  11. Birch
  12. Blizzard
  13. Brook
  14. Canyon
  15. Cedar
  16. Chestnut
  17. Clay
  18. Clover
  19. Coal
  20. Copper
  21. Colorado
  22. Cricket
  23. Cypress
  24. Dahlia
  25. Darya
  26. Denver
  27. Dove
  28. Dusk
  29. Dusty
  30. Echo
  31. Eco
  32. Elm
  33. Ember
  34. Everest
  35. Farley
  36. Fern
  37. Felding
  38. Fleur
  39. Flint
  40. Flora
  41. Forrest
  42. Goldie
  43. Grove
  44. Harmony
  45. Holly
  46. Honey
  47. Indigo
  48. Ivy
  49. Jade
  50. Jasper
  51. Jupiter
  52. Juniper
  53. Kalani
  54. Kodiak
  55. Lana
  56. Laurel
  57. Lark
  58. Luna
  59. Lupo
  60. Mammoth
  61. Mango
  62. Maple
  63. Meadow
  64. Midnight
  65. Misty
  66. Montana
  67. Nickel
  68. North
  69. Oriel
  70. Oakley
  71. Ocean
  72. Olive
  73. Orion
  74. Pluto
  75. Quest
  76. Rose
  77. Rio
  78. River
  79. Rocky
  80. Ruby
  81. Sage
  82. Sahara
  83. Sapphire
  84. Scarlet
  85. Silver
  86. Sky
  87. Stella
  88. Summer
  89. Tahoe
  90. Talia
  91. Terra
  92. Topaz
  93. Tulip
  94. Venus
  95. Violet
  96. Willow
  97. Wren
  98. Yasmine
  99. Zinnia
  100. Zola

50 Classic Dog Names for Girls

 

Girl name for your dog

 

If you are searching for a name that is safe and reliable, look no further.  The following list presents fifty classic dog names from Barkpost.com which have stood the test of time.

  1. Spot
  2. Buddy
  3. Bandit
  4. Benji
  5. Ginger
  6. Patches
  7. Fido
  8. Socks
  9. Brownie
  10. King
  11. Bella
  12. Charlie
  13. Lucy
  14. Rocky
  15. Max
  16. Lady
  17. Lassie
  18. Lucky
  19. Sparky
  20. Beauty
  21. Fluffy
  22. Daisy
  23. Sadie
  24. Princess
  25. Rex
  26. Teddy
  27. Bear
  28. Shadow
  29. Lady
  30. Missy
  31. Sasha
  32. Roxy
  33. Coco
  34. Cricket
  35. Champ
  36. Milo
  37. Rufus
  38. Scout
  39. Samson
  40. Bailey
  41. Jake
  42. Toby
  43. Duke
  44. Winston
  45. Hunter
  46. Gracie
  47. Angle
  48. Stella
  49. Honey
  50. Sugar

50 Retro Dog Names for Girls

Never mind that it’s the twenty-first century.  Names from years gone by are back in all their glory.  So whether you’re looking to honor your great aunt Bertha or you just want a cool, old name for a new dog, this list is for you.

  1. Agatha
  2. Archie
  3. Beatrice
  4. Betty
  5. Checkers
  6. Churchill
  7. Clara
  8. Clark
  9. Daisy
  10. Daphne
  11. Dolores
  12. Domino
  13. Eloise
  14. Elwood
  15. Fanny
  16. Frannie
  17. Georgia
  18. Gertrude
  19. Gwendolyn
  20. Henry
  21. Iris
  22. June
  23. Lennon
  24. Louise
  25. Lulu
  26. Lucile
  27. Mavis
  28. Mildred
  29. Mona
  30. Myrtle
  31. Norma
  32. Opal
  33. Opie
  34. Pearl
  35. Prudence
  36. Rambo
  37. Rhoda
  38. Ringo
  39. Ruby
  40. Sadie
  41. Sinatra
  42. Skipper
  43. Stewart
  44. Tarzan
  45. Tootsie
  46. Vera
  47. Violet
  48. Wanda
  49. Willa
  50. Wilson

 

It’s Up To You!

In looking ahead, real baby names are in demand for 2019. More and more, people are moving away from straight up doggy names and giving there new little pups human names.

Names such as Spot and Rover and fast being replaced with real baby names like Bella, Ally, and Beatrice.

So the choice is yours when naming your new female dog. Whether you base your choice on something girly, creative, or classic, just be sure it’s fun and easy to say. Your girl dog will thank you for it!

Once you find your perfect puppy girl name, we’d love to hear! Go ahead, give your pup some love, and introduce her in the comments below.

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