10 female dog names and their meanings
For some, naming their new pet is one of the most challenging parts of owning a pet. You realize that you and your pet are going to stick with this name for a long time, so take your time in choosing. Below is a list of 10 girl dog names along with their meanings. You just might find the perfect name for your new four-legged friend.
Meaning: strong woman
This name would be perfect for a dog known for its strength, such as a bulldog. It is one of the most popular names for female dogs.
Meaning: Playful, like a fairy.
This is a good name for a dog that is small in stature. It would be a good choice for any of the toy breeds. Some very large dog owners named their dog Pixie as a way to show his sense of humor.
Meaning: This name is the Irish version of Mary.
Because the name is decidedly Irish, it’s an obvious choice for the Irish Setter, perhaps too obvious. This name continues on the list of the best dog names for girls, and its use is certainly not limited to a certain breed.
Meaning: Lively, energetic, full of life.
This name is often given to dogs that are very playful, or disobedient, as puppies. It is a perfect name for a dog that seems to have a mind of its own.
Meaning: Gentle Counselor The name Millie, while popular for a long time, picked up speed a bit during the administration of the first President Bush. Millie was the name of his Springer Spaniel, and that dog was one of the best-known dogs that ever lived in the White House.
Meaning: helper or helper
This name is likely to increase in popularity with both pets and people, as one of the first children bears this name.
Meaning: Bringer of joy
This name seems to belong to a playful and energetic dog. Not as popular as it was during the 1950s, the name is gaining traction once again.
Meaning: The one who brings the light
Lucy has been consistently on the list of most popular dog names for 40 years. Doesn’t everyone know a dog named Lucy?
Meaning: princess, royalty
This name was once among the most popular for dogs. Oprah Winfrey helped bring this name back into the spotlight when she adopted a Cocker Spaniel and named him Sadie.
Meaning: A lovely, pleasant-smelling flower.
If you let your little girl choose the name of your dog, it is very likely that this name will come up. The reason for that, of course, would be because this is the name of a popular Disney princess.
When choosing a name for your dog, try to match the physical and personality characteristics. It’s also a good idea to keep in mind that you’ll have to spend the next 15 years yelling this name at the dog park, so choose wisely!