Your definition of cool really depends on your interests and personality. Naming your pet is the first step toward bonding. Don’t pick a name because someone else thinks it’s cool. Choose a name that suits both your dog’s personality and yours.
Your dog is your best friend and you will call your dog an average of 25,000 times during his life. Imagine giving your dog the wrong name!
Another fact is that many dog owners would like to change their dog’s name after a few months. Why stress the dog with a new name when you can get it right from the start?
Below are some great dog name suggestions. But before we start, here are some more tips. Don’t use dog names that sound similar to very common words and commands like ‘go, stay, sit, eat, come, run’, etc. The biggest mistake owners make is giving the dog a cure name that fits while the dog is young and still a puppy, but it sounds stupid to an adult dog.
Another not-so-great idea is to name the dog after people you know. They may not be very happy with it. Here are some suggestions on how you can find a good name for your dog:
If you like sports:
Name your dog after your favorite team or the city he plays in.
“Dolphin” is only great if your dog likes to swim. “Miami” is a great name.
Name them after your favorite sports personality. Your last name or nickname is usually a better option. This, of course, depends on its name.
The sport itself, difficult to translate into a great name. Here are a couple:
If you like mythology:
Hercules – for the tough dog
Persephone – ideal for a dog mom
Athena – for the tough bitch
Zeus – the “king”
Apollo: especially good for fair-haired dogs
Helena – Beautiful woman
Pandora – Curious woman, maybe she is always getting into “situations”
Achilles – warrior dog
Ulysses – the “traveling dog”
Diana (Roman) Selene (Greek) – She may like to howl at the moon
Thor- For the “protector”
Aphrodite, loving woman
Shiva – The Multifaceted Woman
Kali- Destructive female
Artemis- Bitch. Protector of women.
Hades – “tough” man
Poseidon- male water dog
Chaos – Self explanatory
Ramses – “king”
Osiris: “king” or possibly a dog that was about to die and live.
If you like music:
Beethoven: it may be overused
If you like classic books / literature:
Think of your favorite authors and characters. Here are some ideas:
Moby: ideal for large dogs
Gatsby: hunting dogs, beagles, all kinds of hunting dogs …
Mariner: fits especially well if your dog likes water
If you like art:
Other interests to choose from:
Role playing games
Of course, these lists are partial. There are so many great ideas for cool names! You are sure to find a good name for your dog if you think about a topic and explore it further.