Cute Dog Names – Over 200 Adorable Names for Boy and Girl Puppies

Cute Dog Names – Over 200 Adorable Names for Boy and Girl Puppies

The world is full of adorable dogs. There are so many names out there for these furry creatures.

They range from the most common ones like Jack, Harry, Charlie, etc., to some unusual ones such as “Tiger” or “Panda.” Some of them sound very funny while others have a certain meaning.

So which one is your favorite?

Here’s a list of over 200 cute dog names for boy and girl puppies:

1. Biscuit (Briar) – Name given to a baby puppy because it resembles biscuit.

2. Catfish (Catfish) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance looks similar to that of a fish 3.

Chipper (Chippy) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles chippie 4. Ducky (Ducky) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles duck 5.

Fluffy (Fluffypony) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles fluffy 6. Gooseberry (Gooseberry) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles gooseberries 7. HotDog (Hotdog) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles hotdog 8. Lemon (Lemon) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles lemon 9. Muffin (Muffy) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles muffin 10. Olive (Olive) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles olives 11. Puffball (Puffy) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles puffy 12. Pumpkin (Pumpkin) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles pumpkin 13. Snickers (Snickers) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles snickers 14. Sunshine (Sunny) – A name given to a baby puppy because its appearance resembles sunshine 15.

Sources & references used in this article:

Cute! by B King – 2011 – books.google.com

Animals in the lives of children by J Katz – 2004 – Random House Incorporated

Cuties in japan by GF Melson, AH Fine – Handbook on animal-assisted therapy, 2015 – Elsevier