Tough Dog Names – Amazing Ideas For Badass Pupsters

Tough Dog Names – Amazing Ideas For Badassed Puppy Dogs

There are many reasons why one might want to name their puppy or adult dog something that would make them stand out from other dogs. Some people may wish to show off their own personality traits, while others just like the idea of having a unique name for themselves. Whatever the reason, there are plenty of ideas for naming your pup or adult dog.

The following list contains some of the most creative and interesting dog names out there. There are several different types of names, which will suit any type of dog. You could even use a combination of these names if you have multiple breeds.

1) ROTTEN: A name that describes a person who is very rough around the edges, but still has a sense of honor and respect towards others.

2) BASTARD: A name that describes someone who is violent and unpredictable.

3) DOGGIE: A name that describes a dog with a mean streak.

It’s usually used to refer to the dog’s behavior towards its owner or another animal. (e.g., “That dog won’t stop barking at me!”)

4) TOUGH GUY: A name that describes someone who is tough, determined, and resourceful.

5) LIONHEART: A name that describes someone who is a brave warrior.

It can also refer to someone who is loyal and just.

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6) ROGUE: A name that describes someone who wanders from place to place without any ties or roots.

7) DOG-EAT-DOG: A name that describes someone who has a relentless nature and will do whatever it takes to get ahead.

8) TENDERFOOT: A name that describes someone who is new to a place or situation and is inexperienced.

9) INNOCENT: A name that describes someone who hasn’t gotten involved in some scheme or isn’t aware of some wrongdoing.

(e.g., “That poor dog looks so innocent lying there with it’s stomach cut open” or “My son is such an innocent, he actually believes Santa Clause is real”.)

10) THUG: A name that describes a violent criminal. (e.g., “He threatened to break my legs if I didn’t hand over my wallet!”)

11) PUP: A cute and cuddly nickname for your dog. This is the perfect name to use when your pup is just out of reach. (e.g., “Come here, Pup!”)

12) HUNTER: A name that describes someone who goes out and does what needs to be done, usually in a diligent manner. (e.g., “He is a great hunter, he always gets his man.”)

13) TRACKER: A name that describes someone who can follow clues and finds things that others may have lost or overlooked. (e.g. “He tracked down the burglar and found out it was his next door neighbor all along!”)

14) WOLF: A name that describes someone who is a fearless leader. It can also refer to someone who works well in a group, for the good of the team. (e.g., “After the attack, our fearless leader led us to safety”.)

15) ROTTWEILER: A name that describes someone who is aggressive and mean. (e.g., “If you step to close to him, he’ll rip your head off!”)

16) BULLDOG: A name that describes someone who has a tenacity for sticking with something and seeing it through, come what may. (e.g., “He’s determined to pass this test, come hell or high water.”)

17) BEAR: A name that describes someone who is dependable and hard-working. (e.g. “If it wasn’t for him, we would have failed our project”.)

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18) GOLDEN RETRIEVER: A great name to use when your dog loves everyone. (e.g. “Stop licking me!”)

19) RAPTOR: A name that describes someone who is cunning, smart, and elusive. (e.g. “Get away from the edge, you’ll fall off! No, not you, you’re a raptor!”)

20) RED DOG: A name that describes someone who is a ruthless and cold-blooded killer. (e.g. “He won’t stop, he’ll hunt you down until you’re dead!”)

21) OLD YELLER: A name that describes someone who is always letting out ear-piercing shrieks. (e.g. “Shut up, Old Yeller!”)

22) HOUND DOG: A name that describes someone who is always baying at the moon. (e.g. “He’s always complaining about something.”)

23) GREYHOUND: A name that describes someone who is fast and nimble. (e.g. “He can run faster than a speeding bullet.” or “He’s as nimble as a cat.”

24) WATER DOG: A name that describes someone who is always near water. (e.g. “He’s gone for a swim yet again.” or “He’s playing in the puddles on the street.”)

25) FLYING DOG: A name that describes someone who is as friendly as a Flying Dog. (e.g. “The Flying Dogs are man’s best friend!”)

26) BLACK SHEPHERD DOG: A name that describes someone who is a trustworthy and loyal friend. (e.g. “I can count on him any time!”)

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27) DOBERMAN: A name that describes someone who is always alert and aware of his surroundings. (e.g. “He’s got his eyes everywhere, so he knows what’s going on” or “He’s suspicious of everyone, and it pays off for him most of the time.”

28) FLUFFY: A name that describes someone who is friendly and really likes to snuggle. (e.g. “We should all go and cuddle with him”.)

29) DOG: A name that describes someone who is a normal…dog person (e.g. “I guess he’s OK.”).

30) PUPPY: A great name to use on someone who is always getting into trouble. (e.g. “Stop playing with your food and eat it!”)

31) BABY DOG: A name that describes someone who is really young (e.g. “He’s only 5 years old!”)

32) DOGGY: A name that describes someone who is a complete animal lover. (e.g. “He likes playing with his pet more than anything else.” or “He loves animals, especially his dog.”)

33) DOG EATER: A name that describes someone who is always eating (e.g. “He’s always eating something!”)

34) PUP: A name that describes someone who is a little young and new to this. (e.g. “He doesn’t really know what he’s doing yet.” or “He’s still learning the ropes around here.”

35) SNIFFY: A name that describes someone who is always smelling things. (e.g. “I bet he’ll find that smell.” or “He can sniff out anything!”

Sources & references used in this article:

Pit Bulls for Dummies by DC Coile – 2001 – books.google.com

Extreme mean: Ending cyberabuse at work, school, and home by P Todd – 2014 – books.google.com

What wildness is this: women write about the Southwest by SW Albert – 2007 – books.google.com