Top 100 Female Dog Names

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Before bringing a new furry member into your family, there are several things you need to prepare adequately.

As you puppy-proof your home and shop for various dog accessories such as food bowls, comfy beds, crates, puppy foods, and many more, you also need to think of your dog’s name.

Since there are tons of popular girl dog names to choose from, it may be difficult to narrow down to one unique moniker that captures your good girl’s personality and charm.

This is why we made a comprehensive list of the top 100 female dog names for every good girl out there, grouped in various sections.

The Most Popular Female Dog Names

The following are some of the most popular female dog names that you can choose for your lovely princess:

1.    Bella

2.    Daisy

3.    Jackie

4.    Jolene

5.    Kaia

6.    Lady

7.    Lola

8.    Luna

9.    Maggie

10.    Molly

11.    Nala

12.    Riley

13.    Rosie

14.    Willow

15. Zoe

Top Cute Female Dog Names

Everyone knows how cute female pups can be, so why not pick an inspiration from the names below to exemplify your dog’s nice looks?

1.    Audrey

2.    Bam-Bam

3.    Buffy

4.    Buttercup

5.    Buttons

6.    Cassie

7.    Clover

8.    Eevee

9.    Kiki

10.    Queenie

11.    Taffy

12.    Teddy

13.    Tillie

14.    Yuki

15. Zuzu

Top Food-themed Female Dog Names

Food-inspired monikers for dogs are very popular among many pet parents because they sound cute and unique.

The following is our list of the top food names for female dogs that will make you giggle every time you call them:

1.    Apple

2.    Bean

3.    Brownie

4.    Candy

5.    Canela

6.    Cupcake

7.    Curry

8.    Oreo

9.    Pancake

10.    Pita

11.    Plum

12.    Popcorn

13.    Roux

14.    Sushi

15. Waffle

Top Unique Female Dog Names

Stand out from the crowd with one of these unique and meaningful doggy names for your one-of-a-kind little princess.

1.    Annie

2.    Bea

3.    Cali

4.    Cara

5.    Darla

6.    Dixie

7.    Gidget

8.    Iris

9.    Ivy

10.    Juliette

11.    Kloe

12.    Kola

13.    Margie

14.    Marlo

15.    Pixel

16.    Taya

17.    Tess

18.    Xena

19.    Zara

20. Zelda

Top TV-themed Female Dog Names

If you’re a movie lover, you’ll probably love to pay homage to your favorite shows by naming your little princess after film stars who played iconic roles.

1.    Archie (Riverdale)

2.    Arwen (The Lord of the Rings)

3.    Arya (Game of Thrones)

4.    Bridget (Bridget Jones’s Diary)

5.    Britta (Community)

6.    Diana (Wonder Woman)

7.    Edna (The Incredibles)

8.    Elle (Legally Blonde)

9.    Elsa (Frozen)

10.    Finn (Glee)

11.    Ginny (Harry Potter)

12.    Gracie (Miss Congeniality)

13.    Holly (Breakfast at Tiffany’s)

14.    Marnie (Girls)

15.    Milo (Gossip Girl)

16.    Raya (Raya and the Last Dragon)

17.    Rose (Titanic)

18.    Scooby (Scooby Doo)

19.    Thelma (Thelma and Louise)

20. Toto (The Wizard of Oz)

Top 100 Female Dog Names
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Top Funny/Cheeky Female Dog Names

Showcase the playful spirit and antics of your little princess with any of the following funny names

1.    Cha-cha

2.    Chewy

3.    Eloise

4.    Foxy

5.    Junie

6.    Lyle

7.    Nyla

8.    Ollie

9.    Polly

10.    Raya

11.    Sasha

12.    Sushi

13.    Tinkerbell

14.    Tootsie

15. Vera Fang

RELATED: Top 100 Male dog names


In addition to sounding feminine and floral, our list of the top 100 female dog names is curated with both popular and unique names for every female pup.

When choosing the right name for your dog, Dr. Patricia McConnell, an animal behaviorist, recommends going for names with two syllables.

We also suggest that you avoid names that rhyme with the names of other family members, for example, naming your dog ‘Ranney’ while your daughter’s name is ‘Annie’.

This will confuse the dog since they won’t know when and how to respond to either of the rhyming names.

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Justus Mogusu

Justus is the lead author at Furs'n'Paws. He is not only a passionate animal lover but also an experienced pet writer and editor with several years of expertise in the field. With a keen understanding of animal behavior and a talent for interpreting the puzzling body movements of pets, he has developed a deep passion for sharing his insights and experience with his readers. Justus is experienced in researching and reviewing pet products, and putting together product reviews and buying guides. He is dedicated to helping pet owners provide the best for their furry companions. His wealth of knowledge and love for animals make him a trusted resource in the pet community.

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