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300+ Girl Dog Names: A-Z Cute and Unique

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There’s nothing harder for a pet owner than deciding on a name for a beloved pet. And when it comes to dogs, it’s always a tough decision. There are so many names to choose from, but most of them are overly common and overused. However, for those of you who want an original and meaningful name, there are numerous sources to inspire yourself from. Be it literature or mythology, go all out and choose a name from this list!

Names of fictional dogs in prose and poetry
1. Baleia: The dog from “Vidas Secas” written by Graciliano Ramos
2. Banga: Pontius Pilate’s dog from “The Master and Margarita” by Mikhail Bulgakov
3. Belle: Sebastian’s companion in Pyrenean Mountain Dog by Cecile Aubry
4. Big Red: The main character in the novel with the same name by Jim Kjelgaard
5. Blood: The pooch from “A boy and his dog” by Harlan Ellison
6. Blue: The dog in William Faulkner’s “The sound and the fury”
7. Bugle Ann: The foxhound in MacKinlay Kantor’s “The voice of Bugle Ann”
8. Bulls-eye: Bill Sike’s dog in “Oliver Twist” by Charles Dickens
9. Cafall: King Arthur’s dog
10. Charkie: Steve and Betsy’s dog in “Curious George” by H.A.Rey and Margret Rey
11. Crab: “the sourest natured dog that lives” from Shakespeare’s “Two Gentlemen of Verona”
12. Disreputable Dog: From “Lirael and Abhorsen” by Garth Nix
13. Eos: A gorgeous white dog in “Funeral Games” by Mary Renault
14. Fang: Hagrid’s dog in the first novel from the “Harry Potter” series
15. Fluffy: The Cerberus from “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” by J.K.Rowling
16. Flush: From “Flush: A Biography” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
17. Garryowen: From Ulysses by James Joyce
18. Gaspode and Laddie: Unusually clever dog that talks and his Wonder Dog client from “Discworld” by Terry Pratchett
19. Ginger Pye: From Eleanor Estes’ “Ginger Pye”
20. Ginger: Nadia’s genius dog in “The View from Saturday” by E.L.Konigsburg
21. Gnaish: From Garry Kilworth’s “Thunder Oak”
22. Go Go Girl and Slinkster Dog: From “Weetzie Bat” by Francesca Lia Block
23. Gyp: Adam Bede’s dog in George Eliot’s novel “Adam Bede”
24. Hikaru Lola: The series protagonist in “Lola the Buhund Book One: The Empty Sky” by Elbot Carman
25. Jip: Lapdog in “David Copperfield” by Charles Dickens
26. Jip: One of Doctor Dolittle’s animal companions
27. Jump: From the novel “Page” by Tamora Pierce
28. Kambyses: Lukas Grassi’s dog form from “The Hound of Florence” by Felix Salten
29. Kashtanka: The dog from Anton Chekhov’s novel with the same name
30. Kazak: William Niles’ companion from “The Sirens of Titan” by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
31. Laska: Levin’s hunting dog from “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy
32. Lassie: The famous collie from “Lassie Come Home” by Eric Knight
33. Little Ann: From “Where the Red Fern Grows” by Wilson Rawls
34. Lorelei: The witness of his owner’s suicide from “Lorelei’s Secret” by Carolyn Parkhurst
35. Luath: From Sheila’s Burnford’s “The incredible journey”
36. Martha: The talking dog from “Martha Speaks” by Susan Meddaugh
37. McKinley: The protagonist of “The Good Dog” by Edward Irving Wortis
38. Missis, Perdita, Pongo, and other Dalmatians: The names of the dogs in “The Hundred and One Dalmatians” by Dodie Smith
39. Mo: The puppy who learns to talk from “Mo: The Talking Dog” by Michelle Booth
40. Molly: From “John Dies at the End” by David Wong
41. Montmorency: The narrator’s dog from “Three Men in a Boat” by Jerome K. Jerome
42. Mouse: Harry’s dog from “The Dresden Files” by Jim Butcher
43. Nana: The dog from “Peter Pan” by J. M. Barrie
44. Olive: From the novel “Olive, the Other Reindeer” by Vivian Walsh and J. Otto Siebold
45. Pansy: The English Mastiff from “Burke” by Andrew Vachss
46. Patrsche: From “A Dog of Flanders” by Ouida
47. Pearl the Wonder Dog: From “Spenser” by Robert Parker
48. Pepper: The English Mastiff from “The House on the Borderland” by William Hope Hodgson
49. Petula: The pug from “Molly Moon” by Georgia Byng


50. Pippin: From “Pippin and Mabel “ by K.V. Johansen
51. Poky: From “The Poky Little Puppy” by Janette Sebring Lowry
52. Pompey: From “The History of Pompey the Little” by Francis Coventry. Also known as “The Life and Adventures of a Lap-dog”
53. Ponch: From “So You Want to Be a Wizard” by Diane Duane
54. Popper: Xandra’s dog from “The Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt
55. Pugnax: Literate mutt that is the associate of the Chums of Chance from “Against the Day” by Thomas Pynchon
56. Rab: From “Rab and his Friends” by John Brown
57. Renni: A military working dog from “Renni the Rescuer” by Felix Salten
58. Ribsy: Companion of Henry Huggins from “Ribsy” by Beverly Cleary
59. Rowf and Snitter: The mongrel and Fox Terrier from “The Plague Dogs” by Richard Adams
60. Scamper: Peter and Janet’s Golden Spaniel from “The Secret Seven” by Enid Blyton
61. Searchlight: Heroic sled-dog that pulled Little Willy’s sled from “Stone Fox” by John Reynolds Gardiner
62. Shadow: The injured dog Will adopts from “The Sorcerer in the North” by John Flanagan
63. Shiloh: The Beagle saved from his abusive owner from “Shiloh” by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
64. Skylar: Based on Matt’s real dog named Skylar from “Skylar and George Washington” by Matt Burgess
65. Snowy: Tintin’s dog from “The Adventures of Tintin” by Hergé
66. Snuff: Jack the Ripper’s companion, and the narrator of the novel “A Night in the Lonesome October” by Roger Zelazny
67. Sorry O-O: From “Moomins” by Tove Jansson
68. Spark: Daily Alice’s dog from “Little, Big” by John Crowley
69. Spot: The protagonist of the novel “Spot the Dog” by Eric Hill
70. The Hound of the Baskervilles: From “Sherlock Holmes” by A.C.Doyle
71. Timmy: George Kirrin’s dog from ”The Famous Five” by Enid Blyton
72. Tock: The “Watchdog” (the name is a pun, because the dog has a large clock on his side) from ‘’The Phantom Tollbooth” by Norton Juster
73. Toto: Dorothy’s pet dog from “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum
74. What-a-Mess: Proper name Prince Amir of Kinjan but known as What-a Mess from “What-a-Mess” by Frank Muir
75. White Fang and Kiche: From the acclaimed work “White Fang” written by Jack London
76. Zar: Heroine Lara’s best friend and companion in “Lara’s Gift” by Annemarie O’Brien

Dog Names inspired by Ancient Dog Deities
77. Anubis: He was the ancient Egyptian god of mummification and of the dead, whom he protected en route to the afterlife.
78. Bau: Sumerian goddess of fertility and healing, patron deity of the ancient Babylonian city of Lagash
79. Bhairava: In Hindu lore, Bhairava, a door guardian, is a fearsome canine deity. One of the forms assumed by the god Siva, he is often portrayed as a huge black dog.
80. Fenrir: In Old Norse mythology, Fenrir is a monstrous wolf, a son of the god Loki, determined to kill the god Odin.
81. Kerberos: In ancient Greek mythology, Kerberos is a huge, three-headed hound who guards the entrance to Hades, where he prevents ghosts from sneaking out and rejoining the world of the living.
82. Kitsune: In Shinto tradition, kitsune are otherworldly foxes with supernatural powers
83. Morrigan: In Irish mythology, the Morrigan is a goddess of war and conflict.
84. Wepwawet: An ancient Egyptian war and funerary god whose name means “opener of the roads”.
85. Xolotl: The Aztec god of lightning and fire, hailed as the Lord of the West and as the evening star, tasked with overseeing sunsets and guarding the sun on its nightly transit through the underworld.
86. Zarabanda: The divine messenger of the underworld

Dog Names inspired by mythological deities from various cultures
87. Aditi: Indian deity
88. Agni: Indian deity
89. Alcyone: one of the Pleiades, daughters of Atlas and Pleione
90. Amunet : Wife of Amun, one of the creation goddesses
91. An: goddess, possibly the female principle of Anu
92. Ananta: Indian Serpent Queen
93. Andromeda: The beautiful daughter of Ethiopian King Cepheus and Queen Cassiopeia
94. Anuket: Goddess of the river Nile
95. Aphrodite: Greek Goddess of love and beauty
96. Aporia: Spirit of difficulty
97. Arah: the goddess of fate
98. Arete: The personification of “excellence of any kind” and also “moral virtue”
99. Aries: Greek God of war
100. Artemis: Greek Goddess of the hunt
101. Ashnan: goddess of grain
102. Asteria: Mother of Hecate in Greek mythology
103. Atalanta: A virgin huntress, unwilling to marry, and loved by the hero Meleager.
104. Athena: Greek Goddess of wisdom
105. Atlas: The Titan forced to carry the sky on his shoulders
106. Aura: Titan of the breeze and the fresh cool air of morning
107. Aurora: Roman Goddess of the dawn
108. Aya: a mother goddess and consort of Shamash
109. Azimua: a minor Sumerian goddess
110. Bau: dog-headed patron goddess of Lagash
111. Belet-Seri: recorder of the dead entering the underworld
112. Bhavani: Common name for Mother Goddess of India
113. Bia: Spirit of force and power
114. Boann: Irish goddess of the River Boyne
115. Brea: Irish deity of the Tuatha Dé Danann
116. Calliope: The muse who presides over eloquence and epic poetry
117. Callisto: A nymph, or the daughter of King Lycaon
118. Circe: A goddess of magic or sometimes a nymph, witch, enchantress or sorceress in Greek mythology
119. Cupid: The god of desire, erotic love, attraction and affection
120. Cura: Roman Goddess of care
121. Cybele: An Anatolian mother goddess
122. Daphne: The Nymph who Apollo pursued
123. Devi: Dearly Beloved Goddess
124. Diana: Goddess of the hunt
125. Druaga: an underworld deity
126. Durga: the Queen Mother, Warrior Goddess, rode tigers into battle defending Her children, the gods
127. Echo: A nymph who only repeated the words of others
128. Electra: The daughter of King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra, and thus princess of Argos
129. Enmesarra: an underworld deity of the law, equated with Nergal
130. Ennugi: attendant and throne-bearer of Enlil
131. Enyo: Goddess of war and peace
132. Eris: Goddess of discord
133. Fortuna: Roman goddess of fortune
134. Gayatri: Indian deity
135. Gunara: a minor deity of uncertain status
136. Hades: God of the underworld, the dead and riches
137. Harmonia: Greek goddess of harmony
138. Hathor: Goddess of love
139. Hecate: The Greek goddess of crossroads, entryways, and dogs among other things
140. Hecuba: The wife of King Priam of Troy during the Trojan War


141. Heket: Goddess of frogs
142. Helen: Fairest woman in the world; daughter of Zeus
143. Hera: Queen of the heavens and Greek goddess of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings, and empires
144. Hermes aka Mercury: God of physicians and thieves
145. Hypnos: Greek idol of sleep
146. Indra: Indian deity
147. Indrani: Queen of the gods
148. Iris: Goddess of the rainbow
149. Ishtar or Inanna: goddess of fertility, love, and war
150. Isis: An Egyptian deity
151. Isis: Goddess of magic, marriage, healing, and protection
152. Janus: Roman god of gates and doors
153. Juno: Roman queen of the gods
154. Jupiter: Roman king of gods
155. Kakia: Spirit of the voice
156. Kali: Black Earth Mother, Conqueror of Time, Goddess of fertility, death and regeneration
157. Kamadeva: Indian deity
158. Karpo: Goddess of the fruits of the earth
159. Kebechet: Goddess of purification
160. Kishar: goddess of the earth and female principle
161. Kubaba: tutelary goddess of the city of Carchemish
162. Kubera: Indian deity
163. Lahamu: first-born daughter of Abzu and Tiamat
164. Leto: A Titan goddess and a longtime lover of Olympian god Zeus
165. Lima: Roman goddess of the threshold
166. Luna: Roman goddess of the moon
167. Ma: primordial goddess of the earth
168. Ma’at: Goddess of justice,truth and of order
169. Mamitu: goat-headed goddess of destiny, who decreed the fate of the new-borns
170. Mammetun: Sumerian goddess of fate
171. Mania: Spirit of madness
172. Manungal: an underworld goddess; consort of Birdu
173. Mars: God of war
174. Menhit: Minor lion goddess
175. Mercury: Messenger of the gods in Roman Mythology
176. Minerva: Roman goddess of poetry and wisdom
177. Mitra: Indian deity
178. Muse: After the inspirational goddesses of literature, science, and the arts in Greek mythology
179. Nammu: a creation goddess
180. Nanaya: goddess personifying voluptuousness and sensuality
181. Nanshe: goddess of prophecy, fertility and fish
182. Negun: a minor goddess of uncertain status
183. Nekhbet: Vulture goddess
184. Nemesis: Roman goddess of revenge
185. Nephthys: Funerary goddess, consort of Seth, mother of Anubis
186. Neptune: God of the sea
187. Nera: Irish warrior of Connacht
188. Neti: a minor underworld god; the chief gatekeeper of the netherworld and the servant of Ereshkigal
189. Ngeshtin-ana: goddess of wine and cold seasons
190. Nidaba: goddess of writing, learning and the harvest
191. Nike: Goddess of victory
192. Ningal: goddess of reeds and consort of Nanna (Sin)
193. Ningikuga: goddess of reeds and marshes
194. Ninhursag or Mami, Belet-Ili, Ki, Ninmah, Nintu, or Aruru: earth and mother goddess
195. Ninkasi: goddess of beer
196. Ninkurra: minor mother goddess
197. Ninlil: goddess of the air; consort of Enlil
198. Ninmena: Sumerian mother goddess who became syncretized with Ninhursag
199. Ninsar: goddess of plants
200. Ninshubur: Queen of the East, messenger goddess and second-in-command to Inanna


201. Ninsun: “Lady Wild Cow”; mother of Gilgamesh
202. Ninsutu: a minor deity born to relieve the illness of Enki
203. Nintinugga: Babylonian goddess of healing
204. Nintulla: a minor deity born to relieve the illness of Enki
205. Nixi: Roman idol of childbirth
206. Nyx: Goddess of the night
207. Opis: Goddess of fertility
208. Pakhet: Egyptian goddess of motherhood and of war
209. Pales: Deity of shepherds, flocks and livestock
210. Pandora: First woman created by the Gods whose name means “the bearer of all gifts”
211. Pax: Roman goddess of peace
212. Pegasus: The winged divine stallion
213. Persephone: The daughter of Zeus and the harvest goddess Demeter, and is the queen of the underworld
214. Phoebe: Titan god of intellect and prophecy
215. Pomona: Roman goddess of fruit trees, gardens and orchards
216. Psyche: Goddess of the soul
217. Qetesh: Egyptian mother-goddess of fertility
218. Raet-Tawy: Female sun goddess of Upper and Lower Egypt
219. Rhea: Zeus’ mother
220. Roma: Personification of the Roman state
221. Rudra: Indian deity
222. Saranyu: Goddess Who gave birth to all animals, Mother of all Creatures
223. Saraswati: Indian deity
224. Sarpanit: mother goddess and consort of Marduk
225. Saturn: God of Harvest
226. Sekhmet: Egyptian Goddess of lions, fire and vengeance
227. Selene: Titan goddess of the moon
228. Selket: Egyptian Goddess of scorpions
229. Seshat: Egyptian Goddess of writing and measurement
230. Shala: goddess of war and grain
231. Shara: minor deity of war
232. Sharra Itu: Sumerian fertility goddess
233. Shitala: Protectress against small pox
234. Shiva: Indian deity
235. Shulsaga: astral goddess
236. Sirara: goddess of the Persian Gulf
237. Siris: goddess of beer
238. Sirtir: goddess of sheep
239. Soma: Indian deity
240. Sors: Roman God of Luck
241. Styx: One of the river gods
242. Surya: Indian deity
243. Tara: Pre-Vedic Savior Goddess, known from India to Ireland
244. Tawaret: Egyptian hippopotamus goddess, goddess of childbirth and fertility
245. Tefnut: Egyptian lion goddess of water and fertility
246. Tellus: Roman goddess of the earth
247. Tempeste: Deity of storms
248. Thalassa: The primeval spirit of the sea and a primordial Goddess
249. Thesis: God of all creation
250. Tiamat: primordial goddess of the ocean
251. Uma: The Golden Goddess, personifying light and beauty
252. Uranus: Roman god of the sky
253. Ushas: Indian deity
254. Varuna: Indian deity
255. Vayu: Indian deity
256. Venus: Roman goddess of love and beauty
257. Vesta: Roman Goddess of the hearth and sacred fire
258. Victoria: Roman goddess of victory
259. Wadjet: Egyptian Goddess of protection
260. Yama: Indian deity

Names of fictional dogs in comics
261. Akamaru: Kiba Inuzuka’s ninja dog from “Naruto”
262. Bandit: One of the 3 animal weapons fleeing captivity from “WE3”
263. Barfy: The first family dog in the comic “Family Circus”
264. Belvedere: Orville and Emma’s pet, an intelligent and spoiled dog who causes lots of problems for his family from the comic “Belvedere”
265. Biscuit: Holly and Alix’s dog from “Stone Soup”
266. Bitsy: The family dog in the comic “Marvin”
267. Bolivar: Donald’s pet from “Donald Duck”
268. Brigadier Snuff: Second most important police officer, after Bulle Bas from “Tom Poes”
269. Buckles: The guileless and innocent dog from the comic with the same name
270. Bulle Bas: Anthropomorphic dog who acts as police officer in “Tom Poes”
271. Bullet: Snuffy’s dog from “Barney Google and Snuffy Smith”
272. Chibi: The St. Bernard from “Itazura na Kiss”
273. Cosmo, the Spacedog: The Golden Retriever from “Guardians of the Galaxy”
274. Dawg: The family dog in “Hi and Lois”
275. Devil: The Phantom’s dog in the comic “The Phantom”
276. Ditto: Monica’s dog from “Monica’s Gang”
277. DJ Dog: The rap artist dog who lives with the Watson family from “Housebroken”
278. Dogmatix (Idefix): Obelix’s dog from the French comic “Asterix”
279. Dollar: The family dog from “Richie Rich”
280. Drooly: The English Sheepdog from “Krypto the Superdog”
281. Fifi: dog of the Countess Elodie from Stiepelteen from “Jommeke”
282. Fokkie Flink: Anthropomorphic black and white dog who solves crimes from “Fokkie Flink”
283. Fuzz: Ziggy’s dog from the comic “Ziggy”
284. Gnasher: Dennis’ dog from “Dennis the Menace and Gnasher”
285. Gnipper: Gnasher’s son from “Gnasher and Gnipper”
286. Hot Dog: Jughead’s dog from the comic “Archie”
287. Joost: Bommel’s loyal butler from “Tom Poes”
288. Kewpie: The family dog from “The Born Loser”
289. Koko: One of the family dogs from “The Other Coast”
290. Kreeg: Arwyn’s dog from “Sojourn”
291. Krypto: Superman’s dog from the renowned comic “Superman”
292. Marmaduke: The Winslow family dog from the comic “Marmaduke”
293. Nugget: Big Boy’s dog from “Adventures of the Big Boy”
294. Poncho: Chazz’s dog in “Pooch Café”
295. Puddles: Luann’s dog in the comic “Luann”
296. Radar: A super-powered dog in the comic book series “Supreme”
297. Ruff: The family dog in the famous U.S. comic “Dennis the Menace”
298. Sakura: One of the family dog in the strip that takes on environmental, political, and animal rights issues with humor in the comic “The Other Coast”
299. Sapphie: Aoi’s pet, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel from “Jewelpet”
300. Zuky: Archrival of Meebo the cat from the British comic “Meebo and Zuky”



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