Our dogs quickly become like family members to us, so it's essential that they have a good name. Let's take a look at the best naming options for your furry, four-legged boys.
Gone are the days of dogs called simple names like Spot or Rover. People are more creative these days when it comes to naming their human kids, so why not spread that inventiveness to their furry kids, too?
An original dog name could spark conversation anywhere when you need to get your pup's attention; the dog park, the pet store, animal-friendly cafes. Have some fun with picking out your male dog's name and use this list as inspiration.
Sawyer is the perfect name for the dog who loves to go on adventures with you. Oh, and also if you're a fan of Mark Twain.
No need to re-invent the wheel. Even your most forgetful friend will remember what your dog's name is.
Max is one of those dog names that has been around for awhile, but is still cool and trendy.
You can't help but say Jessie with a smile. I should know.
Does your buddy love to put his paws in the sand? Kai, which means ocean in Hawaiian, is the perfect name for him.
Big, furry, and the best hugger around. That dog sounds like a Bear to me.
This one's for all the 90s kids out there who couldn't get enough of "Dawson's Creek." Your dog could love splashing around in a local creek or have long, flowing, blonde hair for this name to work.
For the rabbit-chasers among us.
Strider is the perfect name for the long-legged dogs. Think Greyhounds and Great Danes.
It can be upsetting when our dogs get terrified by thunderstorms, but it's also a facet of their personality you can name them after.
Tripp should be your name choice for two reasons. First, it's trendy and original. Second, if your little guy is smaller, we all know they love hanging out right under our feet.
If your dog is the life of the party when guests come over and dances the night away, Tango seems like an obvious name choice.
Everyone will be buzzing when they hear you call to your little guy with this clever, catchy name.
Short and catchy, Ace is the perfect name if your dog is always at your feet during your weekly poker games.
There's nothing wrong with the classic names we've all heard over and over, but your little guy has a special place in your heart, so why not name him something that reflects that?