Top dog names to date
Your most popular dog names have finally been decided. This list is carefully constructed based on the results of Mad Paws Pet Sitting.
The Mad Paws Pet Sitting has a database that catalogs well over 500,00 pets. We could say that most probably this is the largest pet index.
This list contains names for all types of possible owners. There are names that can pique everyone’s interest in names that you can find in almost all of your friend’s social media pages.
We even have a bonus tidbit of the top 10 dog breeds in UK. So read on and see if your dog’s name or breed is mentioned here.
Most popular dog male names
Most popular dog female names
This is the 3rd straight year that the name Bella has been crowned most popular female dog name. In fact, the name Bella is number one in almost every single state in the country. With exception to one, which is Victoria where they crowned Charlie as the number 1 female dog name.
British consider any dog name
It is quite apparent that British love their dogs. Who wouldn’t love a loyal mutt by your side at all times? However, they take their love one step further in the form of dog name-inspired drinks. 5 out of the 15 most popular dog names are considered to be a common drink.
Although, this trend seems to only be around the number 15 spot on dog names. The trend of popular dog names does not seem to warrant enough of our mixologists’ attention. There are even some condiments that follow through the same formula such as “Pepper” and “Chili” from the 32nd and 95th spots respectively.
These are the 5 most popular dog names that have drinks named after them:
· #1 Bella
· #5 Coco
· #10 Bailey
· #11 Milo
· #13 Archie
Unusual dog names that you will love
Pop culture is still an important part of everyone’s lives. However, that does not seem to materialize as well in the forms of unusual dog names. There are no dog names that is inspired from pop culture in the entirety of the top 20 list.
Although, there are still names that manage to break through the top 100. These are the following pop-culture inspired names:
· Luna (Harry Potter)
· Rocky (Rocky)
· Nala (The Lion King)
· Harley (Suicide Squad)
· Ziggy (David Bowie)
· Zeus (Greek Mythology)
· Dexter (Dexter)
· Simba (The Lion King)
· Buster (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs)
· Loki (Thor)
Celebrity dogs names
UK is known to share an intense amount of love for their dogs. In fact, dogs have been around most people’s lives that they are already considered family. As such, you can see why most dogs have human-appropriate names.
The newer generation is now opting for adopting dogs rather than making a family of their own. Thus, more and more pet owners are now treating their dogs as though they are humans.
However, this has brought down classic dog names on the list. It came to the point that the most classic names like “Fido” and “Rover” are officially kicked out of the list.
Nevertheless, 88% of male dog names are considered human-appropriate. While 99% of female dogs’ names are deemed human-appropriate. However, the combined top 25 names on both genders would result in a whopping 100% human-inspired names.
Top 5 celebrity inspired male dog names
Top 5 celebrity inspired female dog name
100 Most Popular Dog Names Of The Year
As we promised, this bonus segment is all about the most popular dog names of the year.
99. Charlie (female)
Most popular dog breeds
As we promised, this bonus segment is all about the most popular dog breeds available. There has been quite a surge in popularity for larger dogs as of late. Although poodles are now considered to be the most popular breed to crossbreed with, it is still overtaken by the lovable and loyal Labrador Retriever. This trend of larger dogs came after the rise of micro dog wave”. The trend came as a response for most living in more compact designed homes.
This trend can be potentially summed up with dog owners seeking to be more active now than ever before. The list of the most popular dog breeds are as follows:
- Labrador Retriever
- Staffordshire Bull Terrier
- Border Collie
- Jack Russel Terrier
- Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
- Australian Kelpie
- American Staffordshire Terrier
- Golden Retriever
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