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This cool dog names page might be just what the doctor ordered when looking for creative and unique ideas for your male or female puppy.
Does your pooch have a smooth style all their own? Do other less hip pups in
the room give yours an envious glance when your pal breezes in? Is it so cool that it almost doesn't need to be potty trained? Doggie panache such
as this is a rarity in the canine world, but if your pooch exudes such a confident
persona, then this page is for you!
The Dictionary defines the word “cool” as something that’s groovy, hip or fashionable, so we kept that in mind when coming up with the cool names for dogs on this page.
Here’s the criteria we used when coming up with our suggestions below…
It Had To Be…
1. Unique, and something one doesn’t normally hear a pup called.
2. It had to flow smoothly off one’s tongue. (yours and your dogs)
3. Creative or different enough to be memorable.
4. Must possess the "it" factor. We're not fully sure what "it" is but we know "it" when we hear "it".
Dog Name Disclaimer...Even though we felt the cool puppy names below fit the criteria above, whether your pal does will vary from pooch to pooch and is totally dogjective*.
Male titles for a pooch so groovy that one could swear that he’s a Brad Pitt or George Clooney with four legs and a lot more fur. Girls have been known to swoon when he enters the room.
For the female that's so hip that we’re not sure we’ve heard them on any puppy! Don't let your pal settle for ordinary when extraordinary is just a click away...
Cool Names For Dogs - Our Favorites
Pups e-mail us (they can write, but need a drool proof keyboard) asking for our favorites, find them here...
Fetch More Groovy Ideas For...
Your Boy: Ideas just for the gents
Your Girl: Cute titles she'll be proud to own
Unique Pups: Perfect for your special pal
Cool Dog Names: Groovy man...groovy!
Dog Breed Specific: Specific ideas for specific breeds
*Dogjective: The canine version of the human word subjective