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Hunting Dog Names can be a fun way to pay tribute to your best hunting companion. There are lots of interesting and distinctive ideas to consider for a hunting pooch that will be easy to pronounce while you are out in the field, but still allow him or her to show their personality traits.
There are a variety of different types of hunting dogs and choosing a title will have a great deal to do with the type of hunting the owner does, and what type of breed it is. Some of the most common breeds (of which we also have dedicated name pages) include the following: Basset Hound, Beagle, Brittany Spaniel, Cocker Spaniel, Coonhound, English Foxhound, Irish Setter, Longhaired/Shorthaired Pointer, the Labrador Retriever, Vizsla, Weimaraner, and the Sheepdog.
Although some of these are very different in physical characteristics, all of them have similarities that place them in the Sporting breed group. Still, though, some are specialists in the water, while others have an exceptional sense of smell, and still others are extremely fast runners. Finding suitable names for hunting dogs will mean considering these physical and personality characteristics that make them such unique sporting breeds.
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Artemis: In Greek mythology she was a famous female hunter of Arcadia.
Budweiser: “Buddy” for short, a good choice for a dog whose owner prefers this brand of brew.
Dove: A suitable title for a female that is a great in the field, and also has a sweet, loyal side to her.
Duck: A humorous choice that is well suited for a pup whose owner is a questionable shot, (maybe after a few too many Budweisers?) or who loves to fetch wild ducks for it's master.
Lady: A popular female hunting dog name that shows the respect your exceptional lady dog deserves.
Helena: There are many brave and famous women in history named Helen or Helena, making this the perfect choice for your brave pal.
Mack: This dog is loyal, energetic, and follows commands.
Moose: A fitting title for a large breed, or for an owner who particularly enjoys going after larger game.
Orion: A mighty hunter in Greek mythology that also has a star named after him, showing how much you adore your loyal pal.
Remington: A tribute to a favorite firearm that an owner would use while hunting. This can easily be shortened to “Remi,” which makes an easy, sharp choice to call while in the woods.
Tex: This dog absolutely loves the field and cannot wait for the next chance to go out with his companion owner. He has an abundance of energy!
Theron: A Greek name meaning “hunter,” there really is not a more perfect choice for your male companion.
More Unique Naming Ideas For...
Males: Gender specific ideas for the guys
Females: Gender specific ideas for the gals
Clever Ideas: Ideas that match it's personality
Match Color Or Size: After its size & color
Names After Your Breed: Perfect for his breed