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If you're doing an alphabetical search for c-d female names for dogs and are finding your name search to be doggone boring, this page will help!
Starting off with naming suggestions for each letter will no doubt get things rolling, followed up with lengthy lists of c-d female names for dogs will complete your search for the perfect fit for your pal. Ready? Let's name your dog!
Female Names Beginning With C
Calypso: The graceful and energetic moves this female dog shows, makes you wonder if it might not have been a dance instructor in a past life.
Cecilia: Named after the patron saint of musicians and poets, this female dog will be airy, whimsical and confident!
Cheyenne: This dog is graceful, strong, and loyal. No doubt this pooch will make you feel loved and protected, while always maintaining her grace and composure.
Chianti: A red wine from the Tuscany region. This dog, as well as its owner, will only get better with time.
China: An unusual name but great if you love the Orient, good on a smaller female dog.
Chiquita: A good name for a Golden Retriever dog that you’ve gone bananas for!
Choo-Choo: For the pup with plenty of locomotion and a cute little caboose.
Cinnamon: A great name
for a feisty, spunky little dog with a lot of personality. Maybe a better match
for a brown dog?
Female Names Beginning With D
Dakota: We can picture this name on a large female dog who loves the outdoors.
Déjà vu: Didn’t you just clean up that mess?
Delilah: The temptress that seduced the mighty Samson from the Bible. A good name if your pup is attracted to long haired dogs.
Destiny: An interesting female name choice either because she was lost and found you, or because you just could not walk away from her at the rescue center or pet store.
Dharma: Means the cosmic order or law, and is the perfect choice for a female dog that likes things to be a certain way, but always remains very calm and collected.
Disco: For the dog who loves to dance and isn’t afraid to wear Polyester. Perks up when Donna Summers is on the radio.
Dora: The origins of this name are Greek, and means “gift.” This dog was given to someone who needed their spirits lifted, and has found a lifelong friend in their pet.
Drama Queen: For the female dog who whines when you leave, whimpers when not fed on time, and loves to watch Soap Operas!