G-H names for male dogs are easy enough to find, but finding one that truly represents your new pet is a different story. You may be looking for something that exemplifies his perky personality, or something that alludes to certain interesting physical characteristics; better yet, you may just want an interesting and fun title for your male dog that not many other canines will have.
Listed below are some G-H names for male dogs that should definitely get a second glance while you are trying to decide what to call your new pal. Even if these suggestions and lists don’t suit your fancy, be sure to check out the other letters of the alphabet we have compiled.
Gambler: This dog is no stranger to mischief or taking chances. Did he knock over the vase?…..or was it the cat? This dog is too cute to blame, so it must have been the cat!
Garner: A French word meaning “guardian,” this is the perfect name for a guard dog, or even a male mutt that has turned himself into the family watchdog.
Gator: A fitting name for a puppy that likes to chew on everything with his little puppy teeth.
Gilligan: He’s everybody’s “Little Buddy”.
Gizmo: This dog will be small in size, but big at heart. He will be proud, confident, completely certain that he's really a big dog!
Grandeur: We can see this title on a large male dog that carries itself well. When he walks in the room, all heads turn.
Gus: It’s hard not to love the lazy spirit of this dog; he is never in a hurry, unless food is involved, and just simply cannot be bothered to get out of bed too early or to exercise too much.
Happy: This pup's always upbeat and smiling…he’s like a ray of sunshine on four legs!
Hemingway: For the avid reader, or literature buff, this is a fitting name for your male pooch. It would also be well suited for a dog that is adventurous, just like many of Hemingway’s main characters.
Herbie: This dog has energy, lots and lots of energy. He is likely a small dog that loves to jump up and down, play fetch, and run endlessly in the backyard.
Hillbilly: A good name for a dog who’s lineage is in question.
Hogan: Meaning “young,” this is a great choice for a male pup that never seems to grow old, or one with a childlike spirit.
Holden: A gentle, kind pooch that loves long walks outdoors, hiking with his companion, or just laying at his owner’s feet by a warm campfire.
Houdini: This pooch mysteriously disappears when it’s time for a bath, but can be easily found at dinnertime.
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