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The Top Ten Couple Names for Dogs – 13. July, 2016

Top Ten Couple Names for DogsThe only thing better than bringing home a new dog is bringing home two new dogs! Of course, then you are faced with the dilemma of what to name not just one but two new family companions. If you are looking for the perfect name for your furry friends, consider these top ten couple names which might be the perfect fit!

  1. Sonny and Cher – An American pop duo, Sonny and Cher won the hearts of America during the 1960s and 1970s. The pair is known for their famous songs “Baby Don’t Go” and “I Got You Babe”.
  2. Homer and Marge – The husband-wife pair from the animated sitcom, The Simpsons, Homer and Marge were always at each other’s throats but they still loved one another. This show is set in a fictional Springfield and it is in its 27th season.
  3. Captain and Tenille – American recording artists, Captain and Tenille were a husband-wife duo who topped the charts during the 1970s. “Captain” Daryl Dragon and Cathryn Antoinette “Toni” Tenille had five albums that made gold or platinum and their most enduring hit was Love Will Keep Us Together.
  4. Gomez and Morticia – The famous couple from The Addams Family, Gomez and Morticia were deeply in love – as strange as that love might be. The cartoon was created by Charles Addams and was eventually made into a television series and several films.
  5. Elvis and Priscilla – For the music lover in you, Elvis and Priscilla are the perfect couple’s dog names. Elvis Presley is still known as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century and his wife Priscilla turned Presley’s home, Graceland, into one of the top tourist attractions in the U.S.
  6. Bonnie and Clyde – The perfect names for a pair of mischievous mutts, Bonnie and Clyde were the infamous American criminal pair who robbed banks during the Great Depression. The pair was depicted in a 1967 film where they were played by actors Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty.
  7. Romeo and Juliet – If you are a fan of classic literature or theater, the names Romeo and Juliet should be very familiar to you. The main characters from one of Shakespeare’s best-known works, this couple may have been doomed from the start but their names will always be remembered.
  8. Bianca and Jagger – Mick Jagger, the lead singer for The Rolling Stones, was married to Bianca Jagger, a human rights activist. If you are a fan of classic rock, there is no better set of names for your dogs than Jagger (or Mick) and Bianca!
  9. Rocky and Adrienne – If you are looking for a pair of names that represent strength and resilience, there is no better name than Rocky and Adrienne. Rocky is the rags-to-riches story of an American boxer (played by Sylvester Stalone) who worked his way up to the world heavyweight championship with his love interest, Adrienne, by his side.
  10. Fred and Ethel – Named after the neighbor couple on the I Love Lucy show, these names are perfect for a goofy pair of dogs. If these names don’t suit your new dogs, consider the names of the stars of the show, Lucy and Ricky!

The task of naming your dog is certainly not the easy one and you double the challenge when you have two dogs to name! If you are looking for a fun name for your new dogs, why not consider these famous couple names!

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Tips For Naming More Than One Dog – 14. June, 2016

Tips For Naming More Than One DogDo you have a litter of puppies to name? Or, do you have several pet dogs that you need names for? Naming a group of dogs can be a challenging task for many dog owners. The good news is there are plenty of names to go around and you just have to choose the name that suits each specific dog the best. There are also other interesting ways to name a group of dogs that is listed below.

  • Movie Ideas – One of the most popular ways to name a litter of puppies or pack of dogs is by using names from movies. 101 Dalmatians is a popular movie to use. Whether the litter has spots or not it is a fun and easy way to choose names for each individual pup.
  • Cartoon Ideas – Dog owners that are cartoon enthusiasts or who have children that enjoy watching cartoons can use the names of their favorite characters. Disney cartoons are a popular choice. The usual Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto are great options. If you have a specific cartoon movie you can use the character names as well.
  • Royal Names – There are many dog owners who are royal enthusiasts and enjoy learning every detail about the monarchy. You can choose royal names in history for your litter of pups. There are a variety of royal families located throughout the world, so if you have a few litter of puppies to name, this is a great option.
  • Candy Names – Almost everyone has a sweet tooth. If you are a candy lover you may want to consider naming your pack or litter of puppies after a variety of delicious sweet candy. The names Almond Joy, Snickers, Hershey’s, Smarties, Mints, Butterfinger and other candy are a great way to name a sweet bunch of puppies.
  • Car Names – You may have a hobby or interest in a variety of car styles. You can name your litter of puppies after cars such as Mercedes, Porche, Ford, Chevy, Fiat, Ferrari and much more! You can even include names such as Harley, Davidson if you prefer motorcycles.
  • Fish Names – While the world of fish and dogs don’t usually mix well together, it is an option to name your litter of puppies if you enjoy fishing. There are plenty of names such as grouper, catfish, cod, salmon and many more that you can choose from.

When naming a litter of puppies it may be difficult to tell them apart at first. You may want to create small name plates on each pup’s collar until you are able to tell them apart by specific markings and personalities. Also using car, fish, cartoons, movies and candy names for your litter will help you remember their names easily, since all the names belong to a group. Most of all have fun naming your puppies and be creative. There are a variety of name options that will allow you to choose the best name that suits each individual pup as well as make it clear that they belong to a large group, litter or pack.

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Dog Names for Pairs of Pooches – 28. October, 2015

Dog Names for Pairs of PoochesMany dog owners have two dogs. They usually prefer having a set of dogs or they feel that it is best for them to keep each other company and grow up together. These special dog owner’s that take on the responsibility of raising and caring for two dogs often have a difficult time finding names for a pair of dogs. There are a variety of name options that are creative and interesting as well as expressive.

Names for Foodies

Are your puppies little foodies and enjoy eating treats? This is an opportunity to name them after food. Food pairing names include the following:

  • Basil and Thyme
  • Rosemary and Basil
  • Burger and Fry
  • Ginger and Spice
  • Sweet and Sour
  • Tater and Tots
  • Olive and Oil
  • Pickles and Peppers
  • Won and Ton
  • Cupcake and Frosting

Famous Pair Names

Are you a movie or television buff? Choosing names of dynamic duo’s is a great way to express your interest in the arts as well as provide perfectly suited names for your dogs.

  • Barnum and Bailey
  • Yogi and Boo Boo
  • Pooh and Tigger
  • Mona and Lisa
  • Lucy and Ethel
  • Mo and Curley
  • Curley and Larry
  • Mickey and Pluto
  • Fred and Ginger
  • Snoopy and Charlie

Universe Weather Related Pair Names

  • Sun and Moon
  • Milky and Way
  • Shooting and Star
  • Planet and Star
  • Saturn and Venus
  • Mars and Jupiter
  • Sky and Night
  • Thunder and Clouds
  • Lightening and Bolt
  • Gravity and Magnetize

Music Related Pair Names

  • Donnie and Marie
  • Michael and Janet
  • Sonny and Cher
  • Elvis and Priscilla
  • Mick and Keith
  • Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince
  • Daft and Punk
  • Prince and Sheila E
  • Peaches and Herb
  • Simon and Garfunkel

Favorite Pair Names

  • Hansel and Gretel
  • Jack and Jill
  • Lady and Tramp
  • Mona and Lisa
  • Popeye and Olive Oil
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Tarzan and Jane
  • Prada and Gucci
  • Chocolate and Kisses
  • Cocoa and Chanel

The pair names listed above is some of the most common pair names for dogs. You have the opportunity to choose whichever names you wish. You can also think of your own favorite famous duo or pair to name your dogs. Some dog owners have fun with the names and choose Marco and Polo as names. This makes it humorous when calling both the dogs at one time. Imagine being at the local dog park and you hear a dog owner call out “Marco, Polo”. Chances are there will be a clutter of laughter filling the dog park.

Your two dogs are both unique and may have a strong bond. Use their closeness or personalities to inspire you to choose their names. It’s wise to choose names that fit both of the dogs and uniquely express their bond as a pair. If you are having a difficult time naming your dogs ask your family and friends for help and discuss the above list of options to see which names will suit your dog’s the best.

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Dog Names Duos: Dixie & Trixie – 23. October, 2010

This week’s dog names duos are:

Dixie & Trixie

Dixie and Trixie are two female mixed breed, (Labrador, Bassett hound and Spaniel), 10 week old pups.

They were rescued from a kill shelter in Georgia and now reside in PA.

Even though they are now “Northerners” we wanted to stay with a southern theme for their names!

They just love the outdoors, and snuggling together on the sofa. We are so pleased to have them!

Sent in by: The Jones Family

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Dog Names Duos: S & P – 28. December, 2009

This week’s dog names duos are:

Salt & Pepper

Salt & Pepper are both purebred Newfoundlands and are 8 and 12 years old.

They love to go for their daily walks and they love to act like retrievers and carry sticks!

Pepper’s favorite food is bananas, and Salt loves her regular dog cookies.

Their best trick is howling, which they both do very well!

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Dog Names Duos: C & S – 10. June, 2009

This week’s dog names duos are:

Chips & Salsa

Chips & Salsa are both Pembroke Welsh Corgi and are 6 years old.

They love to wade in swampy water, chase the kids around, and sleep in mom’s chair.

Their best trick is to: Get the human to open the door, then to pretend like they didn’t really want to go in or out. Wait until the human sits back down again. Repeat!

It’s not good for them, but if they can, they will get into the box of frosted mini wheats and have a party! keep them far away from a cereal box.

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Dog Names Duos: T & DD – 23. February, 2009

This week’s dog names duos are:

Twinkie & Ding Dong

Twinkie & Ding Dong are a couple of mutts who love to play fetch with tennis balls, and of course, go for walks.

They love to chase squirrels and eat anything left behind on a sidewalk.

A couple of real characters!

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Dog Names Duos: M & L – 12. November, 2008

This week’s dog names duos are:

Max and Lucy

Max (white) and Lucy (brown) are now grown Cockapoo and Boxer dogs, but they are still inseparable!

They love to play tug with each other, race to get through the door first, and they love to chew on each other!

Their favorite toy is a beat up piece of rope that could use a washing, but they like it stinky. And don’t let food of any kind get in their path, or else they will maul you for it.

Each has such great personalities and we just love them!

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Dog Names Duos: R & T – 8. August, 2008

This week’s dog names duos are:

Rusty and Tyler

Rusty (rust colored) and Tyler (white) are 14 year old male Cocker Spaniels.

They love to race each other around the yard, but no one is really sure who wins.

They also love to chase the kids on their skateboards and go for walks at the dog park because they love to sniff and search for new smells!

Rusty and Tyler are real characters, and don’t put tools down if you are working because one of them will sneak up when you aren’t watching and carry them off!

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Dog Names Duos: M & M – 21. May, 2008

This week’s dog names duos are:

Max and Molly

Molly (black) and Max (white) are 10 year old female and male standard poodles.

They love to play with their tennis balls and are interested to eat anything that you are eating!

They also love to fetch, go swimming, jump over fences and through hula hoops, and above all barking!

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