Male Dog Names - American and Canadian
Albert - A very fat and lovable cartoon character. The perfect name for your fat and lovable boy dog.
Ali - "I float like a butterfly and sting like a bee."
Arnold or Arnie - This male dog loves to play with golf balls.
Aspen - "I like to ride on the ski-lift."
Austin - He's an international dog of mystery.
Barney - He loves you and you love him.
Barnum - P.T. Barnum was a famous American promoter and showman of the 19th century.
Bazooka - "Even dogs like to chew bubble-gum sometimes."
Berkley - "I'm the most liberal dog on the block."
Bogart, Bogey - This boy dog has a scruffy sort of charm.
Bojangles - A good name for a Cocker Spaniel dog.
Booker - Booker T. Washington was a former slave who gained his freedom and became a great African American educator. He founded a school for African Americans called the Tuskegee Institute.
Boone - "My abilities to live off the land are legendary, but please feed me anyway."
Boss - "Baby I was born to run."
Bozo - The circus beckons this boy dog.
Bradley - He enjoys leading a pack of dogs into the park.
Brando - He could very well be a contender.
Bruce - "I was born in the USA."
Bubba - "I'm just a big ol' redneck."
Butkis, Butkus - "There's nothing like tackling my master."
Cajun - "I adore crawfish flavored treats."
Canuck - This french poodle dog loves his country.
Capone - "I own Chicago."
Carter - Jimmy Carter was a Georgia peanut farmer who became the president of the United States in the late 1970's.
Casey - The brave engineer who couldn't slow down.
Cosmo - "My friends usually call me Kramer."
Creole - "How y'all are?"
Dallas - A large city in Texas, USA.
Denver - A large city in Colorado, USA.
Ditka - The iron dog.
Dixie - "My heart lies in the south."
Edison - Thomas Edison was one of the greatest inventors in history. Among his inventions were the electric light and the phonograph.
Elmer - "I'm gonna get that wascally wabbit."
Emerson - "I prefer to sit in the corner pondering."
Farragut - A Union naval officer who uttered the famous phrase - "Damn the torpedoes... Full steam ahead!"
Frankie - "I'll do it my way."
Frisco - "My heart lies with the 49er's and Giants."
Gangster - "My growling sometimes gets me into big trouble."
Gilligan - "Just when you think I can't mess anything else up, I do."
Gizmo - The original gremlin.
Gotham - Another name for New York. A great name for your Yorkshire terrier dog.
Gretzky - This GREAT dog loves to play around with pucks.
Groucho - "That's the best tasting bone I evah hoid."
Gumby - This boy dog is long and skinny.
Did you know?
Dogs were the first animals to be domesticated by man.
Harpo -"I can honk a mean horn."
Harvard - One of the most prestigious universities in the United States.
Herbie - The LOVE dog.
Hoover - This dog has tons of dirt on you. But he probably won't tell.
Houston - He was the first president of the Republic of Texas.
Jerry - "For the last time, I'm not a mouse."
Jersey - "I'm a big fan of both the Jets and the Giants."
Jimmy - Third dog from the left - in the classic work of art, Dogs Playing Poker.
Kennedy - The most prominent political family in American history.
Kenny - Second dog from the left in the classic work of art, Dogs Playing Poker."
Klondike - "I'll be in the Iditarod one day, you'll see."
Knickerbocker - An old name for a New Yorker. Another fantastic name for your Yorkshire terrier dog.
Kodiak or Kodi - Kodiak is an island and city in the state of Alaska, USA. It was settled in the late 18th century. This name was submitted by Ed and his German Shepherd - Kodi.
Lafayette - A French military leader who came to America and became a major general in the American army.
Langley - The famous American astronomer and aeronautical pioneer.
Laredo - A city in southern Texas that lies on the Rio Grande.
Larry - He's the dog on the far left in the classic work of art, Dogs Playing Poker.
Louis, Louie - A spirited dog is he.
Moe - The brightest stooge of them all.
Mountie - This boy dog knows how to lay down the law.
Okie - This dog hails from Oklahoma.
Opie - "My Paw can arrest your Paw."
Oscar - A fantastic name for your Golden retriever dog.
Patton - George S. Patton was a prominent American general during World War II.
Rainier - Mount Rainier is an inactive volcano in Washington.
Reagan - Ronald Reagan was an American president during most of the 1980's. He fought fiercely against communism.
Rebel - "Obedience is for the birds."
Reno - The dealer in the classic work of art, Dog's Playing Poker.
Richie - A boy dog that is as American as hot-dogs and apple pie.
Rollie - "I love the circus life."
Roscoe - This Basset hound's heart lies in the south.
Roy - A big ol' dog with cowboy charm.
Rudy - The little dog that could.
Shaft - "Can you dig it?"
Shasta - "I get a kick out of romping in the mountains."
Sheriff - "I'm the law around here."
Sitka - "I'm happiest when there's a little ice on the ground."
Skippy - "I'll be your best friend if you'll sneak me some peanut butter."
Sonoma - "Take me along - when you get away for the weekend."
Spock - Out of all the Vulcans, he's your favorite.
Sylvester, Sly - A great name for your black and white boy dog.
Tex - "Oh give me a home, where the buffalo roam. And the skies are not cloudy all day."
Trump - This boy dog demands the very best.
Vegas - This pet dog is all about having a good time.
Viper - He graduated from Top-Dog school.
Washington - George Washington was the first president of the United States.
Woodstock - The zenith of hippiedom. This dog's owner lives in a tie-dyed pad, man.
Yale - One of the most prestigious universities in the United States.
Yankee - This boy dog looks pretty good in pin-stripes.