Many dog breeds originated in Spain. These pups are Spanish Galgo, Spanish Mastiff, Spanish Water Dog, Catalan Sheepdog, or the Bichon Frise, to name a few. To stick with their origin, we’ve come up with the 50 best Spanish dog names to name your new puppy.
It’s never easy to come up with a name for your new furry friend. But, if you have Spanish background in your family, or if your pooch’s breed originally came from Spain, or maybe you like how some Spanish names sound. Giving your pup a Spanish dog name is a clever idea.
Tips for naming your new puppy
Before you start calling your new doggo the first name that pops into your head, think about it. Naming is important, even though it doesn’t seem like it is.
When choosing a name, pick something easy for your dog to respond to. For example, use sounds and more syllables to make your pooch perk their ears when they hear the name. The name should be cute and clever, but you also don’t want it to rhyme or sound similar to other names such as common commands or their favorite toy.
Finally, choose a name that rolls off the tongue and is easy for others to pronounce. If you keep messing up your dog’s name when trying to call them, they’re surely not going to know who you’re talking about.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best Spanish dog names.
The 50 best Spanish dog names
Male Spanish dog names
If you’re bringing home a male puppy, then you can certainly name this pooch after a human name or think of a word in Spanish that has meaning to you. So here are some male Spanish dog names to consider.
Female Spanish dog names
You can do the same for a female pup as well. If you want to find a Spanish human name, there are a few listed below. Or you can think of a word in the language that sounds clever and has a nice meaning to it.
Food Spanish dog names
Are you a foodie? Does your new puppy love food? Then a Spanish dog name that has a food or flavor meaning might be a good choice for your new furry friend.
What are you naming your pup?
Did any of these names jump out at you? It’s hard to choose just one, but when you do, your doggo will certainly suit whatever you choose for it.
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Rachel is a stay-at-home pet mom, caring for her dog, cat, turtle, tortoise, and fish. She’s a content writer in various niches but most notably in the pet field, educating pet parents on the health and wellbeing of their furry friends. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, playing video games, or organizing something.