Staci
Staci is a writer living in Atlanta, Georgia. When not writing, she spends most of her time trying to keep up with her four rescue cats and Australian shepherd puppy.
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Dog Names That Start With L

Staci
Aug 26 ·

What should you look at when trying to pick your dog’s name? Color, personality, different languages… or something else? Today we are focusing on dog names that start with L.

You’ll hear this name called at the vet’s office, and always hearing it from your own mouth teaching recall. You’ll tell it to others whenever they ask if they can pet your adorable pup and ask what his name is. Whatever name you pick, you’re going to spend a long time telling it to people, so it’s a good idea to think of something that you know you’ll love down the line.

Pressure’s on to pick the perfect name, then! But it doesn’t need to be too difficult.

If you can’t decide where to start looking at dog names, how about starting with the letters you like? By figuring out words you like and finding a letter, you can start looking at specifics when it comes to your dog’s new name. Pick out a name that you really feel fits. It’s a big decision, so no need to rush it. Read all of the names and decide which is best.

Here are the best dog names that start with L.

Dog Names That Start With L – Male

Dog Names That Start With L

For a male dog, these are the best dog names that start with L.

  • Landon
  • Lazy
  • Lazarus
  • Lee
  • Lewis
  • Louis
  • Lake
  • Lanzo
  • Lennox
  • Lord
  • Loki
  • Lucky
  • Laurel
  • Lucifer
  • Lyric
  • Lysander
  • Lyonel
  • Lion
  • Leo
  • Laslo
  • Lancelot
  • Luca
  • Lowe
  • Lew
  • Laurent

Best Female Names

Dog Names That Start With L

For a female dog, these are beautiful L names.

  • Lacey
  • Lady
  • Lottie
  • Luna
  • Loulou
  • Lollipop
  • Lovely
  • Laurie
  • Lassie
  • Laska
  • Lena
  • Lara
  • Lex
  • Layla
  • Larissa
  • Lea
  • Leia
  • Lesley
  • Liss
  • Lorena
  • Lynette
  • Leann
  • Lily
  • Lilac
  • Loreli

Don’t be afraid to change things up if something doesn’t feel quite right. For example, one of the male names sounds right for your female dog, go for it!

You don’t have to stick to what’s expected. The most important thing about your dog’s name is that you love it.

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Staci
Staci is a writer living in Atlanta, Georgia. When not writing, she spends most of her time trying to keep up with her four rescue cats and Australian shepherd puppy.
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