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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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The 50 Best Russian Dog Names

Staci
Aug 24 ·

Want some great Russian dog names? We have you covered.

If you’re looking for some unique dog names for your pet, it can be hard to find them. Most people want their pup’s name to stand out from a crowd, but it’s hard to do this and ensure you’ll always love it. It’s the name the vet will call out at the office, the name you’ll call out at the dog park. It needs to stand the test of time!

To find a dog name you love, you might want to look at other countries. Exploring different languages and cultures can help you find the perfect name for your pet that you would never have thought of otherwise.

So, what about some Russian dog names? These names won’t be in use by any of your friends, and you’ll have some real originality. Besides, they’re all such great names that you’ll still love them years down the line, and your dog will too.

Russian Dog Names

Male

best russian dog names

These are the best male Russian dog names.

  • Feliks (lucky)
  • Alexei
  • Boris (wolf)
  • Konstantin
  • Makar (blessed)
  • Leo
  • Ruslan (lion)
  • Viktor
  • Mikhail (Michael in Russian)
  • Caspian (body of water)
  • Igor
  • Sergie
  • Ruble (the currency in Russia)
  • Fyodor (God’s gift)
  • Vladimir
  • Elbrus (the biggest mountain Russia)
  • Czar
  • Ivan
  • Dmitry
  • Kazan (a place name)
  • Moscow (another place name)
  • Kodiak (and another)
  • Vadim
  • Vadik
  • Stepan

Female Names

best russian dog names

Or, if you want a feminine Russian name, these are great choices.

  • Ekaterina
  • Katya
  • Vera
  • Valeriya
  • Catherine
  • Anna
  • Irina
  • Anastasia
  • Alina (beautiful)
  • Darya
  • Elena
  • Yulia
  • Maria
  • Aliona (light)
  • Natalia
  • Nina
  • Oksana
  • Olga
  • Marina
  • Ksenia
  • Onega (a lake)
  • Sabaka (the word for dog)
  • Sochi (a place name)
  • Masha
  • Nikita

All of these names would be great choices, and you should go with your gut. If you want a typically female name for your male dog or vice versa, don’t be afraid to mix things up!

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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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