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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 Chinese Dog Names

Staci
Aug 24 ·

Want some great Chinese dog names? They’re all here.

It can be hard to find a really awesome name for your dog that fits them beautifully. Most people want their pup’s name to stand out from all of the other furbabies, but it’s hard to do this and ensure you’ll always love the name. What if you grow tired of it? It’s the name the vet will call at the office when they come to collect you, the name you’ll use for recall all the time, and the name you’ll tell people every time they ask what your dog is called. You’ll hear it a lot.

To find a dog name you love, you might want to look at different languages and cultures. They’ll have pet names you may never have thought of otherwise.

So, what about some Chinese dog names? Whether you have Chinese family or just love the names, it can be a great call.

Chinese Dog Names

Male Names

chinese dog names

These are the best male Chinese dog names.

  • Bao (jewel)
  • Bing (soldier)
  • Dishi (man of virtue)
  • Ai (peaceful)
  • Fu (wealthy)
  • Fang (fragrant)
  • Heng (eternal)
  • Kai (victorious)
  • Pangu (a Chinese mythological figure)
  • Lok (happiness)
  • Lei (thunder)
  • Tofu (a popular food there)
  • Shan (mountain)
  • Ru (scholar)
  • Qiu (autumn)
  • Ping (stable)
  • Qiang (high energy)
  • Min (clever)
  • Huan (happiness)
  • Hao (smart)
  • Dizang (another Chinese mythological figure)
  • Dao (sword)
  • Chun (spring)
  • Cheung (good luck)
  • Chang (sunlight)

Female Names

chinese dog names

Or, if you want a feminine Chinese name, these might be a great fit.

  • An (peaceful)
  • Cai (colorful)
  • Hai (sea)
  • Lian (delicate)
  • Lan (eleant)
  • Jia (beautiful)
  • Meiying (beautiful flower)
  • Shu (fair)
  • Zi (beautiful)
  • Sying (star)
  • Qiao (skillful)
  • Ying (clever)
  • Bai (white)
  • Dai (dark)
  • Tao (peach)
  • Xue (snow)
  • Yue (moon)
  • Xia (summer)
  • Meyli (beautiful)
  • Mei Mei (little sister)
  • Jiao (charming)
  • Hui (kind)
  • Ah Iam (peace)
  • Fen (strive)
  • Sai Hu (fast)

All of these names would be beautiful for your dog, and you should go with your instinct. 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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