If you love French Bulldogs, you’re not alone! Frenchies are the most popular dogs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City. These stocky pups are excellent companions for individuals and families and are extremely affectionate and sociable. They will keep you on your toes with their playful personalities. But no matter where you live, your puppy deserves a unique name.
Choosing a name isn’t always easy, in fact, sometimes it feels like there is more pressure to pick the right one in comparison to raising a dog! Keep in mind, you’ve got us to help you, and your pup will love whatever you choose. If you are still finding it difficult to decide – we have a few tips below to help you uncover the perfect name! Plus, there are always going to be cutesy nicknames that most of us end up using in place of our original choice anyways! But where do you even start?
That’s where this list comes in! Keep reading to find over 100 French Bulldog names, ranging from cute to funny to famous. Whether your Frenchie is a boy or a girl, we’ve got you covered.
- Female French Bulldog Names
- Male French Bulldog Names
- Cute French Bulldog Names
- Funny French Bulldog Names
- Famous French Bulldog Names
- Finding the Right Name for Your French Bulldog
- Useful Tips for Choosing a Great Name:
- Stick With One or Two-Syllable Names
- Test Out the Name in Different Tones
- Steer Clear of Names that May be Mistaken for Commands
Female French Bulldog Names
Male French Bulldog Names
Cute French Bulldog Names
With their squishy little bodies and mischievous smiles, we know that all French Bulldogs are cute. Pairing them with a name as adorable as they are might just be the option you’ve been searching for!
Funny French Bulldog Names
There’s nothing like adding a little humor into your dog’s name! It’ll make you smile even bigger every time you call him over. If you’re a bit wary of a funny name as the official moniker, maybe one of the following names will suit as his nickname you call him only when others aren’t around.
Famous French Bulldog Names
Frenchies are especially popular among celebrities. Here are some of the best-known French Bulldogs (and their star owners):
Asia, Koji, and Gustavo
Lady Gaga owns three French Bulldogs – and they’re all famous on Instagram.
Hilary Duff’s adorable Frenchie has an equally adorable name. Plus, Peaches is the sister of Hilary’s late French Bulldog, Beau.
The Rock, AKA Dwayne Johnson, has a sweet French named Hobbs. Tragically, Hobbs’ brother, a Frenchie named Brutus, passed away after eating a poisonous mushroom.
Creme Brûlée and Bête Noire
Martha Stewart’s Frenchies have suitably French names. One of them is particularly clever: Bête Noire means “pet peeve”!
Hugh Jackman named his Frenchie after his son’s favorite artist, Salvador Dalí!
Finding the Right Name for Your French Bulldog
With so many great options, we hope you’ve found a name as special as your French Bulldog. Whether your pup is stylish, cute, or goofy, it deserves the perfect name. So take your time before settling on the ultimate French Bulldog name for your loyal and lovable pooch. And if you can’t decide, why not name your Frenchie after a celebrity dog?
Useful Tips for Choosing a Great Name:
If you love more than one name from our list or find there isn’t one jumping out at you, we have three important tips that will help narrow down your search:
Stick With One or Two-Syllable Names
Not only will this assist with your training, as your pup will catch on to their name quicker, but they also sound great. Although Princess McPebble may be a pretty cute formal name, its a bit of a mouthful and might even confuse your pup. We suggest you shorten it up to Pebble!
Test Out the Name in Different Tones
You’ll want to choose a name that works for all facets of your puppies life. It should be stern for when your puppy needs to be corrected, but welcoming and warm for they’re being a good boy or girl! Dash and Rose are excellent names that clearly distinguish tones.
Steer Clear of Names that May be Mistaken for Commands
Choosing a name the closely resembles “sit” “stay”, or “come” could be incredibly confusing for your pup. Above all, avoid words that sound like “walk” as your pup will be raring to go for a stroll every time you call their name.
If you were not completely convinced you found the one with any of these names or tips, try one of our other dog name posts below for additional inspiration:
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