Your perfect new white-colored furry family member is on his way to your home and you need the perfect name. If you’re looking to pick one that expresses their personality and suits their color all in one, we can help.
We’ve put together a list of over 100 white dog names for your male or female dog, as well as some inspired by size, and some for differing appearances. Scroll down! Hopefully, you find exactly what you’re looking for.
Female White Dog Names
- Snow White
Male White Dog Names
Fluffy White Dog Names
Many dogs that have coats that are all white in color are also little balls of fuzzy fur. Sometimes a regular fluffy name will work, but if you’re set on expressing their color while showing off their personality in their title, one of our favorite fluffy white dog names may do the trick. From Cloudy to Popcorn, we’ve got the perfect fluff name for every type of ivory pooch. Scroll down and start your search for the perfect name.
White and Black Dog Names
Even the whitest of dogs often have a tiny spot on them somewhere. While it might make it easier to name them if the color changes came in perfect patterns, the chaotic spots can let your imagination open up and you can look at personality in addition to appearance. Below are some of our favorite white and black dog names that will give a bit of spunk to your pup.
Small White Dog Names
This next set of names not only is adorable but is absolutely geared towards the tiny pup in your life! Do you have a mini pooch, perhaps a variation of a toy breed that are destined to remain tiny their entire life, that also happens to be white? Read on to find a name perfectly suitable for any wee white tail-wagger.
Big White Dog Names
Just as the title suggests, this list is for the mighty white pups! They may be a breed with an overwhelmingly thick white coat such as Samoyed, or a short, sleek coat such as a Shar Pei – whichever your sizeable dog has, we have a name perfect to match their grand exterior.
Bonus: White House Dog Names
Maybe you’re looking for a name for your pup that has a historical significance. Many dogs have set paws in the White House, and yours could also carry a name fit for a president.
Finding the Right Name for Your White Dog
Naming your dog is an important step in making him a part of your family, and getting it right may seem like a tough task. Just breathe! Your little fluff ball will love whatever you pick, and we hope we have been able to help you with that task.
Tips for Naming your Dog
- Think of the personality your puppy has (or is likely to have). Take your time choosing a final name – spending some time with your new dog will likely give you the clarity that you need. If you haven’t brought your pup home yet, wait until you do before settling on a name.
- One or two-syllable names are easier to say. The shorter the name, the easier it will be to train your puppy and have them become familiar with it sooner. Long-winded names like Queenie La Barks might be a bit of a mouthful and might even confuse your dog in the long run.
- Avoid offensive or embarrassing words for names. You want your pup to be proud of their name, and not feel as though they are the butt of your jokes. You’ll also want a name that you aren’t embarrassed to tell a stranger, your vet, or call-out at the dog park. Goofy nicknames may come about, but keep those between just you and your pooch.
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