How do you know you are a certified Disney fan? Well, you plan vacations around trips to the parks, can recite dialogue from your fave flick (or flicks, right?), and have an opinion on the hidden meaning of each and every Star Wars film—and, most important, you would love to name your favorite sidekick, your pet, after a Disney character. If you only knew where to begin…
The list of Disney dog names is long—after all, Disney’s been making magic for nearly 100 years! So we’re helping out our fellow Disney stans by collecting over 200 potential names in one place, including those from the Star Wars and Marvel franchises. (Yup, they’re a part of the Disney empire too, but you probably already knew that.) Take a look—there’s sure to be a Disney dog name that fits your pup’s personality.
Names of Disney Dogs
The Great Dane who thought he was a Dachshund in “The Ugly Dachshund.”
The leader of the Singing Strays in “The Fox and the Hound 2” (named after the famous Johnny Cash, no doubt).
She’s the pint-sized fashionista star of “Beverly Hills Chihuahua.”
The sultry Saluki who’s part of the Singing Strays in “The Fox and the Hound 2.”
The street-smart Jack Russell terrier in “Oliver and Company.”
The country-music loving Bloodhound in “The Fox and the Hound 2.”
With his green shirt and lanky gait, Goofy is a true classic Disney character—and a classic Disney dog name!
She’s one of the mischievous Dachshunds in “The Ugly Dachshund.”
In “101 Dalmatians,” this meek, shy pup overcame a rocky start at life—hence the name.
Prince Eric’s beloved friendly sheepdog in “The Little Mermaid.”
The noisiest puppy of the brood in in “101 Dalmatians.”
The curious, TV-watching pup in “101 Dalmatians.”
The spoiled Pug in Pocahontas who later becomes a pal to the Native American princess.
You can’t go wrong with the name of Mickey Mouse’s pet dog!
The pup in “101 Dalmatians” who’s always hungry.
One of the Junkyard Dogs and puppy lovers in the “Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp’s Adventure.”
The handsome son of Lady and Tramp in—what else?—“Lady and the Tramp.” Talk about a cute Disney name for a dog!
Another member of the Junkyard Dogs, Sparky is the elderly and elegant wolfhound in “Lady and the Tramp 2.”
Here’s a bit of trivia: This Mastiff-Lab mix played the part of Old Yeller in Disney’s 1957 classic film.
The energetic Bloodhound in “The Princess and the Frog.”
The crime-solving Basset Hound in “The Great Mouse Detective.”
Disney Princess Names for Dogs
Half of the dynamic sister duo in “Frozen,” Anna is the younger sister who isn’t easily rattled.
This little mermaid has a big heart and lots of courage—just what you want in a pet.
The kind-hearted, nature-loving princess of “Sleeping Beauty.”
The original Belle in “Beauty and the Beast” tamed the beast with her confidence and charm. Will your pup do the same with the dogs in your neighborhood?
If that name seems like a mouthful, how about calling your pup Ella after this glamorous princess? Or split the name between your two dogs: Cinder and Ella.
No, she’s not officially a Disney princess, but the “Frozen” star has magical powers and a passionate, complex personality.
The princess who is transported to New York City in “Enchanted.”
The princess from “Aladdin” is independent and strong, and her name comes with plenty of fun nicknames: Jas, Jazz, or Jazzy.
In “Atlantis: The Lost Empire,” the warrior princess’s full name is Kidagakash Nedakh—Kida for short.
The adventurous princess with the epic red curls in the movie “Brave.”
In “The Princess Diaries,” Mia goes from an outcast high-schooler to a glamorous princess under the watchful eye of her grandmother, played by Julie Andrews.
Disney describes this princess as strong-willed and brave, which may suit your dog (especially if they, like Moana, love the water).
This legendary warrior is brave and passionate. If your pup shares those qualities, this Disney princess name is perfect for your dog.
Perfect for a breed with long, flowing hair.
In “Sleeping Beauty,” Aurora’s name is changed to Briar Rose to keep her hidden from the evil witch.
The very first of the Disney princesses, and perfect for a pup with white fur.
This unofficial Disney princess who goes from rags to riches was the title character in “Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess,” a Disney Channel series.
The star of “The Princess and the Frog” is a hard worker who rises to any challenge.
Formerly counted among the princesses, Tink now stars in her own fairy franchises.
Vanellope von Schweetz isn’t one of the official princesses, but she did crash their party in a memorable scene in “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”
Marvel Dog Names
Dr. Bruce Banner is a soft-spoken scientist … but you wouldn’t like him when he’s angry. (Spoiler: He’s the Hulk.)
The brainwashed assassin in “Captain America.”
Carol Danvers was just a talented Air Force pilot until her transformation into Captain Marvel.
The former assassin who turns good to save the universe in “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
The peaceful, super-powered plant and accomplice of Rocket Racoon in “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
Hank Pym, the scientist and original Ant-Man, convinces Scott Lang to become the new one in “Ant-Man.”
The master archer of the Avengers.
Tony Stark’s bodyguard and chauffer in “Iron Man.”
Thor’s trickster brother with a serious inferiority complex.
The friend and roommate of Scott Lang in “Ant-Man.”
The undercover spy and T’Challa’s former lover in “Black Panther.”
Or Tash, the first name of the Black Widow in the “Avengers” series.
Take your pick of these two names of the world-renowned spy who formed the Avengers.
The head of the Wakandan armed forces in “Black Panther.”
Peter Parker is the teenage nerd who turns into a hero in “Spider-Man.”
As in Rocket Racoon, Groot’s bestie in “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
Ronan the Accuser is a fanatical soldier in “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
General Ross, whose nickname is Thunderbolt, was the head of the bomb project that created the Incredible Hulk.
T’challa’s tech-savvy sister in “Black Panther.”
You might know him better as his alter-ego, Captain America.
The pushy and obsessed scientist-turned-villain in “Hulk.”
The Norse god with a powerful hammer who joins the Avengers.
When he’s not saving the world as Iron Man, Tony Stark lives the life of a playboy billionaire.
Wanda Maximoff, better known as the Scarlet Witch, got her own origin story in the series “WandaVision.”
Xandar is the name of the planet in “Guardians of the Galaxy”—and hey, as namesakes go, a planet is about as big as you can get!
He’s a super villain in many of the Marvel movies, including “Captain America.”
Star Wars Dog Names
Famous for his line, “It’s a trap!”, Admiral Ackbar is a military leader for the Rebels.
Han Solo’s loyal friend and first mate in the “Star Wars” franchise. And hey, who wouldn’t want a pet named Chewy?
The cut-throat crime lord in “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”
You’ve gotta admit, these fictional creatures bear a striking resemblance to the Brussels Griffon.
After Kylo-Ren, made famous by Adam Driver in the movies.
The snarky, strong princess-turned-soldier in the “Star Wars” series.
Maybe she was sent to assassinate Luke Skywalker in the “Star Wars” franchise, but don’t hold that against her.
This name for Anakin’s mentor comes with so many cute nicknames built in: Obi, Obi-Wan, and if you’re feeling basic, Ken.
R2D2 is essentially the robot version of a dog: adorable, loyal and intelligent. “Artoo” would be a cute spelling.
Han Solo is the reckless and quick-witted smuggler in the “Star Wars” series.
Sure, Darth Vader is one of the most famous villains in modern history … but it’s still a pretty badass name.
In “The Empire Strikes Back,” he’s the wise and stoic mentor to Obi-Wan-Kenobi. Name your dog Yoda, you will.
Disney Boy Dog Names
The leader of the wolf pack that adopts Mowgli in “The Jungle Book.”
The human boy who owns all the toys in “Toy Story.”
The first name of the trigger-happy hunter in “The Fox and the Hound.”
He’s timid at first, but this lead character in “The Good Dinosaur” finally finds his courage.
The good-natured bear in “The Jungle Book” who becomes Mowgli’s best friend.
The legendary detective modeled after Sherlock Holmes in “The Great Mouse Detective.”
One of the settlers and friends of John Smith in “Pocahontas.”
The firefly who helps Tinker Bell any way he can in “Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure.”
The strong-willed woodpecker in “The Fox and the Hound.”
The shy salamander in “Frozen 2” who keeps a watchful eye on Elsa.
Johnny Depp, the actor who made this “Pirates of the Caribbean” protagonist famous, describes him as a mix between Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and Pepe le Pew.
One of the pirates in “Treasure Island.”
The Scottish Terrier who belongs to Professor Brainard in “The Absent-Minded Professor.”
Sergeant Calhoun is the hero of one of the arcade games in “Wreck-It-Ralph.”
He’s the trigger-happy bad guy in “Tarzan” who goes after Tarzan’s ape family.
The orange ghost in “Wreck-It-Ralph.”
The fearless animal lover in “Rescuers Down Under.”
The pioneer and so-called king of the wild frontier and hero of the Alamo in “Davy Crockett.”
The fighting Doberman Pinscher owned by a drug lord who is out to get the star of “Beverly Hills Chihuahua.” Fun fact: The name means “devil” in Spanish.
The mole in “The Rescuers”—perfect for a dog with a habit of digging!
The brainy sparrow in “The Fox and the Hound.”
Mickey’s friend Donald Duck is a quick-tempered fowl with a heart of gold.
The builder in the “Rhapsody in Blue” segment of “Fantasia 2000.”
The lovable cat in “Pinocchio” and, legend has it, one of Walt Disney’s favorite characters in the film.
The space pirate that appears at the beginning of “Treasure Planet.”
Flynn Rider is the dude who steals Rapunzel’s heart in “Tangled.” If Flynn’s too common a name for your pup, Rider is a great name too.
Along with his sidekick Honest John, this not-too-nice cat planned to kidnap Pinocchio.
The tough, brooding fish who longs to escape the fish tank in “Finding Nemo.”
The laconic Doc Hudson in “Cars” was one of the most famous race cars in his day.
One of the gargoyles who befriend Quasimodo in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”
The debonair mouse in “The Rescuers Down Under.”
As in Cricket, of course! Jiminy is Pinocchio’s trusty guide who loves to whistle and croon (and a super-cute Disney name for a dog).
Loyal yet grumpy, this Scottish Terrier is unforgettable in “Lady and the Tramp.”
The street-wise orphan bear in the 1990s series “TaleSpin.”
The spoiled emperor who turns into a llama and finds his humanity in “The Emperor’s New Groove.” Fun fact: Cusco was the capital of the Incas.
The wolf in the 1962 almost-silent film “Legend of Lobo.”
The large white horse in “Tangled” is known for his devotion to duty.
Pocahontas’s pet raccoon who loves to eat.
The wise wizard in “The Sword in the Stone.”
Basic? Maybe. But when it comes to Disney dog names, you can’t go wrong with the original mouse.
Milo James Thatch is the brainy head of the expedition that goes to find the lost kingdom in “Atlantis: The Lost Empire.”
This over-confident but good-hearted dragon is Mulan’s guardian.
The adventure-loving and good-natured teenage dino in “The Good Dinosaur.”
The resident evil wizard in “Wreck-It-Ralph.”
The brave little fish in “Finding Nemo.”
One of the ferocious crocodiles belonging to Madame Medusa in “The Rescuers.”
The pelican who helps Nemo escape the dentist’s fish tank in “Finding Nemo.”
The wise, down-to-earth friend who helps the spoiled emperor-turned-llama in “The Emperor’s New Groove.”
This chameleon in “Tangled” is Rapunzel’s friend and confidante.
Moana’s pint-sized pot-bellied pig and best friend.
The tiger who protects Princess Jasmine in “Aladdin.”
The foodie rat in “Ratatouille” who was small enough to hide beneath a chef’s hat.
The fiery Highlander who fights for Scotland’s independence in “Rob Roy the Highland Rogue.”
After the brave rascal Robin Hood, who stole from the rich to give to the poor.
The mean-spirited deer who has it in for Bambi.
The young and playful kangaroo in “Winnie the Pooh.”
The kindly cat and friend to Penny in “The Rescuers.”
Simba’s uncle in “The Lion King” who turns out to be not so loving after all.
The charming crab in “The Little Mermaid.” Who can forget “Under the Sea”?
The head of Mulan’s rag tag army.
Scar was the biggest bad guy in “The Lion King,” but those hyenas weren’t so nice either. So you have your pick—there’s Shenzi (our fave), Banzai or Ed.
Sid Phillips was Andy’s neighbor in “Toy Story,” known for destroying his toys.
The last name of Amos Slade, the bad guy in “The Fox and the Hound,” makes a great name for your pup.
The wise-cracking custodian in “Monsters Inc.”
The name of the German Shepherd that a teenage Ron Howard nurses back to health in “Smoke,” a Disney TV movie.
Mr. Snoops is Madame Medusa’s not-so-savvy business partner in “The Rescuers.” (Many people might mistake this name as a Charlie Brown reference, though.)
The big (and big-hearted) monster from “Monsters Inc.”
After Bill Sykes, the brutal loan shark in “Oliver and Company” who has two Dobermans of his own.
This butterfly fish is a fellow classmate of Nemo’s in “Finding Nemo.”
The cat who helps Pongo and Perdita rescue their pups in “101 Dalmatians.”
The feisty Chihuahua who’s a part of Fagin’s gang in “Oliver and Company.” (His full name is Ignacio Alonzo Julio Frederico de Tito.)
The mischievous fox who becomes best friends with a dog in “The Fox and the Hound.”
This black-footed ferret is little more than a bully in “Zootopia.”
The kind-hearted and generous priest in “Robin Hood.”
Wall-E (or Wally)
The trash-and-trinket collecting robot in “Wall-E” who is the last survivor, along with a cockroach, on Earth.
The heart-throb blacksmith turned sword-fighting pirate in “Pirates of the Caribbean.”
After “Steamboat Willie,” Mickey Mouse’s big-screen debut.
The polite British butler in “Oliver and Company.”
The vintage cowboy doll and leader of all the toys in the “Toy Story” series.
In both Greek mythology and Disney’s film “Hercules,” Zeus is the ruler of Mount Olympus and the father of Hercules.
The wisecracking lemur and Aladar’s adoptive uncle in “Dinosaur.”
Disney Girl Dog Names
She may be a duck with buck teeth in “Chicken Little,” but she’s got such a positive outlook that she doesn’t even mind being teased.
One of Ariel’s many sisters in “The Little Mermaid.”
This fancy name belongs to one of Cinderella’s selfish and spoiled stepsisters.
As Disney dog names for female dogs go, it’s hard to go wrong with Bianca. One of the main characters in “The Rescuers,” she’s elegant and graceful.
The aunt in “Meet the Robinsons.”
The understanding mother rabbit from “Zootopia.”
A former magician in “Tangled: The Series.”
Pacha’s wife is a problem-solver and devoted mom in “The Emperor’s New Groove.”
One of Minnie’s best friends, Clarabelle Cow is one of the original Mickey Mouse gang, dating all the way back to 1928.
The only woman in the restaurant’s kitchen in “Ratatouille,” she has to be tough to survive.
Marlin’s lovely wife who meets an untimely end in “Finding Nemo.”
Daisy Duck needs no introduction. She’s been a Disney character from the get-go!
Dinah the Dachshund is Pluto’s lesser-known girlfriend.
Having someone to remind you to just keep swimming when things get rough is a gift—and that’s what Dory does in “Finding Nemo.”
The feisty, strong-willed swashbuckler in “Pirates of the Caribbean” can swing a sword with the best of them.
Quasimodo’s outspoken and empathetic friend in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”
The probe robot sent to find live on Earth who becomes Wall-E’s love interest.
The tallest, oldest fairy godmother in “Sleeping Beauty” who bestows the gift of beauty.
The fun-loving and compassionate mom in “Meet the Robinsons.”
The very sweet, peace-making cow in “Home on the Range.”
One of the fairies in the original “Fantasia.”
Sofia’s commoner friend and confidante in the TV series, “Sofia the First.”
The yodeling cowgirl doll who earns her sheriff’s badge in “Toy Story.”
The curious, strong-willed daughter of Nala and Simba in “Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride.”
She’s the rambunctious girl who adopts Stitch as her pet dog in “Lilo and Stitch.”
She’s Mia’s only high-school friend and fellow outcast in “The Princess Diaries.”
The beautiful and kind vixen who marries Robin Hood.
The greedy pawn-shop owner in “The Rescuers.”
A friend of Bambi’s mother in “Bambi 2.”
Merriweather, the shortest of the fairy godmothers in “Sleeping Beauty.”
The sweetest, most stylish gal in the bow business, Minnie Mouse has held Mickey’s heart for nearly a century.
She’s Ursula’s younger sister in “The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea,” but not nearly as talented (though certainly as mean) as her older sis.
Pocahontas’ best friend.
The fabulous Newfoundland dog who takes care of the Darling kids before Peter Pan spirits them away.
One of the Iguanodons in “Dinosaur.”
Sweet yet brave, she’s one of the characters in “The Great Mouse Detective.”
A pink octopus, she’s one of Nemo’s classmates in “Finding Nemo.”
The gutsy orphan who stands up to Madam Medusa in “The Rescuers.”
Nala’s mother in “The Lion King.”
The kindly warthog in the Disney+ series “Timon and Pumbaa.”
The artistic meerkat who’s rescued by Timon in “Timon and Pumbaa.”
The large, ancient tree that serves as a guide for Pocahontas.
Christopher Robin’s big-hearted bear Winnie the Pooh is male, but Winnie makes a cute Disney girl dog name too!
Disney Dog Names for Pairs
Beckett and Val
After the romantic pair of criminals in “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” Beckett’s first name is Tobias, which is a pretty cool name too.
Chaca and Tipo
The two kids of Pacha and Chicha in “The Emperor’s New Groove.”
Chip and Dale
These two mischief-making chipmunks have been Disney mainstays for decades.
Finn and Poe
Their bromance was the talk of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
Gus and Jaq
After Cinderella rescues them, these two mice become her good friends.
Jasper and Horace
These are the names of Cruella de Vil’s bumbling henchmen in “101 Dalmatians.”
Kenai and Koda
In “Brother Bear,” Kenai is the young Inuit who turns into a bear and learns about life as four-legged creature from fellow bear Koda.
Lady and Tramp
The couple from opposite sides of the tracks in “Lady and the Tramp.”
Luke and Tinker
The bad guys in Disney’s 1991 movie, “White Fang.”
Pongo and Perdita
The mom and dad of all those Dalmatian pups in “101 Dalmatians.”
Timon and Pumba
The meerkat and the warthog who save Simba and teach him all about “hakuna matata” in “The Lion King.”