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 sidekick, aka your dog, after a favorite Disney character.
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 fans 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.
Why not make your pup feel more royal by naming her after Princess Anna of Arendelle from “Frozen”?
If your pup has a reddish mane, consider naming her after Princess Ariel, “The Little Mermaid” herself.
Princess Aurora is as the girl who pricked her finger and fell into a deep sleep in "Sleeping Beauty."
She's the "beauty" they're talking about in "Beauty and the Beast."
One of the most beloved Disney princesses, who loses her glass slipper at the ball.
The first official Latina Disney Princess, Elena rules over the kingdom of Avalor.
As fans of “Frozen” know, this ice queen may appear cold on the outside, but she's really warm and fuzzy on the inside.
This young Disney princess is the little sister of Elena in the series "Elena of Avalor."
In “Aladdin,” Princess Jasmine is smart and not easily deceived. Plus, she dazzles in turquoise.
Princess Kida of Atlantis sports long white hair, making this an especially great name for a pup with white fur.
This redheaded Scottish Disney princess from “Brave” is not only brave, but strong.
Great for an adventure-seeking puppy, this name belongs to Princess Moana, an ocean explorer who saves her Hawaiian home.
This Disney princess joined the Chinese Imperial Army to make her father proud and bring honor to her family.
Spoiler alert: This princess who fights Princess Raya in "Raya and the Last Dragon" turns out to have a good heart in the end.
She's a young American Indian woman who falls in love with a white settler named John Smith in Disney's animated movie by the same name.
This Disney princess has a lot of hair, perhaps like your pup—though your dog probably won’t have so much that people can use it to climb up towers.
She is not only the princess of Kumandra's Heart Land in "Raya and the Last Dragon," but she's also a brave warrior.
A cute princess name for a white dog, this belongs to the titular princess in "Snow White" who needs to escape from her evil-plotting stepmother, the evil queen.
She's Disney's first little girl princess in "Sofia the First."
This New Orleans Disney princess works hard to make her dream of owning a restaurant come true.
You might know this prince better as “The Beast,” from “Beauty and the Beast.” Maybe it’s a fitting name for the new “beast” in your life, too.
He starts out as a street urchin, but by the end of “Aladdin,” this guy has wooed Princess Jasmine and become real royalty.
As in Prince Charming, from Disney's 1950 animated feature film "Cinderella."
Prince Eric stole Ariel's heart in "The Little Mermaid.”
Though he prefers to go by Flynn Rider, this “Tangled” character’s real name is Eugene Fitzherbert—and in “Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure,” he’s discovered to be a prince.
In “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” Prince Florian saves Snow White from the witch’s spell.
The last name of Rapunzel’s love interest in “Tangled” is Rider, probably because he's going to be riding away with your heart.
Pocahontas’ love interest is an English settler, not a prince, but Disney lists him among the official princes anyway.
A captain in the Imperial Chinese Army, this eventual love interest of Mulan is another of Disney’s official princes.
In “The Princess and the Frog,” Prince Naveen of Maldonia is turned into a frog along with Princess Tiana.
A kiss from Prince Philip awakens Aurora (aka Sleeping Beauty) from the deep sleep caused by an evil fairy’s curse.
He is the leader of the wolf pack who adopts a young human boy in "The Jungle Book."
In the “Toy Story” series, Andy was the ultimate best friend to all the toys, making it a great name for your own bestie.
This bear from "The Jungle Book" knows how to enjoy life with the “bear necessities.”
This sweet little deer gets by with a little help from his friends.
The pirate captain Barbossa who once helmed the ship the Black Pearl in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” film series.
This sweet and shy dwarf works in a mine with six of his closest friends in "Snow White." It’s especially cute for a dog who shares his bashful personality.
The great mouse himself from Baker Street in "The Great Mouse Detective."
In "Inside Out,» this is the imaginary pink friend who lives in Riley’s mind.
In "Zootopia," this Cape buffalo is in charge of the police department.
Although the name Buddy sounds friendly and approachable, Buddy Pine from "The Incredibles" turns out to be the villain anti-hero Syndrome.
Buzz Lightyear’s saying, "To infinity and beyond!" is probably one of the most recognizable catchphrases from the movie "Toy Story."
Pirates run rampant in the Walt Disney universe, but few are as popular as Captain Jack Sparrow from "Pirates of the Caribbean."
A name for your dog with an old-man personality, like Carl from "Up."
He may be a cat in "Alice in Wonderland," but this name works for any pet with a mischievous grin.
Arguably the best set in the Disney fandom, this is half of the chipmunk duo Chip and Dale.
A boy Disney dog name shared by Christopher Robin, the human boy in "Winnie the Pooh."
He's a sweet bunny rabbit with big ears and Sofia's best friend in "Sofia the First."
This animated clock helps run the Beast’s castle in "Beauty and the Beast."
A cricket of few words, this little guy is Mushu's sidekick in "Mulan."
A gnarly sea turtle in "Finding Nemo," whose favorite word is (probably) "dude." Perfect for pups who love splashing in the waves.
Perhaps this isn't the first pup in your family—is he the fourth? Name him after the Spanish word for four and a loveable hedgehog from the movie "Ferdinand."
Betcha can't say Dale without thinking of his chipmunk brother, Chip.
Dash has super speed (like your pup, perhaps) and is one of Mr. Incredible’s children.
He's a little ghostly, but he proves to be helpful in guiding a young vampire now living in Pennsylvania in "Vampirina."
He wasn't really a doctor, but Doc was the most knowledgeable and logical dwarf in "Snow White."
This duck with blue pants may not have a way with words, but he’s an integral part of the classic Disney crew.
He may be a little silly, but this dwarf is as cute as a button—just like your new dog.
After the baby elephant with oversized ears, it’s an adorable choice for your own big-eared dog.
This gray donkey from "Winnie the Pooh" needs constant cheering up.
Anton Ego (who has a big ego) is the food critic in Disney and Pixar's "Ratatouille."
In 2017, the story about a young bull in Spain who refuses to fight was reimagined by Disney in the movie by the same name.
It’s the name of the peg-legged bat from "The Great Mouse Detective" and a great choice for a pup who just can’t sit still.
Ariel's best friend in "The Little Mermaid" isn't a flounder fish at all—he's actually a tropical yellow fish with teal stripes.
Your new pup is just as cute as Flower, the skunk from "Bambi"—but they’re probably less stinky.
Arrogant and self-absorbed, Gaston tries and fails to win the affection of Belle in "Beauty and the Beast.”
This character in "Aladdin" granted wishes, and your new puppy is a wish come true.
The elderly shopkeeper in "Pinocchio" who carved Pinocchio out of wood.
One of the seven dwarves in "Snow White," who may or may not resemble your new pup when he's hungry.
This guy rules the underworld in "Hercules." Plus, he also has really cool blue fire hair.
For those sweet porky pups who are a bit round in the middle area like the piggy bank in “Toy Story.”
The cheeriest of all the seven dwarves in "Snow White."
Some might say your dog is as mad as a hatter, but you'll know that the truly great ones are mad.
This wide-eyed rooster in "Moana" is so silly he's cute.
This Disney hunk travels all over the world to find out who he really is. Hint: He's a god.
This pirate captain got his nickname because he has a hook for a hand in Disney's "Peter Pan."
A boy Disney dog name shared by Doc Hudson, who was voiced by legendary actor Paul Newman in Disney and Pixar’s 2006 film, "Cars."
Choose your fighter: Sparrow from "Pirates of the Caribbean," or Skellington from "The Nightmare Before Christmas"?
The youngest in the Incredibles clan, Jack-Jack has at least 17 superpowers, including laser vision and shapeshifting.
This cape-wearing, cane-holding villain from "Aladdin" might be evil, but he's got style.
Or Jimmy for short, after the titular character in Disney's half live-action, half stop-motion film "James and the Giant Peach."
The mouse who was clad in orange and always ready to help in "Cinderella."
He was Pinocchio's conscience, a role your pup might play in your own life.
This ice harvester wins the heart of Princess Anna in “Frozen.”
The main character in "The Emperor's New Groove,» Emperor Kuzco is turned into a llama to overcome his selfish ways.
In "Beauty and the Beast, LeFou is Gaston's sidekick. The name translates to mean "the fool" in French, so it’s especially suited to a goofy pup.
A type of pasta, but also Remy the rat's human friend in "Ratatouille."
Meaning “light,” it’s the most fitting name for the candlestick maître d' in "Beauty and the Beast."
He's a big truck who transports other cars in the Disney/Pixar movie "Cars."
He may be a clown fish, but this father is only concerned about finding his son, Nemo, in a vast ocean.
He's a young strapping wizard-in-training in the "Elena of Avalor" series.
McQueen's best friend in "Cars," he's simple-minded but has a big heart and is loyal—all qualities often found in dogs.
This name of an island in Hawaii is also the name of a fiery god voiced by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in Disney's 2016 animated "Moana."
This horse has a great purple mane and can fly! Or at least he does in "Sofia the First."
After the red Lightning McQueen in Disney/Pixar's "Cars."
He's the sweet little raccoon in "Pocahontas."
A Disney name list would not be complete without the mouse that started it all, Mickey Mouse.
In Disney/Pixar's "Soul," this guy finds internal peace when swirling a sign on a street corner.
The protagonist in "The Jungle Book," Mowgli was actually raised by wolves (and other jungle animals).
If you think your new pup is truly incredible, name him after the patriarch of the Parr superhero family in "The Incredibles."
Simba's father and the leader of Pride Rock in "The Lion King."
He's a pocket-sized red dragon in the animated Disney movie "Mulan."
If your dog has orange fur or likes to wander, the clownfish namesake of “Finding Nemo” is a clever pick.
Nick Wilde is a slick-talking fox in "Zootopia."
This happy-go-lucky snowman from the “Frozen” series makes a great namesake for white pups.
This chameleon makes the cutest pet for Rapunzel in "Tangled."
Aka Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up.
Small, pink and mild-mannered, he's a piglet in "Winnie the Pooh."
He started out as a wooden doll but then he became a real boy.
The cutest little pig sidekick in "Moana." The word "pua" means "flower" in Hawaiian.
This loud-talking warthog befriends Simba along with his buddy Timon in “The Lion King.”
Name your pup after the wisest character from Disney's "The Lion King,” Rafiki the mandrill.
This tiger is Princess Jasmine's best friend and most loyal companion.
As in “Wreck-It Ralph,” because your new pup will surely be wrecking a thing or two.
A rat with a skill for cooking from "Ratatouille."
After Winnie the Pooh. A cute nickname would be calling your pup Pooh Bear.
In Disney’s version, Robin Hood is a fox who steals from the rich to give to the poor.
The baby kangaroo in "Winnie the Pooh" who spends a lot of time in his mom, Kanga's, pouch.
The name of this villain in "The Lion King" also works for dogs who have distinctive scars or markings of their own.
A loyal friend to Ariel in “The Little Mermaid,” Sebastian just wants to return the princess to her family under the sea.
This heir to Mufasa’s throne in "The Lion King" is a born leader.
A unique reference to Jack Skellington from "The Nightmare Before Christmas."
Like his name implies, this magical creature from the Disney Channel original series "Elena of Avalor" can fly.
One of the seven dwarves from "Snow White," and quite possibly the sweetest.
After the mine-working dwarf from “Snow White” who constantly sneezed. (If your dog suffers the same symptoms, however, they should see a vet.)
As in Captain Jack Sparrow, the wily but scatterbrained pirate in “Pirates of the Caribbean” and its sequels.
A cute name for a tiny pup, it’s shared by the baby sea turtle from "Finding Nemo."
This alien from “Lilo & Stitch” kind of looks like a blue koala.
This blue dragon toy is a great doctor's assistant on the TV series "Doc McStuffins."
Sven the reindeer is the best companion to Kristoff in "Frozen."
Disney’s Tarzan is a human raised by gorillas in the wild.
The super hyper bunny from "Bambi,” and a cute name for a pup whose tail makes a thumping noise.
No, not the social-media app—it’s the crocodile who accidentally ate a ticking clock in "Peter Pan."
Spelled "T-I-double grr"—at least that's how this striped tiger from "Winnie the Pooh" spells it.
This meerkat is Pumbaa’s best friend and a pal to Simba in “The Lion King.”
A red fox who forms an unlikely friendship with a Bloodhound mix in "The Fox and the Hound."
This underwater king has seven mermaid daughters, including Ariel, in “The Little Mermaid.”
The man who started it all, Walt Disney, famously dreamt up the cheerful mouse named Mickey—among other magical inventions.
Mickey Mouse's famous debut was in the 1928 animated short film "Steamboat Willie."
Aka Winnie the Pooh, who spends his days looking for honey in the Hundred Acre Wood.
This cowboy toy is one of the main protagonists of the "Toy Story" series.
This red-billed hornbill was an important advisor to the royal family in "The Lion King."
He looks like a dog, but Zuzo is really a spirit fox who helps to guide princess Elena in "Elena of Avalor."
In “Alice in Wonderland,” she gets lost down a rabbit hole and meets some interesting characters along the way.
One of Cinderella's snooty stepsisters.
A girl Disney dog name shared by the human mom of the dogs in “101 Dalmatians.”
One-fourth of the singing group “The Cheetah Girls” from the Disney TV-movie.
This name can reference Belle from “Beauty and the Beast,” or, if you have a black dog, the horse in “Black Beauty.”
The fiercely protective mama owl in "The Fox and the Hound."
Judy Hopps’ nervous rabbit mother in the 2016 Disney movie "Zootopia."
This cute little girl in "Monsters, Inc." isn’t scared of monsters.
This yellow tang fish is a member of the Tank Gang in the Disney and Pixar film "Finding Nemo."
Portrayed by actor Adrienne Houghton, Chanel was one of the four girls in the group "The Cheetah Girls."
A cute girl dog name that plays off the origin of the name Cinderella—especially appropriate for dogs with cinder-gray fur.
This Disney cow has been around for nearly a century, first appearing in "Steamboat Willie" in 1928.
Name your Disney-loving pup after the 2017 animated film by the same name.
It'd be ironic to name your new puppy after this “101 Dalmatians” villain who wanted to use Dalmatian fur as a coat.
This classic Disney character is Minnie’s best friend and keeps Donald in check.
A sweet Disney puppy name, Darling can either refer to Lady's parent in "Lady and the Tramp" or the Darling family from "Peter Pan."
The titular character in the Disney Junior show, Doc McStuffins is a kid doctor who treats plush toys.
One-fourth of the singing group from the 2003 Disney Channel original movie, "The Cheetah Girls."
This forgetful blue tang fish first appeared in "Finding Nemo" before she got her own movie called "Finding Dory."
This evil stepsister in "Cinderella" had a penchant for the color green.
This name can reference the white cat in "The Aristocats" or the sweet, helpful cow in "101 Dalmatians."
The matriarch of the Parr family in Disney and Pixar's "The Incredibles,” her superpower is stretching her body.
In one of Disney’s most heartstring-tugging moments, we meet Ellie as Carl's late wife in the opening scenes of the movie "Up."
One of the few human characters in the show, Emmie is one of Doc McStuffins’ best friends.
Also known as Aunt Ena in "Bambi," she's Faline's mother and helps to take care of Bambi.
She may be a robot in "WALL-E," but she's got a big (metal) heart.
Faline is Bambi’s love interest and later his wife.
This classic Disney movie has been around since 1940 and features Mickey Mouse as a wizard with an iconic blue hat.
One of Aurora’s three fairy godmothers in "Sleeping Beauty," she’s the one in green.
In the Disney movie "Cars," this teal car owns Flo's V8 Cafe for thirsty motors out there.
This fairy godmothers in "Sleeping Beauty" wears red and can be a bit bossy.
She’s one of the bandmates in Disney’s made-for-TV movie about four best friends who formed a band called "The Cheetah Girls."
This 473-year-old gargoyle makes for an ideal sidekick in Disney's animated series "Vampirina."
In the Disney movie "Zootopia," Judy Hopps chases her dream of becoming a police officer.
Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl learns to love to play in "Toy Story 2."
One of the five main emotions in "Inside Out," and also a feeling your new pup gives you.
Kanga is a momma kangaroo in Disney's classic "Winnie the Pooh."
This sweet island girl befriends the weird blue alien in "Lilo & Stitch."
Lily is a botanist who is in search of a special flower with magical powers in Disney's live-action film "Jungle Cruise."
Her responsibility is to act as the calming goat to the fighting bulls in the movie "Ferdinand."
She's the villain in Disney's 1959 "Sleeping Beauty" who later got her own live-action movie in 2014.
Short for Megara, AKA the sultry love interest in the 1997 animated film "Hercules."
Merryweather is the blue fairy godmother in "Sleeping Beauty."
Minnie Mouse is bubbly, perky, sweet, and kind. If any of those qualities describe your new girl dog, this is the perfect name for her.
This momma was turned into a teapot because of an evil curse in "Beauty and the Beast."
She grew up on Pride Rock and later married Simba in "The Lion King."
A cute Disney name for a girl pup, Naomi is Elena's best friend in "Elena of Avalor."
She's Vampirina's mother in the Disney Junior series "Vampirina."
In “Bolt,” she's Bolt's companion and best human friend.
As in Mary Poppins, only the greatest nanny ever.
In Disney and Pixar's "Inside Out," Riley is the main human character who undergoes all sorts of emotional changes.
This love interest of Jack Skellington is a rag doll with a gentle soul in "The Nightmare Before Christmas."
Shuriki may look amazing in emerald, but she's really an evil, power-hungry sorceress in the Disney series "Elena of Avalor."
This blue dragon with a furry mane is the last of her kind in "Raya and the Last Dragon."
Elizabeth Swann is no damsel in distress in Disney's live-action "Pirates of the Caribbean."
First introduced in the animated movie "Peter Pan," Tinker Bell goes on to star in a slew of other Disney movies and TV shows.
In "The Little Mermaid" this sea witch tricks Ariel into giving up her voice in exchange for legs.
The purple-faced vampire at the center of the TV series of the same name.
Violet Parr is student by day and a crime-fighting superhero by night in "The Incredibles."
A vixen in the literal sense of the word, she's Tod's love interest in "The Fox and the Hound."
The Doberman Pinscher who leads the dog pack that protects Paradise Falls in Disney's "Up."
A talking Rottweiler featured in Disney's "Up."
This little white pup thinks he's the center of attention. Of course, he does star in his own movie by the same name.
The sweet Bloodhound in Disney's "Cinderella."
One of the pups featured in "Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure."
A hunting dog as seen in "The Fox and the Hound."
This Old English Sheepdog in "101 Dalmatians” is so bushy it's hard for him to see.
This Bloodhound quickly befriends a little red fox and the pair become inseparable in Disney's 1981 "The Fox and the Hound."
This streetwise pup from "Oliver & Company" is recognizable by a red scarf he wears around his neck in place of a collar.
The cute talking dog from Disney's "Up."
The playful Great Dane in "Oliver & Company."
This prize-winning Poodle doesn't like it when other dogs come sniffing around her territory in "Oliver & Company."
Goofy is, well, a big goof. But he’s loyal and loving, just like your new puppy.
The main pooch in "Turner and Hooch,» now a Disney+ TV series.
Just like the cute Scottish Terrier from "Lady and the Tramp."
The sweetest girl Disney dog name for a proper lady—or a Cocker Spaniel, just like in "Lady and the Tramp."
Lafayette is a Basset Hound and Napoleon's companion in "The Aristocats."
Prince Eric's lovable pup companion in "The Little Mermaid."
The sweet bonnet-wearing dog in "Peter Pan."
This Bloodhound loves chasing humans who approach his territory in "The Aristocats."
One of Pongo and Perdita's 101 dalmatians, Patch is recognizable by the patch around his right eye.
A blue-eyed Pekingese pup who winds up in the pound in "Lady and the Tramp."
The pet Pug of Governor Ratcliffe from the movie "Pocahontas."
This classic Disney dog hangs out with Mickey, Minnie and the gang.
The main male doggo in "101 Dalmatians."
Matriarch of the puppy clan in "101 Dalmatians."
This ferocious Doberman is known by his red collar in "Oliver & Company."
Disney puppy names don’t get cuter than Scamp, the son of Lady and Tramp.
Even though his top and bottom halves are kept together by a slinky, Slinky from "Toy Story" is technically a Disney dog.
The sweet bloodhound with puppy-dog eyes in "The Princess and the Frog."
For most of "Beauty and the Beast," this dog was transformed into a footstool.
This pocket-sized Chihuahua is a proud, wisecracking pup in Disney's "Oliver & Company."
He's a basset hound who also solves crime in Disney's "The Great Mouse Detective."
If your pup is sweet, yet tough, he might just have the true makings of a Tramp, like the stray mutt who befriends and protects Lady in "Lady and the Tramp."
Trusty is the old bloodhound who saves the day in "Lady and the Tramp.”
Alberto and Luca
In the animated movie “Luca,” these two are best friends.
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.
Belle and Beast
For a dog duo with one pretty, proper pup and a dog who’s a bit more wild.
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.”
Sebastian and Flounder
In “The Little Mermaid,” this pair team up to help Ariel woo Prince Eric.
Timon and Pumba
The meerkat and the warthog who save Simba and teach him all about “hakuna matata” in “The Lion King.”
Famous for his line, “It’s a trap!”, Admiral Ackbar is a military leader for the Rebels.
Brussels Griffon dogs are often compared to this wookiee, 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 also 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.
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.
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 chauffeur in “Iron Man.”
Thor’s trickster brother with a serious inferiority complex, and a name especially fitting for mischievous pups.
This friend and roommate of Scott Lang in “Ant-Man” will make you laugh almost as much as your new dog’s antics.
The undercover spy and T’Challa’s former lover in “Black Panther.”
Tash for short, it’s the first name of the Black Widow in the “Avengers” series, making it especially appropriate for a black dog.
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.” If your pup has reddish fur, it’s a match.
For large breeds, try Xandar, the name of the planet in “Guardians of the Galaxy”— 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.”