326 Gender Neutral Dog Names Perfect for Any Pup

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326 Gender Neutral Dog Names Perfect for Any Pup

What’s in a name? When it comes to your pup, plenty! Bestowing a name upon your four-legged friend is kind of a big deal. (No pressure, of course.) And while there’s certainly nothing wrong with Bella or Max – the top dog names of 2021 for Good Girls and Good Boys, respectively – many dog parents are following baby name trends and looking for unique, gender-neutral dog names.

Not sure where to start? We have you covered! Whether you’re looking for preppy or playful, sophisticated or downright silly, this list of unisex dog names will help you find the perfect name for your new pup.

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Acorn


Try this nutty name for tiny toy breeds.

Adrian


A Latin name meaning “sea” or “water,” this aquatic name is perfect for pups who enjoy a good swim.

Alex


Traditionally short for “Alexander” or “Alexandra,” Alex is a time-tested gender-neutral name.

Amazon


The world’s largest tropical rainforest is a fitting namesake for outdoorsy pups.

Anise


As the main flavor in licorice, Anise is especially befitting of black pups.

Annapolis


Home of the United States Naval Academy, the capital of Maryland lends a maritime sensibility.

Aspen


This ski town’s moniker is perfect for dogs who love a romp in the snow.

Atlas


This unique Greek name means “bearer of the heavens.”

August


Channel the “dog days of summer” with August – or “Augie,” for short.

Austin


The capital of Texas is well suited for hipster pups.

Avery


A popular unisex choice for babies, the name Avery means “wise” in French.

Bacon


Boy or girl, every dog loves bacon.

Baby


Brand-new puppy or wizened senior, they’ll always be your Baby.

Bagel


If you name your dog Bagel, you’re almost obligated to adopt a Cream Cheese, as well.

Bailey


This classic dog name suits Good Boys and Good Girls alike.

Bambi


Although the name sounds feminine, Disney’s beloved Bambi was actually a male deer.

Basil


Meaning “royal” or “kingly,” Basil is an increasingly popular name for girls.

Bean


Perfect for petite pups!

Bear


Befitting of big buds.

Bellamy


This preppy modern moniker means “fine friend.”

Bennett


We love “Benny” for short.

Bentley


For the posh pup, Bentley is a British surname that also calls to mind luxury cars.

Berkeley


Bring on the hippie vibes with this laidback California city.

Berlin


The city is a natural fit for German breeds such as Dachshunds, German Shepherds and Weimaraners.

Bigfoot


Since no one has been able to verify the gender of Bigfoot, we’re declaring this folklore-inspired name officially unisex.

Bijou


A French word for a small, beautiful jewel, Bijou is great for toy breeds.

Billie/Billy


From Billie Holiday to Billy Idol, this popular unisex name is a pop culture fixture.

Bingo


Fans of the animated series “Bluey” know Bingo works just as well for girl dogs as boy dogs.

Biscuit


This cute classic earns two paws up.

Blake


Actress Blake Lively proves that this name of English origin is perfect for both male and female puppies.

Blizzard


Perfect for fluffy, white, swirling balls of energy.

Blue/Blu


This colorful name is common among breeds that have a bluish tint to their fur, such as Australian Cattle Dogs.

Bonbon


For the four-legged friend who is sweet, petite and simply irresistible.

Bonsai


The tiny tree makes a witty name for Miniature Poodles, Pinschers and Schnauzers.

Boo


This affectionate nickname could also be fun for dogs with ghost-white coats.

Boots


For pups with paw markings, try Boots on for size.

Bordeaux


Derived from the French word “borde,” which means “small farm,” Bordeaux is a fun twist on traditional country dog names.

Boss


Who says you can’t have a #girlboss?

Bourbon


Cheers to this spirited name for brunette boys and babes.

Bowie


A nod to David Bowie, who made androgyny an art form.

Brady


Originally a surname of Irish origin, Brady is now a popular unisex baby name.

Brandy


The liquor’s golden, oaky color lends itself well to brown-coated breeds.

Brindley


This preppy Old English name is a fun choice for dogs with brindle coat patterns.

Bristol


Old English in origin, this bucolic name means “meeting place at the bridge.”

Bronte


Meaning “thunder” in Greek, Bronte has a masculine ring to it. But it’s also a nice reference to literary sisters Emily, Charlotte and Anne.

Bronx


New York City’s northernmost borough is a trendy name for baby girls and boys alike.

Brooklyn


Traditionally a male English name, Brooklyn is now equally popular for girls thanks to celebrities such as model Brooklyn Decker.

Brownie


The tasty treat makes a sweet name for chocolate-coated dogs.

Bubbles


Saying this bubbly name will always put a smile on your face.

Butterscotch


We love this one for honey-hued pups. As a bonus, “Butters” makes for an adorable nickname.

Buttons


This cutie will never go out of style.

Cadbury


Although the chocolate company’s mascot is a bunny, we think Cadbury works just as well for dogs.

Camden


The posh London district is perfect for cosmopolitan canines.

Cameron


Actress Cameron Diaz made this male Scottish name a modern option for girls, as well.

Cannoli


The log-shaped dessert is fitting for low-rider breeds such as Dachshunds and Corgis.

Cappuccino


The coffeehouse classic serves up an adorable nickname – Chino!

Caramel


We love this one for caramel-colored sweeties.

Carmen


A Spanish name meaning “garden,” Carmen is a traditional gender-neutral moniker.

Casey


Although traditionally male in Ireland, Casey became a popular girls’ name once it crossed the pond.

Cashew


Have a nutty puppy? Try Cashew on for size!

Cassidy


This Irish surname means “curly-haired,” making it a great choice for a Poodle or Puli.

Cat


A dog named Cat? If there was ever a time, the time is meow.

Cayenne


Perfect for pups with spicy, feisty personalities!

Chai


Your go-to latte can be a great name for dogs with creamy brown coloring.

Chance


If serendipity brought your BFF into your life, give Chance a chance.

Chandler


The most famous Chandler, of course, is Chandler Bing of “Friends” fame. But did you know the Middle English name – which means “candle maker” – is traditionally female?

Charleston


The Southern city lends a little old-fashioned charm to dandy dogs.

Charlie


Frequently used as a nickname for “Charlotte,” Charlie is more popular than ever thanks to its unisex usage.

Checkers


This playful name is especially cute for black-and-white dogs.

Cheddar


Boy or girl, there’s nothing cheesy about naming your dog Cheddar.

Chestnut


Try this one for breeds with red-brown coats, such as Irish Setters.

Chiclet


Tiny and sweet, Chiclets gum is fun inspiration for pint-sized pups.

Chocolate


Dogs shouldn’t eat chocolate, but it does make a great name for brunette buds.

Cinnamon


We like this one for spicy pups with a sweet side.

Cloud


Calling all floofs! Cloud is fitting for fluffy white breeds such as the Great Pyrenees, Maltese, and Samoyed.

Clover


If you have a rescue dog, consider the name Clover, which signifies good luck.

Cocoa


Short, sweet, and perfect for chocolate-colored cuties.

Coconut


This tropical-inspired name boasts “Coco” as a cute, easy nickname.

Cody


This spunky alias has a sporty quality that works for both genders.

Coffee


Try this caffeinated name for high-energy pups.

Colby


Pups will be pleased to know that this preppy unisex moniker is also the name of a type of cheese.

Comet


The celestial body is a fun option for out-of-this-world pets.

Cookie Monster


The Sesame Street sweet tooth is male, but Cookie has a feminine quality.

Corey


Boy or girl, Corey has classic appeal.

Corwin


This Gaelic name means “heart’s companion.”

Cotton


There’s no better name for your little white fluffball.

Cream Puff


You just know Cream Puff is going to be a sweetie.

Creek


Short and simple, we recommend this nature-inspired name for water-loving breeds.

Cricket


Actor Busy Philipps has a daughter named Cricket, while Disney’s Jiminy Cricket speaks to the name’s boy appeal.

Crosby


This Scandinavian surname has become a trendy unisex first name.

Crumpet


As for breakfast-inspired names, Crumpet may be the cutest on the menu.

Cupcake


“Cupcake” is a word that will always turn heads.

Cupid


Cupid was male in classic mythology, but the Valentine-inspired name suits female pups just as well.

Curly


Have a curly-coiffed canine? Keep it simple with this descriptive name.

Cypress


Consider this arboreal name for nature-loving dogs.

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Dakota


The state-inspired name has celebrity status, including NFL quarterback Dakota “Dak” Prescott and actress Dakota Fanning.

Dandelion


This cheery choice has two built-in nicknames: Dandy and Lion!

Dara


Traditionally a male name of biblical origin, Dara is more modernly used for both sexes.

Darby


This jaunty English surname is short, snappy, and pup-perfect.

Darcy


When used for a boy, consider going formal and referencing Jane Austen’s famous character, Mr. Darcy.

Darling


The term of endearment is a sweet-as-can-be pet name.

Dayton


Bright and cheery, Dayton works well for sporty, energetic breeds.

Delta


Whether referencing the Mississippi River or the Greek alphabet, Delta has strong roots.

Denali


Have a one-of-a-kind pup? This Native American name means “the great one.”

Devon


This unisex baby name reached peak popularity in the ‘90s, making it ripe for a comeback.

Dobby


Dobby is the name of two fan-favorite British characters: Dobby the (male) house elf of “Harry Potter” fame, and Dobby the (female) IT consultant from “Peep Show.”

Domino


The game makes a playful name for black-and-white dogs.

Donut


Who can say no to a Donut?

Dover


Strong yet serene, this Celtic name means “the waters.”

Drew


Actress Drew Barrymore is proof that this traditionally male name can be an adorable choice for girls, as well.

Dublin


The Emerald Isle’s capital makes a fitting name for breeds such as Irish Setters and Irish Wolfhounds.

Dumpling


So deliciously cute, we could eat this name right up.

Dutch


Although Dutch is more commonly male, it could also be a fun nickname for Duchess.

Dylan


“Today” show co-host and meteorologist Dylan Dreyer is one of the many female Dylans proving that the name has crossover potential.

Easton


Directional names are on the rise. For a twist on the popular Weston, consider the less trendy Easton.

Echo


Originally the name of a nymph from Greek mythology, Echo is now considered gender-neutral.

Eclipse


For the pup you love to the moon and back, try this astronomical name.

Eddie


Short for Edith or Edward, Eddie has a snappy, happy appeal.

Eggroll


Seriously silly, Eggroll is a name that will always make you smile.

Emerson


Traditionally a male name, Emerson is an increasingly popular baby name for girls. (Try “Emmy” for short!)

Espresso


A drink that’s dark, rich and full of energy.

Everest


The towering mountain makes a fitting moniker for adventure-loving dogs.

Ewok


The force is strong with this name! “Star Wars” creator George Lucas modeled the famously adorable Ewoks on his own Brussels Griffon pups.

Fergie


Historically short for “Ferguson,” Fergie can also reference the American singer or English duchess.

Finnley


Hop on the trendy train with this popular gender-neutral dog name.

Flash


Perfect for speedy breeds such as Greyhounds, Whippets and Jack Russells.

Fluffy


“Fluffy” is a tried-and-true name for all pups with puff.

Forest


Nod to your pet’s wild ancestors with this nature name.

Frankie


Short for “Francis,” Frankie is an endearing unisex nickname.

Freckles


When Spot feels a little too obvious, try Freckles for pups with speckles.

French Fry


When choosing a food-inspired name, opt for something as beloved as dogs. French Fry fits the bill!

Frenchie


Oui oui! This Francophile name suits French breeds such as Poodles, Papillons, and of course, French Bulldogs.

Frosty


It’s not just for snowmen! Frosty is fitting for fluffy white pups.

Georgie


This old-school name has plenty of charm for both ladies and tramps.

Ghost


Have a Huskie? Although he was the runt of the litter, Ghost became the fan-favorite direwolf on “Game of Thrones.”

Gold


In our eyes, every dog deserves Gold.

Guacamole


Like the dip, Guac the pup is sure to be a hit at parties.

Gumdrop


The classic candy makes a sweet name for little lads and lassies.

Happy


If you’re Happy and you know it, clap your paws!

Harley


The iconic motorcycle makes a great gender-neutral dog name for fun-loving pups who can appreciate a good road trip.

Harper


Although an extremely popular name for baby girls today, Harper is traditionally male.

Harrie/Harry


Whether short for Harriet or Harold, this cheery name has plenty of pup potential.

Hendrix


Does your dog simply rock? Nod to Jimi with this music-inspired name.

Hershey


For your chocolate-coated companion, consider this classic candy.

Honey


Is there anything sweeter than Honey for golden-hued dogs?

Honor


This virtuous name is befitting of man’s loyal best friend.

Indie


Chirpy and quirky, Indie is a fun name for dogs with an independent spirit.

Indigo


Greek in origin, Indigo is a colorful choice.

Ireland


Pay tribute to your breed’s Irish heritage with this shout-out to the Emerald Isle.

Izzy


This happy-go-lucky name can be short for Isabel or Isaac.

Jamie


With well-established gender-neutral roots, Jamie is as versatile as they come.

Java


Another caffeinated name, Java brings a happy energy.

Jellybean


Whether you go with “Jelly” or “Bean,” you can’t go wrong when it comes to Jellybean nicknames.

Jessie


Boy or girl, Jessie has a playful charm.

Joey


When used for a pup, this common human name feels unexpected and funny.

Jordan


“Jordie” is a fun shortened version of this gender-neutral dog name.

Journey


Whether a reference to the rock band or a voyage, Journey is a free-spirited choice.

Jules


Short for Julie or Julian, Jules has its roots in English and Latin, meaning “youthful.”

Juneau


Consider Alaska’s capital for Alaskan Malamutes and Huskies.

Kahlúa


The coffee liqueur reminds us of dogs – sweet, zippy, and always fun.

Kai


Meaning “ocean” in Hawaiian, Kai is great for your beach bud.

Kelby


This idyllic Old Norse name means “farm near the spring.”

Kennedy


Irish in origin, Kennedy has been a perennially popular unisex name in the U.S. since the ‘90s.

Kerry


This preppy choice has country club vibes.

Kit Kat


For an ironic feline-inspired nickname, call your pup “Kat” for short.

Kiwi


Kiwi is a great name for any dog. But it’s especially fitting for native New Zealand breeds, including the Huntaway and New Zealand Heading Dog.

Koa


Meaning “warrior” in Hawaiian, Koa may be the perfect name for your feisty Chihuahua.

Kodiak


With a wild wink, Kodiak is a nature-inspired natural for outdoor-loving dogs.

Kona


For a fresh take on coffeehouse names, this Hawaiian name offers a tropical twist.

Lake


Pure and peaceful, Lake is lovely for pups who love a good paddle.

Lane


This English boys’ name has become a short and sweet option for girls thanks to the gender-neutral name trend.

Lani


Meaning “sky,” Lani has its roots in Hawaiian.

Lee


From the Old English word meaning “meadow,” Lee is a classic that always feels fresh.

Leland


This old-fashioned English name is becoming popular among parents searching for a unique unisex name.

Lennon


Pay homage to the legendary Beatle with Lennon (or “Lenny” for short!)

Lennox


“Lenny” also makes a great nickname for the more formal Lennox.

Licorice


For black-coated pups, Licorice hits the mark.

Logan


This unisex Scottish moniker is also the alias of Wolverine of X-Men fame.

London


London makes a fun choice for breeds native to the UK, such Yorkshire Terriers, English Springer Spaniels and the Queen’s beloved Pembroke Welsh Corgis.

Lotus


As both an exotic flower and a yoga pose, Lotus imparts calming vibes.

Lucky


If your best bud is a rescue, Lucky sounds just right.

Lumi


A Finnish name meaning “snow,” Lumi is a unique spin on the usual winter-inspired names.

Lupin


Rooted in Latin, the name Lupin means “wolf-like.” Fans of the Harry Potter series will recognize the reference to Remus Lupin, the werewolf professor.

Macaron


The adorable dessert is a sweet namesake for adorable pups.

Macaroni


If you like the popular dog name “Mac,” consider using it as a nickname for “Macaroni.”

Mackenzie


Yelling “Mackenzie!” at the dog park will always sound silly – and that’s why we love it.

Madigan


Have a petite pup? This Irish name means “little dog.”

Magic


There is, indeed, something magical about the bond we share with dogs.

Mahogany


This one is perfect for brunette buds with a hint of red.

Maple


Whether alluding to the tree or the syrup, Maple has pup potential.

Marin


Rooted in Latin, Marin is a refreshing name meaning “of the sea.”

Marley


The mischievous pup at the center of the bestselling book “Marley & Me” is a boy, but Marley works just as well for female dogs.

Marshmallow


Fluffy, puffy and sweet, there’s no better namesake treat.

Martini


A spirited choice for the life of the party.

Maui


You can’t go wrong with island vibes.

Midnight


Another great choice for dark-coated pups.

Milan


The glamorous city makes a sophisticated name for Italian breeds such as the Maltese, Cane Corso and Neapolitan Mastiff.

Milkshake


Milkshake is a cute name for any pup, but it’s especially clever for black-and-white dogs.

Milky Way


Galaxy or candy bar, Milky Way is sure to be a star.

Mississippi 


Fun to say and fun to spell, Mississippi is a unique place-inspired choice.

Memphis


Give your pup a musical legacy with Memphis, the birthplace of rock and roll.

Mittens


For dogs with paw markings, we’re smitten with Mittens.

Miyu


This Japanese name means “beautiful moon.”

Mocha


We like Mocha a latte for brown pups.

Mochi


The delicious Japanese dessert can also make a sweet dog name.

Molasses


If you have a super-speedy breed such as a Greyhound or Whippet, try Molasses for a funny name.

Momo


This Japanese name means “peach.”

Monet


For an artistic allusion, consider Monet for painterly pups.

Monkey


We love this one for playful pups who are always “monkeying” around.

Monroe


A boy’s name of Scottish origin, Monroe also calls to mind the famous actress, Marilyn.

Montana


State names are always great options, especially when they contain as much natural beauty as Montana, home of the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains.

Moon


This lunar name earns a howl of approval.

Morgan


From Morgan Freeman to Morgan Fairchild, this name works great for all genders.

Muffin


When it comes to food-inspired names, Muffin is mutt-tastic.

Munchkin


It’s an obvious choice for small breeds, but we’d also love to meet a Great Dane named Munchkin.

Navy


Choose this maritime moniker for water-loving breeds.

Nevada


The state’s name means “snow-covered” in Spanish.

Nike


Nike was a Greek goddess, but the name now has a sporty, unisex appeal.

Ninja


Perfect for the pup who can silently sneak into the treats when no one is looking.

Noir


French for “black,” Noir has an elegant air.

Noodle


This fun food name is perfect for silly, wiggly pooches.

Nori


This gender-neutral Japanese name means “belief.”

Nova


For pups who deserve all the gold stars, consider this celestial name.

Nugget


This diminutive name suits smaller breeds.

Nutella


Perfect for nutty pups who are just as sweet.

Nutmeg


Sprinkle this spice name on light brown doggos.

Oakley


For more casual use, go with “Oak” for short.

Oatmeal


The breakfast staple’s old-fashioned wholesomeness makes it a popular name for man’s best friend.

Ocean


The simple seafaring name suits salty dogs with sandy paws.

Olive


Olives may be a divisive food, but everyone can agree they make a cute dog name.

Onyx


The black-hued stone is thought to offer protection by absorbing and transforming negative energy.

Orion


The prominent constellation is home to some of the brightest stars in the night sky.

Pancake


Just like dogs, pancakes always bring a smile to our face.

Panda


This playful name is fun for black-and-white dogs.

Panther


For black dogs, take a little inspiration from our feline friends.

Paprika


For ginger-coated dogs, spice things up with Paprika.

Parker


Your dog will love that “Park” is right there in their name.

Pat


Short for “Patrick” or “Patricia”—your call.

Patches


Pups with unusual markings make perfect Patches.

Paxton


An English name meaning “peace town,” Paxton is a preppy unisex choice.

Peanut Butter


Why not name your dog after their favorite treat?

Pebbles


Try this mini moniker for toy breeds.

Penguin


Hilarious for any dog, Penguin is especially cute for black-and-white pooches.

Pepper


For a name with a spicy personality, consider Pepper.

Percy


Short and sassy, Percy calls to mind a very pampered pooch.

Peyton


Although now common for baby girls, football legend Peyton Manning proves the name’s versatility.

Phoenix


Whether you’re name-checking Arizona’s capital or the mythical bird, Phoenix is just plain cool.

Pickles


This name comes with a pedigree. In 1966, Pickles the Collie was credited with finding the stolen Jules Rimet Trophy, which had gone missing in England before the FIFA World Cup.

Piglet


If you have the type of dog who will eat anything, Piglet might be appropriate.

Pip


Traditionally short for Philip or Philipa, this English nickname has an old-timey charm.

Pistachio


Nutty puppy? Consider Pistachio!

Popsicle


Pay tribute to summer with the frozen treat.

Porkchop


If you grew up watching the cartoon “Doug,” you’ll remember Porkchop was the beloved pup of all the Funnie family members.

Presley


While the name Elvis is decidedly male, Presley is a unisex way to reference the King of Rock ’n’ Roll.

Pudding


Whether your pup has a vanilla or chocolate coat, Pudding is a spoonful of sweetness.

Puffin


Why name your dog after a bird? Because Puffin (or Puff, for short) is super fun to say.

Pumpkin


As a common term of endearment, Pumpkin is always a gourd choice. (See what we did there?)

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Quinn


This Irish name is a popular choice for baby girls and boys alike.

Quinoa


The trendy grain may appeal to health-conscious dog parents.

Ramsey


Historically, this Scottish surname meant “island of wild garlic.” But today, it’s a gender-neutral first name.

Raven


Black-coated boys and girls alike are natural candidates for Raven.

Regan


This established unisex baby name has its roots in Gaelic.

Rebel


Australian actress Rebel Wilson has given a funny face to this edgy name.

Reese


Actress Reese Witherspoon was a trendsetter with this now popular unisex name.

Remy


The traditionally male French name is enjoying a gender-neutral renaissance.

Ren


Ren of “The Ren & Stimpy Show” was a male dog, but the name also means “lily” in Japanese.

Riley


Boy or girl, baby or puppy, Riley is as versatile as they come.

River


Although more than twice as popular as a boys' name, River is also increasingly used for baby girls, as well.

Robin


Thanks to Batman, Robin will always make a great name for a loyal sidekick.

Rogan


Meaning “red-headed,” Rogan is another fitting choice for ginger girls and gents.

Rogue


For dogs who like to do things their way, Rogue has an independent streak.

Rory


The “Gilmore Girls” heroine solidified Rory as a gender-neutral choice.

Sable


Slavic in origin, Sable means “black.”

Sage


Perfect for our wise four-legged friends.

Sailor


This seafaring name is great for your furry first mate.

Salsa


Both spicy and mild-mannered pups can make good Salsas.

Sammy


A jolly nickname for both Samuel and Samantha.

Sasha


A popular unisex name in its native Russia, Sasha is a great choice for Siberian breeds such as Samoyeds and Huskies.

Sawyer


Tom Sawyer added an Americana appeal to this gender-neutral English name.

Scout


Try this wayfaring name for Retriever breeds who are always ahead of the pack.

Shadow


For the faithful friend who is always (and we mean always) by your side.

Shelby


Trendy in the ‘90s, Shelby has staying power for gender-neutral dog names.

Shiloh


Shiloh the Beagle was male in the popular family movie, but the name is plenty popular for girls, as well.

Skittles


Perfect for pups with sweet and colorful personalities.

Sky


There’s simply no limit for a pup named Sky.

Sloane


Though this name is on the rise for babies, we’re almost certain you won’t meet another Sloane at the dog park.

Smokey


Gray and black dogs make especially good Smokeys.

Snickerdoodle


If you have a “Doodle” breed, take a cue from the cookie!

Snickers


Fun fact: Snickers candy bars were named after Snickers the horse, a favorite pet of the Mars family!

Snowflake


Because just like snowflakes, every dog is special and unique.

Socks


We like this silly name for dogs with different colored paws.

Sprinkles


Speckled pups make stellar Sprinkles.

Squirrel


This unlikely name is sure to earn giggles at the dog park.

Starling


Inspired by the black bird, Starling offers “Star” as a lovely pet name.

Stevie


Stevie Nicks assured this name would always have a gender-neutral cool.

Strawberry


This fresh pick has a summer spirit.

Storm


Dogs may not like them, but Storm remains a powerful, nature-inspired name.

Sundance


If you’re a movie buff, consider borrowing the name of the famous film festival.

Sunny


There’s no better name for the pup who brightens every day.

Sushi


The takeout treat also makes a great dog name.

Sydney


The Australian city capitalizes on two trends: place names and gender-neutral names.

Tallahassee


The Florida capital brings a Southern swagger.

Taylor


Singer Taylor Swift and actor Taylor Lautner are just two famous examples.

Tennessee


Rustic and twangy, Tennessee calls to mind a country dog.

Tennyson


For everyday use, “Tenny” makes an affectionate nickname.

Terry


Terry is a funny nickname for two equally funny dog names – Terrence and Theresa.

Tiger


Brindle dogs can sometimes appear to have a tiger pattern.

Tiny


For an ironic twist, we recommend Tiny for Saint Bernards and Great Danes.

Toby


Today it’s more commonly used for males, but Toby was a popular girls’ name in the 1930s.

Toffee


Less common than Caramel, Toffee suits light brown dogs.

Tofu


If you’re vegetarian, Tofu might be right up your alley.

Tony/Toni


This casual name can be short for Antoinette or Anthony.

Tracy


Comedian Tracy Morgan shows this name’s roots as a male moniker.

Truffle


Tiny, chocolate-coated dogs are good candidates for Truffle.

Vegas


We love this luck-inspired name for rescue pups.

Waffles


Why do breakfast items make such great dog names? It’s a mystery—but we do know Waffle is a winner.

Wiggles


For those happy tails that never stop wagging.

Winter


Celebrate the season with this straightforward yet elegant name.

Wonton


Cute word, cute food, cute dog – win, win, and win.

Wookiee


Chewbacca is male, but Wookiees can be male or female in the “Star Wars” universe.

Yeti


The ape-like creature who allegedly patrols the Himalayan mountains makes a funny namesake for fluffy white dogs both big and small.

Zaire


Of African origin, the name Zaire means “River.”
That’s a massive list of gender-neutral dog names! Still looking for dog name inspiration? Check out our list of the best dog names for even more suggestions for naming your new pup. We know you’ll find the perfect fit.

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