100 Best Female Dog Names of 2019

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Picking out the perfect dog name for a female dog can be quite a challenge because of all their different personalities, fur color, and eye color.

When you put their entire characteristics together including what your passions are, you might be able to come up with a perfect fit. Those are some things to think about when choosing a dog name and some of the best female dog names for 2019 ran in certain categories. Favorites were flowers, gemstones, and foodie topics. Certain cities started to rank high as names along with notable sports figures. Some traditional ones were taken from movies, books, and television.

  1. Ivy
  2. Blossom
  3. Rose
  4. Fern
  5. Tulip
  6. Orchid
  7. Daisy
  8. Lily
  9. Sunflower
  10. Dahlia
  11. Ruby
  12. Sapphire
  13. Emerald
  14. Diamond
  15. Silver
  16. Amber
  17. Jade
  18. Pearl
  19. Topaz
  20. Moonstone
  21. Onyx
  22. Noir
  23. Indigo
  24. Tiffany
  25. Sienna
  26. Copper
  27. Teal
  28. Garnet
  29. Violet
  30. Blush
  31. Cinnamon
  32. Ginger
  33. Pepper
  34. Poppy
  35. Lavender
  36. Rosemary
  37. Honey
  38. Sugar
  39. Cupcake
  40. Caramel
  41. Sundae
  42. Peach
  43. Popcorn
  44. Waffle
  45. Pumpkin
  46. Apple
  47. Strawberry
  48. Jam
  49. Cookie
  50. Muffin
  51. Portland
  52. Seattle
  53. Dallas
  54. Chicago
  55. Miami
  56. Paris
  57. Milan
  58. Bali
  59. Mecca
  60. Vienna
  61. Serena
  62. Venus
  63. Danica
  64. Lindsey
  65. Mia
  66. Nadia
  67. Simone
  68. Ronda
  69. Katarina
  70. Gale
  71. Storm
  72. Rain
  73. Rainbow
  74. Misty
  75. Snow
  76. Icicle
  77. Autumn
  78. Summer
  79. Flame
  80. Wave
  81. Katniss
  82. Scarlett
  83. Alice
  84. Uma
  85. Sigourney
  86. Emma
  87. Leia
  88. Lara
  89. Mulan
  90. Trinity
  91. Calypso
  92. Callie
  93. Ashby
  94. Brook
  95. Willow
  96. Peyton
  97. Ring
  98. Taylor
  99. Mackenzie
  100. Lake

What Are the Best Dog Names in 2019?

For 2019, there is a plentiful crop of botanical names for your girl pet. Rose has always been at the top of the list, but some new ones, like orchid, may fit a sassy or exotic dog, and sunflower might do for a small dog with a big heart. Ivy has become popular as well as Blossom and Fern.

Naming Dogs by Color

Your female canine is probably the gem of your heart, so finding the perfect gemstone name might be easy. If your dog has any reddish hues in her fur or eyes, the name Ruby or Amber may play it up. If your pup is blue or merle, think about Sapphire, Silver, or Topaz. Gemstone collars are all the rage. For 2019, popular gemstone themed names are Diamond, Emerald, and Pearl. Dogs with green eyes can be named Jade or Moonstone also.

The colors of the rainbow can make beautiful dog names, and when you narrow them down to be more feminine, you get a unique selection. Some of the colors of the rainbow are also names of familiar objects. Black dogs are perfect for the name Onyx or Noir, which is French for black. Indigo is somewhat bohemian, and Tiffany reminds you of the Tiffany blue boxes of jewelry. Sienna and Copper are both sunset and sunrise themed names. Teal is one of the newcomers to the female dog list as well as Blush. Garnet and Violet are still as popular as ever.

Naming Dogs by Food

Cooking fans can honor their craft by naming their dog after a delicious spice. Cinnamon, Pepper, and Ginger have always sprouted visions of spiciness and might be good for a sassy dog. A sweet dog may lean more towards lavender, honey, or sugar.

Some of your favorite cooking dishes or recipes might have made it into the 2019 list. Cupcake is still a trendy name, and some newer ones are Caramel and Sundae, which is spelled like the ice cream style. If your dog has a little pop think about Popcorn, Waffle, or Jam. Some cuddly dogs might be a perfect match for Cookie or Muffin, and vegetarians may go for the popular name Apple or Strawberry.

Naming Dogs by City

If you love to travel or you have already seen the world, the right girl name for your dog could be one of your favorite places. Famous cities have become very popular for names. In the United States, some cities that are now popular names are Chicago and Dallas. For the northwest, you might like Seattle or Portland. If you travel around the world, something more global, like Milan, Paris, or Vienna, may ring true for your dog.

Naming Dogs by Sports Figures

Women are now coming into their own in many athletic arenas. Some great inspirational names can come from female sports figures. If you are a tennis fan, Venus or Serena might be at the top of your list, or if you are into NASCAR, Danica might be the only name for you. Skiers and snowboarders should think about Lindsay and soccer players, Mia. There are also gymnast, ice skaters, and now female boxers that give us new and fresh ideas for 2019.

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