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Border Terriers Dog Names

July 30, 2019
David

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Border Terriers Dog Names

Border Terriers were first bred near the border of England and Scotland, and were used in farming terrains to keep away foxes and other similar predators, hence the name ‘Border’ Terrier.

Border Terriers are quite intelligent, friendly around children and socialize quite well with humans. Since they have hunting genes, they are quite easy to teach and due to their wits, learn what they are taught rather quickly.

When owning a new dog, one of the first things any dog owner should do is name their beloved pup. Appearance and personality are things to consider when naming their hound.

Thus, with the right amount of research and effort, the right name can be found. To help with this process, we have provided a list of names for your Border Terrier dog breed.

Male Dog Names

Some of the names below are part of a list of popular male dog names, but also recommended monikers that fit the overall look or feel of the Border Terrier.

  • Ed

Short for Edward, this is a common English name.

  • Pablo

This is the first name of the most famous Narcotic criminal in history, Pablo Escobar.

  • Mike

Mike is quite a common name and is a regular standard for male dog names.

  • Hunter

Since Border Terriers are natural hunters, this name would be ideal for defining what it is.

  • Elvis

There is no one that does not recognize the name of the famous rock star, Elvis Presley, which is what makes this name a classic.

  • Hermes

Border Terriers are known for their agility and speed so it is worth considering giving this Roman god name to such a dog.

This is quite the fitting name for something that lights up your mind.

  • Chester

If your Border Terrier has a brownish coat, this name would be perfect for it.

  • Jack

A generic, yet classic name that can refer to the loyal traits a dog like the Border Terrier possesses.

  • Brodie

Slang for bro, this is a suitable name for a companion dog.

  • JoJo

A name that refers to the famous singers KC and Jojo. A dog that looks and seems as cool as the Border Terrier deserves such a name.

Female Dog Names

The list below tries to provide the best list of names that are befitting your Border Terrier’s appearance or personality, but are specifically great for females.

 

  • Ivy

A spicy name for a small dog like the Border Terrier.

  • Fi

A simple yet sweet name for a small sized dog.

  • Kay

This is rather straightforward, but many female dog owners have been adopting this name.

  • Flo

A cool name for any dog of any sex.

  • Fern

This is a warm name that incites the image of spring, and is good for a dog with the brown coat of a Border Terrier.

  • Hope

A name that makes dog owners smile everytime they say it.

  • Ash

This is a unisex name that became quite popular amongst dog owners over recent years.

  • Liv

Short of Olivia, it is great for any female dog owners.

  • Eda

This name is not that common but that is what makes it a good choice for female dog owners.

  • Elle

Meaning she in French, something about this name is quite beautiful and delicate for the Border Terrier.

 

Movie Dog Names

Naming your Border Terrier after a character in a movie or a dog from a famous film is the best way to give a name that is fashionable, unique, and possibly recognizable by many.

 

  • Alpha

The name of the dog from Up (not Doug).

  • Pepper

One of the many dogs from 101 Dalmatians.

  • Dante

This is the name of one of the character from the Pixar movie Coco.

  • Merida

A main character that represents strength from Brave.

  • Hamish

A name of one of the triplet boys from Brave.

  • Flounder

Another name of one of the main characters from The Little Mermaid.

  • Scud

A character from the Pixar animated film Toy Story.

  • Chip

This is the little boy from Beauty and the Beast.

  • Thunderbolt

One of the dogs from 101 Dalmatians.

  • Seymour

A dog of the main character Fry that waited for him till the end from the TV show Futurama.

 

Exotic Dog Names

These days it seems naming your dog and child something exotic is a great trend. Therefore, we had to include some of these words that may not be commonly known to provide some foreign variety.

 

  • Beitris

For a dog that has its roots around Scotland borders, this Scottish word for traveler is perfect.

  • Murdag

Another Scottish term meaning sea warrior.

  • Aifric

Meaning pleasant in Scottish, it is what the Border Terrier does for any owner.

  • Caitriona

Meaning pure, this is a long but majestic name to give to any dog, let alone a Border Terrier.

  • Lorna

Meaning victorious, it serves as a strong female dog name.

  • Rona

A Scottish word for counselor, this is quite powerful.

  • Morna

The Scottish name for festive.

  • Gormlaith

A rather long word meaning illustrious lady, ideal for any female Border Terrier.

  • Caoimhe

A unique name to give any dog, but it means gentle.

  • Ealair

A Scottish word for cheerful.

Appearance-Based Dog Names

One thing that many dog owners tend to do is name their dog after its appearance or personality. There are a lot of factors to consider when examining what goes into a dog’s defining features, whether it’s their actions in itself or simply just the color of their coat and/or size of their body.

 

  • Aila

A beautiful word for oak tree, it can refer to the scruffy nature of the Terrier’s appearance.

  • Barabal

This word means foreign, and in a way, can describe the identity of a Border Terrier.

  • Cailean

Meaning dove in Scottish, it can refer to the agile movements of this breed.

  • Edna

A classic name for a female dog that has the scruffy appearance of a Border Terrier.

  • Eimhir

A nice name for a dog that is quick on its feet since the name means swift.

  • Fiona

A nice delicate name that means white.

  • Grizel

Derived from the name Griselda which means gray battle, it can refer to the Border Terrier’s grey coat.

  • Morven

Meaning big gap, this can refer to the fact that the Border Terrier served as dog along the borders.

  • Oighrig

There are spots here and there across the Border Terrier, making this name that means speckled one quite befitting.

  • Mór

A Scottish word for great, which can describe the dog’s personality and appearance.

 

Funny Dog Names

There is no doubt that some people don’t need to give their dog a super serious name that has some profound meaning. Some dog owners like to take it easy and simply name their dog after something silly or ridiculous.

 

  • Scruff

A name that obviously refers to the messy unkempt look of a Border Terrier.

  • Tangles

This is another name that refers to the scruffy look of the Border Terrier, since it appears its hair will all be tangled up.

  • Tina Spay

A reference to the actress and comedienne Tina Fey.

  • Sasha Fierce

This is a silly name to give any dog that is strong and brave like the Border Terrier.

  • Bark Wahlberg

An obvious combination of the word bark and the actor Mark Wahlberg’s name.

  • Whoopi

A funny name that is referring to the comedienne Whoopi Goldberg’s name.

  • Felix

This name is not that funny, but the concept behind it is hilarious, since it is usually associated with Felix the Cat.

  • Ammo

A dog that may refer to the speedy quality of an agile dog, but is quite silly to use as a name.

  • Brutus

It has a rather tough vibe to the sound, which is why it makes it funny because the Border Terrier is far from looking tough.

  • El Dorado

This is a funny name for any adventure seeking dog.

 

Famous Dog Names

The names below list out some famous dog names grabbed from history, film, TV, and/or simply through the sheer fact that they are the pet of a well-known celebrity.

 

  • Cloe

A beautiful name of a Chihuahua that was known for its role in Beverly Hills Chihuahua.

  • Marley

The name of the dog who served as journalist John Grogan’s center of attention and served as the inspiration for the titular character in the film Marley and Me.

  • Riff

This is the star of the British animated TV series Tractor Tom.

  • Bo

This is a water dog that was part of the President Barack Obama’s family.

  • Balto

This is the name of the title character from the movie of the same name..

  • Andy

The name of the St. Bernard from the comic strip Mark Trail.

  • Ren

The famous Chihuahua character in the animated TV series The Ren and Stimpy Show.

  • Skip

A name of the dog from the film My Dog Skip.

  • Jock

The title character from the book Jock of the Bushveld.

  • Duke

The name of the dog from the Bush’s Baked Beans advertisements.

 

 

 

 

David

David was a dog trainer for 7 years before joining the Pupjunkies.com team. he still does it part-time. When he's not working he loves going to the park with his two Jack Russell Terrier's Joe and Bells.
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