Dog Names

Cocker Spaniels Dog Names

March 5, 2019
David

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Cocker Spaniels Dog Names

Cocker Spaniels are long-looking dog that have a beautiful coat of hair and belong to two breeds of the spaniel types: the English and American Cocker Spaniel.

Long ago, they were used as hunting dogs back in the UK and can be traced as far back as the 14th century. Although they were mentioned in the writings back then, it is still not certain where exactly they originated from.

Sweet, adorable, and amiable, these instinctual hunters are worth investing into.

Whether you are re-naming your new Cocker Spaniel or just figuring out its name after owning one, it is important to take a look at the list of the best 70 names for Cocker Spaniel dog breed to make the process slightly easier and less burdensome.

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 Cocker Spaniel.

  • Carlton

Coming from the show Fresh Prince of Bel’Air, this name is a funny male name to give.

  • Hipster

The dog itself looks like it could be part of a hipster group.

  • Bobby

A common choice of dog names with droopy look.

  • Avery

A somewhat unique male dog name that was in the list of popular choices.

  • Bear

Although it doesnt have the look of a bear, it definitely has the coziness of one.

  • Coco

This can be used as a female dog name as well.

  • Dude

A simple yet straightforward thing to call your male companion.

  • Archie

A very popular choice of male dog names.

  • Brisket

This could describe the dog’s wavy hair.

  • Diesel

Although this dog does not have a tough demeanor like the name implies, it is good name for a dog of this size.

 

Female Dog Names

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

  • Lessie

This a great name for a female Cocker Spaniel, especially one that walks around all mopey looking.

  • Blossom

This is a good name for a dog that is has as much fur as the Cocker Spaniel.

  • Hilla

A rather unique female dog name, it is easy to say and remember.

  • Jasmine

This is one of the more popular choices for female dog names.

  • Bonzai

Referring to the bonzai trees, this may be suggested if your Cocker Spaniel has hair that always need to be trimmed.

  • Belle

One of the most common, yet popular choice of female dog names.

  • Chyna

A unique name that has been growing in popularity in more recent years.

  • Mags

Short for Maggie, it is just a variation to one of the most popular female dog names out there.

  • Juilanna

Strangely enough, many have said that this name fits the appearance of their droopy Cocker Spaniel.

  • Ayla

This name is quite unique in the way it is spelt, pronounced, and heard, hence the consideration.

 

Movie Dog Names

Naming your Cocker Spaniel 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.

  • Bette

Reference the star Bette Davos, this is a cool name for a Cocker Spaniel.

  • Connery

Another simple name that refers to the famous star Sean Connery.

  • Gibson

This refers to Mel Gibson, and is quite the interesting name to give your dog.

  • Boo

This is a name of a character from the film Monsters Inc.

  • Elsa

The name of the protagonist from the hit film Frozen.

  • Nick

Another name from a character from the film Zootropolis.

  • Belle

A highly popular name for female dogs, and a character from Beauty and the Beast.

  • Hugh

This name refers to the celebrity Hugh Jackman.

  • Trinity

This is a character from the movie The Matrix.

  • Sandra

Named after the Hollywood actress Sandra Bullock, it is an interesting name to give to your female Cocker Spaniel.

 

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.

  • Wicaka

In Sioux, it means to tell the truth.

  • Tsivya

In Spanish, it means gazelle.

  • Qadir

In Arabic, it means capable one.

  • Ozoa

A name meaning the good road in life in Yoruba.

  • Kono

A Japanese word for great dexterity.

  • Pachama

In Inca, this word means Mother Earth.

  • Venetia

It is the famous city of canals in Italy.

  • Solen

Meaning light in Swedish.

  • Batua

Meaning unity in Basque.

  • Walaa

In Arabic, this word means loyalty.

 

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.

  • Queenie

This name seems to resonate with a lot of Cocker Spaniel owners.

  • Rosy

Considering this dog is always usually happy, this name fits its personality.

  • Foxy

Being a hunter dog with a foxhound background, this name fits.

  • Betty

Many Cocker Spaniel owners have associated this name with their own.

  • Velvet

This might be referring to the texture of its coat, which appears like a velvet carpet.

  • Sassy

Many times, Cocker Spaniels can be rather sassy, which is why this name might fit.

  • Hooch

This name fits the appearance of the Cocker Spaniel.

  • Fergi

A seemingly popular choice amongst many owners of this breed.

  • Sheba

A popular name that is chosen by many Cocker Spaniel owners.

  • Maddy

This name is one that fits the image of a Cocker Spaniel.

 

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.

  • Bogart

A name for a dog that may look rather tough and old, which the Cocker Spaniel sort of does.      

  • Deadpool

A rather random name to give a dog, which is what makes it hilarious.

  • Bingo

This is a funny name a dog that looks like the Cocker Spaniel.

  • Beethoven

This is a famous name for a dog that is used by many.       

  • Ma Barker

Kate “Ma” Barker was the notorious mother of criminals in the Midwest back during the “public enemy” era in US history.     

  • First Mate

A name that many may give to their first mate that boards the boat with them.

  • Captain Kirk

A dog that puts itself at the forefront of everything may enjoy this name     

  • Vader

This is the name for anybody that loves Star Wars. 

  • Sole Mio

For any dog that loves to bark away.

  • Benji

This is based on a dog from a film of the same name.

 

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.

  • Beautiful Joe

A famous character in the novel, Beautiful Joe: The True Story of a Brave Dog.

  • Tramp

The highly popular name based on the dog from the 1955 Disney movie, The Lady and the Tramp.

  • Huan

A name found in the novel The Silmarillion written by J. R. R. Tolkien.

  • Wheely Willy

A name of a paralysed dog famous for its ability to get around on wheels.

  • Dewey

This is a name of one of the crew dogs in Eight Below, the movie based on a Japanese Antarctic expedition.

  • Gelert

This dog became a legend in the famous village of Beddgelert in Wales.

  • Chief

A name from the animated movie The Fox and the Hound.

  • Reddy

A name of the dog featured in the TV series Ruff and Reddy.

  • Digby

This is the name of the dog star from the film Digby.

  • Andy

The name of the dog from the comic strip Mark Trail.

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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