Most Popular Doberman Dog Names

Dog Names April 5, 2018
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Most Popular Doberman Dog Names

Known as the Doberman Pinscher in US/Canada, the Dobermann is a medium sized dog that has been recorded to have been bred in the 1890’s by a German tax collector named Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, hence the name. Standing tall and seen to have a rather graceful gait, the Dobermann has perched up ears, strong legs, and is seen to stand on its toes instead of its feet pads.

Prominently known to be guard dogs, this is because the Dobermann is always alert and are quite quick, making them lethal against intruders. They are undeniably loyal and are known to be quite intelligent. While they can get quite aggressive, if trained properly, these dogs can be absolutely affectionate companions.

While owning one may be great, it does take quite a lot of attention and care, since they are a bit stubborn and not the easiest to train, mainly due to this stubbornness. However, with consistency, love and care, they will open up quickly and their intelligence allows them to learn things fast. These dogs are definitely popular pets, and with much intrigue, the right name should be given. The 70 names below can serve as inspiration for any future Dobermann dog breed owner.

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 Dobermann.

 

  • Hidegard

A German name that many Germans seem to name their Dobermann.

  • Frank

A stern name, and one that sort of fits the appearance of a Dobermann.

  • Uwe

An interesting name that is short and unique.

  • Sebastian

A very befitting name for a graceful dog like the Dobermann.

  • Christian

This name is definitely

  • Fritz

Another German

  • Hans

Another German name for a male dog.

  • Wilhelm

A sophisticated German name for a male Dobermann.

  • Gunter

This name is another great name for a Dobermann and popular choice.

  • Klaus

This sort of encompasses the docile image of the Dobermann.

 

Female Dog Names

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

 

  • Gisela

A sweet name that is a bit unique for a Dobermann but worth considering.

  • Jan

Short for January, this is a great name for a dog that is always at the head of the line.

  • Maria

A mesmerizing name for a dog so cool and slic.

  • Petra

A unique sounding name for a female dog.

  • Liesel

A bit hard to pronounce, this name has been rising in popularity for dog owners.

  • Frieda

This is an interesting name with German roots.

  • Gertrude

A name that has a bit of a harsh tone, but is interesting to name for your Dobermann.

  • Birgit

This is a unique German name for a female dog breed.

  • Edith

A popular female name for dogs and other animals alike.

  • Martha

A highly popular name for any dog that has a rather docile personality.

 

Movie Dog Names

Naming your Dobermann 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.

 

  • Aragorn

The name of one of the main characters from Lord of the Rings.

  • Rizzo

A name of the character in Grease.

  • Liloh

One of the main characters from the animated movie Liloh and Stitch.

  • Miyagi

The main master from the movie The Karate Kid.

  • Bellatrix

A beautiful name to give to your female Dobermann. From the movie: Harry Potter series.

  • Jack Sparrow

A name of the famous pirate and lead character from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean.

  • Riddick

The name of Vin Diesel’s character from the movie The Chronicles of Riddick.

  • Bond

A sleek name for a dog as cool as the Dobermann, based on the James Bond series.

  • Buzz

The name of the main character from Toy Story.

  • Willow

The main character from the movie Willow.

 

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.

 

  • Rochana

A word for beautiful in Hindi.

  • Perama

The word for very loving in Latin.

  • Lewin

Meaning cherished friend in Latin.

  • Fredan

Meaning peace in Swedish.

  • Orun

The word for sun in Yoruba.

  • Sulalita

Meaning good charm in Hindi.

  • Fochik

Meaning the celestial stars in Chickasaw.

  • Sharonda

This means a plain, a flat area.

  • Suchi

The word for sacred in Indonesian.

  • Janta

Meaning knowledge or skill in Hindu.

 

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.

 

  • Tyson

A befitting name for a tough looking dog like the Dobermann.

  • Ranger

This name fits the fast, quick running quality of this dog breed.

  • Diesel

A name that can fit the grey tone of the Dobermann.

  • Spike

A dog that fits a cool character like this dog breed.

  • Runner

With its slender body and powerful legs, this name fits this breed.

  • Trooper

This is a perfect moniker for a name that stands tall, guardings its owner.

  • Hunter

Although the Dobermann isn’t particularly all about hunting, it is a good name for a dog that is active and loves to run.

  • Grey

This is used to describe the Dobermann’s coat (if colored grey).

  • Bozo

Another great name for an intimidating dog like the Dobermann.

  • Protector

Since the Dobermann are great guard dogs, there is no better name than this.

 

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.

 

  • Jabba the Mutt

For any Star Wars fans, this name might be quite hilarious.

  • Ginsbark

This name is a bit random and ridiculous to give to your Doberman.

  • Queen Elizabark

A name playing to the Queen Elizabeth and word ‘bark.’

  • Virginia Woof

A play to the word ‘woof.’

  • Vera Fang

This is another silly name referring to the molars of the dog.

  • James Earl Bones

A reference to the voice actor James Earl Jones. For some reason, his voice fits the look of the Dobermann.

  • Tina Spay

A reference to the actress and comedian Tina Fey.

  • Wimpy

This is a funny dog to give a Dobermann, one that is far from being wimpy.

  • Bark Wahlberg

A reference to the actor Mark Wahlberg.

  • Ma Barker

A name that pokes fun at the word ‘bark.’

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.

 

  • Shadow

The name of a Golden Retriever in the film Homeward Bound.

  • Scamp

This dog was featured in the animated series Lady and the Tramp II: Scamps Adventure.

  • Tulip

The main character of the book My Dog Tulip by J. R. Ackerley.

  • Ladybird

A famous Bloodhound in the animated TV series King of the Hill.

  • Aibe

History says that King Connacht of Ireland paid 6,000 cows for a dog with this name in the 1100s.

  • Napoleon

The name of the cute little dog in the film Napoleon.

  • Roobarb

A dog from the animated TV series Roobarb created by Grange Calveley.

  • Boomer

A name of the famous character in TV adventure drama series, Here’s Boomer.

  • Otto

A character from the comic strip Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker.

  • Velvet

The name of a dog that helped save the life of three climbers who got stranded on Oregon’s Mount Hood in 2007.

 

 

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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    Damian J Zajac

    I'm on my 3rd Doberman after falling in love with the breed with my 1st in 1991, Brutus, had the European blood, which made him huge. However as huge as he was, he was forever loyal and loved by all because of his great disposition. He lived to almost 13 before succumbing to bloat. I only waited 2 weeks before getting my next Doberman from a very reputable Philadelphia area breeder, this breeders Dobies went out the door starting at $4000.00. However, with some very strong referrals, financial assistance from both my mom & dad, and sympathy for our loss of Brutus, we were able to purchase Dandi, a handsome stud male who will always be my wife's favorite dog of all time. He had many of Brutus' traits internally but he was definitely showdog material, just a sleek black racehorse who also lived to almost 13 before succumbing to older dog issues. After Dandi passed in June 2017, we waited till October 2017 before purchasing our present male Doberman, Nico from a country breeder. Why from a country breeder, I'll never really know. It's like one day my wife was casually scanning the internet looking at Dobes, eventually having Nico land in our lap after breeder put him up for sale at the last minute. Price was right, 1st shots, ears & tail were all done and it just seemed right. So, Nico who has recently turned 1 yr old, is 28 1/2 inches tall and 92 lbs and still growing. His bloodlines are European and he's very active and always looking to stay busy & active. So far, so good and I dont see any reason why my 3rd Dobie won't bring me the same loyalty, love, and satisfaction my previous 2 did. Dedicated owners of Dobermans will always have that as long as they are reciprocal to their dog needs.

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