101 Greyhound Dog Names

Dog Names January 5, 2019
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101 Greyhound Dog Names

Lean and quite big, the Greyhound is a tall, slender dog breed that has most often been associated with racing.

Known for its agility and incredible eyesight, this dog is known as a sighthound and its strong legs.

Just from first appearance, you can notice they are not shaped like any other dog, as their hind legs are packed with muscle.

Due to its strong legs, profound chest, flexible spine and overall slim build, it has been recorded that the Greyhound can run up to speeds of 70 km per hour within 30 meters. That is incredibly fast.

Highly intelligent, but not as overly affectionate to strangers, these dogs are generally laid back and calm.

Naming your Greyhound is never an easy task.

Therefore, to give you a better idea, we have provided a list of 70 names, divided into various categories, for you to get some inspiration from.

Also Read: The 5 Best Dog Foods for Greyhounds

Male Dog Names

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

  • Gideon

 A strong name that fits the fast, agile, strong legs of the Greyhound.

  • Jesse

This name is one that can be used for female dogs as well, but it is great unisex name.

  • Rudy

This has been a popular choice for Greyhound owners.

  • Maximus

A moniker that fits the fast, strong, and skillful nature of the Greyhound.

  • Buster

A name that gives a strong image to a dog that has powerful legs.

  • Cody

A great name for a young male dog.

  • Speedy

This name is a great male name that describes its quick agility.

  • Bullet

This is an obvious one to refer to its incredible speed.

  • Zipper

A dog that zips around without any difficulty.

Female Dog Names

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

  • Dana

The name of a mythical Irish Goddess.

  • Gypsy

A favorite Greyhound name that is given to females.

  • Jazzy

This can be given to a male dog breed as well, but it refers to the cool side of the Greyhound.

  • Pinto

A name referring to its horse color.

  • Shannon

The name of Ireland’s longest river, this is a great female dog name for the Greyhound.

  • Uma

A popular name for dogs that have a slender build.

  • Lola

Another popular choice for female dog breeds.

  • Yana

A beautiful exquisite name for a slim female dog like the Greyhound.

  • Sadie

This is a popular choice to name a dog that is energetic and active.

  • Ruby

This is another name for a precious female dog.

  • Riley

A popular name for a female dog that is active and adorable as the Greyhound.

Movie Dog Names

Naming your Greyhound 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.

  • Bull

A dog name from Lady and the Tramp.

  • Chance

One of the dog’s name from Homeward Bound.

  • Odie

The name of the beloved Garfield’s yellow friend dog.

  • Patch

A name of one of the dogs from The 101 Dalmatians.

  • Marley

The name of the dog from Marley and Me.

  • Bruiser

Reese Witherspoon’s dog name from Legally Blonde.

  • Samantha

The beloved pet of Will Smith from the movie I Am Legend.

  • Bull

The name of a dog from the animated film Lady and the Tramp.

  • Quark

The family dog’s name from the movie Honey, I Shrunk The Kids.

  • Hank

One of the dogs name from the film The Truth About Cats and Dogs.

Exotic Dog Names

These days it seems naming your dog 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.

  • Umilan

In Serbian, this word means ‘one who is lovable.’

  • Tsering

In Tibetan, this means long life.

  • Tuki

Traveler in Wolof.

  • Wicaka

In Sioux, this means ‘to tell the truth.’

  • Yume

The word for dream in Japanese.

  • Zak

In Hebrew, this name means pure one.

  • Neosho

Osage for river.

  • Jaideep

In Hindu, this means ‘victory of the light.’

  • Euden

This means fine tree in Greek.

  • Cion

In Gaelic, this means affectionate one.

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.

  • Bones

Greyhounds don’t have a lot of meat, which makes this an ideal name describing their physical appearance. on their bones. This name is fitting to their physique.

  • Anubis

Considering that Greyhounds were bred in Egypt, and the god Anubis had a dog head, this name fits perfectly.

  • Simone

This is a name that fits a dog that often has a grey coat. It might also be given to your Greyhound since it resembles the character from Lion King.

  • Puma

A sports brand name that encompasses speed, hence the name.

  • Viper

A name that describes their ability to run around so quickly.

  • Malibu

Fast like the Malibu Chevrolet.

  • Sprint

when a greyhound reaches full speed, there are like the fast and the furious. this name is a good match that has a meaning to the name greyhound.

  • Chase

Greyhounds love to chase and be chased and they are so fast when doing it.

  • Grey

This name is obvious. Not only does it describe the dog breed type but also refers to the color of the coat.

  • Salvador

This dog has often been said to look like the famous painter, Salvador Dali.

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 funny.

  • Muttley Crue

A play on words to the band Motley Crue.

  • Salvador Dogi

This is a funny name because the dog has often been said to look like the famous painter.

  • Dunkin Butterbeans

Just a silly name for a dog.

  • Cheesebro

A ridiculous name to give to your Greyhound.

  • Choo Choo Boo Boo

A name so silly and ridiculous, it might be worth considering.

  • Tango Mango

A funny name rhymes and is worth giving to your dog.

  • Yeti Spaghetti

A name that rhymes like the one above, and is somewhat funny to have.

  • Flearoy

A silly name that makes the Greyhound look rather funny.

  • Elvis

Not necessarily a silly name, but a funny name to give to a dog that doesn’t have too much hair.

  • Patty White

A random name to give to your Greyhound, but it is funny to have regardless.

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.

  • Lady Greyhound

The famous logo in the Greyhound Lines bus company.

  • Master McGrath

A famous racing Irish Greyhound who even impressed the British Royal Family.

  • Santa’s Little Helper

The Simpson family’s brown greyhound.

  • Samantha

The pet dog from the book I am Legend that later was made into film.

  • Sammy Davis Jr.

From the book Everything Is Illuminated.

  • Rusty

The star of the 1947 film For the Love of Rusty.

  • Sabi

A Black Labrador military dog that was a part of Australian Army in Afghanistan.

  • Meatball

An English Bulldog featured in the movie Little Nicky.

  • Napoleon

The name of a dog from the film The Aristocats.

  • Nikki

A Malamute pet in the film Nikki, Wild Dog of the North.

 

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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