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Adorable Male And Female Havanese Dog Names

July 29, 2019
David

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Adorable Male And Female Havanese Dog Names

Havanese are small breed of a dog of the toy breed type. They originally are from Cuba, and make great family pets.

Havaneses are amazing family dogs, they get along with children and almost and have no problem being around other pets or environments where there may be a crowd of people.

One of the most positive and prevalent traits you can expect from your Havanese is companionship and devotion.

A Havanese can live in a small apartment without much problem since they don’t require a lot of space to enjoy themselves.

Naming these dogs can be somewhat of a daunting task, which is why we’ve provided a list of names below for Havanese dog breed owners to get a better idea on what to name their beloved pet.

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 Havanese.

  • Buddy

Derived from the word meaning friend, this is ideal for a companion dog like the Havanese.

  • Oliver

The name Oliver is an English name and symbolizes fruitfulness, peace, and dignity.

  • Barkley

In English, the meaning of this name is a tree meadow, something light and pretty like the Havanese.

  • Scrappy

The Havanese is known as a scrappy yappy dog, so what better way to name it then the word itself.

  • Charlie

A classic male name for small and medium sized dogs.

  • Alfie

This name is derived from Alfred, but is highly popular amongst small dog breed owners.

  • Manuel

A Hebrew name meaning ‘God is with us.’

  • Perico

This is the name of a town in the Matanzas Province of Cuba.

  • Pinar

This is another great male dog name referring to Pinar del Rio, a Cuban city.

  • Rodas

A town in the Cienfuegos Province of Cuba.

  • Songo

The name of a municipality in the Santiago de Cuba Province of Cuba.

Female Dog Names

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

  • Liesel

The name Liesl is a Greek baby name meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction.

  • Kate

This is a Greek baby name meaning pure, clear. It is a great name to describe the Havanese’s pure nature.

  • Birdie

The name Birdie is an American baby name meaning bird like.

  • Chloe

A perfect name for a loving and loyal pup like the Havanese.

  • Maria

A great moniker to give to a Cuban female dog.

  • Juana

It is said to mean God is gracious, and that is exactly the feeling one should have when owning a Havanese.

  • Rosa

A latin form of the word rose.

  • Adriana

Derived from the latin word adria, which means dark, this can be given to a Havanese pet that has darker coat.

  • Leticia

Derived from the word laetus which means happy, this name goes well with a Havanese pup.

  • Francisca

Meaning free one, this is a great name to give to a cheerful dog like the Havanese.

Movie Dog Names

  • Gidget

The most famous dog from the Taco Bell commercials who says, “Yo, Quiero Taco Bell!”

  • Bruiser

In the film Legally Blonde, the main character (played by Reese Witherspoon) went everywhere with her pet Chihuahua named Bruiser. Although they are different breeds, they are both small dog breeds and suits the Havanese.

  • Coco

It is the name of Cesar Millan’s dog on the TV series Dog Whisperer. This name is best attributed towards those Havanese which are loyal and very obedient to their owners.

  • Bambi

It’s the name of the deer from the Disney movie. The name however signifies innocence, courage and bravery, much like the Havanese.

  • Tito

The name is of a small dog from the animated film Oliver and Company. The name suits your Havanese’s small toy size.

  • Mammoth Mutt

In the animated series Krypto, this is the name of a Chihuahua with the ability to inflate her body into a ball to fight off enemies.

  • Buck

The name of the dog from the Jack London’s book Call of the Wild, later made into a film.

  • Adolph Dachshund

A famous dog name adapted from the character from the comic strip Dinglehoofer and His Dog.

  • Lady

A highly popular name of a Greyhound and in reference to the logo of the Greyhound Lines bus company.

  • Sammy

This is a name of a dog the film with same name Sammy Jr. Davis.

  • Antonio

A moniker of a pet from The Drew Carey Show.

  • Lou

The Beagle dog breed that was in the movie movie 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.

  • Palma

This is the name of a town in the Pinar del Rio Province of Cuba.

  • Rodas

The theme of these names are locations in Cuba, since they are exotic yet great sounding names for a dog with its roots in Cuba. This is another town.

  • Artemisa

This is a beautiful name of a city in Cuba.

  • Minas

The name of a town in the Camagüey Province of Cuba.

  • Havana

This is the capital city of Cuba.

  • Banes

The name of a city in the Holguin Province of Cuba and the word itself means valley.

  • Sandino

Another name of a town in Cuba.

  • Baracoa

This name makes a great addition to your Cuban-descent Havanese. It is the name of a city in Guantanamo Province near the eastern tip of Cuba.

  • Bayamo

This is the capital city of the Granma Province of Cuba, and one of the largest cities in the Oriente region.

  • Mella

This is the name of a town in the Santiago de Cuba Province of Cuba.

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.

  • Dino

A name perfect for your small breed Havanese.

  • Costa

This is a name that is suitable for a dog like the Havanese that originates from Cuba, as it is often given to any dog that is from the coast (hence the name).

  • Coco

A popular name for a small dog breed, especially a female one. It can be referenced to a coconut but also the famous fashion designer Coco Chanel.

  • Dolce

This is a name that perfectly describes the sweet nature of the Havanese.

  • Posy

The meaning of this word is a small flower bouquet, and what better way to sum up what the Havanese is.

  • Atom

This is a name that refers to the basic unit of matter.

  • Dinky

Another name that refers to the dog’s small size.

  • Teeny

The Havanese is a small dog breed, which makes names like this an obvious choice when pointing out its 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 funny.

  • Chacha

A type of Cuban dance music.

  • Elf

This refers to the obvious small dog breed size of the Havanese.

  • Teensy

Most of the funny names to give to a Havanese or any small dog breed for that matter relate to size obviously, much like this.

  • Button

The Havanese is absolutely adorable, and in that way, a silly name to give it is something like this.

  • Smalley

A ridiculous name to give to your pet Havanese in reference to its small size.

  • Morsel

This name alone does not sound pleasant, which is why it is a funny name to give any dog for that matter.

  • Puny

A name like this is another reference to the small size of the dog.

  • Jellybean

While there are smaller dogs than the Havanese, this name perfectly describes its cheerful, jumpy nature.

  • Half Pint

Another reference to its appearance and small size, these names are funny because of how ridiculous they are in giving to a small dog breed.

  • Pebbles

A cute name, but also sort of silly to name a 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.

  • Mimi

This is the name of celebrity Sharon Osbourne’s pet Mimi.

  • Sandy

A name of a character from the Little Orphan Annie comics.

  • Beethoven

A popular name for big and small dogs alike, highly popularized from the St. Bernard       in the Beethoven movies.

  • Pluto

This is obviously the name of the famous pup from the animated series Mickey Mouse by Walt Disney Studio.

  • Algonquin

A unique name of a dog from the 1988 movie Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.

  • Ginger

The famous pet of the award-winning singer Mariah Carey.

  • Lucky

The name of a Golden Retriever who served as Dr. Doolittle’s companion in the Dr. Doolittle movies.

  • Fluke

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

  • Zero

The white dog from the comics Little Annie Rooney.

  • Duke

The name of the dog from the movie musical Bathing Beauty.

  • Zeus

This is the name of the dog in the film Zeus and Roxanne.

  • Francis

One of the dogs from animated movie Oliver and Company.

Also Read: Best Dog Food For Havaneses

 

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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