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Male And Female Labradoodle Dog Names

Dog Names November 15, 2019


Male And Female Labradoodle Dog Names

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A cute mix between a Labrador and a Poodle, these scrappy looking breeds are prominently known for their hypoallergenic coats, which have intrigued many dog owners when it comes to caring for a pet.

Although these dogs have not yet been recognized as an official breed, they are still a choice that dog parents tend to select when looking for a scruffy, easy-to-care-for dog.

These dogs are a fun breed to name due to their fleecy coat, scruffy appearance and healthy appetite.

There is a wide variation of funny names to choose from.

In order to get some inspiration, it is recommended that you take a look at the list of names below that might befitting for your Labradoodle 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 Labradoodle.

  • Token

A male dog name that refers to the special quality their pet may have on the owner.

  • Taco

An interesting choice for a male dog name.

  • Toby

A moniker that fits the look of a Labradoodle.

  • Max

A very common name for dogs on a bit bigger size.

  • Jabba

A reference to Jabba the Hutt, this name is great for dogs that are slightly bigger.

  • Wagner

This name is a popular choice for male dog names, especially for hounds like the Labradoodle that are full of happiness.

  • Remington

A name that has an air of class.

  • Joey

This name is for those goofy dogs that love to play around.

  • Ozzy

Another common choice for male dogs, especially those with wacky hair.

  • Tiger

A name for male dogs that are slightly bigger and may have the appearance of a tiger.

Female Dog Names

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

  • Nala

A great name for a female dog. It is easy to pronounce.

  • Waffle

A cute name to give a dog that is simply adorable and scrumptious.

  • Lovely

This name is rather straightforward.

  • Riley

One of the most popular female dog names out there.

  • Uma

A simple name for a dog that does not ask for too much.

  • Shae

A beautiful name for a dog that is willing to give you her all.

  • Lily

This name is quite common in the list of popular female dog names.

  • Missy

A straightforward name and one that is definitely easy to call.

  • Macey

This name is great for great companion dogs.

  • Roxie

A great name to give a tough looking female dog. This might not be the case for the Labradoodle, but it fits because of its all-over-the-place hair.

Movie Dog Names

Naming your Labradoodle after a celeb 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.

  • Cleo

The name of the goldfish from Pinocchio.

  • Georgette

A character from the movie Oliver and Company.

  • Bull

The name of the dog from Lady and the Tramp.

  • Thunder

The name of a puppy from 101 Dalmatians.

  • Nigel

One of the characters from the 3D animated film Finding Nemo

  • Pongo

The name of the father of the puppies from 101 Dalmatians.

  • Rita

Another character from Oliver and Company.

  • Nana

The Saint Bernard of the family from Peter Pan.

  • Ariel

The main red-headed mermaid from The Little Mermaid.

  • Lafayette

A character from The Aristocats.

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.

  • Cuan

In Gaelic, this word means harbor; safety.

  • Jaideep

In Hindu, it means victory of the light.

  • Pedion

In Greek, this means field; open country.

  • Yohan

In Hebrew, this word means dove.

  • Somendra

Referring to the goddess Indra in Hindi.

  • Chomden

To mean overcome the negative in Tibetan.

  • Upe

A short word for river in Lithuanian.

  • Phereniki

The bringer of victory in Greek.

  • Tariqa

This means the spiritual way in Persian.

  • Afiya

A word that means good health, well being in Arabic.

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.

  • Doodle

This is simply in reference to its Poodle background, and taken from its name.

  • Curls

Due to its Poodle background, it is inevitable for it to have curly hair.

  • Goldy

This is a blatant reference to the gold locks of its coat.

  • Triste

Meaning sad, this probably fits because the dog always appears sad.

  • Scruffy

A dog with as much wild hair like the Labradoodle deserves this type of name.

  • Carpet

This is another great name for a dog that looks like a walking carpet.

  • Split

This refers to the split ends the dog seemingly looks like it has.

  • Shampoo

This is a funny name that refers to the wild hair that is everywhere and need to shampoo it.

  • Goldilocks

Just a good name for a gold coated dog, especially one that has wild curly locks like the Labradoodle.

  • Winston

A name like this fits the calm demeanor of the Labradoodle.

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.

  • Dog Johnson

A name that is direct and straight to the point, but a bit silly to give to any dog.

  • Anderson Pooper

Named after the news anchor Anderson Cooper, this name is just a play on that.

  • McGiblet

This is an absolutely ridiculous name to give to your mutt.

  • Jabba the Mutt

While the name Jabba might work, using this full name (play on Jabba the Hutt from Star Wars) is simply silly.

  • Diggy Azalea

This name is a play on the singer Iggy Azalea.

  • Winnie the Poodle

This one is obviously referring to the lovable toy bear, Winnie the Pooh.

  • Scarlet O’Hairy

A name that refers to Scarlet O’Hare. It is rather funny and ridiculous.

  • Hamburglar

This is directly from the McDonald’s character that steals burgers.

  • C3 Pee-O

Another Star Wars reference, this is kind of cool but ridiculous at the same time.

  • William Shakespaw

Named after the famous playwright, William Shakespeare.

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.

  • Martha

This is the name of the dog from the book Martha Speaks.

  • Spot

The name of the dog from the 1946 book Dick and Jane.

  • Bo

A name of the pet of the first family of United States, the President Barack Obama family.

  • Jean

The name of the dog that served as a regular actor in the silent movies during the 1900s.

  • Boston Beans

The name of the pet owned by the 30th U.S. President, Calvin Coolidge.

  • Diesel

A dog from the film Snow Dogs.

  • Lucky

A Golden Retriever that serves as the right hand man of the character Dr. Doolittle.

  • Fifi the Peke

A Pekingese dog from Pluto, the world’s most famous animation by Walt Disney.

  • Black Jack

The name of the pet of legendary U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt.

  • Doggie Daddy

The name of the dog from the TV show The Quick Draw McGraw Show.


David was a dog trainer for 7 years before joining the 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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