55+ Adorable Male And Female Maltipoo Dog Names
Maltipoo are a cross between a Maltese and a Poodle. Originating from Malta, these fluffy adorable creatures make great companions for any dog lover out there, and will never cease to make even the toughest person cuddle up with joy.
When an owner first gets their dog, naming their dog may be quite a challenge since there are so many to choose from. It is important to consider what sort of personality it has and even whether that fits its appearance.
To make things a lot easier for you, we have compiled a list of 70 names, divided into specific categories, hopefully making it much better for you to get inspiration for naming your furry Maltipoo.
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 Maltipoo.
- Caesar – A great name for any male dog that the owner considers as supreme.
- Camelot – A beautiful name to give your male dog that is just as gorgeous.
- Lynx – This name fits the fur and coat of a Maltipoo, both shiny and light.
- Marco – While a bit random, this name seems to be quite popular for male dogs.
- Mongmong – A simple name that describes the sound of a Maltipoo’s bark.
- Napolean – Named after the great war conqueror, it is great for any dog that is viewed just as great.
- Opie – A cute little name for any small dog.
- Plato – Perfect for a dog that always looks like it is thinking about something.
- Quinton – This is a bit random, yet strangely rather befitting the appearance of a Maltipoo.
- Fonzi – A name that goes well with any curly haired dog.
Female Dog Names
The list below tries to provide the best list of names that are befitting your Maltipoo’s appearance or personality but are specifically great for females.
- Stella – This name is highly popular amongst many dog owners.
- Fuchsia – While it is the word for the color pink, it is a great name to give a Maltipoo due to its light nature.
- Gigi – A popular female name to give to a dog with any sense of elegance.
- Dolly – From the movie Hello Dolly, this name has always been rather popular.
- Crystal – A bit random, but still quite trendy with many dog owners.
- Ollie – This name can be seen as both male and female, but it is a great name to give a small pup like your Maltipoo.
- Nuni – Quite unique, it incites a warm feeling that cannot be replaced.
- Esme – A beautiful, elegant name to give a dog with a graceful appearance.
- Tiana – Usually given to girls that are seen as princesses, this dog fits a Maltipoo with elegance and grace.
- Tabitha – Slightly harsh for a dog like the Maltipoo, it is still a good choice for those with small dogs, interestingly enough.
Movie Dog Names
Naming your Maltipoo 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.
- Goofy – Originally known as Dippy Dawg, this is the name of the famous Disney character.
- Gromit – The name of the well-known clay-animation dog from the film Wallace and Gromit.
- Hooch – From the film Turner and Hooch, this is the name of the dog of a deceased man that is adopted by the main protagonist detective.
- Hubert – This name is from the dog that is in the film Best in Show.
- Lady – A romantic tale between a high-class cocker spaniel and a street-smart mutt.
- Beethoven – Not only from the famous composer and pianist, but also based on the famous dog from the film of the same name.
- Clifford – A name of the big red dog from the well-known children’s book and TV series, Clifford..
- Dogbert – The name of the sidekick pup of the comic character Dilbert.
- Fang – This is the name of Hagrid’s dog from the Harry Potter franchise.
- Ladadog – The name of the dog from the TV show Please Don’t Eat the Daisies.
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.
A word in Hebrew meaning ‘god is gracious,’ but also a great name to describe your Maltipoo’s zany hair.
This is a word to describe one of the 32 council areas of Scotland.
This is Latin American folk art object, but a name that well describes the unique quality of your Maltipoo.
Meaning ‘gift of God,’ this applies for a Maltipoo you truly believe is precious to your life.
The furry raccoon sidekick of Pocahontas, it is a cute name to give to this dog breed.
A name that means ‘treasure keeper,’ it is perfect for an adorable pup like the Maltipoo.
A variation to the word diamond, this is the name of a town in Ontario, Canada.
From the brand Abercrombie and Fitch, it is a cute little name for a small pup.
From the famous American fashion model, Gia Carangi, it fits the elegant look of a Maltipoo.
The name of the Hindu god of creation.
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.
This is a no brainer, as the very look of a Maltipoo is a furball.
Perfect for naming a fluffy dog like your Maltipoo.
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There is nothing more distinctive than the Maltipoo’s curly hair.
Another name that is fitting for this dog breed’s curly and silky hair.
This name perfectly fits the look of a dog that seems to have a wooly carpet draped over its body.
A name that is perfect for a dog that looks so absolutely cozy.
A great name for a pet that looks as furry as a cute little bunny.
No different to the other names above, it refers to the curly fur of the Maltipoo.
Once more, we have a name that refers to the curliness and fluffiness of the Maltipoo.
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 really funny.
- Buzz Pawldrin
A play on words to astronaut Buzz Aldrin’s name, this is a clever thing to call your silly dog.
Much like the famous model with gorgeous locks, this name is perfect for naming your Maltipoo that holds curly brown coat of hair.
Similar to the character from Lord of the Rings, this name exemplifies the curliness of your dog’s hair.
- Sugar Pie
Just a sweet name to give to a sweet dog.
- Tater Tot
This is also another sweet name.
- Pup Tart
Another addition to a list of sweet names, this incites a scrumptious feeling of yearning.
- Artoo Dogtoo
A play on words to R2D2, this is just for those Star Wars fans.
- Bacon (Sir Francis)
A silly name to give your dog.
- K. Growling
Based off the name of the famous writer, this is for those Harry Potter fans out there.
- Jack London
In tribute to the famous novelist, this fits the refined appearance of your Maltipoo.
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.
This is name of President Abraham Lincoln’s dog.
The name of Sigmund Freud’s pet Chow Chow. It was said that he even sat in on Freud’s many therapy sessions.
- Ace Underwood
This is the famous singer Carrie Underwood’s beloved dog. She loved him so much that she made sure he attended her wedding as one of the ring bearers.
The first dog in space through the Russian satellite Sputnik 2, this name is Russian for ‘bark.’
A unique name that belonged to the dog of the King of Norway. After being deposed, the King went about naming his dog ‘king’ for three years and demanded it be treated like royalty.
The name of a male terrier that famously discovered the Lascaux Cave.
The famous dog of Adolf Hitler. The fate of this dog was not as pleasant however, considering it was fed cyanide to test whether it was lethal.
A name of the first canine movie star that appeared in the film Rescued by Rover.
- Black Shuck
The name of a legendary ghost hound that is said to have haunted the ancient roads of Norfolk, England.
This is the name of the only dog to ever appear in William Shakespeare’s The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
There is always a lot to think about when naming your Maltipoo, but as mentioned earlier, the names listed here are just to help give you some inspiration. Every dog owner should take the time and effort to give their pet a perfect name that fits their pup’s personality and appearance. By doing so, it can help foster a healthy relationship that will last forever.