Christmas Dog Names – 110+ Joyful IdeasLast updated: by Jessi Larson
Looking for Christmas dog names? You’re in for a treat. We’ve got 110+ ideas that are joyful, merry and bright!
Perhaps you got a puppy as a Christmas present and want to commemorate the occasion with a dog name that celebrates the season. Or, you absolutely love Christmastime and want to carry that through to your dog’s name.
In our opinion, you can never get enough of Christmas, and picking a Christmas dog name allows you to stay in the holiday spirit all year long. There’s certainly no shame in that game!
From notable Christmas characters to seasonal inspiration to festive foods, our ultimate list of Christmas dog names is sure to have ideas you adore.
Christmas Dog Names – Christmas Characters
When it comes to Christmas dog names, we can’t think of better inspiration than the plethora of Christmas characters in our culture.
The list below includes characters from holiday books, TV shows, movies and more. Without a doubt, these are the ultimate Christmas dog names.
- Bob Cratchit
- Buddy the Elf
- Charlie Brown
- Cindy Lou Who
- Clark Griswold
- Cousin Eddie
- Jack Skellington
- Jacob Marley
- Ralphie (from A Christmas Story)
- Rudy (short for Rudolph)
- Saint Nick
- Tiny Tim
Christmas Dog Names – Seasonal Inspiration
Moving on, let’s now look at other seasonal inspirations like Christmas decorations, holiday greetings and much more.
For many (myself included!), Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, and these names keep the holiday joy going for all 365 days on the calendar.
- Jingle Bells
Christmas Dog Names – Winter Weather
The weather outside is frightful, but dear, that makes for fabulous Christmas dog names!
Stop for a moment and think of Christmas. Did snow come to mind? We’re guessing that for many, this is one of the first things that pops up. Even for those with warm weather year round.
Without a doubt, winter weather has a strong tie to the Christmas season, and this can provide excellent inspiration for dog names.
Here are some ideas we think you just might like.
- Jack Frost
- Snow Man
Christmas Dog Names – Spiritually Inspired
Let’s not forget that Christmas is a holiday with a spiritual beginning. With this in mind, the holiday’s religious origins are a good place to look for Christmas dog names.
Here are a few ideas that tie into the holiday’s spiritual heritage or check out these biblical dog names for more ideas.
Christmas Dog Names – Seasonal Food & Drinks
Last – but certainly not least! – is many people’s favorite part of Christmas: the food, drinks and dessert!
We’d like to think that calories don’t count this time of year. Afterall, no one needs to worry about the 470 calories in a mint mocha frappuccino or the 315 calories in a piece of pumpkin pie during this festive celebration.
Calories aside, the holidays are known to be a time to indulge in delicious foods while enjoying the company of family and friends. This serves us well as we look at Christmas dog names.
- Candy Cane
- Mince (as in mince pie)
- Peppermint Patty
- Pumpkin Pie
- Rum / Rummy
- Sugar Plum
More Dog Name Ideas
The dog name ideas don’t stop here. If you decide Christmas dog names aren’t right for you, try our online generator and find even more options. You can sort by your favorite styles and themes.
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Teach Your Dog Their Name Quickly
Teaching your dog their name can seem like an intimidating task, but with practice and persistence, your dog will pick up their name in no time.
Here are some tips to speed things up and make it a painless and pleasant experience:
- Make sure you’re in a quiet place without distractions. This will help your dog focus.
- From there, repeat your dog’s name. When he or she looks at you, say “Yes!” and hand out a treat. Try to do this 3-5 times in a row.
- Continue to say your dog’s name in day-to-day interactions. Even if it seems obnoxious. Soon they’ll understand their name in no time.
Other Ideas For Christmas Dog Names?
If you have other ideas for Christmas dog names, let us know in the comments below! We’re always looking for new name ideas and use them to keep our site fresh.