British Dog Names

95 Dog Names
British Dog Names
Want to honor British traditions? Naming your dog is a unique way to do it! Our list of British dog names contains lots of options to consider!
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Murray Female
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Refers to ‘settlement by the sea,’ fits a pet who loves to play with water
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Winston Male
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For your pet who came from a friendly town
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Abigail Female
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Means ‘father’s joy’ fits a pet who brightens your life
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Swansea Male
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The second-largest city in Wales which was the Viking trading post
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Imogen Female
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Means innocent
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Dundee Male
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An industrial city in eastern Scotland
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Olivia Female
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Suits a peaceful pet
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Brighton Male
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A seaside city in the south east of England
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Manchester Male
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An industrial city in Northwest of England
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Gallagher Male
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Perfect name for your kind pet who’s also your helper
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Salisbury Male
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Refers to willow fortress for your calm and caring pet
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Benson Male
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Refers to ‘son of Benjamin’ for the pet who’s your favorite
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Baron Male
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A European nobleman just like your majestic pet
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Dolan Male
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For a pet with a dark coat
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Charles Female Male
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Perfect name for your brave and free-spirited pet
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Eleanor Female
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Means shining light for beautiful pet with a shiny coat
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Windsor Male
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The famous royal family in Great Britain
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Bristol Male
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A lovely city in England with iconic suspending bridges
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Kingston Male
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Refers to one who lives at the king’s estate
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Lancelot Male
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The bravest and the most famous of King Arthur’s knight of the round table
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Victoria Female
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Refers to ‘victory’ for a pet who triumph in all situations
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Keely Male
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Means beautiful and graceful
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Watson Male
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Means son of Walter, powerful ruler
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Lark Male
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For a lovely and joyous pet

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Poppy Female
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A colorful flowering plant used to produce opium
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Scully Male
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Means ‘student’ for a determined and selfless pet
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Calder Male
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Refers to someone who lives near a stream for a pet who loves a bath
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Nottingham Male
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Name him after a city in Central England famous for Robin Hood legends
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Charlotte Female
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Feminine of the name Charles, for a petite pet
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Elizabeth Female
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Means ‘God of plenty’
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Damien Male
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Means ‘to tame’ for a loyal pet
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Kiera Female
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For a pet with dark hair
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Orwell Male
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For your free-spirited pet
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Maddock Male
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Suits a kind and generous pet
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Isobel Female
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Means ‘pledge from God’
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William Male
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Means a protector
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Balfour Male
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Refers to one who’s from the pasture land, for a pet who likes herding cattle
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George Male
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Refers to a farmer just like your industrious pet
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Camden Male
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Name him after a Northwest town in England
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Sherlock Male
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For a pet with fair hair
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York Male
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Means ‘from the yew estate’ for your industrious and energetic pet
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Devlin Male
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Give this name to a pet who’s fearless in fights
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Camelot Male
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Legendary court and palace of King Arthur
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Austen Female Male
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Manfred Male
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Means man of peace for a cooperative pet who doesn’t cause trouble
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Cornwall Male
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County in southwestern England
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Avon Male
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Name your free-spirited pet after of a river in England
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Holmes Male
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Refers to ‘ruler of the household.’

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Henry Male
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Means ruler of the household
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Isla Female
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Refers to an island for your pet who loves to spend time alone
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Worchester Male
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A cathedral city in central of England
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Corbin Male
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Means raven for a pet with a black coat
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Sherman Male
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For a sheep herding breed kind of pet
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Mary Female
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Fits a bitter and rebellious pet
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Darby Male
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Fits a liberal pet
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Aidan Male
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Refers to little fire for a lively and passionate pet
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Gemma Female
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Westminster Male
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A former capital of the Kingdom of England
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Wallace Male
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British name
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Saoirse Female
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A pet that reminds you of the sweet taste of freedom
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Siobhan Female
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A variant of the name Joan for a gracious pet
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Rhy Male
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For an energetic and jovial pet
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Elvie Female
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Refers to a noble friend
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Gavin Male
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Suits a pet who guards you well and likes hunting
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Chaucer Male
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Name of a famous poet and the father of English literature
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Daisy Female
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A beautiful flower with white petals, suits an innocent cute pet
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Beatrice Female
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Means ‘she who brings happiness’
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Waite Male
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For a pet who guards and protects you
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Gloucester Male
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A city in the west of England known to host the tomb of King Edward II
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London Male
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The largest city and also the capital of England
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Edinburgh Male
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The capital of Scotland
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Noira Female
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Means magical suits your gorgeous pet
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