Finding great names for bitches can be difficult. Not because they are hard to find, oh no, there are literally thousands of big names. The difficult part is to choose just one among the many excellent candidates.
Do not believe me? Ok, here are some ideas to get you started …
First, let’s find out what kind of name you’re looking for. Let’s talk about your dog. How is she? Is it black or beige, big or small, shy or adventurous? Is she a Pitbull or a Shih Tzu?
These things, of course, will have an impact on the name you finally choose. You want to choose a name that fits the dog, right?
Let’s break the mold a little starting with a few names of difficult bitches. In general, it is thought that bitches are cute and funny with names that match, but try saying that to your female Rottie!
Here are some tough dog names for girls; Boudica, a legendary warrior queen, Panther, after the heavy metal band, or Alabama, after the film’s anti-hero True Romance.
And here are some that are more suited to the “pretty girls for words” we talked about earlier. There are tons of these, so here’s a quick sample: Bam Bam, Coco, Disney, Gemid, Gidget, Hootie, I-Pod, Junebug, Maybelle, Munchkin, Rookie, Peach, Q-Tip, Squidoo, Swoosie, Tuppence, Uschi, Womble, Zsa Zsa. There is no shortage of cute dog names.
But let’s say you’re looking for something a little different, something truly unique. Abraxas, Io or Quarterflash do it for you? No? So what about Isis, Nonotchka or Souixsie?
You see there are names of bitches that fit almost any dog. All you have to do is think of something that you (or your dog) are interested in and ideas fall into your lap.
Is your dog a fashionable dog? … Gucci, Dolce, Prada. You like music? … Joplin, Joan Jett, Latoya. Movies? … Hepburn, Garbo, Harlow. TV? … What about Oprah, Murphy (Brown) or Ally (McBeal)?
By now you’re probably starting to see how easy it is to find a name for your dog. What is it? Do you still need more? Okay, so … And the first ladies? … Jackie O, Abigail (Adams) or Ladybug (Johnson). What about royalty? … Beatrix, Cleopatra or Maxima.
You could even name your dog as one of the greatest women in history, such as Amelia (Earhart), Florence (Nightingale) or Helen (Keller).
See how easy that was? Now that you know how it works, just pick a theme and write down the names that interest you (online if necessary!). Or you can use Tinki and their awesome tools to get that awesome dog name. Then adjust the list to your favorite favorites and choose the name for your dog.