While Daisy and Lily are common monikers, Magnolia is a plant-based pet name that has yet to catch on. Even better that it pays tribute to the.
A unique dog name that's simple, sweet, and has no problem fitting on a dog tag.
If a branch looks like a paint stick in your pup's mouth, then channel his inner artist and name him after a famous visionary like Monet, Picasso, or Dali.
Beatles fans will love this timeless name — though you may need to adopt another to name Yoko.
If your dog is, in fact, a little rascal, there's no name more perfect.
Puppy cuddles are the perfect pairing for a glass of wine, wouldn't you agree?
A nod to Queen Elizabeth, this royally cute dog name is particularly perfect for a corgi. Or, name your pup after a beloved member of the monarchy, be it Harry, Kate, Charlotte, or even Markle.
If you're looking for a funny name, get inspired by everyone's favorite crispy breakfast food — including your furry friend's.
Just like the , the name Phoebe is both quirky and feisty.
If your partner gifts you a pup for Christmas, name him after everyone's favorite red-nosed reindeer, Rudolph.
This classic detective name is anything but elementary, whether you're a fan of the original tales or the Benedict Cumberbatch BBC adaption. (Come to think of it, Benedict is a pretty perfect dog name, too.)
If your pup is always on the move, this unique name will capture their personality perfectly.
Take a page out of the Archie Comic books with this nod to the classic illustrated dog.
Piccolo is the Italian word for small, so it's the perfect fit for a tiny friend.
Harry and Hermione could be Harry Potter-inspired dog monikers, but Ron Weasley works for a pup with a goofy personality. You could also go for a slightly more obscure name, like Cedric or Bellatrix (that is, if your dog is a little naughty).
Consider naming your pup after one of your favorite destinations — Diego is a sweet nod to San Diego, but cities like London, Chicago, and Charleston also make great dog names.
Naming your pup after the beloved Ina Garten is the next best thing to having the legend in your kitchen herself.
In Greek mythology, Hermes is the messenger god. So it's perfect if your dog is always letting you know when someone's at the door or if a car's driving by.
Low-key dogs with adorably mopey faces are just like Eeyore, the gloomy character from Winnie the Pooh.
If you live for fall leaves and a cozy latte, this seasonal moniker is ridiculously cute, even when it's just shortened to pumpkin.
Short, sweet, and ironic, no one needs to know that your pup's name is actually spelled with a K.