2014 may go down in history as the year that the line between people and puppy names blurred into oblivion. According to Rover.com the most popular boy dog name was Max. For female pups? Bella.
But that’s old news! Here are the names that will be trending in 2015:
The ideal name for an adventurous pup.
Jack has been a popular name for years (Full Disclosure: I named one of my dogs Jack) but it’s still a reliably cool name.
Crazy popular in the human baby naming world, we look forward to seeing more canine Hudsons.
Masculine and trendy, follow Amanda Seyfried’s lead and use it for your new bundle of fur.
Perfect for a puppy who’s too smart for his own good.
2014’s number 10 is a great name for your barrel chested, accident prone pup.
You may scoff but Zac Efron did it, 2015 may be the year creativity ends.
Versatile and incredibly popular, we still suspect Max is going to slide a little bit in the charts.
Trendy and cool, it also means “ocean” in Hawaiian, Aloha!
We all know this is what you’re actually going to name your future Fido. we suspect Cooper is going to be being yelled all over dog parks in the year to come.
Nope, this name isn’t going away anytime soon. We can’t just Let it GO!
The most popular female pup name of 2014 will see an unfortunate slide, mostly due to that crazy dog named Bella you always see at the dog park, ruining it for everyone.
After that Modern Family episode, we STILL want to chase a dog around screaming STELLA!!!
It’s a little masculine, a little feminine, Quinn is the perfect name for a pup that isn’t above rolling in mud.
Pretty much guarantees your pup will be both adorable and stylish.
Ivy has been climbing the charts like crazy, could it be due to Beyonce?
The trend of naming girls (both human AND canine) with names that have been traditionally reserved for boys is still going strong and we love it.
The goddess of the dawn (and a disney princess) is a great name for your girl, especially if she particularly enjoys early morning walks.
Modern and a bit trendy, we love this name!
Pretty and more traditional, Lila (and similar names like Layla..etc) are becoming more and more popular, and we suspect they’ll come out on top in 2015.
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