Spanish names are charismatic, cool, romantic, funny, strong, beautiful… all in all Spanish dog names sound great, your dog will love it and people will love it. Spanish dog names are very catchy and are generally easy to pronounce, and are very easy for a dog to get used to it.
We have made this list of most interesting Spanish dog names:
Female Spanish Dog Names
- Bamba: She who looks like a cream bun, or is fat from stealing too many cream buns off the table.
- Blanca: “White.” He or she that will need frequent baths.
- Bonita: Invest in a mirror, I’m pretty.
- Chili: Hot Dog!
- Chiquita: What I lack in size, I make up for with attitude.
- Corona: See this crown? It means I am in charge, not you or Dog with a six pack…and some lime!
- Feliz: “Happy.” Likely spoiled with treats and NOT forced to wear silly clothes like his friends.
- Fiesta: Party animal. May need 12 step program.
- Gorda: Um, excuse me? I’m just full figured. Can I have some more puppy food now?
- Lupe: Mother of God, or wolf. This dog thinks very highly of himself and will likely run for public office.
- Margarita: (Hic)Honest officer, (hic) I only drank two (hic).
- Muchacha: Maid? You honestly rescued me from the shelter to be your maid?
- Negrita: Once you go black you never go back.
- Niña: I refuse to grow up!
- Paloma: Dove killer.
- Salsa: Meet my brother, Chip.
- Samba: Watch me do my doggie dance. You know, the one I do at the back door when I really need to get out! Serious hip action.
- Siesta: Don’t bug me, I’m sleeping
- Xuxa: Dog wearing a crown and sitting on a throne. Dog’s named Xuxa only use golden firehydrants.
Male Spanish Dog Names
- Amigo: Friend who cannot control his licker.
- Burrito: This “little ass” will pee in your shoes.
- Chico: “Boy.” Can I still keep this name after I’m neutered?
- Chili: Hot Dog!
- Chiquito: Who you calling small? I’ll bite your ankles if you say it again.
- Cisco: What? Are you too lazy to call me by my full name, Francisco?
- Fernando: I’m daring and adventurous…Keep me tightly tethered!
- Gato: I’m having an identity crisis. Therapy needed.
- Gordo: Who you calling fat? I’m just horizontally challenged.
- Hombre: I’ll prove to you I’m the man!…Watch me lift my leg on this fire hydrant.
- Lima: Oh no! I hope I didn’t get this name because I’m green. Sure wish I wasn’t colored-blind.
- Loco: Puppy on Prozac.
- Mambo: Dancing dog. Hey, have you seen any of my stuff on YouTube?
- Matador: Come play with me, we’ll have a killer time!
- Muchacho: I’m a boy. I lick myself because I can.
- Niño: Who are you calling a child? I’m not, I’m not, I’m not….
- Pablo: Borrowed. Isn’t borrowing a dog like borrowing underwear? Oh, speaking of underwear, Pablo will borrow yours and return them with new holes.
- Paco: A cop with an attitude. Loves to wear a badge and gun.
- Pancho: Calm, unruffled. Yeah, good luck with that!
- Pedro: “A rock.” Not a name recommended for dog’s living in glass houses.
- Pepe: “He shall add.” He shall add a little urine to your carpet.
- Perro: You do not get an “A” for creativity. Naming your dog “dog” is at best, redundant.
- Peso: “Burden.” Only recommended if you want your dog to feel bad about himself.
- Picasso: Angular, strangely colored dog that costs big money.
- Ponce: “Fifth.” Oooooh, I hope it’s a fifth of Tequila!
- Poquito: Pocket puppy.
- Panama: Dog that can swim the distance.
- Taco: “A filled tortilla, mess, or swearword.” This poor dog can’t catch a break.
- Tango: Dog with rose in mouth.
- Tequila: Dog who likes worms.
- Tito: Dog caught moon dancing after being named for one of the original Jackson 5.
- Toro: Dog who eats grass.
More Dog Names Options
Still haven’t found the name you were looking for, no worries a lot more to explore on our website. You can browse our unique dog names category or you could also try the cool dog names category. If you have a smaller dog you can use our small dog names list, and of course for big ones there’s the big dog names list as well. So as you can see you will find your perfect dog name for sure.
Spanish Dog Names Infographic
Here is our Spanish dog names infographic for more visual angle.