FYI: If you buy something through a link on this site I may earn a commission - at NO extra cost to you. The Best German Dog Names
If you've got your heart set on a German name for your puppy, I've made it easy to find exactly what you're looking for right here.
These names are strong, powerful and classic - and are a terrific choice for 'big' brave dogs of all sizes!
You'll find the most popular male & female dog names, complete
with their meanings, so that you can find the perfect match your pup's
personality, heritage, color or any characteristic you choose.
Below the names I've also listed the most popular German dog breeds. Enjoy!
From Germany With Love
For Male Puppies
Aldo - wise one Arnold - powerful eagle Axel - peaceful Ballard - warrior Benno - brave like a bear Berger - mountain dweller Bismarck - former German Chancellor Blitz - flash Boris - fighter Ernest - vigorous Falk - wolf Felix - lucky Fritz - peaceful ruler Gunther - battle warrior Heinrich - ruler Hank - also means ruler Kaiser - King Kasper - treasurer Klaus - victorious Luger - old German gun Luther - famous warrior Matthias - gift from God Max - great Odo - wealthy Oskar - spear Otto - prosperous Panzer - armor Prinz - prince Schatz/e - little treasure Schwartz - black Udo - rich/prosperous Ulrik - power of the wolf Wolfgang -rising wolf
For Female Puppies
Alice - noble Anka - graceful Ava - birdlike Berta - bright & strong Birgit - protector Britta - white Elke - kind/noble Elsa - strength Erika - powerful ruler Etta - small Frieda - peaceful Gabi - hero of God Gretchen - pearl Greta - pearl Grizelda - ironlike Heide - noble Kristel - german for Christine Leni - little angel Liebe - love Lotti - little woman Marthe - a lady Mischa - who is like God Olga - holy Schatzie - little sweetheart Sofie - sweet Susi - a lily Tilli - battle maiden Trudi - of the spear Ulrika - all ruling Ursula - female bear Utta - rich Wilma - bold protector Zelda - battle maid Zuker - sugar
Popular German Dog Breeds
Dog breeds that originated in Germany are diverse and colorful. Many of them are working dogs, used either for hunting, guarding or herding.
The 'Spitz' dog breeds are among the oldest in the world, going back to the 15th century. The well-known Rottweiler breed began in the German village of Rottweil in the days of the Roman Empire.
Here are just some of the most popular German breeds:
Affenpinscher Boxer Dachshund Doberman Pinscher Eskimo Dog (Spitz) German Pointer German Shepherd Dog German Spitz Great Dane Keeshond
Leonberger Lowchen Miniature Pinscher Pomeranian Rottweiler Schnauzer Weimaraner
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