Classics and Food and Pokemon?
By Justyne Yuen-Lee
Rover.com released the most popular dog names recently. The classics remain, but there was also a rise in pop culture names, powerful women names, and food names (the best choice, ever!) Trends included dogs named after favorite characters on TV or in a book or a celebrity.
Most interesting was the rise in Pokemon-influenced and Game of Thrones names like Haunter, Skitty, Bayleaf and Snow and Khalessi. Take a look at the roundup below with some cute puppies who could pull off these names for good measure!
Top 10 Male Dog Names of 2016…
A occupational surname, derived from Old English meaning “one who fulls cloth”.
Form Tobias or Tobiah. Biblical in origin, it is the name of the hero of the Book of Tobit, Tobias. He was able to drive away a demon who has plagued Sarah, who would later become his wife.
From the noble title Duke, which is derived from Latin dux, meaning “leader”.