Spanish Dog Names (550 Best Ideas For Your Pup)

Are you buying or adopting a new dog or Spanish dog breed, but aren’t sure what to call them? Don’t worry, it’s a normal situation that happens with almost every new pet owner.

One of the best ways to figure out a Spanish dog name for your new pal is to look through lists, just like this one, to get an idea of what appeals to you and what doesn’t. Using nationality, food, and even famous people for inspiration, can help you think of a name that may already hold a special place in your heart.

For those of you looking for a name for your pup that reminds you of the Spanish language, your heritage, or just represents the beauty and culture of Spain, look no further.

Below we have listed the top 100 male and female dog names from across the internet, so that your dog can proudly bear a name that embodies Spain.

100 Best Male Spanish Dog Names

  1. Aimar
  2. Arnau
  3. Biel
  4. Gabriel
  5. Iggy
  6. Manuel
  7. Pau
  8. Viddy
  9. Aitor
  10. Asier
  11. Fernando
  12. Jan
  13. Marc
  14. Pablo
  15. Ruben
  16. Youssef
  17. Mani
  18. Paz
  19. Adelmo
  20. Antonio
  21. Franscisco
  22. Jaime
  23. Marco
  24. Santiago
  25. Adrian
  26. Andres
  27. Chico
  28. Ismael
  29. Jesus
  30. Luca
  31. Rafael
  32. Eli
  33. Ora
  34. Abe
  35. Aleix
  36. Angel
  37. Cortez
  38. Uardo
  39. Fabio
  40. Gonzalo
  41. Hugo
  42. Izan
  43. Javier
  44. Jorge
  45. Leo
  46. Luis
  47. Martí
  48. Oscar
  49. Pedro
  50. Rodrigo
  51. Thiago
  52. Castel
  53. Sol
  54. Devi
  55. Alejandro
  56. Alvaro
  57. Gael
  58. Ibai
  59. Joan
  60. Lucas
  61. Mario
  62. Pol
  63. Saul
  64. Yago
  65. Amadis
  66. Rai
  67. Desi
  68. Alfonso
  69. Enrique
  70. Guillermo
  71. Juan
  72. Nicolas
  73. Ario
  74. Alonso
  75. Bruno
  76. Cristian
  77. Enzo
  78. Gustavo
  79. Julen
  80. Martin
  81. Milo
  82. Nil
  83. Rayan
  84. Unai
  85. Victor
  86. Linden
  87. Valentine
  88. Carlos
  89. Cruz
  90. Diego
  91. Hector
  92. José
  93. Mateo
  94. Miguel
  95. Sergio
  96. Belén
  97. Marion
  98. Che
  99. Dario
  100. Mauro

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100 Best Female Spanish Dog Names

If you aren’t getting a little boy to bring home, then the first 100 names may not have sparked your creativity. However, the next 100 names may suit your little girl, or they may give you the inspiration to find a name all your own.

  1. Aina
  2. Ane
  3. Anna
  4. Celia
  5. Elena
  6. Leire
  7. Marta
  8. Noelia
  9. Ainara
  10. Angela
  11. Carolina
  12. Eva
  13. Leyre
  14. Marisol
  15. Nahia
  16. Nuria
  17. Sara
  18. Sofia
  19. Adriana
  20. Andrea
  21. Cayetana
  22. Emma
  23. Lia
  24. Naia
  25. Africa
  26. Alma
  27. Aya
  28. Elia
  29. Helena
  30. Julia
  31. Mireia
  32. Olivia
  33. Silvia
  34. Abril
  35. Ainhoa
  36. Ana
  37. Azahara
  38. Carla
  39. Carmen
  40. Chloe
  41. Cristina
  42. Elsa
  43. Gabriela
  44. Iria
  45. Jimena
  46. Lara
  47. Lola
  48. Marina
  49. Martina
  50. Nadia
  51. Nayara
  52. Ona
  53. Valentina
  54. Vera
  55. Aitana
  56. Alexia
  57. Chica
  58. Daniela
  59. Ines
  60. Laia
  61. Linda
  62. Mia
  63. Naiara
  64. Nora
  65. Paola
  66. Triana
  67. Victoria
  68. Alba
  69. Carlita
  70. Clara
  71. Isabel
  72. Mara
  73. Paula
  74. Alejandra
  75. Ariadna
  76. Berta
  77. Carlota
  78. Claudia
  79. Jana
  80. Lucia
  81. Mar
  82. Maria
  83. Miriam
  84. Nerea
  85. Noa
  86. Salma
  87. Valeria
  88. Arlet
  89. Blanca
  90. Candela
  91. Cloe
  92. Iris
  93. Luna
  94. Manuela
  95. Natalia
  96. Rocío
  97. Vega
  98. Aroa
  99. Bonita
  100. Malak

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Funny Spanish Dog Names

The top names for most owners can be amazing options to choose from, but you may be approaching your new pal from a different direction. If you are looking for a name that will put a smile on your face every time you call out for your puppy, then the list below of funny Spanish dog names may be just what you are looking for.

  1. Besos
  2. Pequeño
  3. Perro
  4. Log
  5. Sonora
  6. Valencia
  7. Consuelo
  8. Catalina
  9. BreyBrey
  10. Perrito
  11. Govi
  12. Croquetas
  13. Vigo
  14. Chico
  15. Domingo
  16. Chica
  17. Guido
  18. Hernan
  19. Amor
  20. Loco
  21. Ibiza
  22. Chorizo
  23. Abejundio
  24. Donato
  25. Arco Iris
  26. Grande
  27. Uno
  28. Taco
  29. Pisto
  30. Ronda
  31. Dante
  32. Fernando
  33. Guillermo
  34. Amigo
  35. Bueno
  36. Loca
  37. Xavi
  38. Cata
  39. GeeGee
  40. Gazpacho
  41. Oso
  42. Bravas
  43. Paella
  44. Cordoba
  45. Palma
  46. Vida
  47. Alonzo
  48. Carmine
  49. Cortez
  50. Diego
  51. Emilio
  52. Francisco
  53. Brisa
  54. Carlotta
  55. Descarado
  56. Goal
  57. Maddy
  58. Sol
  59. Barcelona
  60. Seville
  61. Alejandro
  62. Cruz
  63. Eduardo
  64. Charo
  65. Galeno
  66. Bonita
  67. Carmen
  68. Diez
  69. Loni
  70. Toledo
  71. Leon
  72. Bernardo
  73. Geraldo
  74. Dinero
  75. Tonto
  76. Almy
  77. Espana
  78. Valla
  79. Madrid
  80. Antonio
  81. Benito
  82. Carlos
  83. Dario
  84. Enrique
  85. Esteban
  86. Gonzalo
  87. Carina
  88. Torpe
  89. Avila
  90. Burgos
  91. Niña
  92. Rosita
  93. Armand
  94. Belen
  95. Eloy
  96. Gitano
  97. Carissa
  98. Turas
  99. Barcy
  100. Armando

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Cute Spanish Dog Names

One of the best feelings in the world is snuggling a new puppy. That combination of soft, fluffy fur and new puppy smell is incredible and you never want it to stop. Below we have listed some names that will help you hang onto that moment all through your dog’s life with names that best exemplify the cuteness of your pup, with a Spanish twist.

  1. Churro
  2. Rejo
  3. Amarillo
  4. Vee
  5. Belinda
  6. Navarro
  7. Raymundo
  8. Corazon
  9. Croquetas
  10. Tigres
  11. Val
  12. Jose
  13. Nicolas
  14. Raul
  15. Salvador
  16. Cristina
  17. Elena
  18. Emelda
  19. Catalana
  20. Pypy
  21. Valencia
  22. Jorge
  23. Onofre
  24. Sancho
  25. Chorizo
  26. Migas
  27. Marrón
  28. Bella
  29. Julio
  30. Marco
  31. Rio
  32. Dahlia
  33. Elsa
  34. Bravas
  35. Empanada
  36. Pisto
  37. Oro
  38. Marbella
  39. Ronda
  40. Niño
  41. Beatriz
  42. Inigo
  43. Juan
  44. Leonardo
  45. Manco
  46. Marques
  47. Pablo
  48. Ramon
  49. Ricardo
  50. Roldan
  51. Cielo
  52. Damita
  53. Esperanza
  54. Felicia
  55. Fabada
  56. Leche
  57. Vigo
  58. Bebe
  59. Leon
  60. Mario
  61. Orlando
  62. Rico
  63. Santiago
  64. Cornelia
  65. Delora
  66. Esmeralda
  67. Fernanda
  68. Pacho
  69. Merida
  70. Amor
  71. Lorenzo
  72. Quito
  73. Delores
  74. Jamón
  75. Azul
  76. Pimienta
  77. Murcia
  78. Nacho
  79. Luis
  80. Paco
  81. Ponce
  82. Rafael
  83. Rodrigo
  84. Consuela
  85. Coraima
  86. Eldora
  87. Estrella
  88. Blanco
  89. Platino
  90. Violente
  91. Burrito
  92. Lisandro
  93. Pancho
  94. Pedro
  95. Chiquita
  96. Drina
  97. Eva
  98. Gris
  99. Rojo
  100. Paulo

Cool Spanish Dog Names

Funny, cute, and popular are great for most people, but when you know your new pal would be better off with a name that makes people say, “That’s so cool!” then the list below is perfect for you. From names that have been derived from professional Spanish football players, to names that exemplify the fire of Spain itself, you are sure to find a name that fits your cool new canine friend.

  1. Belleza
  2. Koke
  3. Mata
  4. Piqué
  5. Valencia
  6. Armando
  7. Fresca
  8. Dinero
  9. Jaide
  10. Luján
  11. Zarra
  12. Risa
  13. Bella
  14. Flor
  15. Julieta
  16. Gordo
  17. Socorro
  18. Vito
  19. Ceri
  20. Jordi
  21. Gaz
  22. Rafael
  23. Benito
  24. Lobo
  25. Dani
  26. Iker
  27. Pepe
  28. Yolanda
  29. Santo
  30. Nayeli
  31. Inez
  32. Grande
  33. Vicente
  34. A.B.
  35. Jules
  36. Isco
  37. Bernabéu
  38. Silva
  39. Xavi
  40. Córdoba
  41. Palmas
  42. Zorro
  43. Rosa
  44. Tabasco
  45. Pedro
  46. Amar
  47. Che
  48. Fiesta
  49. Frida
  50. Juanita
  51. Mariposa
  52. Loco
  53. Zita
  54. Zoila
  55. Lani
  56. Costa
  57. Cádiz
  58. Toro
  59. Sebastian
  60. Alma
  61. Blanco
  62. Inca
  63. Luna
  64. Goal
  65. Pequeno
  66. Ximen
  67. Anita
  68. Sage
  69. Villa
  70. Coruña
  71. Paloma
  72. Esmeralda
  73. Zanita
  74. Zoe
  75. Messi
  76. Ramos
  77. Xabi
  78. León
  79. Paco
  80. Chico
  81. Elena
  82. Fernando
  83. Isabel
  84. Maya
  85. Amigo
  86. Sergio
  87. Alejandra
  88. Nacho
  89. Raúl
  90. Sanz
  91. Málaga
  92. Querida
  93. Corazon
  94. Domingo
  95. Lupe
  96. Serge
  97. Alicia
  98. Pep
  99. Santi
  100. Diego

Spanish Names for Black Dogs

If you have a black-colored dog, you may want a Spanish name that perfectly complements the appearance and character of your furry friend. Perhaps your dog looks big and scary with its black coat, or maybe it is small, tiny, furry and looks absolutely adorable. Black dogs are cute and have a unique charm that is irresistible, so you may want a name that helps express this.

Whatever your dog may look like, here is a list of cool Spanish names you can give it in if you want a name that is a true reflection of their appearance.

  1. Luna
  2. Lupe
  3. Dahlia
  4. Bolero
  5. Tigre
  6. Toro
  7. Zorro
  8. Tajo
  9. Rico
  10. Alma
  11. Gitana
  12. Olivia
  13. Sierra
  14. Fiero
  15. Fuerza
  16. Diablito
  17. Jefe
  18. Bandido
  19. Chiquito
  20. Moreno
  21. Oscuro
  22. Noche
  23. Sombra
  24. Pardo
  25. Bella
  26. Fiesta
  27. Frida
  28. Inca
  29. Lobo
  30. Santo
  31. Risa
  32. Oso
  33. Pedro
  34. Nacho
  35. Benito
  36. Alma
  37. Che
  38. Armando
  39. Sergio
  40. Vito
  41. Sancho
  42. Carina
  43. Chiquita
  44. Brisa
  45. Charo
  46. Reina
  47. Ventura
  48. Xiomara
  49. Manda
  50. Lucia

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Dog Name Inspiration

50 CUTE GOLDENDOODLE NAMES

If you are trying to come up with a name for your pal, an important thing to take into consideration is their personality. It can be great to find a name that represents their attitude, affection, or even their activity levels. While you can also choose a name that means the exact opposite of what you can expect from your pup. For example, if you know you have a lazy pup, a name like Potato or Patata in Spanish, can really communicate their couch potato status. On the other hand, calling them Speedy or Rápido in Spanish, is an amusing take on their personality.

For names that fall closer to the history and culture of Spain, you can look at cities, foods, cultural events, football teams, or historical events that can help you find a great name that is full of Spanish heritage.

No matter what type of name you are looking for, inspiration can come from nearly anywhere. If you are watching television, or playing a game, there are numerous characters, places, and creatures that can lend their name to your new pup.

You can also go for a walk outside and see the trees, the plants, stores, cars, even colors or stars can help you find that perfect name.

The key to inspiration is remembering that there are no limits to what can inspire you. Literally anything from stray thoughts to well thought out plans to come up with a name can become inspiration for the name that will stick with your puppy for the rest of their lives.

Help Choosing The Right Name

If you have been thinking about your pup’s name since the moment you knew you were bringing them home, but still can’t find that perfect moniker, try not to stress. Often you will have difficulty until you have an opportunity to play with them and really understand who your dog is.

Try out a new name with your dog and see how it feels. If it doesn’t seem right, then move onto the next. Your dog won’t mind you trying a few different names at first, and this can be a great way to choose a name that you know you will love.

No matter what else happens during the name-selection process, just be sure to find a name that your entire family can be happy with. When every owner is happy with the name, you know your new dog will be happy as well.

Congratulations On Becoming A New Dog Owner!

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