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60 White Dog Names: Male, Female, Cute & Funny

Updated on February 4, 2014

White: The color that resembles purity and innocence. If you’ve ever seen an adorable, fluffy, white puppy, then you know that giddy, captivating, all-fuzzy-inside feeling that makes you have this nearly-irresistible urge to snatch it up and give it a big cuddle! If you’ve never seen a white puppy, than you’ve never lived!

White Labrador Retriever.
White Labrador Retriever. | Source

White Dog Breeds

Many great things are associated with the color white, but white dogs has to be one of the best things!

Good thing there are many different breeds of dogs that come in white:

  • American Bulldogs
  • American Eskimo
  • American White Shepherd
  • Bichon Frisé
  • Chihuahua
  • Great Pyrenees
  • Komondor
  • Maltese
  • Poodle
  • and many, many more!

Some dogs have a better reputation than others in regards how good of family pets they make.

A few white dogs that have such a great reputation include, but are not limited to, the English white retriever, Irish wolfhound, Great Dane, American Bulldog, and white Labrador.

Although these dogs can be rather large, it does not take away from their gentle nature, which means they are great to have with children in the home!

Male White Dog Names

 
 
 
Frosty
Iceman
Bone
Silver
Fang
Swiss
Blanco
Sox
Polar Bear
Winter
Dice
Chalko
Oxford
Blizzard
Alabaster

Female White Dog Names

 
 
 
Gardenia
Flour
Alaska
Chantilly
Daisy
Calla
Riesling
Lacey
Ivory
Lily
Diamond
Feather
Afrodite
Snow White
Swan

Cute White Dog Names

 
 
 
Marshmallow
Pixiedust
Coconut
Fluffy
Sugar
Dove
Cloud
Downy
Snowden
Pearl
Angel
Dreamer
Cupcake
Sugar Cookie
Powder

Funny White Dog Names

 
 
 
Snowcone
Looseleaf
Icicle
Onion
Casper
Frostbite
Eminem
Potato
Q-tip
Paper
George Washington
Cotton Ball
Kleenex
Alfredo
Vanilla
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Let Your Pup Pick His Name

Suppose you are having trouble settling on a name, you dog can be very helpful here! Besides, it is the dog who will be called this name, so why not involve it in the process? Here is how you can involve the pup when picking through white dog names:

  • Call out names: Ideal if you are stuck between a few names, you can get pretty lucky with this one. Sit away from the dog, either across the room or in a whole different room, and call out the potential names giving pauses in between, about 20 or 30 seconds. If your dog comes running to you, you’ve found the name!

  • Family circle: Maybe there is a family dispute about who wants to name the new dog what; such a dispute can be settled fair and square. Form a circle around the dog, but not too close as you don’t want to scare it. At the same time, or even taking turns, each family member is to call the dog by their desired name. Whoever the dog goes to gets to name the dog.

  • Index cards: Write different names on different index cards and place them around the room with a piece of dog food on each one. Watch as your dog sniffs them out and eats off of a card, ultimately picking its name! (The first card it eats off of is the name chosen.)

  • Pees on trees: If you have an older male dog and a yard with lots of trees, you can use these to your advantage. Tack a different name to each tree and let the dog out to go potty; the first tree that’s peed on is the name he either really didn’t like, or the one he chooses!

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Deciding on a Name

This list of white dogs names is just the tip of the iceberg (ha!) and there is obviously many more things that are white that can be turned into a name.

After all, a beautiful, white dog should have a name that no other dog can get away with! When it comes to white dog names, the sky’s the limit! (You like that one, too? Sky, what a cute name!)

Still have some brain fog? That’s okay, it’s better not to rush this process since it is a name that you will be saying for many years to come.

Just go to sleep on that nice, soft, white pillow and dream of all things white. There’s bound to be a light bulb going off in your mind somewhere!

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