Hello Hubbers! I would love to hear any name suggestions for a small white coated male dog. We already have a female chihuahua/cockerspaniel mix my daughter named Mushu (after the dragon in Mulan-Disney movie). So far, we can't agree on a name. If it were up to my kids this little fellows name would be Shoeshine, Coco, or Max. I have no idea what breed he is, but he's a handsome looking dog and about the same size as Mushu. Looking forward to reading your suggestions, thanks!
Your kids can call him Mister lol
(when I was really young, my parents basically named the pets what they wanted and put Mr, Mrs., Miss, Sir, etc on the name so we thought WE were naming them some fancy name... I call my cat Sir when in doubt even as an adult) lol
White Noise (if applicable).
How about Barney, Whitey or Shadow? A friend of mine had a large white wolf type dog his name is Ghost. Another friend has two dogs Rex and Kizzy, she always has two dogs and I remember some of their names Harry and Brady; Lucky and Duke...
The dogs I had growing up were called Shandy, Brandy, Laddie, and Maximillian (shortened to Max).
It's always fund coming up with a name for pets - try calling the dong all the different names see which one he likes!!
Gee, there are lots of names.
I had a white dog we called Snowy - okay, not very original. And I have a black cat I call Nero ... maybe you could call him Bianco.
how about Blizzard. blizzard should make him feel powerful like a snow storm and your kids will think about the sweet treat from dairy queen.
Gavin: Meaning “white falcon,”
Finian: A male, Irish Gaelic name meaning “white,”
Alaska Diamond Phantom
Albino Daisy Polar Bear
Alvin Everest Powder
Begonia Fluffy Rice
Bentley Frosty Rowen
Bianca Galvin Salty
Blizzard Ghost Snowy
Blondie Glacier Snowflake
Bones Gypsum Star
Bubbles Ice Stardust
Buttermilk Ivory Starfire
Casper Klondike Stargazer
Chardonnay Laksha Sugar
Chilly McKinley Teacup
Coconut Marshmallow Vanilla
Cotton Nola Whitey
Crystal Pearl Whitney
my daughter has a cute cookerpoo...they named him
Charlie and the kids call him Charlie Man lol
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