50 Spanish Dog Names For Males and Females

By Tom •  Updated: 08/01/20 •  9 min read
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Do you love all things Spanish? Do you have Spanish heritage? Or maybe you just love Spanish foods. If you’re a fan of Spain, its language, culture and more, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a list of 50 dog names for boys and girls that you’re sure to love!

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Before we get to the list of names, let’s do a quick overview of Spain.

Spain: It’s History, Language and Culture

Spain is a country located on the Iberian Peninsula and is located in the southwestern part of Europe. This is a land of famous kings and queens, mountains and beautiful cities. It’s also the land of the famous Dong Quixote, who fought with windmills, which can still be seen in several places across Spain. Madrid, the nation’s capital, is a beautiful city filled with winding streets, beautiful buildings, museums, and more. Here, people are known for going out late into the night and getting home in the wee hours of the morning. Madrid is also Spain’s largest city and is the financial and cultural center of the nation. Spain is made up of many cultures and peoples. The Romans were in Spain and contributed to the Spanish language, left roads, and monuments. Great Roman rulers also came from Spain including Trajan, Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius. The Moors ruled over the country for almost 800 years, leaving in their wake gorgeous architecture, poetry, science and more.

Spain is also known for its beautiful language of romance and culture. And let’s not forget Spanish food—what’s not to love? Famous Spanish kings and queens include Ferdinand and Isabella, who united their two kingdoms of Castile and Aragon when they married. Queen Isabella is responsible for giving Christopher Columbus the money for his fleet to sale to what he thought was India but ended up being an entirely new continent. Another famous Spanish king, Charles V, was a Hapsburg, who eventually became the Holy Roman Emperor. He sent Hernan Cortez and other explorers to the new world discovered by Columbus. We could go on and on—Spain is a beautiful, mystical country that has had a large impact on the entire world.

Spain offers some great inspiration, too, when it comes to naming our canine fur babies. Let’s move on from this fascinating country to lists of Spanish names for your dog.

Spanish Dog Names Female

The Spanish language is known for its beautiful poetry and words. You will also find some Spanish names in our food related dog name list! Here’s a list of beautiful names that could be just right for your fur baby:

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1). Beatriz: means “voyager.” Does your fur baby love to travel? Then this is a fitting Spanish name for her!

2). Belinda: means “beautiful serpent.” If you have a long, serpentine fur baby, this might be the right name for her. This may be a good fit for a Dachshund girl!

3). Blanca: means “white.” This is the perfect name for a completely white lady dog.

4). Brisa: means “breeze.” Does your fur baby like to run as fast as the wind? Then this is the name for her!

5). Carina: means “beloved.” The perfect name for your beloved dog—large or small.

6). Carlotta: means “free man.” If she likes to run free, this is a great Spanish name for your girl fur baby.

7). Consuela: means “solace.” This is a great name for a lady canine companion who offers you all her love and solace to make you feel better.

8). Coraima: means “shining light, high mountain, messenger.” Is your lady dog a shining light in your life? This is a great, meaningful name for her.

9). Drina: means “defending men.” This may be a great name for a fur baby who loves to protect you and your home.

10). Felicia: means “happy.” If you have a gal dog who always seems happy, this is a fitting name for her!

Check out our list of Celebrity dog names for more inspiration!

Spanish Puppy Names

Here are some Spanish puppy names that may be just right for your little fur baby:

11). Diego: means “supplanter.” This could mean that your dog has supplanted all else in your life to become number one in your heart.

12). Alonzo: means “very noble and prompt.” This name could be perfect for a boy dog who is very noble and always on time (for eating or going outside, etc.).

13). Benito: means “blessed.” What puppy isn’t a blessing straight from heaven?

14). Bernardo: means “brave bear” may be just the right name for a puppy that resembles a bear or one who is shaggy.

15). Chico: means “boy.” This could be a great name for a small dog, such as a Chihuahua.

16). Donato: means “given.” If you’ve received a beautiful boy puppy from a shelter or as a gift, this is a great name for him!

17). Inigo: means “fiery spirit.” Remember the movie The Princess Bride? If you liked the character of Inigo Montoya, here’s a great name for your fur baby.

18). Ricardo: means “strong and powerful.” This is the perfect name for a puppy who will grow up to be big and strong, such as a Chowchow, a St. Bernard, etc.

19). Sancho: means “saint.” If you have a saintly boy puppy, and who doesn’t, this Spanish name is for him! For more god related names check our list of Norse mythology dog names!

20). Zorro: means “the fox.” This is also the name of the fictional Spanish hero—what a great name for a puppy that’s predominantly red, or one that resembles a small fox!

Dog Names in Spanish

Do you have a Spanish breed dog such as a Spanish Alano, Spanish Mastiff, or Spanish Galgos? Then here are some Spanish dog names that may be just perfect!

21). Augustin: means “the exalted one.” This would be a fitting name for a dog who thinks he’s king of the hill…or your home!

22). Alejandro: means “defender.” If your fur baby protects you and your home, this is the best name for him!

23). Berto: means “bright.” Is your canine companion especially smart? Here’s the right name for him!

24). Bruno: means “brown.” If you have a dog that’s brown or has brown spots, then this could be a good fit!

25). Esteban: means “crown.” A great name for a dog or puppy who’s the king of your heart!

26). Alba: means “sunrise.” The perfect name for a girl dog who loves to wake you up in the early morning.

27). Bella: means “beautiful.” What girl dog isn’t beautiful?

28). Carmen: means “garden.” If your lady dog loves playing in the garden, this is a great name for her! Check out our selection of Mexican dog names for more inspiration.

29). Dahlia: means “lives in the valley.” Does your girl canine companion enjoy hiking the valleys with you? What a lovely name for her!

30). Eva: means “life.” If your lady fur baby is the life of the party, this is a perfect name for her.

Male Dog Spanish Names and Meanings

Here are some more male dog Spanish names and their meanings. If you haven’t found the right name so far, may you’ll find just the right name in this list!

31). Kapitan: means “captain.” Just the right name for a dog who likes to run the show!

32). Lucas: means “white.” This could be a good name for a boy dog who is all white, or who has large white spots on his fur.

33). Noe: means “peace.” Does your male fur baby bring peace to your home? Or is he always getting something stirred up?

34). Paco: means “from France.” If you have a dog who is one of the French dog breeds, and you love all things Spanish, this name if a great fit.

35). Umberto: means “color of Earth.” We’re not sure if this means a brown, green or blue color. However, if your fur baby loves to roll in the dirt or mud, this could be a great name for him!

36). Waldo: means “ruler.” Another great name for a boy canine companion who thinks he rules all!

37). Xavier: means “bright, splendid.” A great name for a male dog who is especially smart.

38). Pedro: means “Peter or the rock.” This is a great name for a male dog who is the rock (support) of your life.

39). Rico: means “noble ruler.” Another great name for a boy fur baby who rules your life and your heart.

40). Jorge: means “farmer or tiller” and is a form of George. This could be the best name for a boy dog who loves to dig in the dirt!

Funny Spanish Dog Names

French dog names are also fashion these days, check out our post! Here are some Spanish dog names that can be funny, especially if you choose these for a dog that’s the opposite of the names meaning! Have some fun with these Spanish dog names:

41). Bueno: means “good.” This may be a good name choice if your fur baby is a little bit on the devilish site!

42). Pequeňo (M) or Pequeňa (F): means “small.” If you have a rather large canine companion, then this name could be a bit on the funny side!

43). Grande: means “large.” This is a great name for a Great Dane, or for a very small dog, such as a Chihuahua.

44). Loco (M) or Loca (F): means “crazy.” If you have a crazy fur baby, this could be a great name! Watch them run fast and rampage as you call their name!

45). Amigo (M) Amiga (F): means “friend.” This is a cute name, not really funny, and is the very right choice if your fur baby is your best friend.

46). Besos: means “kisses.” The perfect name for a dog who loves to give and receive kisses!

47). Diez: means “ten.” If your dog is a perfect 10, then this is the perfect name for him!

48). Tonto: means “silly.” Do you have a cute, silly dog? We hope you’ll choose this name—it’s a great fit!

49). Amor: means “love.” If you have a loving, sweet fur baby, why not choose this name?

50). Descarado: means “sassy.” If you small fur baby is a bit on the sassy side, this will be a great name for him!

We hope you’ve found a great Spanish name for your dog in this list. We’ve had fun putting it together for you both!

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Tom

Tom has always loved to write since he was little - he wanted to be either a writer or a veterinary doctor, but he ended up being a professional writer while most of his works are based on animals. He was born in San Francisco but later moved to Texas to continue his job as a writer. He graduated from the University of San Francisco where he studied biotechnology. He is happily married and a soon to be father!

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