50 Dog Names Ending in O

By Julie •  Updated: 12/17/20 •  7 min read
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Have you recently adopted a dog? Well, then you’ll be needing a name for your canine companion! But what name? Researching names can take a long time. It can be hard to find inspiration on choosing the best name for your fur baby.

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While it can be difficult to find a name, we’ve done some research to find an uncommon, meaningful name for your dog. You’ve come to the right place, in other words!

Now, let’s get to the list of dog names we promised!

Girl Dog Names Ending in O

Here are some unique girl dog names that end with O:

1). Lucero: this is an Italian name that means “light.” If your fur baby is the light of your life, then why not choose this name for her?

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2). Rocio: is a Spanish name, which means “morning dew.” Does your dog like to get up really early in the morning? Then this might be a great name for her.

3). Margo: is a Dutch name that means “the pearl.”

4). Coco: is a Spanish name, which means “sweet, night, stork.”

5). Milagro: is a Spanish name that means “miracles, favored.”

6). Consuelo: is another Spanish name that means “consolation, comfort.” This might be the perfect name if your dog likes to offer comfort when you’re not feeling good.

7). Aiko: is a Japanese name, which mans “little beloved.” What a cute name for a small girl dog!

8). Clio: is a Latin name that means “glorious.”

9). Kimiko: is a Japanese name that means “righteous, fair.”

10). Rosio: is a Spanish name that means “rose.” How pretty is that?

11). Keiko: is a Japanese name that means “glad, rejoice.”

12). Calypso: is a Greek name, which means “hiding.” This could be a pretty name for a dog that isn’t outgoing. You could even shorten this name to “Caly.”

13). Maryjo: is an English name, which means “star of the sea, beauty.”

14). Socorro: is a Latin name that means “helper.” You could choose this name if you have a service dog. You could even call her “Socky” for short.

15). Mariko: is a Japanese name, which means “star of the sea, beauty.”

16). Amparo: is a Spanish name that means “protection, safety.”

17). Leeloo: is a French name that means “lily (the flower).” What a cute name! This could be shortened to either “Lee” or “Loo.”

18). Aniko: is a Hungarian name, which means “admirable, favored.”

19). Callisto: is an Italian name that means “beautiful.”

20). Sumiko: is a Japanese name, which means “beautiful child.”

21). Noriko: is a Japanese name that means “faith.”

22). Bao: is a Chinese name that means “treasure.” Surely your fur baby is your greatest treasure!

23). Echo: this is a Greek name, which means “sound.” This would be a cute name for any girl dog!

24). Ino: is a Greek name, which means “daughter of Cadmus.”

25). Juno: is an Irish name that means “lamb, together.” This could be a cute name for a herding dog!

Boy Dog Names Ending in O

Here are some great options for boy dog names ending in O!

26). Diego: is a Spanish that means “conqueror, occupier.” If your dog has stolen your right, this could be a great name for him.

27). Mateo: is a Greek name, which means “gift from God.”

28). Leo: is a Latin name that means “like a lion.” Do you have a dog that resembles a lion, such as a Chow Chow?

29). Mario: is a Hebrew name, which means “manly, brave.”

30). Sergio: this is an Italian name that means “servant.”

31). Marco: is an Italian name, which means “dedicated to Mars.”

32). Emilio: is an Italian name, which means “eager.”

33). Angelo: is a Greek name that means “angel, messenger of God.”

34). Pedro: is a Portuguese name, which means “the rock, the stone.”

35). Julio: is a Spanish name that means “precious gem, youthful.”

36). Pablo: is a Spanish name that means “small, modest.”

37). Rodrigo: is an Italian name, which means “famous, powerful, red.”

38). Hugo: is a Spanish name that means “heart, mind, and soul.” Your fur baby loves you in this way! So, why not choose this name for him?

39). Aldo: is an Italian name, which means “old one, elder.”

40). Thiago: is a Portuguese name that means “conqueror, occupier.”

41). Luciano: is an Italian name, which means “bringer of light.”

42). Alfonso: is an Italian name that means “ready for battle.”

44). Bruno: is a German name, which means “brown.” If you have a brown dog, or one who has brown spots, this would be a cute name to choose.

45). Otto: is an English name that means “wealthy.”

46). Franco: is an Italian name, which means “Frenchman, free man.”

47). Dario: is a Spanish name, which means “Persian king.”

48). Eliseo: is an Italian name that means “God is my savior.”

49). Rico: is an Italian name, which means “powerful leader.” This might be a great name for a large dog, such as a Bullmastiff!

50). Tadeo: is a Spanish name that means “praised.” We know you praise your fur baby when he does a good job with training!

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading through these names and their meanings. But most of all, we hope you found a great name for your dog!

How to Choose a Name for Your Dog

We’ve also put together some information on how to find inspiration for your dog’s name. Let’s take a look:

Choose a short name: research has shown that dogs better respond to names that have two syllables. Dogs seem to recognize short names easier than longer names.

Long dog name: if you do choose a long dog name, then you might decide to shorten it. The short version will easier for your dog to hear. Plus, the short version’s easier for you to use!

No names that sound like cues: when training your dog, it will be necessary to use his name, along with the proper cues. For this reason, avoid choosing a name that sounds like a command. For example, don’t go with names that sound like “no.” This can be very confusing for dogs—they don’t know if they’re being called or given a command if the name sounds like the cue.

Life stages: you’ll want to consider that name you choose for your fur baby will be with him throughout his life. This means if you choose a name such as “Baby,” when your dog is a senior it won’t be a good fit.

Choose a name you can pronounce this is essential. If you don’t know how to say the name, then how will you be able to call your dog? That’s a huge consideration, so avoid names that are difficult to say.

Avoid names with too many consonants: these are difficult to say, and don’t exactly roll of your tongue! This especially true when calling your dog. So, be sure to choose a name with fewer consonants. Your dog will also better respond to a shorter name.

Don’t choose offensive names: this is another problem, as some people think it’s funny to name their dogs something offensive. If the name is rude, embarrassing, a racial slur, etc. avoid it all costs.

These are some of the suggestions and tips that can go a long way to find the best name for your canine companion.

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Julie

Julie is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, where she studied Animal science. Though contrary to the opinion of her parents she was meant to study pharmacy, but she was in love with animals especially cats. Julie currently works in an animal research institute (NGO) in California and loves spending quality time with her little cat. She has the passion for making research about animals, how they survive, their way of life among others and publishes it. Julie is also happily married with two kids.

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