50 Poodle Dog Names

By Kim •  Updated: 03/07/21 •  8 min read
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Have you just adopted a new Poodle? Are you looking for a great name for your Poodle? Then you’ve come to the right place!

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We know that finding a great name for you dog isn’t always easy. If you’ve tried the normal inspirations for names, you may be stuck. So, we’re here to help you out! We’ve created a list of 50 poodle names!

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Now, we’re ready to get started with our list of 50 Poodle names we promised!

Male Poodle Names

Here are some Poodle names that are great for boy dogs!

1). Simon: is a Hebrew name that means “God has heard.” If you feel your canine companion is a gift straight from heaven, then this would be a great name for him!

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2). Mitch: is an American name, which means “who is like God?” Here’s another great name if believe your canine companion is a gift from above!

3). Max: is a Latin name, which means “greatest.” We’re sure you feel your fur baby is the greatest around!

4). Brodie: this is a Scottish name that is the name of a Scottish castle. If you have Scottish heritage, why not consider this name for your dog? And this is a name that can be used for boys or girls, and it can also be spelled “Brody.”

5). Rex: is a Latin name that means “king.” This is a great name for a male Poodle who is very confident, and who has a regal bearing.

6). Daryl: this is an English name, which means “from Airelle.” This is a name that can also be used for girl dogs!

7). Henri: this is a French name that means “ruler of the home.” What a great name for a Poodle who is very protective.

8). Koda: this is Native American name, which means “friend.” What better name could your choose for your canine companion?

9). Jack: is an English name that means “God is gracious.”

10). Jerome: is a Latin name, which means “holy name.”

11). Monty: is an French name, which means “mountain belonging to a ruler.” This is a perfect name if you happen to live on top of a hill or mountain.

12). Squire: this is a name that comes from Middle English and means a “man belonging to the feudal rank immediately below that of a knight.” In other words, this is a great name for dogs that have a noble bearing.

13). Axel: is a Scandinavian name that means “my father is my peace.”

14). Desmond: is an Irish name, which means “one from south Munster.” This is a great name for a Poodle with red hair and/or if you have Irish heritage.

15). Frankie: is a Latin name, which means “Frenchman or free man.”

16). Rufus: is a Latin name, which means “Red haired.”

17). Felipe: is a Spanish name that means “horse lover.” If your and your canine friend happy to enjoy being around horses, then this is a great name for him. You might also choose this name for a Standard Poodle. Their size is like having a small pony around!

18). Chewy: this name comes from Star Wars and the large character that was named Chewbacca. If you love Star Wars and sci-fi this might be a great name choice for your Poodle.

19). Jester: if your Poodle’s personality is somewhat funny and he likes do goofy things for attention, then you could choose this name for him.

20). Buddy: is a word that means “friend.” What a cute name for a miniature or toy Poodle!

21). Louie: is an English name, which means “famous warrior.”

22). Oliver: is an English name that means “descendant of the ancestor.”

23). Teddy: is an English name, which means “divine gift.”

24). Bailey: is an English name that means “bailiff or steward.” This is also a name that can be used for boy or girl dogs.

25). Bentley: is an English name that means “meadow with coarse grass.”

Female Poodle Names

Here are some great names for girl Poodles!

26). Missy: this is an American name that means “bee.” What a cute name for a toy or miniature Poodle!

27). Gigi: is a French name that means “earth worker or God is gracious.” We like the second meaning better! If your fur baby is like a gift from heaven, then why not choose this name for your Poodle?

28). Milda: is a Lithuanian name that is the name of the ancient Lithuanian goddess of love.

29). Eliza: is an English name that means “God is my oath.”

30). Cher: is a French name, which means “dear one.” It’s also the name of the world-famous singer named Cher.

31). Mia: is a Scandinavian name, which means “of the sea.” This is the perfect name for a dog that loves to swim and play in the water!

32). Jojo: is a Nigerian name that means “God raises or God will increase.”

33). Darcy: is a French name that means “dark one.” This would be the perfect name for a dog that has black hair.

34). Della: is an English name, which means “of the nobility.” What a pretty name for dog who has a very noble, regal bearing.

35). Zelda: is a German name that means “gray battle, strong woman.” This might be a pretty name for a dog who has gray hair and/or is a very strong girl!

36). Piper: is an English name that means “flute player.”

37). Darling: is a name that comes from the Middle English and means “beloved one, dear, beloved.”

38). Duchess: is an English word that means a woman who is married to a duke. This would be a pretty name for any girl Poodle!

39). Lady: this name comes from the Middle English and means “female head of a household.” If your fur baby runs the house, this might be a great name for her!

40). Chanel: is a French name that means “canal.” This is also the name of the famous fashion designer, “Coco” Chanel.

41). Isabella: is a Spanish name that means “God is my oat.”

42). Pixie: is an Irish name that means “fairy,” and would be a great name for a toy Poodle.

43). Dakota: is a Native American name that means “the allies.”

44). Gertie: is a German name that means “long spear.” This might be a great name for a Poodle that takes guarding her home and family very seriously.

45). Pearl: is an English name that means “smooth, round bead that comes from a mollusk.” This would be a great name for an apricot or silver Poodle.

46). Bella: is an Italian name that means “God is my oat.”

47). Coco: is an American name that means “chocolate bean.” This would be a pretty name for a dark brown Poodle.

48). Daisy: is an American name that means “daisy flower.” This would be a great name for a white Poodle, who is always fresh as a daisy!

49). Lucy: is an English name, which means “light.” What a great name for a light-colored Poodle! And it’s the name of the famous comedienne, Lucille Ball.

50). Sophie: is a French name that means “wisdom.” What a pretty name this would make for a Poodle who is very pretty and extremely pretty.

What are Poodles?

Poodles are one of the most popular breeds around the world! The reason is because they’re beautiful, intelligent dogs that are filled to the brim with energy. And they usually have great personalities. While these have long been considered a French dog breed, they really originated in Germany! In Germany, this dog breed was bred to be water/retriever dogs.

When it comes to Poodle sizes, it can be confusing. They generally come in three sizes which include standard (the largest), miniature (medium-sized), and toy (the smallest). While they come in three sizes, they’re all considered Poodles and you’ll find they carry the same breed standards.

Poodles have a curly coat, which can be unruly and become matted if not clipped regularly. Many people with allergies choose Poodles as their companions because they don’t shed as much. The most common coat colors are white, apricot, silver, black, and chocolate. You may sometimes see a Poodle with reddish, or cream, or even blue hair—these colors are pretty, but not quite as common.

When it comes to personality, it’s very hard not to fall in love with Poodles. They’re extremely intelligent and easy to train. Plus, they’re lively, active and sometimes can be quite the clown! These dogs crave attention and can develop habits if they don’t get enough attention. They easily become bored and may have a barking issue when home alone.

Poodles can also be very protective of their homes and family; sometimes they may be aggressive to people outside their home, or even to other dogs.

Poodles, when cared for well through their lives, can live a lot longer than other breeds. This breed has an average life span of 10 to 18 years, and can vary in size from 45-70 lbs. They’re prone to certain health issues including:

As far as training goes, these dogs are so smart that it’s easy to train them! And they do well with kids, as long as the dog has been properly socialized.

As you can see, poodles are great dogs to have! They make wonderful fun, intelligent fur babies to have at your side!

There you have it! We hope you’ve enjoyed this article and even more, we hope you’ve found the perfect name for your Poodle fur baby!

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Kim

Kim is a talented author, who loves animals especially dogs. She engaged in writing books and articles relating to animals a decade ago. Kim resides in Chicago with her husband and son. The family is the proud owner of a dog and a parrot (Jack and Lily). Kim wanted more than these two pets, but her husband put his foot down... She often visits elementary schools to talk to the kids about what she learned about pets and how they could learn from them.

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