50 Pakistani Dog Names and Their Meaning

Reviewed By Tom •  Updated: 08/27/20 •  9 min read
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Have you adopted a dog that is from a Pakistani dog breed? Are you looking for a Pakistani name for your canine companion to honor your heritage? Or perhaps you’re interested in Pakistan’s history. Whatever the reason you’d like a Pakistani name for your dog, you’ve come to the right place!

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We’ve put together a list of Pakistani names, and their meanings, which could be a great choice for your fur baby! Let’s get started, but first let’s take a quick look at the country and its dog breeds!

Pakistan and Dogs

Pakistan, which is officially known as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is an ancient land that shares borders with India, China, Iran and Afghanistan. The name of the country means “land of the pure” in Persian and Urdu (the national language of the country).

The country includes stunning mountain vistas, valleys, and other rugged areas. Its culture is rich and highly diverse, with many different languages being spoken around the country.

When it comes to dog breeds, Pakistan is famous for three different breeds including:

OK, now we’re ready to take a look at our list of Pakistani dog names!

Pakistani Bully Dog Name

Are you the pet parent of a Bully Pakistani dog breed? Or have you adopted another type of large dog breed? Then here are some names that may be a great option for your fur baby!

1). Abani: means “earth.” If you have a dog that loves to dig in the dirt, this could be a great name for him! We don’t want to encourage digging, but this is a pretty, unique name no matter what.

2). Babaljeet: means “filled with love.” If you have a large dog, you know his or her heart is filled with love overflowing for you!

3). Ganganjeet: means “victor of the skies,” which could be a great name for a dog with blue eyes, or who enjoys hiking with you under the blue sky.

4). Rabah: means “gainer.”  This might be a great choice for a large dog who loves to run and often wins the race!

5). Shabaaz: means “white falcon.” Do you have a large white dog? Then this could be the perfect name for them, especially if they are fast on their feet and seem to fly like a falcon. This could be a great name for a greyhound!

6). Adil: means “sincere.” If you have a devoted fur baby, you know he sincerely loves you.

7). Ajit: means “invincible.” What a beautiful name for a dog who has become a winner at agility competitions, or perhaps takes top marks at obedience school!

8). Raj: means “ruling.” If you have a large dog, then this could be a great name for him if he believes he’s the one in charge!

9). Batuk: means “boy.” If you have a male fur baby, this is a very strong-sounding name for a large male dog.

10). Attaf: means “protector of the weak.” If you have a dog who protects your entire family, including the kids, this is the perfect name for him.

Pakistani Female Dog Names

Here are some truly uncommon, beautiful Pakistani names for girl dogs!

12). Aroos: means “extraordinarily beautiful.” What lady dog isn’t beautiful?

13). Asali: means “made of honey.” If you have particularly sweet-natured lady dog, this would be a very good name for her!

14). Atfah: means “one who is affectionate and compassionate.” What a pretty girl’s name for a lady dog who is very caring and affectionate!

15). Azrah: means “help, support, or protection.” This could be a great name for a girl dog who is protective and helpful. This could be pretty name for a service dog!

16). Jinani: means “from paradise or heavenly.” All dogs are gifts from heaven, so this could be the perfect Pakistani name for your girl dog.

17). Shaima: means “one who is good-natured.” If you have a dog who is very easy-going and laid back, this would be a very pretty name for her.

18). Raim: means “a mother who loves her child.” What a perfect name for a lady dog who is a mother who is devoted to her pups! Or for a girl dog who is devoted to your entire family.

19). Salima: means “safe and sound.” Is your fur baby protective? Or does she like to feel safe near you? Then this could be a very beautiful name for your lady dog.

20). Anya: means “different.” Is your girl dog unique? Then what better name could you choose for her?

Pakistani Dog Names Male

Don’t despair if you haven’t found just the right name yet! Here are some great Pakistani names for boy dogs!

21). Multan: this is the name of a Pakistani city located on the Chenab River.

22). Sukkur: the name of another city that’s located on the bank of the Indus River.

23). Jhang: this is another city in Pakistan that’s located on the Chenab River.

24). Mojan: means “attractive.” If you have a very handsome boy dog, this may be just the right name for him!

25). Amir: means “rich.” Your fur baby may not be rich, but his fur coat may be a rich, deep color. Or you could choose this name because your boy dog makes your life much richer since he’s in it!

26). Harbin: means “filled with courage.” If you have a brave fur baby, this could be a great name for him!

27). Yadid: means “beloved friend.” What fur baby isn’t your beloved friend and companion? What a great name for your boy dog!

28). Yamar: means “life.” Does your dog make life happier? Then what a unique name filled with so much meaning!

29). Arif: means “learned, knowing, expert.” If your boy dog is extremely wise and intelligent, this would be the best name for him!

30). Asad: means “lion,” and could be just the perfect name for a dog who looks like a lion, like a Chow Chow! Or this could be a great name for a dog who is as brave as a lion.

Pakistan Dog Names List

Still haven’t found just the right name for your fur baby? That’s OK! We’ve got some more names for you to choose from!

31). Karamjot: means “light of God’s grace.” What a beautiful name! We’ve always said that dogs are the perfect gift from heaven!

32). Anupbir: means “beauteous & brave.” This could be a great name for a boy or girl dog—one who is especially pretty and courageous.

33). Bhavjeet: means “one who swims across the dreadful world ocean.” While your fur baby may not swim across an ocean, if he or she loves to swim or loves water, this would be a very unique name!

34). Balvant: means “powerful, strong, full of might.” This would be the perfect name for a dog who is very strong and probably large!

35). Gatleen: means “merged in freedom.” This is a very unusual name, but could be a great choice for a boy or a girl.

36). Gajendra: means “kind of elephants.” If you have a very large dog, such as a Mastiff, this would be a very appropriate name—for a boy or a girl.

37). Shashi: means “moon,” which could be a very beautiful name for a girl dog.

38). Deenpal: means “protector of the helpless.” If you have a protective boy dog, this could be a great name for him!

39). Dhann: means “the blessed one.” Your fur baby is definitely blessed to be with you, and you are blessed to have him, too!

40). Kamaljeet: means “achiever of perfection.” If your dog loves to do everything perfectly, then this could be a great name for him or her.

Pakistan Dog Name

Are you still looking for just the right name for your canine companion? Don’t despair! Here are a few more names that may be just the right fit for him or her!

41). Jeevan: means “life.” If your fur baby has helped you live more than ever before, then this is the best name for him or her.

42). Ujala: means “brightness.” If you have a lady dog who brings much light and life to you, then what better name could you choose for her?

43). Jaswant: means “victorious, famous.” Do you have a dog who competes in dog agility competitions? Or do you have a show dog who is always the winner? Then this could be a great name for him! Although we believe all dogs are winners, even if they don’t compete!

44). Fakir: means “a saintly person.” Do you have a dog who has a very peaceful nature and who always behaves? Then this may be a great choice of name for him.

45). Jasmin: means “a flower.” Do you need a pretty name for a lady dog? Why not choose this name? Especially if you love jasmine flowers!

46). Jasmit: means “famed.” No matter if your dog is famous or not, this could be a very pretty, distinct name for a lady dog.

47). Amardeep: means “eternal light.” If your fur baby is the light of your life, this is the best name you could choose for him!

48). Mansukh: means “one with peace of mind or happy one.” Is your fur baby always happy and peaceful? Then what better name could you choose for him or her?

49). Deep: means “the lamp of light.” This is another unique beautiful Pakistani name for a girl or boy dog.

50). Ujala: means “brightness.” Here’s a very beautiful name for your girl dog, especially if she brings you much brightness and happiness!

We hope you’ve found the perfect name for your boy or girl dog in our list of Pakistani dog names! We’d like to wish you and your fur baby all the best in the years to come!

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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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