50 Dog Names Ending in T

By Julie •  Updated: 02/28/21 •  7 min read
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Coming home with a newly adopted dog or puppy is an exciting time. You and your family may have spent months looking for just the right dog. When you finally find them, it feels like heaven is smiling down! Nothing is better than bringing your new furry companion home.

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When you and your dog finally settle down to a routine, it suddenly hits that you need to find a name for canine companion! Finding the right name can be quite a challenge sometimes. How do you choose the best name, one that is meaningful, and yet is unique?

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That’s where we come in. We know it can be difficult finding that special name for your dog. So, we’ve done some research to help get you started.

In this article, we’ve come up with a list of dog names that end with the letter T! Let’s get started!

Boy Dog Names Ending in the Letter T

Here are some boy dog names that end with the letter T!

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1). Wyatt: is a name that comes from Medieval English and means “war, brave.” This might be a great name for a large dog, or one who is very protective.

2). Robert: is a German name that means “fame or bright.” This was also the name of three Scottish kings. This name could also be shortened to “Robbie.”

3). Garrett: is an English name, which means “spear, brave, descendant.”

4). Emmett: is an English name that means “complete, universal.” This might be a cute name for a miniature Schnauzer or another medium-sized dog.

5).  Elliott: is an English name that means “He is my God.”

6). Colt: is an English name, which means “famous sailor.”

7). Rhett: is an English name that means “stream.” This is also the name of the male lead in the movie “Gone with the Wind.”

8). Brent: is an English name, which means “hill, mount.” Does your fur baby like to climb hills and trails with you? Then this could be the perfect name for him.

9). Ernest: is an English name that means “honest, serious.”

10). Forrest: is an English name that means “woodsman, woods.” If your dog loves to walk through the woods with you, then this would be a great name for him!

11). Jarrett: is an English name, which means “spear, brave, descendant.”

12). Brandt: is an English name that means “sword, fiery torch, beacon.” This would be a pretty and unique name for a dog that has fiery red hair such as an Irish Setter.

13). Clint: is an English name, which means “fenced settlement.” It’s also the first name of the famous actor Clint Eastwood.

14). Stuart: is an English name that means “governor.”

15). West: is an English name, which means “western meadow.” If your fur baby comes from a Western state or you live in the West, then this would be the perfect name for your dog!

16). Matt: is an English name that means “gift from God.”

17). Holt: is an English name that means “from the woods.”

18). Flint: is an English name, which means “stream.” It’s also a type of rock. If you live in an area with lots of flint, this might be a cute name for your dog.

19). Tait: is an English name, which means “brings joy.” We’re sure your canine companion will bring you much joy!

20). Barret: is an English name, which means “strong like a bear.” This might be the perfect name for a St. Bernard, or a dog that really looks like a bear!

21). Delbert: is an English name, which means “noble, bright, famous.”

22). Walt: is an English name that means “commander of the army.”

23). Whit: is an English name, which means “white.” This would be a great name for a dog that has mostly white or light-colored fur.

24). Hewitt: is an English name, which means “heart, mind, soul.” You can also shorten this name to “Hew” or “Hewie.”

25). Bert: is an English name that means “noble, bright, famous.” It’s also the name of a famous Muppet from the duo of Bert & Ernie.

Girl Dog Names Ending in the Letter T

Here are some girl dog names that end in the letter T!

26). Scarlett: is an English name, which means “red.” Does your fur baby have red hair? Then why not choose this name for her?

27). Violet: is an English name that means “violet (the flower).” This would be a pretty name for a dog who has blue eyes, or one who is has blue fur.

28). Bennett: is an English name that means “blessed.” While we usually think of this as a boy’s name, it’s also sometimes used as a girl’s name.

29). Juliet: is an English name, which means “young one, devoted to Jupiter.” This is also the name of the female lead in Shakespeare’s play Romeo & Juliet!

30). Jett: is an English name that means “black colored gemstone.” This is another name that can be used either for boys or girls. It would be perfect for a dog who has deep black fur.

31). Janet: is an English name, which means “God is gracious.”

32). Scout: is an English name that means “to listen” and is a name that will work for both boy and girl dogs. This might be a great name for a hunting dog!

33). Merritt: is an English name, which means “little, famous.” You might choose this name for a small dog, or for a dog that is somewhat well-known in the neighborhood or at the dog park.

34). Harriet: is an English name that means “ruler of the home land.” What a cute name—you could even shorten it to “Harri.”

35). Jaret: is an English name, which means “spear, brave, descendant.”

36). Lizbet: is an English name that means “devoted to God.” This could also be shortened to “Lizzy” or “Beth.”

37). Celest: is an English name, which means “heavenly.”

38). Hart: is an English name that means “strong, brave, stag.” Does your fur baby love to chase the deer in the woods? Then why not choose this name for her?

39). Bridgit: is an English name that means “exalted.” It’s also the name of an Irish saint who is known for instructing the women of her day how to read and write.

40). Starlet: is an English name that means “small star.”

41). Velvet: is an English name, which means “soft.” This would be the perfect name for a dog who has very soft, velvety fur.

42). Cait: is an English name, which means “blessed, holy, pure.”

43). Garnet: is an English name that means “protects with his spear.” If your dog is protective and tends to guard the yard and your home, then this would be a pretty name for her.

44). Annett: is an English name, which means “admirable, favored.”

45). Danett: is an English name that means “God is my Judge.”

46). Charlet: is an English name, which means “strong, brave, free.”

47). Talbot: is an English name that means “from the valley.” It’s another name that can be used for girls or boys.

48). Kat: is an English name, which means “blessed, pure, holy.” It’s also the shortened form of the name “Katherine.”

49). Linnet: is an English name that means “bird, idol, honest.”

50). Gannet: this is a type of large sea bird that dives into the water in search of fish. These birds usually have white feathers, so this might be a great name for a dog who has white fur.

There you have it! Fifty dog names that end with the letter T—we hope one of these will be a great 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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