My Dog’s Name Announces Top Dog Names of 2016

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Leading dog naming website My Dog's Name reveals the most popular dog names of the year based on 3.2 million searches

Top Dog Names of 2016 Infographic

While many names on the list were in the top 10 last year, a number of newcomers have grown in popularity. The results: a mix of tried-and-true favorites along with some flat-out surprises.

My Dog’s Name (http://www.mydogsname.com), a leading resource for finding the perfect name for your pup, announces the top dog names of 2016. The results are based on the search selections of the 3.2 million new dog owners who used the site this year.

An infographic of the most popular names is available at http://www.mydogsname.com/top-dog-names.

While many names on the list were in the top 10 last year, a number of newcomers have grown in popularity. The results: a mix of tried-and-true favorites along with some flat-out surprises.

Top Female Dog Names
1.    Bella
2.    Daisy
3.    Abby
4.    Luna
5.    A.J.
6.    Hazel
7.    Bailey
8.    Nala
9.    Addie
10.    Zoey

Top Male Dog Names
1.    Bear
2.    Axel
3.    Diesel
4.    Jax
5.    Duke
6.    Biscuit
7.    Bandit
8.    Tiger
9.    Buddy
10.    Max

My Dog’s Name also tracked the top dog names in other key categories.

Top 5 Female Sports Dog Names
1.    Piper
2.    Ali
3.    Dottie
4.    Scout
5.    Babe

Top 5 Male Sports Dog Names
1.    Tiger
2.    Archer
3.    Bolt
4.    Boomer
5.    Gunner

Top 5 Cute Female Dog Names
1.    Zoey
2.    Cocoa
3.    Roxy
4.    Ava
5.    Lola

Top 5 Cute Male Dog Names
1.    Milo
2.    A.J.
3.    Caesar
4.    Oreo
5.    Charlie

Top 5 Elegant Female Dog Names
1.    Sadie
2.    Harper
3.    Gracie
4.    Addison
5.    Paris

Top 5 Tough Male Dog Names
1.    Max
2.    Blaze
3.    Bruno
4.    Tank
5.    Hunter

Top 5 Female Names from Movies & TV
1.    Bambi
2.    Angel
3.    Belle
4.    Alice
5.    Ariel

Top 5 Male Names from Movies & TV
1.    Chewie
2.    Rocky
3.    Blue
4.    Thor
5.    Flash

About My Dog’s Name

Founded in October 2013, My Dog’s Name provides a fun, interactive experience for new dog owners looking for just the right pet name. The site allows users to sort names by preferred style and interests. To date, more than 10 million people have used My Dog’s Name when picking a name for their dog.

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