Naming your new French bulldog puppy is one of the joys of getting a new puppy. Keep in mind throughout his or her lifetime, you will use your French bulldog’s name over 40,000 times. So try to pick a name you and your family will enjoy saying that won’t get old fast 🙂
Here are some tips for finding the perfect name for your french bulldog puppy. Remember that bulldogs understand brief commands. Names should therefore be easy to remember. Names with two syllables or lesser work better. You shouldn’t expect your French bulldog puppy to be able to respond to you immediately if you name him a very long name.
The name you pick for your French bulldog puppy should not sound like the rest of the commands. For example, if you name your French bulldog “Kit” it is close with the common command “sit”. Having a name like that can be very confusing to your Frenchie.
Also keep in mind that you will be using the French’s name in public so try to choose a name you don’t mind calling out in public. Try to pick a name that won’t be embarrassing or cause many jokes as the jokes will get old 🙂 Some of the most popular bulldog names in America are Gamin, Stitch, Winston, Stormy, Rico, Clyde, Otis, Jake, Buddy, Max, Duke, Maggie, Molly, Lady, Brandy, Bailey, Sadie, Sam, Lucy, Rocky, Daisy, Buster, and Ginger
Try thinking of names of things/memories you associate with a positive experience. For example, your favorite cocktail, your favorite holiday destination, vacation, favorite city in another country (or name of a tropical island). Also consider a famous name from history or a character from a story you have read.
It’s best not to name your French bulldog puppy until you interact with him so you can better pick the name that really fits him or her 🙂 Once you have a couple Frenchie puppy names picked out call those names out load several times to get an idea of what feels right. Ask your family what they want to name the French bulldog. Let everyone participate in the naming decision process. Taking family votes is a good idea.
What about naming an older French bulldog? If you adopt an adult French bulldog or a rescue Frenchie it would probably be better to stick with its old name. But if the name of the dog is one of your children’s names or an ex spouses name then try to stick with names that sound similar to it.
I put a list together of French bulldog names below to give you some ideas to start with 🙂
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