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  1. #1
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    Question Name for a male Doberman?

    I will shortly be getting a male Doberman and I could not be happier! Stuck on a name though. I'm definitely the person who needs to see the animal and feel out their personality before settling on one, but I also would like to have a list of names that I can choose from.

    Some boy names I like (also for human boys) are:

    Sebastian
    Rowan
    Milo
    Theodore
    Leo
    Noah
    Jonah
    Sullivan

    The thing is, when it comes to naming my pets, I also like to get a little out of my comfort zone and venture a little more to the 'trendy' side of things, so feel free to suggest names that don't exactly fit in with my style. Also feel free to suggest female names - I'm fairly certain he will be a boy, but it wouldn't hurt to get a few ideas for a girl either. Thanks in advance!!

  2. #3
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    Shorter names are best for dogs, so I wouldn't go with Sebastian, Theodore, or Sullivan. I think the rest are great for a dog though! It would definitely depend on his personality, however. Good luck!
    18-year-old, not-so-average boy with an obsession for baby names and animals.

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  3. #5
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    Since Doberman's are originally a German breed, I would go with something like Otto, Hugo or Bruno. For a female, try Dagmar, Elsa, Liesel or Lottie.
    All the best,
    Mischa.

  4. #7
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    Thanks for answers so far.

    @youssarian, I know that dogs respond better to short names, ending in -y, the suggestions I give are just to get a feel of my naming style. Some more canine-friendly names I like are Beau, Darby, Draco, Buckley, Marley, Molly, Keely, etc.

    Please give me some names based on those! I have a list of names I do like, but am looking for some suggestions that I might not be familiar with, or that are uncommon around my region. Thanks again.

  5. #9
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    Apollo
    Roscoe
    Dash
    Rufus
    Rex (oddly the doggiest of the list, but I like it for a human male too!)
    Quartz
    Stone
    Blaise
    Knight
    Kingsley
    Roy

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