The holiday season is a time of joy, warmth, and togetherness, and for many of us, our dogs are an integral part of that festive spirit. As we gather around the twinkling lights and exchange gifts, our four-legged companions share in the merriment with tails wagging and hearts brimming with love. If you’re looking for the perfect way to celebrate this special time with your furry friend, consider choosing one of the many enchanting “Christmas names for dogs” that embody the magic of the season.
Christmas Names for Dogs
Inspired by the sound of jingle bells, a hallmark of the holiday season.
Perfect for a dog with a white coat, like Frosty the Snowman.
A festive name reminiscent of the shimmering decoration on Christmas trees.
A classic French name that means “Christmas.”
A traditional word for the Christmas season.
Christmas Girl Names for Dogs
Named after the beautiful greenery often used in Christmas decorations.
A name that evokes the angels that are a symbol of Christmas.
Reflecting the happiness and merriment of the holiday season.
A sweet and whimsical name inspired by “The Night Before Christmas.”
Meaning “beautiful” in French, fitting for a lovely female pup.
Boy Christmas Names for Dogs
A nod to Santa Claus, the iconic figure of Christmas.
Named after the famous reindeer with the glowing red nose.
A playful reference to Kris Kringle, another name for Santa Claus.
A more unique choice, inspired by the character Ebenezer Scrooge from “A Christmas Carol.”
After the classic holiday ballet, “The Nutcracker.”
Cute Christmas Names for Dogs
A cute and playful name associated with holiday kisses.
Sweet and refreshing, just like the candy canes.
A delightful name inspired by traditional Christmas desserts.
A fun and adorable name after the popular holiday cookie.
A whimsical name that captures the magic of Christmas.
Christmas Movie Names for Dogs
Inspired by the beloved character from Dr. Seuss’ “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”
After Ebenezer Scrooge, the central character in “A Christmas Carol.”
Named after Buddy the Elf from the movie “Elf.”
In honor of Cindy Lou Who from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”
After the main character in the classic film “A Christmas Story.”
Christmas Names for White Dogs:
As mentioned before, perfect for a white pup.
A delicate and beautiful name.
A name that signifies purity and elegance.
Inspired by the snowy storms of winter.
After the high snowy mountains.
Dog Names for Christmas Puppies
A playful name for a new addition to the family.
As mentioned earlier, reminiscent of holiday decorations.
Reflecting the new growth and beginnings of the season.
A name that shines as bright as a Christmas star.
A unique choice inspired by festive door decorations.
Names for Dogs Born on Christmas
A simple and meaningful name, short for Christmas.
As mentioned earlier, a classic choice for a dog born on this special day.
A name that signifies the night before Christmas.
A nod to the traditional Christmas carols sung during the holiday.
After Saint Nicholas, the historical figure who inspired Santa Claus.
Christmas Carol Dog Names
A cute reference to “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” (“Now bring us some figgy pudding”).
A charming name that pays tribute to the timeless tradition of singing Christmas carols.
Perfect for a pup with a playful and jingly personality.
Inspired by the classic carol “Silver Bells,” this name has a melodic ring to it.
Reflecting the joyful and musical atmosphere of the season.
Inspired by the line “The holly and the ivy” from the carol “The Holly and the Ivy.”
Hanukkah Dog Names – Girl
Calling all Jewdles, Jewhuahuas, Maccabeagles, Labradreidles, Latke Apsos, Mensch Bulldogs, and other Hanukkah-celebrating Hounds!