The top 10 dog names of 2019 are revealed…

Perhaps you welcomed a new canine companion during 2019 and you’re curious to find out if their name features in our top 10 dog names list? Or maybe you’re planning on saying “hello” a new pup this New Year and you’re desperate for some puppy name inspiration?

Either way, you might want to cast your peepers over our top ten puppy and dog names from 2019. We’ve compiled our list after sifting through the MiPet Cover data for the last 12 months (quote and policy data – 1 January 2019-16 December 2019).

Drum roll please…

Top 10 female dog names (vs 2018)

  1. Bella (non-mover, #1 in 2018)
  2. Luna (non-mover, #2 in 2018)
  3. Lola (up one place from #4 in 2018)
  4. Poppy (down one place from #3 in 2018)
  5. Daisy (non-mover, #5 in 2018)
  6. Ruby (up one place from #7 in 2018)
  7. Rosie (down one place from #6 in 2018)
  8. Molly (non-mover, #8 in 2018)
  9. Coco (non-mover, #9 in 2018)
  10. Willow (new entry)

2018’s most popular female dog names have held on to their positions strongly for 2019. All of last year’s top names have staked their claim in 2019’s chart, apart from Willow which has bounded into the number ten spot (previously held by Millie in 2018). Bella and Luna continue to show their popularity, with pet owners continuing to favour these names in high numbers.

Top ten dog names 2019. A man and a dog enjoy a walk in the hills.

Top 10 male dog names (vs 2018)

  1. Teddy (non-mover)
  2. Buddy (non-mover)
  3. Max (up two places from #5)
  4. Milo (down one place from #3)
  5. Charlie (up two places from #7)
  6. Alfie (down two places from #4)
  7. Bailey (down one place from #6)
  8. Bear (up two places from #10)
  9. Reggie (down one place from #8)
  10. Hugo (new entry)

Teddy and Buddy are still going strong for the second year in a row. Can they hold on throughout 2020? Oscar (previously #9) has dropped out of the charts making way for Hugo to scamper on up to tenth place.

Are you welcoming a new puppy dog into your family in 2020?

If you’re going to saying “hello” to a cute pup soon, aside from naming your new pal, it’s important to find a local vet who’ll care for them throughout their life.

New puppies are a mischievous bunch, so MiPet Cover offers four weeks’ free WalkawayCover* just in case they get into a sticky situation during their first few weeks in their new home. You can also get an instant online quote today for one of our LifetimeFlex or 365Flex policies, offering you complete peace of mind.

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Good luck with settling on a name for your new pawsome pal. ‘Like’ us on Facebook‘follow’ us on Twitter or check out the MiPet Cover blog for more tips and advice on pet health and happiness.

*Puppy must be between eight weeks and one year old and is subject to a CVS veterinary health check. WalkawayCover is immediate for illness and accidents. Not all breeds of dog are eligible.

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