Got a new Dachshund? Chances are you want to name it.
Dachshund Names For A Male
Got a new dachshund? Chances are you want to name it.
Don’t worry if you don’t know where to start – because we put together a list of awesome dachshund names for a male.
50 Dogtastic Dachshund Names For A Male!
Ermine, Weasel, or Polecat! Splendid names for a doxie who’s up to no good!
Azazel – A demon! It makes a great name for the dog that always causes mayhem.
Buddy – Because you may find some dachshunds are rather cheeky.
Max – This one is cute and sweet all at the same time.
Leodog: This one is a play of words that fits just right for your little furball.
Biff – Another one on this list with a funny twist to it. If you really want something different, then Biff will be perfect!
Bandit – For a mischievous little guy that loves to have fun.
Moose – For your big boy!
Rascal – Is the perfect name for the dog that always has something up its sleeve.
Buster: This will fit just right if you want something fun and unique.
Rascal: If you don’t really want to put the responsibility of a name on your little guy, then this will fit just right.
Joey – For a smaller male. This one is cute and unique.
Snowball: Another fun twist that’s sure to fit if you’re looking for something different.
Luigi – An oldie but a goodie! This one will definitely fit if you’re looking for something classic and simple. Perfect for a dachshund who only speaks Italian.
Chubbs – The perfect nickname for your tubby dachshund! What better way to show off those extra love handles than with an adorable nickname?
Sparky – Another classic with a modern twist!
Crockett – This is another cool dachshund name with an interesting twist.
Dozer – For a big pup that’s determined to get his way.
Wyatt – This one is a tough, rugged name with attitude. If you want something simple and cute, then Wyatt will be perfect!
Chowder – A funny name with an even funnier meaning behind it. Perfect for when your little furry friend had too much to eat.
Patch – This one is the perfect name for any dachshund with patchy coloring. It kind of fits the way they look already.
Boomer – Another great fit if your male dachshund is big and chunky. He’ll undoubtedly love this one because everyone will be calling him “Boomer!”
Ruggs: Someone sure loves digging, and that’s Ruggs!
Fido is a classic name still used today for some people’s Dachshunds. It has been around for quite some time now.
Hank – A popular name for a male dog.
Harley – A name for a male dog that is used quite often.
Horace – Meaning “to watch”. In Roman mythology, Horace was the god of good times and plenty.
Igor – Name for a male of the canine variety.
Jasper – Meaning “treasurer.” Jasper was one of three magical stones that had fallen from the heavens to the earth. It gave its owner a level of wisdom, good luck, and protection.
Hudson – For the athletic guy who loves water!
Hugo – An old but classic name that’s worth bringing back.
Huntley– A great short version of Hunter, perfect for a little Doxie pup!
Oberyn – Perfect for a regal pup like this one.
Ozzy – A fun name for an energetic little guy.
Quincy – A great masculine-sounding name that’s a classic choice.
Rhett – One of our favorite Southern names, Rhett is a perfect choice!
Roscoe – For a friendly and outgoing pup like this one.
Scout– An excellent option for outdoor-oriented pups.
Spot – What more needs to be said? Outdoorsy and athletic Dachshunds are bound to have lots of bad spots to lick!
Sugar – An attractive choice for a sweet and cuddly pup!
Zeus – Inspired by the mythical ruler of Olympus, this classic name is perfect for a strong and powerful pup.
You could also steal one of Santa’s Reindeer Names and give it to your dachshund!
Those are (just in case you don’t know):
Rudolph – This one is a classic.
Dasher – This one is just so fun and playful.
Blitzen – This one means “lightning”.
Comet – Is one of the lead deer carrying Santa’s package during Christmas.
Vixen – A female fox.
Donner – A heavy-set but friendly deer that is also Santa’s sleigh driver!
Dancer – This one carries the Christmas packages with Comet on his back.
Prancer may be popular, but he does not carry any packages for Santa Claus.
Cupid – Another male Reindeer with no designated special duties.
There you have it, our favorite Dachshund names for a male pup! What do you think?
Did we miss any good ones? Let us know in the comments!
Thanks, and happy naming!
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