The Top 5 Funniest Dog Names (Currently on our Client List)
Ready for a laugh? Luckily, our clients are some pretty funny dog parents. Here at We Feed Raw, it's a favorite staff pastime to scroll through our database just to see what clever new dog names have popped up. Since we enjoy doing this so much, we thought you'd get a kick out of it too, so we rounded up The Top 5 Funniest Dog Names currently on our We Feed Raw client list. Read on for why they make us LOL.
1) Figgy Pudding
There's something so delightful about this combination of words, especially when it's applied to a dog and not its original namesake--a cake-like dessert served during Christmastime in Britain. Figgy is cute; pudding is even cuter. Put these words together for a dog name and it kind of makes our hearts explode.
2) Pappy Van Winkle
Pappy Van Winkle is actually a very rare bourbon. One shot can cost you $315. And while high-quality bourbon is nice and all, our obsession is with Pappy Van Winkle The Dog. When we first heard this name, we thought: poodle...definitely poodle. Turns out he's an adorable 1- year-old Golden Retriever (with parents who really like fancy bourbon).
3) Biggie Smalls
The Notorious B.I.G., otherwise known as Biggie Smalls, is one of the greatest rappers of all time. A big guy with a big presence who was famous for his smooth rhymes. A name like this makes you think Cane Corso, English Mastiff, or maybe even English Bulldog. Imagine our giddy surprise when we found out this name belongs to a...wait for it...Miniature Schnauzer.
A Greek surname or the first name of a dog? The answer is...both! Of course, our dog-obsessed minds are only focused on the latter. We love the comedic drama of it. Can you imagine hearing this name being yelled out at a dog park? Among the Maxes and Charlies? Utter delight.
5) Mr. Poe
To be honest, you can add a prefix, like Mr., Mrs., or Miss to pretty much any dog name and you've got a winner. Mr. Poe (or Arthur Poe) is also a character in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. The character is a banker whose motives are never quite clear. What is clear, however, is how much we love this name for a dog. Although it does leave us with this question: is he always called Mr. Poe or is it shortened to "Poe" or "Mister" when his parents are in a rush?