French Bulldogs make excellent pets because they’re bred to be cute and friendly. If you’re lucky enough to bring one home and make it a part of your family, you should give it the perfect name.
Did you know that there’s a science behind picking names for dogs? There are studies that show how dogs react when you call them by different types of names. And there are studies on the meaning and sound of words. Our list has been put together using these statistics.
We also reviewed many french bulldog forums to make sure our list covers all the possible sounds, meanings, and appropriate styles for naming your pup.
Only you’ll know what that is, but a little help from the cute and funny names for French Bulldogs below will make this process a lot smoother and more fun.
Let’s get right to it!
- Girl French Bulldog Names
- Female French Bulldog Names
- Male French Bulldog Names
- Cute French Bulldog Names
- Badass French Bulldog Names
- Best French Bulldog Names
- Good French Bulldog Names
- Celebrity French Bulldog Names
- Disney French Bulldog Names
- Exotic French Bulldog Names
- Funny French Bulldog Names
- Grey French Bulldog Names
- Italian French Bulldog Names
- Popular French Bulldog Names
- Quirky French Bulldog Names
- Rare French Bulldog Names
- White French Bulldog Names
Girl French Bulldog Names
Did you just bring in a small, female French Bulldog into your home? If yes, you must not waste any time in giving it a name if you want to start playing with it. Here are some girl French Bulldog names that’ll help you get started.
Female French Bulldog Names
Now, you may be wondering why there’s a separate category for female French Bulldog names.
Well, that’s because the names in this category aren’t as cute as the ones in the list above.
This way, you can choose a name for your dog that’s more in line with its general appearance and personality.
Male French Bulldog Names
If you were to go and adopt a French Bulldog right now, what would you name that good boy?
Are you struggling to think of an excellent name on the spot?
Well, this extensive list of male French Bulldog names will help you out.
Cute French Bulldog Names
French bulldogs were bred to be companion dogs that are friendly and mild-tempered. So, a lot of dog owners who have this breed will argue that their doggo is cute and cuddly, just like many other doggos.
If you’re one of those dog owners, then you must check out this list of cute French Bulldog names.
Badass French Bulldog Names
Even though French Bulldogs are relatively small, they are really strong creatures. It’s almost as if there’s a large dog in the body of a small one. This interesting fact about these creatures makes them quite badass in our opinion.
Keeping that in mind, we’ve prepared a short list of badass French Bulldog names that you can use for your awesome pet.
Bolt: Bolt is an excellent badass name for a dog because it represents something that is small but tough. The meaning of the name gets even better when you consider the fact that the name represents a lightning bolt. Thus, it’s great for a doggo that’s really fast as well.
If your heart isn’t set on the name Bolt, don’t worry. We’ve got a few more names that might pique your interest.
Best French Bulldog Names
Mignon: Selecting the best name for a pet is always the hardest job. Well, in the case of French Bulldogs, we went with the name Mignon because it means cute and/or darling in French. And French Bulldogs are absolute darlings!
Good French Bulldog Names
Yoda: If you’re looking for a good French Bulldog name, then how about Yoda? Master Jedi Yoda from Star Wars is arguably as good as they come.
Celebrity French Bulldog Names
There’s no doubt that Frenchies with their small bodies and short snouts are cute creatures. Perhaps, that’s one of the main reasons why so many celebrities are bringing these small dogs into their homes.
Do you want to name your doggo after a celeb’s dog? Check out these celebrity French Bulldog names then!
Pepper: This is the name of actress Reese Witherspoon’s French Bulldog. Pepper joined her family in 2016 as a pup and can be seen in the actress’s pictures on social media. Pepper has a beautiful dark grey coat.
Peaches: Hilary Duff has a cute little Frenchie named Peaches. Her current dog is the sister of her previous doggo, Beau, that sadly passed away. If you’d like to name your doggo Beau to keep her memory alive, then go for it.
Gary: The legend herself, Carrie Fisher (she played the legendary Star Wars character, Princess Leia), used to have a Frenchie called Gary. Gary was an excellent companion to Carrie as she even brought him to the red carpet premiere of Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens in 2015. If your doggo is already an excellent companion, name him Gary.
Disney French Bulldog Names
Butch: Butch, the bulldog, is an old Disney character who debuted in 1940. His role in the Disney universe was to act as Pluto’s nemesis. Now, while we understand that Butch may not have been a Frenchie, naming your dog after him shouldn’t be a problem.
- Peter Pan
Exotic French Bulldog Names
Browse through some of these exotic French Bulldogs names. We’re positive that at least a few of them will intrigue you.
Funny French Bulldog Names
Sharing a laugh with a friend is almost always a great feeling.
Well, giving your dog a funny name can be one way you can do that. That’s not to say that you should laugh at your pets (please, don’t!), but that a funny name lends a bit of insight into what you think is funny.
Goliath: What is one distinctive trait about French Bulldogs that you can immediately think of? Perhaps, it’s that they are small? Well, if you did guess that, then maybe consider a name that’s funny only because it’s ironic.
Goliath is the name of the giant in the story of David and Goliath. And, well, naming a French Bulldog that is a good way to showcase your sense of humor.
Grey French Bulldog Names
Spike: If you’re familiar with this character, we’d argue that you watched TV cartoons when you were a child.
Spike is a grey bulldog from the TV animated series Tom and Jerry. He made his debut in 1942 and is known for being aggressive toward cats (Tom, specifically) but friendly toward mice (we’re talking about Jerry, of course).
What’s more, Spike is also known for being a loving father to his son, Tyke. If your grey French Bulldog is anything like Spike, then you must consider this name for your pet. You could also name your doggo Tyke if it’s still a baby.
Italian French Bulldog Names
If you have Italian heritage, would you prefer naming your dog that showcases that? Well, we’ve got you covered with this list of Italian French Bulldog names.
Popular French Bulldog Names
Many times dog names are popular because they’re actually great names. Take a look at some of these.
Quirky French Bulldog Names
Stubby: There are two reasons why this name is apt for this breed of dogs.
The first reason is that they can be quite stubborn (Stubby is a play on this word). And the second reason is that they are relatively short dogs.
Rare French Bulldog Names
If you’re someone who wants their dog’s name to stand out, then this list of names is for you.
- Cookie Dough
- Candy Cane
White French Bulldog Names
Ghost: Ghost is a pretty badass and cool name for a dog, in my opinion.
Naming your white bulldog Ghost is even more appropriate because ghosts are usually represented as white-colored beings (or whatever you want to call them).
If you are looking for a white french bulldog name, then this list is the perfect starting point. These names are specifically made for white Frenchies.
Conclusion: French Bulldog Names
Wow, 500+ French Bulldog names I must say that was quite a task to get through, but I’m glad we did.
I hope you enjoyed the article. I had a lot of fun writing it and I hope that just leads to a few more people buying French Bulldogs, as they are one of the most amazing creatures on earth.
Once you get your Frenchie, I hope you enjoy grooming them, playing with them and most of all loving them. We wish you many happy years with your new family member!
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