Looking for a name for your new puppy but is sick and tired of the common names that people are giving their furry friends these days?
Perhaps you would want something that’s mundane, something rare and interesting for your equally rare and interesting dog.
If you do decide to give your dog an exotic name, that’s great. But before you ultimately decide on it, try it out first.
Say it out loud and think about calling your dog by it. If “heel Rumpelstilskin” seems a bit of a mouthful, you may want to reconsider.
How about naming him after popular foreigners with exotic-sounding names like “Givenchy” (French designer), “Dali” (Spanish artist), and “Zdenka” (Czech athlete).
How about any one of The Three Musketeers — Athos, Porthos and Aramis?
That is what my blue nose Pitt is called because he was born big and takes after his name..
And I have another blue nose, the mother of SUMO, she's called SKY, and I have another male blue nose called SHADOW as he is black from head to toe.. There you have it Evangeline is a star ( i mean like a star in the sky) the movie the princess and the frog and is the brightest star in the sky. And is smart and beautiful and sweet it is perfect!
Or try to think about giving him a nickname (in this case maybe “Rum” or “Rumble”).
Below is a list of more than 140 exotic dog names for your dog. If you don’t find a name you like, return to the main puppy names page for more than 4,000 fun and interesting options.
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