Australian Bandog Dog Names

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Introduction

The Australian Bandog, better known as the Australian Bandogge or Australian Mastiff, is a massive pooch created by mixing a Mastiff with an Australian Bulldog. They are in the Mastiff group and are part of the Molosser strain. These beasts can grow to a huge 150 pounds or more, their head and chest are large and square, and they are built like a bull with muscles on top of muscles. But even though they look fur-ocious, they are loving and cuddly pups that make pawesome pets as well as wonderful protectors. You cannot go wrong with an Australian Bandog as your friend.

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Australian Bandog Dog Name Considerations

Although the Australian Bandog is not a recognized purebred dog breed, these sturdy canine kids have an unofficial standard mix of the Australian Bulldog, American Pit Bull Terrier, Bull Mastiff, Dogue de Bordeaux, and Old English Mastiff. Genghis Khan’s grandson, Kublai Khan, was reported to have used thousands of these pooches in his attack on the Korean Peninsula of Goryeo and Japan. According to historians, the Romans and English did as well. So these big doggos are no stranger to protecting their human partners and will protect you and your family from anyone or anything. 

If you have an Australian Bandog, you know how awesome these pooches are, and you are probably looking for a suitable moniker for your new furry family member. There are plenty of positively perfect names for huge dogs like Tank, Goliath, Brutus, and Hulk. However, if you do not want to just go with the obvious and want something different, you could try an Australian name such as Ethan, which is the Australian name for strong or Athena, the Greek goddess of war and wisdom. Artemis is the Greek goddess of the hunt, Nyx is the goddess of light and perfect for a white or yellow pup, and Neptune is the Greek god of the sea and a great choice for a water dog. 

Male Australian Bandog Dog Names

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Hercules
The Roman god and mythological hero
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Tank
A large and powerful army vehicle
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Samson
A Biblical figure known for his strength
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Loki
The Norse god who can shapeshift
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Argos
In “The Odyssey,” he is Odysseus' faithful dog
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Goliath
For that especially huge doggo
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Brutus
A popular name for big, strong individuals
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Hulk
That huge green animated hero
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Atlas
The Greek giant with the world on his back
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Ethan
The Australian name for strong
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Caesar
Julius Caesar was a Roman Emperor
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Moose
Cute name for any big pup
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Beast
The Mastiff in the 1993 film “The Sandlot”
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Dingo
The Australian name for dog
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Kojak
The tough NYPD detective from the 1970s television series by the same name
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Achilles
The Greek hero of the Trojan war
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Henry
Australian name meaning ruler
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Duke
A royal title and abbreviation of Marmaduke
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Attila
Attila the Hun rules Asia and Europe in the 400s
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Zeus
The ruler of the Greek gods
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Nero
Roman Emperor and the hero on “The Matrix”
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Rocky
For that popular boxer, Rocky Balboa
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Arnold
After that famous actor Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Igor
The Russian name for warrior of peace
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Khan
Genghis Khan was the founder of the Mongol Empire
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Brak
Australian for spotted and great for a speckled dog
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Norin
The Australian variant of honorable
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Axel
Means father of peace in German
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William
Means desire to protect in Australian
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Danian
An Australian famous warrior

Female Australian Bandog Dog Names

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Athena
The Greek goddess of wisdom and war
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Sequoia
The largest tree in the world
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Hera
The wife of the Greek god Zeus
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Freya
The queen of the Norse gods
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Gertrude
The Norse goddess Gertie
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Nike
The winged goddess of victory
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Matilde
Means strength in battle in German
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Lenna
Old German name meaning lion’s strength
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Artemis
The Greek goddess of the hunt
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Nyx
The goddess of light and great for a white or yellow pup
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Tennille
Australian name for powerful and strong
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Maia
One of Atlas’ daughters who taught Bacchus
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Neptune
The Greek god of the sea and great for a water dog
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Aari
Australian name for mountain of strength
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Camira
Means of the wind in Australian
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Weema
Australian for small and great for a petite pooch
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Pavarti
The Hindu goddess of love and devotion
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Kora
The Australian name for companion
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Eos
The Greek goddess of dawn
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Leura
Means lava in Australian, perfect for an orange dog
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Bindi
Western Australian name for butterfly
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Val
Short for Valerie, which means strength in French
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Melisende
The 12th century queen of Jerusalem
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Karleen
Means womanly strength in Old German
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Aphrodite
The Greek goddess of love and beauty
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Calypso
A sea nymph who lived on Ogygia with Odysseus
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Enyo
The goddess of war and companion of the god Ares
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Nemesis
The goddess of vengeance and retribution
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Hella
The Nordic goddess of the dead
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Minerva
The Roman goddess of wisdom

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