Beverly Hills Chihuahua Inspired Names

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Introduction

For decades Walt Disney Studios has provided us with excellent entertainment and the Beverly Hills Chihuahua movie series is no exception. With true Disney flair we're carried into the life of this rich Chihuahua who gets lost in Mexico. Chloe is used to living in the lap of luxury but when she gets dognapped, life gets rough. Chloe's not a quitter, though, and is determined to get home despite the dangers. If you hope your new dog will also be brave, determined, and loyal, perhaps it needs a Beverly Hills Chihuahua influenced name. 

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Beverly Hills Chihuahua Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Whether you have a Chihuahua or a Great Dane, you can find the perfect Beverly Hills Chihuahua influenced name. Disney always chooses great names for its characters and this movie is no exception. What you have to do is figure out which name is perfect for your dog. 

The most important thing to remember is to choose a name you like. You need to be comfortable saying the name and, if there are children in the family, it needs to be easy for them to pronounce as well.  The dog needs to be able to recognize it, too, so a fairly short name will work best. Two to three syllables max usually works well, especially ones that includes hard consonants like b's and n's.

Color, size, breed, and personality are all things to consider when naming your dog. Watch your dog closely for the first couple of days. Is there anything distinctive about him? Does he waddle when he walks or does he seem to sleep a lot? Maybe your dog loves to play or is a piglet when it comes to food. All of these things can give you clues to what  your dog's name ought to be. It needs to fit your personality and the dog's! Take these canine traits and relate them to the Beverly Hills Chihuahua movie; selecting the perfect moniker will be easier than you think.

It's also a good idea to avoid names that sound like commands. For instance Ray sounds too much like stay and Jake sounds like shake. Names of other family members or friends who are around frequently should also be avoided to eliminate confusion. 

Naming your dog is a big decision. Think how many times you'll be saying it over the years. It needs to come natural and suit your personality. Names we choose give a little peek into your make up, what you love, and how you think. Choose a name from our list that everyone will think is perfect for the furry love of your life.

Male Beverly Hills Chihuahua Inspired Dog Names

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Delgado
A friendly German Shepherd who helps Chloe the Chihuahua
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Papi
The gardener's dog.
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Sam
The gardener
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Vasquez
The ringleader of the dogfight gang
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Ramirez
A police officer
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Andy
Andy Garcia was the voice of Delgado
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George
George Lopez spoke the role of Papi
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El Diablo
A mean Doberman
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Montezuma
A long-haired Chihuahua
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Chico
An iguana
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Manuel
This character was a rat
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Chucho
Chucho was a mongrel dog
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Sebastian
A Pug dog
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Rodriguez
Paul Rodriguez did the voice of Chico
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Rafa
A Pit Bull
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Alexander
Alexander Williams, animation supervisor for the movie
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Heitor
Heitor Pereira wrote the musical score for Beverly Hills Chihuahua
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Walter
Walter Addlego was a critic who enjoyed this show
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Levi
Levi L. Spiro directed part 3
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Marcus
Marcus Coloma played the part of Sam Cortez
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Pedro
One of the puppies in parts 2 and 3
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Kyle
Kyle Glass played Lester
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Montague
Jason Brooks played Mr. Montague
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Logan
Logan Grove played Papi Jr. in part 3
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Oscar
A part played by Jake Busey
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Cedric
Cedric Yarbrough played Hollis
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Frederick
Played by Sam Pancake
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Raja
Raja Gosnell directed the first part of the series
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Manolo
Manolo Cardona played Sam Cortez
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Placido
Placido Domingo did the voice of Montezuma

Female Beverly Hills Chihuahua Inspired Dog Names

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Chloe
The star of the show
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Drew
Drew Barrymore was the voice of Chloe
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Jamie
Jamie Lee Curtis played Vivian Ashe, Chloe's owner
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Piper
Piper Perabo had the role of Rachel Ashe
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Angela
A part played by Ali Hillis
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Rachel
The irresponsible niece of Vivian Ashe
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Rita
A stunt dog who filled in for Chloe
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Valerie
Valerie Gomez was played by Maury Sterling
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Delta
A toy Poodle
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Loretta
Loretta Devine did the voice of Delta
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Angel
The name of the dog who subbed for Chloe
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Maria
Maria was a sociologist in this film
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Analisa
Analisa LaBianco was one the writers of the screenplay
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Sabrina
An editor of Beverly Hills Chihuahua
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Sara
Sara White was the producer of part 3
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Odette
Odette Annable did the voice of Chloe in part 3
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Charlotte
Papi Jr.'s love interest
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Erin
Erin Cahill played Rachel in part 3
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Amelia
This part was played by Frances Fisher
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Jenny
Played by Brianna Lane in part 3
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Rosa
Played by Kay Panabaker in part 3
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Emily
Emily Osment did the voice of Pep
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Laila
A part played by Madison Pettis
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Raini
Raini Rodriguez sang "Living Your Dreams" in part 3
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Lacey
Lacey Chabert was the voice of Charlotte
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Chantily
Chantilly Spalan was the original Rosa
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Brianna
Brianna Lane played Jenny
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Jillian
A part played by Cara Santana
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Madison
Madison Pettis played Laila
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Chiquita
Means little girl in Spanish

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