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Introduction

Bogotá, Colombia, known for all of its tasty food, rich heritage, amazing architecture, and friendly residents, is a mecca of all things dog. You could say they're obsessed. It's known as a pet friendly city, there are charities and movements to help get dogs off the streets and into safe, warm homes, and there are countless of Colombian bloggers that exclusively blog about man's best friend. It's become so prominent that one could argue that to fully enjoy Bogotá, you have to really love dogs. It's only in this way that you can fully understand how deep the beauty of the city runs.

Bogota Dog Names in Pop Culture

Bogota Dog Name Considerations

Whenever you're thinking of potential dog name, what goes through your mind? Are you searching for a cute name, something with deep meaning, or more of a reference that everyone will understand? More so, why Bogotá? These are questions that will help guide you in the right direction. Knowing why you want a certain place to influence your name will tell if you're way off base, or if you're capable of further narrowing your selection. For instance, say you want a Bogotá name because you are from there. Well, maybe you could narrow it from "Bogotá dog names" to "things in Bogotá that bring back fond memories." In other words, it's still Bogotá, but it's now more about you, rather than just a general, blanket take on the city as a whole.

Another consideration to take is your dog. After all, the name is for your dog, so it should reflect things like breed, age, size, appearance, personality, and preferences. A big, protective dog would benefit from a more robust name, while a small, shaky dog would benefit from a name with more of an emphasis on the adorable. To find the idea name, you just need to keep looking around, trying all your options, and being patient. Eventually, it will present itself. You'll know it when it does!

Male Bogota Dog Names

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Andres
Spanish form of Andrew; "manly and brave"
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Juan
"God is gracious"
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David
Hebrew for "beloved"
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Diego
"Supplanter; he that replaces"
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Alejandro
Spanish form of Alexander, meaning "defender of men"
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Camilo
Latin; "temple servant"
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Carlos
Spanish and Portuguese form of Charles
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Sergio
From the Roman clan name Sergius; "soldier"
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Christian
"Follower of Christ"
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Jose
"May God give increase"
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Sebastian
Latin; "venerable and revered"
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Julian
Latin; "youthful"
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Daniel
Hebrew; "God is my judge"
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Ivan
Russian; "Gracious gift from God"
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Juan David
The equivalent of John David
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Brayan
A variation of the name Bryan
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Jhon
Variant of the name John; "God has shown favor"
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Esteban
"Crowned in victory"
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Jonathan
A longer form of the name John
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Santiago
"Santo Yago" in honor of Saint James the Great
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Juan Felipe
Juan is the Spanish form of John; Felipe is Philip
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Nicolas
Greek for "people's victory"
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Bryan
Old Celtic for "high noble"
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Johan
Hebrew; "God is gracious"
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William
German; "resolute protector or will"
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Edwardo
Spanish form of Edward: "prosperous guardian"
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Luis
Germanic; "famous in battle"
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Ricardo
Portuguese and Spanish form of "Richard"; "powerful, great leader"
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Miguel
Hebrew; "one who is like God"
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Danilo
Hebrew; "God is my judge"

Female Bogota Dog Names

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Laura
Latin; means "laurel"
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Angie
Greek; feminine form of Angel
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Diana
Indo-European; "heavenly or divine"
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Valentina
Feminine form of Valentine; after Saint Valentine of the 3rd century
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Daniela
Feminine form of Daniel; Hebrew and Italian
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Paola
Feminine form of Paolo; Italian
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Maria
Latin form of Mary; "sea of sorrow"
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Luisa
Feminine form of Luis
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Karen
Danish form of Katherine
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Camila
Portuguese and Spanish variant of the Slavic name Kamila
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Alejandra
Feminine form of Alejandro/Alexander; "defender of men"
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Adriana
Latin; "dark"
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Gabriela
Hebrew: "God's able-bodied one"
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Natalia
Spanish form of Natalie; "Christmas Day"
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Tatiana
Russian feminine of the Roman family clan name Tatius
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Valeria
Spanish form of Valerie; "strong, valient"
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Andrea
Greek; "courageous"
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Paula
Feminine form of Paul; derived from a Roman surname
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Karina
Variant of Carina (from Latin carus meaning "love")
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Sofia
"Holy wisdom"
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Anjelica
Spanish form of Angelica; "Angel"
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Erika
Norse; "Ever or eternal ruler"
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Demy
Greek; "half"
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Mabel
Latin; "beautiful, loving or lovable"
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Julieta
Spanish form of Juliet; "youthful"
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Carolina
Latin; "strong"
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Ana
"Grace, favor"
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Jessica
Hebrew; "rich"
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Ingrid
Old Norse; "beautiful"
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Cindy
English; diminutive of Cynthia, Lucinda and Cinderella

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