Digimon Dog Names In Pop Culture
For starters, the fur of a Labramon lacks any room for genetic deviation; a Labramon will always have a predominantly creme colored coat with a burgundy tail, burgundy bangs lining its face, and two sets of burgundy stripes underneath either of its eyes. Furthermore, Labramon all have four sets of large, triangular spikes in place of a dog's smaller set of claws. Combined with their prevalent, overlapping set of upper and lower fangs, a Labramon is visually distinct enough to be differentiated from a common Labrador by the trained Tamer's eye, but less so by an uninitiated individual.
Labramon also possesses a few unique powers and abilities that help it stand out from Labrador Retrievers and other Digimon as well. Labramon's signature attacks are Cure Liquor and RetrieverG; the former technique allows Labramon to restore the data of another damaged and weakened Digimon. Cure Liquor is a very useful technique and helps Labramon take on a supportive role when the going gets tough. RetrieverG, on the other hand, is an offensive move that allows Labramon to create an incredibly loud, hyper-oscillating bark that rattles hostile Digimon to their cores. These two moves are unique to Labramon's species, and the kind heartedness found within all Labramon serves them well as Vaccine Digimon, who crusade against evil and champion ideals of justice and righteousness.
The likes of Dobermon, Gaomon, and Caturamon also serve as worthy allusions to either real world dogs or prominent canines found in various world mythologies.
Digimon Dog Name Considerations
Many Digimon fans were initially introduced to the series by way of the franchise's first animated TV series, Digimon Adventure (also known as Digimon: Digital Monsters in western countries). If you're among that number of, then you might want to consider naming your dog after one of the anime's endearing and brave Tamers; Tai, Matt, Izzy, and T.K. could serve as excellent names for a male dog, while Sora, Mimi, and Kari could make for great nicknames for a female dog in your care.