Dog Names Ending in 'y' in Pop Culture
Most any dog lover would immediately think of the famous Beagle, Snoopy, when they think of a name that ends in "y"! Snoopy is iconic, classic, and many people’s favorite dog. Snoopy was introduced in the comic strip, Peanuts, in 1950. He was introduced as a puppy carrying a flower, and Patty watered him as he was carrying it! He was a tiny puppy then, and throughout the years Snoopy developed like any dog would in size and in his face.
Snoopy was not only entertaining because of his cute little hound-dog face and body, but because of his personality! He had the most expressive facial expressions, and even though the Beagle couldn’t talk, you could always tell what he was saying. He had a strong personality, and when things seemed to be going downhill fast, he always found a way to make everything work out.
Snoopy was featured in the Peanuts comic strip, by Charles Schultz, until February of 2000. The comic strip was certainly not the stand-alone Snoopy entertainment; The Peanuts Gang and Snoopy had several movies – mostly holiday movies – and other special edition published works. Books, film, plays, and other events featured the Beagle.
Snoopy had a lot of likes and dislikes. He was very fond of pizza, popcorn, and root beer. His dislikes were coconut candy and tall weeds. Snoopy also very much disliked icicles on his red doghouse! He loved his naps and being very lazy as well!
Snoopy's sidekick was a cute yellow bird named Woodstock. They did many tasks together, played together, and even argued about things. But in the end they were very close friends. Charlie Brown was his loyal owner as the comic strip took hold, although Lila was his first owner. He was also very fond of Rerun, who appeared a little later in the comic strip. Snoopy had a lot of humans who liked him very much!
Snoopy still is very much alive in the hearts of Peanuts fans today. You may find yourself watching the Peanut's Christmas movie around the holidays, and it never disappoints. Peanuts' holiday movies are a real hit during specific celebrations, such as Easter, Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Christmas. Even today, after the comic strip has ended, many fans still cling to their Peanuts and Snoopy merchandise, and even today the movies are shown on syndication for families to enjoy.
Dog Name Ending in 'y' Considerations
Before you decide on the name, you may wish to get to know your dog for a few days. Luckily, there are many names that end in "y", which will suit all sorts of pups. If your dog is super cute and cuddly, you may choose Fluffy, Lolly, Lenny, or Tippy. Cute, innocent names are what some dog owners prefer. Other cute and lively names may be Sunny, Tippy, or Ziggy.
If you dog is a larger breed, dog name choices that end in "y" may be Bucky, Jersey, Charly, or Dusty. Other names you may like are Daisy, Zoey, or Henry. With names ending in "y", there are so many to choose from that you may not know where to begin. Focusing on your dog's personality, appearance, or other characteristics may help you make your decision. Asking friends and family for advice can also help!
Community Dogs with Names Ending in 'y'
Bailey was a rescue and would not come in the house for at least a week and a half from bringing home....when I came home from work that one day he was licking the top part of a bottle of Bailey’s Irish Cream I had placed outside the door to recycle the night before...he had one paw on the bottle and one paw on the door as if I should’ve known it’s time for the critter to go from homeless to the Hilton! Baileys legs are also tan from his paw up partially his leg -That exact color of Bailey’s Irish cream
He is a very lovable boy.
We looked up cute female dog names, and my family and I did not want our dog’s name to be a person name like Abby or Bella so we chose Roxy.
He was born on December 26,2014. We got him from my Grandma and took him home about 6 weeks after he was born. He has been so happy and adventurous since he was born.
He growls at everything even when he is happy, hence sounds like a Harley motorcycle. He is a Maltese/Yorkie
Her name was Margret when we got her.but that was to posh for us and we had a friend called Margret and she wouldn't be very happy. So we named her Maggie
I’ve always loved the name Molly and we didn’t want a person’s name. Since a lot of dogs are named Molly and we don’t know anyone with that name we thought it would be the best name. Also molle in French means soft (since were French we use that as her nickname) and since she’s a gentle giant (she was the biggest female of two litters and the second largest out of the 14 pups) we thought it would fit her quite well