Dog Names that Start with Ol

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Introduction

Dogs are the most pawpular pet in the United States, with close to 37% of all U.S. households owning at least one fur baby. In fact, over 43 million homes have at least one pooch with almost 79 million dogs in total. So, if you're thinking about getting a furever friend, you are not alone. But have you considered what breed of pawster you want? They are all dif-fur-ent, and some are better than others for certain things. For example, Spaniels, Hounds, and Retrievers are great hunting dogs while Sheepdogs and Shepherds are best for herding. And if you want a lapdog, try a Pekingese, Lhasa Apso, or Pomeranian. Whatever breed you get, now you need to come up with the perfect name.

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Dog Name that Starts with 'Ol' Considerations

When you bring home your new fur baby, you have to be prepared. Some things that you are going to need are high-quality dog food, toys, yummy treats, a comfy bed, collar, leash, and of course you will need a veterinarian. Another thing that is very impawtant is a name fur your new pooch. Although some new pup owners already have a name picked out before they even get their furry friend, it is best to wait and get to know your fur buddy’s personality and habits first. Some dogs have quirks that make it easy to choose a moniker for them such as Olina for a happy dog because it means joyous in Hawaiian or Ollegro for that hyper pooch since it means lively in Italian.

You can also choose a moniker for your pup according to their appearance such as Oleo for a slick coated pooch and Ólafur for a furry dog. Old Yeller would be pawesome for a yellow dog, and Olaf (the snowman in Frozen) is just the fit for a white dog. Similarly, Oliphant is a cute name for a large dog while Olf is fun for a petite pooch. No matter what title you choose for your new pup, make sure you love it because you will probably be using it a lot. We have listed our favorite 60 names that start with ‘Ol’ to help you get started. 

Male Dog Names that Start with 'Ol'

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Olaf
The snowman from the Disney movie Frozen, great for a white dog
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Oliver
Orphan boy in Charles’ Dickens book and movie Oliver Twist
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Olric
Old English for wolf power
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Oldie
Great name for an old pooch
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Ollie
German for elf warrior
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Olarus
Variant of Polaris, which is the Latin word for pole star
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Olympus
Home of the Gods in Greek mythology
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Olo
Variant of Orlando and means famous landowner
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Oleo
Great for that slick dog
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Oleg
Latvian word for holy
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Oliphant
Variant of elephant and great for a big pooch
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Ollivander
Wandmaking family in Harry Potter
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Olin
Old Norse for inheritance
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Olix
Variant of Alex and means balanced
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Olivier
English actor in Shakespeare
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Olishola
Yoruba word for God has blessed
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Odin
The Greek god of wisdom
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Olis
Germanic for powerful man
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Olan
A South Indian cuisine
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Olson
Scandinavian for son of Ole
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Ólafur
Old Norse for ancestor’s relic
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Olexa
Czech for defender of men and perfect for a guard dog
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Olezka
Russian word for saint
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Olander
Means Sweden in Scandinavian
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Olegor
Latin for blessed or sacred
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Olney
Old English for from the old island
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Old Yeller
Name of famous dog from book and movie
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Olf
Variant of elf and perfect for a small pup
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Ollegro
Variant of Allegro and means lively in Italian
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Olfo
Old Greek for understanding and patient

Female Dog Names that Start with 'Ol'

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Olivia
Feminine form of Oliver
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Olive
Latin word meaning olive tree
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Oldina
Australian for snow and great for a white dog
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Olathe
Native American word for beautiful
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Oleander
A pretty but poisonous shrub
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Olina
Hawaiian for joyous
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Olalla
Old Greek for sweetly-spoken
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Olympia
The capital of Washington
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Oldsquaw
Native American for old woman
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Olva
Spanish for olive garden
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Olida
Means patient and calm in Latin
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Olda
Variant of Ulrich, which is Germanic for powerful
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Oleta
Latin word for little winged girl
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Olaid
Old English for thoughtful woman
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Olaya
Old Greek for she who speaks well
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Olena
Means light in Indian
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Oliana
Variant of Liana and Hawaiian for oleander
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Olinda
Old English for sweet-smelling
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Olyssa
Means God in African-Ibo
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Olga
Russian and Old Norse for hearty
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Oletta
A popular commune in France
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Olexi
Variant of Alexis, who is a Roman Saint
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Olidi
Spanish for surrounded by light
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Olinia
Means bright and shining in Old Greek
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Olethia
Variant of Alethia and means truth in Latin
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Olenda
Means fragrant in Latin
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Olfi
The Supreme God of Yoruba
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Oldwin
Old English for special friend
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Olinka
A tribe in the movie “The Color Purple”
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Olme
A community in Varmland, Sweden

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