Dog Names that Start with Um in Pop Culture
The first clever pup is a hard working Argentinian sniffer dog. Uma has been trained to search for survivors after major devastation. She was photographed taking a break outside a site where she had been working. Uma was searching for any survivors of an Earthquake in Mexico City, where an entire building was flattened. While Uma's services were called in right away, the pup was still searching the rubble five days after the earthquake hit. Uma is a determined detective who never gives up.
The next dog is a movie star. Uma is a dog actress who starred in the movie El Beso. In the film, a character named Paolo is a lonely man who only has the company of his dog named Coco. Paolo's life changes when he meets Francesca. The rest of the plot will have to remain a mystery until you go watch the movie. Coco, Paolo's devoted dog, was played by a trained canine actress named Uma. While the role was suppose to go to Paolo's real pup, Chulo, the director decided that Uma was the best fit. In the movie, Coco is portrayed as a boy pup but the dog playing Coco (Uma) is female.
The last fun dog with a name beginning with "Um" that has been in the news is Uma, the Boston Terrier. She lives in Mississauga, ON, Canada. Uma is a cute, almost all black dog who is about 6 years old. Uma's favorite activity is to chase her tennis ball and there is the perfect photo of her doing just that online. In the picture, Uma looks suspended in mid-air as she leaps off the deck to chase the ball. Clearly, she couldn't be bothered to smile for the photo! She has her eye on the prize.
Uma is a perfect name to consider for your dog as many dogs named Uma seem to be living very happy lives.
Dog Name Starting With Um Considerations
Name meanings can also be important. Umaema, which means "little mother", will suit a pup with a nurturing personality. A pooch with dark spots could be named Umbrae, as it means "dark areas". If your dog is a brownish color, consider the name Umber. This potential dog tag means an "earthen color". Don't overlook the meaning of a name as it may be your key to giving your pup the best moniker out there!