Drink Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

When we think of raising our glasses and toasting to the best things in this life, we may often picture our furry friends. Our dogs give us so much delight and deep joy. We love them like family, and it’s certainly always happy hour when we are with them. Many afternoons, we drag in after work and need a sip of comfort. We like to kick up our feet and relax. Sometimes, our pets are just the tonic. They give us puppy kisses, curl up beside us, and make us feel like kings and queens. Cheers for our canine companions!

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Drink Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Whether you’re a beer lover, cocktail aficionado, or wine enthusiast, you probably won’t deny that one of the only things that can soothe and calm you like a drink is the unconditional love of your dog. There are truly so many fun names from which to choose; allow the list below to inspire you. You may see a title that suits your furry, faithful friend, but if not, continue the search. You’re sure to discover the perfect drink that somehow matches your pup’s personality or appearance. You might have a companion with a coat dark as Guinness or an apricot color that reminds you of a bottle of rosé.

You might adorn your pet’s tag with “Spritz,” “Toddy,” “Ale,” “Mimosa,” “Julep,” or “Sangria.” So many wonderful wines, beers, and cocktails keep us spirited and yet relaxed throughout all the seasons of the year. Much like our dogs, these drinks hold us steady and at ease. More than likely, some of your best times in life revolved around these shimmering doses of liquid courage. It’s no wonder you’re looking at this guide for the perfect name. Try “Cosmo,” “Gimlet,” “Colada,” or “Amaretto” on for size, and see which seems to fit best. Not many people think to name their pooches after drinks they love and rely on, so be unique and have some fun. These recognizable concoctions are sure to bring a smile to all your friends’ and family’s faces.

Male Drink Inspired Dog Names

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Miller
For the “‘Two Guns’ Miller” or for the famous beer itself
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Peat
For the “Peat’s Dragon”
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Kentucky
After “Kentucky Mulled Cider”
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Flip
After the “Dusk Flip”
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Freeze
For the “Cucumber-Honeydew Freeze”
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Cooler
After the “Colorado Cooler”
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Sazerac
For the New Orleans drink, the “Sazerac”
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Gimlet
After the classic “Gimlet” gin cocktail
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Collins
After the “Tom Collins” cocktail, which is lemonade for adults
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Bramble
For the blackcurrant and gin cocktail, the “Bramble”
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Merlot
In honor of the famous red wine, “Merlot”
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Jungle
After the “Jungle Bird,” a delicious rum concoction
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Cuban
After the “Old Cuban”
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Godfather
A Scotch mixed drink
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Russian
For a white or black “Russian” cocktail
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Hank
After London’s “Hanky-Panky”
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Gin
For the delightful “Gin and Tonic”
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Toddy
In honor of the classic “Hot Toddy”
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Rob Roy
The Scotch version of a Manhattan
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Rum
For the beloved “Rum and Coke”
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Sidecar
In honor of the old and very American brandy-based “Sidecar”
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Fizz
For the “Gin Fizz”
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Ale
After the type of beer
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Whiskey
In honor of a “Whiskey Sour”
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Cosmo
After the “Cosmopolitan” made popular in “Sex and the City”
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Old Fashioned
For the worldwide favorite, the “Old Fashioned”
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Mojito
In honor of Cuba’s famous cocktail, the “Mojito”
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Manhattan
For a classic and fancy “Manhattan” with a brandied cherry
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Spritz
After the “Aperol Spritz”
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Mule
For the “Moscow Mule”

Female Drink Inspired Dog Names

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Basil
Basil is a delightful cocktail garnish
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Rosemary
Rosemary is a common garnish for drinks
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Lavender
Lavender is a cocktail garnish
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Limoncello
For the many limoncello spritzers
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Sparkle
In honor of all the sparkling wine cocktails
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Chardonnay
For the white wine grape, “Chardonnay”
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Tender
Short for “bartender”
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Hinny
For the “Apple Hinny”
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Mimosa
After the brunch classic, the simple and elegant “Mimosa”
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Swizzle
After the “Hibiscus Swizzle”
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Rhuby
After the “Rhuby Daiquiri”
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Riesling
For the dry, originally German wine, “Riesling”
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Tabby
After the “Tabernacle Crush”
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Negroni
In honor of the cocktail classic and queen, the “Negroni”
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Tai
After the “Mai Tai”
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Caipi
After the “Caipirinha,” Brazil’s national cocktail
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Frenchie
For the “French 75”
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Amaretto
In honor of the sweet and sour “Amaretto Sour”
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Champagne
After the “Champagne Cocktail”
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Lady
After the “White Lady” cocktail
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Clover
For the “Clover Club” cocktail
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Vesper
After the vodka and gin marvel, the “Vesper”
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Sangria
For the fruit and wine delight, “Sangria”
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Paloma
In honor of the tequila and grapefruit cocktail, the “Paloma”
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Colada
For the “Pina Colada”
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Mary
After the Sunday brunch “Bloody Mary”
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Julep
Nothing says summer like a cold bourbon-based “Mint Julep”
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Margarita
For the beloved salty-rimmed cocktail, the “Margarita”
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Daiquiri
After the citrus classic, the “Daiquiri”
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Martini
After one of the best-known cocktails, the “Martini”

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