Easter Dog Names

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Introduction

Hippity, hoppity, happy Easter! When we think of Easter, we perhaps imagine Peter Cottontail hopping down the bunny trail, dyed eggs, delicious creme-filled candies, and loads of white, pink, purple, and yellow flowers. But the holiday also signals a time of birth: baby robins hatch and make their first cries into the air, and butterflies burst from their cocoons into flight. If your new puppy or older rescue symbolizes a time of surprise, happiness, fun, color, and energy, an Easter dog name would suit them well. Whether they enjoy frolicking in open meadows, chasing bees, or simply rolling in the fresh grass, the Easter season holds many treasures that actually make for perfect canine titles.

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Easter Dog Name Considerations

Easter represents a time of rebirth. We’ve crawled out of our winter caves and shells, and are warmed by the sunshine and bright green growth. Spring is in full swing; new life is all around us. Perhaps you’ve purchased, adopted, or rescued your dog recently, and the furry addition marks a much-needed fresh start, a clean slate. An Easter name is very fitting for the pup who stands for second chances, opportunity, and the possibility of beginning again. “Bud,” “Spring,” and “Bloom” point to the dawn of potential and hope. “Nuovo” and “Vita” also paint the image of new, vibrant existence.

For holiday-specific names, you might select the Easter-centered “Bunny,” “Basket,” or “Eggie.” For more general springtime titles, try “Tulip” or “Clover.” Easter candy is certainly one of the best of all holiday candies, so you might like “Cadbury,” “Peep,” “Reese,” “Marshmallow,” or “Jelly Bean.” Finally, since many newborns arrive around the Easter season, you might choose “Hatch,” “Chicky,” “Lamb,” or “Baby.” So, if you’re adopting around late March or early April, or if you’re decidedly starting over with a fluffy sidekick along for the ride, an Easter-inspired tag may be what you’re after. Embrace this different adventure, and know that your four-legged buddy will be there for you along the way!

Male Easter Dog Names

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Cadbury
Cadbury creme-filled candy eggs are an Easter staple
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Peter
To honor the beloved Peter Cottontail
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Hatch
Many newborn birds hatch during the Easter season
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Dogwood
The dogwood trees usually bloom in late March
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Peep
Peeps marshmallow and sugar candies are Easter delights
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Hopper
To pay tribute to a particular hopping bunny
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Reese
Reese’s peanut butter eggs are an Easter favorite
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Prize
Everyone wants to discover the prize egg at the egg hunt
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Carrot
Bunnies love their carrots
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Cottontail
Once again, to celebrate the wonderful Peter Cottontail
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Basket
Children collect eggs in their Easter baskets
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Rabbit
Fluffy rabbits make us think of the Easter holiday
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Bud
All beautiful blooms start out as a bud
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Grassy
Hills and yards are covered with green grass in the spring
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Hunter
Easter egg hunts are so much fun for the kids
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Eggie
Decorating eggs is an Easter tradition
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March
Sometimes Easter occurs in late March
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Sprig
A simple sprig can give way to a sturdy plant
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Fluffy
Fluffy bunnies and chicks are so soft and cuddly
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Leafy
Trees are once again covered with bright green leaves
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Suit
Many people dress up for Easter services or picnics
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Gregory
A saint that wrote an Easter prayer
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Viridi
Latin for “green”
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Coco
Short for coconut, ingredient in chocolate coconut nest with jelly bean eggs
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Nuovo
Italian for “new”
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Robin
Robins' blue eggs nestled in their brown nests are lovely
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Pascha
Latin for “Easter”
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Lent
The season of Lent precedes the day of Easter
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Pancake
The UK traditionally participates in a pancake race at Easter
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Bilby
Instead of an Easter Bunny, Aussies love the Easter Bilby

Female Easter Dog Names

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Nibbles
Peter Cottontail nibbles on carrots
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Bunny
Bunnies are the central animal of Easter
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Jelly Bean
Jelly beans are a delicious, chewy Easter candy
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Marshmallow
Chocolate bunnies are hollow or filled with marshmallow
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Angel
Angels make appearances in Biblical Easter stories
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Bonnet
Many babies and young girls wear Easter bonnets
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Sugar
So many sweet, sugary Easter candies delight us
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Ostern
German for "Easter"
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Pastel
From flowers to dyed eggs, pastel colors are everywhere
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Azalea
Azaleas begin blooming in the springtime
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Wisteria
These purple vine flowers hang from trees and gates
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Butterfly
Butterflies fly from their cocoons in the spring
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Lily
Easter lilies are a staple in churches and outdoor gardens
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Bloom
Tons of blooms appear around Easter
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Lamb
Newborn lambs make their way into the world
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Chicky
Newborn chicks hatch in the nest
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Baby
Plenty of baby animals come to life around Easter
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Springy
Spring is the month in which Easter takes place
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April
Often, Easter will occur during the first part of April
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Sunday
Easter is always on a Sunday
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Tulip
Tulips are delicate flowers that bloom around Easter
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Meadow
Rabbits love to hop through meadows
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Duckling
Ducklings hatch and swim with their parents in ponds
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Bouquet
Bouquets of colorful flowers make the perfect Easter gift
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Oval
The shape of an egg
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Vita
Latin for “life”
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Pinky
Pink tulips, azaleas, and other blooms surround us at Easter
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Clover
Patches of clover take over yards around Easter
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Petunia
Colorful petunias can be found in hanging baskets on porches
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Lacey
Easter dresses often boast lace

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