Faery Dog Names

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Introduction

Do you love dreaming of fairyland and all those incredible mythical creatures? We thought so! Ever considered bringing that amazing faery realm into the dog-naming process? You really should! There are so many magical monikers out there, hovering above you on spritely wings, singing tunes so delicate and ethereal that you probably don’t often hear them. Fly with us as we discover some faery titles that you won’t be able to resist. We’re “fairy” glad you’ve decided to purchase, adopt, or rescue a new pet, and trust us: we understand how important the perfect name is to you and your doggo.

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Faery Dog Name Considerations

In the realm of faery, there are, of course, fairies; but you’ll also find mermaids, elves, gnomes, goblins, sprites, trolls, and more! It’s an entire world of mystical creatures that we imagine dwelling in the woods, water, and sky. In those moments when we feel like we’re not alone, we think of the faery figures. And it’s the same way with our dogs. Their presence is magical, and they’re nearly always beside us. We never have to be alone with our fur babies close by. They maybe don’t have wings, but those alert ears count! You know they fly away with your heart almost every minute you’re around them.

Consider a faery dog name for your new buddy! Grab a famous fairy name like “Cosmo,” “Wanda,” “Puck,” “Oberon,” “Titania,” “Tink,” “Flora,” “Fauna,” or “Merryweather.” You might even consider types of fairies, calling your pooch “Selkie,” “Pixie,” “Will,” “Wisp,” “Seelie,” “Tooth,” “Brownie,” or “Deva.” You might even pick a more general faery realm name: “Flight,” “Dusty,” “Wingo,” or “Godmother.” Watch all those beloved faery movies or break out your faery literature. You are sure to discover a magical moniker that speaks to you and your kindred spirit. We hope our name guide below gets you started!

Male Faery Dog Names

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Flight
Because some faery creatures fly
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Puck
The famous mischievous fairy in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Cosmo
From The Fairly OddParents
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Oberon
For the king of the fairies in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Moth
A fairy servant in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Cobweb
A fairy servant in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Mustardseed
A fairy servant in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Nymph
Another term used for fairy
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Spirit
Another term you might use for a fairy
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Alven
Water fairies in the Netherlands
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Ash
Short for “ashrays,” water fairies from Scotland (sea ghosts)
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Changeling
An ugly fairy child
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Dryad
A tree spirit of Celtic countries
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Elf
These common fairies can be tall and slim or short and chubby
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Gnome
Lives in the faery world, in tree roots and deep in the forests
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Selkie
A shape-shifting fairy
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Will
Short for Will O’Wisp
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Salamander
A faery world fiery lizard
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Lep
Short for “leprechaun,” a treasure holder in the faery family
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Lake
The fairy Lady of the Lake gave Excalibur to King Arthur
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Tooth
After our beloved Tooth Fairy
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Dusty
In honor of fairy/pixie dust
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Gully
Short for Ferngully
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Peri
Short for Periwinkle; from the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Bobble
From the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Clank
From the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Dewey
From the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Gary
Short for Fairy Gary; from the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Rumble
From the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Terence
From the Tinker Bell movie cast

Female Faery Dog Names

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Pixie
Another term for fairy
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Sprite
Another term for fairy
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Tink
After the famous Tinker Bell
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Bell
After the famous Tinker Bell
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Godmother
After Cinderella’s fairy godmother
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Fauna
For Sleeping Beauty’s fairy godmother
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Merryweather
For Sleeping Beauty’s fairy godmother
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Flora
For Sleeping Beauty’s fairy godmother
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Wanda
From The Fairly OddParents
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Titania
For the queen of the fairies in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Mab
The name of the fairy queen in Romeo and Juliet
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Peasblossom
A fairy servant in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Bally
Short for “ballybogs,” fairy guardians of Irish peat bogs
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Banshee
An Irish and Scotish fairy of death
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Deva
“Devas” are woodland fairies (bright orbs) from Persia/Greece
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Kelpie
A water fairy in Scotland and Ireland
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Wisp
Short for Will O’Wisp
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Seelie
A court of good fairies
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Heather
After “Heather Pixie” that lives on the Scottish/English moors
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Brownie
A lovely house fairy that came from Scotland to America
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Avalon
The faery realm where King Arthur received Excalibur
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Fern
Short for Ferngully
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Thumbelina
She marries into the faery world via her fairy prince
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Maia
Thumbelina’s winged fairy name in the original tale
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Silvermist
From the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Iridessa
From the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Rosetta
From the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Mary
Short for Fairy Mary; from the Tinker Bell movie cast
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Glimmer
From the Tinker Bell movie cast (a storm fairy)
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Ivy
From the Tinker Bell movie cast

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