Fruit Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

One of the best food groups in the world has to be the fruit category. Whether we’re peeling an orange on the go or making a banana-strawberry smoothie, fruit makes its way into our lives. Lemon brightens up the blandest of dishes, and apples are forever the kings of famous pies, turnovers, and ciders. Fruit is all around us. It’s healthy and gives us the boost we need, just like our beloved dogs do. Why not try a fruit-inspired dog name for your pup today? If you’ve recently purchased, adopted, or rescued a four-legged companion, let your fruit-loving, dog-obsessed heart have some fun as you choose what goes on that collar tag!

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Fruit Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Big bowls of fruit rest in the center of our counter tops and dining room tables. We use fruit for decorations and make beautiful salads and desserts using peaches, limes, raspberries, and kiwis, just to name a few. Many of us begin our day with a dose of healthy, delicious fruit. Perhaps it’s your go-to food, as your pet is your go-to confidant. So many comparisons may be drawn between your dog and fruits: they’re both sweet, tender, healthy for you, and overall, simply delightful. Consider choosing one of your favorite fruits for your new pup's or rescue’s name.

“Mango,” “Raisin,” “Persimmon,” “Kiwi,” “Fig,” and “Apricot” all sound like pretty natural titles for your fur baby. You might even try a more specific fruit name, though. Something like “Navel,” “Gala,” “McIntosh,” or “Seville,” is certainly fruit-inspired, just less overt with regard to those fruits perhaps. “Banana” could be the perfect tag for your Dachshund, while “Blackberry” could very well suit your Labrador. You might give your white Poodle the moniker “Coconut” or your constantly and humorously drooling buddy the name “Watermelon.” The fruity possibilities are endless. We hope our name guide helps you get started. Feel free to look for more ideas as you make your grocery list or shop in the market!

Male Fruit Inspired Dog Names

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Orange
Usually known as the king of Vitamin C
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Mango
A juicy stone fruit
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Blueberry
These indigo-colored berries are popular
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Blackberry
Small black fruits with big flavor
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Grape
Used to produce wine and raisins
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Cantaloupe
A light orange melon
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Cucumber
In the gourd family; some consider it to be a fruit
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Pumpkin
Bright orange, usually large and plump
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Tomato
A bright, acidic red fruit
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Coconut
The coconut is known as a fruit, a nut, and a seed
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Prune
A dried plum
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Raisin
A dried grape
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McIntosh
Type of apple
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Nectarine
A smooth skin peach
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Lime
A green and tangy delight
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Avocado
Dark on the outside but bright on the inside; a superfood
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Persimmon
Bright orange small fruits
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Muscadine
A grapevine species
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Pomelo
A natural citrus fruit
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Artichoke
Yes, some consider it a fruit
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Kumquat
Small orange fruits, similar to oranges; one eats the skin and all
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Gooseberry
Tart, juicy berries
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Mulberry
They look like elongated blackberries
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Jackfruit
Native to India; in the fig and mulberry family
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Jujube
Also known as a red date, Chinese date, and Korean date
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Blackcurrant
Very tart berry; can be eaten with brown sugar for sweetness
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Date
One of the sweetest fruits
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Lychee
A small red-orange and even brown fruit with sweet flesh
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Rambutan
Similar to a lychee; sweet-tasting, tropical fruit
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Seville
The bitter orange

Female Fruit Inspired Dog Names

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Apple
The red, yellow, and green fruit is the king/queen of fruits
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Banana
Peel back this yellow fruit for a soft, delicious treat
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Kiwi
These little guys are as furry as your pup
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Raspberry
These red whorls pack a bright, tangy punch
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Pineapple
They’re a little prickly but they also have that wild green hair
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Tangerine
Hybrid of the mandarin orange
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Cutie
In the orange family; kids and adults alike love their cuties
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Peach
Peach fuzz is soft like a dog’s fur
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Pear
Green, yellow, and brown pears have a very distinct shape
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Cherry
These little red bombs hold lots of flavor
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Watermelon
Juicy and sweet, these are the fruits of summertime
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Honeydew
Light green melon
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Passionfruit
Purple and yellow fruits with edible seeds
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Fig
Looks like a small onion, but it’s so sweet and delicious
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Cranberry
Crimson, bright red, and hot pink berries
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Starfruit
When cut, this fruit truly looks like a star
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Carambola
Another name for starfruit
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Plum
These are both sweet and sour, crisp and soft
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Pomegranate
Break it open and mini treasures lie within
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Lemon
Maybe the most notable fruit in the citrus family
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Papaya
Bright yellow-orange fruit with dark seeds; popular in Mexico
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Grapefruit
That lovely pink flesh is somewhat bitter
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Olive
Yes, in some circles it’s considered a fruit
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Apricot
Resembles a peach
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Guava
Green tropical fruit
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Mandy
For mandarin oranges
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Gala
Type of apple
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Jonagold
Type of apple
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Navel
Type of orange
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Cameo
Type of apple

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