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Introduction

London, a world capital that never sleeps, with it’s incredible night life, museums, theater, parks, streets, and people, is definitely a very appealing metropolis that many find quite inspiring. It is a muse for many well-traveled, trendsetter, cultural people due to its diversity and never-ending fun. Plus, with all of its beautiful, history-filled places it is definitely a great source for finding a name for your pooch, and Londoners definitely have a taste for beautiful words (and their accent makes it even better).

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London Dog Name Considerations

London is a stylish, highly cultural metropolis that never sleeps. Londoners are on the top of any trend; their clothing brands are utterly dashing, their museums are impressive, their theater is over the top, and the city is definitely something else. This is a very cosmopolitan city that’s widely diverse, and this makes it more interesting. London is never boring, it is active, fun, uninhibited, and very sophisticated. It is said that when someone gets bored of London, they are bored of life. 

So, obviously you would picture a fun, energetic, but stylish dog as the perfect candidate to be named after this magnificent metropolis. A dog like a Siberian Husky with his sophisticated appearance and his high energy level is a perfect fit for a London inspired named. Terriers would clearly be also very well represented by a London name, since they have such a British history and they have this voguish but nonchalant air; like a classy Fox Terrier, a Scottish, a Westie, or a Cesky. Other dogs that would carry a London name well are hounds, like the English Foxhound, the Bluetick Coonhound, or the Bloodhound with their easy going but self-confident personalities. And last but not least, Setters like the English, the Gordon, and the Irish are dogs that definitely fit this stylish, relaxed, and sophisticated profile.  

Male London Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Harrods
Harrods is amongst the most luxurious and acclaimed department stores in the world
7
Kingston
Kingston upon Thames is one of London's main areas, with beautiful passages bordering the Thames
7
Vauxhall
Vauxhall is a commercial and residential area in south London
6
London
London is one of the world's most visited cities, rich in culture and diversity.
6
Portobello
Portobello Market is London's iconic market and it takes place in the acclaimed area of Notting Hill
6
Richmond
Richmond is an affluent borough that borders the river Thames
5
Berkeley
Berkeley Street is located in Mayfair, and it is the ultimate restaurant hotspot
5
Wimbledon
Wimbledon is the most prestigious tennis tournament
4
Paul
St. Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral and it is one of London's main landmarks
4
Wentworth
Wentworth Club is a renowned private golf club in London
2
Clapham
Clapham is a district in southwest London, popular residential area
2
Covent
Covent Garden is a world-wide known theatre and entertainment area with luxury shops and restaurants
2
Pimlico
Pimlico is a small central area in London
2
Tate
Tate Modern is a trendy modern art gallery
1
Berwick
Berwick Street Market is a small outdoor market located in the heart of Soho
1
Trafalgar
Trafalgar Square is the iconic square in the City of Westminster, considered to be the heart of the city
1
Waterloo
Waterloo is a district in Central London and the Waterloo Station is one of the main railway and underground stations in the city
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Camden
Camden Town is a highly popular area and it is well-known for its shops and the incredible Camden Market
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Fulham
Fulham is an area located in west London, known for being posh and tidy
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Greenwich
Greenwich is a highly historical borough, where the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory are located.
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Kensington
Kensington is a district in west London, known for it's beautiful houses, gardens, and elegance
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Piccadilly
Picadilly Circus is one of London's busiest squares, where the iconic advertising hoarding is
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Thames
The river Thames runs through the middle of London.
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Tottenham
Tottenham is a district in north London, known for its soccer team
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Albert
The Albert Memorial, located in Kensington Gardens, was commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of her beloved husband
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Brixton
Brixton is a lively, multicultured, eclectic area with Afro-Caribbean heritage, where David Bowie was born
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Notting Hill
Notting Hill is a cosmopolitan district, with beautiful architecture; it is famous for the Notting Hill Carnival and the Portobello Market.
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Oxford
Oxford Street is one of the most popular shopping areas in the world.
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Buckingham
Buckingham Palace is the royal residence and administrative headquarters, located in Westminster
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Paddington
Paddington is an elegant area in London, well-known for its architecture and the iconic Paddington Station

Female London Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Chelsea
Chelsea is considered the poshest and most fashionable area in London
6
Abbey
Abbey Road is the famous street where the Beatles took their album cover located at the City of Westminster
6
Maltby
Maltby Street is one of London's most picturesque markets with its railway arches and great food
6
Primrose
Primrose Hill is a hill in Regent's Park and it has one of the most spectacular views of the city
5
Alexandra
Alexandra Park is a Green Heritage winning landscaped park in north London
5
Clare
Clare Market is a historic area in central London
5
Kate
Kate Middleton is the beloved wife of Prince William
5
Mary-le-bow
St Mary-le-Bow is a historic church that was rebuilt after the 1666 Great Fire
4
Lyle
Lyle Park is a small park overlooking the Thames
4
Saatchi
The Saatchi Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in Chelsea
4
Selfridges
Selfridges is a high-end department store chain with its flagship store located in Oxford Street
4
Spitalfields
The Old Spitalfields Market is one of the main markets in the city
3
Elizabeth
Elizabeth II is the current Queen of England
3
Kensal
Kensal Green is an area in north-west London
3
Mayfair
Mayfair is an exclusive and upscale district in the City of Westminster
3
Myatt
Myatt's Fields Park is a Victorian park in South London
3
Neasden
Neasden is an area in northwest London
3
Shirley
Shirley Windmill is a Tower Mill built in 1854
2
Jubilee
Jubilee line is the newest line of the London Underground
2
Salisbury
Salisbury Square is a small square located in central London
2
Whitechapel
Whitechapel is a traditional district in East London
1
Camley
Camley Street Natural Park is an urban nature reserve in central London
1
Leicester
Leicester Square is an iconic square located in central London and is renowned for its nightlife and entertainment
1
Victoria
Victoria is a small district named after the queen Victoria
0
Floral
Floral Street is located in the Convent Garden area and it's known for its fashion stores
0
Westminster
Westminster is one of London's main areas and it is the area with more landmarks
-1
Biscuit
Londoners are avid fans of biscuits, and Biscuiteers is a very popular shop located in fashionable Chelsea
-3
Granary
Granary Square is one of London's largest squares and it is located in Candem
-3
Hyde
Hyde Park is London's most popular park, it is one of four Royal Parks
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Sloane
Sloane Square is a small square located in the fashionable Chelsea

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