Mobster Dog Names

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Introduction

If you are a fan of old-school mobsters, the Godfather movies, or the Soprano's, then you might want to name your furry sidekick after one of the good fellas. There are many fictional and non-fiction names to choose from when it comes to the biggest mobsters in history and their cohorts. Undoubtedly, if you do pick such a distinctive moniker, then a lot of people are probably going to ask you how you came up with the unusual name.

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Mobster Dog Name Considerations

Even mobsters love dogs. Famous crime family member James Giuliani is well known for his time as a henchman for the Gambino mobster crew. He was a member of the Gotti family. However, when he left crime and turned his life around, he started to work at Keno's Animal Sanctuary. The cageless shelter is home to over 50 dogs, cats, a tortoise, raccoons, lizards, squirrels, and possums. It has even housed pigs on occasion. 

Giuliani credits his work with animals as the saving factor in his life. His love of creatures helped him turn his life around from crime, drug abuse, and alcoholism. Nowadays, Guiliani has left the mobster life behind and combs the streets looking for animals in need to bring back to the shelter. Giuliani also co-owns Diamond Collar, a grooming salon and pet store in Brooklyn. He is a prime example of mobsters and their love for animals.

If you are considering a mobster name for your pooch, then you might want to bestow the Giuliani moniker on them in honor of the real-life mobster who now dedicates his life to helping dogs and other animals in need. Other considerations can be the name of a prison that housed mobsters, such as Alcatraz or a mobster nickname as in Kiki, nickname of famed mobster, Marion Roberts.

Male Mobster Dog Names

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Santos
Refers to powerful crime boss Santo Trafficante, Jr.
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Willie
Refers to notorious underboss Willie Moretti
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Gribbs
Nickname of New York mobster Carmine Tramunti
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Owney
Owney "The Killer" Madden was a famous mobster and owner of the Cotton Club
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Pat
Nickname of Pasquale "Pat the Cat" Spirito
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Meyer
Refers to mob bookkeeper Meyer Lansky
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Turk
Nickname of Chicago mobster James Torello
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Peanuts
Nickname of gangster John Tronolone
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Chuckie
Nickname of New York crime family member Charles Tuzzo
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Salvatore
Refers to mobster Salvatore Maceo
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Lucky
Nickname of crime boss Charles Luciano
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Deluca
Refers to Kansas City mobster Joseph Deluca
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Angelo
Refers to loan shark Angelo DeCarlo
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Skids
Refers to Chicago mobster Frank T. Caruso
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Dino
Refers to mobster casino boss Dino Cellini
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Silver Dollar
Nickname of mobster Sylvestro Carolla
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Frankie
After Frank Cullotta
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Wig
Nickname of crime boss Thomas Bilotti
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Lompoc
Federal prison in California
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Rikers
New York City correctional institute
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Sing Sing
Refers to the New York State prison where many mobsters were sent
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Alcatraz
Refers to the prison where Alcapone was housed
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2Pac
Refer to a gangster rapper
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Buster
Nickname of crime boss John Ardito
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Vinnie
Refers to Vincent Asaro, New York City mobster
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Phillip
After Philip Abramo, who is often referred to as the King of Wall Street
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Big Tuna
Refers to mobster Tony "Big Tuna" Accardo
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Siegal
Last name of mobster Bugsy Siegal
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Bugsy
Refers to mobster Bugsy Siegal
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Capone
Refer to the mobster Alcapone

Female Mobster Dog Names

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Marie
Marie Baker an infamous female bandit and mobster
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Virginia
Refers to Virginia Hill who was the girlfriend of Bugsy Siegal
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Pearl
Refers to Pearl Elliott who often worked with Dillinger
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Kate
Kate Barker, also known as Ma Barker
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Helen
Helen Wawrzyniak was the wife of Baby Face Nelson
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Opal
Refers to Opal Long, a member of the Dillinger gang
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Mack Truck
Nickname of Opal Long who was a member of the Dillinger gang
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Madame
Common nickname for Stephanie St Clair who worked with many New York mobsters
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Queenie
Nickname of Stephanie St. Clair who worked closely with New York Mobsters
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Bonnie
Refers to Bonnie Parker who was part of the famous outlaw duo Bonnie and Clyde
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Lottie
Refers to Lottie Coll, the wife of mobster Mad Dog Coll
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Janice
Refers to Janice Drake who was girlfriend and wife to mobsters
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Margo
Refers to Margo Donohue who was a known gun moll
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Carmen
Refers to female mobster Carmen Martinez
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Smitty
Refers to Smitty White who was a girlfriend of a New York City gangster
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Alice
Alice Granville, the wife of a mobster
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Billie
Nickname of Dillinger's girlfriend Evelyn Frichette
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Evie
Refers to John Dillinger's girlfriend Evelyn "Billie" Frechette
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Arlyne
Arlyne Brickman, who worked with the mob
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Flamingo
Nickname of Virginia Hill, who was Bugsy Siegal's girlfriend
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Red
Refers to the 'Lady in Red' who brought down John Dillinger
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Lillian
Lillian Stang, a known gangster moll
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Florence
Refers to Florence Garrity who was the girlfriend of a major mobster hitman
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Nancy
Nancy Serville was a known mobster's girlfriend
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Palma
Palma Vitale was a mobster's girlfriend for years
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Margaret
Refers to Margaret Kelly who was a girlfriend of a gangster
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Rita
Rita Rio was the girlfriend of a known member of the Dutch Schultz mob family
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Marion
Refers to known mob mistress Marion 'Kiki' Roberts
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Kiki
Mob mistress Marion Roberts was called Kiki
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Twice
Refers to Twice Drake who was known to work with mobsters

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