New Orleans Dog Names

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Introduction

A major U.S. port located in southeastern Louisiana, the New Orleans metropolitan area has a population of over 1.1 million. The city of New Orleans is known for its food, music and annual celebrations and festivals, like Mardi Gras. The city is often call the “most unique” in the United States.

When you are looking for a name for your new canine companion, the city of New Orleans is a great place to turn for inspiration. The city has much to offer and its diversity will deliver a number of unique options for a name for your pooch. 

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New Orleans Dog Name Considerations

Struggling to choose a name for your new canine companion? Why not turn to a city that is as unique as New Orleans for inspiration. The vibrant city offers plenty to do year-round and is a popular vacation destination, offering the excitement and parades of Mardi Gras and the experience of music festivals. A name inspired by New Orleans will bring this special place to mind each time you call the name of your pup. If New Orleans is a place that has meaning for you, it can feel just right to choose something from the city and honor it by giving the name to your new family member.

A New Orleans-inspired name may also be a match if your dog seems to enjoy activities that are a part of the city culture. If your pal enjoys a concert in the park or a energetic parade, a name from New Orleans may be a match. No matter the reason you are looking to the city of New Orleans for a name for your canine companion, you will find that the city has no shortage of inspiration when it comes to ideas.  

Male New Orleans Dog Names

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Saint
For the New Orleans Saints NFL team
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Touro
A New Orleans neighborhood in the Central City/Garden District
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Milan
A New Orleans neighborhood that is a sub-district of the Central City/Garden District area
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Kenner
A suburb of New Orleans
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Jackson
For Jackson Square, a park in the French Quarter of New Orleans
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Marshall
For NFL running back Marshall Faulk, who was born in New Orleans
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Tyler
For actor and comedian Tyler Perry who was born in the city
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Charles
For Place St. Charles, a 53-story building in New Orleans
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Crawfish
Freshwater crustaceans that are a popular food in New Orleans
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Nevarre
For a New Orleans neighborhood in the Lakeview area
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Gumbo
A soup or stew that is popular in New Orleans; the Louisiana state cuisine
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Bourbon
For Bourbon Street, a street located in the heart of the French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans
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Elmwood
A New Orleans suburb with a 2.3% unemployment rate
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Canal
For Canal Street, a major thoroughfare in New Orleans
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Manning
For NFL playing brothers Eli and Peyton, who were born in New Orleans
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Filmore
Located in the Gentilly area of the city, Filmore is a neighborhood in New Orleans
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King
For King Cake, which is associated with the pre-Lenten celebration of Mardi Gras
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Covington
A suburb of New Orleans that includes a park with a very large playground
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Truman
For author Truman Capote, who was born in New Orleans
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Bouette
A small town that is a suburb of New Orleans
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Emeril
For famous chef Emeril Lagasse who calls the city home
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Foster
For the desert bananas foster, a creole delicacy
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Dixon
A New Orleans neighborhood in the Uptown/Carrollton area
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Blaine
For Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World, where tourists can visit a 300,000 square foot warehouse where floats are made for Mardi Gras
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Natchez
For Steamboat Natchez, a steamboat based in New Orleans
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Brennan
For Brennan’s restaurant which offers upscale creole food
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Antoine
The New Orleans restaurant Antoine’s is the oldest family-operated restaurant in the United States
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Bacchanal
For Bacchanal’s Fine Wine and Spirits, a wine store that offers live music
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Galatoire
Operating for more than 100 years, this New Orleans restaurant is considered THE quintessential New Orleans classic
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Xavier
For Xavier University of Louisiana, located in New Orleans

Female New Orleans Dog Names

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Holly
For Hollygrove, a New Orleans neighborhood in the Uptown/Carrollton area
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Ruby
For Ruby Nell Bridges, a civil rights activist who was the first child to desegregate the all-white William Frantz Elementary School in Louisiana
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Marly
For Marlyville, also called Fontainebleau, a neighborhood in New Orleans in the Uptown/Carrollton neighborhood
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Catherine
For Lake St. Catherine, a lake in eastern Orleans Parish within the New Orleans city limits
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Loyola
For Loyola University New Orleans
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Metairie
A suburb that is included in the New Orleans metropolitan area
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Harahan
Located along the Mississippi, Harahan is a suburb of New Orleans
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Aurora
A neighborhood located in the Algiers area of New Orleans
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Reese
For actress Reese Witherspoon who was born in New Orleans
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Crescent
New Orleans is often called “The Crescent City”
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Jambalaya
A dish that originated in Louisiana that consists of meat, vegetables and rice
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Mardi
For Mardi Gras, a celebration period of parades and parties before the fasting season of Lent
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Mimi
For Mimi’s in the Marigny, which is said to have excellent bar food
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Ellen
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres was born and raised in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie
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Tulane
For Tulane University, which is located in New Orleans
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Étouffée
A creole or Cajun dish that typically includes shellfish over rice
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Bean
For Red Beans and Rice, a popular dish in New Orleans
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Muffuletta
A sandwich that originated from Italian immigrants in New Orleans that is made of a round, Sicilian sesame bread
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Beignet
A treat that is popular in the city; a square of fried dough covered with powdered sugar
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Belle
Belle Chasse is a suburb of New Orleans on the Mississippi River
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Abita
For New Orleans suburb Abita Springs which has slightly more than 2,000 residents
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Anne
For Anne Rice, an author of Gothic vampire novels, she was born and lived most of her life in the city
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Margaret
For Margaret Haughery, one of New Orleans most generous philanthropists
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Chalmette
For the Chalmette Battlefield, the site of the January 8, 1815, Battle of New Orleans: Chalmette Battlefield
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Cokie
Journalist Cokie Roberts was born in New Orleans
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Jean
For the Jean Lafitte National Park, located in New Orleans
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Daiquiri
For the alcohol drink that is popular in the city
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Ruth
For Ruth Fertel, the founder of Ruth’s Chris Steak House, who was born in New Orleans
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Brees
For Drew Brees, the New Orleans Saints’ quarterback
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Nola
For NOLA, short for “New Orleans Louisiana”

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