Nikita Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Nikita was an American action drama television series that aired from September 9, 2010 to December 27, 2013. The series was the second TV adaptation of Luc Besson’s 1990 film of the same name (the first being the 1997 Canadian series La Femme Nikita). The titular character, who is played by Maggie Q, is a deeply troubled woman who was saved from death row and trained to become an operative for a secret organization known only as the “Division”, which is responsible for black operations such as assassination, espionage and sabotage. Attempting to live a normal life, which is against Division rules, her fiancée was killed and she goes rogue. After three years in hiding, she returns to take vengeance on the people who wronged her. 

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Nikita Inspired Dog Name Considerations

When you become a furparent, the first and foremost task that you need to fulfill is giving your new furry buddy a name. As easy as it sounds, however, you need to think of a name that is not just cool-sounding but also one that matches your dog’s overall personality. There are many “strategies” to use when picking a name for your dog.

One of the ways to narrow down your options for dog names is to use popular culture as inspiration. Dog owners are known to brainstorm name ideas based on their personal favorite films, television shows, literature or anything famous on the internet. For Nikita buffs, there are plenty of name options that can be taken from the show. For example, you can name your four-legged pal after a character from the series. For male dogs, the names Bishop, Seymour or Ryan are good choices while for female canines, obvious choices would be Nikita, Alex or Amanda, all of which are the main characters from the show.

Aside from the fictional characters, you can also take the name of the celebrities who play the roles into consideration. You may even name your own dog after your favorite actor’s own pets. For instance, Maggie Q has adopted dogs such as Lady and Cesar. 

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