Opera Dog Names in Pop Culture
If you haven’t seen the cuteness or heard the adorable stylings of opera star in the making, Walter, then you’re in for a doggie treat today, Wag! friends. He’s the French Bulldog with a one-of-a-kind operatic voice. Could we call him our tiny tenor? Certainly! Don’t let appearances fool you. He may be little, but the set of pipes on this one is something to marvel at for sure. The video of Walter and his dog mom is not to be missed. They’re so entertaining. Basically, if the attention isn’t on Walter, he’s going to make sure he’s in the spotlight. His howl is like no other.
This magnificent Frenchie hails from Austin, Texas, and we’re so glad he decided to share his talents with the worldwide web. It’s seriously not every day that you get to encounter a pup that sings instead of howls. Now, maybe you’ve thought that your fur child’s howling sounded a bit like singing before, but we mean, do they truly sound like Walter? If so, you probably have a star on your hands. His owner says that most of the time, the doggie operas are a result of Walter feeling ignored or excluded.
In the video, you’ll see what happened when Walter’s owner was talking to a friend outside the car. Walter obviously couldn’t take it, and he set to singing, longingly and lovingly for his owner to come back to him. He stuck his head out the window and sang into the open air, filling his surroundings with his “song.” You know everyone in a half-mile radius had to be wondering where the singing was coming from. You’ll have to keep watching the video to believe it. At first, it’s tempting to think it’s not real at all. It’s just so unique!
Walter definitely has an effective stage presence, and some say his voice is not very pleasant. But we at Wag! approve with all our dog-loving hearts. His owner is pretty funny and reminds us of how we all talk to our pets as if they’re human. We reason with them because, in truth, they seem to understand us more than our own family and friends sometimes. They are our family and friends for that matter! Anyhow, Walter’s mom is hilarious as she tries to soothe him and pleads for him to cease. We applaud this duo, and can’t wait to see (and hear) more.
Opera Dog Name Considerations
If you’re thinking about an opera dog name for your fur baby, then think about some of those operatic tenors and sopranos who have left a legacy on the stage. They’ve carried us away with their near-alien abilities. They hit notes that should shatter chandeliers but are so smooth and heavenly that they don’t. To put it plainly, their voices are pure magic. And so are our pooches, which is why they deserve a sweet, opera-inspired name on their collar. So, have a look at our list below for some inspiration as you select the pawfect one. Your search may take you beyond this page, and that’s okay. We’re here to get you started.
If you’re looking to name a furry opera lady, think about names like “Renee,” “Maria,” “Ruby,” “Kiri Te,” or “Jessye.” You could even call her “Soprano,” if you want to be fairly forward about your love for opera. If she has a squeaky bark or loves to howl along to music, then “Soprano” could be quite fitting. If you’re out to land a name for you cuddly opera stud, then consider names like “Luciano,” “Domingo,” “Andrea,” “Enrico,” or “Amaury.” “Tenor” might be your choice or maybe even “Bass” or “Bari” for baritone.