Pinocchio Dog Names

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Introduction

Ahh, Pinocchio, the classic tale of a little, wooden boy proving his worth to become real! A staple in many children's lives, this feature film was put out by Disney inspired by a significantly less light-hearted story from the 1800s. Who can forget the colorful characters from this epic animated adventure? Whether it be the fox and the cat, the blue fairy, Disney legend Jiminy Cricket, or Pinocchio himself, many people have a special place in their hearts for the members of this fictional cast. If this was one of your favorite films growing up, you may want to pay tribute by naming your next fur-baby after one of the many creatures from this story. 

Lucky for you, there are many great names used in this Disney classic, so read on to find which ones made our favorites list!

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Pinocchio Dog Name Considerations

If you have seriously been considering drawing your beloved canine's name from the tale of Pinocchio, there are a few things you may want to consider while making your decision. There are really two ways to go about sourcing your pooch's new title - either pick a name based on visual similarities of your pet and a character or use personality quirks that match up with one of these fictitious fellows.

For example, if you have a cute, little pupper with a black body and a lighter face or stomach, you might name them after Geppetto's kitty, Figaro. Do you have a great, big Mastiff? How about giving them a moniker like Monstro, the whale antagonist of the Disney film.

If you are more into classical literature, why not look up the original story to meet a whole group of new characters to source your name from? In the original tale, the blue fairy actually has a Poodle servant of her own, and instead of a whale attacking Pinocchio, it is "The Terrible Dogfish". The title character has many more adventures, furthering the story you already know and love.

With both the written story and the famous Disney masterpiece, you'll have a huge amount of material to sift through to give your furry friend the best Pinocchio-themed name ever!

Male Pinocchio Dog Names

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Pinocchio
The main character of the story who starts as a wooden puppet and seeks to become a real boy
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Geppetto
The crafter and father figure of Pinocchio
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Figaro
Geppetto's cat, a small, black feline
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Alidoro
A Mastiff from the original story who saves Pinocchio from drowning
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Eugene
From the original story, a boy who is hit by one of Pinocchio's textbooks
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Melampo
The late canine of the farmer from the original novel
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Jiminy
The cricket who helps Pinocchio, and essentially becomes his conscience
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Attila
A title given to "The Terrible Dogfish", a gigantic creature that swallows Pinocchio's father
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Monstro
The name of the whale from the Disney film (a variant of The Terrible Dogfish)
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Nekton
The krill that fear Monstro
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Wolfgang
The animator credited for creating the action sequences in the film
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Thurl
The actor who voiced the terrifying whale from the Disney movie
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Candlewick
A boy who convinces Pinocchio to abandon school
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Coach
From "The Coachman", a character that takes Pinocchio and his friend to Toyland
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Delfino
Italian for "Dolphin", a character from the original story
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Manny
Short for "Mangiafuoco", the frightening director of the Marionette Theater
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Medoro
The Blue Fairy's Poodle in the written tale
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John
After "Farmer John", the man who buys Pinocchio's friend in donkey form
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Gideon
The name of the cat from the Disney film
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Hiccup
Another moniker of the cat from the feature film
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Stromboli
The name of the marionette director from the Disney version of the story
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Foulfellow
The name of the fox in the Disney movie
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Mel
From "Mel Blanc", one of the voice actors from the animated masterpiece
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Lampwick
The Disney version of the character "Candlewick"
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Alex
From "Alexander", one of the boys that gets turned into a donkey
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Carlo
From "Carlo Collodi", the author of The Adventures of Pinocchio
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Rico
From "Enrico Mazzanti", the illustrator of the original series
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Ben
From "Benedetto Croce", a famous philosopher and critic who loved the story
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Mario
One of the original author's grandsons who later helped produce the Italian animated film
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Tony
After "Antonio", the authors other grandson who also helped to produce the Italian version of the film

Female Pinocchio Dog Names

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Fairy
After "The Fairy with the Turquoise Hair", or "The Blue Fairy" from the Disney version of the tale
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Blue
After "The Blue Fairy" that helps Pinocchio become a real boy
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Spirit
Once again after "The Blue Fairy", who is also known as the spirit of the forest
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Falcon
A bird who helps save Pinocchio in the original story
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Civetta
Italian for "Owl", a character who diagnoses Pinocchio
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Foxy
Referencing the fox that leads Pinocchio astray
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Lucy
From "Lucciola", glowworm fro the original tale
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Harlie
From "Harlequin" one of the marionettes that Pinocchio meets on his adventure
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Punch
Another of the marionettes that is in the original series
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Sigorna
After "Sigorna Rosaura", the third marionette in the original tale
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Rose
After "Sigorna Rosaura", a marionette that Pinocchio meets
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Marion
After the marionettes in the book and film
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Patty
After "Patricia Page", a voice actor from the feature film
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Mae
From "Mae Questel", a voice actor from the Disney movie
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Pescia
The name of the city where the original author of Pinocchio lived
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Flo
From "Florentine", the dialect in which the classic tale was written
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Turk
From "Fairy with the Turquoise Hair", the name of the fairy in the original series
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Mary
From "Mary Alice Murray", the first translator to write Pinocchio into English
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Hannah
After "Hannah Fischer", a ballerina in the ballet version of the story
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Elly
After "Elana Lobsanova", a second ballerina cast in the ballet version of the tale
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Pina
Taken from the name "Pinocchio"
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Star
From the song "When You Wish Upon a Star" from the feature film
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Cleo
The elegant goldfish from the animated movie
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Whistle
From the song "Give a Little Whistle", sung by Jiminy Cricket
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Cricket
After Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio's friend and conscience
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Evie
From "Evelyn Venable", the voice of The Blue Fairy
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Dee Dee
Referring to the song Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee
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Leigh
Leigh Hartline co-wrote songs for the film
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Roxy
Once called the Roxy Theater, the Center Theater first released Pinocchio
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Mavis
Mavis Mims played the Blue Fairy's mother in the 1965 film, Pinocchio in Outer Space

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