Pooh's Heffalump Movie Inspired Dog Names

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The classic tale of Winnie the Pooh is one that has captured the hearts of children everywhere for many years. So many books, movies, and television shows have been created in order to provide as many opportunities as possible for people of all ages to be able to enjoy the tale and one of the most recent movies has been Pooh's Heffalump Movie. If you remember from the early Winnie the Pooh stories, Heffalumps are scary, elephant-like creatures that all of the Hundred Acre Woods residents are horribly afraid of. In this movie, however, we get a new look at Heffalumps and learn a great lesson on not judging a book by its cover alone.

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Pooh's Heffalump Movie Inspired Dog Name Considerations

One might decide to choose a Pooh's Heffalump Movie themed name if they loved the show or if their dog reminds them of the lovable characters! Personality will have a huge part to play in choosing these names as really any breed or size of dog can fit in perfectly. For instance, if you have a small dog who tends to be a bit shy and timid, then the name "Piglet" may be a great choice; while on the other hand, the same size of dog that is adventurous and brave could be named "Roo" as this character doesn't seem to be afraid of much. As for larger dogs, tags such as "Monster", "Heffalump", "Bear", or "Lumpy" could be great options as they range from quiet and cuddly, to the potential of being strong and intimidating. Winnie the Pooh is a character that loves silly sayings and delicious golden honey. If you have a dog that is honey colored and sweet, the names "Honey", "Pooh", or "Bear" might be something to consider as they represent the category extremely well. Overall, a Pooh's Heffalump Movie name is not only versatile, but also unique, classic, and the perfect fit for anyone who appreciates the world of Winnie the Pooh.

Male Pooh's Heffalump Movie Inspired Dog Names

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Lumpy
The little Heffalump that Roo discovers in the woods
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Roo
Kanga's son and an adventurous friend of Pooh Bear
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Pooh
Winnie the Pooh is a bear in a red shirt, who loves honey
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Tigger
A happy-go-lucky tiger that bounces around on his springy tail
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Eeyore
A sad and gloomy donkey with a pink bow on his tail
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Owl
An owl friend that is only seen in the credits of the movie
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Froggy
Inspired by the little frog that Lumpy sings about in the woods
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Heffridge
Lumpy's official first name
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Trumpler
One of Lumpy's middle names
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Monster
What everyone in the Hundred Acre Woods think that Heffalumps are
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Stanger
The voice of Lumpy
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Sansom
The voice of Pooh's friend, Rabbit
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Hopkins
One of the singers who performs in "The Name Game" song
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Lasso
What Roo uses to catch Lumpy
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Cloud
"Little Black Rain Cloud" is a song in the film
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Simon
Carly Simon is an American singer that wrote five songs for the film
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Elephant
Inspired by the elephant appearance that Heffalumps have
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Nissen
Director of the film
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Hundred
Inspired by the Hundred Acre Woods
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Spike
Heffalumps supposedly have a spiked tail
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Bumble
Short for all of the bumbling around Roo's friends did while searching for the Heffalump
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Christopher
Christopher Robin is the animal's human friend
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February
The month that the movie was originally intended to be released
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Donkey
The animal that Eeyore is
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Stripe
Inspired by the stripes on Tigger's fur
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Woody
A name fit for a pet names after the woods where Pooh lives
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Aspen
A type of tree that could be a type that can be found in the Hundred Acre Woods
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Dov
Hebrew name meaning "bear"
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Silas
Biblical name that means "forest"
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Forrester
An English name that means “one who dwells near the forest"
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Rabbit
Pooh's very outspoken and somewhat bossy friend

Female Pooh's Heffalump Movie Inspired Dog Names

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Kanga
Roo's mom
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Mama
What Lumpy calls his mother
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Bear
The animal that Pooh is
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Heffa
Short for Heffalump
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Acre
Inspired by the woods where Pooh and his friends live
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Piglet
Pooh's best friend
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Brompet
One of Lumpy's many middle names
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Nikita
The voice of Roo
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Baby
Lumpy is a baby Heffalump
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Woozle
The second monster type mentioned along with Heffalumps
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Winnie
Pooh's first name
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Kath
Kanga's voice
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Jessica
Producer of the film
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Luv
"Luv-a-bye" is a song in the film
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Carly
Simon's first name, the singer who wrote five songs for the film
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Violet
Inspired by Lumpy's coloring
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Spili
Evan Spiliotopoulos is one of the film writers
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Honey
What Pooh Bear loves to eat
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Holly
Short for Heffalump Hollow
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Trumpet
What a Heffalump call is named
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Robin
Christopher's last name
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April
The month the film was released
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Tigga
A cute female twist on the name "Tigger"
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Pinky
Inspired by Piglet's coloring
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Lulu
A Native American name meaning "Rabbit"
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Melissa
Greek for "honeybee"
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Opa
Native American for "owl"
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Ursula
Latin for "little she-bear"
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Hadley
Old English for "meadow"

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