Puss in Boots Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Puss in Boots, a talking cat known for his signature boots and his skill with a sword, was first introduced to Dreamworks animation audiences in the movie Shrek 2, released in 2004. His character was so popular and well-received that he was not only brought back for Shrek the Third, but he was also granted his own spin-off movie in 2011 and Netflix launched a television show in 2016 that is set three years prior to the movie and features the indomitable cat. If you are a new pet parent who is also a fan of the adorable and debonair feline thief, there are many characters and places in both the movie and the television series that may be a perfect fit for your canine companion.

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Puss in Boots Inspired Dog Name Considerations

There are many ways to select a name for a new canine companion. Many people choose to honor an individual that went before them, like the St. Regis hotel in Aspen, Colorado did when they named their pup Kitty Jacob Astor II. Some choose a name that is connected to their interests, such as a tailor or seamstress who names their pooch Stitch or Bias, or the geologist who names their dog Pangaea or Delta. Another option is to select a name from a favorite form of entertainment, such as a book, movie, or television show. The swashbuckling character of Puss in Boots appeared in both movies and in his own television show, giving fans plenty of opportunity for inspiration. You can pinpoint the perfect name for your pooch in several different ways. If you go by your dog's physical appearance, names like Dulcinea, Babieca, or Perla work well for white-coated dogs, while darker colored dogs may find Kitty or Bloodwolf more appropriate. If your dog is one of those who tends to take what they want, there are names like Bandit, Hecate, or Whisperer which may work well, and if you have a pair of thieves you could even choose Jack and Jill.

Male Puss in Boots Inspired Dog Names

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Andy
Andy “Jack” Beanstalk is a prisoner in San Ricardo in the Puss in Boots movie
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Antonio
Antonio Banderas voiced Puss in Boots in the Movie
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Atrephius
An old alchemist that is featured in The Adventures of Puss in Boots
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Babieca
The white horse that Puss in Boots rides; according to Puss Babieca is the fastest horse in the world
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Bandit
There are many bandits trying to steal the gold from the treasure house in San Lorenzo
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Blanco
El Guante Blanco is the elderly cat who trained Puss in Boots in sword fighting
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Bloodwolf
A powerful, evil creature from the Netherworld
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Blue
Little Boy Blue grew up in the orphanage and bullied Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty
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El Moco
The bandit king El Moco repeatedly attempts to steal the treasure in San Lorenzo
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Eric
Eric Bauza voiced Puss in Boots in The Adventures of Puss in Boots
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Fartholomew
Fartholomew Fishfinger is an evil wizard hiding in the form of a small white mouse in San Lorenzo
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Giant
The Giant was the former owner of both the abandoned castle and The Great Terror
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Gonzalo
One of the Three Diablos, a trio of dangerously cute kittens in the Puss in Boots short “The Three Diablos”
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Goodsword
An enchanted sword that chooses Dulcinea to be the hero of San Lorenzo
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Hamhock
One of the boar piglets cared for by Jack and Jill; Jack’s favorite
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Humpty Dumpty
Puss in Boots’ brother figure, a thief who grew up in the same orphanage
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Jack
Jack and Jill are greedy outlaws who are married to one another in the Puss in Boots movie
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Julio
A bandit in The Adventure of Puss in Boots
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King
The Blind King is an evil form of Puss in Boots from the Netherworld
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Lorenzo
San Lorenzo is a magical city in the desert built by Sino as a safe haven for orphans
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Pickles
Kid Pickles is an orphan in San Lorenzo that loves pickles and believes his mother is a cactus
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Puss
Puss in Boots is a suave and debonair orange tabby who is skilled with a sword
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Ricardo
Puss in Boots grew up in the town of San Ricardo
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Sino
A great mage and Dulcina’s father who also created the city of San Lorenzo, then split himself into a good and evil half
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Sprat
Jack Sprat is an old friend of Puss in Boots who tends to get him in trouble
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Temoroso
The mayor of San Lorenzo, Mayor Temoroso, frequently hides in barrels
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Timoteo
One of the Three Diablos, a trio of dangerously cute kittens in the Puss in Boots short “The Three Diablos”; full name Sir Timoteo Montenegro III
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Toby
A kind but clumsy and overprotective orphan pig in San Lorenzo
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Uli
A clever and manipulative satyr who Puss in Boots calls a “goaty-man”
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Whisperer
A master thief who always whispered

Female Puss in Boots Inspired Dog Names

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Alessandra
In the Puss in Boots short “The Three Diablos,” the Princess Alessandra Belagamba is missing the crown jewel of her kingdom
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Callista
Callista’s sister is the Sphinx who guards San Lorenzo
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Charlotte
Charlotte Newhouse voiced Princess Alessandra Bellagamba
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Cleevil
A green, goblin-like Tulpa that was created by Sino
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Duchess
Originally one of the four Eldritch sisters, who was punished by the others for writing a tell-all memoir
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Dulcinea
The sweet but independent Dulcinea is Puss in Boot’s love interest in The Adventures of Puss in Boots
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Esme
An adorable five-year-old orphan in San Lorenzo
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Golden
The Golden Goose, the daughter of the Great Terror in the movie Puss in Boots
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Hecate
Hecate is a powerful mage who considers herself to be the army of the resistance
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Imelda
The woman who ran the orphanage and the surrogate mother to Puss in Boots
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Jayma
Jayma Mays voiced Dulcinea in The Adventures of Puss in Boots
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Jill
Jack and Jill are greedy outlaws who are married to one another in the Puss in Boots movie
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Kitty
Kitty Softpaws is a talented thief and Puss in Boots’ cool and sleek love interest in the movie
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Malaranea
One of the four Eldritch sisters
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Maliflua
One of the four Eldritch sisters
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Malviola
One of the four Eldritch sisters
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Orange
A Tulpa created by Sino that looks like Dulcinea but has colorless clothing and black eyes
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Pajuna
The owner of the local cantina in San Lorenzo, a Highland Cow
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Pequana
The orphan Lil Pequana was actually the tiny queen from the Netherworld
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Perla
One of the Three Diablos, a trio of dangerously cute kittens in the Puss in Boots short “The Three Diablos”
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Ruby
The crown jewel of Princess Alessandra’s land is a ruby named “Heart of Fire”
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Salma
Salma Hayek voiced Kitty Softpaws in the Puss in Boots movie
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Shade
The Realm of Shades is a black and white version of San Lorenzo populated by copies of Dulcinea
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Sheila
A dancing dingo from the Netherworld who hates shoes
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Sphinx
In The Adventures of Puss in Boots, the Sphinx is a guardian of San Lorenzo
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Terror
The Great Terror is the mother of Golden Goose, who was stolen from her mother by Humpty Dumpty and his band of bandits
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Treasure
Puss in Boots took a coin from the treasure house in San Lorenzo, breaking the spell that hid them
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Tulpa
Tulpas are magical creatures created by a powerful mage
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Vina
An orphan in San Lorenzo who likes to spout facts, even when they are fiction
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Zapata
Señora Zapata is the caretaker and owner of the orphanage in San Lorenzo

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