Reptile Dog Names

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Introduction

Where others see slippery, slimy, and crawly, you see things of beauty! You see gorgeous reptiles who are deserving of our love and admiration. But you also have a doggo that you need to name at the moment, so we’re here to help in that department. If you appreciate reptiles so much, then why not consider a reptile dog name for your furry companion? Make a connection between two animal worlds you admire. Bring those scales and all that fur together. There are so many awesome, unique reptile monikers you might add to your dog’s collar. Hopefully, this name guide will set you on the path to discovering which is best for your new, adopted, or rescued champ!

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Reptile Dog Name Considerations

There are so many options when it comes to naming your pooch after a reptile. You automatically enter the world of snakes, turtles, lizards, alligators, crocodiles, and even the extinct dinosaurs! If you’re a fan of both reptiles and dogs, we hope you’re thinking what we’re thinking. This name guide is perfect for inspiring your reptile-obsessed and dog-loving heart. Use our ideas if you want, of course, but feel free to think beyond them as well. The realm of reptiles is a broad one, and so many wonderful titles await you if you’ll only search for them.

If you’re into snakes, try “Python,” “Boa,” “Viper,” “Cobra,” or “Sunbeam.” If lizards are your thing, then consider “Skink,” “Spiny,” “Anole,” “Chuck,” “Liz,” or “Gekkota.” And you can’t deny the awesomeness of turtles, so what if you called your doggo “Muddy,” “Softy,” “Mata,” or “Snapper?” Finally, if you’re looking for something unique but still tied to reptiles, go for “Chamey,” “Agama,” “Frilly,” “Naja,” “Dragon,” or “Freshy.” The best thing to do is to brainstorm all of your favorites and sift through them with your family and friends if you like. See if you can come up with cool short forms or nicknames that find their roots in a beloved reptile's title.

Male Reptile Dog Names

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Snake
For the slithering reptile
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Turtle
After the hard-shelled reptile
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Croc
Short for crocodile
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Gecko
For the small, adorable reptile
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Skink
For the type of lizard
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Iggy
Short for iguana
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Python
After the nonvenomous snake in Africa, Asia, and Austrailia
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Viper
For the venomous snakes found almost all over the world
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Boa
Because of the great constrictor
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King
After the kingsnake
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Naja
Another name for the cobra
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Garter
For the rather harmless snake common in North America
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Rattler
After the infamous rattlesnake
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Mo
Short for the mole snake
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Gator
Short for alligator
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Tort
For the large, hard-shelled reptile
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Boxy
After the box turtle
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Muddy
Short for the mud turtle
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Snapper
Short for the snapping turtle
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Beardy
After the bearded dragon
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Dragon
After the bearded dragon
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Spiny
For the spinytail lizard
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Tegu
After the Tegu lizard
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Chuck
For chuckwallas
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Hernandez
After the Hernandez’s Helmeted Basilisk
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Anole
For the lizard that changes its normal green or brown color
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Knobby
Short for the knob lizard
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Nile
After the Nile crocodile
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Freshy
For the freshwater crocodile
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Dwarf
For the dwarf crocodile

Female Reptile Dog Names

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Liz
Short for lizard
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Dino
Short for the extinct reptile, the dinosaur
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Chamey
Short for chameleon
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Gekkota
After the limbless snake-lizard
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Ana
Short for anaconda, one of the largest snakes in the world
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Mamba
After the fast-moving, venomous snake
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Cobra
For the dancing snake
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Coral
After the coral reef snake
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Sunbeam
The highly-iridescent Asian snake
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Alli
Short for alligator
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Softy
Short for softshell turtles
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Asia
For the Asian box turtle
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Frilly
After the frilled lizard, with a literal “outstanding” collar
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Agama
For the lizard found in Africa, Australia, and Asia
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Rainbow
Because of the Rainbow Agama
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Marsha
For the marsh crocodile
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Salty
After the saltwater crocodile
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America
For the American crocodile
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Marina
For the marine lizard
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Gharial
After the enormous crocodile
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Mata
For the Mata Mata Turtle
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Jewel
After the Jeweled Lacerta lizard
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Emerald
For the Emerald Swift lizard
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Gardenia
Reminiscent of the Oriental Garden Lizard
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Banana Split
For the Banana Split Mountain Lizard
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Sandy
After the Blue-tailed Sandveld Lizard
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Peni
For the Peninsular Rock Agma
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Cornelia
After the corn snake
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Eyelashes
For the eyelash viper
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Lippy
After the yellow-lipped sea krait

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