San Diego Dog Names

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Introduction

San Diego is a major city in Southern California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean with the 8th largest population of any city in the United States. The city offers a mild climate year-round, a natural, deep-water harbor and a large number of beaches. Located just north of Tijuana, Mexico, the city has been called “the birthplace of California” as it was the first site that Europeans visited on what is now the United States’ West Coast. As you search for just the right name for your canine companion, the city of San Diego may offer the inspiration that you are looking for. 

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San Diego Dog Name Considerations

Struggling to choose just the right name for your pooch? You are not alone. Many people struggle when looking for just the right name for their new canine companion. As you try to choose the best name for your dog, there are numerous places to start. One option is to look to a place that has meaning to you and consider possibilities from that place. After all, you want the name to fit your dog while having some meaning to you. If the city of San Diego brings good feelings to mind, it may be a good place to turn for inspiration when looking for the right name for your pup. The city has a lot to offer, from beaches, mountains and cultural opportunities, leading to many options for just the right name.

San Diego may also be the place to turn if your canine companion enjoys activities that are popular there. For example, if your pup loves to spend time at the beach, you can turn to the many beaches the city offers to find options for their name. No matter the reason you are turning to the city of San Diego for inspiration, you will find that the city offers plenty of options for the right name for your canine buddy. 

Male San Diego Dog Names

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Diego
For the city of San Diego
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Cabrillo
For the Cabrillo Tide Pools at the Cabrillo National Monument
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Junior
For Junior Seau, a linebacker and one of the all-time best players on the Chargers
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Philip
For Philip Rivers, quarterback for the San Diego Chargers
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Tony
For Tony Gwynn Sr., professional baseball player for the San Diego Padres, nicknamed Mr. Padre and considered one of the best Padre players of all time
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Winfield
For Dave Winfield, one of the all-time great players for the Padres
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Onofre
For San Onofre State Beach, a 3,000 acre state park
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Padre
For the San Diego Padres, a major league baseball team
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Ysidro
For San Ysidro, a district of the city of San Diego
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Carlsbad
For Carlsbad, a city 35-miles north of San DIego
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Elijo
For San Elijo State Beach, located near San Diego
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Andy
For Andy Green, the manager of the San Diego Padres
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Charger
For the San Diego Chargers, an NFL team from 1961-2017 (now the Los Angeles Chargers)
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Coronado
For the resort city of Coronado, located across the San Diego Bay from downtown San Diego
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Ted
For actor Ted Danson, who was born in San Diego
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Marcus
For Marcus Allen, a former NFL running back, who was born in San Diego
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Duvall
For Robert Duvall, an Oscar winning actor from San Diego
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Spreckels
For Spreckels Organ Pavilion, where you can enjoy free organ concerts
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Soledad
For Mount Soledad, a hill in San Diego that is 822 feet in height
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Rodney
For Rodney Harrison, a top player for the Chargers playing the position of safety
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Cowles
For Cowles Mountain, the highest peak in the city
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Gabriel
Stand-up comedian Gabriel Iglesias is from San Diego
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Hawk
For famous skateboarder Tony Hawk who was born in the San Diego area
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Cleveland
For the Cleveland National Forest, located a 30 minute drive from downtown San Diego
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Pasqual
For San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park in Escondido
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Freddy
For Freddy Galvis, the shortstop for the San Diego Padres
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Kevin
For the 36th mayor of San Diego, Kevin L. Faulconer
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Batiquitos
For Batiquitos Lagoon, an intertidal lagoon and marsh
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Cliff
For Oscar-winning actor Cliff Robertson, who was born in the La Jolla area
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Woodson
For Mount Woodson, which offers a trail to Potato Chip Rock

Female San Diego Dog Names

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Torrey
For Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, located in the community of La Jolla in San Diego
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Bonita
For Bonita Cove, a beach in San Diego
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Loma
For Point Loma, a seaside community within the city of San Diego
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Cuyamaca
For Lake Cuyamaca, a 110-acre reservoir in eastern San Diego County
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Ellen
For Ellen Browning Scripps Memorial Park, a 5.6-acre park between the Pacific Ocean and the village of La Jolla
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Laguna
For the Laguna Mountains, located in eastern San Diego county
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Liberty
For Liberty Station, a San Diego neighborhood
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Lomita
A neighborhood in southeast San Diego
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Solana
For Solana Beach, a coastal city in San Diego county
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Charlotte
For Doctor Charlotte Johnson Baker, the first woman physician to practice medicine in San Diego
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Balboa
For Balboa Park, a 1200-acre urban, cultural park in San Diego
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Belle
For Belle Jennings Benchley, the director of the San Diego Zoo from 1927 to 1953
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Leucadia
For Leucadia State Beach, located in the San Diego area
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Carmel
For Carmel Valley, located in the northwest part of San Diego
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Madge
For Madge Bradley, an attorney and judge who was the first woman appointed to the San Diego County bench
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Cameron
Actress Cameron Diaz was born in San Diego
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Cedar
For Cedar Creek Falls, an 80-foot waterfall in the hills of eastern San Diego
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Margarita
For the Santa Margarita River, the last diverted undammed river in Southern California
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Palomar
For Palomar Mountain State Park, located in northern San Diego county
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Poway
A San Diego suburb that is home to several large employers and multiple natural parks
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Encinitas
For the San Diego suburb of Encinitas
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Santee
For the San Diego suburb of Santee
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Orca
For the whales that you can see at Sea World in San Diego
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Chollas
For Chollas Lake, a tiny lake in San Diego
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Solana
For Solana Beach, a San Diego suburb
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Kensington
An upscale neighborhood in San Diego
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Addison
Addison at The Grand Del Mar, is considered one of the top restaurants in the city
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Birch
For the Birch Aquarium at Scripps, the public outreach center for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California
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Pechanga
For the Pechanga Resort and Casino, a San Diego area entertainment destination
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Juniper
For the San Diego restaurant of TV chef Richard Blais, Juniper and Ivy

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