Spring Dog Names

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Introduction

After the dark, gray, cold, stale days of winter, we crawl out to vibrant, green spring. At first, it feels like a dream, like we’ve woken in a fairy tale or Eden itself. Our eyes have to adjust: we notice the yellow daffodils lining the drive, the pink tulip-tree blooms in the distance, and the birdsong all around us. Everything is suddenly in motion with the springtime winds; indeed, everything seems to breathe and dance. It’s enough to make you realize you need a loving dog by your side, so if you find yourself with a new, energetic pup or even a shy, older rescue this March, April, or May, you’ll want a name that suits all that the adorable canine means to you.

Spring Dog Names in Pop Culture

Spring Dog Name Considerations

Springtime involves so much new life and wonder. On every corner, one meets with colorful blossoms and fresh green. Baby birds can be heard crying for food in their nest. People move outdoors for picnics, reunions, and cocktails. The sun is out, temperatures are on the rise, and blue skies abound. Why not name your dog after some of the lively, beautiful images of spring? The guide below will get you started, but so much inspiration for names may be garnered simply by taking your new pup for a walk outside. You’ll see, smell, hear, feel, and even taste so much about spring!

You might give your canine a title that centers on plants, which are absolutely everywhere during March, April, and May: try “Herb,” “Sprout,” “Bean,” Daisy,” “Lilac,” or “Camellia.” Birds are also a common sight, so “Bunting,” “Hawk,” “Dovie,” or “Ruby” could be what you’re after. A spring tag might also be “Brella,” short for umbrella, or “Camper” because many people enjoy the pastime of camping as the weather warms up. Basically, if your dog has a “spring” in their step or they simply love the outdoors when all of nature swings back into bloom, consider a spring-inspired dog name for your lovable furry guy or gal.

Male Spring Dog Names

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Fence
Perhaps it’s time to paint the old wooden fence again
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Herb
Herbs are growing in the garden and in pots on the porch
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Jalapeno
Jalapenos begin sprouting in the springtime
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Mulch
We use mulch as we plant new flowers and produce
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Shed
We pull out yard tools from the shed out back
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Barrow
Short for “wheelbarrow”
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Sprout
Plenty of fresh green sprouts can be seen
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Arbor
In honor of Arbor Day
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Mardi
In honor of Mardi Gras
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Patrick
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day
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Kite
During windy March, it’s the perfect time to fly a kite
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March
March is the first month of spring
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Mango
It’s time to add mangos to your fruity drinks and dishes
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Pawpaw
After those yellow-green fruits native to Canada and the U.S.
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Kingfisher
Kingfishers do a lot of springtime hunting on ponds and lakes
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Oriole
Orioles are birds bearing orange that can be seen in spring
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Heron
The Great Blue Heron enjoys springtime fishing
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Reviver
Everything is renewed and revived in spring
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Hummer
After the spring arrival of hummingbirds
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Bean
Beans flourish in the warm springtime
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Hawk
Hawks begin hunting in the spring when life fills the meadows
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Camper
Camping is an enjoyable springtime activity
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Bubbles
Spring is the perfect time to begin blowing bubbles outdoors
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Flicker
After the “common flicker” woodpecker
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Wade
Many people wade creeks in spring
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Pitcher
Baseball begins in the spring
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Catcher
Another baseball reference
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Oscar
In honor of all the recently named Oscar films
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Splash
Spring is a time for splashing in puddles
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Bunting
After the “Indigo bunting” finch

Female Spring Dog Names

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Birdie
Many new birds hatch from their eggs
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Bloom
Blooms begin to appear everywhere in the springtime
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Daisy
Daisies cover hillsides and meadows during spring
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Ladybug
Ladybugs are a common symbol of bright spring
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Lilac
Lilacs can be seen during April and May
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Butterfly
Butterflies begin emerging from their cocoons in March
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Robin
Robins are out in force hunting for worms after spring rains
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Brella
Short for “umbrella”
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Picnic
Many families go on picnics as the spring weather warms up
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Gardenia
Gardenia bushes begin blooming in late springtime
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Rosemary
Rosemary is a fresh herb that grows in spring
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Sage
Sage is a fresh herb that grows in spring
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Pepper
Black peppercorn grows during the springtime
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Flora
Many flowers bloom in the spring
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Polly
A play on the word “pollen”
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Mama
In honor of Mother’s Day
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Patty
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day
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April
April is the second month of spring
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May
May is the last month of spring
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Lemon
Lemons are bright and sunny like springtime
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Peaches
Peaches begin growing during the springtime
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Honey
Bees collect pollen for honey in the spring months
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Cauli
Short for “cauliflower”
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Parasol
Ladies carry parasols in spring to shade them from the sun
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Julep
After the springtime cocktail “mint julep”
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Camellia
Camellias bloom in early, cool spring
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Patio
Family and friends gather on patios during the warmer days
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Martini
Friends sip martinis on outdoor patios during springtime
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Dovie
After the “mourning dove” of spring
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Ruby
After the “ruby-throated hummingbird” of spring

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