St. Petersburg Dog Names

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Introduction

The second largest city in Russia, St. Petersburg is home to about five million people. Situated on the Neva River at the head of the Gulf of Finland, the city is a key Russian port on the Baltic Sea. One of the world’s largest art museums, the Hermitage, is in St. Petersburg, which Russia’s cultural capital, as well as one of its most modern cities. St. Petersburg proper includes nine municipal towns and 21 municipal settlements.

With offices of numerous foreign consulates, international corporations, banks and businesses, St. Petersburg has plenty going for it. It is also a great place to turn for unique name ideas for your new canine pal.

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St. Petersburg Dog Name Considerations

If you are thinking of pulling out baby name books as you try to come up with the perfect name for your pup, you are not alone. It is understandable that you take naming your new friend seriously; after all, you will be calling them by the name you choose many times a day for years to come. Of course, you want the name to feel just right.

As you contemplate and reject possibilities, consider a way to find unique name ideas that also have some meaning to you. Many pet parents will call upon memories from a visit to a special city. Take the city of St. Petersburg, Russia, for example. Filled with culture and plenty of things to do, this city is sure to introduce you to potential names for your pup. As you explore virtually or reminisce about time spent there, take note of any possibilities that seem like a fit for your pooch. After you are done checking the city and the options within, you can narrow down your choices to the name that is the best match for your new friend.

Male St. Petersburg Dog Names

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Nevsky
For Nevsky Prospekt
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Krestovsky
For Krestovsky Island, an affluent part of St. Petersburg
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Pushkin
A suburb of St. Petersburg
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Pavlovsk
For Pavlovsk Palace and Park
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Alexander
For Alexander Garden in St. Petersburg
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Admiralteisky
For Admiralteisky, the area just west of the city center of St. Petersburg
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Kirov
For the Kirov Islands
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Griboedov
For the Griboedov Canal, which is a narrow and winding channel that connects two historic areas of St. Petersburg
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Kryukov
For the Kryukov Canal, which runs through the south of the center of St. Petersburg
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Yelagin
For Yelagin Island, located at the mouth of the Neva River
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Kolpino
A municipal city and district of St. Petersburg
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Krasnoye
For Krasnoye Selo, a municipal town in the city of St. Petersburg, located south-southeast of the city center
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Kronstadt
A municipal town in the Kronshtadtsky District of St. Petersburg
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Kotlin
For Kotlin Island
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Duderhof
For Duderhof Hills, a small highland area of southwestern St. Petersburg
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Alexandrinsky
For the Alexandrinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg
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Stroganoff
For beef stroganoff, a dish named for one of the wealthiest noble families in Russia
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Borscht
For borscht soup, a popular food in St. Petersburg
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Timofey
For Timofey Mozgov, a professional basketball player born in St. Petersburg
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Ilya
For Ilya Zakharov, a diver born in St. Petersburg who won the 2012 gold medal in the 3 meter springboard
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Konstantin
For Konstantin Khabensky, an actor that was born and raised in St. Petersburg
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Ivan
For Ivan Andreevich Urgant, a Russian television host, presenter, actor, musician and producer
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Boris
For Boris Palatnik, a professional sculptor and creator of walking sticks; born in St. Petersburg
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Sergei
For Sergei Krikalev, a cosmonaut born in St. Petersburg
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Peter
For St. Petersburg
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Anatoli
For Anatoli Bogdanov, a professional footballer from St. Petersburg
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Miron
For Miron Fyodorov, a rapper born in St. Petersburg
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Sergey
For Sergey Fesikov, a swimmer born in St. Petersburg
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Mars
For the Field of Mars Architectural Park in St. Petersburg
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Isaac
For St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the largest orthodox basilica in the world.

Female St. Petersburg Dog Names

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Vasilievsky
For Vasilievsky Island
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Petrogradskaya
A historic island and popular neighborhood of St. Petersburg
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Shchi
A traditional Russian soup
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Catherine
For Catherine Garden in St. Petersburg
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Lakhta
For Lake Lakhta, a lake in St. Petersburg
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Holland
For New Holland, an up and coming neighborhood in St. Petersburg
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Mariinsky
For the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg
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Moskovskaya
A neighborhood and area of St. Petersburg
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Kolomna
For the Kolomna District of St. Petersburg
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Neva
For the Neva River, the main river of St. Petersburg
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Moyka
For the Moyka River, a narrow river that circles the main central island of St. Petersburg
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Fontanka
For the Fontanka River in St. Petersburg
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Karpovka
For the Karpovka River, a narrow river that bisects the Petrograd Side
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Smolenka
For the Smolenka River, a short river that is the “internal” waterway of Vasilievsky Island
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Zimnyaya
For the Zimnyaya Kanavka, a short romantic canal that flows into the Neva River
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Chernaya
For the Chernaya Rechka, or Black River, a small river in the northern part of St. Petersburg
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Okhta
For the Okhta River, St. Petersburg’s second river
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Pirozhki
Small buns with a variety of fillings that are popular in Russia
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Dubki
For Dubki Park in St. Petersburg
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Laskovy
For Laskovy Beach in St. Petersburg
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Ladoga
For Lake Ladoga
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Astoria
For the Hotel Astoria, a five-star hotel in St. Petersburg
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Kunstkamera
For the Kunstkamera, Russia’s first museum, located in St. Petersburg
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Olivier
For olivier salad, often made by families on New Year’s Eve
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Pelmeni
Russian dumplings
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Baltika
The headquarters for Baltika Brewery is located in St. Petersburg
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Solyanka
A soup that includes pickles that is popular in Russia
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Galina
For Galina Ulanova, a famous ballet dancer from St. Petersburg
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Voronya
For Voronya Mountain in St. Petersburg
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Aurora
For the Russian cruiser Aurora, which is permanently moored in St. Petersburg

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