The Powerpuff Girls Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

For fans of late 90s/early 2000s cartoons, few were as funny, pop-relevant and cute as The Powerpuff Girls and the show has two Primetime and two Annie Awards to prove it. Straight from the creative mind of Craig McCracken, also known for hits like Dexter’s Laboratory and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, The Powerpuff Girls reinvented the classic superhero model and with it, also brought plenty of ridiculous and hilarious villains. Of course, for our purposes, the best part is they also came with a fantastic roster of names for potential dog namers to choose from that will leave little doubt as to their origins.

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The Powerpuff Girls Inspired Dog Name Considerations

When trying to find an appropriate Powerpuff Girls themed name, we first suggest compiling a list of your dog’s strongest traits, from their looks to their quirks and personality, as this will be the easiest basis to work from. Once you’ve done that, you can scroll down our list or supplemental character lists and see what or whom they share the most in common with. 

For example, if they are cute and sweet but also have a tough side (or can seemingly talk to other animals), then Bubbles would be a perfect fit. For those in a small package but with a lot of attitude, Buttercup would be a good choice. If your dog tends to be a bit reckless, prone to monkeying around or has all white paws, then Mojo or Jojo would be great picks. Big fluffy dogs would be well-suited with Fuzzy or Lumpkins while Ace, Snake or Slim would be appropriate for lanky and skinny dogs.

There are plenty of directions you can go, so don’t hesitate to great creative and experiment with a few different things, everything from their haircuts to their tongue color. After all, without experimentation, none of McCracken, fans or even Professor Utonium would have The Powerpuff Girls!

Male The Powerpuff Girls Inspired Dog Names

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Professor
After Professor Utonium, the creator of the Powerpuff Girls
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Utonium
After Professor Utonium, the mild-mannered scientist
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Mitch
After Mitch Mitchelson, the bully of the Pokey Oaks kindergarten class
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Mojo
After Mojo Jojo, the big-brained evil monkey
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Morbucks
After Princess Morbucks, a stuck-up villain
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Ace
The leader of the Gangreen Gang
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Snake
Ace's right-hand man who's more of a snake in looks and personality than a person at times
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Arturo
After Lil' Arturo, the short-statured member of Gang Green
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Grubber
The imposing Gang Green member who is a barefooted hunchback
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Billy
After Big Billy, Gang Green's muscle man
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Bossman
The fedora-ed leader of the Amoeba Boys
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Junior
The smallest and most repetitive Amoeba Boy with a voice like Curly from the Three Stooges
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Slim
The slow-brained but tallest of the Amoeba Boys
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Rowdy
After the Rowdyruff Boys, the contrasting version of the Powerpuff Girls
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Ruff
After the Rowdyruff Boys, who were created to be evil by Mojo Jojo
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Brick
The red and short-tempered Rowdyruff version of Blossom
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Butch
The green, aggressive Rowdyruff Boy, equivalent to Buttercup
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X
After Chemical X, the secret ingredient that gave the girls their superpowers
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McCracken
After Craig McCracken, the show's creator
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No Neck
After No Neck Joe, a character created by McCracken that helped to develop the Powerpuff Girls
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Tartakovsky
After Genndy Tartakovsky, who was an integral part of producing the series
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Kenny
After Tom Kenny, the long-standing narrator of the show
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Savino
After Chris Savino, who directed, wrote, and produced much of the show
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Dynamo
The state-of-the-art defense system the Professor creates for the Girls
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Suppervillain
The name of Season 2 Episode 2
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Flimflam
The sleazy director for Season 4
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Kaboom
A monkey similar to Mojo Jojo that he creates
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Rocko
The giant evil gorilla from The Powerpuff Girls Movie
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Tango
The evil orangutan from the movie
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Monk
The literal monk from the series

Female The Powerpuff Girls Inspired Dog Names

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Bubbles
The blonde and blue Powerpuff Girl with a supersonic voice
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Buttercup
The black-haired, green-suited tomboy Powerpuff Girl
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Blossom
The orange Powerpuff Girl who can freeze things
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Mayor
After the pickle-loving, dimwitted Mayor of Townsville
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Bellum
After Sara Bellum, the beautiful and competent Mayor's aid
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Keane
After Ms. Keane, the girls' kindergarten teacher
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Jojo
After Mojo Jojo, a reoccurring villain in the show
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Fuzzy
After Fuzzy Lumpkins, the hillbilly alien-bear
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Lumpkins
After Fuzzy Lumpkins, the southern-accented villain who turns people into meat
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Princess
After Princess Morbucks, the spoiled bratty girl the Powerpuffs often run into
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Amoeba
After The Amoeba Boys, a gangster-like group
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Sedusa
The aptly-named manipulator who plays all sides
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Boomer
The loud-mouthed and somewhat vile equivalent to Bubbles
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Sugar
One of three important ingredients used to make the Powerpuff Girls
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Spice
The second of three ingredients Professor Utonium used to make the Girls
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Mary Jane
The style of dress the Girls wear
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Genndy
After Genndy Tartakovsky, who helped direct and develop the series
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Pokey
After Pokey Oaks, the Girls' school
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Oak
After Pokey Oaks, the setting of many episodes
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Bubblevicious
The name of the episode where Bubbles tries to shed her cuteness and get tough
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Cootie
After Season 2 Episode 9, "Cootie Gras" where cooties spread around the school
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Twiggy
Pokey Oaks' kindergarten hamster
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Candy
An addiction the girls have to fight
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Moxie
The villain who drains important information from peoples' brains
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Riddle
How the character "Him" tries to stump the Girls in Season 4 Episode 6
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Gnomey
The manipulative little gnome who both helps and hurts the Girls' cause
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Simian
After Simian Says, an episode in Season 6
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Mizzen
After the episode title Mizzen in Action
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Hota
The supervillain snow monkey, Hota Wata
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Cavadini
After Cathy Cavadini, the voice of Blossom

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