The Royal Tenenbaums Dog Names

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Does your movie collection include The Darjeeling Limited, Rushmore, and The Life Aquatic? Do you consider yourself a total Wes Anderson snob? If so, buckle up as we tackle what is arguably his most famous film - The Royal Tenenbaums.

With the ultimate star-studded cast and set designs that are completely drool-worthy, it's not hard to see why this film is on so many people's "Top Ten" lists. What better way to honor such a masterpiece than by naming your next furry family member after an inspiration of the cult classic? Join us as we break down our absolute favorite canine names derived from the comical drama.

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When naming any doggo, there is no reason to be hasty about making your choice. Whatever title you settle on will become your new family member's persona - so take your time and get to know the little furball! If your goal is to draw a name from The Royal Tenenbaums, rest assured that you have a ton of options to choose from. 

One of the great things about Wes Anderson's films is that he is not scared of having a complex cast filled with pivotal characters. The plot is like an intricate tapestry made with pop-art colors and it weaves together to create something unexpected. When looking at this movie, in particular, you'll be met with a chic, New York vibe that will be sure to make your woofer the hippest pup on the block.

Because Wes takes so much time delving into the psyche of each character in the film, you'll be better able to discover who your canine compadre is the closest to in personality. Or, you can embrace the visuals and rely heavily on the comically enhanced portrayals to settle on the perfect moniker for your mutt. 

One thing is for sure, whichever name you choose, anyone who loves this movie will be sure to smile when they hear you call your fur-baby.

Male The Royal Tenenbaums Dog Names

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Royal
After Royal Tenenbaum, the absentee patriarch of which the film is named after
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Richie
After Richie Tenenbaum, the second Tenenbaum child and former tennis star
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Chas
After Chas Buckley, the oldest Tenenbaum child
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Ari
One of Chas' sons
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Uzi
The younger of Chas' sons
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Wes
After Wes Anderson, the producer, director and co-writer of the film
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Raleigh
After Raleigh St. Clair, Margot's estranged husband
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Eli
After Eli Cash, Richie's best friend and Margot's love interest
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Dudley
After Dudley Heisenberg, a patient of Raliegh's
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Dusty
Royal's friend who helps him fool his family
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Henry
After Henry Sherman, Etheline's suitor
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Sherman
Taken from Henry's last name
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Buckley
After the Tenenbaum's beloved Beagle
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Sparkplug
The name of the Dalmatian the family adopts after Buckley's passing
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Ben
After Ben Stiller, the actor who plays Chas
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Luke
After Luke Wilson, the actor who plays Richie
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Owen
After Owen Wilson, who plays Eli Cash (and who co-wrote the film)
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Wilson
After the three Wilson brothers, who star in this and many other of Wes' films
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Cash
After Eli Cash, the film's main antagonist
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Bill
After Bill Murray, who plays Raleigh
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Murray
After Bill Murray, who stars in this and many other of Anderson's films
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Danny
After actor Danny Glover, who plays Henry
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Kumar
After Kumar Pallana, who plays Pagoda in the film
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Peter
After Peter Bradley, the interviewer that questions Eli
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Anders
After Wes Anderson, the main creator of the film
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Barry
After Barry Mendel, a producer of the film
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Rudd
After Rudd Simmons, the film's executive producer
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Mordecai
After Richie's falcon
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Jude
After Hey Jude, a Beatles song that was used in the film
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Scratch
After Lee "Scratch" Perry, whose song Police and Thieves is used in the film

Female The Royal Tenenbaums Dog Names

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Margot
After Margot Tenenbaum, the family's adopted daughter
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Ethel
After Ethel Tenenbaum, the family's matriarch
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Helen
Margot Tenebaum's middle name
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Pagoda
The family's servant
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Rachael
After Rachael Tenenbaum, Chas' deceased wife
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Gwen
After Gwyneth Paltrow, the actress that plays Margot
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Anjelica
After Anjelica Huston, the actress that plays Etheline
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Clair
After Raleigh St. Clair, Margot's husband
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Irina
After Irina Gorovaia, the actress that plays young Margot
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Jenny
After Jennifer Wachtell, the actress that plays Chas' wife
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Mary
After Mary Wigmore, the actress that plays Chas' secretary
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Gita
After Gita Gabriel, an actress that worked in the film
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Sheelagh
After Sheelagh Tellerday, the actress that plays Eli's aunt
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Saidah
After actress Saidah Arrika Ekulona, who plays a nurse in the film
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Tatiana
After actress Tatiana Abbey, who plays a Parisian girl in the film
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Jean
A variant of Gene, after actor Gene Hackman
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Karen
After Karen Patch, the film's costume designer
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Judy
After Judy Chin, a makeup artist that worked on the film
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Francie
After Francie Fillatti, a hairstylist that worked on the film
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Dalia
After Dalia Burde, the film's art department assistant
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Velvet
After The Velvet Underground, whose songs are featured in the film
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Nico
After Nico, a singer and model who was famously tied to Andy Warhol, whose songs are in the film
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Vivaldi
After famous composer Antonio Vivaldi, whose music is used in the film
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Naomi
After Naomi Donne, the film's makeup designer
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Kate
After Kate Biscoe, the film's main makeup artist
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Carolyn
After Carolyn Cartwright, the film's set director
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Sylvia
After Sylvia Menno, the film's dialogue editor
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Jana
After Jana Spotts, the film's visual effect's coordinator
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Ruby
After Ruby Tuesday, the song by The Rolling Stones that is used in the film
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Ann
After Ann Burroughs, Wes' mother, whom he used as inspiration for the film

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