Tool Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Is it tool time? Sure is! We use tools all over the place: building houses, cultivating gardens, and working on automobiles. They assist us with problems, and they make our lives easier. Instead of doing something the hard way, we’re saved by those handy, dandy tools. Are you sniffing out any parallels yet? Of course, our dogs do the same for us. They cheer us up when we have problems; they save us, and they make our lives bearable when things go so wrong. They assist and are eager to please. If you’re a person who prizes your tools and treasures your pup, why not allow the two beloved worlds to collide and give your new addition a tool inspired name?

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Tool Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Some of us love the sounds of hammers driving nails into boards, saws munching through hardwood, rakes sliding over leaves, and wrenches tightening those nuts and bolts. It’s the sound of work, and it’s frankly music to our ears! If your furry friend likes to hang around while you lift the car’s hood, plug in the table saw, or make your way into the rows of crops, they’re familiar with tools. And so many of the tools we use can actually make really cool dog names if you think about it. We guarantee that a tool inspired name will certainly be unique.

If your dog is playful and at times rough, you might name them “Hammer,” “Sledge,” “Drill,” “Grinder,” “Edgy,” or “Spark.” If you’re a gardener and your four-legged companion enjoys working alongside you and even digging with you, you could stick with a title like “Plow,” “Rake,” “Sheary,” or “Pruner.” Imagine “Belta” after your trusty tool belt or “Gunner” for that staple gun you couldn’t live without! All you have to do is set out on a project; pay attention to the tools you use. More than likely you’ll land on the perfect tag for your new fluffy family member.

Male Tool Inspired Dog Names

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Hammer
Maybe the most famous tool of all
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Mattock
The pickax of garden tools
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Saw
A toothy tool used for cutting wood
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Taper
Your measuring tape is a must-have
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Sledge
The sledge hammer is great for demo
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Plow
Large farming tool used to cut and turn the soil
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Miter
After the miter saw
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Phillips
After the Phillips-Head Screwdriver
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Trowel
For the small, handheld gardening tool
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Grip
After mole or vise-grips
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Bolt
Screws into a nut for tightness
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Plier
Pincers that grip and bend
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Pincer
A tool like scissors used for gripping and pulling
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Drill
A power tool that rotates and cuts
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Ratchet
You need a ratchet to tighten nuts and bolts
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Gunner
After your handy staple gun
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Rake
After the classic fall time tool
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Square
A tool that maybe should be called a triangle; makes perfect right angles
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Plane
A hand plane shapes wood
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Clamp
This is a fastening device
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Detector
For the automobile tool
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Horse
Saw horses are great for a number of construction tasks
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Bench
A work bench is often necessary
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Vac
For the shop vac
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Grinder
A power tool with an abrasive wheel
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Sabre
Another name for the reciprocating saw
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Sander
A power tool that smooths surfaces
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Gauge
Accurately measures small linear distances
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Router
A power tool that hollows out wood or even plastic
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Jointer
Produces flat surfaces along a board's length

Female Tool Inspired Dog Names

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Nailia
Inspired by the all-important nail
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Jig
Short for jigsaw
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Penny
After the penny nail
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Clipper
A tool used for clipping heavy duty wire
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Sheary
Pruning shears are a rose gardener's best friend
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Nibbler
These tools cut sheet metal
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Bit
For the drill bits
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Level
A tool used to keep all pieces of a project level
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Caliper
Measures thickness and distances
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Radial
A tool that measures a circle's radius
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Pressy
A press tool is used to create sheet metal
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Belta
Reflective of your tool belt
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Chisel
Tool used in cutting and carving wood and even stone
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Pruner
Pruning shears are needed in a flower garden
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Bevel
A tool used for drawing and adjusting angles
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Dutchess
After the Dutch hoe
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Lopper
Scissors used for pruning twigs and small branches
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Edgy
An edge trimmer or lawn edger is used to make your yard look amazing
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Needle
Used in making pottery
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Nut
A type of fastener
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Spark
For spark plugs
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Torque
After the torque wrench
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Magnet
A tool used for holding things in place and collecting nails
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Washer
A flat thin ring used in joint assembly
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Fastner
Hardware used for joining
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Socket
After the socket wrench
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Scriber
A metalworking tool
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Circuit
For the circuit tester
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Scissors
Two blades used for cutting a multitude of materials
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Spade
Used for digging

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