Top 10 Dog Names in Los Angeles, CA

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Los Angeles is one of the largest cities in the country, known for its intriguing downtown area, thriving web of neighborhoods and access to many outdoor areas. This urban center has plenty to do outside despite being a muttropolis. The city itself has been around since 1781, and is known today for many famous landmarks, such as the Santa Monica Pier and the movie capitol of Hollywood. 

While L.A. is a popular city for people, it's also a puptastic city for dog too. Los Angeles makes the top 20 for most dog-friendly cities in the country, and spends the most annually on their pets. Coupled with the fact that this city has a walking score of 95, it's no wonder more people are adding dogs to their families, whether they live in a house or apartment. There is plenty to do in the city, with multiple dog parks, trails, restaurants, and even dog-friendly hotels.

Due to the large dog population in the town where dreams are made, there's certainly a lot of dog names both familiar and bizarre around these streets. Here are the top names you are most likely to hear at the dog park, or pup salon in the fabulous city of Los Angeles!

#1 Max

The name Max is an older male name, short for Maximillion and means "greatest" or "great spring". Show your pawsome pup a great time at The Dog Cafe in Los Angeles.

#2 Bella

Bella is derived from Italian and means "beautiful." Let your pup show off their beauty at one of Los Angeles' many dog parks.

#3 Luna

Luna is a pretty female name that means "the moon," and often refers to Artemis the moon goddess. The canine goddess in your life is sure to suit this name.
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#4 Coco

Coco is a Spanish name given to males and females that means "help." Whether you need to get up or just need a friend, your pup will always be there to help you make the best of your day in the city.

#5 Charlie

Charlie is a popular Old English male name meaning "free" or "to be free". Luckily for you and your pup, there are multiple off-leash dog parks for your pup to run free.

#6 Daisy

Daisy is a female name that means "day's eye". Your delicate flower will love getting out and about during the day, so be sure to take them to Rosie's Dog Beach to get plenty of sun!

#7 Lucy

Lucy derives from French and English origins and means light, shiny, or born at dawn or daylight. No doubt pups with this name are early risers and may just love early morning walks.

#8 Rocky

Rocky is an abnormal name that is usually given to tough pups, or movie fans. Whether or not your pup is a bruiser, he is sure to delight hearing this name.

#9 Jack

Originally a nickname for John and James, Jack has become a pawpular given name in its own right. Your pooch would be proud to carry this short and simple moniker as you check out all the best dog spots in LA!

#10 Buddy

Buddy is an English dog name whose meaning is pretty obvious: "Friend." Be sure to treat your doggo like such and take them out for plenty of walks in this bustling city.