Top 10 Paw Patrol Dog Names

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If you’re preparing to bring home a new puppy, every member of the family will want to help choose the “pawfect” name for your new fur-baby. And if your kids are obsessed with the Nick Jr. series PAW Patrol, there’s a good chance they’ll want to name your pup after their favorite animated TV character.

But don’t worry. If you’re not up-to-date with the cartoon canines your kids love the most, we’ve put together a guide to the names of PAW Patrol characters below. Who knows? One of them might be just right for your new furry family member!

#1. Chase

The leader of the pack, Chase is a German Shepherd who’s never afraid to take charge of a dangerous situation. He’s a brave and athletic police/traffic dog, not to mention one of the most loyal pups you’ll ever meet. If there’s a problem that needs solving, Chase is on the case!

#2. Skye

Look, up in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope. It’s Skye, the courageous Cockapoo who always takes PAW Patrol rescues to new heights. When she’s not soaring through the sky in her helicopter or using the wings in her pup-pack, this playful and energetic pooch loves dressing up and playing Pup Pup Boogie, her favorite video game.

#3. Rocky

Is your new fur-baby a mixed-breed pup? If so, maybe you’d like to name them after Rocky, the smart and resourceful mutt with a passion for recycling. Rocky is kind of like the MacGyver of the PAW Patrol team, so this clever canine is a great dog to have around in a crisis. He’s also afraid of water — a trait that many bath-hating pups will appreciate.
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#4. Rubble

While he may be a little rough around the edges, Rubble is really a big softie. This rugged and reliable English Bulldog may be a whiz at construction, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t in touch with his sensitive side. Whether he’s cruising around on his skateboard or getting all mushy about some cute little kittens, this beautiful Bulldog is very easy to love.

#5. Zuma

If your precious pup is a water baby, why not name them after Zuma? Whether he’s scuba diving on a rescue mission or heading out for a surf, this charming chocolate Lab absolutely loves the water. And while he does have a competitive side, it never gets in the way of fun or friendship.

#6. Tracker

A small dog with a big personality, Tracker is one of the newer members of the PAW Patrol team. This bilingual Chihuahua can speak both English and Spanish, while his super-strong sense of hearing is an invaluable tool on rescue missions. And although he’s sometimes scared, he’s never been one to back down from a challenge.

#7. Everest

A fun-loving female who feels right at home in the snow, Everest made her first PAW Patrol appearance in season 2. This adorable Husky is kind, affectionate, and always up for a game. She’s also eager to lend a helping paw whenever she can, showing fearless resolve in the face of danger.

#8. Marshall

Part fire dog, part medic, and all-round hero, Marshall is a Dalmatian with a difference. This playful pup may be clumsy and a little overenthusiastic at times, but he’s also as brave and as loyal as they come. Besides, when you consider just how friendly and outgoing this gorgeous pooch is, it’s easy to see why he’s one of the most lovable members of the team.

#9. Ryder

Of course, there’s no guarantee that your PAW Patrol-loving child will want to name your pup after a four-legged character. Maybe they’ll be inspired by Ryder, the 10-year-old kid in charge of this heroic canine crew. He’s smart, a real go-getter, and boasts tenacious determination — all of which are qualities any pet parent would love to see in their pup.

#10. Mayor Humdinger

Finally, who could forget mustachioed Mayor Humdinger, the show’s main bad guy? The mayor of Foggy Bottom may be the nemesis of the plucky PAW Patrol pups, but despite all his sneaky plans and nefarious deeds he never seems to come out on top. The one thing he does have in his favor is a name that’ll turn a few heads when you’re yelling it out in a crowded dog park!