True Blood Dog Names

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Introduction

If you’re a fan of vampire fiction, folklore or just the entertaining aftermath that spawned from the cult following that spread worldwide in recent years, it’s hard to do much better than True Blood. Although it didn’t always stay true to the popular book series it’s based on, The Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris, it’s hard to argue that the series wasn’t full of compelling storylines and interesting characters. Largely because of Harris’ genius, fans all over the earth are now familiar with names that are synonymous with vampirism, and better yet for our purposes, provide a killer roster of iconic titles that are perfect for dog naming.

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True Blood Dog Name Considerations

When attempting to come up with the right True Blood inspired name for your dog, we suggest first assembling a list of your dog’s most prominent traits, whether it’s their looks, quirks or elements of their personality, as this will be the easiest point of reference to work from when comparing them to our list of characters and their respective descriptions.

For instance, if you have a dog that is kind-hearted and open to strangers or tough and self-assured, then the name Sookie would be a great fit. If they are a bit flamboyant in either their looks or overall personality, then the names Lafayette and Reynolds would both be good choices. If they are generally well-mannered or restrained but powerful, then the names Northman and Godric would certainly be suitable. For a dog that is sweet up front but tends to make lots of messes when no one is looking, then the names Eggs, Benedict and Talley would all be perfect fits. 

There are plenty of ways you can go from simply naming them after a favorite character to tying them to minute details tucked away in the backstory, so keep your mind open and when you see an opportunity, bite down on it.

Male True Blood Dog Names

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Compton
Bill Compton, Sookie's connection to the world of vampires
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Stackhouse
The steakhouse family, notably Sookie, her brother Jason and grandmother
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Thorton
After Tara Thornton, Sookie's independent and feisty best friend
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Reynolds
After Lafayette Reynolds, one of the most colorful and interesting characters in the series
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Northman
Eric Northman, the powerful and often fan-favorite vampire
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Fowler
After Arlene Fowler, who apparently has the worst luck with men
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Beaufort
After Pam Swynford De Beaufort, the sassy and somewhat lazy member of Eric's crew
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Alcide
Alcide Herveaux, one of few good werewolves
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Hoyt
After Hoyt Fortenbury, Jason's good-hearted best friend
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Fortenbury
Hoyt Fortenbury, who falls in love with Jessica
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Norris
After Crystal Norris, the werepanther Jason falls for
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Jackson
After Jackson Herveaux, Alcide's father and former pack leader
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Niall
After Niall Brigant, the faerie grandfather of Sookie and Jason
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Brigant
After Niall Brigant, a powerful supernatural character
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Forrester
After Maryann Forrester, a rich maenad who is the antagonist of season 2
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Edgington
After Russell Edgington, the 2800-year-old vampire king of Mississippi
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Newlin
After the Newlins, the leaders of the Fellowship of the Sun
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Mickens
After Tommy Mickens, Sam's shapeshifting younger brother
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Bud
After Bud Dearborne, the sheriff of Renard Parish
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Burley
After Amy Burley, Jason's bohemian girlfriend
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Roman
Roman Zimojic, the Guardian of the Authority
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Liam
One of Bill's troublemaking vampire acquaintances
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Godric
The 2,100-year-old tattooed teenage vampire overseer
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Magister
The vampire judge who presides over all North American vampires
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Leclerq
After Sophie-Anne Leclerq, the crooked queen
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Talbot
Russell Edgington's consort
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Bon Temps
The setting of much of the series
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Macklyn
After Macklyn Warlow, the main vampire antagonist of season 6
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Warlow
Macklyn Warlow, a mysterious mixture of supernatural powers
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Benedict
After "Eggs" Benedict Talley, who is often manipulated by Maryann

Female True Blood Dog Names

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Sookie
After Sookie Stackhouse, the protagonist of the series
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Sam
Sam Merlotte, the owner of the restaurant the series largely revolves around early on
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Merlotte
After Sam Merlotte, who often tries to be Sookie's protector
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Lafayette
After Lafayette Reynolds, Tara's cousin and short order cook
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Bellefluer
After Andy Bellefluer, the somewhat incompetent police detective
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Arlene
After Arlene Fowler, the good-hearted but troubled Merlotte's waitress
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Hamby
Jessica Hamby, a young vampire "made" by Bill
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Pam
After Pam Swynford De Beaufort, Eric's assistant at Fangtasia
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Herveaux
After Alcide Herveaux, the werewolf who helps Sookie
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Willa
After Willa Burrell, the second progeny of Eric
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Burrell
After Willa Burrell, daughter of former governor Truman Burrell
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Violet
Violet Mazurski, the vampire who saves and claims Jason
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Lettie
Tara's crazy mother
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Ginger
One of Fangtasia's last human workers
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Cleary
After Holly Cleary, the witch hired by Sam Merlotte
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Rikki
After Rikki Naylor, a female werewolf who causes significant trouble
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Adilyn
After Adilyn Bellefluer, Andy's half-faerie daughter
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Lenier
After Rene Lenier, one of the series' first antagonists
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Marnie
After Marnie Stonebrook, the leader of the Wiccan coven in season 4
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Salome
After Salome Agrippa, a "Chancellor of Authority"
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Luna
After Luna Garza, the shapeshifter Sam falls for
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Nora
Nora Gainesborough, a technical sibling of Godric since he made both
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Nan
Nan Flanagan, the American Vampire League's spokesperson
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Eggs
After "Eggs" Benedict Talley, a love interest of Tara's
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Isabel
After Isabel Beaumont, one of Godric's lieutenants
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Sophie
Sophie-Anne Leclerq, the 500-year-old Vampire Queen of Louisiana
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Coot
The crazy and troublesome werewolf leader
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Ruby
After Lafayette's mother, Ruby Jean
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Lorena
Bill's maker
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Talley
"Eggs" Benedict Talley, whose bad past make him the perfect target for Maryann

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