Vancouver Dog Names

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Introduction

A coastal seaport city, Vancouver is located in western Canada in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia. The city is located on the Burrard Peninsula, lying between the Burrard Inlet to the north and the Fraser River to the south. Vancouver is the most populated city in the province, with around 631,000 residents (the greater Vancouver area has around 2,463,000 residents). One of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada, around 52% of those who live there have a first language that is not English. Vancouver’s largest industry is forestry, though it is also one of the largest film production centers in North America.

A city with a lot to offer, you can find a myriad of name possibilities for your pup, one of which may be just what you are looking for.

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Vancouver Dog Name Considerations

Can’t decide on what to call your pup? You are certainly not the only one. It is understandable that people struggle to decide on just what to name their canine companion; after all, you will be calling your dog by the name that you choose for years to come. It is key that you feel good about your choice.

If the right name has not come to you, you will have to go and find it. One way to do so is to think about a place that has meaning to you. Once you have the place in mind, you can take some time to explore it virtually. Take Vancouver, for example. The Canadian city is located in the western part of the country and its metropolitan area is home to more than two million residents. While exploring the city, take a look at its neighborhoods, natural areas, well-known people and more. It is likely that you will encounter numerous name opportunities for you to consider for your new pal.

An added bonus with a name from Vancouver is that you will receive regular reminders of a place that has meaning to you, each time you call for your dog.

Male Vancouver Dog Names

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Yale
For Yaletown, a neighborhood in downtown Vancouver
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Davie
For Davie Village, a neighborhood that is home to Vancouver’s gay subculture
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Cole
For Cole Harbour, a former port area in Vancouver
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Arbutus
For Arbutus Ridge, a residential neighborhood in the west side of Vancouver
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Dunbar
For Dunbar-Southlands, a westside neighborhood that includes residential and commercial areas
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Granville
For Granville Island, a peninsula and shopping district in Vancouver
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Oak
For Oakridge, a Vancouver neighborhood that is a multicultural commercial and residential area
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Shaughnessy
A neighborhood in Vancouver where 50% of the residents speak Chinese as their first language
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Fraser
For the Fraser River, which flows through Vancouver and empties into the Strait of Georgia
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Renfrew
For Renfrew-Collingwood, a multicultural neighborhood in Vancouver
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Rice
For Rice Lake, located on the edge of the Lynn Headwaters Regional Park in North Vancouver
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Buntzen
For Buntzen Lake, located in the Greater Vancouver area
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Burnaby
For Burnaby Lake, located in an eastern suburb of Vancouver
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Trout
For Trout Lake, located in John Hendry Park in Vancouver
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Cultus
For Cultus Lake, located 50 miles east of Vancouver
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Jim
For Jim Deva, a LGBTQ activist
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Rolley
For Rolley Lake
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Canuck
For the Vancouver Canucks professional hockey team
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Grouse
For Grouse Mountain in northern Vancouver
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Edison
For Edison Chen, an actor from Vancouver
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Ryan
For Ryan Reynolds, an actor from Vancouver
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Nardwuar
A television personality and musician from Vancouver
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Terry
For the late Terry Fox, a humanitarian and athlete from Vancouver
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Stanley
For Stanley Park, which borders the downtown area of Vancouver
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Kitsilano
For Kitsilano Beach, one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver
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Capilano
For Capilano Suspension Bridge
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Burrard
For the Burrard Peninsula
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Jericho
For Jericho Beach in Vancouver
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Locarno
For Locarno Beach in Vancouver
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Thierry
For Thierry Café, a well-known restaurant in Vancouver

Female Vancouver Dog Names

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Cambie
For South Cambie, one of the smallest neighborhoods in Vancouver
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Kerris
For Kerrisdale, a neighborhood in the westside of Vancouver
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Killarney
A neighborhood in east Vancouver
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Elizabeth
For Queen Elizabeth Park, a 130-acre park in Vancouver
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Kensington
A neighborhood in east Vancouver, considered one of the area’s most ethnically diverse
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Riley
For Riley Park, where the city's antique shops are located
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Strathcona
Vancouver’s oldest residential neighborhood
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Victoria
For Victoria-Fraserview, a neighborhood in the western part of Vancouver
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Belcarra
For Belcarra Regional Park
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Sasa
For Sasamat Lake in Vancouver, located in Belcarra Regional Park
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Alice
For Alice Lake, located on the north end of Vancouver Island
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Alta
For Alta Lake, located in Whistler, north of Vancouver
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Emmanuelle
For Emmanuelle Vaugier, an actress and model from Vancouver
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Kristin
For Kristin Kreuk, an actress from Vancouver
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Coco
For Coco Rocha, a model from Vancouver
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Harsha
For Harsha Walia, a journalist and activist from Vancouver
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Jillian
For Jillian Christmas, a spoken word artist from Vancouver
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Cicely
For Cicely-Belle Blain, a community organizer and writer from Vancover
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Madeleine
For Madeleine Thien, a short story writer and novelist from Vancouver
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Carrie
For Carrie-Anne Moss, an actress from Vancouver
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Georgia
For the Strait of Georgia
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Whistler
A resort community north of Vancouver
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Ashleigh
For Ashleigh McIvor, a freestyle skier born in Vancouver
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Lynn
For the Lynn Headwaters Regional Park in northern Vancouver
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Evelyn
For Evelyn Lau, a poet born in Vancouver
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Morgane
For Morgane Oger, the first transgender woman to run for public office
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Karen
For Karen Diane Magnussen, a former competitive figure skater born in Vancouver
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Heather
For Heather Spears, a poet, novelist, sculptor and educator who was born in Vancouver
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Jane
For Jane Munro, a poet who grew up in Vancouver
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Mercedes
For Mercedes McNab, an actress and model born in Vancouver

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