White Collar Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

When it comes to the perfect mixture of crime, comedy, and drama, White Collar easily ranks near the top of the list. It has a fantastic cast of actors, great writing, cliff-hangers, and best of all, a full roster of idiosyncratic characters and names to match. While the show may be over, it can most certainly live on for anyone diehard enough to give their dog a White Collar-themed name. Of course, you can always celebrate it by getting your dog an actual white collar for their tags, but if you want to go all the way, make sure that tag has a Mozzie-approved name to go with it as well, even if it is just an alias.

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White Collar Inspired Dog Name Considerations

When trying to come up with an appropriate White Collar-themed name for your dog, try to keep in mind their most obvious and stand-out traits, such as their personality and their habits/quirks, as these will be the easiest links between the characters from the show and your canine character. 

For instance, if your dog tends to be supremely charismatic to the point where everyone seems to fall in love with them, then Caffrey would be a great fit. If they are endlessly skeptical and always staying on their toes, then maybe Burke would be more appropriate. If they are a bit goofy and socially awkward, then Mozzie, Teddy or Winters would all be solid choices. For dogs who always seem to get into trouble but never seem to get caught, then Walker, Gordon, and Taylor would all be good picks considering that both characters in the show never get caught (which, even on the show, is a rare occurrence). 

Whatever path you choose to go down, try making a small list of your favorite characters or those who seem to share some commonalities with your dog. The best part is, if your dog happens to be a thief in any capacity, you should have no shortage of options when it comes to characters from the show!

Male White Collar Inspired Dog Names

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Neal
After Neal Caffrey, one of the show's two main protagonists
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Caffrey
After Neal Caffrey, the white collar criminal who has a hard time shaking his past
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Turner
After Rachel Turner, AKA Rebecca Lowe, another love interest of Neal's
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Teddy
Mozzie's real first name, Theodore
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Hunter
After Alex Hunter, con artist, thief, and one of Neal's love interests
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Bennett
After James Bennett, Neal's father, former police officer
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Vincent
After Vincent Adler, the man pulling the strings behind Kate's disappearance
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Ellington
After June Ellington, the elderly woman who meets Neal in the thrift shop and offers him housing
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Terrence
After Terrence Pratt, the US Senator
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Pratt
After US Senator Terrence Pratt, who has significant ties to James Bennett's past
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Kramer
After Agent Phillip Kramer, Peter Burke's mentor
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Clinton
After FBI agent Clinton Jones, who works with Peter in the white collar crime division
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Jones
After Clinton Jones, the clever right-hand man of Peter Burke
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Woodford
After Alan Woodford, the suspected leader of the Pink Panthers
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LaRoque
After criminal Raquel LaRoque, who Neal is attracted to despite the circumstances
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Gordon
After Gordon Taylor, world-class thief
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Kincade
After art thief Abagail Kincade, who blackmails Neal into helping her steal priceless artwork
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Thompson
Director of the US Marshalls
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Zev
After Zev Demetrius, the thief who steals others' heists
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Fiametta
After Maria Fiametta, author and history teacher at Brooklyn State, suspected insider
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Chase
After Penny Chase, who, with her boyfriend, disrupts Neal and Sara's plans
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Delman
After Delman Wills, half-owner of The Cotton Club
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Garrett
After Garrett Fowler, the complex FBI agent
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Fowler
After FBI Agent Garrett Fowler, who distrusts Neal and works in Internal Affairs
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Hughes
After Assistant Special Agent Reese Hughes, Peter and Neal's superior
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Collins
After Kyle Collins, Office of International Affairs
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Eastin
After creator and writer Jeff Eastin
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Romero
After co-creator Travis Romero
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Garson
After Willie Garson, who plays Mozzie
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Dutchman
After the Dutchman, a notorious criminal
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Hagen
After Curtis Hagen, AKA the Dutchman

Female White Collar Inspired Dog Names

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Moreau
After Kate Moreau, Neal's girlfriend who disappears, leaving a mysterious trail
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Ellis
After Sara Ellis, one of Neal's love interests and insurance investigator
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Mozzie
Neal's best friend and confidant
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Winters
Mozzie's real last name, comes out during an investigation mid-way through the series
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Alexandra
After Alexandra Hunter, professional thief
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Burke
After Peter Burke, the FBI agent who captures Neal numerous times
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Keller
After con man Matthew Keller, one of the show's most frequent antagonists
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Adler
After Vincent Adler, the man who made Neal who he is
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Berrigan
After the super smart FBI Special Agent Diana Berrigan
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June
After June Ellington, the wife of a former conman who takes Neal in
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Satchmo
Peter and Elizabeth's yellow Lab
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Cruz
After Lauren Cruz, the FBI agent from Organized Crime who transfers to White Collar to help Peter and Neal
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Julian
After Julian Larssen, Vincent Adler's right hand man
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Larssen
After criminal mastermind Julian Larssen, an adversary of Neal's
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Raquel
After Raquel LaRoque, a criminal fence Neal is supposed to get close to
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Taylor
After Gordon Taylor, one of few thieves who never gets caught
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Abagail
After Abagail Kincade, an art thief
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Bellmiere
After JB Bellmiere, the avant-garde artist
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Osbourne
After Nate Osbourne, an ex-con and the Clyde half of a dynamic criminal duo
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Boothe
After Jim Boothe, the thief for hire
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Walker
After Edward Walker, AKA The Architect, who leaves no trace at bank robberies
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Tempest
The woman who helps Mozzie escape Stringer
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Stringer
Criminal enterprise member
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Penny
After Penny Chase, the "Bonnie" half of the dynamic criminal duo with Nate Osbourne
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Reese
After Reese Hughes, Assistant Special Agent in White Collar Division
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Bugsy
June's pet Pug
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Siegel
After Special Agent David Siegel, Neal's handler for a short time
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Bomer
After Matt Bomer, who plays Neal Caffrey
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Collar
After the show's title

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