White Dog Names in Pop Culture
Bolt is the name of the computer animated canine star - a small white dog named Bolt. Bolt is adopted by a seven year old girl named Penny, and the whole story revolves around Bolt's life on the set of a television series with the dog believing everything is real, and that he has superpowers. When Penny is believed to be captured Bolt sets out to try and find her and save her. After falling on his head to escape, Bolt realises that his super powers are not working, but puts it down to the styrofoam that he fell into. He meets a tough street cat named Mittens, who helps him throughout his journey. She soon realises that Bolt doesn't have super powers and was a star of a television show, and tries to tell him that he never ever had the powers, but Bolt doesn't believe her. We won't tell too much more than to say this movie is a wonderful funny movie worth watching. Bolt is a cool name for a white dog - it could mean a bolt of white lightening perhaps? But the hamster they meet has the best name ever, Rhino. Imagine calling a hamster Rhino - that is so funny and really does sound unique. Rhino would be a great name for a dog as well, either a large tank of a dog, or funny for a tiny Chihauhau.
There are many other dogs in real movies or animated movies that can provide inspiration for your dog's name. There is the talking white Retriever named Brian on the television series Family Guy, who seemed to have more sense than the whole family put together. Then there is Snoopy, the white Beagle of Charlie Brown in the cartoon and comic book series called Peanuts. A neat dog, Snoopy is a perfect name for a white pooch. Alaskan Husky dog names can be inspiring with names such as Sesi (snow), Nanuk (Polar Bear) or my favourite, Miska (little bear). White dogs are striking in appearance and are gorgeous dogs, so choose a name that will honor them and one that you can both live with in harmony.