Wisconsin Dog Names

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Introduction

Known as “America’s Dairyland”, Wisconsin is one of the leading producers of dairy in the United States. The state is located in the north-central United States in the Midwest and Great Lakes area. The state has geographic diversity with highlands, lowlands and plains. Wisconsin’s length of Great Lakes coastline is second to that of Michigan’s.

A name inspired by the state of Wisconsin can be a good choice as you seek the perfect name for your new canine buddy. The state offers significant variety, meaning numerous naming opportunities that will offer regular reminders of a place that is special to you. 

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Wisconsin Dog Name Considerations

It is not unusual to have a hard time finding just the right name for your canine pal. After all, you want to find something that fits your dog while also having some meaning to you. As you will be calling the dog’s name many times in your future, the right name for your pooch is important. If the state of Wisconsin or a particular part of it has meaning to you, a Wisconsin inspired name is one to consider. With a name from the state, every time you call to your dog you will be reminded of a place that is important and meaningful to you.

A Wisconsin-inspired name may also be a good fit because your pooch reminds you of a particular dog from the state. Whether it is his appearance, breed, or actions, he may bring to mind a Wisconsin dog. Perhaps your dog shows interest in an activity that is popular in the state, leading to the idea of a Wisconsin-inspired name. For example, he may enjoy snow, which Wisconsin gets plenty of, or jumping in lakes.

No matter the reason, the state of Wisconsin will offer plenty of naming opportunities when consider when searching for the one that best fits your pup.

Male Wisconsin Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
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Randall
For Camp Randall Stadium, the home of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers
1
Badger
Wisconsin is known as the "badger state"
1
Granite
The Wisconsin state rock is red granite
1
Packer
For the Green Bay Packers, an NFL team
1
Copper
For Copper Falls State Park, which is located in northern Wisconsin
1
Brewer
For the Milwaukee Brewers, a major league baseball team
1
Dell
For Wisconsin Dells, a city in south central Wisconsin
1
Buck
For the Milwaukee Bucks, an NBA team
1
Apostle
For Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, a national lakeshore that includes 21 islands
1
Pepin
Lake Pepin, a natural lake in Pepin county Wisconsin
1
Milton
For Milton College, a private college in Wisconsin
1
Delton
For a resort and spa in the Wisconsin Dells
1
Mitchell
For the Mitchell Gallery of Flight, an aviation museum in Milwaukee
1
Sturgeon
For Sturgeon Park, located on the Wolf River in Wisconsin
1
Wally
For the Wally Keller Tool Museum & Duluth Trading Store
1
Orson
Orson Wells, the film director, actor, writer and producer was born in Wisconsin
1
Palumbo
For the Palumbo Civil War Museum, located in Kenosha
1
Alexander
For Alexander House, a museum of local history and art in central Wisconsin
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Pine
For Pine River, a small town in Wisconsin
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Norbert
For St. Norbert College, a Catholic liberal arts college in De Pere, Wisconsin
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Winnebago
Lake Winnebago is the largest lake in Wisconsin, located in the east central part of the state
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Rock
For Rock Lake, located in south central Wisconsin
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Pabst
For the Pabst Theater which is the fourth oldest continually operating theater in the US
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Amnicon
For Amnicon Falls State Park, a state park located in the northwest part of Wisconsin
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Fred
For Fred Smith’s Wisconsin Concrete Park, an outdoor museum with concrete and mixed media sculptures
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Henry
For the Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison
-1
Brett
For Brett Favre, a longtime quarterback of the Green Bay Packers
-1
Ryan
Ryan Braun, one of the best players on the Milwaukee Brewers
-1
Gene
Gene Wilder, actor, comedian, director, screenwriter and author was born in Wisconsin
-1
Oshkosh
A Wisconsin city located in the east central part of the state

Female Wisconsin Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
1
Violet
The state flower is the Wood Violet
1
Dove
The Mourning Dove is the state symbol of peace
1
Galena
The state mineral
1
Madison
The capital of the state of Wisconsin
1
Robin
The Robin is the state bird
1
Chippewa
For Chippewa Falls, a city located in the south central part of Wisconsin
1
Geneva
For Lake Geneva, a Wisconsin city in the southeast part of the state
1
Willow
For Willow River State Park, located in the western part of Wisconsin
1
Yahara
For the Yahara River, a tributary of the Rock River in southern Wisconsin
1
Mendota
Lake Mendota is the northernmost lake of Madison, Wisconsin
1
Crystal
For Crystal Lake, a small town in central Wisconsin
1
Georgia
Georgia O’Keefe, a famous artist, was born in Wisconsin
1
Laura
Laura Ingalls Wilder, the author of the Little House books, was born in Wisconsin
1
Libby
Libby Riddles was the first woman to win the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race
1
Farley
Actor and comedian Chris Farley was born in Wisconsin
1
Lambeau
For the field where the Packers play
1
Chellsie
Chellsie Memmel was a member of the US Olympic gymnastics team was born in Wisconsin
1
Madeline
For Madeline Island Historical Museum, located in La Pointe, Wisconsin
1
Ada
For Ada Lake campground in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
1
Dewey
For Nelson Dewey State Park, located on the Mississippi River
-1
Maple
The state tree is the Sugar Maple
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Altoona
A Wisconsin city in the northwest part of the state
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Milwaukee
The largest city in the state of Wisconsin
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Kenosha
A city on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan
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Marquette
A private Catholic university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Liberace
The musician was born in Wisconsin
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Walleye
A fish that you can catch when fishing in Wisconsin
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Pasty
A dough pocket that is filled with meats and/or vegetables
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Kringle
Considered the state pastry of Wisconsin
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Pack
A sweet treat with a polish origin

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