World War Z Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

In recent years, zombie-themed movies have been taking over. Everyone wants to see the latest virus-themed film – or even games where you must survive in an infected world on your own. In essence, the survival movie and game genres are growing at a rapid pace in the 2000s.

Because of its popularity, several people may begin to look for World War Z inspired dog names that can show how passionate they are about the film and genre. Whether they name their dog after film or game characters, or even survival-related words, it shows a pure love for that film and game genre. If you are one of the thousands who is looking for World War Z inspired dog names, then read on. 

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World War Z Inspired Dog Name Considerations

It’s okay to give your dog a name that relates to World War Z, but how is the general public going to take it? It’s your dog and your decision to make, but there are some considerations you need to make if you want your World War Z inspired dog name to be well-received – or even understood.

The first thing to consider is your dog’s gender. Like human babies, your fur children need to have a name that suits their gender. It can also be unisex, such as Sam or Tony, or a name that appears as a word, not a name, in the survival world so, therefore, doesn’t matter.

Then, focus on your dog’s personality. If you think your dog is a bit of a hero, then why not give them a World War Z inspired dog name of the movie hero, Gerry the UN employee? Or, focus on character traits such as intelligence, where Andrew the virologist was intelligent. It makes sense to you as promoting your passion for a movie genre, but it’s also a sensible dog name at the same time.

When the time comes to compile a list of World War Z inspired dog names, you will find you’re not short of options. The brainstorming is the easy part; the hard task is trying to narrow your name list down to one standout option. 

Male World War Z Inspired Dog Names

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Gerry
UN investigator in a dangerous war zone
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Brad
Brad Pitt played the role of Gerry
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Segen
An Isaeli soldier who escapes from Israel with Gerry
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Captain
Of Captain Speke - a soldier at Camp Humphreys
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Speke
Captain Speke's name
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Jurgen
Mossad director
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Matthew
Played the role of a Pararescueman
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Fox
Matthew Fox's last name
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Thierry
United Nationals Deputy Secretary General
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Toni
Of Umutoni, the UN deputy secretary general
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David
Played an imprisoned CIA operative
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Morse
David's last name
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Andrew
A dead virologist
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Favino
Last name of the WHO doctor actor
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Negga
WHO doctor
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Moritz
Played a WHO doctor
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Peter
Of Peter Capaldi the World Health Organization doctor
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Ellis
A South Korea-stationed soldier
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Marc
The movie director
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Drew
Involved in the movie screenplay
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Damon
One of the screenplay writers
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Max
The novel author the movie was based on
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Malta
Where the movie was set
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Jeremy
One of the movie producers
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James
Of James Dale, one of the stars
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Ben
Involved in World War Z cinematography
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Roger
The movie's editor
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Rakshasa
What Indians referred to as the dead spirits
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Tommy
A young couple's son
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Scotia
Part of Nova Scotia, a safe zone

Female World War Z Inspired Dog Names

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Karin
Gerry's wife
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Mirielle
Played Karin, Gerry's wife
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Daniella
The woman who played Segen
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Ruth
A WHO doctor
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Zee
A play on World War Z
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Dede
One of the producers
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Bie
Of Zom-bie
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Salem
Of Jerusalem which was in quarantine
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Nova
Of Nova Scotia, the safe zone
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Quaran
A play on quarantine
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Viccy
A play on vaccine
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Appian
Of the production company, Appian Way
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Babylon
The first screenplay writer
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Brooke
Of Max Brooks, the book author
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Ellie
A play on Ellison, a Paramount co-financier
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Sky
Of Skydance, another movie financier
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Julia
One of the actresses
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Cinesite
The company involved in production
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Malta
Where the first production images occurred
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Philly
Some of the scenes were shot in Glasgow to look like Philadelphia
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Royal
Some of the filming was on Royal Fleet Auxiliary Ships
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Madison
The name of the movie boat - USS Madison
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Nero
Their music appeared in the film
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Lanie
Of the family name Lane
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Atlanta
Where one of the film screenings began
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Alonso
One of the movie critics
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Bayona
Juan Antonio Bayona was supposed to direct a second film
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Abigail
Played Rachel Lane
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Rachel
Gerry's daughter
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Vick
Toma's mom
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Valentina
Played by Katrina Vasilieva

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