250 Enchanting Disney Dog Names

As a kid, there was nothing I loved more than the magic of Disney. I had it all – the Disney movies, the Disney dresses, the Disney games, and even pets named after Disney characters.

It wasn’t difficult finding the perfect Disney name for my beloved pets, especially seeing as so many Disney movies are rich with fantastic, enchanted animal sidekicks.

So, if you are in the market for a Disney dog name, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome, dear friends, to the happiest article on earth written by me, a Disney fan and a dog fan. For these reasons, you can trust I won’t steer you in the wrong direction with these brilliantly beautiful, magical, and most of all enchanting Disney dog names for your Disney dog.

Let’s get started!

What’s In A Name? Tips On Picking the Most Magical Disney Name For Your Dog

Picking the right name for your dog should be a fun experience for all. (https://pixabay.com/photos/mickey-mouse-daisy-walt-disney-duck-2732231/)

If you’re here looking for a Disney dog name then there is a good chance you’re either about to introduce a new dog into your family or you already have. So, without further ado, I think congratulations are in order!

There is almost nothing as exciting as getting a new dog or puppy. No, not even going to Disneyland can compare, in my dog-loving, humble opinion.

Picking out the right dog for you is certainly a process, and the work continues well into doggy parenthood. You need training tips and advice, walking equipment, food bowls, dog food, grooming brushes, doggy shampoos, and the list goes on and on.

But first, after you get your dog, you are going to need a name.

Naming your dog can be challenging, but it should also be a fun and family-friendly experience. In fact, did you know that naming your dog is one of the first steps you’ll take in the bonding process?

So, what’s in a name? Well, a few syllables, for starters. And that leads us to the “rules” of dog naming.

Okay, let me correct myself. There aren’t really rules to naming your dog. I mean, you can honestly name your dog anything you want. But there are some tips and tricks experts recommend you follow when it comes to picking the best name for your new fur kid.

For those of you who want your dog to learn his name sooner than later, experts recommend going with names that have two syllables like Ruby or Hendrix. They suggest you try avoiding names that are longer than three syllables like Delihla or shorter than two syllables like Max.

Why?

Because research has found that dogs seem to pick up quicker on names with two syllables. With that being said, we should still note that, regardless of how many syllables are in your dog’s name, he should be able to figure out who he is within a few weeks or so.

This means you shouldn’t shy away from names that are longer or shorter than the two-syllable suggestion, especially if these names are your lifelong doggy dream names. And if you do want to name your dog something longer or shorter but you’re worried about your dog learning his name quickly, you can always give your pooch a nickname in the beginning to help him out.

For example, are you naming your dog Max? Try calling him Maxy for a while. Are you sold on the name Patricia? Go with Patty. It’s really as simple as that.

Alright then. Now that we have all those pesky “rules” and tips out of the way, let’s get on to the really fun stuff – Disney Dog names!

25 Disney Dog Names Based On Disney Dog Characters


Pluto is perhaps one of Disney’s most famous dogs. (Photo Credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/pluto-disneyland-theme-park-486130/)

Not every Disney dog name has to be based on an actual Disney dog character. After all, and as every Disney fan knows, there are countless animal characters in the Disney franchise to be inspired by.

Still, if you’re a stickler on keeping the name and the species aligned, then this is the list for you. Below are 25 Disney dog names that are inspired by actual Disney dog characters.

Pluto (Mickey & Friends)

Bolt (Bolt Movie)

Goofy (Mickey & Friends)

Pongo (101 Dalmatians)

Tramp (Lady and the Tramp)

Perdita (101 Dalmatians)

Scamp  (Lady and the Tramp)

Freckles (101 Dalmatians)

Colonel  (101 Dalmatians)

Thunderbolt (101 Dalmatians)

Max (The Little Mermaid)

Little Brother (Mulan)

Footstool (Beauty and the Beast)

Percy (Pocahontas)

Nana (Peter Pan)

Stella (The Princess and the Frog)

Towser (101 Dalmatians)

Napoleon (The Aristocats)

Rusty (Home on the Range)

Collette (Lady and the Tramp)

Toby (The Great Mouse Detective)

Bruno (Cinderella)

Dodger (Oliver)

Copper (The Fox and the Hound)

Rita (Oliver)

Lucky (101 Dalmatians)

Georgette (Oliver and Company)

25 Female Disney Dog Names For Female Dogs


This sweet pup is the perfect candidate for a pretty Disney dog name.

Do you have a puppy princess on your hand? Then only an enchanted name fit for a queen will do!

Over the past decade or so, Disney has done a wonderful job of coming up with strong and empowering female characters that any female (or male) dog would be proud to be named after!

There are hundreds of wonderfully brilliant Disney female dog names to choose from, but I’ve gone ahead and picked out 25 of my most favorite female Disney dog names for your convenience. Enjoy!

Minnie (Minnie Mouse)

Jasmine (Aladdin)

Daisy (Daisy Duck)

Flower (Bambi)

Tinker Bell (Peter Pan)

Faline (Bambi)

Wendy (Peter Pan)

Anna (Frozen)

Tiger Lily (Peter Pan)

Alice (Alice in Wonderland)

Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)

Belle (Beauty and the Beast)

Cinderella (Cinderella)

Pocahontas (Pocahontas)

Flora (Sleeping Beauty)

Merida (Brave)

Rapunzel (Rapunzel)

Maid Marian (Robin Hood)

Duchess (The Aristocats)

Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)

Mrs Potts (Beauty and the Beast)

Megara (Hercules)

Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)

Lilo (Lilo and Stitch)

Ariel (The Little Mermaid)

25 Male Disney Dog Names For Male Dogs


If you are looking for a Disney dog name fit for a prince, then this is the list for you.

Of course, not every male Disney character is of royal descent like the Queen’s Corgi, which is why we love the below list of male dog names that come from the Disney franchise.

This list is mixed with princes, kings, knights, and even a few mermen. Which male Disney name will your Disney darling take?

King Triton (The Little Mermaid)

Genie (Aladdin)

Jumba (Lilo and Stitch)

Toulouse (The Aristocats)

Thomas O’Malley (The Aristocats)

Winnie (Winnie the Pooh)

Mickey (Mickey Mouse)

Bambi (Bambi)

Mad Hatter (Alice In Wonderland)

Kuzco (The Emperor’s New Groove)

Dopey (Snow White)

Pacha (The Emperor’s New Groove)

Prince Charming (Snow White)

Eric (The Little Mermaid)

Kronk (The Emperor’s New Groove)

Simba (The Lion King

Oliver (Oliver and Company)

Grumpy (Snow White)

Gus Gus (Cinderella)

Pinocchio (Pinocchio)

Kocoum (Pocahontas)

Geppetto (Pinocchio)

Prince Adam (Beauty and the Beast)

Mowgli (The Jungle Book)

Li Shang (Mulan)

25  Disney Sidekick Dog Names


What is a dog if it isn’t the ultimate sidekick? 

What is a sidekick?

A sidekick is your buddy, your pal, your number one fan. A sidekick always has your back and your front and loves you unconditionally. So, what is a dog if a dog isn’t a sidekick?

Anyone who has owned a dog knows that dogs tend to follow the people they love best all around no matter where they venture. So, basically, dogs are just adorable and furry little sidekicks.

This is perfect if you are considering landing your dog with a Disney dog name inspired by Disney sidekicks! So behold, some of our favorite Disney dog sidekick names below.

Abu (Aladdin)

Flit (Pocahontas)

Mushu (Mulan)

Pascal (Tangled)

Meeko (Pocahontas)

Baloo (The Jungle Book)

Tigger (Winnie the Pooh)

Cogsworth (Beauty and the Beast)

Chip (Beauty and the Beast)

Lago (Aladdan)

Pegasus (Hercules)

Raja (Aladdan)

Flounder (The Little Mermaid)

Smee (Peter Pan)

Zazu (The Lion King)

Jiminy Cricket (Pinocchio)

Dory (Finding Nemo)

Olaf (Frozen)

Terk (Tarzan)

Sebastian (The Little Mermaid)

Baloo (The Jungle Book)

White Rabbit (Alice In Wonderland)

Sgt. Tibbs (101 Dalmatians)

Sven (Frozen)

25 Cool Disney Dog Names


Cool Disney dog names? Please. Every Disney dog name is cool. 

Let’s be honest. There are a plethora of cool Disney characters. I mean, pretty much every Disney character is cool in my opinion. Of course, you have the evil characters and the characters who are meant to be mealsy wimps, but still. They’re Disney characters, so that’s pretty cool.

Of course, if you want to get technical with it then fine. Here are 25 of the “cool kid” Disney dog names for cool dogs like yours. Enjoy.

Cheshire Cat (Alice In Wonderland)

Esmerelda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Gaston (Beauty and the Beast)

Meg (Hercules)

Prince Naveen (Princess and the Frog)

Mufasa (The Lion King)

John Smith (Pocahontas)

Captain Phoebus (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Elsa (Frozen)

Flynn Rider (Tangled)

Basil (The Great Mouse Detective)

Dodger (Oliver and Company)

Tito (Oliver and Company)

Merida (Brave)

Lumiere (Beauty and the Beast)

Kristoff (Frozen)

Gill (Finding Nemo)

Hermes (Hercules)

Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story)

Stitch (Lilo And Stitch)

Nala (The Lion King)

Baymax (Big Hero 6)

Han Solo (Star Wars)

Jack Skellington (The Nightmare Before Christmas)

Jessie (Toy Story)

Kion (The Lion King)

Maui (Moana)

25 Disney Dog Names For Doggy Pairs


Is there anything cuter than a dog with a Disney dog name? Yes! TWO dogs with Disney dog names! 

If you are lucky enough to be welcoming two dogs into your home and you’re also cool enough to want to bless these two dogs with two Disney names, then this is the list for you.

I’ve gone through the Disney fan archives and compiled the best compacted list of 25 Disney dog names for doggy pairs. You may thank me later.

Mike and Sully (Monsters Inc)

Lilo and Stitch (Lilo & Stitch)

Anna and Elsa (Frozen)

Timon & Pumpba (The Lion King)

Nala and Simba (The Lion King)

Buzz and Woody (Toy Story)

Winnie and Piglet (Winnie the Pooh)

Mickey and Minnie (Mickey & Friends)

Wall-E and Eve (Wall-E)

Chip and Dale (Mickey & Friends)

Tod and Copper (The Fox and the Hound)

Rocket and Groot (Guardians of the Galaxy)

Lumiere and Cogsworth (Beauty and the Beast)

Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable (Kim Possible)

Kenai and Koda (Brother Bear)

Donald and Daisy (Mickey & Friends)

Max and Roxanne (A Goofy Movie)

Bambi and Faline (Bambi)

Wendy and Peter (Peter Pan)

Flower and Bluebelle (Bambi)

Carl and Ellie (Up)

Marlin and Dory (Finding Nemo)

Panic and Pain (Hercules)

Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum (Alice In Wonderland)

Anastasia and Drizella (Cinderella)

25 Disney Villain Dog Names


Who doesn’t love a deliciously villainous Disney dog name? 

How is it bad when it sounds so good? Sorry not sorry for loving these wicked sounding Disney dog names.

I have approximately zero cares to give about admitting that I absolutely love Disney villains. They basically take the cake when it comes to Disney and let’s be real – Disney wouldn’t be Disney without their fabulous wicked stepmothers and evil uncles. (I’m looking at you, Scar).

If you’re on the Disney villain bandwagon then please allow me to first welcome you to the darkside and next gift you with a list of 25 of my favorite Disney villain dog names.

Muahahaha!

Ursula (The Little Mermaid)

Scar (The Lion King)

Shere Khan (The Jungle Book)

Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)

Hades (Hercules)

Cruella de Vil (101 Dalmatians)

Jaffar (Aladdin)

Captain Hook (Peter Pan)

Kaa (The Jungle Book)

Shan Yu (Mulan)

Gothel (Tangled)

Dr. Facilier (The Princess and the Frog)

Queen of Hearts (Alice In Wonderland)

Governor Ratcliffe (Pocohantas)

Sid (Toy Story)

Yzma (The Emperor’s New Groove)

Hans (Frozen)

Syndrome (The Incredibles)

Madam Medusa (The Rescuers)

Lady Tremaine (Cinderella)

Prince John (Robin Hood)

Edgar (The Aristocats)

Zombie

Claude Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Lucifer (Cinderella

25 Disney Dog Names For Small Dogs


If your petite pup is in the market for a Disney dog name, we have you covered. 

First of all, I love small dogs. It’s not a secret and if you didn’t know that about me then now you do. I love them. And I also love small dogs with small dog names, or small dogs with very big dog names. This is actually one of my favorite ironies.

But this list is dedicated solely to small dogs so if your petite pup needs a small Disney dog name, you’re about to fall in love with the below cuteness overload. You’ve been warned, folks.

Nemo  (Finding Nemo)

Chip (Beauty and the Beast)

Roo (Winnie the Pooh)

Figaro (Pinocchio)

Pua (Moana)

Morph (Treasure Planet)

Sabastian (The Little Mermaid)

Jiminy Cricket (Pinnocio)

Minnie Mouse (Mickey & Friends)

Scuttle (The Little Mermaid)

Cri-Kee (Mulan)

Ray (The Princess and the Frog)

Tinker Bell (Peter Pan)

Jaq Jaq (Cinderella)

Squirt (Finding Nemo)

Flit (Pocohontas)

Fifi (Disney & Friends)

Peg (Lady and the Tramp)

Tito (Oliver and Company)

Zero (The Nightmare Before Christmas)

Rolly (101 Dalmatians)

Chloe (Beverly Hills Chihuahua)

RoseBud (Air Buddies)

Archimedes (The Sorcerer & The Stone)

Boo (Monsters Inc)

25 Disney Dog Names For Big Dogs


Does your giant dog need a big Disney dog name? Then you’re in luck because we have plenty. 

Okay, so yes I do love small dogs but I also love big dogs. I mean, basically I just love dogs.

Big dogs are hilarious because most of them have no idea how big they really are, and it’s really fun to just be chilling on the couch with a glass of wine and have your English Mastiff dog climb up onto your lap and spill your wine and rip your magazine.

Right?

Yeah, anyway, all dog jokes aside. I do love big dogs. And I also love these big Disney dog names. They’re perfect for that adorably large and clumsy pooch of yours!

Lightning McQueen (Cars)

Papa Rivera (Coco)

Bruce (Finding Nemo)

Anchor (Finding Nemo)

Hank (Finding Dory)

Bomb Voyage (The Incredibles)

Waternoose (Monsters inc)

The Tank (Monsters University)

Arlo (The Good Dinosaur)

Hamm (Toy Story)

Thunderclap (The Good Dinosaur)

Alpha (Up)

Troll (Toy Story)

Ralph (Wreck-It Ralph)

Django (Ratatouille)

Dumbo (Dumbo)

Jangles (Inside Out)

Zeus (Hercules)

Krushaurer (The Incredibles 2)

Bailey (Finding Dory)

Chum (Finding Nemo)

Gustavo (Coco)

Rusty (Cars)

Lord MacGuffin (Brave)

Dug (Up)

25 Unique Disney Dog Names


Your dog is unique and he deserves a unique Disney dog name. That’s where we come in!

It’s hard to be super popular and unique all at once, or maybe Disney is popular because these characters are unique? Whatever your opinion is, I still think that there are plenty of unique Disney dog names to go around.

These characters would be the background characters, or maybe the characters with different sounding names or names that mean something special that you don’t hear too often.

I’ve gone through the whole big, long list of Disney dog names and put together what I think are 25 of the most interesting and unique dog names for you and your one of a kind dog.

Sarafina (The Lion King)

Eudora (The Princess and the Frog)

Tremaine (Cinderella)

Baloo (The Jungle Book)

Clayton (Tarzan)

Coplin (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Anton (Ratatoullie

Bagheera (The Jungle Book)

Atropos (Hercules)

Jetsam (The Little Mermaid)

Bonnie (Toy Story)

Tick Tock (Peter Pan)

Taran (The Black Cauldron)

Kala (Tarzan)

Toulouse (The Aristocats)

Anita (101 Dalmatians)

Ceila (Monsters, Inc)

Yao (Mulan)

Kovu (The Lion King 2)

Babette (Beauty and the Beast)

Kidagakash (Atlantis)

Taran (The Black Cauldron)

Sneezy (Snow White)

Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

Nakoma (Pocahontas)

Tips On Teaching Your Dog His New Disney Dog Name


Do you want your dog to learn his Disney dog name as fast as possible? Then break out the treats! 

Research suggests that dogs are able to learn their names in as little as two week, regardless of their age. This means that your new dog should be able to figure out who he is pretty quickly, regardless of if he is a young puppy or an adult rescue dog. Lucky you!

Of course, this doesn’t mean that your dog is going to be able to figure out who he is all on his own. He’s going to need your help and training.

In fact, did you know that when training is done correctly, many dogs are able to learn their names even sooner than the fourteen week deadline? Nice!

So, how do you go about properly teaching your dog his new Disney dog name?

Start with healthy training treats. Most dogs are food motivated and all dogs respond best to positive reinforcement like praise, so help your pup associate his name with something great by rewarding him each time he responds to it.

Try saying your dog’s name. When he looks at you, give him a treat. Repeat this several times throughout the day in short training intervals that last about five minutes each.

Next, you can try going out of the room or move farther away from your dog and call him by name. If he doesn’t come right to you, don’t worry. Training is about being patient and being repetitive.

Start over again by saying your dog’s name directly to him and waiting until he gives you direct eye contact. Then treat him quickly and give him praise!

Remember, praise and treats are key! Be careful not to scold your dog using his name in the early days, especially when he is still learning it.

You don’t want your dog to begin to associate his name with something negative. If that happens, it is likely your dog will not want to come to you when called in the future.

So, which Disney dog name above do you like best? Are there any Disney dog names we forgot to mention that you wish we had? From one Disney dog fan to another, we would love to hear from you.