Girl Dog Names Beginning with H

Girl Puppy Names

Last Updated October 17, 2019

Scroll down to see our list of Girl Dog Names beginning with H.

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Girl Puppy Names

Great Girl Dog Names Beginning with H

  • Habanero  (Pepper)
  • Haddie
  • Hailey
  • Haiku
  • Half Moon
  • Halley
  • Halia
  • Halo
  • Halston as in Halston Sage
  • Hani as in Hani Avital
  • Hanna
  • Hannah
  • Happy
  • Hara
  • Harbor -A natural or man-made body of water adjacent to the mainland.
  • Harley
  • Harmony
  • Harlequin (dog color found in the Great Dane)
  • Harp (Seal)
  • Harper
  • Harriet
  • Hassie  (Character name in the 1950s TV series, The Real McCoys)
  • Haven
  • Hattie
  • Hatty
  • Hayden
  • Hazel
  • Hazelnut
  • Haylee
  • Heather
  • Heaven
  • Heidi
  • Helda
  • Helga
  • Helm - The mechanism that steers the ship
  • Hennessy - Cognac
  • Hera (Greek goddess of marriage)
  • Hermit (Crab) - Type of crustacean;  a great name for an independent puppy.
  • Herring - Type of Fish
  • Hershey
  • Hettie
  • Hickory
  • Hila
  • Hilda
  • Hillary
  • Hippo (short for Hippopotamus, the large mammal)
  • Hitchcock
  • Hoagie
  • Hobo - Pale IPA (Lord Hobo Boom Sauce)
  • Holland  as in Holland Roden
  • Holly
  • Hollywood
  • Holstein (cow)
  • Honeysuckle - flower
  • Honey
  • Hope
  • Hoshi
  • Hosta - plant
  • Hot Pepper (pepper for short)
  • Hurricane - Severe storm;  Great choice for a puppy whose personality suggests chaos wherever he goes.
  • Hyria

Quick Rules for Choosing a Dog Name

  • Short is Good:  Dogs usually hear the first syllable.
  • Words ending in an "a" or "e" sound work well.
  • Two syllable words are easiest to teach.
  • Choose a name you can hear yourself shouting down your road (You never know when your sweet little fur ball is going to take off.)
  • Pick a name that doesn’t sound like a training command
  • Pick a name that doesn’t sound like the name of someone else in the family.
  • Use the same name always; dogs don’t understand nicknames.
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