Dogs Are a Hunter’s Best Friend
Every dog owner is aware of how joyful it is when you get home to watch your dog drooling due to the fact that it is so excited to see you.
Having a dog in your family an amazing experience and owners like it because dogs love them no matter what.
When gun owners are in question, they love their pets slightly more than their love for their guns.
Guns can be compared to dogs, as they require an almost equal amount of attention.
You will need to get the proper permits, keep them in safe places, and clean.
If you have a passion for guns and you want to name your dog after it, there are plenty of gun names for dogs to choose from and we will offer some of them.
Gun Manufacturer Names for Dogs
Gun Model Names for Dogs
Names for Dogs Inspired by Gun Parts
Ammo-Inspired Dog Names
More Gun Terms to Consider
|Big Bore||Point Blank|
Marksman-Inspired Dog Names
Famous Gun-Wielding Characters
|Butch Cassidy||Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid|
|Dirty Harry||Dirty Harry|
|Harley Quinn||Suicide Squad|
|Harmonica||Once Upon a Time in the West|
|The Dog with No Name||Inspired by The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly|
|Judge Dredd||Judge Dredd|
|Bonnie||Bonnie and Clyde|
|Clyde||Bonnie and Clyde|
|Furiosa||Mad Max: Fury Road|
|Han Solo||Star Wars|
|Al Capone||The Untouchables|
Fictional Firearms to Name a Dog
|Gun Name||TV/Film/Video Game|
|Blade Blaster||Power Rangers|
|Boomstick||Army of Darkness|
|Hailstorm||Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare|
|Haymaker||Call of Duty: Black Ops III|
|Infinity Blaster||Toy Story|
|Kuda||Call of Duty: Black Ops III|
|Lancer||Gears of War|
|Man-O-War||Call of Duty: Black Ops III|
|Maverick||Call of Duty: Ghosts|
|Noisy Cricket||The Men in Black|
|Ripper||Call of Duty: Ghosts|
|Vesper||Call of Duty: Black Ops III|
|Zorg||The Fifth Element|
Aiming for the Perfect Name
We hope that among all the above-mentioned names you have found the one that suits your dog.
Some great name ideas for your pup are offered, but if you still have doubts and cannot determine for one, we suggest that you make a list of the best.
From all of those you have put on the list, you should find the name that best fits these naming criteria.
- Personality: In the majority of cases, owners give their dogs names that reflect the dog’s individual personality. Its personality is obvious from a very early age and if you devote some time to play with your pup, you will be able to determine what kind of personality he or she has. It can be hyper, shy, skittish, excited, loving, and according to it, you can name your puppy.
- Appearance: Appearance is typically the most obvious factor to consider when you give your dog a name. The name can be given depending on specific markings on your dog, two different colored eyes, the fur color, whether it is muscular or skinny. The way your dog looks can give you an idea of some great dog names.
- How it sounds: A name that is written on the paper sometimes looks better than it sounds so before you give it to your dog, you must be sure to say the name out loud. If it sounds suitable for your dog and you are ready to often repeat it, then you can name your dog.
- Yell it out: You are now sure that you want to hear this name many times, but it is not only about what you hear, but what other people would need to hear as well when you call your dog. You must pay attention to be politically correct and not yell out the name that sounds offensive to others.
- Practice commands: You need to practice saying the name with the command to see how it sounds, such as “______, sit!” “Shake, ______!”