A cross breed between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle, the Goldendoodle is a funny brown dog that was first bred around the 1960’s.
A breed that was bred with the intent and purpose of helping the visually impaired, Goldendoodles’ popularities began to grow as the years passed.
As a designer dog, Goldendoodles have become an interesting choice for dog owners that want a mix of two, rather than a single pure-breed.
The great thing of having a mixed breed is the fact that you get the best of both worlds. With that being said, that makes the choice of names even more diverse.
The names listed below are just some suggestions you can take as a dog owner to naming your Goldendoodle dog breed.
Male Dog Names
Some of the names below are part of a list of popular male dog names, but also recommended monikers that fit the overall look or feel of the Goldendoodle.
The Goldendoodle has the appearance of an incredibly amiable dog, hence this welcoming name like Cooper is perfect.
A great name for a dog that looks like the Golden Retriever or Goldendoodle.
A name that fits for wide range of dogs.
There couldn’t be a cuter name for a outgoing, positive dog like the Goldendoodle.
A simple name for a dog that looks like the Goldendoodle.
A great name for a beautiful dog like the Goldendoodle.
This is a subtle name to give to a dog.
A bit more on the tougher side, this is for those Goldendoodle’s that are a bit on the larger side.
This is a great name for a male dog breed that looks like a Golden Retriever or Goldendoodle.
Perfect for any dog with a golden coat.
Female Dog Names
The list below tries to provide the best list of names that are befitting your Goldendoodle’s appearance or personality, but are specifically great for females.
A sweet name that has been popular amongst dog owners.
A popular name for those dogs that are a bit on the bigger size.
A great name for a dog that likes to play around.
This name is a great choice for any female dog owners.
A highly common popular name for female dogs.
In reference to the color of its hair, and scruffy look of its fur.
A name that many dog owners choose.
This is an obvious name describing the dog’s golden locks.
A truly popular name that has come to be liked by many due to the Disney animated film.
This is a name that refers to the Golden Globe award, and its golden shine.
Movie Dog Names
Naming your Goldendoodle after a celebrity or a character in a movie or a dog from a famous film is the best way to give a name that is fashionable, , and possibly recognizable by many.
The name of the main dog’s name in Digby The Biggest Dog in the World.
A name of the dog Oliver and Company.
The name of the dog in the hit movie franchise Back to the Future 2.
One of the main characters in the The 101 Dalmatians.
Jim Carrey’s adorable pet in The Mask.
The name of a dog in the The Royal Tenenbaums.
One of the dog’s name in The 101 Dalmatians.
The name of the dog in the movie There’s Something About Mary.
The main character dog in the film Shiloh.
The name of the pet dog in Lethal Weapon.
Exotic Dog Names
These days it seems naming your dog something exotic is a great trend. Therefore, we had to include some of these words that may not be commonly known to provide some foreign variety.
A Hebrew word for peace.
Meaning ‘we have been given’ Shona.
In Mayan, this means hope.
Meaning ‘the better one’ in Swahili.
Meaning loyalty in Arabic.
In Sanskrit, this means acquires strength.
Meaning black drink crier in Creek.
Meaning Mother Earth in Inca.
In Sanskrit, it means sprout, blossom.
Meaning wisdom in Swahili.
Appearance-Based Dog Names
One thing that many dog owners tend to do is name their dog after its appearance or personality. There are a lot of factors to consider when examining what goes into a dog’s defining features, whether it’s their actions in itself or simply just the color of their coat and/or size of their body.
This is a name that describes the fuzzy hair of the dog.
The Goldendoodle has a lot of curls, so this name fits.
This name refers to the color of its coat.
If unkempt, the Goldendoodle is a piece of scruff, which makes this name perfect.
This dog can sometimes be referred to as a walking rug.
Named after the famous fable character, this is perfect for a dog like the Goldendoodle.
Another name referring to the color of its coat.
Due to its happy, smiling face, this name fits perfectly.
A play to the word ‘hairy.’
The overall look of this dog breed is similar to that of the famous dog in the film.
Funny Dog Names
There is no doubt that some people don’t need to give their dog a super serious name that has some profound meaning.
Some dog parents like to take it easy and simply name their dog after something silly or funny.
- Reeses Puppycups
A play on words on the famous snack Reeses Pieces.
- Beau Dacious
Another way of saying bo-dacious.
This is an extremely random name to give a pet, which is what makes it so funny.
- Koby Teeth
Another random name to give a dog.
- Farrah Pawcett
This is a play to the actress’ name Farrah Fawcett.
- Penny Pickles
A silly name to give to a dog that
- Monsieur Le Colonel Moustache
For a dog as scruffy as the Goldendoodle, this name is befitting but also ridicuous for how long it is.
A name that is meant to give to cats due to the famous cartoon feline, hence the hilarity of naming your dog that.
This is a name that derives from the toys Furby, it is sort of fits the enormous amounts of hair the Goldendoodle may have.
These funny creatures in Star Wars look ridiculous to begin with, which makes this name funny to give to a scrappy dog.
Famous Dog Names
The names below list out some famous dog names grabbed from history, film, TV, and/or simply through the sheer fact that they are the pet of a well-known celebrity.
This is the name of the talking Pug seen in Men in Black.
The Basset Hound that appeared in the film Smokey and the Bandit in 1997.
This is a Border Collie that featured in the film Animal Farm.
A charming Sheepdog that appeared in Hugh Lofting’s Doctor Dolittle books.
This was the name of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln’s dog.
A dog that appeared on Green Acres.
This was the name of the pet dog of U.S. First Lady Barbara Bush.
- Fifi the Peke
A Pekingese in Pluto, the world animation by Walt Disney.
- Puppy Paws
The name of a Golden Retriever in the film Santa Buddies.
This was the dog that appeared in the animated movie Rover in 1993.