There’s a lot in a name.
If that saying rings true to you, you’re probably putting quite a bit of thought into what to name your new doggy. While picking a name is a special process, it can be hard to come up with a list of what you think are viable options.
If you’re spiritual or religious, you may consider naming your dog after something that means something to you. Of course, the name will depend on what you believe.
In this post, we’ve created a list of spiritual dog names based on what your own belief system.
Things To Consider
- What’s the name appropriate for? If you have a name in mind, is it appropriate for a dog?
- Would the name be better suited for a child? If you really love a name, maybe you’d prefer to save it for when/if you have kids.
- Will it lead to questions? If it’s a name that will spark questions, will you be prepared to answer the same question over and over?
- Will you always hold that belief? If you name your dog something highly religious or spiritual, will you regret it if you change your beliefs? Like a tattoo, a dog’s name is often permanent.
Nature-Inspired Dog Names
You can come up with dog names by focusing on the magic of nature. Here are a few ideas:
- Birk (close to bark)
- Blizzard (black and white dogs)
Spiritual Dog Names (New Age)
If you’re into new age spirituality concepts, there are a number of inspirations you could draw from to come up with a name. Below are some options:
Biblical Dog Names
Biblical dog names can be inspired by the bible. Here are some possibilities: