People young and old across the world have watched Disney movies at some point in their lifetime. For nearly 90 years the company has been producing memorable movies that maintain their popularity across generations. Children are now watching movies their parents and even grandparents enjoyed as kids!
When you’re looking for a dog name, Disney dogs are a great place to start. They’re classic, nostalgic and well known.
It may have been years since you watched your last Disney movie, so here’s a refresher on some of the most popular Disney dogs. We hope this helps you find the perfect dog name!
Let’s begin with 101 Dalmatians Dog Names. No list of Disney dog names is complete without these pups. Between the books, animated and live action movies and the subsequent promotional toys, there’s more names than we can keep track of, so here’s a list of the most memorable.
101 Dalmatians Dog Names
The laid-back but protective father of the 101 Dalmatians.
Wife of Pongo and mom to the to the group of Dalmatian puppies.
The noisy, rowdy pup in the bunch.
Gets his name from the horseshoe ring on his back and because in the original animated movie he almost didn’t make it.
The plump, rolly polly puppy who’s always hungry. “I’m hungry, mother, I really am!”
The sweet, loving female pup always sitting by her father’s feet.
A male pup frequently perched on his father’s head.
A sweet boy with “the smallest spots of all.”
Other notable 101 Dalmatians dog names
More Disney Dog Names
The Dalmatians weren’t the only famous Disney dogs, however. In addition to the 101 Dalmatians dog names, there’s plenty of other Disney dog names to choose from. Here’s a refresher on the other dogs of Disney:
Perhaps the most famous Disney dog of all is Pluto, Mickey’s trusty pal.
Another famous Disney dog is Goofy, the lovable friend to Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. He’s tall and klutzy but means well.
Did you know that Goofy had a son named Max?
As the protagonist of Lady and the Tramp, she is regal and refined.
He is the laid back dog from the wrong side of the tracks in Lady and the Tramp.
The adorable son of Lady and Tramp.
The stuffy Scottish Terrier from Lady and the Tramp.
The pure, loving and loyal protagonist from the 2008 movie of the same name.
A Coonhound/Bloodhound mix who serves as a main character in The Fox and the Hound.
Don’t forget about Nana, the lovable Newfoundland who takes care of the Darling children in Peter Pan.
The loyal, understanding pooch who is always there for Cinderella.
The street-smart Jack Russell terrier in Oliver & Company.
The vein, ditzy, spoiled poodle in Oliver & Company.
As the dog of Ratcliff in Pocahontas, Percy is an arrogant, spoiled pug.