YIt’s spring! A sunny and wet season connected to the ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation and growth, it seems the perfect time to find inspo for naming your new dog or puppy. Flowers are in bloom, the sun is shining, celebrations are aplenty—so browse our list of 110 spring dog names and give your pup a fitting moniker that encompasses the joy and spirit of this delightful time of year.
For more inspo, check out our list of 400 Dog Names.
This astrological name is simply written in the stars. Aries is the first sign of the zodiac, ruling the period from March 21 to April 19.
Meaning “resurrection,” Anastasia (or Ana, for short) nods to spring’s new beginnings.
Meaning “happiness,” this trendy gender-neutral dog name has plenty of pup potential.
In Roman mythology, Aurora was the goddess of the sunrise, an elegant nod to new beginnings.
This sweet little name means “birdlike” and “lively.”
A Hebrew boy name meaning “spring season.”
Aviv’s female counterpart is just as spring-forward.
Who doesn’t love a cross-species name? This old-school baby girl name is becoming popular once again.
For an unusual name, consider the Welsh goddess of spring. We can guarantee you’ll have the only Blodeuwedd (pronounced bluh-DAY-weth) at the dog park!
This pretty girl’s name calls to mind a babbling spring stream.
A buzz-worthy name with high-flying spring spirit.
For short, Butter is just as fun!
A sweet little name for a sweet little pup.
Meaning “blooming,” Chloe is a Greek name with a perennial pedigree.
Made famous by the folk song “My Darling Clementine,” this vintage name is perfect for pups with orange coats.
As in four-leaf clover—because you’re both so lucky to have each other!
Peter Cottontail was a rabbit, but we like this name for all fluffy white creatures.
You can never go wrong with baby animal names. But if your little Cub is going to grow to bear-like proportions, this one is extra fun.
Don’t worry — your little Dove will never leave the nest!
This one is sure to quack everyone up at the dog park.
May’s birthstone is a beauty, and also a fun nod to the season’s greenery.
For a spicier version of Emerald, consider the Spanish word for the green gemstone.
The vernal equinox marks the beginning of spring. For short, Nox is punchy and preppy.
Meaning “blossoming,” Florence is a classic name that feels as fresh as the season itself.
‘Tis the season for all things sweet and fluffy!
The Norse goddess of spring would be happy to lend her name to your bright-eyed bestie.
We don’t think the bees will mind if you borrow a little Honey for your pup.
This bunny-inspired name is perfect for pooches with a spring in their step, such as Jack Russells.
A preppy boy’s name, this nature-inspired option is particularly fitting for hunting breeds, such as Labrador Retrievers.
Whether you shorten this cutie to Lady or Bug, you can’t go wrong.
Laurel trees celebrate the beginning of spring with fragrant white blossoms.
Meaning “of spring,” Laverna is deeply rooted in the season.
Spanish for “butterfly,” Mariposa is perfect for the pet who makes your heart flutter.
Perhaps spring’s most memorable month, May also makes for a short-and-sweet name.
Another “Peter Rabbit” character, Mopsy is a playful pick for dog breeds with shaggy “mops” of hair, such as Old English Sheepdogs.
“Matrix” fans will love this Greek-derived name, which means “new.”
Meaning “little spring,” this French name is très bien.
For a divinely beautiful name, consider the Greek goddess of spring.
No new puppy parent wants to find puddles on the kitchen floor. But the name is a cute reference to April’s flower-bringing showers.
Is there anything as peaceful as a nice spring rain? Every time you say your pup’s name, you’ll be ready to open the windows and soak in the season.
If rain is too dreary, consider its more colorful cousin, Rainbow.
This unisex name is a chirpy choice for male dogs and females alike.
Why overthink it? The season itself offers a lovely, nature-inspired option.
A diminutive darling, this perfect puppy name is ideal for any itty-bitty breed.
Whether you’re a fan of “X-Men” or spring weather, Storm is a strong choice.
For the pet who never fails to brighten up your day.
The willow tree is beloved for its waterfall of springtime blossoms.
A Greek name meaning “to sparkle,” Amaryllis is also a flower symbolizing strength and determination.
Blooming in early spring, azaleas are fun, fresh namesakes. (Just ask Australian rapper Iggy Azalea!)
For the pup whose sweet personality is always in full-bloom.
Although a rare flower name, Geri “Ginger Spice” Halliwell named her baby girl after the springtime bloom.
An appropriate floral name for your best bud.
This cheery flower is especially great for golden-coated dogs, as well as petite pups.
A Greek name meaning “beautiful,” Calla is also a type of lily.
A daisy-like flower, Cosmo also calls to mind the iconic “Seinfeld” character, Cosmo Kramer.
One of spring’s most iconic flowers, Daffodil shortens sweetly to Daffy.
Vibrant and cheerful, these gorgeous flowers have plenty in common with man’s best friend.
When it comes to spring-inspired dog names, Daisy is a darling.
The French word for “flower” has a certain je ne sais quoi.
Can’t pick just one flower? Pick them all with this catch-all name!
The hyacinth flower symbolizes joy and sincerity, which dogs specialize in.
A Greek name meaning “rainbow,” Iris is also the name of a beautiful purple perennial.
Are floral names a little too dainty for your four-legged friend? Consider Ivy, which has an edge.
This classic English name references the delicate purple flower.
If Lily or Lavender feel too common, Lilac may be the perfect name for flower-loving pet parents.
This timeless name is especially lovely for white pups.
A pretty pick for any pup, Marigold is a natural namesake for Golden Retrievers. (For a nickname, try Goldie!)
Orchid flowers symbolize love, beauty, and strength, virtues that our canine companions are well-versed in.
Pansy Parkinson is a Slytherin in the “Harry Potter” universe, but don’t hold that against the popular flower.
A charming name for any pup who reminds you to stop and smell spring’s sweetness.
This vintage term for a small bouquet is adorable for compact canines.
Meaning “first rose,” Primrose is an English name that calls to mind spring’s early risers.
Would a Rose by any other name smell as sweet? Well, it depends what Rose was rolling around in at the dog park…
This early spring bloomer makes for a colorful name.
Popular once again for baby girls, this floral-inspired choice makes for a lovely female dog name.
If your pup has ups, Bunny is right on the (adorably twitchy) nose.
The chocolate company’s mascot is technically a bunny, but we think Cadbury is just as cute for a dog.
Sweet and irresistible, candy and canines have quite a bit in common.
If you’re a fan of food names, Carrot is a fun and unexpected choice for ginger-coated dogs.
For brown-coated dogs, Chocolate is a classic choice.
In honor of the chocolate egg filling, Coconut shortens sweetly to Coco.
Aww! Cupcake is such an adorable pet name, you may need a dozen of them.
Forget the Easter Bunny – we’re excited to meet the Easter Puppy!
This vintage English name shortens to “Egg,” a perfect name for goofball pups.
No matter which flavor your Jellybean is, we’re sure he’s a sweetie.
Have a party pup? Mardi Gras (aka Fat Tuesday) is an indulgent day celebrated before the beginning of Lent.
A true treat for the fluffiest of four-legged friends, Marshmallow is a classic pet name with timeless appeal.
Meaning “born at Easter,” Pascual is a festive choice with a bonus dose of spring swagger.
Peeps are an iconic Easter confection — and Peep the Pup is sure to be just as legendary.
A nod to Peter Cottontail, this common boy’s name is hilarious when applied to pups.
Another great pick for dogs who love to jump. Hippity hoppity, your dog Rabbit is on the way!
This preppy unisex name calls to mind the peanut butter-filled treats.
Sugar is sweet, and so are dogs!
Date-inspired names can be a fun way to commemorate a special day, such as Easter Sunday.
Short for afikomen, the name given to the middle piece of matzo at the Seder table.
Expect Brisket the Pup to be hanging around during Seder, hoping to get a piece of the braised beef.
During Passover, an extra glass of wine is set out for the prophet Elijah.
If you were ever going to name your dog after a casserole, this is the one. Kugel the Doodle? Brilliant.
Frequently served at Passover, gefilte fish is a traditional dish.
Plenty of dogs are named Potato and Pancake. But Latke combines the best of both worlds for a memorable moniker.
Maror is a term for the bitter herbs traditionally served on the Seder plate.
This flatbread is an important part of Passover, during which leavened bread is forbidden.
Is matzo a little too bland for your bestie? Everyone’s favorite matzo recipe kicks things up a notch!
The Seder meal is the ritual feast that begins the Passover holiday.