Wearing all white can be hard to pull off—unless you’re a dog, of course! In the canine world, a white coat is fashionable and flattering all year long, and a splash of mud only makes the wearer look cuter. If you’re lucky enough to have a blanc bestie, consider choosing a name that honors their pristine pelt. Whether you’re looking for classic or quirky, French or Finnish, cutesy or bougie, we have names for white dogs of every shape, size and season. Read on for hundreds of perfect white dog names.
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The amaryllis flower blooms in many shades, but is most famously white.
Of Welsh origin, this delicate name means “fair.”
Talk about a bright idea! This uniquely beautiful name is rooted in Latin and means “the warmth of the winter sun.” How cool is that?
For a name with star power, consider the iconic late actress and devoted animal lover!
Meaning “white, pure,” this vintage French name carries “Golden Girls” cred.
A Greek name meaning “beauty,” Calla also references the white lily.
The white camellia flower symbolizes adoration and care.
For a luxe name, consider Cashmere for a fluffy white dog.
Meaning “heavenly,” Celeste calls to mind puffy white clouds.
Whether referencing the French lace or dessert, Chantilly is a sweetie.
As in the sweet white shavings of a coconut.
This gem of a name has luster.
No pup shines quite as bright as your Diamond.
Meaning “divine flower,” this Greek name is pure sweetness.
Don’t let it go! This Disney-inspired name is perfect for the white-blonde pup who can’t get enough of winter weather.
Meaning both “fair” and “noble friend,” Elwen is pup-perfect.
Of Irish origins, meaning “fair-haired.”
A Japanese name meaning “winter child.”
This Hawaiian name means “white snow.”
Perfect for the pup with a slightly off-white coat.
A calendar-inspired name ideal for snow-coated companions.
The jasmine plant has delicate white flowers.
The crisp, cool fabric makes for a fresh choice.
The magnolia tree is known for its gorgeous white flowers. (For short, you can call your Magnolia “Maggie”!)
A nod to Ms. Monroe, whose blonde curls and white dresses are legendary.
This Japanese name means “deep snow.”
A species of night-blooming morning glory, the moonflower vine boasts fragrant white blooms.
Meaning “born on Christmas day,” this Russian name is perfect for snow-coated pups adopted near the holidays.
In Spanish, the state’s name means “covered in snow,” a nod to the region’s snow-capped mountains.
An Irish name meaning “bright” or “snowy.”
Of Latin origin, meaning “snow-white.”
Meaning Christmas, this French name calls to mind snowy landscapes and cozy hearths.
A celestial name for your shining star of a pup.
Meaning “dove” in Spanish and Portuguese, this graceful name symbolizes peace and gentleness.
The phlox flower blooms in a variety of colors, including bright white.
For the white dog who’s a real doll.
The crystalline mineral is most commonly white.
White roses symbolize eternal loyalty.
This sunny name is best for blondes.
In Greek and Roman mythology, Selene is a moon goddess.
In Norse mythology, Skadi is the goddess of winter and the hunt.
From the winter’s snow-white charm to the summer’s sunlit days, this name embraces the brightness that your white pup brings all year round!
An elegant name borrowed from the animal kingdom.
In Finnish, Talvi means “winter.”
We’d like to buy a WOW! The “Wheel of Fortune” hostess would make a fun namesake.
The white vinca flower is a delicate beauty.
Of Latin origin, this vintage name means “winter flower.”
A classic British name meaning “white island.”
A Japanese name meaning “snow.”
In the words of Paul Simon, you can call him Al.
The 49th U.S. state is known for its snow-covered terrain.
If you’re a “Harry Potter” fan, consider Albus; Dumbledore’s first name is Latin for “white.”
Meaning “white” and “noble friend,” Alvi is canine-centric.
Aquilo was the Roman god of the north winds.
Beluga whales are pure white, which enables them to blend into the Arctic terrain with excellent camouflage.
The birch tree has signature white bark.
Although it has fiery connotations, this English name also means “snowstorm.”
In Disney’s “Bolt,” the title character is a white German Shepherd.
For white pups adopted near Halloween, Bones has a spooky air.
A Russian name meaning “wolf” or “snow leopard.”
No need to fear! It’s the paw-fectly adorable name for your ghostly-white furry friend!
Chalk is made from the skeletons of marine plankton, hence the white hue.
This Irish name means “white dove.”
Calling all fans of “The Office”! The quirky character’s name is of Dutch origin, meaning “blonde.”
A Basque name meaning “snow.”
For a snowy name with an adventurous streak, consider Earth’s highest mountain.
White Fang is the eponymous wolf-dog at the center of Jack London’s nostalgic novel.
An Icelandic name meaning “snowdrift.”
Of Gaelic origin, meaning “fair-haired.”
A perfect name for speedy white pups.
An Italian name meaning “cold.”
A Scottish name meaning “white hawk.”
If your pup is as white as a ghost, look no further for a great moniker.
Ideal for big-boned breeds, Igloo comes complete with a fun nickname: Iggy!
An Ancient German name that means “ice sword.”
In Roman mythology, Janus is the god of snow.
The “Game of Thrones” character adopted a white direwolf.
In the “Harry Potter” universe, the Malfoy family boasts infamously white-blonde hair.
This Slavic name means “born in the cold,” and is the original name of Father Frost in Russian folklore.
No need to ask for directions here—North is a natural namesake.
Of “Frozen” fame, this lovable snowman likes warm hugs—just like your pup!
A Finnish name meaning “snowstorm.”
There’s no mystery—Sherlock is an Old English name meaning “bright” or “fair.”
This popular Norwegian name means “winter traveler.”
A preppy boy’s name, Walker is also a sneaky reference to the White Walkers in “Game of Thrones.”
An English name meaning “white man,” Whitman is also a lovely literary reference to the poet Walt Whitman.
Of English origin, this name means “white field.”
A French name meaning “white.”
The Arctic wolf has a gleaming white coat.
Bigfoot’s northern cousin is alleged to have white fur.
An Old English name meaning “winter solstice.”
A pure pick for heaven-sent pups.
Nestled in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, Aspen is famous for its snowy peaks.
This playful name is fun for white dogs with a bubbly personality.
A nod to the friendliest ghost, of course.
This plant-based pick is perfect for puffballs.
A certified cutie pie, this name has timeless appeal.
The beautiful white bird symbolizes peace.
A Welsh name meaning “white as snow.”
This sweet Finnish name means both “white” and “friend.”
While fitting for small breeds, Feather is just as fun for heavyweights!
For the little lamb, or pup, with fleece as white as snow.
Sometimes, there’s no need to overthink it—Fluffy is a canine classic with enduring charm.
For a goofy alternative to Swan, Goose gets us giggling.
Although green, the holly tree is associated with winter and snow-covered leaves.
Like holly, ivy is a charming winter evergreen.
Another evergreen plant, Juniper is also a trendy girl’s name.
This dainty vintage name calls to mind delicate white lace.
This animal-inspired name is the very definition of “cute as a button.”
White lilies symbolize purity and innocence.
A Finnish name meaning “snow.”
Meaning “moon” in both Spanish and Italian, this celestial name is a popular pick for puppies as well as for baby girls.
White opal gemstones symbolize purity and hope.
For a true treasure, consider this precious old-school girl’s name.
White, puffy and sweet, the peony flower might be the perfect namesake for your little furball.
Not many makeup tools have cute names, but powderpuffs are the exception.
While “Powderpuff” may have more of a ring to it, there’s an undeniable adorableness to this unexpected name.
In many cultures, white rabbits are considered good omens.
Many white dog names are winter-related, but Seashell has a sunny vibe.
If Lamb is a little too cutesy, try Sheep on for size.
Once upon a time, you found the perfect Disney name for your own little princess.
For the pup whose white fur and bright personality can light up any room.
For short, you can call your saucy pup “Alf”!
For the white dog with golden highlights.
White bread isn’t the healthiest option, but it’s everyone’s favorite.
The French cheese is similar to the American girl’s name Bri.
Take your pick of sweet nicknames: Butter or Cream!
This off-beat veggie name is as cute as they come.
Cheers! We’d like to propose a toast to fancy pups.
If you’re a white wine fan, add Chardonnay to the naming menu.
With all due respect to the orange varieties, white cheddar simply does it better.
Any way you slice it, Cheesecake is a winner.
This name seems ironic—until you remember white chocolate.
A tropical-inspired name for white pups with a nutty personality.
The delightful French pastries have a playful sweetness that’s befitting of four-legged friends.
A breakfast-inspired option for the early birds (and dogs).
Upon hearing your pup’s name, most people will assume it’s floral—only those in-the-know will get the joke!
Cake’s better half makes for a nom-nom namesake.
Why reinvent the wheel? Marshmallow is a masterpiece.
Hold the lemon and the pie—we’ll just have a big fluffy pile of Meringue.
There is no cheese or pup more beloved than Mozzarella.
So, why name your dog mushroom? Because he’s a fun-guy. (Ba-dum ching!)
For a fresh farmer’s market pick, consider this pale root veggie.
You can’t get any more refreshing than this one!
For short, Pop is just as fun.
Our promise to you: Everyone will smile when they find out that your dog is named Potato.
An unexpected carb for an unbelievable cutie.
If you name your white dog Salt, there’s probably a black dog named Pepper in your future!
For pups adopted during the summer, consider this boardwalk classic.
The translucent soda is also the name of a type of fairy, adding a little magic to the mix.
If Potato sounds too formal, give Spud a try.
Sugar is sweet, and so is your boo!
For a vegan-friendly option, Tofu is tops.
If you have a posh pup, sub in Truffles for Mushroom.
Add a little flavor with Vanilla!
A polar name with icy implications.
The louder you yell it, the more fun the name “AVALANCHE!” becomes.
Perfect for the white dog with tornado-like tendencies.
A cool name for both pups and penguins.
For the fluffiest of furry friends, Cloud is a cutie.
Cumulus clouds are the fluffiest and puffiest of all.
Is Snowflake a little too big for your petite pup? Flurry it is!
For white dogs with shades of gray, Fog fits the bill.
Iconic for snowmen, just as classic for white dogs.
An icy name with gravitas, Glacier is especially fun for low-key doggos who take their time on walks.
For mountainous big breeds, Iceberg tips the scales.
If Iceberg feels too imposing, Icicle might be a better fit.
The personification of winter just so happens to have a doggone great name!
For the white pup who can light up the darkest of days.
You might not like to hear it on the weather forecast, but Misty makes for a bright and sunny dog name.
Nimbus clouds carry snow.
Polar is an especially fun name for white dogs who resemble bears.
As a weather condition, slush is no fun. But as a dog name, Slushy is a sweetie!
For the snow-white dog who loves a good game of fetch.
Every snowflake—and dog!—is unique.
For a wonky weather-related name that’s super fun to say, consider Squall, the term for a sudden wind gust full of snow and/or sleet.
In the “X-Men” universe, Storm has signature pure-white hair and eyes.
The frozen landscape makes for a stark, strong name.
A whiteout occurs when there’s almost no visibility thanks to a combination of snow and wind.
For a seasonal name, Winter is a snappy choice.
Yuki is the Japanese word for snow.
If your pup has a white streak in their fur, consider the “Frozen” heroine with a similar hair pattern.
This classic dog name is perfect for pups with mask-like black markings.
Naming dogs after other animals is always funny—especially if that other animal is a cow (or a skunk)!
A spot-on option for speckled doggos.
In “Pinocchio,” Figaro is Geppetto’s black-and-white cat.
This graphic design term references black-and-white images.
In Disney’s “Pocahontas,” Meeko is a biscuit-loving raccoon.
Disney’s main man is memorably black-and-white.
Who doesn’t love an old-fashioned black-and-white shake?!
Of course, we can’t forget about Mickey’s leading lady.
If your bi-color bestie has paw markings, Mittens is as cute as can be.
A killer name for black-and-white dogs.
The fan-fave cookie makes for a just-as-sweet dog name.
For a skunk-inspired name that doesn’t stink, Pepé Le Pew is at your service.
The two-tone seabird is extra fun for “puffy” pups.
The “X-Men” character has a bright white stripe in her dark hair.
As Tweety knows, the Looney Tunes feline is black and white.
Disney’s resident sea witch boasts black tentacles and bright white hair.
The harmonious symbol is equal parts black and white.
Giddy up! This horse of a different color is a wildly fun choice.
Dog Names That Mean White in Other Languages
- Alba (Latin)
- Baltas (Lithuanian)
- Bán (Gaelic)
- Bela (Slovenia)
- Bianca (Italian)
- Bijela (Croatian)
- Blanc (French)
- Blanco (Spanish)
- Branco (Portuguese)
- Gwyn (Welsh)
- Valkoinen (Finnish)
- Vit (Swedish)
- Weiss (German)
- Zuri (Basque)
White Dog Breeds
If you love snow-coated dogs, consider these dog breeds that can have white fur:
- American Eskimo
- Bichon Frise
- Coton de Tulear
- Dogo Argentino
- Great Pyrenees
- Japanese Spitz
- West Highland Terrier
So there you have it—hundreds of colorful names for your one-of-a-kind white pup! Still searching? We have you covered. Check out 400 of the top dog and puppy names.