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Did Your Pet’s Name Make It To The Most Popular List? (2018)

Did Your Pet’s Name Make It To The Most Popular List? (2018)

Most Popular Dog and Cat Names in 2018

Move over Fido and Fluffy. Here come Max and Lucy. Find out what the most popular dog and cat names were in 2018, including ones based on a popular TV show! Did your pet’s name make the list?

Dog Names

According to Rover.com, the following were the most popular dog names in 2018:

Female Male
1. Bella 1. Max
2. Lucy 2. Charlie
3. Luna 3. Cooper
4. Daisy 4. Buddy
5. Lola 5. Jack
6. Sadie 6. Rocky
7. Molly 7. Duke
8. Bailey 8. Bear
9. Maggie 9. Tucker
10. Stella 10. Oliver

Cat Names

According to FindCatNames.com, the following were the most popular cat names in 2018:

Female Male
1. Luna 1. Oliver
2. Chloe 2. Leo
3. Bella 3. Charlie
4. Lucy 4. Milo
5. Lily 5. Max
6. Sophie 6. Jack
7. Lola 7. George
8. Zoe 8. Simon
9. Cleo 9. Loki
10. Nala 10. Simba

Top 5 “Game of Thrones” Pet Names:

  1. Tryion
  2. Ghost
  3. Hodor
  4. Khaleesi
  5. Brienne

Did your pet’s make the list of most popular dog and cat names? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • April says:

    Why are we looking at 2018 pet names in 2020?

  • Michael Collver says:

    My Border Collie’s name is Duncan Aberlour Wallace Glenlivet(DAWG)! Call him Duncan!

  • Lorie Naylor says:

    Nope. I have a dog Harley Earl, and 2 cats Patty and Chloe. ❤️❤️❤️

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