If you’re looking for some ideas for the most popular Rottweiler dog names for your new dog or puppy, we’ve got an excellent selection for you.
Many new and popular dog names have been inspired by Covid-19, as well as celebrity trends.
Here are some of the top Rottweiler dog names for 2021!
Most popular boy Rottweiler dog names
Last year, the most popular boy dog names included Charlie, Max, Cooper, Buddy, and Milo. In 2021, these names are still at the top of the list, in addition to lots of others:
Most popular female Rottweiler dog names
Among last year’s most popular female dog names were Lola, Daisy, Bella, Luna, and Lucy. These names continue to be popular in 2021, including many other favorites:
Most popular cute dog names
If you’re looking for a cute name for your dog, here are some ideas of the most popular cute names to choose from this year:
Most popular tough dog names
If giving your dog a tough name is more your style – and this can be quite funny if you’ve got a small dog – here are some ideas for you:
Most popular food dog names
Some people love funny names, and that includes naming their dog after their favorite food. If that’s you, try one of these on for size:
Covid-related dog names
The pandemic caused by COVID-19 has brought about many changes, including how people are naming their pets.
Covi is the most popular Covid-inspired name (its popularity is up by 1,159%). The next favorite is Rona (whose popularity rose by 69%), followed by Corona (24% more popular) and Covie.
Other dog names inspired by Covid are Covid, Fauci, Cyrus, Panda, Hoarder, Hugger, Vax, Vaccine, and even one dog called Rona Von Covid.
With disinfectants becoming more popular, so have dog names that are inspired by cleaning products. Take, for example:
- Roxy (instead of Clorox)
- Stimmy (short for stimulus check)
Popular drink-inspired names for dogs
Another result of the pandemic is that for many people, it’s always wine o’clock. Engagement with social media brands related to alcohol has gone up by more than 300 percent in recent months, with wine and beer being the favorites. While Corona beer stopped production because of its unfortunate name, there are other drinks for you to take inspiration from for naming your dog:
- Zinfandel (or Zin for short)
- Budweiser (or Buddy for short)
Popular baking-inspired names for dogs
Many of us have turned to home baking during these times. So here are some dog names that have grown in popularity as a result. Some are from easy recipes, and others from difficult-to-find ingredients. Comfort foods are popular names, too. Consider these:
- Flour or Flower
TV show names for dogs
You may have been watching a lot of Netflix series such as Tiger King on your bed with your dog (thank you Chasing Tails for the doggie ramp!) While you lounge about with your pet, you may find yourself tempted to name your dog after a popular character or form of entertainment:
- Disney Plus
- Tiger King
Celebrity dog names
Last year, celeb names such as Chrissy, Kanye, Mila, and Jay-Z were trending up. These names continue to be popular this year, along with some ‘cool’ dog names like:
Home-schooling inspired names for dogs
As distance learning has become the norm this past year, there are now some dog names along the theme of working – and learning – from home. Here are some examples:
- Cate or Eddie (referring to education)
- Stud (short for study)
Apps and video game names for dogs
While isolated at home, more of us have been online playing games or using various apps. With the popularity of these games, many of these names have found their way into people’s homes:
- Nintendo Switch (or Switch for short)