For a list of wonderful Spanish Dog Names, check out our list just below! These names are of Spanish and/or Latin origin and are authentic names for men and women in Spanish-speaking countries all over the world. We have selected names that we thought would suit dogs particularly well and have gathered them for you here.
Spanish breeds like the Ibizian Hound, Spanish Mastiff or Spanish Water Dog would all sound great with an authentic Spanish name, but also the Havanese from Cuba, the Chihuahua or Xolo from Mexico and many other breeds from Latin American countries would be well-suited to a Spanish name. Scour our list to find the perfect name for your new puppy!
Spanish Dog Names for Male Dogs
Alano (AH-LAH-NO) Spanish variant of the name Alan
Alejandro (AHL-LAH-HAHN-DRO) Spanish version of Alexander, which means “one who defends mankind”
Benedicto (BAY-NAY-DEEK-TO) Name which means “blessed” in Latin (benedictus). Was also given to the the monk who began the Benedictine order.
Blasio (BLAH-SEE-O) Spanish form of the name Blaise. A martyr from the 4th century had this name.
Camilo (CAH-MEE-LO) Male version of Camilla (pure)
Carlos (CAR-LOHS) Spanish version of Charles
César (SAY-SAHR) Caesar
Crisóforo (KREE-SO-FOR-RO) Christopher, to bear Christ
Cristián (KREES-TEE-AHN) Christian, follower of Christ
Diego (DEE-A-GO) A pet form of the Spanish name Jaime, which means James.
Emilio (A-MEE-LEE-O) Thought to come from the term “amal: which means “to work.”
Faustino (FOUSE-TEE-NO) Bringer of good luck
Fortunato (FOR-TOO-NAH-TO )fortunate, prosperous
García (GAHR-SEE-AH) Possibly means fox. First used as a surname, but is now also commonly used for given names as well.
Guillermo (GHEE-YARE-MO) Spanish form of William, which means “protector”
Héctor (AYK-TOR) A shortened form of Rudolf, which means “famous wolf”
Jorge (HOR-HAY) Spanish form of George, which means “worker of earth, farmer”
José (HO-SAY) variant of Joseph, husband to Mary
Julio (HOO-LEE-O) Spanish form of Julius, meaning “youth”
Lorenzo (LOW-REN-ZO) Lawrence
Máximo (MAHKS-EE-MO) means “greatest”
Pasqual (PAHS-KWALL) Originally, this name comes from the Hebrew word for Passover, and was later adopted by the Latin. which means “of Easter.” Paco is a pet name for Pasqual.
Paulo (POW-LO) Spanish Variation for Paul
Pedro (PAY-DRO) Peter
Raúl (RAH-OOL) Ralph
Roberto (RO-BARE-TO) Robert, which means “bright with fame”
Sergio (SARE-HEE-O) from the Latin Sergius
Tito (TEE-TO) most likely means “to honor”
Venturo (BANE-TOO-RO) means “good fortune”
Spanish Dog Names for Female Dogs
Amora (AH-MOR-RAH) from the Spanish word for love, “amor”
Anabel (AH-NAH-BELL) compound name, bringing Ana (full of grace) and Belia (beautiful) together
Belia (BAY-LEE-AH) means “beautiful”
Camelia (CAH-MAY-LEE-Ah) virgin, unblemished, pure
Carina (KAH-REE-NAH) affection
Consuelo (CONE-SWAY-LO) consolation
Corazon (KOR-AH-ZONE) Heart
Dahlia (DAH-LEE-AH) A popular flower that grows in Mexico
Elena (AY-LAY-NAH) Helen
Esmerelda (AYCE-MAY-RALL-DAH) Emerald
Esperanza (AYCE-PAY-RAHN-ZAH) Hope, expectation
Francisca (FRAHN-SEES-KAH) Feminine form of Francisco
Guadalupe (GWAH-DAH-LOO-PAY) means “valley of the wolf”
Isabela (EE-SAH-BELL-AH) Spanish variation for Elizabeth, which means “God is my oath”
Jazmín (HAHZ-MEEN) Jasmine
Laura (LAH-OO-RAH) derived from the Italian word for laurel (laurus)
Linda (LEEN-DAH) Pretty
Macaria (MAH-CAH-REE-AH) Blessed
Magdalena (MAHG-DAH-LAY-NAH) Comes from Mary Magdalene. Magdala is a place near Galilee
Marcia (MAR-SEE-AH) Feminine form of Marcus or Marcius. Chicha is a pet form that might also be cute for a dog.
Maria (MAH-REE-AH) Spanish form of Mary. The most popular Spanish feminine name.
Maribel (MAH-REE-BELL) A compound name that means “beautiful Maria”
Milagros (MEE-LAH-GROSS) means “miracle”
Nina (NEE-NAH) A pet name for many longer names, including Cristina
Paloma (PAH-LO-MAH) dove
Rita (REE-TAH) Pet form of Margarita, which means “pearl”
Rosa (RO-SAH) Spanish for “rose”
Rosabel (RO-SAH-BELL) a compound name, which together means “beautiful rose”
Soledad (SO-LAY-DAHD) means solitude
Don’t miss our Names for Dogs page for links to thousands of other great dog names listed on our site by theme.