Share

Names for Bull Terrier Dogs

 
By Josie F. Turner, Journalist specialized in Animal Welfare. Updated: October 3, 2016
Names for Bull Terrier Dogs

Animal file: English Bull Terrier

If you're thinking about adopting a Bull Terrier, you must know that taking in a dog - or any other pet - into your home is a great responsibility; as their owner, you'll have to offer your dog a good shelter, cover all their physical, mental and social needs and provide for their overall well-being.

Bull Terriers are a dog breed known for their oval-shaped head and their almost triangular eyes. Their many other physical and behavioral traits, such as their independence and cheerful manner. Overall, Bull Terriers are great dogs to be friends with.

One of your first choices when you adopt a pet is naming them; here at AnimalWised we want to help you with your choice, so we'll offer a selection of names for Bull Terrier dogs. Read on!

You may also be interested in: Names for Pit Bull Dogs

Traits of Bull Terriers

Bull Terriers are strong dogs. they have short hair and very developed muscles, which make them look very robust and even aggressive. Nonetheless, this is a human trait; aggressive dogs are almost exclusively the result of bad training or mistreatment from their owners. Still, Bull Terriers are classified as potentially dangerous dogs in some countries.

While Bull Terriers require discipline and a good training, they have stable temperaments and they're usually gentle with people, as well as loyal, brave and active. They are usually very playful and close to their owners; Bull Terriers ask to be paid constant attention and they hate being alone.

All these characteristics of the Bull Terrier breed can be very useful to choose a good name for our new pet.

Names for Bull Terrier Dogs - Traits of Bull Terriers

Why is naming a pet important?

Choosing a name for a pet is not a trivial thing; it can make the training process easier. That process should begin when the dog is four months old. However, the dog's name should be used as soon as possible so that they learn to recognize it early on.

If you want your Bull Terrier to learn their name quickly, it's better if it's not too short - monosyllabic - or too long - more than three syllables. Moreover, its pronunciation should not resemble any basic orders, since that might confuse the dog.

Names for Bull Terrier Dogs - Why is naming a pet important?

Names for female Bull Terrier Dogs

We recommend choosing a name that fits your Bull Terrier's personality, or perhaps a woman's name that reminds you of their strong and elegant lines. Our favorites include:

  • Athena
  • Bailey
  • Buffy
  • Carmilla
  • Cassie
  • Candy
  • China
  • Cleo
  • Dakota
  • Dozer
  • Flora
  • Griddle
  • Jazz
  • Jett
  • Kali
  • Kira
  • Lola
  • Luna
  • Mara
  • Mina
  • Nina
  • Olympia
  • Pepper
  • Phoebe
  • Poison
  • Rogue
  • Rookie
  • Rosie
  • Sabrina
  • Sasha
  • Shadow
  • Sharon
  • Sienna
  • Sira
  • Stella
  • Storm
  • Tara
  • Tiffany
  • Yara
  • Zara
Names for Bull Terrier Dogs - Names for female Bull Terrier Dogs

Names for male Bull Terriers

  • Arnold
  • Baloo
  • Beast
  • Black
  • Bones
  • Buddy
  • Cannoli
  • Chaos
  • Charlie
  • Chocolat
  • Darko
  • Dexter
  • Doctor
  • Draco
  • Felix
  • Gringo
  • Iron
  • Kendo
  • Loco
  • Maximus
  • Mazinger
  • Melon
  • Milo
  • North
  • Oscar
  • Ozzy
  • Riley
  • Rocky
  • Rufus
  • Rusty
  • Scar
  • Tyson
  • Ulysses
  • Victor
  • Winston
  • Zeus
Names for Bull Terrier Dogs - Names for male Bull Terriers

Still haven't found a good name?

If you haven't found a good name for your Bull Terrier, we recommend you check out our other lists of pet names:

If we forgot your favorite name, please tell us in the comments section.

If you want to read similar articles to Names for Bull Terrier Dogs, we recommend you visit our Names category.

Write a comment

Add an image
Click to attach a photo related to your comment
What did you think of this article?

Names for Bull Terrier Dogs
1 of 5
Names for Bull Terrier Dogs

Back to top