Dogs named Bandit tend to be loving, loyal, good-natured, and brave. This name is also associated with companionship, and friendship.
Naming your dog Bandit may suggest that you have a sense of adventure and a bit of a mischievous streak. It could also suggest that you have a fondness for classic films or literature, as the name Bandit is often associated with the character of Robin Hood.
Bandit has two syllables, which is highly recommended by dog trainers. Bandit is a widely loved dog name for good reason. If you like it, go for it!
Bandit is one of the more popular dog names out there. According to our data, Bandit outranks the great majority of names.
Bandit was, in the past month, the 83rd most viewed dog name on PupNames.com.
As of February 2024, Bandit is becoming ever more niche with new puppy owners. Our stats suggest that the name is less fashionable than it was at this time last year.
In general, this name has held steady in popularity with PupNames.com visitors.
In the past week, Bandit was viewed 151 times, and liked 17 times.
The map below shows Bandit's popularity across the United States, according to PupNames data.
Bandit is most adored in Kentucky, South Carolina and Alabama.
By contrast, the name has been shown the least amount of interest in District of Columbia, Maryland and Indiana.
And this world map shows which countries have the greatest love for the name Bandit.
Most popular breeds named Bandit:
- German Shepherd
- Labrador Retriever
- Siberian Husky
- American Pitbull Terrier
- A labrador retriever named Bandit appeared in the comic book We3 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely..
- A bulldog named Bandit featured in the television show Little House on the Prairie.
- A terrier named Bandit featured in the television show Jonny Quest.
Bandit is found in these categories:
Bandit evokes images of outlaws and wild west themes often associated with rural, cowboy culture.
Evokes images of rebellious outlaws and daring heists from classic westerns.
Connotes rebellion, mischief, and adventure, evoking images of a fearless, independent, and daring canine companion.
Mask-like markings often resemble a classic thief's disguise.
The association with stealth, agility, and cunning often attributed to outlaws or "bandits" suits hunting dogs.
Popular during the cowboy era, this moniker screams Wild West nostalgia.
Popularized by canine characters in movies and television shows.
Bandit suggests mischief, adventure, and a bold, fearless spirit.
Popularized by canine characters in old Western films and TV shows.
Bandit screams mischief, adventure, and a dash of daring bravado!