Country Dog Names

Country makes us think of summer, the outdoors and good times. So even if you're not from the deep south, one of these country dog names might fit your pup like a glove!

Country Dog Names

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All Country Dog Names

  • Abigail is often associated with rural, rustic charm and traditional Southern values.
  • Ada
    Often associated with rural areas, it's popular among farming communities and evokes a rustic charm.
  • Jason Aldean is a popular American singer known for his southern music style.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas and southern charm, reminiscent of small-town life.
  • This name is often associated with rural settings and western themes, such as the musical "Annie Get Your Gun".
  • Arlen is associated with rural areas and popular among Southern U.S. dog owners.
  • The city is renowned for its Southern charm and strong ties to folk traditions.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas and southern charm, reminiscent of Augusta, Georgia.
  • Named after Texas' capital, it reflects the state's strong association with cowboy culture and southern charm.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas and southern charm.
  • Farmers often raise pigs, a common source of this breakfast food, in rural areas.
  • Often associated with rural areas, it's a popular choice for farm dogs.
  • Bandit evokes images of outlaws and wild west themes often associated with rural, cowboy culture.
  • This name is often associated with a popular instrument in folk and bluegrass music.
  • It's often associated with rural areas and farming communities, reflecting a rustic lifestyle.
  • BB
    Often associated with southern charm and rustic simplicity, often used in rural areas.
  • Often associated with Southern charm and gentlemanly manners, it's popular among rural, cowboy culture.
  • Belle is often associated with Southern charm and rural simplicity.
  • Associations with rural, rustic charm and famous country singer Tony Bennett make it popular for dogs.
  • Associations with rural, rustic settings and popular Southern names make it so.
  • Associations with rural areas and popular Southern figures give it a rustic charm.
  • Associations with famous singer Billy Ray Cyrus, known for his rural, Southern music style.
  • Popular singer Blake Shelton's influence in rural music genres inspires this association.
  • Blanche is often associated with rural, southern charm and simplicity.
  • Many rural folks name their dogs after colors, and blue is a popular choice.
  • Bo
    Associations with Southern charm and rural simplicity make this a popular choice for canine companions.
  • He's a character from "The Dukes of Hazzard," a show set in rural Georgia.
  • Bob
    It's often associated with rural, down-to-earth simplicity and classic American culture.
  • It reflects rural Southern U.S. naming traditions, often combining two first names.
  • It's often associated with Southern charm and classic American folk tales.
  • It's often associated with rural areas and Southern charm, reminiscent of famous country musicians.
  • It's associated with Daniel Boone, a famous American pioneer and explorer.
  • This name is associated with a popular Southern whiskey, reflecting rural American culture.
  • Boyd is often associated with rural areas and southern charm, common in country culture.
  • Named after a popular Missouri city known for its vibrant music scene, especially bluegrass and southern gospel.
  • Brick evokes images of rustic, sturdy construction often associated with rural settings.
  • Often associated with rural areas, it's derived from old English for badger, a common wildlife in such regions.
  • Associations with earthy tones, rustic settings, and common livestock colors inspire this canine moniker.
  • It's often associated with rural activities like hunting and outdoor sports.
  • Bud
    Associations with rural life, farming, and popular beer brands give it a rustic, down-to-earth vibe.
  • Hunting and firearms are often associated with rural, rustic lifestyles.
  • Associations with rural dairy farming and southern cooking traditions inspire this canine moniker.
  • This name is often associated with Southern charm and rural simplicity.
  • Named after the southern U.S. states, it reflects rural charm and southern heritage.
  • The name is inspired by popular American singer-songwriter, Carrie Underwood, known for her country music.
  • Johnny Cash, a renowned American singer, was a significant figure in the genre.
  • It reflects rural activities like hunting and herding, often involving dogs.
  • Kenny Chesney is a popular American singer known for his contributions to Southern music.
  • This name is associated with western culture and cowboy traditions.
  • Clayton is often associated with rural areas and southern charm.
  • This name is often associated with Southern charm and rural American values.
  • Associations with rural life and famous singer Nat King Cole give it a rustic vibe.
  • This title often refers to leaders in rural, southern areas, evoking a rustic charm.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas, where horses and firearms, both called colts, are common.
  • Named after popular American singer Conway Twitty, known for his country music.
  • Associations with rural activities like hunting and mining make it a rustic, outdoorsy choice.
  • This name is often associated with rural settings and simplicity, making it popular among dog owners in pastoral areas.
  • Cowboys are iconic figures in rural, western settings, often associated with farming and ranching.
  • Daisy May reflects rural charm and Southern belle elegance, often associated with pastoral settings.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas and western culture, popular among dog owners in these regions.
  • Deacon is often associated with Southern Baptist churches, prevalent in rural, American regions.
  • Della is often associated with rural, southern charm and simplicity.
  • Associations with the Southern U.S., particularly the Mississippi River region, inspire this canine moniker.
  • Dixie refers to the Southern U.S. states, often associated with rural and cowboy culture.
  • The name is inspired by famous American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton, known for her contributions to music genre.
  • Popular in rural areas, it's often associated with Western films and cowboy culture.
  • It's associated with Dwight Yoakam, a famous American singer-songwriter known for his contributions to the bluegrass genre.
  • Earlie evokes images of rural life and early morning farm routines.
  • Eli
    Eli is often associated with rural, rustic settings and traditional southern charm.
  • He's named after a famous American singer known for his Southern roots and rockabilly style.
  • Religious and spiritual themes are prevalent in rural and southern cultures, inspiring pet names.
  • It's associated with famous singer-songwriter Brooks, known for his popular western music.
  • This name is inspired by a southern U.S. state known for its rural charm and hospitality.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas and rustic simplicity.
  • Reflects rural values of honor, pride, and reverence often associated with patriotic sentiments.
  • Gracie is often associated with rural, southern charm and simplicity.
  • Grady is often associated with rural areas and Southern American culture.
  • This name is often associated with rustic, southern charm and traditional American values.
  • Popular in rural areas, it's often associated with Southern charm and simplicity.
  • Associations with rural areas and famous bluegrass musician Grover Cleveland.
  • Gumbo is a popular Southern dish, reflecting rural, rustic charm often associated with canine names.
  • Gunner is often associated with hunting and outdoor activities, popular in rural, southern areas.
  • Hallie is often associated with rural, southern charm and simplicity.
  • Famous musicians like Williams and Snow popularized it in rural, southern music culture.
  • Associations with ruggedness, resilience, and outdoorsy lifestyles often found in rural settings inspire this canine moniker.
  • Harley is often associated with rural, rugged charm and American motorcycle culture.
  • This name is often associated with rural, rustic charm and southern American culture.
  • Often associated with rustic, natural elements and Southern charm, evoking images of peaceful, rural life.
  • This name reflects Texas's rich cowboy and western heritage.
  • Huckleberry is associated with rural areas and nature, often found in American Southern literature.
  • This name reflects rural traditions of tracking and capturing game, often involving dogs.
  • Ida
    This name is often associated with rural, southern charm and simplicity.
  • Popular among rural communities, it's often associated with famous country singer Alan Jackson.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas and southern charm.
  • Jed
    Jed is often associated with rural, southern U.S. culture and lifestyle.
  • Named after Thomas Jefferson, a prominent figure in American rural history.
  • Jethro is associated with rural, southern charm, often linked to American folk culture.
  • She's named after popular American singer-songwriter Jo Dee Messina.
  • This name is inspired by rural, southern culture, often associated with the classic TV show "The Waltons."
  • It's associated with Fort Knox in Kentucky, a region known for its rural, southern charm.
  • Lee
    Famous country musicians and Southern culture often use this moniker.
  • Derived from southern roots, it's often associated with rustic charm and simplicity.
  • Named after famed singer Loretta Lynn, known for her rural, southern music.
  • This name reflects Southern charm and heritage, often associated with rural, rustic settings.
  • Popular in rural areas, it's often associated with classic, down-to-earth charm and simplicity.
  • This name is inspired by rural Southern U.S. culture, often associated with rustic charm and simplicity.
  • Popular in rural areas, it's often associated with classic, rustic charm and simplicity.
  • Magnolia is a common tree in the southern United States, often associated with rural, southern charm.
  • This name is often associated with rural, rustic charm and simplicity.
  • This name is often associated with southern charm and rural simplicity.
  • Named after popular American country singer, Martina McBride.
  • This name is often associated with independent, rebellious characters in Western films.
  • Named after famous American singer-songwriter Tim McGraw, known for his popular Southern tunes.
  • This name reflects the city's deep roots in blues, rock and roll, and southern culture.
  • Merle Haggard, a renowned American singer, popularized this name in the folk music scene.
  • This name is often associated with rural, southern charm and simplicity.
  • Named after popular singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert, known for her love of dogs.
  • This city is renowned for its deep roots in western music and culture.
  • Reflects rural traditions of naming pets after familiar terms of endearment.
  • Opry is inspired by the famous Grand Ole Opry, a weekly American stage concert in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Named after a popular pattern in western-style clothing and Brad Paisley, a famous American singer-songwriter.
  • This name is often associated with outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, common traits in rural areas.
  • Named after Patsy Cline, a renowned American singer known for her classic western music.
  • This name reflects rural areas where peach orchards are common.
  • Often associated with rural cooking spices and farm animals' playful nature.
  • This name reflects rural life, often associated with farming and Southern cuisine.
  • Elvis, a renowned rock and roll icon, was deeply influenced by southern music styles.
  • Randy is often associated with rural, cowboy, or southern culture, popular in country music themes.
  • Named after Reba McEntire, a renowned American singer known for her contributions to western music.
  • This name is often associated with rural, southern charm and simplicity.
  • Popular in rural areas, it's often associated with country music, like the hit song "Ruby" by Kenny Rogers.
  • Rufus is often associated with rural areas and southern charm, making it popular among dog owners in these regions.
  • This name reflects rural Southern charm, often associated with wide open fields and rustic landscapes.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas due to its roots in American folklore and literature.
  • This name is often associated with southern charm and classic American literature.
  • Scout reflects a rural, outdoorsy lifestyle often associated with hunting dogs.
  • She's named after Shania Twain, a renowned singer in the genre.
  • Shelby is associated with rural areas and Southern charm, often linked to American roots and rustic lifestyle.
  • Associations with rustic elegance and British currency give it a rural, sophisticated feel.
  • This name reflects Southern charm and hospitality, often associated with rural, rustic lifestyles.
  • This name is popular in rural, southern regions and often associated with country music.
  • Popularized by singer Tammy Wynette, known as the "First Lady of American Outlaw Country."
  • It's associated with famous American singer-songwriter Tanya Tucker, known for her contributions to folk music.
  • This name is popular in rural areas and often associated with Southern charm and hospitality.
  • Named after popular singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, known for her roots in the genre.
  • Often associated with Theodore Roosevelt, a president known for his rural, outdoorsy lifestyle.
  • This name reflects the state known for its deep roots in folk and bluegrass music.
  • Derived from Matilda, a popular name in rural areas, often associated with simplicity and rustic charm.
  • Popular among rural communities, it's often associated with traditional, rustic lifestyles and Southern charm.
  • Associations with rural tracking and famous singer Trace Adkins inspire this canine moniker.
  • Trapping is a common activity in rural areas, often associated with outdoor, rustic lifestyles.
  • It's associated with singer Trisha Yearwood, known for her contributions to rural music.
  • Often associated with Southern charm and rural simplicity, it's popular among pet owners in rustic settings.
  • This name is inspired by a city in Oklahoma, a state known for its strong cowboy culture.
  • Mark Twain was a famous American author known for his rural settings and characters.
  • This name is often associated with rural areas and southern charm, popular in regions with strong farming traditions.
  • It's often associated with famous American singer-songwriter, Vince Gill.
  • This name is inspired by a rural, southern U.S. state known for its pastoral landscapes.
  • Named after Waylon Jennings, a renowned American singer-songwriter known for his outlaw music style.
  • Whiskey is often associated with rural areas and cowboy culture, making it a popular choice for dog names.
  • It's associated with famous American folk singer Willie Nelson.
  • This name is often associated with rural landscapes and nature, evoking a rustic, pastoral vibe.
  • This name is often associated with rural, rustic settings and popular among farmers or ranchers.
  • Named after Wynonna Judd, a famous American singer known for her roots in southern music.
  • The name is derived from rural dialects and is associated with the classic rural-set film "Old Yeller".

Redneck Dog Names

Redneck dog names have a unique charm and can be a fun and silly way to show tribute to your country roots – or those of your pooch. City slickers look away now!

Meaning: Flower
Meaning: A tropical alcoholic drink made with white rum, coconut cream and pineapple.
Meaning: A classic cocktail made with gin, grenadine and one egg white.
Meaning: From a surname that was originally from an Old English place name meaning "settlement on the River Glyme". A famous bearer of the surname is former American president Bill Clinton (1946-).
Meaning: Another name for illicit alcoholic drinks.
Meaning: Former male student.
BB
Meaning: a small pellet fired from an air rifle or BB gun
Meaning: a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines who ranks above a lieutenant colonel and below a brigadier general
Meaning: A Japanese word that means 'pure rice.' This is a type of sake that's popular in Japan.
Meaning: Russian diminutive of Tatiana. It began to be used in the English-speaking world during the 1930s.
Meaning: Arabic for the eye of the storm.
Meaning: "The Dukes of Hazzard"

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How popular are Country Dog Names?

Country Dog Names currently rank in 87th place out of all PupNames.com categories.

As of June 2024, country dog names are trending down with new puppy owners. Our stats suggest that they are less fashionable than they were at this time last year.

We've seen quite a lot of variation for this category, which suggests its popularity could be seasonal or based on cultural events.

Which are the cutest and most unique Country Dog Names?

These country dog names range from cute to badass, and from traditional to unique. Click each circle to see the name.

Tilly is among the cutest of these. If you prefer tougher, edgier dog names, the one considered the most badass is Duke.

Opry scored high for its uniqueness, which would help your dog to stand out. But if you prefer more common, old-fashioned names, the more traditional option here is Billy.

How does interest compare across the United States for Country Dog Names?

The map below compares each state by the number of people browsing Country Dog Names.

The states that love country dog names the most are Utah, West Virginia and Nebraska.

The least amount of interest in this category was registered in Virginia, North Dakota and Hawaii.

Which countries have the most love for Country Dog Names?

Here's a world map showing the popularity in each country of country dog names.

Who'd have thought?! Some of the countries you might not have thought about that LOVE country dog names are Brunei, Georgia and U.S. Virgin Islands.

On the flip, PupNames data shows there's not much interest in Paraguay, Switzerland and Denmark.

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