Police Dog Names

Sniffing out and chasing down criminals, police dogs play a big role in our justice system. Set your dog up for a life of law and order by selecting one of these police dog names.

Police Dog Names

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All Police Dog Names

  • Ace
    Often used in law enforcement, it signifies top performance and bravery.
  • Agents are often associated with law enforcement and investigative roles.
  • Aid
    Law enforcement often uses this moniker due to its association with assistance and protection.
  • Aim
    Law enforcement often uses this term to denote precision and focus.
  • Ammo refers to ammunition, commonly associated with law enforcement and their firearms.
  • Law enforcement often uses protective gear, symbolizing strength and security.
  • Law enforcement often uses this term when apprehending criminals.
  • Law enforcement officers often wear badges as a symbol of their authority.
  • Law enforcement officers often carry clubs for protection, inspiring this canine moniker.
  • Law enforcement often uses beanbag rounds for non-lethal force, inspiring this canine moniker.
  • Law enforcement officers often wear utility belts, inspiring this canine moniker.
  • Associations with law enforcement tools and tactics, specifically the baton often called a "blackjack".
  • Uniforms and sirens often associated with law enforcement are this color.
  • Associations with speed, strength, and protection often link it to law enforcement canine units.
  • Law enforcement often uses this term, associating it with speed and strength.
  • Reflects a high-ranking, authoritative position often associated with law enforcement.
  • Associations with detective work and solving cases often inspire this moniker for canine companions.
  • Relates to a popular model of patrol car often used by law enforcement.
  • Derived from a common command given during law enforcement activities.
  • Refers to a high-ranking position often associated with law enforcement.
  • Derived from popular TV show "CHiPs" featuring highway patrol officers.
  • Associations with firearms and law enforcement often inspire this canine moniker.
  • Often associated with law enforcement's use of nightsticks or batons.
  • Military ranks are often used for working dogs, reflecting their discipline and training.
  • Refers to a high-ranking role often associated with law enforcement agencies.
  • Corporal is a rank in law enforcement and military hierarchies.
  • Law enforcement often uses sharp, strong names for their canine units, reflecting their precision and power.
  • Officers often name their K9 partners after swift, action-oriented words, reflecting their agility and speed.
  • Relates to law enforcement's role in apprehending and holding suspects.
  • Detectives are integral to law enforcement, often symbolizing investigative prowess and authority.
  • Law enforcement often uses gloves for evidence handling, making it a common association.
  • Gun
    Law enforcement often uses firearms, associating the name with their line of work.
  • Relates to law enforcement's tool for restraining suspects.
  • Associations with protective gear often used by law enforcement personnel inspire this canine moniker.
  • Refers to a common item used by law enforcement to carry their firearms.
  • Inspector is a rank in law enforcement, often associated with detective work.
  • Law enforcement often uses sharp, strong words for their canine units, symbolizing precision and power.
  • Reflects toughness and resilience often associated with law enforcement canines.
  • Law enforcement often uses high-tech equipment, and lasers represent this advanced technology.
  • Reflects the action-oriented, assertive nature often associated with law enforcement roles.
  • Reflects a rank commonly found within law enforcement agencies.
  • Major is often associated with ranks in military and law enforcement.
  • Relates to law enforcement's strength, discipline, and combat readiness.
  • Officer is a rank often associated with law enforcement roles.
  • Often used in law enforcement communication, suggesting a connection to service dogs.
  • Officers often refer to their canine companions as their partners in law enforcement duties.
  • Relates to law enforcement activities involving monitoring and securing areas.
  • Associations with law enforcement weaponry make it a popular choice for canine companions of officers.
  • Law enforcement often uses terms related to firearms and force, which includes "projectile".
  • Law enforcement often uses radios for communication, inspiring this canine moniker.
  • Ram
    Often associated with strength and enforcement, commonly used in law enforcement agencies.
  • Law enforcement often uses this term to refer to training or shooting areas.
  • Ranger is often associated with law enforcement roles, symbolizing protection and authority.
  • Associations with law enforcement often involve firearms, hence the canine moniker.
  • Sap
    Derived from "sap", a tool used by law enforcement for non-lethal force.
  • Sarge is often associated with a rank in law enforcement, suggesting authority and discipline.
  • Relates to law enforcement's use of scanning devices for investigations.
  • Refers to precision and vigilance, qualities often associated with law enforcement canines.
  • Sergeant is a rank often used in law enforcement agencies.
  • Sheriff is a high-ranking law enforcement official, making it a fitting name for a dog.
  • Symbolizes protection and law enforcement, often associated with canine units.
  • Often used in law enforcement, it refers to a bullet, symbolizing strength and protection.
  • Associations with pepper spray used in law enforcement give this name its connection.
  • Squad refers to a group of law enforcement officers, often associated with K9 units.
  • Refers to a common term for a gun or holster used by law enforcement.
  • Associations with non-lethal force tools like stun guns used in law enforcement.
  • Often used in law enforcement, it signifies control and influence.
  • Law enforcement often uses this tool for non-lethal force during arrests.
  • Law enforcement often uses "trace" in investigations, implying tracking or searching.
  • Often used in law enforcement, it signifies a journey or patrol, reflecting a canine's role in such operations.
  • Relates to law enforcement ranks, symbolizing strength, loyalty, and protection.
  • Law enforcement officers often wear protective gear known as vests.
  • Law enforcement often uses tools for protection and enforcement, making 'Weapon' a fitting canine moniker.
  • Zip
    Often used in law enforcement, suggesting speed and efficiency.

Guard Dog Names

If you've got a classic protector breed and you want to make sure nobody messes with you, check out these fierce guard dog names. They're all about the bite, as well as the bark!

Meaning: A Persian word meaning 'He who rules
Meaning: An Italian word for patrician.
Meaning: Greek word meaning imperator.
Meaning: Title of tribal protector in Arabic.
Meaning: Feudal Scottish title of rank.
Meaning: Malian Emperor.
Meaning: Title for an Arab leader in Arabian Peninsula.
Meaning: Great courage in the face of great danger.
Meaning: People who landed with good social position.
Meaning: Member of the highest Hindu caste.
Meaning: French word meaning son of king.
Meaning: The infamous American outlaw.

Military Dog Names

The military trains everything we expect to see in our dogs: strength, loyalty and discipline. If you've got a larger, more powerful breed, try these military dog names on for size!

Meaning: a lawman with the rank of sergeant
Meaning: Spear Strength
Meaning: Defender Of The People
Meaning: From Rome, Italy
Meaning: Henry H. Arnold was a famous five-star general who was taught to fly by the Wright Brothers and became U.S. commanding general of the armed forces during World War II.
Meaning: Originally it meant 'female warrior' in Latin, but it's had a pop culture revival thanks to the character Bellatrix Lestrange in the 'Harry Potter' series.
Meaning: woman of victory
Meaning: serious
Meaning: marvelous victory
Meaning: courageous
Meaning: courageous in battle
Meaning: free man

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How popular are Police Dog Names?

Police Dog Names currently rank in 74th place out of all PupNames.com categories.

As of July 2024, Police 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 Police Dog Names?

These Police Dog Names range from cute to badass, and from traditional to unique. Click each circle to see the name.

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

Launcher 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 Chase.

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

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

The states that love Police Dog Names the most are Oklahoma, Hawaii and Montana.

The least amount of interest in this category was registered in New Mexico, Arkansas and Washington.

Which countries have the most love for Police Dog Names?

Here's a world map showing the popularity in each country of Police Dog Names.

Who'd have thought?! Some of the countries you might not have thought about that LOVE Police Dog Names are Guinea-Bissau, Montenegro and Isle of Man.

On the flip, PupNames data shows there's not much interest in China, Singapore and Finland.

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