Last Updated on June 29, 2021 by Marco
The sky is the limit for dachshund names but we’ve prepped a list of 176 amazing girl wiener dog names your dachshund princess will happily respond to. No list can possibly be extensive enough for something like this, of course. What’s more, many people look for some personal connection when naming their dogs.
However, if you’re looking for something to get you started, you’ll likely find a few interesting options here.
Top 20 Female Dachshund Names
This first list is highly subjective, but here are our favorite 20 names. Some of them are classic German female names but are really just names we feel suit a lady dachs too well. If none of these twenty names tickles your fancy, there are quite a few other female wiener dog names we’ll list below as well.
- Bon Bon
What Makes A Great Girl Wiener Dog Name?
We’ve got more suggestions below, but it is worth pondering – what’s the secret sauce for girl wiener dog names? Yes, you can use any female name or female-sounding word. All unisex words and terms work too.
However, a pet’s name has to something personal and special, just as is the case with people. From that point of view, maybe we can’t really help you. All we can do is brainstorm a bit for you or stir up your creativity. However, ultimately, you are going to have to find a name that speaks to you.
This doesn’t mean that it has to be complicated – it can be exceptionally simple and straightforward. However, it should feel right for you and your girl dachs.
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6 Sausage Inspired Girl Wiener Dog Names
Naturally, we can’t talk about girl wiener dog names without throwing a few sausage puns into the fire. Unfortunately, most of the sausage puns we could think of or find were more suitable for boys. However, there are 6 interesting unisex or female dachshund names as well:
21 German Inspired Dachshund Puppies Names Female Dogs Can Wear Proudly
As you likely know, the dachshund breed comes from Germany. There, these noble dogs have been used as scent hounds for badgers, foxes, and rabbits for hundreds of years.
So, no list about girl wiener dog names can be complete without a few typically German names. We have also tossed in quite a few names of famous Norse and Germanic goddesses cause what can better fit a dachshund than that?
13 legendary Germanic Or Norse Girl Wiener Dog Names To Turn Your Dachs Into A Mighty Goddess
When looking for fascinating girl wiener dog names there’s no reason not to delve a bit into history as well. With dachshunds being a German hunting dog breed, what would make for a better name for your fierce hound than the name of a German war goddess?
Granted, some German names can feel a bit weird in English – we all know the meme about how “unpleasant” German sounds. However, what could be a more suitable name for a female hunting hound than Skadi, for example – the goddess of the hunt? Or Unn, the settler and first female ruler of Iceland?
How about Sigyn, the loving wife of Loki (which works beautifully if you already have a mischievous male dachs at home anyway). Or Lagertha, the fierce and legendary shieldmaiden, Hel, the literal Germanic goddess of the Underworld, or Lady Sif, if you’re looking for something more feminine?
Strange-sounding or not, ancient Germanic names can turn your girl dachs into an outright four-legged valkyrie!
- Ladi Sif
- Freya or Freyja
10 Ancient Egyptian Inspired Girl Wiener Dog Names That Work Surprisingly Well Too
Why Egyptian? What does ancient Egypt have to do with dachshunds? It turns out that some historians have speculated that the dachshund breed originally came to Europe from ancient Egypt.
The theory is based on the many different pictures of elongated and short-legged hounds in ancient Egyptian art. These images were found in tombs, temples, and on burial urns alike. It’s speculated that the hounds were brought to Europe during the time of the Roman Empire or maybe at a later time.
Of course, all this is just a theory. However, if you find it fascinating, you may like the idea of naming your girl dachs after an Egyptian goddess or a queen?
106 Other Excellent Female Wiener Dog Names
Naturally, the several sections above are far from enough to cover all possible girl wiener dog names. Realistically, there are thousands of names you can consider. When you add all the gender-neutral terms and words around us and even “thousands” becomes an understatement.
But, just to get you going, here are some hundred-odd cool female names that any girl dachs should happily respond to:
So, would you say we miss some obvious suggestions? We’d be happy to add them to the list! If not, we hope it was at least useful or interesting to you – even if you aren’t going to use any of the names here, maybe they’ve at least given you another idea. Either way, we hope you and your female Doxie will have a lot of fun times together!
Jordan is an animal–lover who specializes in dachshunds. He has owned and cared for dachshunds since he was a child, and his passion for these unique dogs has only grown with time. Jordan is an avid researcher and learner, and spends a large portion of his free time studying the history, behaviour, and health of dachshunds. He has a knack for training and socializing his own dogs, and loves introducing them to new experiences. When not caring for his own pets, Jordan likes to volunteer at local animal rescue shelters, helping to find homes for abandoned dachshunds. He is a true animal advocate, and dedicates his time to ensure that all animals receive the love, respect, and care they deserve.