Unique Dog Names Male
In the world there are many types of dogs. There are those which have been bred for specific purposes, such as hunting or guarding. Then there are others which have been bred purely for looks, such as show dogs or even some breeds used in fighting.
But what makes a name special? What makes it stand out from all other dog names? Why do certain words and phrases become popular over time? Why does one person’s pet name for their dog sound so funny when they say it aloud?
These questions and more are answered in our list of unique dog names.
The following are the most common unique dog names for males:
1) BOSSY – Bossy is a term used to refer to any large, aggressive or dominant breed of dog.
For example, a German Shepherd might be called “Bosch” (German Shepherd). A Mastiff might be called “Boss” (Big Dog). Other names include “Booger”, “Boogeyman”, and even “Butt Man”. Some people choose to call their dog something else entirely, such as calling them a “Pit Bull.”
2) RAPTOR – Rapists are not just any type of dogs.
They are the ones which have been bred specifically for sexual pleasure. This means that they were bred to mate with another dog or human. They may be smaller than other dogs, but they have been tested for diseases. They are the most popular type of dog in the United States, and are commonly used to mate with bitches.
3) BUTT – Butts are a dog which was bred to hunt and kill.
They are one of the most aggressive types of dogs, and sometimes humans are even used as bait to train them. They were bred in a lab shortly before all dog breeds were banned. These dogs are so popular that they can be found anywhere in the United States, even in some people’s homes.
4) BULLDOG – Bulldog is one of the most common dogs used for fighting.
It is also one of the most common dogs used to hunt bears, which are also commonly found in the United States. They are one of the most popular breeds of dogs, and were bred by humans for over a thousand years. There are many different types and varieties, such as the American Pit Bull Terrier and the English Bulldog.
Rebel is a type of male dog which is mixed with many unique dog types. There are many different types and variations of it. They can be one color or many, large or small, long-haired or short-. There are many different types of colored coats.
The coat could be long or short, straight or curly, thick or thin, or even feathered or fur-like. They often have different colored eyes as well, such as yellow, red, green, blue and so on. If a dog has more than one color of fur, it often means they have a severe case of skin disorder called “Mud Fever”. This makes the dog’s immune system weak and susceptible to skin conditions and parasites.
The following are the most common types of colored coats for a male dog:
1) Red – Red is a color between orange and purple.
It is also known as Crimson.
2) Orange – Orange is a color between red and yellow on the rainbow color scale.
3) Yellow – Yellow is a color between green and orange on the rainbow color scale.
4) Green – Green is a color between blue and yellow on the rainbow color scale.
5) Blue – Blue is a color between purple and green on the rainbow color scale.
6) Purple – Purple is a color between blue and red on the rainbow color scale.
7) Black – Black is a pure color.
It is the darkest possible color, like the darkest part of the sky at night. It is named after the word for lack of light or absence of light.
8) White – White is the opposite of black.
It is a color that contains all colors within it. It is named after the word for smoothness.
9) Silver – Silver is a metallic color that represents things related to the moon.
The following are the most common types of coats for a male dog:
1) Long-haired – A long-haired coat is one that falls down to the ankles and wrists, but it can also fall down past that.
In some cases it can even fall down past the knees and elbows.
2) Short-haired – A short-haired coat is one that does not fall down past the wrists and ankles.
3) Mixed-Coated – A mixed-coated coat is one that is a combination of long hair and short hair.
An example of this would be fur that is coarse, but not thick, like a lion’s mane.
4) Double-Coated – A double-coated coat has two layers of fur.
An example of this would be pomeranian dogs.
5) Feathered – A feathered coat resembles that of a bird’s feathers.
They often have bare patches on their legs, faces and tails.
The following are the most common types of eyes for a male dog:
1) Normal – A normal eye is an eye in which nothing is strange about them.
They are symmetrical and resemble a human eye.
2) Cross-Eyed – A cross-eyed eye is an eye that is not pointing in the same direction.
One is usually looking directly at you, while the other is pointed elsewhere.
3) Droopy – A droopy eye is an eye that is sagging or going limp.
It often times appears to be falling asleep.
4) Bulging – A bulging eye looks like a golf ball, and the eye is about to pop out of the socket.
5) Spotted – A spotted eye has spots in it.
These spots often form a pattern and resemble the clouds in the sky or perhaps a galaxy if you look at them closely. The cloud or galaxy may be moving, but not the actual eye.
6) Cloudy – A cloudy eye has permanent blurriness to it, and you can never really make out what is in the middle of the eye.
It looks like a cloud covering the sun during a rainstorm.
7) Cross-Eyed & Cloudy – A cross-eyed and cloudy eye is an eye that is not pointing in the same direction and has permanent blurriness to it, like a cloud covering the sun during a rainstorm.
The following are the most common types of noses for a male dog:
1) Normal – A normal nose is just that, normal.
It’s not too big or too small, it’s straight and fits the face.
2) Roman – A roman nose is similar to that of a humans.
It has a prominent bridge and is longer than other dog’s noses.
3) Short – A short nose is one in which the dog’s profile reveals it to have a short, broad nose.
4) Blocked – A blocked nose is one that has excess skin around the nostrils.
This excess skin may be wrinkle with horizontal folds when the dog is not snout.
5) Wet – A wet nose is one that is always wet and glossy.
A wet nose often times has a red tinge to it.
6) Drooping – A drooping nose is one that doesn’t point upwards as much as one would think it should.
It points downwards, and often droops down towards the mouth.
The following are the most common types of tongues for a male dog:
1) Normal – A normal tongue is one that is not too big or too small.
It’s the average sized tongue.
2) Long – A long tongue is one that is noticeably longer than normal.
It often times dips far past the jaw and has to constantly be pulled back into place.
3) Wide – A wide tongue is one that is notably wider than most, but still isn’t too big.
It can be flicked around easily to grab food or other objects.
4) Numb – A numb tongue is one that lacks all feelings.
It doesn’t matter how long you leave it in ice, it will never hurt.
5) Hot – A hot tongue is one that is always warm.
In fact, sometimes it is too warm.
6) Spiked – A spiked tongue is covered with tiny little spikes that go in a spiral pattern along the tongue.
The following are the most common types of eyes for a female dog:
1) Normal – A normal eye is one that is not too big or too small.
It’s the average sized eye.
2) Cross – A cross eye is one in which the eyes are not properly aligned.
It is looking in two different directions and makes the canine look as if it is cross-eyed. It can only see things in the upper-right and lower-left corners of their vision.
3) Puffy – A puffy eye is one that is noticeably larger than the other eye.
It often is blown up and looks very puffy.
4) Wounded – A wounded eye is one that has a scratch, hole, or noticeable damage to it.
5) Squinty – A squinty eye is one that rarely opens and is often squinted.
This may be due to a birth defect or something getting in the way of it while it was developing.
6) Drooping – A drooping eye is one that doesn’t point upwards as much as one would think it should.
It points downwards, and often droops down towards the cheek.
The following are the most common types of teeth for a female dog:
1) Normal – A normal mouth is one that has all of its teeth with no extra space.
The upper row and lower row teeth fit together just right.
2) Long – A long mouth is one that has teeth that are notably longer than you’d expect them to be.
3) Wet Nose – A wet nose is one that has teeth that are notably wet all the time.
4) Wet Smiling – A wet smiling mouth is one in which the side of the mouth that’s turned up in a smile is always noticeably wet.
5) Wet Mouthing – A wet mouthing mouth is one in which the side that bites and talks with is always noticeably wet.
6) Cross Eyes – A cross-eyed mouth is one in which the top row of teeth doesn’t align with the bottom row when closed all the way.
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