The day you welcome a new dog into your family is always a good one - you go buy them toys, food bowls, a bed, and treats and drive them home to let them explore their new space. At the very top of the list of fun things you'll do that first day, however, is choosing a name for your new good boy or girl that you can engrave onto a bone-shaped tag for their new collar. Rover.com - a network that helps dog parents find dog walkers, pet sitters, and places to board their furry babies - dug
a hole in the backyard for its favorite bone into its database of over one million doggies to see which names were most popular, and the list is just as adorable as the pups themselves (we assume).
From names that are also some of the most popular baby names to the classic dog names we all know and love - and even some pop-culture-inspired names - there is no shortage of puppy-naming goodness on this list. Read through for the 100 most popular names for female and male dogs in 2018, and get some ideas for your own sweet pupper's name.