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According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), Lhasa Apsos have been around for over a thousand years. Often found at palaces and Buddhist monasteries in the mountains, this breed is associated with the Dalai Lama, and became established in America when they were given as gifts by the Fourteenth Dalai Lama in the 1940s.

Known for their smarts and confidence, this breed tends to be silly and affectionate with loved ones, but more aloof when it comes to strangers. We’ve rounded up the most popular Lhasa Apso names of the year from our enormous database of dog names nationwide. Yes, these are real names given by Lhasa Apso owners, ranked in order of popularity. Did your dog’s name make the list?

Looking for a dog name for your new puppy or adopted family member? Have fun, use your imagination, and be sure to check out other ideas from our wide selection of dog name lists.

  1. Bella
  2. Charlie
  3. Lily
  4. Teddy
  5. Lucy
  6. Buddy
  7. Chewy
  8. Bentley
  9. Ginger
  10. Chloe
  11. Sophie
  12. Lola
  13. Gizmo
  14. Zoe
  15. Abby
  16. Daisy
  17. Molly
  18. Bear
  19. Rosie
  20. Toby
  21. Leo
  22. Beau
  23. Max
  24. Louie
  25. Bailey
  26. Lucky
  27. Oscar
  28. Rocky
  29. Phoebe
  30. Lady
  31. Lulu
  32. Penny
  33. Sasha
  34. Mia
  35. Sadie
  36. Oreo
  37. Jack
  38. Benji
  39. Cooper
  40. Sammy
  41. Winnie
  42. Luna
  43. Annie
  44. Maggie
  45. Coco
  46. Roxy
  47. Buster
  48. Milo
  49. Bailey
  50. Oliver
  51. Marley
  52. Bruno
  53. Snickers
  54. Chewbacca
  55. Jake
  56. Gracie
  57. Charlotte
  58. Peaches
  59. Pepper
  60. Finn
  61. Ollie
  62. Georgie
  63. Thor
  64. Benny
  65. Baxter
  66. Bodhi
  67. Cookie
  68. Callie
  69. Harley
  70. Honey
  71. Jasmine
  72. Charlie
  73. Gigi
  74. Lucky
  75. Stella
  76. Ellie
  77. Ella
  78. Olive
  79. Macy
  80. Theo
  81. Bandit
  82. Tucker
  83. Winston
  84. Harry
  85. Rocco
  86. Jackson
  87. Spike
  88. Otis
  89. Koda
  90. Shadow
  91. Sam
  92. Brutus
  93. Rascal
  94. Stitch
  95. Mojo
  96. Harley
  97. Barkley
  98. Paws
  99. Zero
  100. Murphy
  101. Romeo
  102. Mac
  103. Renly
  104. Riley
  105. Remi
  106. Princess
  107. Piper
  108. Poppy
  109. Josie
  110. Bitsy
  111. Lizzy
  112. Leah
  113. Allie
  114. Carly
  115. Samantha
  116. Izzy
  117. Cassie
  118. Joy
  119. Layla
  120. Nala
  121. Leelu
  122. Lexi
  123. Baby
  124. Ruby
  125. Chewy
  126. Minnie
  127. Magenta
  128. Penny Lane
  129. Livy
  130. Mayla
  131. Amber
  132. Nova
  133. Rose
  134. Maddie
  135. Muffin
  136. Violet
  137. Sugar
  138. Pixie
  139. Jojo
  140. Gidget
  141. Belle

10 Female Lhasa Apso Names

Names with an asterisk (*) are not in the top 10 for all dogs nationwide

  1. Bella
  2. Lily*
  3. Lucy
  4. Ginger*
  5. Chloe*
  6. Sophie*
  7. Lola
  8. Zoe*
  9. Abby*
  10. Daisy

10 Male Lhasa Apso Names

Names with an asterisk (*) are not in the top 10 for all dogs nationwide

  1. Charlie
  2. Teddy*
  3. Buddy
  4. Chewy*
  5. Bentley*
  6. Gizmo*
  7. Bear
  8. Toby*
  9. Leo*
  10. Beau*

It seems that these pups have a penchant for sweet tooth-inspired names. As you can see, there are a plethora of names that are candy-inspired, including Sugar, Muffin, Peaches, Cookie, Honey, and Oreo. I mean, they are as cute as a cupcake (that should have been on the list!).

We also see a big influx of silly names referring to their cute and fluffy appearance—it is pretty hard to ignore their adorableness. The most popular ones include Teddy, Paws, Gizmo, Baby, and Bear.

Lhasa Apso Name Advice

If you’re having trouble deciding, keep in mind that great Lhasa Apso names can come from many different sources of inspiration, such as your favorite super hero, books, musicians, your favorite flower, or even dog breed history. For example, your puppy might sport a famous hero’s name like She-Ra or a foliage-themed moniker like Fern.

Another consideration when choosing your Lhasa Apso name? Dog training. This is of particular importance for puppies. When you’re teaching your new dog to respond to commands like sit, stay, or come, you’ll want to be sure their name isn’t a source of confusion. In other words, avoid puppy names that sound like a common dog training cue, such as “Bit,” which could easily be misheard as “sit.”

Of course, what matters most is that the dog name you choose rolls off your tongue. The best Lhasa Apso names will make you happy. We’re fans of the “backdoor test” for dog name selection. It’s pretty much what it sounds like: stand at the back door and call out your new dog‘s potential name. Saying “Minnie, it’s time for dinner!” or “Romeo, leave it!” helps take the name out of your imagination and into reality.

All Dog Names, All the Time

As dog lovers through and through here at GoPetting, we find dog names absolutely fascinating, and we love searching our data on the topic to discover hot trends, quirky choices, and unique twists on classics. Over the years, we’ve compiled plenty of names for you to peruse—and we keep our lists updated with new data each year.

To start, check out our list of the most popular names of 2019, and then jump over to unique dog names to see the contrast. But that’s only the beginning. We’ve got articles covering top Alaskan choices, big dog names, Disney-inspired dog names, and popular names for hunting dogs, gray dogs, white dogs, Basset Hounds, Bernese Mountain dogs, and many more.

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