Need some fantastic firefighter dog names?
We’ve got you covered with 100 ideas inspired by one of the noblest professions.
There are plenty for both boys and girls, so take a peek!
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Firefighter Dog Names For Males
- Aiden – Celtic name, and it means “little fire.”
- Alev – Turkish name meaning “fire.”
- Anshul – this name means “sunbeam.”
- Apollo – after the Greek God.
- Azar – Iranian name meaning “fire.”
- Blaze – After the fire dog in Paw Patrol
- Brando – Italian name for a “firefighter.”
- Brantley – German name meaning “fire.”
- Buff – one of Chicago’s most famous firefighting dogs.
- Cheddar – after the firefighting Dalmatian.
- Cole – this name refers to “coal.”
- Conleth – this name refer to a small fire.
- Cyrus – Persian name meaning “sun.”
- Drake – this is the common name of fire dragons.
- Egan – Irish name meaning “born from flames.”
- Felix – after the 1990s firefighting dog.
- Fintan – Irish name meaning “white fire.”
- Flint – this one speaks for itself.
- Gibil – after the Sumerian God of smithing.
- Haco – Celtic name meaning “flame.”
- Hagan – Irish name meaning “little fire.”
- Hakan – American name for “fire.”
- Horus – after the Egyptian God of the sun.
- Hoser – after the instrument firefighters use to put out fires.
- Ignatius – very old word for “fire.”
- Inferno – in most cultures, this name refers to an intense fire.
- Jake – one of the most famous firefighting Pitbulls.
- Kai – Scottish name meaning “fire.”
- Keahi – Hawaiian name meaning “flames.”
- Keegan – this name refers to the son of fire.
- Kenneth – for an adorable dog, “born from fire.”
- Kojin – after the Japanese God of fire.
- Kresnik – after Slovenia’s fire God.
- Logi – Norse personality portraying fire.
- Loki – after the Norse God of fire.
- Marcus – after the founder of the first Roman fire department, Marcus Licinius Crassus.
- MacKay – Scottish name meaning “of fire.”
- Nero – perfect name for a black dog born of fire.
- Nip – after the 1900s Brooklyn firefighting dog.
- Obayana – Nigerian name meaning “kings of fire.”
- Phoenix – after the bird that was reborn from its own ashes.
- Prometheus– after the Greek titan who gave fire to the world
- Polo – one of the most famous dog firefighters.
- Rhys – this name means “fire.”
- Riggs – after the NYC firefighter’s mascot.
- Sampson – Hebrew name meaning “sun.”
- Smokey – a perfect name for a firehouse dog.
- Sparky – an adorable name for pup that’s always happy.
- Svarog – after the Slavic God of fire.
- Vulcan – after the Roman God of fire.
Firefighter Dog Names For Females
- Alinta – Noongar name meaning “flame.”
- Anala – Hindi name, meaning “fire.”
- Ann – after Ann Millington, one of the first firefighting women.
- Angarika – Hindi name meaning “flame in the forest.”
- Ashly – after Dallas’ bravest pup.
- Aster – this name means “star.”
- Bedelia – after the Celtic Goddess of fire.
- Brande – after the fire brand.
- Bren – German name meaning “flame.”
- Brigid – after the Irish Goddess of fire.
- Calida – Spanish name meaning “hot.”
- Chantico – after the Aztec Goddess of fire and volcanos.
- Cinderella – English name, for a small, cinder girl.
- Clover – after Florida’s firefighting mascot.
- Damini – Hindi name meaning “lightning.”
- Edana – Irish name meaning “tiny flame.”
- Electra – Greek name for powerful lightning.
- Eliane – old, Greek name, meaning “sun.”
- Elidi – this name refers to the “gift of the sun.”
- Ember – this one speaks for itself.
- Enya – Irish name meaning “little fire.”
- Fia – Italian name for a small fire.
- Fiamma – this name means “fire.”
- Hera – after the Greek Goddess responsible with the fireplace.
- Hestia – after the Greek Goddess of fire.
- Houri – Armenian name meaning “flame.”
- Iansa – after the Brazilian Goddess of fire.
- Idalia – Italian name for the one who carries the light.
- Kalama – Hawaiian name meaning “flaming torch.”
- Kalinda – Indian name meaning “sun.”
- Keegan – Irish name meaning “shining flame.”
- Kindle – this name was used for the one who started the fire.
- London – after one of the biggest fires.
- Lottie – one of UKs best firefighting dogs.
- Molly – in 1818, she was the first firefighting dog.
- Oriane – French name meaning “sunrise.”
- Pele – after a Hawaiian Goddess of fire.
- Pinky – an NYC fire department’s mascot.
- Ruby – after Georgia’s famous firefighting dog.
- Salana – Latin name meaning “sun.”
- Seraphina – this name refers to a fire bearer.
- Shelby – one of Bladensburg’s firefighting dogs.
- Solana – Spanish name meaning “sunshine.”
- Soleil – French name meaning “sun.”
- Sparkles – this one speaks for itself.
- Stella – Greek name meaning “star.”
- Tana – one of the fire Goddesses of ancient Greece.
- Tilly one of UKs famous firefighters.
- Twenty – a very important rescue dog who helped in the 9/11 tragedy.
- Vesta – after the Roman Goddess of fire.
Firefighter dogs are among the bravest canines on the planet, so of course you want to choose a name that honors their courage.
We think these ideas above are pretty amazing! My personal favorite is Twenty, and it works for both males and females!
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