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Akela (The Jungle Book)

Fictional wolf from Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book Franchise

This article is about the character in The Jungle Book. For other uses, see Akela.

Akela
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Akela as depicted on the frontispiece of The Two Jungle Books, published in 1895.

First appearance"Mowgli's Brothers"
Last appearance"Red Dog"
Created byRudyard Kipling
SpeciesIndian wolf
GenderMale
SpouseLeah (in Jungle Cubs)
Children8 unnamed puppies
RelativesTwo parents (deceased)
Leela (grand daughter)
Phaona (grand son)

Akela (Akelā also called The Lone Wolf or Big Wolf) is a fictional character in Rudyard Kipling's stories, The Jungle Book (1894) and The Second Jungle Book (1895). He is the leader of the Seeonee pack of Indian wolves and presides over the pack's council meetings. It is at such a meeting that the pack adopts the lost childMowgli and Akela becomes one of Mowgli's mentors.

Akelā means "single or solitary" in Hindi.[1] Kipling also calls him the Lone Wolf:[2]

Kipling portrays Akela with the character of an English gentleman. This is shown by his recurring references to the honour of the pack.[3] He is large and grey and leads the pack by virtue of his strength and cunning.[4]

Akela, the great gray Lone Wolf, who led all the Pack by strength and cunning, lay out at full length on his rock, and below him sat forty or more wolves of every size and colour

— Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book.

Character history[edit]

Nine or ten years after Mowgli's adoption, his enemy Shere Khan the tiger, with the aid of some young wolves he has persuaded to support him, plans to depose Akela so that he will no longer be able to defend Mowgli. A wolf who becomes too old to hunt is traditionally driven out or killed by his pack. Akela is far from decrepit, but the young wolves deliberately drive a young, healthy buck deer toward him, knowing that he will not be able to catch it. When the council meets to depose Akela, Mowgli defends him with a blazing branch and drives Shere Khan and his allies away.[5]

The death of Akela after his battle with the dholes, as illustrated in page 280 of the 1895 edition of The Two Jungle Booksby Rudyard Kipling

After Shere Khan's departure the remaining wolves beg Akela to stay, but he refuses to remain pack leader and decides to hunt alone. Phao becomes the new pack leader, Mowgli returns to human society, at least for a time, and Akela hunts alone. During this period Akela helps Mowgli to kill Shere Khan with the aid of the human village's water buffalo herd.

Some years later, when Mowgli has been rejected by human society and the pack is threatened with extinction by a rampaging pack of dholes, Akela joins the battle and fights to the death, finally dying in Mowgli's company ("Red Dog", in The Second Jungle Book). Akela did this for the love of Mowgli and his death is a major factor in Mowgli's decision to finally return to human society at the age of 17.[6]

Disney[edit]

  • In the animated 1967 Disney adaptation, Akela (voiced by John Abbott) only has a brief role at the beginning of the film, when the council of wolves meet after Shere Khan's return to the jungle to decide what to do about Mowgli's future. Acknowledging Shere Khan on their own, they decide to send Mowgli away, with Bagheera volunteering to take Mowgli back to the man-village.
  • A younger Akela appears in an episode of the prequel cartoon Jungle Cubs, looking at the animal characters in their youth (voiced by Rob Paulsen). In this episode, Akela and Leah (voiced by Kath Soucie) run away from their old wolf pack as the pack leader Cain (voiced by Jim Cummings) wants Leah for himself, forcing the two younger wolves to escape and retreat to the old temple that serves as the group's Cubhouse. Although Shere Khan initially objects to their presence when the rest of the pack arrives, the young cubs agree to help Akela and Leah, driving the rest of the pack away as Akela battles and defeats Cain. At the conclusion of the episode, Akela and Leah become the parents of a group of wolf cubs, with the other animals being appointed the cubs' godfathers. Despite their evident closeness to the other cubs in this episode, Akela and Leah never appeared again in the series.
  • Akela plays a bigger role in the live-action Disney movie Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story voiced by Clancy Brown.[7] In this adaptation, he is also the father of Mowgli's adopted family and mate of Raksha.
  • In the 2016 live-action/CGI hybrid film, Giancarlo Esposito voices Akela. In an interview, Esposito describes his character as the wolf pack's fierce patriarch and as "strong and hardened" as well as "a great leader and wise teacher", welcoming of Mowgli into his pack, but at the same time, worried that Mowgli may compromise the pack's safety in the future.[8] In the film, Akela adopts Mowgli into his pack after Bagheera rescues him. However, years later, Shere Khan threatens the wolf pack upon finding Mowgli at a gathering at the watering hole during a drought. This causes disagreement to break out on whether Mowgli should leave the pack, but Mowgli decides to leave to protect them before a decision is reached. Upon Shere Khan's return, Akela tells him that Mowgli has left. Shere Khan then kills Akela by throwing him off a cliff and assumes command of the wolf pack. Akela's death has far-reaching effects, spreading through the jungle until Mowgli hears of his murder from King Louie and decides to avenge him. Akela is finally avenged when Mowgli kills Shere Khan by causing him to fall into a pit of fire beneath a tree. Afterwards, Raksha takes Akela's place as the new leader of the pack.

Other adaptations[edit]

  • Akela is also a major character in the Japanese-produced Jungle Book Shōnen Mowgli, he was voiced by Yuzuru Fujimoto in the Japanese and Walter Massey in the English dub. Akela is the leader of the wolf pack but, as he is growing old, he agrees to pass the leadership onto a worthy successor. When Alexander beats Vermillion in a contest, Akela passes the leadership onto Alexander while Vermillion leaves the pack. However, after Alexander's death, Akela takes back his role as leader. Briefly, during the series, Vermillion returns to take the leadership of the pack, but later leaves to lead another wolf pack on the plains. Therefore; Akela assumes the leadership of the pack once more. But since he had become too feeble and old to be an active leader, he stayed in his lair for most of his day. Subsequently, Luri takes over the leadership of the pack from Akela, but he stays on as an adviser and is given the title of the "Wise Old Wolf". At the very end of the series, Akela gets severely injured in a battle against a pack of jackals, and although he manages to recover from the wounds, he is severely weakened from the fight and soon dies.
  • In Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, Akela is voiced by Peter Mullan. He and his pack adopt Mowgli and keep him safe from Shere Khan and Tabaqui. Shere Khan states to Akela that he will return to claim his territory the day when Akela misses his prey. Years later, this happens when Akela fails to catch a deer. When Shere Khan and Tabaqui arrive, they get some of the wolves on their side and Akela is challenged. Mowgli uses fire to drive them away, but shames himself in the eyes of Akela, who regretfully tells Mowgli to leave the pack immediately. Shere Khan and his minions quickly drive Akela and his supporters to the edge of the jungle. When Mowgli seeks their help in defeating Shere Khan, Akela refuses, as it would break the jungle law. However, during the duel between Shere Khan and Mowgli outside the man village, Akela has a change of heart and saves Mowgli from the tiger, but in doing takes the bullet the hunter John Lockwood meant for Shere Khan. Before Akela dies, he apologizes for abandoning Mowgli and gives the boy his blessing to lead the jungle's creatures and the wolf pack.
  • In the Soviet animated series Adventures of Mowgli, Akela is voiced by Lev Lubetsky and Yuri Puzyryov. In the joint Russian-American production of 1996 for the English-speaking audience he is voiced by David Kaye.

Influence[edit]

Main article: The Jungle Book and Scouting

Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of scouting, based aspects of Cub Scouting on Rudyard Kipling's Mowgli Stories. In Cub Scouting, the terms "Law of the Pack," "Akela" (the leader of a group),[9] "Wolf Cub", "Grand Howl", "den," and "pack" all refer to Kipling's work. He wrote The Wolf Cub's Handbook, in which he compares scouting to a wolf pack and scout leaders to the character of Akela. The cubs usually chant in their pack meetings, "Akela, we will do our best".[10](Close)

References[edit]

  1. ^Oxford English Dictionary(subscription required)
  2. ^Carolyn Rasmussen (December 2006), "The 'Lone Wolf' in sheep's clothing?", History Australia, 3 (2), doi:10.2104/ha060040[permanent dead link]
  3. ^J Nyman (June 2001), "Re-Reading Rudyard Kipling's English Heroism: Narrating Nation in The Jungle Book", Orbis Litterarum, 56 (3): 205–220, doi:10.1034/j.1600-0730.2001.d01-44.x
  4. ^Georgene Bankroff (2002), A Compilation of Classy Animal Names, ISBN 
  5. ^William A. Young (1970), "Akela", Dictionary of the Characters and Scenes in the Stories and Poems of Rudyard Kipling, Ayer Publishing
  6. ^John Murray (1992), "The Law of The Jungle Books", Children's Literature, Johns Hopkins University Press, 20: 1–14, doi:10.1353/chl.0.0579
  7. ^"Clancy Brown filmography", Movies & TV Dept., The New York Times, Baseline & All Movie Guide, 2016, archived from the original on 2016-03-06
  8. ^Annika Harris (March 21, 2016). "First Look: Lupita Nyong'o, Idris Elba & Others In 'The Jungle Book'". UPTOWN Magazine. Archived from the original on 2016-05-14. Retrieved May 28, 2016.
  9. ^Ronald Carter, John McRae (2001), The Routledge history of literature in English: Britain and Ireland, Routledge, ISBN 
  10. ^Richard Flynn (Summer 1991), "Kipling and Scouting, or "Akela, We'll Do Our Best"", Children's Literature Association Quarterly, Johns Hopkins University Press, 16 (2), doi:10.1353/chq.0.0806
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130+ Disney Dog Names: Fairy Tale Names for Fido!

The wonderful world of Disney has given us some of the most unforgettable characters across the years, from the iconic Mickey Mouse to the larger-than-life Genie to the empowered and enlightening Queen Elsa.

It’s no wonder, either, that Disney characters provide the perfect inspiration for pooch-naming. From anthropomorphic animals — including a host of classic canines — to characters that are held dear to many generations, Disney characters have been leaving their mark on our hearts and minds since the early 20th century.

From Snow White to Moana, you’re sure to find a character that suits the quirks and foibles of your beloved pooch!

We’ve tried to provide male, female, and gender-neutral dog names for each of the subcategories below. But unfortunately, as with many things from decades past, there’s a bit of an equality issue, and male dog names vastly outnumber their female and gender neutral counterparts.

There’s not much we can do about this, but please be sure to share your own female and gender-neutral Disney-inspired dog names in the comments to help us provide the most diverse representation possible!

Disney Dog Names

If you’re thinking about naming your doggo after a Disney character, you may as well start with some of Disney’s most famous dogs! Here are some of our favorite options for male and female four-footers.

Male Disney Dog Names

Need a male Disney doggo name idea for your bestest boy? Here are a few of the best!

  • Bolt (Bolt): The namesake German Shepherd from the 2008 movie of the same name and voiced by John Travolta. 
  • Chief (The Fox and the Hound): The elderly Irish Wolfhound that served as a mentor for young Copper.
  • Copper (The Fox and the Hound):The young Basset Hound that strikes up an unlikely friendship with Todd- a fox he’s supposed to be hunting. 
  • Dodger – The streetwise Jack Russell from the 1988 movie Oliver and Company, which is a modern retelling of Oliver Twist featuring animals as the heroes. The character is voiced in the film by Billy Joel.
  • Dug (Up): The comedic pooch is known for expressing his thoughts through a special high-tech translating collar, and easily distracted b- SQUIRREL!
  • Francis – A melodramatic bulldog from Oliver and Company. He has an affinity for the stage, and loves a good Shakespearean drama.
  • Lucky (101 Dalmatians): Lucky is one of the playful and sweet puppies in 101 Dalmatians
  • Patch (101 Dalmatians): This darling Dalmatian pup was known for his excessive appetite.  
  • Percy (Pocahontas):  A sassy and spoiled Pug from Pocahontas, the pet of the villain General Ratcliffe.
  • Pongo (101 Dalmatians): The handsome dalmatian married to Perdita in the famed film. 
  • Tito (Oliver and Company): A comedic Chihuahua known for his quick-witted personality and crush on Georgette the poodle.
  • Tramp (Lady and the Tramp): This gray Schnauzer-mix served as one part of the romantic duo we all know and love.

Female Disney Dog Names

There aren’t as many female Disney dog names as male names, but there are a few! Check ’em out!

  • Georgette (Oliver and Company): This wealthy and slightly spoiled was voiced by Bette Midler in the Oliver and Company
  • Lady (Lady and the Tramp): This purebred Cocker spaniel is known for her unlikely affection towards a scrappy mutt, Tramp. 
  • Nana (Peter Pan): This protective pooch served as a Newfie watchdog that bonded closely with the Darling family’s children. 
  • Perdita (101 Dalmatians): Perdita served as the heroic female protagonist risking her comfortable life to save her puppies.

Dog Names from Disney Pixar Characters

If you’re going to consider Disney dog names, you’ll certainly want to make sure you include the many adorable characters and ideas that were dreamt up at Pixar Animation Studios. Here are some of our favorite Pixar dog name ideas!

Male Pixar Dog Names

Need a Pixar-related dog name for your big boy? Check out some of the most popular male Pixar characters below!

  • Arlo (The Good Dinosaur): This sensitive and sweet dinosaur wants nothing more than to make a mark on the family’s farm. 
  • Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story): The heroic space cadet who served as Woody’s prime companion. 
  • Hamm (Toy Story): This piggy bank is known for his snappy wisecracks. 
  • Lightning McQueen (Cars): This sarcastic and speedy car is known for his effortless knack to win races. 
  • Marlin(Finding Nemo): The devoted father of Nemo who is known for his caring and cautious personality. 
  • Mike Wazowski (Monsters Inc.): A one eyed green monster known for his dependable yet goofy ways. 
  • Remy (Ratatouille):This determined rat despite the odds, loves cooking.
  • Slink – As his name implies, he’s a dog-shaped toy slinky in the Toy Story series. He was voiced by Jim Varney before the actor’s untimely death.
  • Sully (Monsters Inc.): A big blue and purple fluffy monster with a heart of gold. 
  • WALL-E (WALL-E): A robot who is tasked with cleaning up the post-apocalyptic Earth.
  • Woody (Toy Story): A toy cowboy determined to find his favorite kid, Andy. (Like this? Make sure to also check out our full list of cowboy dog names!)

Female Pixar Dog Names 

Unfortunately, Pixar hasn’t really changed the male-dominated name trend for their characters, but there are a few great ones below!

  • Boo (Monsters Inc.): This curious toddler finds herself amongst a whole new world in Monster’s Inc. 
  • Dory (Finding Nemo): The forgetful but kind-hearted blue fish who became famous in Finding Nemo.
  • Joy (Inside Out): This joyful (surprise, surprise) character was voiced by Amy Poehler. 
  • Merida (Brave):  Pixar’s only official princess, serves as a headstrong protagonist determined to take control over her own destiny. 

Gender Neutral Pixar Dog Names

Admittedly, there aren’t many gender-neutral Pixar character names, but we listed both of the ones we found. Either of these may be great for your pooch!

  • Bing Bong (Inside Out): A pink elephant-like creature who is Riley’s imaginary friend with a naïve and fun-loving personality. 
  • Nemo (Finding Nemo): This young clown fish’s name actually translates to “no one” in Latin. 

Classic Disney Characters

Disney may still be churning out the hits, but for some of us, the classic Disney characters will always hold a special place in our hearts! Check out a few of the most noteworthy and iconic Disney names of all time below!

Classic Male Disney Dog Names

Mickey Mouse Dog Names

This category includes the indisputable G.O.A.T. of animated characters, as well as some other childhood favorites. Check ’em out!

  • Donald Duck: This hot and cold duck is known for his signature catchphrase, “Aw phooey”!
  • Dewey Duck: Dewey is the dare-devil of the Duck triplets with his adventure seeking attitude. 
  • Huey Duck: Huey is one of Donald Duck’s nephews known for his smarts and analytic personality. 
  • Louie Duck: Louie serves as Donald Duck’s most mischievous nephew, acting as the trickster among the triplets. 
  • Mickey Mouse: The mouse that started it all is a symbol for dreams, happiness, and unbridled optimism. 
  • Pete: Pete is also known as peg-leg-Pete and is Mickey Mouse’s arch nemesis as an intimidating, broody cat. 

Classic Female Disney Dog Names

Like we explained at the outset, there just aren’t as many female Disney characters to draw inspiration from as there are male characters. Nevertheless, here are two of the most iconic Disney characters of all time!

  • Daisy Duck: This wild and wacky Duck works as a television reporter. 
  • Minnie Mouse: Minnie is a fun-loving, sweet mouse whose full name is actually Minerva. 

Classic Gender Neutral Disney Dog Names

A few Disney characters — including two canine cartoon characters — didn’t have a clearly established gender, making them great options for those who’d prefer a gender-neutral dog name.

  • Goofy – The iconic “goof” known for a set of buck teeth, long ears, and a boisterous laugh. Audiences first saw Goofy in 1932, and this anthropomorphic doggo has been a beloved staple of the Disney catalog ever since.
  • Pluto – Mickey Mouse’s pet dog and another of Disney’s classic and iconic characters. This character has been making appearances alongside Mickey and friends since 1930.

Dog Names From Disney Heroes and Heroines

Cinderella is a good dog name

We think that our dogs are all heroes and heroines, and we bet you agree! So, check out these Disney-inspired names for pooches who save the day!

Male Disney Hero Dog Names

Just about every Disney flick ever created has a hero, so it only makes sense to consider these ultimate good guys when picking a name for your ultimate good guy!

  • Aladdin (Aladdin): The streetwise yet poor title character of the 1992 film who falls in love with Princess Jasmine.
  • Hercules (Hercules): The star of the film of the same name, known for his god-like strength. 
  • Mowgli (The Jungle Book): The young boy living among the wildlife of the Indian forests with insatiable curiosity. 
  • Mufasa (The Lion King):The father of Simba, known for his tragic death which is one of the most heartbreaking moments in Disney’s films.
  • Nick Wilde (Zootopia): The second of two protagonists in Zootopia, a sly fox who befriends Judy Hopps.
  • Peter Pan (Peter Pan): The iconic flying lost boy who fetches the Darling children from London and brings them to Neverland.
  • Quasimodo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame): The given name of The Hunchback of Notre Dame; who proves that what matters most is on the inside with his heart of gold.
  • Simba (The Lion King): The central character who is blamed for his father’s death as a cub, but he returns as an adult to reclaim the Pride Lands.
  • Tarzan (Tarzan): The jungle-dwelling human known for his unique upbringing by Kala the gorilla. 
  • Ralph (Wreck-it-Ralph): Ralph is vilified in a video game due to his brawny appearance, though he is genuinely a kind person.
  • Rufio (Hook): This is fearless and charismatic leader of the lost boys in the Peter Pan spinoff, Hook
  • Kuzco (The Emperor’s New Groove): Kuzco may be comically conceited at the start of his journey, but learns to care for others after being transformed into a llama. 

Female Disney Heroines Dog Names 

Female Disney Heroines

Thankfully, there is no shortage of female Disney heroines you can use to draw inspiration for your four-footer’s name. Check out some of the best below!

  • Alice (Alice in Wonderland): This courteous yet curious girl is known for her wild imagination. 
  • Anna (Frozen): One of the sisters in Frozen with an energetic, upbeat personality voiced by Kristen Bell.
  • Ariel (The Little Mermaid):The mermaid protagonist who initially gives up her voice in order to walk on the land.
  • Aurora (Sleeping Beauty): The Disney princess with the fewest lines among all of the films, better known as Sleeping Beauty.
  • Belle (Beauty and the Beast): One of Disney’s most iconic princesses with a fierce love for books. 
  • Cinderella (Cinderella):  The star of Disney’s answer to the classic rags-to-riches story, released in 1950.
  • Elsa (Frozen): Another main character in Frozen, best known for Idina Menzel’s voice acting and the powerhouse song “Let It Go.”
  • Esmerelda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame): As a dancer, Esmerelda serves as a street-smart and compassionate character determined to help all underdogs in Paris. 
  • Jane (Tarzan): This talkative and charming biologist opts to stay in Africa after crossing paths with the remarkable Tarzan. 
  • Jasmine (Aladdin): The princess in Aladdin known for her determined and independent spirit.
  • Judy Hopps (Zootopia): This small town bunny moves to the big city to fulfill her childhood dream of becoming a cop.
  • Lilo (Lilo & Stitch): Lilo is a quirky young girl living in Hawaii with her older sister.
  • Moana (Moana): The central character in the latest Disney Animated Classic, she has a thirst for adventure and love for the sea. 
  • Mulan (Mulan):  A brave Chinese girl who dresses as a man to protect her father from being drafted into the army.
  • Snow White (Snow White): Disney’s first princess, who falls into a deathly sleep after eating a poisoned apple but is revived by a kiss from the Prince.
  • Tiana (The Princess and the Frog): The first African-American Disney Princess, and the star of the 2009 film The Princess and the Frog.
  • Pooh (Winnie the Pooh): One of Disney’s most recognizable characters who is kind-hearted and has a strong affinity for honey.
  • Edna (The Incredibles): This talented designer is career-focused and always focused on her next creation. 
  • Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins): This super nanny has plenty of tricks up her sleeve to help her children make the most out of every day. 

Gender Neutral Dog Names From Disney Heroes and Heroines

Prefer a gender-neutral name for your heroic hound? Check out some of these great ideas!

  • Bambi (Bambi): The title character of the 1942 film, an adorable baby deer who grows up to become Prince of the Forest.
  • Baymax (Big Hero 6): An oversized robot who possesses a strong desire to please the mourning Hiro.
  • Pinocchio (Pinocchio): A wooden puppet who comes to life and is known for his ever-growing nose as he tells lies.
  • Stitch (Lilo & Stitch): The blue alien-like creature, also known as Experiment 626 is surprisingly sensitive. 
  • Dumbo (Dumbo): Dumbo is a playful Mama’s boy that is known for his magically flying abilities. 
  • Toothless (How to Train Your Dragon): Toothless is the intelligent and playful best buddy and companion of dragon lover Hiccup. 
  • Ponyo (Ponyo): This bubbly and trusting goldfish is a daughter of a powerful wizard. 

Disney Villain Dog Names

OK, we know all dogs are good dogs, but there are some pretty neat Disney villains out there! So, be sure to consider some of these bad guys and gals from Disney flicks when thinking up your pet’s name!

Male Disney Villain Dog Names

Just about every Disney movie or show ever created has a bad guy, and they usually are, you know, bad guys. So, we had plenty of names to choose from for this category!

  • Captain Hook (Peter Pan): While this villain does have a passion for vengeance, he has a surprisingly sensitive side. 
  • Balthasar/ Edgar Balthasar (The Aristocats): A greedy villain who masterfully put up a polite and sophisticated shell towards outsiders. 
  • Frollo / Claude Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame): A troubled, stoic man, capable of showing compassion despite his misgivings. 
  • Gaston (Beauty and the Beast): Self-absorbed Gaston loved himself more than anything. 
  • Hans (Frozen): This ambitious prince will stop at nothing to achieve power. 
  • Jafar (Aladdin): Jafar is known for his masterful lies and deceptive nature. 
  • Kaa (The Jungle Book): This sly snake lures his victims into a dreamlike state, hoping to earn his next meal. 
  • Radcliffe (Pocahontas): Motivated solely by the prospect of gold, this villain has no regard for anyone besides himself. 
  • Ratigan (The Great Mouse Detective): This suave and calculated villain is dangerously smart. 
  • Scar (The Lion King): Intelligent master manipulator that’s obsessed with power. 
  • Stromboli (Pinocchio): This showman is incapable of controlling his temper and takes it out on others. 
  • Woozle (Winnie the Pooh): Woozles are weasel-like creatures that unfortunately populate Pooh’s nightmares. 

Female Disney Villain Dog Names 

Disney female villains

Have a bad girl at home? Well, we know she’s not bad-bad, but maybe she gets into mischief? Consider one of these canine names!

  • “Bellwether” / Dawn Bellwether (Zootopia): A ruthless mastermind with a deceptively sweet facade. 
  • Cruella De Ville (101 Dalmatians): The attention-seeking Cruella loves only high fashion and art. 
  • Madam Mim (The Sword in the Stone): This sadistic witch chose to become a traitor to all those around her. 
  • Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty): This ruthless woman wields a surprising amount of magical abilities. 
  • Ursula (The Little Mermaid): Ursula may be a deceptive villain, but she also has a sense of humor that has earned her some admirers. 

Dog Names From Iconic Disney Supporting Characters

The stars may get all the attention, but there are plenty of supporting roles that can provide great name inspiration for your pupperino! Check out some of our favorite supporting characters from Disney movies and TV shows below!

Male Dog Names From Iconic Disney Supporting Characters

We don’t know about you, but we think some of the supporting characters from Disney movies are the most endearing. Check out these sidekicks and consider their names for your sidekick!

  • Abu (Aladdin): Scrappy scoundrel is known for stealing anything he can get his hands on. 
  • Bagheera (The Jungle Book): This down-to-earth character serves as a wide guiding voice throughout the jungle. 
  • Chip (Beauty and the Beast): Chip is a curious and adventurous teacup with an infectious smile. 
  • Christopher Robin (Winnie the Pooh): Christopher serves as a cheerful and compassionate chum to Pooh and his friends. 
  • Cogsworth (Beauty and the Beast): This good-natured clock has a serious and regimented personality. 
  • Dopey (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs): Dopey has trouble with his verbal communication, but says a lot with his playful and cheerful disposition. 
  • Flit (Pocahontas): This upbeat hummingbird may be a bit of a nuisance, but he certainly means well. 
  • Genie (Aladdin): Fun-loving character known for his ability to grant wishes. 
  • Jiminy Cricket (Pinnochio): This clever and kind cricket will do anything for his friends. 
  • Lumiere (Beauty and the Beast): Rebellious servant known for his sociability and kind nature. 
  • Mad Hatter (Alice in Wonderland): A neurotic oddball with a love for eccentricities. 
  • Maurice (Beauty and the Beast): This overly-trusting character is known for his caring and creative ways. 
  • Mr. Big (Zootopia): This merciless arctic shrew values loyalty and respect above all else. 
  • Olaf (Frozen): Olaf is the easily loved, friendly and outgoing snowman of Frozen
  • Rafiki (The Lion King): This wise Rafiki is caring yet cryptic, offering priceless advice to Simba, acting as a mentor. 
  • Rajah (Aladdin): Rajah is incredibly loyal and protective over the fierce princess Jasmine. 
  • Sebastian (The Little Mermaid): This composer and crustacean is generally happy, though somewhat worrisome. 
  • Smee (Peter Pan): This character is kind-hearted deep down and does his best to promote stability in Captain Hook’s life. 
  • Flynn Rider (Tangled): Flynn Rider is initially self-absorbed, but has a soft-side once you get past his protective exterior. 
  • Tiger Lilly (Peter Pan): This strong-willed princess has a stoic nature and powerful persona. 

Female Dog Names From Iconic Disney Supporting Characters 

Sidekicks don’t have to be boys! After all, who doesn’t love Tinker Bell? Check out some of these supporting Disney character names for little gal dogs!

  • Flounder (The Little Mermaid): While this small fish can be a bit finicky, he’s happy to help his friends in times of need. 
  • Grandmother Willow (Pocahontas): This ancient and wise advisor is an expert at giving guiding advice. 
  • Kala (Tarzan): This gentle and kind gorilla takes in Tarzan despite his species. 
  • Mama Odie (The Princess and the Frog): This warm, loveably and zany grandparent is the queen of Voodoo magic. 
  • Mrs. Potts (Beauty and the Beast): You’ll find that this teapot is level-headed even when the water is past its boiling point.
  • Mushu (Mulan): This confident companion can sometimes be a bit impulsive though he means well. 
  • Nala (The Lion King): This spunky and playful lioness makes an amazing best buddy. 
  • Tinker Bell (Peter Pan): Don’t let the small stature fool you– This fairy is hot-headed and sassy! 
  • Wendy (Peter Pan): This imaginative girl has a soft spot for any creature in need. 

Gender Neutral Dog Names From Iconic Disney Supporting Characters

Not all Disney supporting characters have an established gender — be sure to give some of these names consideration for your canine!

  • Eeyore (Winnie the Pooh): This somber supporter is known for his particularly gloomy personality. 
  • Piglet (Winnie the Pooh): Piglet is a timid companion but makes quite the pal for Pooh. 
  • Scuttle (The Little Mermaid): This eccentric seagull is a dedicated collector of human objects. 
  • Thumper (Bambi): This adorable bunny means well but is ultimately super mischievous. 
  • Tigger (Winnie the Pooh): Tigger is a bouncy buddy known for his endless optimism and energy. 
  • Meeko (Pocahontas): This playful raccoon is quite mischievous and will steal from anyone he comes across. 
  • Koda (Brother Bear): Koda serves as an energetic cub that is always up for the next adventure. 
  • Pascal (Tangled): Pascal may be small, but he has a fiercely loyal and protective personality over those he loves. 

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160 Magical Disney Dog Names Perfect for Your Pup

So, you got a dog. This is going to be fun! Your pup will be the best friend you never knew you needed. And now that he or she is home, it’s time to find the perfect name.

For inspiration, let’s tour the magical kingdom of Walt Disney, whose hundreds of characters live large in our hearts and minds. Many of these memorable characters have been with us in popular culture for nearly a hundred years, and they are a part of our stories, our childhood memories, and our joys.

And while there’s only one Mickey Mouse, Prince Charming, or Mike Wazowski, any of these Disney names can translate into a fun choice for your dog. Survey our lists and see if you can find a match for your pup’s personality because whether he or she is shy, playful, fearless, social, bold, or even a little clumsy, there’s a Disney name out there that’ll be a great fit.

Take a look at the list below to find inspiration in classic Disney animation, your child’s favorite Disney Channel program, or a new classic from Disney Pixar. No matter what, you’re sure to find the perfect Disney dog name for your pet.

10 Disney Boy Dog Names

  • Dug
  • Toby
  • Scamp
  • Patch
  • Chip
  • Dodger
  • Butch
  • Buzz
  • Duke
  • Hiro

RELATED: 260 Clever Name Ideas for Boy Dogs

10 Disney Girl Dog Names

  • Annette
  • Dinah
  • Georgette
  • Penny
  • Fifi
  • Collette
  • Rose
  • Rita
  • Missy
  • Lilo

RELATED: 240 Creative Girl Dog Names for Every Letter of the Alphabet

10 Dog Names Inspired by Disney Dogs

  • Pongo
  • Bolt
  • Jock
  • Percy
  • Tramp
  • Pluto
  • Lady
  • Bruno
  • Goofy
  • Perdita

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10 Disney Names for Small Dogs

  • Rosebud
  • Dixie
  • Duchess
  • Freckles
  • Nemo
  • Winnie
  • Mowgli
  • Tink
  • Gus Gus
  • Meeko

RELATED: 145 Small Dog Names for Your Miniature Furry Friend

10 Disney Names for Playful Dogs

  • Sparky
  • Dante
  • Colonel
  • Copper
  • Max
  • Stitch
  • Woody
  • Lucky
  • Rolly
  • Wizzer

RELATED: 150+ Cute Dog Names for Your Adorable Pup

10 Dog Names Inspired by Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

  • Hot Dog
  • Meeska Mooska
  • Mickey
  • Toodles
  • Minnie
  • Ludwig Von Drake
  • Boo Boo Chicken
  • Pete
  • Clarabelle
  • Daisy

10 Disney Names for Tough Dogs (or dogs who think they're tough)

  • Jafar
  • Gaston
  • Maleficent
  • Mother Gothel
  • Hook
  • Beast
  • Hercules
  • Peg-Leg Pete
  • Triton
  • Mufasa

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10 Disney Princess Names for Dogs

  • Mulan
  • Merida
  • Tiana
  • Belle
  • Aurora
  • Jasmine
  • Elsa
  • Moana
  • Rapunzel
  • Vanellope

10 Disney Prince Names for Dogs

  • Ferdinand
  • Naveen
  • Flynn Ryder
  • Kristoff
  • Charming
  • Phillip
  • Eric
  • Aladdin
  • John Smith
  • Beast

RELATED: Naming Your Puppy: 150 Popular Dog Names from Axl to Zeus

10 Dog Names Inspired By Disney Sidekicks

  • Olaf
  • Dory
  • Flounder
  • Pumbaa
  • Sebastian
  • Thumper
  • Slinky Dog
  • Doc
  • Frozone
  • Mater

15 Dog Names Inspired by Descendants

  • Mal
  • Evie
  • Carlos
  • Audrey
  • Jay
  • Jane
  • Lonnie
  • Fairy Godmother
  • Harry Hook
  • Dizzy Tremaine
  • Gil
  • Uma
  • Dr. Facilier
  • Squirmy
  • Squeaky

25 Dog Names Inspired by Disney Original Movies

  • Kim Possible
  • Ron Stoppable
  • Poppy Blu
  • Avalon
  • Cheetah Girl
  • Butchy
  • Cheechee
  • Rascal
  • Lugnut
  • Big Poppa
  • Mitchie
  • Sharpay
  • Harper Finkle
  • Francobollo Garibaldi
  • Izzy Daniels
  • General Magnus Kane
  • Princess Rosalinda Maria Montoya Fiore
  • Kenny Ortega
  • Teddy Duncan
  • Marnie Piper
  • Wendy Wu
  • Roscoe Dellums
  • Ms. Darbus
  • Col. Mikkelson
  • Giggles

10 Dog Names Inspired by Black Disney Characters

  • Cobra Bubbles 
  • Penny Proud
  • Wizard Kelly
  • Lance Sterling
  • Donna Cabonna
  • Trixie Carter
  • Dottie McStuffins
  • Eudora
  • Fifteen Cent
  • Sequoia Jones

10 Dog Names Inspired by Monster's Inc. & Monsters University

  • Boo
  • Roz
  • Celia
  • Sullivan
  • Randall
  • Bob
  • Terri Terry (Monsters University)
  • Archie (the scare pig)
  • Dean (as in Abigail Hardscrabble)
  • Oozma (as in Oozma Kappa)

RELATED: 150+ Unique Dog Names that are as One-of-a-Kind as Your Pup

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Do you love Disney movies?!? There are so many classic Disney dog names that can make the perfect name for your pup!

We’ve gone through a ton of Disney movies to pull up all the great names from the characters that you love. Not only that we’ve gone deep and found some of the less known characters to include in these lists.

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We’ll start off with some names of Disney dogs and then follow up with other Disney and Pixar character names that may work for your dog.

Disney Dog Names from Animated Shows & Movies

Here are a whole bunch of Disney dog names from animated dog characters.

  • Angel – Scamp’s girlfriend in Land and the Tramp II
  • Annette – Daughter of Lady & Tramp
  • Bingo – From Puppy Dog Pals TV series
  • Bolivar – Donald Duck’s Saint Bernard
  • Bolt – White German Shepherd from the movie Bolt
  • Bowser – Puppy purchased by Goofy
  • Bruno – Pup from Cinderella who chases away Lucifer the cat
  • Buster – Leader of the Junkyard Dogs in Lady and the Tramp
  • Butch – Bulldog, Pluto’s nemesis
  • Cash – Leader of the Singin’ Strays in Fox and the Hound 2
  • Cerberus – Hades’s 3 headed dog in Hercules
  • Chief – Irish Wolfhound in The Fox and the Hound
  • Collette – Middle daughter in Lady and the Tramp
  • Copper – Coonhound from the Fox and the Hound
  • Danielle – Daughter of Lady & Tramp
  • DeSoto – Doberman from Oliver & Company
  • Dinah – Dachshund & girlfriend of Pluto
  • Dixie – Kind Saluki from Fox and the Hound 2
  • Dodger – Oliver’s friend & leader of Fagin’s dog gang in Oliver & Company
  • Duckworth – Scrooge McDuck’s butler
  • Einstein – Great Dane from Oliver & Company
  • Fifi – Pekingese & Pluto’s girlfriend
  • Francis – Bulldog from Oliver & Company
  • Georgette – Vain poodle from Oliver & Company
  • Goofy – Mickey & Donald’s best friend
  • Jock – Scottish Terrier from Lady & The Tramp
  • Lady – Cocker Spaniel from Lady and the Tramp
  • Lafayette – Basset Hound from The Aristocats
  • Little Brother – Mulan’s energetic pup
  • Max – From The Little Mermaid
  • Nana – Lovable Saint Bernard from Peter Pan
  • Napoleon – Bloodhound from the Aristocats
  • Otis – Chihuahua from Lady and the Tramp II
  • Otto – Blacksmith dog from Robin Hood
  • Peg – Pekingese rescued by Tramp in Lady and the Tramp
  • Percy – Pug from Pocahontas
  • Persephone – Black poodle from Frankenweenie
  • Pete – Dog with a peg-leg, nemesis of Mickey
  • Pluto – Mickey’s sidekick
  • Porkchop – Doug’s pet dog & best from from Disney’s Doug
  • Rita – Afghan Hound from Oliver & Company
  • Reggie – Bullmastiff from Lady and the Tramp II
  • Rolly – From Puppy Dog Pals TV series
  • Ronnie – Saint Bernard friend of Pluto
  • Roscoe – Doberman from Oliver & Company
  • Rose – Granny in the Fox and the Hound 2
  • Roxanne – Love interest of Max Goof in A Goofy Movie
  • Ruby – Afghan Hound & part of the Junkyard Dogs in Lady & The Tramp II
  • Scamp – Son of Lady & Tramp
  • Scratchy – from Lady and the Tramp II
  • Sparky – from Frankenweenie
  • Stella – Bloodhound from The Princess and the Frog
  • Stitch – Experimental creature who disguises himself as a dog in Lilo & Stitch
  • Sultan – Dog in Beast’s castle who is turned into a footstool in Beauty and the Beast
  • Sylvia – Sylvia Marpole is a librarian from An Extremely Goofy Movie
  • Talbot – Great Dane from The Sword in the Stone
  • Tiger – Great Dane from The Sword in the Stone
  • Tito – Chihuahua from Oliver & Company
  • Toby – Sherlock Holmes Basset Hound in The Great Mouse Detective
  • Toliver – St. Bernard who protects 3 orphaned kittens
  • Tramp – from Lady & The Tramp
  • Trusty – Bloodhound from Lady and the Tramp
  • Zero – Ghost dog from The Nightmare Before Christmas
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101 Dalmatians Dog Names

Here are some more Disney dog names from Disney’s 101 Dalmatians series:

  • Pongo – The laid-back but protective father of the 101 Dalmatians.
  • Perdita – Wife of Pongo and mom to the to the group of Dalmatian puppies.
  • Patch – The noisy, rowdy pup in the bunch.
  • Lucky – Gets his name from the horseshoe ring on his back and because in the original animated movie he almost didn’t make it.
  • Rolly – The plump, rolly polly puppy who’s always hungry. “I’m hungry, mother, I really am!”
  • Penny – The sweet, loving female pup always sitting by her father’s feet.
  • Freckles – A male pup frequently perched on his father’s head.
  • Pepper – A sweet boy with “the smallest spots of all.”
  • Latch
  • Jolly
  • Lenny
  • Salter
  • Blob
  • Blot
  • Dot
  • Blackie
  • Whitie
  • Sport
  • Yoyo
  • Corky
  • Spanky
  • Dipper
  • Smokey
  • Bravo
  • Flapper
  • Puddles
  • Tiger
  • Spark
  • Wags
  • Nosey
  • Sleepy
  • Speedy
  • Swifty
  • Bulgey
  • Pokey

Live Action Disney Dog Names

These Disney dog names are featured in some of Disney’s live action movies:

  • Beethoven – Saint Bernard from the Beethoven series
  • Bielle – Wife of Bayard and mother of their 4 pups from Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland
  • Buddah – Puppy from the Air Buddies film series
  • Chance – Young Bulldog from Homeward Bound
  • Chloe – Chihuahua from Beverly Hills Chihuahua
  • Danke – Mother Dachshund in The Ugly Dachshund
  • Delgado – Police dog from Beverly Hills Chihuahua
  • Delilah – Stray Kuvasz in Homeward Bound II
  • Demon – Lead Husky in Snow Dogs
  • Dolly – Daughter of Beethoven & Missy
  • Duke – Great Dane from Swiss Family Robinson
  • Duchess – from Snow Dogs
  • Heidi – a Dachshund sister from The Ugly Dachshund
  • Maya – Lead sled dog in Eight Below
  • Missy – St Bernard & Beethoven’s girlfriend
  • Molly – Golden Retriever from Air Bud
  • Nana – From Snow Dogs
  • Nikki – Alaskan Malmute from NIkki, Wild Dog of the North
  • Papi – from Beverly Hills Chihuahua
  • Pedro – Pit Bull from Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 & 3
  • Quark – Family dog from Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
  • Riley – Stray mutt from Homeward Bound II
  • Rosa – From Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 & 3
  • RoseBud – Golden Retriever puppy in the Air Buddies film series
  • Scooper – From Snow Dogs
  • Shadow – Old Golden Retriever from Homeward Bound
  • Shasta – Husky from Snow Buddies
  • Turk – Great Dane from Swiss Family Robinson
  • White Fang – Dog/Wolf hybrid & main character from the movie White Fang
  • Wilhelmina – Dachshund puppy from The Ugly Dachshund
  • Yeller – From Old Yeller

Disney Princess Dog Names

These Disney Princess names also make great dog names!

  • Anna – Princess of Arendelle from Frozen
  • Ariel – The Little Mermaid
  • Aurora – Sleeping Beauty
  • Belle – Beauty and the Beast
  • Briar Rose – The other name for Sleeping Beauty
  • Cinderella – Classic princess from Cinderella
  • Elsa – The Snow Queen from Frozen
  • Elena – TV series Elena of Avalor
  • Jasmine – Princess from Aladdin
  • Megara – Hercules
  • Merida – Brave
  • Moana – Polynesian princess from Moana
  • Mulan – Fa Mulan, from the fairy tale movie Mulan
  • Pocahontas – Native American princess from Pocahontas and Pocahontas II
  • Rapunzel – Tangled
  • Raya – warrior princess from the movie Raya
  • Tiana – The Princess and the Frog
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Other Disney Character Dog Names

Here are some other Disney characters (or names related to Disney) that can make great dog names:

  • Abu – Monkey from Aladdin
  • Aladdin – Main character in Aladdin
  • Archimedes – owl companion to Merlin in The Sorcerer & The Stone
  • Ares – God from Hercules
  • Baloo – Bear from The Jungle Book
  • Beast – Beauty and the Beast
  • Chip – Chip ‘n Dale
  • Clayton – Villain from Tarzan
  • Cleo – Geppetto’s fish from Pinocchio
  • Cody – Boy from The Rescuers
  • Cruella -Villain from 101 Dalmatians
  • Daisy – Donald Duck’s lady friend
  • Dewey – Nephew of Donald Duck
  • Digger – Mickey’s Australian cousin
  • Doc – Dwarf from Snow White
  • Felix – repairman protagonist of Fix-It Felix from Wreck-It Ralph
  • Flora – Sleeping Beauty’s fairy godmother
  • Gaston -Villain from Beauty and the Beast
  • Geppetto – Puppet-maker from Pinocchio
  • Gus – Cinderella’s Mouse
  • Hades – Villain from Hercules
  • Huey – Nephew of Donald Duck
  • Jafar – Villain from Aladdin
  • Khan – Mulan’s horse or Shere Khan from the Jungle Book
  • Kristoff – ice harvester and Anna’s boyfriend in Frozen
  • Lilo – Girl from Lilo and Stitch
  • Louie – Donald Ducks’ nephew
  • Merlin – Wizard from the Sword in the Stone
  • Mickey – The famous mouse
  • Minnie – Another famous mouse
  • Morty – Nephew of Mickey Mouse
  • Mowgli – Main character from The Jungle Book
  • Olaf – Elsa’s snowman in Frozen
  • Ralph – Wreck-It Ralph main character
  • Roo – Kangaroo from Winnie the Poo
  • Ryder – Member of the Northuldra from Frozen II
  • Sisu – The last dragon in existence from Raya
  • Tigger – Tiger from Winnie the Pooh
  • Tink – Tinkerbell from Peter Pan
  • Ursula -Villain from Little Mermaid
  • Walt – Disney founder
  • Willow – Grandmother to Pocahontas
  • Winnie – Winnie the Poo

Pixar Dog Names

Here are some great dog names from Pixar movies!

  • Alpha – Doberman from Up
  • Beta – Rottweiler from Up
  • Buster – Andy’s pet dachshund in Toy Story
  • Dante – Stray dog in Coco
  • Dug – Loyal pup from Up
  • Gamma – Bulldog from Up
  • Scud – Bull Terrier from Toy Story
  • Slinky Dog – Toy Dachshund from Toy Story

Other Pixar Character Dog Names

Check out these other Disney / Pixar character names for even more name ideas!

  • Angus – Horse from Brave
  • Arlo – Apatosaurus from The Good Dinosaur
  • Bailey – Beluga Whale Finding Dory
  • Barley – Barley Lightfoot, elf brother from Onward
  • Bonnie – Girl who inherits the toys in the later Toy Story films
  • Boo – Girl from Monsters Inc
  • Buttercup – Unicorn from Toy Story
  • Buzz – Spaceman from Toy Story
  • Celia – Cyclops from Monsters Inc
  • Colt – Colt Bronco, centaur police officer from Onward
  • Curley – Lamont “Curley” Baker, drummer from Soul
  • Dash – Dashiell “Dash” Parr, son who has superhuman speed in The Incredibles
  • Dewdrop – Pixie from Onward
  • Dez – Joe Gardner’s barber in Soul
  • Django – Rat from Ratatouille
  • Dory – Fish from Finding Nemo
  • Dot – Daughter of the Queen ant in A Bug’s Life
  • Emile – Rat in Ratatouille
  • EVE – Wall-E
  • Flo – Cars
  • Guido -Forklift from Cars
  • Luca – Sea monster and main character from Luca
  • Luigi – Cars
  • Nash – Tyrannosaurus from The Good Dinosaur
  • Nemo – Fish from Finding Nemo
  • Nigel – Pelican from Finding Nemo
  • Ramsey -Tyrannosaurus from The Good Dinosaur
  • Roz – Monsters Inc
  • Sheldon – Seahorse from Finding Nemo
  • Sulley – Main character from Monsters Inc
  • Violet – Violet Parr, daughter who can become invisible in The Incredibles
  • Winston – Winston Deavor, superhero fan and leader of DevTech from The Incredibles 2
  • Woody – Cowboy from Toy Story

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