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Top 60+ Outlaw Dog Names That Are Tough and Strong For A Puppy




Have you ever had a dog with an outlaw name? Maybe it’s time to give your new pup the tough and strong dog name they’ve been waiting for. We have all sorts of names, from male and female outlaws to names that are just plain tough! Read on to find out more about our selection of “outlaw” dog names.

60+ outlaw dog names

Here are the best outlaw dog names for your tough puppy. We’ve included a section for both male and female puppies so it wouldn’t be hard for you to choose a name idea.

Best Outlaw Dog Names

  • Spike
  • Rogue
  • Harley
  • Hermes
  • Zeus
  • Hawkeye
  • Rebel
  • Roxanna
  • Rocco
  • Butch
  • Aries
  • Duke
  • Poseidon
  • Zelda
  • Wolverine
  • Roxy
  • Elektra
  • Conan
  • Floyd
  • Sheena
  • Asterix
  • Xena
  • Rambo
  • Blaze
Best Outlaw Dog Names

Outlaw Boy Dog Names

Pancho
(Spanish origin) was a notorious “American outlaw” who was infamous.
Jesse James
murderer and bank and train robber
Genghis Khan
founder of the Mongolian Empire. Though not everyone considers him an outlaw, it’s impossible to deny that he killed thousands of people.
Darth Vader
fictional villain in Star Wars
Rebel
(Latin origin) generally used for a “female dog”.
Pancho Villa
famous general in the Mexican Revolution
Escapist
(Latin origin) this name is perfect for a dog who loves running away in the park, works for male and female dogs.
Mustafa
(Arabic Origin) a very uncommon but” popular name that can give your dog a great persona”.
Al Capone
the boss of the Chicago mafia
Hickok
(Anglo saxon origin) Wild Bill Hickok was a famous gunslinger who was “known for his accuracy and precision”.
Vito
(Italian origin) the name of a powerful Genovese leader, a short and strong name for dogs.
Theo Kojak
NYPD detective lieutenant from the 70’s TV series
Pegasus
(Ancient Greek origin) means ” Flying Horse” 
Bonnie
from Bonnie and Clyde
Lansky
(Czech origin) a powerful man and a unique identity for your puppy.
Giorno
(Italian origin) a JoJo from the famous anime series, one of the most popular” male dog names”.
Vlad the Impaler
the prince of Wallachia who fought the Ottoman Turks
Gambino
(Italian origin) Carlo Gambino was the boss of a famous crime family.
Robin Hood
fictional English outlaw who stole from the rich and gave to the poor
Ryder
(Old English origin) a famous name for “German Shepherd dogs”
Bonney
Billy the Kid’s last name
Butch Cassidy
bank and train robber
Baby Face Nelson
murderer and bank and train robber
General Zod
fictional villain in various Superman comic-book series
Outlaw Boy Dog Names

Outlaw Girl Dog Names

Eowyn
(Old English origin) from the “Lord Of The Rings”
Ingrid
(Germanic origin) from the Bergman franchise, “short and easy to pronounce”
Laika
(Russian origin) short for balalaika, beautiful and strong, from the space dog
Tila
short for Attila, the Hun who ruled over a huge swath of Asia and Europe in the 400s
Lizzie Borden
ax-murderer
Huntress
(English origin) an unusual find in female dog names and means the” female version of hunter”.
Artemis
(Greek origin) it’s difficult to get more determined than this.
Evangelina
(Greek origin) a “famous cyborg from the future”, a good addition that can be used in dog names.
Havoc
you can find a German Shepherd or two with this name, meaning chaos.
Leona
(Latin origin) “as in a queen”, is one of the best female dog names you find.
Fleur
(French origin) a powerful witch in ‘Harry Potter’, epic and “terrifying”.
Gotti
(French origin) was a member of a crime family, a perfectly badass dog names.
Charlize
(French origin) can be changed to “Charlie as well for boys”.
Katniss
(American origin) as in Katniss Everdeen, the character from ‘The Hunger Games.’
Elektra
(Greek origin) the name is inspired by Greek mythology, a rightful name for a “badass female dog”.
Emma
(Germanic origin) a strong and witty girl, just the kind everyone loves.
Jinx
(Latin origin) meaning ” Endless omen,” a rare word nonetheless.
Outlaw Girl Dog Names

We all know that outlaws are tough and badass. But did you know they’re also out of the law? The same goes for dogs, sometimes. These days it seems like every other dog name is an outlaw moniker—think Max, Chance, Duke, or Kingpin. With so many options to choose from, we decided to round up our favorite 60+ list of tough dog names that are strong but not necessarily illegal (yet). What’s your favorite outlaw canine name?

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