Girl/Female Frenchie Names
Unlike male dogs, most female Frenchies are named after people. Some names reflect culture, fashion, or humor, but most female Frenchie names come from someone in pop culture.
Often female Frenchie names come from a favorite fictional heroine. If you strongly relate to a fictional heroine, that character’s name might be a great one for your new Frenchie. Common names in this category are: Bella, Athena, Anna, Elsa, Scarlet, Dorothy, and Heidi.
Another common naming method is the use of celebrity names. If you have a favorite actress or singer, this may be a good start for choosing a name. Pick one that best represents your personality or interests.
Historical figures can also be popular choices. Joan of Arc, Anastasia, Anne Boleyn, Marie Antoinette, Queen Elizabeth, and Princess Diana are just a few of the historical figures that people name their dogs after.
Dogs from movies can also be a great source of names. For example, Lady from Lady and the Tramp, Lassie, and Blue from Blue’s Clues could make good female Frenchie names. Often movie character dogs are male, so this category is somewhat limited.
Female Frenchie names change quicker than those of male dogs, due to the rapid rise and fall of figures in pop culture. One constant is that most female dog names end in -y or -ie such as: Dolly, Molly, Maggie, Sophie, etc. Pop culture names usually dominate the top 20 female Frenchie names.
According to Rover.com, these are the top 10 dog names for 2014:
You can find the top 50 female Frenchie names on Naming Your Frenchie