23 Unique Dog Names For Your Puppies With Blue Eyes

Blue eyes may occur in many dog breeds, including Alaskan Malamute, Australian Cattle Dog, Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Cardigan Welsh Corgi, Chinese Crested, Collie, Dachshund, Dalmatian, Great Dane, Old English Sheepdog, Pembroke Corgi, Shetland Sheepdog, Siberian Husky, Weimaraner, Whippets. If you happen to own a puppy with blue eyes, you are in luck. Blue is a mystical color, and it is often used to protect the wearer from evil. The "evil eye" itself is a blue amulet, representing the eye of the gods, and is used to protect the wearer from misfortune. Check out our selection of blue-eyed dog names for your male or female puppies with blue eyes.

8 Female Blue-eyed Dog Names

Alice: Alice blue was a pale shade of blue favored by Alice Roosevelt, daughter of Teddy Roosevelt. Her affinity for this shade of blue caused a national fashion sensation.


Capri: A deep sky blue and the color of the Mediterranean sea.
Celeste: Italian sky blue. Name your girl Celeste if you want an angelic companion.
Lapis: A blue stone used to make ancient ultramarine dyes and pigments. This stone was used to make the eyebrows on the gold death mask of Tutankhamen.
Robin: Robins egg blue is a pale blue tinted with green.
Sapphire: The blue gem stone is the symbol of power and strength, as well as kindness and good judgement.
Teal: A blue-green shade represents the union of heaven and Earth.
Tiffany: Only the most exquisite jewels and charms are contained in the Tiffany gift box.

6 Male Blue-eyed Dog Names

Cerulean: The melding point between azure blue and sky blue.


Han: A blue pigment developed in China and used in imperial paintings from 1045 BC until 220 AD.
Navy: The darkest shade of pure blue.
Royal: A rich medium blue.
Slate: A dark bluish grey and an account, as in wipe the slate clean.
Yale: Deeply ingrained in the university's identity, Yale blue originated on pennants flown at rowing competitions in the 1800s.

9 Unisex Blue-eyed Dog Names

Azure: The color of the clear blue sky.
Cobalt: A rich blue color to glass, glazes and ceramics.
Cyan: A greenish blue color, originally derived as a dye from the cornflower plant.
Icey: Blue ice occurs on glaciers when snow falls on them and compresses.
Indigo: A dark blue between purple and midnight blue.
Powder: Powder brings to mind blue, snow, cocaine, gunpowder, and sugar.
Oxford: "Blues" are awarded at Oxford for the highest levels of athletic achievement.
Skye: Sky blue is a lighter shade of blue than azure. It is described as the sun at noon.
Zaffre: A deep blue pigment created by roasting cobalt ore.

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