Naming your fluffy companion is always not easy, especially if you are bored of those overused dog names. There are several unique literature dog names laying there quietly in the books, and you will understand if you are a bookworm. Here comes our selection of 8 unusual literature dog names
from books, these awesome dog characters have impressive personages and characteristics, and they make perfect names for your boy or girl puppies.
Argos: Odysseus's faithful dog in Homer's Odyssey.
Buck: A powerful St. Bernard and Scotch Shepherd mix dog from Call of the Wild, who is stolen from a California estate and sold as a sled dog in the Arctic. Buck gradually evolves from a pampered pet into a fierce, masterful animal, able to hold his own in the cruel, kill-or-be-killed world of the North. Though he loves his final master, John Thornton, he feels the wild calling him away from civilization and longs to reconnect with the primitive roots of his species.
Bullseye: Bill Sikes' bull terrier and a minor antagonist in the many adaptations of Oliver Twist.
Clifford: Clifford the Big Red Dog is a male red dog whose appearance, disposition, and behavior are based on a giant "all-around" dog. Clifford is shy, gentle, friendly, loyal, lovable, clumsy, well-meaning and helpful.
Fang: An over-sized boarhound dog in Harry Potter series, and one of Rubeus Hagrid's pets. He was a large dog that accompanied Hagrid in many places, including the Forbidden Forest, and lived in his hut.
Ghost: Jon Snow’s four-legged companion in Game of Thrones. One of six direwolf pups that are found by the children of House Stark. Ghost is an albino with white fur and red eyes.
Marley: The mischievous dog who made us laugh and cry in Marley and Me.
Nana: Saint Bernard who appears in Disney's 1953 animated film Peter Pan. She is the nursemaid of the Darling children.