Small dog breeds are more and more popular today, because they have compact size, and they are transportable, they eat little, and they have sweet dispositions. Their unique personalities of small size make them ideal companions for all ages of people. When coming up to small dog names
, you could consider choose a funny name that express their unique size. Here comes our selection of 40 funny dog names that have the meaning of small, little, tiny, etc.
Small Boy Dog Names
Bantam: A small variety of poultry, especially chickens.
Bolt: A sudden dash, run, flight, or escape.
Bonsai: The art of growing dwarfed ornamental trees and shrubs.
Bullet: A projectile propelled by a firearm, sling, or air gun.
Button: A small disk, knob, or the like for sewing.
Dink: A child character in the 1931 film The Champ, played by Jackie Cooper.
Dwarf: A being in the form of a small, often misshapen and ugly, man, usually having magic powers.
Gnome: One of a species of diminutive beings, usually described as shriveled little old men, that inhabit the interior of the earth and act as guardians of its treasures.
Hobbit: A member of a race of imaginary creatures related to and resembling humans, living in underground holes and characterized by their good nature, diminutive size, and hairy feet.
Inch: A very small amount of anything.
Little: Small in size.
Mite: Any of numerous small to microscopic arachnids of the subclass Acari, including species that are parasitic on animals and plants or that feed on decaying matter and stored foods.
Peewee: Very small, tiny.
Pequeno: Spanish for "small, little."
Pint: A unit of volume or capacity in both the imperial and United States customary measurement systems.
Pippin: Any of numerous roundish or oblate varieties of apple.
Runt: The smallest or weakest of a litter, especially of pigs or puppies.
Shorty: Of less than average size.
Squirt: Slang for a small person.
Wedge: A triangular shaped tool, and is a portable inclined plane, and one of the six classical simple machines.
Small Girl Dog Names
Baby: The very young offspring of a human or animal.
Bit: A small piece, part, or quantity of something.
Cupcake: Small cake baked in a cup shaped container.
Demi: Earth mother.
Elf: Santa's helper.
Krill: Norwegian word that means "small fry of fish."
Midge: A small two-winged fly that is often seen in swarms near water or marshy areas where it breeds.
Midget: An extremely or unusually small person.
Mini: Something smaller than others of its type.
Morsel: A small piece or amount of food; a mouthful.
Munchkin: A very small elflike person.
Petite: Short and having a small, trim figure.
Pixie: A fairy like creature. Playful and mischievous.
Shrimp: Any of several small, long-tailed, chiefly marine crustaceans of the decapod suborder Natania, certain species of which are used as food.
Smidge: A very small amount or part.
Teeny: A stage of human development, also a small drink sold in Massachusetts.
Tiny: Extremely small.
Wee: Little, very small.