Some dogs are very good hunting partners, for instance Labrador Retrievers, American Foxhounds, Beagles, and Chesapeake Bay Retrievers. Hunting dogs deserve Hunting dog names, and they are also the hunters in fact. Here comes our selection of 40 awesome hunting dog names inspired by hunting deities in mythology. From Roman mythology, Greek mythology, to Celtic mythology, Norse mythology, there will surely your favorite hunting dog names inspired by gods or goddesses hunters. Diana may be the best hunting dog names
for girl puppies, and we think Odin is the best for boy puppies.
Diana: Goddess of the hunt, wild animals and the wilderness in Roman mythology.
Odin: Chief god and ruler of Asgard, associated with wisdom, war, battle, and death, and also magic, poetry, prophecy, victory, and the hunt in Norse mythology.
Artemis: Goddess of the hunt, wild animals and the wilderness in Greek mythology.
Woden: Leader of the Wild Hunt in Anglo-Saxon mythology.
Tapio: East Finnish forest spirit to whom men prayed before a hunt in Finnish mythology.
Ullr: Norse god of hunting, archery, and skiing.
Skaei: A Jotunn and goddess associated with bowhunting, skiing, winter, and mountains in Norse mythology.
Flidais: Goddess of hunting and wild animals in Celtic mythology.
Neith: Goddess of war and the hunt in Egyptian mythology.
Nodens: God associated with healing, the sea, hunting and dogs in Celtic mythology.
Rundas: God of the hunt and good fortune in Hittite mythology.
Pinga: Goddess of the hunt, fertility, and medicine in Inuit mythology.
Sedna: Goddess of the sea, marine animals, and sea hunting in Inuit mythology.
Sip: A hunting god often shown with deer ears and antlers in Mesoamerican mythology.
Devana: Goddess of the hunt; the Slavic equivalent of the Roman goddess Diana in Slavic mythology.
Bendis: Goddess of the hunt and the moon, whom the Greeks associated with Artemis in Thracian mythology.
Actaeon: God of the hunt, wild animals, wilderness, and male animals in Greek mythology.
Aristaeus: God of bee-keeping, cheese-making, herding, olive-growing and hunting in Greek mythology.
Britomartis: Cretan goddess of nets in Greek mythology.
Lelantos: God of air and the hunter's skill of stalking prey in Greek mythology.
Mielikki: Goddess of forests and the hunt in Finnish mythology.
Nyyrikki: God of the hunt in Finnish mythology.
Oshosi: Orisha of the Yoruba people in west Africa, the hunter of a single arrow, also deity of the forests.
Mixcoatl: God of war and hunting in Aztec mythology.
Opochtli: God of fishing in Aztec mythology.
Cernunnos: A horned god associated with fertility and hunting in Celtic mythology.
Pakhet: A lioness huntress deity in Egyptian mythology, whom the Greeks associated with Artemis.
Wepwawet: God of hunting and war, along with funerary practices Egyptian mythology.
Banka-Mundi: Goddess of the hunt and fertility in Hindu mythology.
Rudra: Rigvedic god associated with wind or storm, and the hunt in Hindu mythology.
Bhadra: God of hunting, one of Shiva's ganas in Hindu mythology.
Nerrivik: The sea mother and patron of fishermen and hunters in Inuit mythology.
Nujalik: Goddess of hunting on land in Inuit mythology.
Ah Tabai: Maya god of the hunt in Mesoamerican mythology.
Mixcoatl: Aztec god of hunting in Mesoamerican mythology.
Yum Kaax: Maya god of the forest and the protector of game animals in Mesoamerican mythology.
Ipabog: Wendish god of the hunt in Slavic mythology.
Podaga: Wendish god of the weather, fishing, hunting, and farming in Slavic mythology.
Ogoun: Loa and orisha who presides over fire, iron, hunting, politics and war in Yoruba and Afro-American mythology.
Oxossi: Yoruba hunting god in Yoruba and Afro-American mythology.