If you are looking for some unique French dog names
, let's start the trip together to famous rivers in France. Among the major rivers of France, the Rhone and Seine rank second and third, respectively, behind the Loire in total length. Most of these French rivers have beautiful names, and these names also make good dog names for your boy or girl puppies. Check out the below list and select your favorite French dog names for your boy or girl puppies.
Seine: The Seine is a 777-kilometre long river and an important commercial waterway within the Paris Basin in the north of France.
Rhone: The Rhone is one of the major rivers of Europe, rising in the Rhone Glacier in the Swiss Alps at the far eastern end of the Swiss canton of Valais, passing through Lake Geneva and running through southeastern France.
Rhine: The Rhine is a European river that begins in the Swiss canton of Graubünden in the southeastern Swiss Alps, forms part of the Swiss-Austrian, Swiss-Liechtenstein, Swiss-German and then the Franco-German border, then flows through the Rhineland and eventually empties into the North Sea in the Netherlands. In the modern era, it has become a symbol of German nationalism.
Garonne: The Garonne is a river in southwest France and northern Spain, with a length of 602 kilometres. It flows into the Atlantic Ocean at Bordeaux.
Loire: The Loire is the longest river in France. The Loire Valley has been called the "Garden of France" and is studded with over a thousand chateaux.
Saone: The Saone is a river of eastern France. It is a right tributary of the Rhone, rising at Viomenil in the Vosges department and joining the Rhone in Lyon, just south of the Presquile.
Dordogne: The Dordogne is a river in south-central and southwest France. The Dordogne and its watershed were designated Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO on July 11 2012.
Moselle: The Moselle is a river flowing through France, Luxembourg, and Germany. It is a left tributary of the Rhine, which it joins at Koblenz.
Meuse: The Meuse or Maas is a major European river, rising in France and flowing through Belgium and the Netherlands before draining into the North Sea.
Marne: The Marne is a river in France, an eastern tributary of the Seine in the area east and southeast of Paris. The river gave its name to the departements of Haute-Marne, Marne, Seine-et-Marne, and Val-de-Marne.
Oise: The Oise is a river of Belgium and France. It flows into the Seine at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, a north-western suburb of Paris.
Allier: The Allier is a river in central France. It is a left tributary of the Loire. Its source is in the Massif Central, in the Lozere department, east of Mende. It flows generally north.
Cher: The Cher is a river in central France, left tributary to the river Loire. Its source is in the Creuse département, north-east of Crocq. It joins the river Loire in Villandry, west of Tours.
Durance: The Durance is a major river in south-eastern France. Its source is in the south-western Alps, in Montgenevre ski resort near Briancon.
Adour: The Adour is a river in southwestern France. It rises in High-Bigorre, at the Col du Tourmalet, and flows into the Atlantic Ocean near Bayonne.
Loing: The Loing is a 142-kilometre long river in central France, a left tributary of the Seine. Its source is in Sainte-Colombe-sur-Loing, in the south of the Yonne département.
Creuse: The Creuse is a 264-kilometre long river in western France, a tributary of the river Vienne. Its source is in the Plateau de Millevaches, a north-western extension of the Massif Central.
Vilaine: The Vilaine is a river in Brittany, in the west of France. The river's source is in the Mayenne departement, and flows out in the Atlantic Ocean at Penestin in the Morbihan departement.
Yonne: The Yonne is a river in France, left tributary of the Seine. The river gives its name to the Yonne departement. It rises in the Nievre departement, in the Morvan hills near Chateau-Chinon.
Doubs: The Doubs is a 453 kilometres long river in eastern France and western Switzerland, left tributary of the Saone. Its source is near Mouthe in the western Jura mountains.
Olt: The Lot, originally the Olt, is a river in France. It is a right tributary of the Garonne.
Arroux: The Arroux is a river in central France, right tributary of the river Loire.
Maine: The Maine is a river, a tributary of the Loire in the Maine-et-Loire departement in France. It is formed by the confluence of the Mayenne and Sarthe rivers north of Angers.
Loir: The Loir is a river in western France. It is a left tributary of the Sarthe. It joins the river Sarthe in Briollay, north of the city Angers.
Vezere: The Vezere is a 211 km long river in southwestern France. It is an important tributary to the Dordogne River. Its source is in the northwestern part of the elevated plateau known as the Massif Central.
Erdre: The Erdre is a river in western France, right tributary to the Loire. It flows into the Loire in the city Nantes.
Tarn: The Tarn is a 381-kilometre long river in southern France, right tributary of the Garonne.
Cere: The Cere is a 120 km long river in south-western France, left tributary of the Dordogne River. Its source is in the south-western Massif Central, near the mountain Plomb du Cantal.
Sarthe: The Sarthe is a river in western France. Together with the river Mayenne it forms the river Maine, which is a tributary to the river Loire.
Ognon: The Ognon is a river of eastern France. It is a left tributary of the Saone.
Bourbince: The Bourbince is an 82.4 km long river in central eastern France. Its source is at Montcenis. It flows generally southwest. It is a left tributary of the river Arroux into which it flows at Digoin.
Arconce: The Arconce is a 99 km long river in central France. Its source is in Mary, 2 km southwest of the village.
Alene: The Alene is a 56-kilometre long river in the Nievre departement, central France. It flows generally west.
Acolin: The Acolin is a 62-kilometre long river in France. It is a left tributary of the Loire, which it meets near Decize. It flows through the departements Allier and Nievre.
Blavet: The Blavet river flows from central Brittany and enters the Atlantic Ocean on the south coast near Lorient. The river is canalized for most of its length and is navigable for smaller craft.
Baise: The Baise is a 188-kilometre long river in south-western France, left tributary of the Garonne. Its source is in the foothills of the Pyrenees, near Lannemezan.
Alzette: The Alzette is a river with a length of 73 kilometres in France and Luxembourg. It is a right tributary of the Sauer.
Chiers: The Chiers is a river in Luxembourg, Belgium and France. It is a right tributary of the Meuse. The source of the Chiers is near Differdange, in Luxembourg.
Ceze: The Ceze is a French river, a tributary of the Rhone. Its source is in the Cevennes mountains, near Saint-Andre-Capceze.
Charente: The Charente is a 381-kilometre long river in southwestern France. Its source is in the Haute-Vienne departement at Cheronnac, a small village near Rochechouart.