PAW Patrol is a great favorite by kids. The series focuses on a boy named Ryder who leads a pack of rescue dogs known as the PAW Patrol. They work together on missions to protect the shoreside community of Adventure Bay. Each dog has a specific set of skills based on a real-life profession. If you have one or more pups similar to the dog characters in the series, you could consider naming her with the character names. At least kids will love these names very much.
Chase: A seven-year old German Shepherd police pup who is athletic, smart, organized. Chase ia a natural leader, and he can herd traffic down the right detour, block off dangerous roads, and solve any mystery. The name Chase means "to hunt" in French.
Marshall: A six-year-old Dalmatian pup who is the team's brave firedog. He is always ready to roll, but sometimes gets too excited and a little clumsy. The name Marshall means "one who looks after horses" in French.
Rubble: A tough, gruff five-year-old construction Bulldog pup with a heart of gold. He is strong and eager to help, and he is also funny and unexpectedly sweet. He loves to get covered in mud and warm baths. The name Rubble means "broken bits and pieces of anything."
Skye: A seven-year-old Cockapoo puppy, and she is cute and smart. She is a fearless daredevil who will try anything with grace and a smile. She likes snowboarding when there is no mission for the PAW Patrol. The name Skye is a nature name referring to the sky.
Zuma: A playful, water-loving five-year-old Labrador pup, and the team’s water rescue dog. Zuma is a happy, energetic beach puppy who loves to laugh and surf. He is always trying to get other pups lighten up. The name Zuma means "lord frowns in anger" in Aztec.
Rocky: A six-year-old Mixed Breed recycling pup. He is a creative canine with a thousand ideas, and the trash is often his treasure. He does not like bath and even getting wet. The name Rocky means "rock."
Everest: A fearless and feisty eight-year-old Husky pup, and she is the team's amazing forest ranger. Everest is completely at home in the wild, and sometimes comes down to join the team for any rescue in the snow or the woods. The name Everest is a place name referring to the world's highest mountain.