Lady and the Tramp Dog Names For Your Pups

Do you remember the 1955 American animated film Lady and the Tramp? The story centers on a female American Cocker Spaniel named Lady who lives with a refined, upper-middle-class family, and a male stray mutt called Tramp, a freewheeling mutt with a heart of gold. There are also several other dog characters in the movie, and each of them has different personalities and characteristics. If you like the film Lady and the Tramp, you could choose your favorite dog names inspired by the dog characters in the film for your boy or girl canines.

Angel - Angel was a pet but then became a Junkyard Dog. Angel has a kind, yet snarky personality. She often appears to be arrogant, but it is presumably just to hide her insecurities along with her great desire to have a family sans Buster.
Annette - Scamp's sister can be distinguished through her blue collar, and she appears to be the most negative of the trio. Like her sisters, she's subject to Scamp's trouble.
Boris - A canine philosopher. He's a gentle borzoi with a Russian accent, and also one of the dogs Lady meets in the pound aside from Peg. He gives Lady some comfort in her bad situation.
Bull - A Bulldog that was rescued along with Peg by Tramp from the dog-catchers at the beginning of the movie.
Buster - The leader of the Junkyard Dogs, and his breed appears to be a Doberman and Rottweiler mix. He is very interested in Angel and calls her "his girl," even though she despises him and repeatedly emphasizes this. In reality, he is a selfish, angry, arrogant jerk.
Colette - Scamp's red-collared sister, who appears to be the snootier and glamorous one of the three. She and her sisters have a striking resemblance to their mother. Like her sisters, she's subject to Scamp's trouble.
Dachsie - One of the dogs Lady meets in the pound he seems to be a nervous rack that longs to escape the pound along with the other dogs.
Danielle - Scamp's sister, who can be distinguished by her white collar. She seems to be the goofiest and tomboyish of the three. She bears more resemblance to her mother than her father.
Francois - A Boston terrier Junkyard Dog with a French accent. He has a bit of a snobbish attitude, but isn't above congratulating Scamp on his heroic actions with unusual kisses on his cheeks.
Jock - A Scottish terrier who speaks with a Scottish accent. Jock is a show dog who has many trophies.
Lady - A purebred Cocker Spaniel who lives with her owners. Lady is shown to be pampered but loving and kind.
Mooch - A more or less dumb sheepdog who also lives in the Junkyard with the other dogs. He has a good heart, but Buster doesn't see much use for him other than to crash through fences so he can get through.
Pedro - A chihuahua Lady meets in the pound. He tends to misunderstand the English the other dogs speak.
Peg - A canine singer who is very apparently in love with Tramp. She has a bit of a tough side and sticks up for Lady in the pound. It is shown through her song "He's a Tramp" that Lady discovers that he has quite a romantic past.
Peg - The puffy, prancing Pekingese has seen plenty of time in the pound, but she knows a thing or two about the dogs in town.
Reggie - A monstrous dog who notoriously lives in an alley. He's very strong and vicious and is a danger to Scamp and even Tramp.
Ruby - A Junkyard dog who seems to have a disturbing attraction to Scamp. It may be because she's one of Tramp's past girlfriends, or so she says.
Scamp - The son of Lady and Tramp, a Cocker Spaniel and Schnauzer mix. He starts off in the movie as stubborn and selfish. He is the youngest and wildest of the litter, and wants to become a Junkyard Dog until he begins to understand what family means. He is known as 'whirlwind' to Tramp.
Scratchy - An older dog who is constantly scratching himself, is a member of the junkyard dog society.
Sparky - An old-timing Junkyard Dog who appears to have some spunk left in him. He doesn't do much else, other than tell Scamp tales about his father.
Toughy - A mutt meets in the pound, the ringleader of the pound dogs. Toughy speaks with a stereotypical "tough guy" or "street smart" accent. He appears to be knowledgable about the social life of local dogs, specifically in terms of the Tramp. He is generally laid-back and playful, though he shows fear in the possibility of being put down.
Tramp - A cocky and charming mutt who lives on the streets, and he believes in living in the moment. He has a talent for picking locks and avoiding dog catchers.
Trusty - A Bloodhound, one of Lady’s close friends. He used to track down criminals with his grandfather, until he lost his sense of smell.

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