Top dog and cat names in San Diego County
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Lucy is an 8-year-old female black and brown miniature pinscher at the Central shelter in San Diego. Her ID number is A1796936.
Lucy is an 8-year-old female black and brown miniature pinscher at the Central shelter in San Diego. Her ID number is A1796936.
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Find out if your mutt’s moniker or feline’s furname made the list of most popular pet names in San Diego County, according to the Department of Animal Services.

Looking at current dog licenses, Bella remained the leader of the pack for top dog. While the names remain the same from last year’s list, the rankings changed slightly. Buddy dropped one spot to No. 4 and Lucy moved up one into its place. And, Daisy and Charlie switched rankings. This list reflects the most common names among currently licensed dogs in San Diego County.

Meow for the top feline names. The only change from last year was in the No. 10 spot — Missy pounced and Charlie cat-apulted onto the list. Kitty remained the most paw-pular cat name (fur real, it’s just Kitty.) The Department of Animal Services tracks cat name at the time of adoption, claim or microchipping, and the list comes from the last 12 months.

The names Max, Lucy and Charlie made the top 10 for both cats and dogs.

Dogs

Bella

Max

Lucy

Buddy

Charlie

Daisy

Molly

Bailey

Roxy

Lola

Cats

Kitty

Tiger

Smokey

Baby

Princess

Tigger

Shadow

Lucy

Max

Charlie

Looking to adopt a fur-ever friend? Animal Services has several dogs with these popular names at its shelters.

Don’t cat the wrong idea — Animal Services has many adoptable pets with unique names, too. Stop by the Central shelter in San Diego to meet Moo Moo, a 2-year-old Chihuahua blend dog; Blueberry, a 1-year, 1-month-old blue domestic short hair cat at the Northern Shelter in Carlsbad; or Po Po, a 2-year-old Chihuahua-Pomeranian blend dog at the Southern Shelter in Bonita—they each have pet-tential!

To see all the animals available for adoption, visit the County’s webpage or call 619-767-2675.

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