15+ Female Top German Shepherd Dog Names

The German Shepherd held the number one spot in American popularity for many years. Don’t leave this page and you’ll get an opportunity to see a list of female top German Shepherd dog names.

Female Top German Shepherd Dog Names

  • Sascha: If your dog acts like a watchdog—or just loves to watch birds from her spot at a window—name her Sascha. It means “defender of mankind.”
  • Winifred/Winnie: Got a cuddler on your hands? Winifred—and its sweet nickname, Winnie—means “peaceful friend.”
  • Lotti: Short, cute, and easy-to-hear (more on that later!), Lotti means “little woman.” Perfect for a smaller-sized dog, right?
  • Milla: Mia has been an incredibly popular name—for dogs and humans—for years upon years. Why not switch it up with a unique, German-inspired variation?
  • Nia: Another short and cute name, Nia is perfect for a bright doggy. Why? It literally means “bright”!
  • Zelda: Meaning “battle maid”, you can take some inspiration from your favorite childhood video game.
  • Elsa: Any name that means “noble” is suitable for the canine queen of your household, but this moniker will get you double points if your kids are obsessed with Frozen.
  • Ada: If your new dog has a sweet, gentle personality, consider naming her Ada—it means “kind” and “noble.”
  • Matilda: Meaning “mighty in battle,” Matilda is fitting for a rough-and-tumble girl dog. Plus, Tillie and Tilda are super cute nicknames!
  • Astrid: Derived from the German compounds for “divine strength” and “divine beauty,” this name is ideal for a dog that boasts bronze and beauty.

German Shepherd Dog Names Inspired by German Food

  • Strudel: A flaky pastry that’s typically stuffed with fruit.
  • Schnapps: A flavored, distilled spirit that’s beloved in Germany.
  • Dumpling: A staple in German cuisine. (The German word for “dumpling”—Knödel—may be a little too tricky!)
  • Brezel: The German word for “pretzel.”
  • Spaetzle: A type of pasta made with fresh eggs and covered in melted cheese.
  • Waffel: You guessed it—Waffel is the German word for “waffle”!
  • Kuchen: A cake.
  • Bock: A lager beer with German origins.

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