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Best Italian Names For Your Pets

Are you a new pet owner looking to add some Italian flavor to your new addition? Consider using one of these names.

As a pet owner, one of the hardest things to do is name your pet. Most of the time, they already have a name when you get them, but they don’t always fit their personalities. If you’re looking for an ideal pet name for your new companion and you also want to honor your Italian heritage, try one of these names.

Penne

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Naming your pet after a type of pasta is such a great idea, plus Penne sounds like Penny, so you can have a lot of fun with this one. 

Angelo 

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The Italian word for angel, Angelo is a great name for any pet who has come along at the perfect time.

Stella

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Stella is the word for star in Italian. Your new companion will be the star of your life from now on, so why not call them what they are.

Gioia

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Gioia means joy, which is exactly what this new pet is going to bring to your daily routine. 

Patatino/Patatina

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This word means little potato, and I just think it would be such a cute name for a small pudgy dog like a pug or bulldog. 

Caro/Cara

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Caro/Cara is a term of endearment, meaning dear. It’s a precious name for any pet. 

Amico

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The Italian word for friend, Amico is the perfect way to describe your newest addition. 

Luna

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Luna is the Italian word for the moon. This name is especially fitting if you have a dog as it references back to their wolf ancestors. 

Polpetta

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This Italian word means meatball, which is such a fun, happy name for any animal.

Vino 

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Vino refers to wine, which is a great throwback to a delicious Italian creation as well as a beautiful name.

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  1. I have a Dino and a Palo for two male dogs. I know another called Primo. I also have heard of Guido and Sergio.

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