You are a nerd – loud and proud. Any nerdy dog owner needs to give their dog a good, nerdy dog name. We’ve curated a list of the greatest nerdy dog names on the internet, covering all the major nerd groups. Whether you’re a computer nerd, anime nerd, Harry Potter nerd – or some sort of dorky combination, you’ll find some great names below. Did we forget any names? Let us know in the comment section!
Bubbles Dog Collar by NerdyPug on Etsy
The other day I was watching the new episode of Doctor Who while sat on the sofa, and about half-way the episode I suddenly realised that my dog was sat upright watching it as well! But is it more of a case of the dog copying what I was doing, or are some dogs just naturally nerdy? Well, this lot certainly are…
Splattered Dog Collar by NerdyPug on Etsy
I think that I would have definitely have dressed up my dog if I had one during the time of playing Zelda. The image of this dog really seems to suit his costume. Brave, heroic and slightly medieval. And of course very nerdy indeed.
Pink Pikachu Pug Dog Harness by NerdyPug on Etsy
If there’s one thing people really love, it’s dressing dogs in utterly embarrassing costumes for Halloween and geeky types are some of the worst offenders. So, here are 10 very nerdy costumes for dogs.Nerds and geeks alike will appreciate this huge list of nerdy dog names. Whether you have a passion for famous scientists, were excited when the NES hit store shelves, or spend countless hours behind a keyboard, there is a name for your pooch right here.A lot of techie folks like myself want to reflect their passion for technology in their dog’s name. Nerdy dog names can take a number of different forms such as computer names, comic book names, movie names or tv names. You can go for a name that everyone will recognize like Vader (Star Wars) or something recognizable only to fellow geeks like Redmond (Microsoft headquarters location). The key to picking good nerdy dog names is getting something you’re passionate about and don’t mind yelling across the park.The other day I was watching the new episode of Doctor Who while sat on the sofa, and about half-way the episode I suddenly realised that my dog was sat upright watching it as well! But is it more of a case of the dog copying what I was doing, or are some dogs just naturally nerdy? Well this lot certainly are…