You were finally convinced that you should get a dog. You even figured out what dog breed is best for your personality type. And now it’s time to come up with the perfect name that will live up to your pup’s sparkling personality. Well, if you need a little help choosing, here are the 19 most common male and female dog names, according to a crowdsourced project by Pet MD. And yes, they’re all equally a-dog-able.

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Gus

With a face that always seems to say “Feed me.”

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Stella

But you’ll wind up calling her Miss Attitude.

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Trapper

For your hunting dog…who’s more of a couch potato.

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Finn

Meaning: Fair and blond, like a floppy-eared yellow Lab.

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Cooper

He just chewed up your new sneaks, but look at that face.

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Bailey

This gender-neutral and oh-so-adorable name ranked at the top for both male and female pups.

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Bella

You dress her better than you dress yourself.

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Boomer

Varsity team fetch.

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Coco

Fit for a silky chocolate Lab.

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Otto

The name means wealth and fortune…so let’s hope he brings us some.

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Sophie

Smarter than your average canine.

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Hawkeye

He’s a tough guy, huh?

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Katie

Seventy pounds but 100 percent puppy.

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Wrigley

A Windy City boy, through and through.

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Molly

She doesn’t know she’s not a lap dog.

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Zoey

Her palate is more refined than yours.

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Ace

Destined to be top dog.

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Pandora

Chock-full of surprises.

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Lexi

Don’t let the cute name fool you—this gal’s a watchdog.

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