Like a classic family egg hunt or a Cadbury Crème egg, this list of names is full of Easter goodness. From favorite candies to Springtime, we have gathered up a selection of ideas fitting for the dog born in or around the months of March and April. Common holiday associations provide a strong base for our collection.
Parade is an option taken from the festive strolls that are popular holiday occurrences across much of North American. Perhaps the most popular is the Fifth Avenue parade in New York City which has been going on since the mid 1800’s.
None of the parades would be complete without the celebrated donning of new clothes. Bonnet is a suggestion taken from the most notable of Easter attire.
For children, the majority of the focus turns to the beloved egg-hiding bunny. Peter is a name borrowed from the most festive and well-known of Easter rabbits. Peter Rabbit was first introduced in the novel ‘The Easter bunny that Overslept’ by Priscilla and Otto Friedrich. In 1971 a television adaptation entitled ‘Here Comes Peter Cottontail’ helped to increase his exposure.
As Easter Sunday approaches stores begin stocking their shelves with the treats we have come to know and love. Cadbury, Peep, and Reese are ideas borrowed from some of our favorites. Any fans of the classic Peeps must try the newer Milk Chocolate Covered variety.
With the holiday comes Springtime. Temperatures rise, rain falls, and the flowers start to bloom. Names of flowers like Daisy or Lily are particularly trendy during this timeframe. Rain, Puddles, and Stormy are a good fit for those with a more shower filled Easter.
Other general name ideas include Sunday, Basket (where else will you put your eggs?), and Pastel.
|Name||Why it's a easter dog name?|
|April||The month in which Easter usually falls|
|Basket||Used to carry Easter eggs and treats|
|Bloom||Signifies the beginning of spring, which coincides with Easter|
|Blossom||Trees and flowers blossoming during springtime|
|Bluebell||A spring flower with delicate blue blooms, adding beauty to the Easter season|
|Bonnet||Traditional Easter headwear, often worn for Easter parades|
|Brachs||A popular candy brand that produces Easter-themed sweets|
|Breeze||The gentle winds of springtime that accompany Easter|
|Bud||New growth on plants and trees during the Easter season|
|Bunny||The iconic symbol of Easter, known as the Easter Bunny|
|Buttercup||A bright yellow flower that blooms during spring, adding to the Easter ambiance|
|Cadbury||A well-known chocolate brand famous for their Easter eggs|
|Cadence||The rhythmic sound of birdsong that fills the air during the Easter season|
|Carrot||A favorite food of rabbits, connecting to the Easter Bunny and his role in the holiday|
|Cherry||Cherry blossoms bloom in spring, around Easter time|
|Chick||Baby chickens, often associated with spring and Easter|
|Chirp||The sound of birds, which are more active during spring|
|Chocolate||A popular treat given and consumed during Easter|
|Clover||A symbol of good luck and new growth, fitting for the renewal and hope associated with Easter|
|Cocoa||A reference to chocolate, a popular treat given and consumed during Easter|
|Cotton||Cotton-tailed rabbits, another symbol for the Easter Bunny|
|Cottontail||Refers to the fluffy tail of the Easter Bunny, a distinct feature of the iconic character|
|Cupcake||A sweet treat often decorated with Easter themes|
|Daffodil||A spring flower that blooms around Easter time|
|Daisy||Another spring flower that blooms during the Easter season|
|Dandelion||A common spring flower that adds color to gardens and meadows during Easter|
|Delight||The joy and happiness experienced during Easter celebrations|
|Easter||The holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ|
|Eggbert||A whimsical name that incorporates "egg," a central symbol of Easter|
|Eggster||A playful term for Easter, emphasizing the importance of eggs|
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|Bonbon||Named after the small, round chocolate-covered candy filled with various flavors|
|Caramel||Inspired by the soft, gooey, and sweet treat made by heating sugar|
|Fudge||Derived from the rich, creamy chocolate confection enjoyed as a decadent treat|
|Gummy||Derived from the chewy, fruit-flavored candies that come in various shapes and sizes|
|Hershey||Derived from the iconic American chocolate brand, known for its classic milk chocolate bars|
|Jellybean||Named after the colorful, sugar-coated candies often associated with Easter celebrations|
|KitKat||Derived from the well-known chocolate-covered wafer candy bar that people enjoy breaking apart|
|Licorice||Named after the chewy, sweet, and sometimes tangy candy that comes in various shapes and flavors|
|Marshmallow||Derived from the soft, sweet confection that is often used in chocolate treats, like s'mores or hot cocoa|
|Milky Way||Derived from the chocolate candy bar filled with nougat and caramel, evoking a sweet and dreamy flavor|
|Mocha||Inspired by the coffee and chocolate flavor combination found in various sweets and beverages|
|Peppermint||Named after the refreshing and sweet flavor often used in candies like candy canes and mints|
|Reese||Named after the popular brand of peanut butter and chocolate treats, such as Reese's Peanut Butter Cups|
|Rolo||Inspired by the small, cylindrical chocolate candies filled with caramel|
|Skittles||Inspired by the colorful, fruit-flavored chewy candies with a hard sugar shell|
|Snickers||Named after the popular chocolate candy bar filled with nougat, caramel, and peanuts|
|Toblerone||Named after the triangular-shaped chocolate bar with nougat, almonds, and honey|
|Toffee||Named after the sweet, chewy candy made from caramelized sugar or molasses|
|Truffle||Inspired by the luxurious chocolate treat made with a ganache center and coated in chocolate, cocoa powder, or nuts|
|Twix||Inspired by the chocolate-covered cookie bar with caramel that comes in pairs|
|Azalea||Named after the brightly colored spring flower that symbolizes femininity and fragility|
|Bluebell||Derived from the delicate blue spring flower that adds beauty to the season|
|Buttercup||Derived from the bright yellow flower that blooms during spring, adding color and joy|
|Camellia||Named after the elegant spring-blooming flower that symbolizes love and admiration|
|Crocus||Named after the early-blooming spring flower that signifies hope and happiness|
|Daffodil||Named after the bright yellow spring flower associated with rebirth and new beginnings|
|Daisy||Named after the cheerful spring flower that symbolizes purity and innocence|
|Gardenia||Inspired by the sweet-scented spring flower that represents purity and sweetness|
|Hyacinth||Named after the fragrant spring flower that brings vibrant colors to the season|
|Iris||Named after the springtime flower that adds elegance and charm to gardens and landscapes|
|Lily||Inspired by the classic Easter flower that symbolizes purity and resurrection|
|Magnolia||Inspired by the large, fragrant spring flower that represents beauty and perseverance|
|Marigold||Derived from the vibrant orange and yellow spring flower that represents warmth and happiness|
|Peony||Named after the lush and fragrant spring flower that symbolizes prosperity and romance|
|Petunia||Named after the trumpet-shaped spring flower that comes in a variety of colors|
|Poppy||Inspired by the vibrant and colorful spring flower that symbolizes remembrance|
|Primrose||Inspired by the delicate early spring flower that symbolizes youth and new life|
|Snapdragon||Derived from the vibrant spring flower that adds drama and excitement to gardens|
|Tulip||Inspired by the popular spring flower that represents love and new beginnings|
|Wisteria||Named after the cascading spring flower that symbolizes beauty and grace|
|Binky||A term used to describe the playful jumping behavior of rabbits, like the Easter Bunny|
|BunBun||A cute, affectionate name that highlights the bunny aspect of the Easter Bunny|
|Bunny||The Easter Bunny!|
|Flopsy||A playful name that captures the floppy ears often associated with the Easter Bunny|
|Hopper||the Easter Bunny hops around delivering eggs|
|Hopster||A moniker inspired by the Easter Bunny's signature hopping movement while delivering treats and eggs|
|Snuggles||Reflects the soft, cuddly nature of rabbits, which the Easter Bunny embodies|
|Thumper||Inspired by the thumping motion of a rabbit's hind legs, reminiscent of the Easter Bunny|
|Whiskers||Evokes the image of the Easter Bunny's whiskers, adding charm and character to the beloved figure|
|Angel kisses||she was born on EASTER and she loves too kiss my face there was no other name that fits her i have sleep apme and on a c pap machine she sleeps with me and lays by my chest she will lick my neck as to comfort me she is my true ANGEL KISSES|
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In the sleepy town of Cloverdale, a yellow Labrador named Sunny was eagerly awaiting the arrival of Easter, her favorite holiday. She had spent weeks helping the local church prepare for the Easter celebration, and was excited to see the joy and happiness on the faces of the town's children as they hunted for Easter eggs and enjoyed the festivities.
However, unbeknownst to Sunny and the townspeople, an evil wolf had been lurking in the woods, intent on sabotaging the Easter celebration and causing chaos and destruction.
As the day of the Easter celebration approached, Sunny became increasingly aware of the wolf's presence, sensing a dark and malevolent energy emanating from the nearby forest. Fearing for the safety of her beloved town and its inhabitants, she knew that she had to act fast to thwart the wolf's nefarious plans.
With her keen senses and boundless energy, Sunny set out on a mission to track down the wolf and put a stop to its evil deeds. She traversed the rugged terrain of the forest, her nose to the ground and her ears alert for any sign of danger.
As she reached the heart of the woods, she caught a glimpse of the wolf lurking in the shadows, its eyes gleaming with a malicious intent. Without hesitation, Sunny charged forward, her powerful body hurtling through the air as she launched herself at the wolf.
A fierce battle ensued, with Sunny using all her strength and agility to outmaneuver the wolf and protect the town from harm. Her sharp teeth and powerful jaws proved to be too much for the wolf to handle, and with a final, victorious growl, she emerged as the triumphant hero of the day.
With the wolf defeated and the Easter celebration saved, Sunny returned to Cloverdale to the adoration and praise of the town's grateful citizens. And as she watched the children of the town joyfully collecting Easter eggs and enjoying the festivities, she knew that her bravery and determination had made a difference, ensuring that the magic of Easter would continue to shine bright in the hearts of the town's people for years to come.
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