If you’re looking for the perfect Treeing Walker Coonhound dog names, you have come to the right place!
Here at Dogvills, we have over 500 dog names that you could choose from, but sometimes you want something that’s specific to your breed.
Fortunately, it’s easy to come up with fun Coonhound name ideas!
This breed was originally bred to help hunt small game such as rabbits, raccoons and even squirrels.
When I think of the Coonhound, I think of their incredible tracking ability, the keen sense of smell and how they love to run in the wild.
Below is a mixture of 15 male and female names that would be suitable for a Coonhound, taking inspiration from both hunting and nature.
Coonhound Dog Names for Males & Females
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Slick is quite a traditional name for a hunting dog, which is perfect for this breed as it gives a nod back to when they were mostly used for hunting. It also makes for a cute but edgy nickname.
Fun fact: according to Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania has the highest concentration of families with the “Slick” surname!
If you’re a coonhound parent living in PA, you really can’t go wrong with this name.
In the German language, Della means ‘noble’, which is a great name for the dog who will be by your side and possibly the leader of your pack, too.
When hunters go on a hunt, they want to bring a snack with them that isn’t messy and is easy to eat. What is better than peanuts?
I love this name because it is so different compared to anything else on this list.
While Coonhounds are hunting dogs, they have sweet natures as well. Using this as inspiration you could call your dog Gracie, which often means ‘good-will’ or good-natured’.
Duke is a very traditional name for a dog and is one that I often associate with a noble and brave dog. If this sounds like your little pooch, then I would suggest choosing Duke.
Another name with a German meaning, Tilly can often translate to ‘strength in battle’ or ‘battle-mighty’.
If your little puppy shows that they are feisty, this would be a great name choice that also sounds feminine as well.
A ranger can often mean ‘gamekeeper’ and is the perfect name for a dog who helps his owner track down prey over a larger area of land.
It is also a name that is unique and has direct connotations to hunting.
Ruby is a very traditional southern name, where a lot of hunting takes place out in the wild.
It also means ‘red’ and relates to the color of some Coonhound’s fur, which I think makes the name even more unique.
I was a huge fan of the Disney movie The Fox and the Hound, even if it did make me cry.
One of the dogs from the film was called Copper, which can even match the russet fur of the Coonhound.
Storms are often seen as being powerful and strong, much like the attitudes of some dogs when they want their own way.
I love the name Stormy because it is different to everything else on this list.
Scouts are often used to search ahead of a hunting party to make sure the area is safe.
However, I also think a Coonhound can be seen as the scout and it would be a great idea to use this as a name.
Addie is the shortened version of Adelaide, which can mean ‘noble’ or ‘kind’ in German.
If you are going to choose one of these names, I would definitely go for Addie as it will be easier for your dog to respond to.
Dogs want to be seen as the alpha of the pack, and what better name is there than Rex? In Latin, Rex directly translates to ‘King’, making them the King of your hunting pack.
Bonnie is a Scottish term that can be used to call someone attractive or beautiful if they are a woman, but it can also mean good.
Dogs are extremely fast and hunting dogs even more so. Use this as inspiration for your dog’s name and call them Blaze, linking directly to their speed and agility when it comes to hunting.