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Getting a Golden Retriever Female. Need a name for her. Any suggestions?

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Dogs usually respond best to 2-syllable names. I have a golden Labrador Retriever, and her name is Daisy.
Other names could be Honey, Maisy (Maizy, Maisey), Rosie, Poppy and Lulu.

Abby

Luna, Rose

My dad owned a Golden Retriever named Crystal. I also think that Casey, April, and Dawn are great names.

Nutmeg, Ginger, Paprika, Cayenne.

Pookie if you name her pookie I will forever be happy
My dachunds name is pookie :)

goldy
golden girl
salli
carlie
lady
girlie

Piper! :3

Riley, Jamie, bailey

short, sweet and named after your favorite female... i was told too that dogs listen proper when they have a name that ends with an ie or a y... like molly, allie, ari, sally...
a simple and clear call name, her official name can be anything you want,

my present dog, a yellow lab came to us as a rehome... she had no manners at all, and paid no attention to anything said to her... i had her hearing checked 'cause a dog shall normally stop and look at you when you speak... but she paid no attention, so i sat in front of her and read a list of names, i got to molly and she looked at me, wagged her tail and we were on our way to obedience training... she picked her name, and i know how silly that sounds, but its true... she takes a while to learn something, lots of repetition, but when she puts it together in her head, you can actually see that light bulb go off over her head... she's quite a character...

Short, sweet and named after your favorite female. I was told too that dogs listen best when they have a name that ends with an ie or a y. Like Molly, Allie, Ari, Sally.
A simple and clear call name, her official name can be anything you want,

My present dog, a yellow lab came to us as a rehome. She had no manners at all, and paid no attention to anything said to her. I had her hearing checked because a dog will normally stop and look at you when you speak. But she paid no attention, so I sat in front of her and read a list of names, I got to Molly and she looked at me, wagged her tail and we were on our way to obedience training. She picked her name, and I know how silly that sounds, but its true. She takes a while to learn something, lots of repetition, but when she puts it together in her head, you can actually see that light bulb go off over her head. She's quite a character.