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Can you guess San Francisco’s top dog names?

A new list of top San Francisco dog names for 2016 has been released by dog sitting site Rover.com.

For male dogs, the top ten names are as follows: Max, Charlie, Buddy, Cooper, Jack, Rocky, Buster, Toby, Milo and Teddy.

Female dogs’ in San Francisco are most frequently named Bella, Lucy, Lola, Daisy, Luna, Coco, Molly, Sadie, Penny or Roxy.

According to Rover 28 percent of all dog names are also human names. Celebrity’s names—such as Apple or Shiloh—account for eight percent.

Fifty-three percent of dog owners named their dogs after characters in movies or TV shows, such as Luna or Dobby (from Harry Potter), or Khaleesi or Arya (Game of Thrones).

You can find the full list of top dog names in San Francisco and beyond on Rover’s website.dog namesdogsrover.com

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