Ryan: Netflix’s latest comedy series about a family with kids and pets. The show stars stand up comedian Will Arnett, who is known for his role as Gob Bluth on Arrested Development.
Fiona: Ryan Murphy has made some of the most iconic TV shows we all know and love today including Glee, Nip/Tuck, American Horror Story etc. This name was taken from one of these other hit shows named Fiona Goode (Murphy) from AHS or Murder House.
Frankie & Betsy Blue Jeans: These two were both very popular in Ireland when they came out during the 70s but their popularity died down quickly because many didn’t like them that much.
Frankie & Betsy Blue Jeans: These two were both very popular in Ireland when they came out during the 70s but their popularity died down quickly because many didn’t like them that much. The show follows Frankie as he tries to get his life back on track and fix up an old house with a woman named Betsy by day, who is also his girlfriend. He must face challenges such as getting new jobs from one of these companies called Construction King while trying to reconnect with family members including his son and ex wife’s mother.
Ryan: Netflix’s latest comedy series about a family with kids and pets. The show stars stand up comedian Will Arnett, who is known for his role as Gob Bluth in Arrested Development. It’s about a family with three children and their Golden Retriever named Ryan, who is not the brightest of dogs out there but eventually learns to be protective of his new family from the outside world as he grows up.
Bunnicula: The show follows an adorable bunny rabbit named Bunnicula that drinks blood when it feeds on vegetables, leading two kids (nephews Harry and Chester) to investigate what this creature could be. They find out that Bunnicula may have turned into one after being frightened by a vampire bat at night while he was sleeping in his cage. This animal has no other powers or abilities than just sucking blood like many vampires do which makes him different than most breeds of rabbits.
Dipper’s Guide to the Unexplained: The show follows Dipper and his twin sister Mabel who live in a small town with their Grunkle Stan, but they’ve always had an interest in mysteries of all sorts so when Dipper finds a book about mysterious creatures that he can’t really explain while at school one day, it turns into something more for him as he takes on being a sleuth!
The Haunting of Hill House: This intriguing drama series is based off Shirley Jackson’s 1959 novel “Hill House.” It revolves around five people living together (including two children) after experiencing traumatic events across many generations in this haunted mansion which changes our perceptions about what life should be like.
A Series of Unfortunate Events: The series follows the lives of three orphan children – Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire. After their parents (the kind Mr. And Mrs. Baudelaire) are killed in a house fire they immediately go from being well off to living in poverty at the mercy of other people who seem to care more about money than anything else! In this cruel world where evil is often rewarded for its cruelty, these kids do all they can just stay happy and together but it’s not easy when you’re always running away from danger- after watching you’ll understand why that name was such an unfortunate one!
Deadly Women: This show features interviews with women convicted or accused of
At Dog-Gone Good Corgis, we love dogs. We also happen to have Irish heritage and a lot of our loyal customers are looking for the perfect name for their new fur baby or pup! So, in case you’re lost on what to call your newest family member, here is a list of 13 Netflix shows that feature names with Irish origins.
13 Can’t Miss Netflix Shows on Irish Names for Dogs
The Innocents: The children escape from an oppressive religious society where they were used as guinea pigs in medical experiments.
Dogs With Jobs: This show follows four adorable puppies (who might be adopted by viewers) as they go through training at K-911 Academy;
Since Netflix announced they were adding even more dog-related content to their library, we’ve been busy compiling a list of our favorite Irish names for dogs.
Buddy: This is the first and most popular name on this list! It’s not only cute, but it also means friend or comrade. Isn’t that sweet?
Brittany: We’re going old school with Brittany here – perfect if you want your pup to have an Irish heritage without being too clichéd about the whole thing like poor Paddy (we can’t help). Brittany will be a great alternative since there are few other Brittanys in town.
*Porkchop*: Porkchops are delicious and so are these TV shows.
*Rover*: If you want your dog to have a name that means faithful, loyal or trustworthy then Rover is the perfect one for you. Plus it’s so cute!
Casey: Casey can be a girl OR a boy pup and it sounds just like “Kase” which has Irish roots in its meaning of luck. Who doesn’t need more luck? Especially when adopting an animal..they’ll always need some extra love and care from their new family. Even if they’re not technically human ;)
Here are our favorite Netflix shows with Irish names for dogs (in alphabetical order):
Buddy Dog Pup Starring In Christmas Carol – Aired December 22nd; Coco – Released November 22nd
Fionn – Released November 22nd; Gidget, The Little Girl Who Loved Animals – Aired December 15th
In the Treehouse with Pippy Longstocking: **Aired January 13th *Jasper Jones* – Released October 19th
Porkchop – This one is pretty self explanatory. You’ll want to watch this series if your pup’s name is also Porkchops! ;) Plus it will make you hungry for some bacon and sausage..or maybe just a juicy roast like in Ireland? And don’t worry, there are plenty of chocolate chip cookies too. ;) It aired on March 31st.
Rover (TV Movie) – Rover is about an aging dog who needs someone to adopt him. It airs on February 16th
Tinker (TV Movie) – Tinker is about a little dog who tries to get adopted and find his way home. The TV movie aired January 20th this year.
*The World’s Cutest Dog Shares His Favorite Treats *Yorkshire Terrier Christmas Tails*- Aired December 15th, 2018;
Zack & Quack: Zack Zacksky And The Treasure Map! – Aired December 22nd; Zack & Quack Mystery Of The Lost Eggs! – Released November 23rd” *The World’s Cutest Dog Shares His Favorite Treats *Yorkshire Terrier Christmas Tails*- Aired December 15th, 2018; Zack & Quack: Zack Zacksky And The Treasure Map! – Aired December 22nd; Zack & Quack Mystery Of The Lost Eggs! – Released November 23rd” Before we get started on the list of shows here are some Irish dog names that may inspire you. Some names come from Celtic roots and others come from other sources. Choose one or two for your pup to see if they sound right for their personality as well as what their owner is looking for in a name. Here are just a few examples worth considering while choosing an Irish dog