2017 wrap up: Here were the most popular dog names in 2017

Rover has announced its annual list of most popular dog names for the year.

The nation's largest network of pet sitters, dog walkers and pet-related content has released its yearly report for 2017. Using collections from its database, Rover compiled a list of most popular monikers for man's best friend -- and to be honest, we're not that surprised.

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Top dog names of 2017
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Here are this year's most popular dog names according to Rover.
10. Sophie
10. Tucker
9. Bailey 
9. Duke 
8. Maggie
8. Bear 
7. Molly
7. Oliver
6. Sadie
6. Rocky 
5. Lola
5. Jack
4. Luna
4. Buddy
3. Daisy
3. Cooper
2. Lucy
2. Charlie
1. Bella
1. Max
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The pups that made it to the top 10 consisted of mostly human names, such as "Jack," "Sophie" and "Bella." Nearly 44 percent of all dog names are human, found the database.

Interestingly enough, Rover pointed out that monikers inspired by "powerful women" were up 21 percent, including "Oprah," "Katniss" and "Madonna." Wonder Woman-themed names were up 45 percent, while the name "Ivanka" surged almost 90 percent in the past year. 

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Similarly, pet owners seemed to look to pop culture for some name inspiration. Names from Stranger Things such as  "Barb" grew 188 percent, while Eleven grew 166 percent. Star Wars fans looked to "Rey" and "Leia," and other television fans loved "Khaleesi" and "Snow."

You can find Rover's full report for the year here

Related: Here are some brilliant pups

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25 of the smartest dog breeds
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25 of the smartest dog breeds

BORDER COLLIE

According to Coren, these dogs are able to learn a new command in under five seconds and follow it at least 95 percent of the time.

POODLE

Second place on Coren’s list of smartest pups, these beauties are also great family dogs and hypoallergenic.

GERMAN SHEPHERD

There’s a reason why these guys make great crime-fighting pals—they’re obedient and alert (and handsome, too).

GOLDEN RETRIEVER

The ultimate family-friendly dog, these pooches are loyal, whip smart and very patient.

DOBERMAN PINSCHER

Playful and fun-loving, this breed is easy to train and fiercely loyal.

SHETLAND SHEEPDOG

Hey, only a highly intelligent breed would be able to raise a pig. (If you don’t get this Babereference, please go rent the movie immediately.)

LABRADOR RETRIEVER

The most popular dog breed in America is also one of the smartest. Great with families, these guys are loving and loyal.

PAPILLON

Named after the French word for “butterfly” (just look at those sweet, pointed ears), this toy breed is intelligent, energetic and friendly.

ROTTWEILER

Fans of children’s book Good Dog, Carl won’t be surprised to discover that rotties are fearless, devoted and confident. (And also very obedient, according to Coren.)

AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG

No wonder these canines are such excellent work dogs. But even without cows to herd, this breed makes great companions thanks to their obedience, loyalty and protective nature.

PEMBROKE WELSH CORGI

We wouldn’t expect anything less from Her Majesty’s favorite breed.

MINIATURE SCHNAUZER

Full of energy, these friendly pups are fast learners and sociable (and they have the best mustaches).

ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL

Affectionate, athletic and attentive, these tail-waggers were bred as hunting dogs.

BELGIAN TERVUREN

Ideal watchdogs, these pooches are highly trainable and have boundless energy.

SCHIPPERKE

From the Belgian region of Flanders, this breed is curious, confident and clever. (Although these small pups definitely think they’re bigger than they are.)

BELGIAN SHEEPDOG

Those Belgians really know a thing or two about smart pooches, don’t they?

COLLIE

Well, duh—have you never seen Lassie before?

KEESHOND

Outgoing and playful, this sturdy breed is known for the markings around their eyes that looks like glasses.

GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER

Cooperative and trainable, these pups are popular hunting dogs so they need plenty of exercise.

FLAT-COATED RETRIEVER

Great with kids, this friendly breed is also a popular therapy dog.

ENGLISH COCKER SPANIEL

With their soft and luxurious coat, these guys love being friendly with kids, adults and even other pups. 

STANDARD SCHNAUZER

Devoted, loving and playful, these guys are also hypoallergenic.

BRITTANY

Known as sensitive souls who are very clever and attentive.

COCKER SPANIEL

Thanks to a certain fictional female dog, the cocker spaniel has a lot to live up to.

NOVA SCOTIA DUCK TOLLING RETRIEVER

If you’re looking for a dog that loves to play fetch, then look no further than this smarty-pants.

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