To determine which names belong on this list, we looked at our database of 925,000 names given in 2013 and compared their popularity that year to their popularity in 2004. The 10 female and male names that gained the most ground made the cut.
Charlie first joined the Top 100 in 2010 and peaked last year as the No. 9 most trendy female dog name, a 41-spot rise from 2004. This year its position slipped just slightly to No. 10.
Scout broke into the Top 10 this year by rising 46 places.
Neither Charlie nor Scout made the Top 50 Most Popular Puppy Names.
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