Gone are the days of 'Fido,' 'Spot,' and 'Rover.' According to a recent study, Coloradans are finding name inspiration — uh, well, exactly where you'd think they would.

The 'dog people' over at Rover released their annual list of top dog names for 2018, reporting the top dog names and trends in Colorado over the last year, and the results will... probably not shock you. In Denver, Patch.com noted that 'Marijuana-themed monikers like 'Mary Jane' and 'Doobie' are up 41 percent.'

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Not everyone is drinking their bong water though. Colorado's most-popular name for a male dog this year was Charlie, followed by Max, while Bella and Luna were the top names for female dogs. You can see the rest of the list via Rover.

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