Dog Names

Dog Names

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When it comes to having a new puppy in your life and bringing her or him a uniquename, there are many approaches. It's true that when most people made the decisionto buy or adopt a dog, they may already have a clear idea about the exact breed, age,or color they want, but they usually did not prepare a suitable name yet. Picking aname for a puppy might sound easy at first, but it can become a tough task if youhaven't already thought about it. Here we collect several dog names lists to helpinspire you.

The most common way of naming a dog is to pick a name based on their gender. It's abit cliche I know, but it's useful. Just like humans, dogs also have their classic male orfemale names. You can never go wrong with those classic naming trends. Popularmale dog names often reflect heroic codes. They are related to courage, loyalty, andbraveness. While popular female dog names usually stand for innocent, beauty, andkindness. Every puppy deserves a great name that can represent all the best qualitiesin the world.

Some people opt for other ways of naming their dogs. They don't want to randomlypick up a stereotyped name among the gender lists. To the opposite, they want tochoose a name that can perfectly reflect their dogs' personality-and themselves'! Onecan look for cute or cool names, while others may go for ironic, silly, or over-the-topnames for their dog. Someone even decides to base their dog's name off of theirfavorite book, TV series, movie, or band. The only tip I want to remind you guys is:always think twice before naming your dog after a unique but wired name. Your dogwon't be embarrassed. But you will! Remember that you will be saying your dog'sname out loud frequently lol.

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