If you have a new puppy at home or you are waiting for one, we are sure that you are thinking about how to name it. This is important because it’s essential to have a name from the very beginning so that it can grow accustomed to it. There’s a huge variety . Which do you choose?
Try to keep it simple. No matter your dog’s age or race, they won’t understand long names. One or two syllables are perfect for dogs to recognize as their names, considering they recognize sounds, not words. If you’re not convinced with this idea, you should know the top most popular dog names for males and females are Max and Bella, and so they’ve been for two years in a row. They keep winning as the names humans choose the most for their pups. You see? Max, one syllable; Bella, two syllables.
Sometimes we dedicate too much time into thinking, realizing it’s like naming a baby and there’s no turning back after you choose one. Some people also feel pressured, and it’s fine, having a dog and naming him/her ain’t easy! Whatever name you choose not only will it speak of your way of thinking but it’ll say much about your dog too. So, it’s okay if you want to be funny and pick a hilarious name, but don’t embarrass your dog, please. You should definitely think one that you can say out loud, anywhere. And, don’t be rude, avoid names that can be perceived as insults or bad language.
Remember the name you choose is the name you’ll use to train him/her too! So, try not to pick one that sounds like a command, e.g. “No”, “Sit” and “Come”
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