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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 of cool and cute dog names. Which do you choose?
Tips for naming your dog
Naming a pet is fun (and sometimes difficult for the whole family), but there are a few important tips to keep in mind when deciding. For your pet’s name, consider:
There are dozens of fun and creative names for your dog or puppy on this site - you will be able to find the perfect name to suit the personality and characteristics of your new canine friend! We have collected many names - imaginative, fun and special for any breed, male or female - for you to choose.
Do you have a female dog and do not know what to name? We have compiled the most successful have had throughout this year 2014. Many of the most popular the past are repeated, such as: Bella, Kiara and Bambi, pert there are new names that are gaining popularity, as Penny, Anni and Abba. There are all sorts of names for female dogs, you have to decide as you prefer, if short or long, if fun and edgy or traditional, popular or weird … Which will you choose?20 November, 2014
Infographic with most popular dog names of our website dognames.info during this year 2014. Here you can find names in the category: male/female.13 October, 2014
Congratulations! Your family has just acquired a new member, complete with wet nose, four legs and a waggly tail. Now you just need to name the furry little addition because while calling them pooch, pup or mutt for the next decade may seem like a good idea, it would be akin to your parents naming you Human and is frankly the height of laziness. No matter what the motivation is behind the name you choose, there are a few things you should keep in mind. Firstly try to keep it short and simple – no more than two syllables. Dogs … Continue Reading29 July, 2014