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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.
Choosing a name for a new puppy is a very important decision. The name will be used to communicate with the dog for the rest of his or her life. Allow some time to choose the name and consider the following suggestions. Your puppy’s name should reflect his personality. It is therefore appropriate to think well before deciding . Here are some items that need to be considered before you start looking : Choose a short name and easy to remember. It is preferable that the appellation have no more than three syllables, for the animal’s easier to hold him. … Continue Reading24 May, 2014
Pet naming is an issue that carries with it various sorts of cultural baggage and expectations. In the US, and perhaps worldwide, some names given to dogs, for instance, will immediately bring to mind famous examples. Even children who have not grown up in the eras of Benji and Lassie may recognize these names as belonging to a scruffy terrier or a regal collie. Recognizable canine names are fun and cute, but giving your dog a name that is too common might result in confusion at the dog park, track, or vet’s office. Even names not quickly associated with famous … Continue Reading3 March, 2014
Maltese, the ideal companion for people with allergies Do you or your family has allergy problems but wants to have a puppy at home? Then you could consider getting a Bichon Maltese. Although no breed of dog is totally hypoallergenic, due to its characteristics, the Bichon Maltese breed has been identified by the American Kennel Club as one of the races that gives less allergy problems. For what reason? Because the bichon Maltese due to its type of hair, does not shed it and it’s a fine hair, makes skin peeling (responsible for causing allergy) not being able to be … Continue Reading24 January, 2014
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