What to consider when naming your dog
Your dog will become a unique member of your family and his or her name will be heard often. So, it's of vital importance to get it right. There are a number of factors you can take into consideration when naming your dog to make sure you get it right. So you need to take some dog names in account.
We have various puppies for sale where we always work for naming them according to their new owner. As that puppy will be a part of family. So naming properly is really important.
The gender of your dog is one of the simplest ways to help you choose a dog’s name. There are many names that reflects and are suitable to specific genders. Names such as Molly and Princess for female dogs or Duke and Rocky for male dogs fall into this category. If you are having difficulty choosing your dog’s name, perhaps narrow down your options by gender.
Your pet’s characteristics are a great way to choose a name that is both unique and appropriate for your dog. Every dog, regardless of breed, has certain physical characteristics that are unique. By pinpointing the unique markings, colour, size or coat attributes your dog has, you can come up with a dog name that reflects your dog’s singularity.
Your pet’s character or personality is as unique as its physical characteristics. Every dog has its own personality that sets him/her apart from other dogs of the breed. There is no harm in spending some time getting to know your dog’s personality before giving him/her a name that is suited to the very nature of the dog.
Often people will choose names that are suited to their breed. Many of the traditional breeds have become associated with specific types of names inspired by their appearance and pedigree. Purebreds tend to have more impressive names while mutts tend to have quirkier names associated with them. Consider your dog’s breed when choosing a name for your dog to help find a name that is perfectly suited to your pet.
Your pet is part of your family, and much a part of who you are. It may help you in choosing your pet’s name, to consider your interests and preferences. You may be a classics scholar or a music lover, love fast cars or a certain city. Consider choosing a name for your dog that is related to the interests and hobbies that inspire you.
This is one way of ensuring a unique dog name that has extra significance for you.
After using all the factors that can help you to choose the right name for your four legged friend, it is important to make sure the name works. Remember that dog names should be one or two syllables only and should not sound similar to any other names in the family or like a command. Shorter names are easier for the dog to recognise and respond to.
Bear in mind that this is the name that will remain with your dog for the rest of its life, and will need to suit your dog and you in the years to come.
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