Naming a new puppy may seem like an easy task, but it quickly proves to be anything but. We’ve assembled the top 50 most popular girl dog names to give you some inspiration for giving the perfect name to your leading lady. A name, good or bad, will stick with your dog for life. Here are some important things to consider when naming your new puppy girl.
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– Sometimes a pup’s personality will suggest a fitting name. Does she have an interesting way that she carries herself? Maybe your puppy has distinct markings or gravitates toward a certain kind of play.
– Stick with short names. Dogs will have an easier time recognizing their name if it is one or two syllables. Try shortening “Her Fluffiness, Izzabella” to “Izzy”.
– Consider names with hard consonants. Dogs hear hard syllables like K’s and T’s because they have a sharper quality than gentler vowel sounds. A name that starts with a harder syllable like this will help your pup recognize it instantly. Names that end in long E and short A sounds work well also.
– Do not choose names that sound similar to a command word. Dogs don’t know words, they just recognize the sound of specific words. If a dog’s name is very much like the sound of one of her commands, this will cause confusion.
– You should get permission if naming your puppy after a person. Aunt Matilda just may not find it flattering to have a dog namesake.
Top 50 Girl Dog Names List
I have lived in big cities my entire life. Having grown up on the Upper East Side in Manhattan, my early life was an exciting one, filled to the brim with interesting encounters and opportunities popping up at every street corner. Like many city people, my passion for dogs first started when my parents decided to bring a puppy into the household. For them, it was a way of getting me to spend less time at his computer or wandering aimlessly around the city with my friends. Little did they know that bringing a Labrador Retriever into their apartment would determine not only the course of their son’s professional career but also my love life.
Having obtained a Computer Science Bachelor’s degree from Fordham University, I went on to pursue an IT career in the Big Apple. After a few years of doing basic cybersecurity and tech support work in various offices around Manhattan, I decided to leave New York and look for my calling in Boston, Massachusetts. There, I got a Master’s degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Web Development. As a means of supporting myself through college, he found a salesman job at a local paper company, where he met Mary, the love of my life and the person I’d end up creating My Sweet Puppy with.
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I have a 8 week old female chihouha? What r the trending dog names in 2019? Should she be wearing clothes at this age? Where do i take my dog for training?
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According to Rover.com, the most popular 2018 dog names were the following:
Male Dog Names
Female Dog Names
For more on dog names, visit:https://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/04/garden/the-art-of-naming-a-dog.html