Anyone who says there are rules for naming pets is a curse; There are no rules to follow although there may be some points that you wish to keep in mind while listening to the name you would like to call your pet. There is a belief that all animals have a name and you should only pay attention to discover it, but we are not all accomplices of dogs not even that patient. Some of us listen and some of us take things on our own, but anyway, your pet’s name is personal and made to please you. After all, it is your pet and you will be the one who calls your name aloud to God and to everyone, so you are the only one who has to like it and live with it.
Giving a child a name after another person is a sign of respect and honor, but it seems that naming a pet after someone is a sign of bad consideration. Very few people can give the wise advice of never naming a pet to a person for fear of offending him, but this is not quite true: sometimes you want to offend people. This may be a controversial issue since doubling a fluffy cat or the ‘Miles’ dog after Miles Davis is not an insult. A labradoodle named Marley would be incredibly cute and a bark called a Chihuahua by his Ex is just plain fun. In any case, whatever you name your pet is what you will call for a long time, so plan accordingly. If your Ex name causes stomach pain, it probably is not what you should call your sweet new collie.
Short and sweet:
It is also true that shorter names are more stylish and easy to shoot when needed. Compare “Jimbo, come on!” a “Nebuchadnezzar, heel” While the latter has its charm, it can be as uncomfortable to say in a hurry as it is to spell. However, if you want to name your little Nepuchadnezzar of Pomerania, go ahead.
You can sleep at night and make sure there are few other dogs in the world with that name. In addition, you can always shorten the name to a cute and brave name like Nezzie or Nebu. There are shapes and forms, but there are always ways. It applies to lockers and applies to the names of dogs. Also you can use online websites like 123Tinki to help you find your awesome dog name.
However, if you take home a puppy that will be basically Sarah’s puppy, you may consider a nickname appropriate for age and another that she can also say. You could use the nickname in this case, you could let Sarah of seven years declare a title, and as lovely as Poopyhead, might surprise the grandparents, or you may choose a name a little easier to pronounce than Nabopolassar, like Monty. Work with the family if the dog is a family pet, but be completely satisfied if the dog is yours alone.
Inspiration in pop culture:
There are some names that come about thanks to movies or cultural phenomena that can also justify the name of a dog. Thanks to the Canadian film Strange Brew in the 1980s, some dogs suffered the indignity of being called Hose Head. Although it may have some strange looks, the teenagers who used the name did not feel self-conscious and even delighted in the grown-up eyebrows of adults and the knowing smile of their peers. Today, an equivalent can be Edward, Jacob or Bella. Not as catchy as Hose Head, but with the same spirit and, to be honest, your dog will not care about his name, as long as you feed him and love him.