How To Choose The Best Name For Your Pet
The name that you choose to give to your pet speaks volumes about you or your family as individuals. It can be overwhelming sometimes to narrow down a pet's name to just one, so here's a list of some things to think about before making that decision:
Pick a name that your dog will easily recognize and understand. For example; it may be easier to get the attention of your dog with a name like "Baxter" versus "Prince Butternut III"
When you first get your pet, it may be smart to wait a couple of days to give them a name. If you name them "Zippy", but they're hardly active, and rarely run around... it's not going to be too awful fitting for them.
If you have a Poodle, maybe consider a French name? Something German for a German Shepherd, Daschund, Schnauzer. You get the idea.
Your pet will be going through their whole life with this new name, and as a pet owner you'll be saying it hundreds -- if not thousands of times -- throughout their lifetime. Choose a name that you'll feel comfortable using in public.
Remember that the name that you choose lets others know how you feel about your pet.