We were inspried by a list of dog names that originally appeared on sheknows.com to compile our own picks on great dog monikers.We all want our doggies to be unique as we are, so check out our list below to be inspired! You might love them or hate them, but if you hate them then you know they’re definitely not suitable for your little furry ball.
Unique dog names inspired by favorite fashion gurus.
Unique dog names inspired by places
Unique dog names inspired by drinks These dog names are inspired by some of our adult beverages. Be careful not to name your dog after your favourite drink. If you have long conversations about it, your poor pooch will get very confused!
Unique dog names inspired by historical figures. Every dog is a little general in their own way.
Unique dog names inspired by celebrities. Is your puppy always the center of attention? Check out these great names for the star of the show:
Names inspired by singers. Your puppy always singing your praises? Give them a fitting name.
Unique dog names inspired by writers Whether they’re novelists, bloggers or social commentators, your pup will be in well-written company with names like these.
Unique dog names inspired by fictional characters. Your favourite fictional companions could become your real life companions with these names:
Unique dog names inspired by tech. Get your geek on with these dog names that take inspiration from the world of technology.
J-Peg (bonus points for naming your miniature cutie J-Pug)
A Word of Warning: When naming your dog you might want to make sure that none of your friends or immediate family have the same name. While it could be viewed as very flattering, they might take offence. If they say ” you named your DOG after me?” – don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Similarly my name is Phoebe and through out my life people have said to me “Oh I love that name I have a cat/dog/horse called Phoebe”. The only response to that is “ohh” followed by a confused face.
Here are a few Do’s and Don’ts:
Choose a name that you like. You will be using it all the time, so you should enjoy the sound of it.
Pick a one or two syllable name. Longer names could be difficult for your dog to understand.
Try out the new name for a few days and see how your dog responds.
Use a name that sounds like a command you plan to teach your dog. You’ll end up confusing your dog and yourself.
Name your dog something that others may find offensive or embarrassing. Your dog’s name is as social and as frequently used as your name, so don’t name your dog something that others may find offensive or embarrassing. Otherwise the joke will be on you.
Pick a complicated name like Sir Fluffy Von Wagglestein unless you plan to actually use a simplified call name like “Sir” or “Fluffy.”
Above all make sure your pet is covered with pet insurance. That way even if you run into trouble with the name you won’t run into trouble with your wallet.
Check out www.petinsurance.ie to buy low cost pet insurance for your dog.