What to Name Your Pooch
Whether you are buying a new puppy or adopting an older dog, what you name your dog says alot about both you and the puppy. Here are some things to consider when naming your new pet.
Remember your pets name will be used in many contexts. While it may seem funny and cool with the guys to name your pet Butthead, it may not seem so funny when you ask your Aunt Mildred to come over and pet sit for you.
Keep it Simple. While Wigglesworthfeatherbottom may seem to fit your pets look and personality, long names are more difficult during training. Think of your pet as having extreme ADD, with a very long name, they are bored before you even finish yelling their name. Genrally one or two syllable names are best. This will help make sure the nam[MORE]
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