If you’ve ever had children, one of the first fun things you start thinking about when the pregnancy test turns positive is baby names. The name sticks with them forever. You want it to have meaning and sound good, and you hope that it’s free from negative nicknames.
When it comes to naming your pet, many feel the same importance on the name. With our new cat Ariel, this was the name given to her at the shelter and we chose not to change it. Personally, I love pet names that don’t sound like pet names (like Snowball or Mr. Cuddles) and prefer ones that sound like “real people” names.
Loving Pet Products put out a list of the 100 most popular dog names. I love that the majority of the top 25 names can be real people names and many are on similar baby name lists.
Check out the full list of 100 most popular male dog names on LovingPetProducts
Photo credit: adapted from photostock
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