Well, not right away.
Like in the next year soon.
Until then, we’re trying to choose between a Great Dane, Irish Wolfhound, and Labrador Retriever.
Or a Basset Hound and French Bulldog — if you ask the grandparents their vote.
Or a Newfoundland and an Airedale and a Boxer and a Wiemeraner, if you ask the internets. Plus Labradoodles. And Goldendoodles. Basically all the doodles.
While we ultimately don’t yet know what kind of breed we’ll be bringing home, all this new pet pow-wowing has sparked some really fun ideas for names.
And they’re all Disney ones.
Makes you forget about your worries and your strife, doesn’t it?
The littlest dogs think they’re the toughest. This image comes to mind every single time I see one high-stepping down the street.
Consider it a synonym for “princess.”
So cute it’s redonkulous.
Loyal yet not that bright. Makes me love him all the more.
My personal fave, this one is all twinkly fairy dust and pillowy soft cuddles.
Thief, charming, epic hero — things cats think about themselves already.
Just try and look away from those eyes…
9. Tinker Bell
Feisty, stubborn, and she can fly! That cancels out the first two things, right?
You can’t go wrong borrowing from one of the most epic friendships in all of Disney history. (Don’t worry: Copper is on this list too!)
See, told you! More epicness.
He has just met you, and he loves you.
Someone has to keep the cats away.
Pretty sure he’s a Newfoundland.
Like Flynn, but vintage.
16. Captain..And Jack…And Maybe Sparrow
SO CUTE. Yes, yes, your critter too.
Because he wins at all the names.
Two words: Scary feet.
Hey, if it’s good enough for the head mouse…
One word: multitasker.
Two words: Free smells.
“I’M GONNA WRECK IT!”
The animal version of your mee-maw.
This Inuit word means “black bear,” and it sounds all cool and stuff.