Most Popular Dog Names for 2009
Great Names For Your Dog or Puppy
Nov 11, 2008 Amie Cunningham
Choosing a name for your new puppy is an exciting time for some, but frustrating for others. Check out the top 20 dog names for male and female dogs to get some ideas.
So you've just brought home a little ball of fur that is a puppy and it now needs a name. Sometimes a name comes easily to new pet owners and they may even have a name picked out before they even go into the pet store. For others, choosing a puppy name may be a more difficult decision as they want to make the right choice.
Your dog is a very important member of the family. He is there for you during the good times, and most importantly, he is there for you during the bad times. So don't you think he deserves a great name? That is why it's important to take your time choosing the right name for your new puppy. You may want to get to know your puppy a little bit before giving her a name to make sure you've made the right decision.
Some people choose to give their pet a name based on their physical characteristics such as Blackie, Scruffy or Spot. Others like to use their pets' personality traits as inspiration for a name, such as Fireball or Puddles. Choosing a Puppy Name
Currently most people have been naming their puppies using real people names because they think of their pets as true members of the family. It's as if they are little people just like us. That's why the trend for 2008-2009 is to name your dog based on people names.
These names work great for dogs of all breeds and sizes. If you're stuck for ideas, check out the latest most popular dog names for male and female dogs. According to Veterinary Pet Insurance, Max and Bella top their 100 most popular dog names list for 2008. If you want to see some of the other names that made the list, see below:
Most Popular Male Dog Names
20. Same Most Popular Female Dog Names