Puppy names: More than a simple task

Once you’ve got yourself a new puppy, the first thing you should do is to come up with a puppy name. People may think that naming their puppies is just an easy task that does not require much thought and consideration. However, things are not that easy as the name would say a lot about your dog, about you, and about what he is meant to be. Here, we would like to introduce some aspects of puppy names: how to give one, how to teach the puppy its name, ect.

1. Puppy names: How to give one

What you should remember is that your puppy name would be used in public, which indicates that names with embarrassing meaning could turn things wrong at a park, a public place… And be unique or not too common, you won’t expect to be jumped at by any dog with the same name or your dog will run after some strangers in the park, right?

Don’t make it hard for yourself by picking long and difficult names that your dog could not respond quickly or it may run away after you finish calling its name. Moreover, don’t confuse your dog by naming it similar to some commands you would teach later. For example, “kit” with “sit”, “fun” with “run”, “batch” with “catch”…

2. Puppy names: How to teach your dog to remember

In order for you puppy to know his name, you need to get to know your dog by feeding him, petting him, taking him for a walk and in the process, always remember to say his name all the time. He will slowly understand what you are trying to communicate.

What you should know is everytime saying your puppy name, say it clear and happy. If your dog interacts or looks at you, it means he understands something, give him a treat to encourage. Consequently, the dog would easily get used to his name.

Some puppy names recommendation

Here are some puppy names that are suitable for some types of dogs.

If your dog is Husky dog, its puppy names could be Akira (‘brightness’), Pluto (‘Roman God’), Anna (‘Grace’). If it is a Siberian one, these are the options: Archie (‘cute and funny’), Comet (‘fast’), Sasha (‘helpmate’)… and many more names for you to choose form the table below: the table of Top 30 Most Popular Male and Female Dog names.

Top male puppy names:

Top female puppy names:

1. Max 1. Bella
2. Buddy 2. Molly
3. Rocky 3. Lucy
4. Bailey 4. Maggie
5. Jake 5. Daisy
6. Charlie 6. Sophie
7. Jack 7. Sadie
8. Toby 8. Chloe
9. Cody 9. Bailey
10. Buster 10. Lola
11. Duke 11. Zoe
12. Cooper 12. Abby
13. Riley 13. Ginger
14. Harley 14. Roxy
15. Bear 15. Gracie
16. Tucker 16. Coco
17. Murphy 17. Sasha
18. Lucky 18. Lily
19. Oliver 19. Angel
20. Sam 20. Princess
21. Oscar 21. Emma
22. Teddy 22. Annie
23. Winston 23. Rosie
24. Sammy 24. Ruby
25. Rusty 25. Lady
26. Shadow 26. Missy
27. Gizmo 27. Lilly
28. Bentley 28. Mia
29. Zeus 29. Katie
30. Jackson 30. Zoey

In conclusion, puppy name is an important task for anyone that has a new dog. This helps you communicate, understand and make a bond between you and the dog. Hope you will pick a suitable name for your puppy.


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