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    The Best Dog Names

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    When you visit the kennel to choose, from the dogs for sale, the one that will become your puppy, the one who will become your best friend for many years, it’s no easy job, as the rolling puffs are one cuter than the other. But to find dog names for the new puppy is an even more difficult task!

    Many masters, already know how they will call their future pet even before they take them home from the kennel. Names for dogs must not be hastily decided on, since this is the word, which puts them in touch with the owner, will form the foundation of the education and dressage.

    What Should Be The Dog's Name?

    It is well known that dogs are capable to perceive only two syllable sequence of sounds; therefore, pet dog names should be kept short.. But if you still would like a longer name, try a shortened version of it, because it is easier for the puppy to remember. As long as the dog learns his name, however hard it would be, don’t use nick names, because it only gets him confused.
    And the number of syllables is not all, the sound of the dog’s name is important! If the dog's name is made of soft vowels, for example, it begins with an "f" the next vowel should be deep and strong, but if your pet's name begins with as a strong letter like "r" it can continue with any letter since the puppy will quickly learn it.

    Names with repeating syllables, such as Lulu, Fifi or Dodo are not only popular, but they can easily be remembered by your pets. However, dog names with many a, u, o, f, p, b or l, will be more difficult to learn for the puppy, find a puppy.

    In the choice of the name, the dog’s breed, sex, and size are not negligible. The following description can help you navigate in the search of the perfect names for dogs.  


    Small Dog Names

    Small dogs, because of their nature, respond more quickly to conductor words. Small dogs like the Jack Russell terrier, the French bulldog, the Westin, the Yorkie, the Havanese Bichon and the Bolognese Bichon, the Chihuahua, the Beagle and the Pug, are perfectly suited to sweet, playful, especially soft dog names containing vowels: Snowball, Sponge, Cherry etc

    Large Dog Names

    Large dogs with stronger body structure, in contrast with their size react more calmly and more slowly to the caller's words. They best fit names with hard vowels and shorter length, which they remember more easily, and tend to listen to. For the Labrador, the Retriever, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier etc the apt, prestige and style suggesting names may be things such as Basil, Rex, Rocky etc.

     

    Find your ideal dog or puppy which you will have the excitement of naming.

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