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Girl Dog Names

Updated on January 15, 2012

Girl Dog Names - The Sky's the Limit

I like to share why "the sky's the limit" when it comes to naming your girl dog. It's really different when you are trying to figure out how to name your daughter. With a daughter, you have to consider how she will feel about this name growing up and how others will react. Can you imagine naming her Gertrude and how she might be poked fun at by her peers? When it comes to naming your girl dog, you won't have to worry about what the other dogs think. Knowing it is only you and not your dog that is going to care about her name, you can relax and have lots of fun with becoming as creative as you like.

Let your imagination go wild with girl dog names.

I think it's one of the best parts of having a dog is getting to think of fun creative names that you normally could not name a child. We use to own a pet grooming store, and one of my favorite customers was Captain America. Feel free to let your imagination grow wild. What do you think would be a fun name whom you, and others would enjoy? Allow yourself not to care what others think about the name of your dog. Most likely, they will not judge you with any name you give to your new family member. From my experience at dog parks the crazier the name the more laughs you got from other dog owners.

Royalty girl dog names

Ok maybe you weren't born into or married into Royalty. Don't let that stop you by not having a family member be part of the Royal family. If you feel your new puppy has a lot of stout or attitude wouldn't a Royalty name be ideal. If you have a princess puppy consider naming her Queen Elizabeth or Queen Isabella. You can compliment this name with a high bling collar. I am not sure what the laws are in the UK, but I doubt you would get in trouble for naming your dog after the queen in the US. You also might be a fan and admire the late Princess Diana. Consider naming your new puppy Lady Di to keep her memories alive.

Girl names from your childhood

Why not be a kid again and bring back your childhood by naming it from a girl cartoon character or doll you loved growing up? Does your new puppy like to tumble around or roll over a lot? Maybe consider naming her Thumbellina to fit her personality. Usually if a puppy shows a trait in their early stages, there is a good chance, they will continue that trait like rolling. If you were a fan of the Smurfs like I was consider naming your puppy Smurfette. Maybe your new puppy is a Blue Healer or Kerry Blue Terrier, which would suit the blue smurf name.

Whatever name you decide on just keep in mind that this is your four-legged daughter who will not have a conscious about her name. Every time you say this name your new pup is going to love you with a guaranteed wagging tale. Unlike a human daughter who might be ridiculed by her peers growing up if you named her Petunia after Petunia Pig. Have fun with this name and choose one that will always put a smile on your face when you say it.


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