The following are some interesting dog name ideas:
Kitty Kitty, Little Lulu, Lil’ Miss Muffet, Lil’ Tikey, Little Miss Puffy, Little Scrappy, Little Tiny Timmy.
In the list above there are many good names. You can choose any one of them and make your new pup’s life better!
The following are some great names for puppies:
Little Miss Piggy, Little Miss Fluffy, Little Miss Snuggly, Little Big Girl, Little Baby Bum.
You may want to consider a name ending in s. These include: Squeaky (Scooby Doo), Squishy (Rugrats), Shrimpy (Shrek) and Slimy (Winnie the Pooh). There are other possibilities too!
There are many different types of dogs. Some have short fur, others long fur, some like to play fetch, some don’t. Some like to hunt and guard their food, while others prefer to eat it. All these characteristics determine what kind of dog your puppy will grow up with.
If you’re thinking about adopting a pups from a shelter then you’ll need to think carefully about which type of dog they are before choosing a name for him/her!
In this text we will focus on female dog names that begin with letter K.
Where to start with naming your new pet?
There are many factors to consider.
Is the name pronounceable? Is it too long for your other family members to remember? Does it rhyme with any other word in the house? Can you spell it over the phone without spelling it out? Will your child have to change classes because the teacher can’t pronounce his name?
These are all important questions to ask before choosing a name. It’s also a good idea to have an idea what kind of personality your dog has so you can find a name that suits him or her.
If you’re struggling for ideas you can always use some of the hundreds of websites around that provide thousands of suggestions. You could also try looking at your pet, or asking other people for suggestions to get the ball rolling!
Many vets and dog-lovers use names that have something to do with the physical attributes or personality of the dog. If you want to follow this trend you could try looking for a name that means “Beautiful” if your dog is particularly gorgeous, or you could name your dog after a word that describes his or her personality such as “Grumpy” or “Happy.”
If you’re looking for non-descriptive names there are plenty of those as well. Some examples are: Midnight, Shadow, Flame, Spark and Music. The last one may be a strange one to consider but it’s true! Whether you own a Collie, a Pit Bull or a Chihuahua, any name will fit if you believe in it.
Whatever name you choose for your dog I hope you have many years of fun with it!
Thank you for reading!
Sources & references used in this article:
The book of the bitch: a complete guide to understanding and caring for bitches by J Ross, B McKinney – 1996 – Macmillan
Don’t Shoot the Dog: The Art of Teaching and Training by BK Bergen – 2012 – Basic Books (AZ)
Canine Sports & Games: Great Ways to Get Your Dog Fit and Have Fun Together! by JM Evans, K White – 1997 – books.google.com
Dogs and people in Aboriginal communities: Exploring the relationship within the context of the social determinants of health by K Pryor – 2019 – books.google.com