How to choose a name for your pet

Naming your pet should be easy, but folks often pass very hard and stress out all over it. I have had lots of pets and naming it has never been an issue, but has much been lots of play. Here are a few basic principle.

Do not name the pet you do not have! Do not decide a name for a pet you are getting as it might not fit. For instance, you may choose a name of "Buster" for the bulldog you're going to get or a name of "Missy" for the kittycat you are planning on, only to find they do not work. Your Bulldog may be more of a Leonard or Chad, and Butch or Bob could be a more appropriate name for your cat.

Think double around reusing names. I friend named his cat after an ex girlfriend of mine. A different friend named his dog after me. Both were amusing but not good long term names. Do you really want to name your dog after your dead grandpa or your canary after your deceased wife? Think twice.

Choice a name you like. Your pet won't care and it is no one else's business. Your pet, your name, is the basic rule.

Remember you are able to use a nickname if you would like. I'm Harold, but always called Harry. My Uncle Throckmorton was called Uncle Butch. You are able to change a pet's name if the original name Is not figuring out. It is not like changing a child's name; you can just do it! My mother in laws dog came with the inappropriate name of Greta. Greta is now Frank, a much more appropriate name for her.

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