Naming your pet
Naming your new Pet is sure to be an activity the whole Family will enjoy so here's a few suggestions to get you started and a couple of important points to consider.
1. Avoid choosing a commonly used word whenever possible
Make sure your Pets name does not sound like a commonly used word in the home or a family members name. Dogs especially are sensitive to the syllables in a word so naming them Bo will quickly becomes confused with No and will make it tricky for your pet to learn their new name and settle in.
2. Choose something that suits their personality
Different Breeds tend to have different personalities and this can often be a good place to start when deciding on your pets name. A Whippet for example is a quiet and dignified dog most of the time so will suit a more formal name like Winston whereas a Cavoodle is often full of fun and pretty cheeky so might suit something more playful or cute such as Ralph
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