Hello! I’m here to take the confusion out of naming your next new pet. This is a very delicate process that must be attended to with the utmost care. There are many techniques one may use to name their pet. Remember, that once you pick a name for your pet, you must not change it, because you do not want to create any unwanted confusion for your pet. Now I shall tell you the steps involved in the pet naming process.
First of all, it is crucial to keep it G-rated. If it would be unfit for a child’s ears, or you would not repeat it in front of your grandmother, then don’t even consider that name. You may think it is cute, but others may find it offensive.
It is also advisable to keep the name short. Experts have claimed that keeping the name down to one or two syllables for the sake of the animal. It is also known that animals respond best to names that end in “y” or “ie”.
Okay, now to the actual naming process. There are many ways to name your pet. You could name it based on looks. If you get a dog, and it has spots, go with the name Spot. If you have a cat with a lot of fur, name it Fluffy. There’s also the generic “Princess” if it’s a female, and “Prince” if it is a male. There’s also the possibility of irony. Take the way it looks, and find a fitting opposite word. For example, you can take a huge dog, such as this (point at steroid dog) and name it “Tiny”. Or perhaps, you have a small adorable dog such as this one, (point at small adorable dog) you could name it monster. Or “Harry,” for this little bald one here (point to bald). As you can see, there is quite a plethora of ways to name your dog using the irony method.
The animal’s personality is also a key option while selecting a name for it. If it’s energetic, go with the name “Dynamo” or “Rocket”.
There is the option to name it after a family member. But, remember to ask them their permission. If you named this dog (point to ugly dog) after your sister, I don’t think she’d be too ecstatic about it....