Bulldog Puppy Names

Giving your bulldog puppy a name is very exciting. However, there are some things that you should always remember when giving your bulldog pup a name to avoid confusions. The first thing that you should remember about giving your dog a name is that you should keep the name of your dog short. Short names are easy to remember both for people and for your pet. Furthermore, it would be a good idea to choose a name that has variations in its syllables so that it would roll easily on your tongue.

Another thing is that you should be very careful when it comes to giving your bulldog puppy some foreign sounding name. Note that there are words that may sound really nice but they may actually have some negative meanings. If you really want to give your bulldog pup a foreign sounding name, it would be a good idea to look up the meaning of the word first before you use it to name your bulldog pup. You might end up getting embarrassed in public when you call your dog’s name and somebody who knows the meaning of the word would come up to your and demand that you stop swearing or calling your dog a bad name! Technically, when it comes to naming your bulldog puppy, you should make sure that you will not cause nay embarrassment when you call you dog in public.

What To Avoid When Naming Your Bulldog Puppy

When giving your dog a name, you should avoid giving it a name that could be easily mistaken as a command. Not only will that name sound sinister to people who hears it, you could actually mistake it for a real command. For instance, if you give your dog a name “attack” “bite” or “sit” you will create such confusions that your dog will probably find it difficult to follow your commands. On the other hand, you should make sure that you do not give your bulldog pup a name that could rhyme or could sound like a command. For instance, it give your dog a name “Rum”, the dog could mishear what you just said and would thinking that you are ordering it to “run”.

Another thing that you should avoid when naming your bulldog puppy is that you should not give it a name that would sound like the name of another pet or a member of the family. That would really get you into a lot of trouble especially if you pick out a name that belongs to that of a member of the family who isn’t really that fond of you. Besides, you would not really want to call your dog when that family member is present unless you are inviting troubles.

In the country, the top ten male bulldog names are Jake, Buddy, Max, Duke, Rocky, Buster, Jacob, Sandy, Joshua and Lady. For female bulldogs, the following names are very popular; Maggie, Molly, Brandy, Bailey, Sadie, Lucy, Daisy, Ginger, Tully and Sam.

In general when naming your dog, you should always take into consideration the welfare of your bulldog pup by giving it a name that it could understand properly and would not cause any confusion. General bulldog care so warrants that you take every precaution when it comes to the safety of your bulldog pup.

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