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You also want to make sure that you pick a name that your doggy will respond well too; according to science, you’re looking for a short one or two syllable name, max. Anything more complex and it’s likely your dog will find it difficult to learn their new moniker - and not respond so well to training.
Experts also suggest picking a name that starts with a hard/stop consonant, as it’s easier to grab your pup’s attention with a stop consonant.
And you should avoid ‘negative’ names, such as Killer or Bruiser, as it tends to give people a bad first impression of your dog - even if he’s the ultimate sweety-pie for Female Dog Names.
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