The name we select for a puppy is the key to
communicating with him for the rest of his life.
So the name should be such that it is meant to
generate a quick response from the dog. If it
rhymes too closely with another member of the
house, with a frequently used word, or with a
command, the dog could become confused and respond
inappropriately or not at all. Many dog owners
also strive to choose a name that matches with
the dog’s individuality, along with demonstrating
their inner feelings toward the puppy.
Ideal names to give a dog a name are comprised
of two syllables; some examples of this are Hairy,
Nacho, Palmer, Tatoo, Webster. Trainers say that
dogs will learn and quickly respond to these types
of short sounds, making training easier and long
term control of the dog easier.
The puppy has a much easier time of learning
and responding if her name does not sound like
a command that is being given. Similarly, the
name should not sound like a joke. Dogs are sensitive
and intuitive.They can distinguish and understand
the mood of the person and the emotions within
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