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8Apr 2021

Best Puppy Names For Female Puppies

Maria Leindecker

Best Puppy Names For Female Puppies

The first thing all the pet parents do when they bring a new puppy home is to give them a good (you can say a trendy) name. Providing a name to the puppies is actually a good thing as it will help you refer to them or call them. It helps in creating a bond between the owner and the pet. Naming your female puppy is really a fun task but also very daunting. It is daunting because choosing the right name for the female puppies can become a bit difficult. Every pet parent wants to provide a name that is definitely unique and even suits the personality of the female pup. Besides this, the name you choose or select for your puppy also portrays your personality, hobbies, and preferences. 

Note: Naming a female puppy is also an important part of her training as she will learn to respond to the word and recognize your voice. In this article, we shall provide a list of the female puppy names in vogue right now and provide you with some tips to ensure that the naming of your new puppy is hassle-free. 

Bella

Lucy

Daisy

Molly

Maggie

Lola

Sophie

Chloe

Sadie

Bailey

Paris

Madison

Chelsea

Jade

Opal

Ruby

Willow

Dakota

Nova

Sydney

Coco

Lily

Gracie

Roxy

Abby

Zoey

Stella

Zoe

Ginger

Penny

 

Rosie

Ellie

Bambie

Milliie

Riley

Dixiee

Winn

Izzy

Lady

Kristy

Penelope

Bonnie

Missy

Frankie

Sugar

Fiona

Dolly

Georgia

Delilah

Trixie

Pearl

Jasmine

Remi

Minnie

Maddie

Leia

Poppy

Josie

Harper

Angel

Pet parents are quite particular when it comes to choosing a name for their female puppies because it is something that will be used to call their little furry friend for years to come. Just like human babies’ names, the names that are given to puppies are also given due consideration. And you don’t want to choose an outdated name for your puppy, right?

#1 For Female Puppies, You Must Choose A Name That Has An Ending With A Vowel: 

For Female Puppies, You Must Choose A Name That Has An Ending With A Vowel

The vowels are the letters that make a particular sound whereas consonants do not make any sound. If you want your dog or puppy to recognize your voice, you must opt for the names that end with a vowel. It would become easier for you to gain their attention. So you can choose some interesting names for your female dogs, such as Josie, Allie, or Rossie. 

#2 Ensure That The Name You Choose Is Having Two Syllables: 

For naming your female puppies, you must avoid names that are very long. So you must choose from those names that are made up of two syllables, as it will be easier for the female puppies to understand. You can list out all the short names for female puppies that have two syllables. Now go through these names multiple times in the presence of your dog and see how she is responding to the names. You can choose the name that is comfortable for you to say and even easier for the dog to understand. Moreover, the names with two syllables are more attention-grabbing. 

#3 Don’t Choose Any Names That Feel/Sound Like A Command: 

You must focus on selecting those names that do not sound like a command to your female puppy. For instance, if you want to teach your dog a command “Fetch” for bringing anything. Then you should not use words that rhyme with such words. It will confuse them and make it difficult for them to differentiate between the two words. You can go for regular names like Jamie, Sally, or Holly to name your female dogs. 

#4 You Can Utilize The Hard Consonants While Choosing A Name For Your Female Dog: 

You Can Utilize The Hard Consonants While Choosing A Name For Your Female Dog

When you are including the hard consonants in the names of the female dogs, it becomes easier for them to recognize and grasp. Examples of such female dog names are Gracie or Julie. 

#5 Never Associate The Names Of Puppies With Negativity: 

Whenever you are calling out the name of your female puppy, she will associate it with herself and understand that something is meant to her or for her. So make sure the words you use are always used in a positive context and not something scary. 

#6 Do Not Use The Names For Puppies That Are Similar To Other Family Members: 

When you are finalizing the names for your female dogs, make sure to avoid any that are similar to other family members’ names. It will confuse them when to respond and when not to respond. For instance, if there is Sara in your home, then do not name your puppy Cara.

Summary:

Selecting the right feminine name for your puppy can be extremely difficult. Being confused is quite obvious. But you are not alone in this. There are many pet parents who find it hard to choose the right name for their female dogs. But the list of names and the points will surely help you. Just keep in mind these essential points, and the naming process will become smooth for you.

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