“It’s all about that bass”…..how about that name? When choosing a pet to invite into your home, the first thing people do is pick a name to call their new companion. And isn’t choosing a name something special? A name is something you will call your beloved friend for its entire life (sometimes 8-15 years or more for dogs, cats, and rabbits). Picking the right name that fits your style and the pets is important. Some people wait a few days to allow the animal to express its personality before selecting an appropriate name. You can base the name by the animals color, size, shape, or nature. Maybe you choose to name your pet after someone famous, a movie character, or a favorite food. Whatever method you decide to pick a unique name, make it fun and don’t complicate it.
Do you have children? Kids love to help name a new pet. Allowing the children to participate in selecting a name gives your family an opportunity to connect. This activity illustrates that the pet is part of the family, and everyone gets involved. What a fun activity. Your pets name can showcase your household’s lifestyle and character. Select the family’s top five choices and place them in a hat and randomly pick the lucky name. Those top five picks should be something the whole family can enjoy calling.
We searched for some of the top ten names. Scroll down to view our compiled mix. Finding pets looking for homes with the said names made it even more unique. If you like the names and are looking for a new four-legged friend, you’re in luck. These homeless pets with the very names we chose for our top ten list are looking for a new opportunity at life. Click on the name and find out more about the pet searching for love. Adopting is so rewarding and worth the time and effort. Every pet deserves a second chance.
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Big “Ben” is a 6yrs Young Lab Mix. He is a great companion for walking or hanging out in the backyard on a sunny afternoon. You can meet him at Animal Care and Protective Services in Jacksonville, FL.
Buster is a young male Domestic Short-Haired. He is looking for a family to grow up with. Please visit him at the Animal Rescue Force of South Florida Inc.
“Jack”ie is a 1yr Young Female Terrier Mix. She is full of love and life and wants to meet you. Find her at the Halifax Humane Society. She has many friends waiting to meet you too!
Sam is a 1.5yrs Young Male Terrier Mix. He has a personality that will fill your heart and home with joy. Go meet him at the Halifax Humane Society.
Bonnie is a Young Female Bunny. She is quiet and reserved and will make a great friend if you live in a small apartment or home. You can learn more about her at the Gainesville Rabbit Rescue.
Charlie is an adult male orange tabby waiting for love. He is fun and outgoing and looking for a forever place to call home. Please learn more about him at the Central Brevard Humane Society.
Max is a male bulldog mix, age unknown. Please go meet him at the Clay County Humane Society. There are many wonderful pets just waiting for a new home.
“Lady” Susan is a sweet 5 years young All American mix breed. Learn more about her at the Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services downtown.
Lucy is a little lady adult Domestic Short-Haired. You can learn more about her at Katz for Keeps. She will make a great lap kitty.
Molly is a young lady 5yrs. She is a lab mix and looking for love at Clay County Animal Control. She is full of energy and would love to be a walking companion for you and your family.