You want to give your new puppy the perfect name, but you don’t have a lot of money.
At first, it may seem impossible to find a catchy and creative dog name without breaking the bank. But with these 8 tips for saving on gangster dog names, you can say goodbye to boring names like “Spot” and “Buddy.” Brainstorm possible names by brainstorming words and combining them with other words, for example “Biscuit” + “Butter” = Butter Biscuit. You can also use song lyrics as inspiration, or try to create a word that describes your dog’s personality (e.g., Courageous).
Try browsing through the animal shelter site Petfinder to find more ideas of gangster dogs names that are perfects puns on popular human baby names like Apple Pie and Benji. Search social media sites for unique name ideas – there is usually at least one person in any given city looking for help naming their new pup! Word of mouth might be someone you know who recently adopted a puppy too.
Consider how your dog will respond to the name before you choose it.
If she responds well when called, but not “barks back” or growls at you in frustration, then a more complex name might be best for her so that she doesn’t feel frustrated (e.g., Tootsie).
Look up lists of popular names for dogs and see which ones are trending right now – people on social media sites have already done this work for you! Just search ”
dog names,” “popular dog names” or other similar phrases on your favorite search engine.
Ask friends and family members for their input, in order to get a variety of opinions (but don’t ask people who hate dogs because it’s unlikely they’ll have many suggestions). A Google+ poll can be created easily – just type: “Dog Name Poll” into the search bar. This will display options where you can invite others to vote as well! Consider naming your new pet after someone famous, but make sure that person is not dead first. The internet has lists of celebrities with doggy namesake possibilities, which might spark some inspiration. For example, one could name his/her pup Barack Obama (yes, that is a real thing!), Buddy Holly, or Elvis.
Consider naming your new pet after someone famous, but make sure that person is not dead first. The internet has lists of celebrities with doggy namesake possibilities, which might spark some inspiration. For example, one could name his/her pup Barack Obama (yes, that is a real thing!), Buddy Holly, or Elvis.” If you are naming your new pet after someone famous, but do not want to name him or her Elvis, Buddy Holly (yes that is a real thing!) then consider looking for celebrities with names similar in the alphabet. For example: Barbra Streisand (B) and Barack Obama if you prefer Bs over Elvises; Bo Derek and Brad Pitt if you prefer Cs over E’s.”
Consider the sentiment behind your name choice carefully. You might be seeking an upbeat dog name like Snoopy or Oscar instead of something more somber such as Adolf Hitler or Fidel Castro. Find some inspiration by reading through lists on sites like DogNamesThatRock.com”
Consider the sentiment behind your name choice
Try to think of a different, unique name for your pet.
Buy dog food in bulk from Costco or Sam’s Club and save money on the per pound prices.
Cross-reference veterinary costs between spaying/neutering with other vaccinations so you don’t overpay for one service and neglect another.
Save all old toys that can be recycled into new ones, this way less ends up going to landfills. Recycle any pens, markers, paperclips etc., at work instead of throwing them away when they run out. These items have ink which is toxic – better off recycling than dumping in landfill! Use your leftovers wisely by making soups like vegetable beef soup with leftover meatballs and noodles.
Puppies can be expensive! -If you’re not sure what to name your pet, think of a creative and unique name. You might find inspiration in TV shows or books that have interesting titles like Game of Thrones. Another option is just the owner’s own initials or last name spelled backwards such as “Tylor” instead of Tyler.” Be warned though, this could lead to trouble with other dogs when it comes time for playtime at the dog park if they hear their friends barking out your canine’s unusual moniker! I recently read an article about how some parents are naming their baby girls names like ‘Sydney’ which then has them spelling their middle initial incorrectly (i.e., D for Sydney) and having trouble in school when it’s time to use their full name.
When your pet is older, you might want to consider a more traditional dog name like Fido or Rover.
These common names make it easier for pets of all shapes and sizes to get adopted into new homes so they can live out the rest of their lives with someone who will truly love them! -If you have any other awesome ideas feel free to comment below. Editor notes: I am not sure if this content should be great as an infographic? If we do decide on that route, let me know what information needs expanding upon first or adding (i.e., specific numbers). Otherwise, just continue writing sentences about how to save money on a “gangster dog name.”
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To save money on your gangster dog name, buy an “American Kennel Club” (AKC) registered and/or recognized purebred dog or mixed breed from a reputable breeder so there’s no question about the health and quality of their puppies. * Dogs that are not AKC registered cost more because they’re bred by people who may be less knowledgeable and careful than responsible breeders. If you want to adopt a pet instead, ask shelters for assistance with low adoption fees for various breeds! Many small dogs can live up to 16 years whereas large dogs usually only reach 12 years; this is another financial factor worth considering before buying a pup.
Consider a mixed breed instead of an AKC registered purebred dog. Mixed breeds are healthier, live longer and cost less;
they also tend to have more varied personalities than purebreeds. * Remember that the price tag for buying or adopting your gangster canine is only part of what you’re paying–dogs need regular food, toys, veterinary care such as vaccinations and spaying/neutering! You’ll also want to factor in time and energy spent exercising your new pet so it doesn’t destroy your house when left alone too long with nothing but its imagination for entertainment 😉
Exercise: When choosing where to exercise your pup make sure there isn’t anything dangerous like broken glass on the ground or hot pavement. – Toys: Your pup will need toys to keep them entertained and from chewing on your furniture or shoes! You can buy some for a little, spend just $30-$50 if you’re not sure what they want, or take the time to make their own toys out of things like old socks and fabric scraps. *Remember that the cost of owning a dog is only part of what you’re spending–dogs need food, care such as vaccinations and spaying/neutering!, and money spent exercising your new pet so it doesn’t destroy your house when left alone too long with nothing but its imagination for entertainment 😉 Longer Description: If this isn’t enough to convince you that adopting an