5 Fun Ways to Pick a Perfect Name for Your Pet.
When it comes to Pet names we have seen it all at Personalised Pet Collars. On an average year we will embroider pets names to around 15,000 custom dog collars and personalised cat collars.
Names will range from the old classics we see topping our monthly top 10 lists like Toby and Bella to some out there names like Blackbetty and Starsha.
So after compiling all the pets names from all the orders we received this year (last year by the time you read this) for our 2020 Top 100 Pet Names List, we thought we analysis where the names are coming from and share the secrets of Australian Pet Owners.
Tip 1 - Name Them Using Popularity.
This is the least fun way to name your new pet, but if you fear ridicule at the groomers or vet when ever you drop them off you can select the same names that have been on our Top Lists for years.
Here are some examples of the name that have been gracing our list for years.
Tip 2 - Name Them Using Food.
This method of naming was definitely a trend in 2020. Some of the most tasty names based on food or food stuffs were.
Tip 3 - Name Them Using Your Hobbies.
This is where it gets fun, whether you love sports or are into cars there are plenty of inspirational names you can find from the things you love to do. Here are some of our favourites from 2020.
Tip 4 - Name Them Using Places.
Country, city and town names are becoming a popular source for Pet names in Australia. Whether it is the town you grew up in, a city you have travelled to or somewhere that is on your bucket list. Why not name your fur baby after it.
Tip 5 - Name them Using Music & Movies.
We all have favourite songs, bands, movie, TV Shows and actors. Within ll these is a treasure trove of names that might be perfect for you new pet. Here are some that we loved from 2020.
Maverick (and Goose was there too)
Bonus Tip - When You Choose the Name, Embroider it to a Collar.
This may sound a little salesy but it is far from it. Last night we got this message after a lost dog, freaked out by the fireworks, jumped into a persons backyard who let us know about it on social media.
You can never control the reason they might become lost. It could be a gate left open, a dig under a fence or a bad reaction fireworks and storms.
What you can control is having Pet Identification that, doesn't fall off, is easy to read (with the benefit of looking great). If the person can read the name and calm your dog and then call you right away with their location, it is a less stressful scenario for you, your pet and the person that found them.