Leader of the pack
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Spot and Lassie may be cute dog names from the past, but today’s breed reads more like screen credits from a chic Hollywood cast. Bella, Lucy, Daisy, Lola, and Luna are the top five girl dog names and Max, Charlie, Buddy, Cooper, and Jack lead the male category. “As the bond between people and their pets grows, we’ve seen a shift in how pets are named,” says Brandie Gonzales, Rover.com spokesperson and pet lifestyle expert. “The way we name them today reflects our personalities, cultural trends, and the things we’re passionate about, from politics to celebrities.” Here are the nine etiquette rules every dog owner must memorize.
Potter, Styles, or Dirty?
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The name, “Harry” is blinging more than ever on pooch collars. According to Rover, 53 percent of dog owners, including 75 percent of Millennials, have named their dog after a movie, TV, or book character or celebrity. Get inspired by these strongest female literary characters of all time.