How to choose a name for your newly adopted pet, there are many ways of coming up with a name for your pet.
First, what type of animals is the pet? Is it a dog, cat, bird or something else? Let’s say your new pet is a dog. You could do a search for dog names and find a site like “I love dogs” and click on dog names, you might also look at the dogs personality and come up with a fitting name. Take a miniature-pincher that bounces around and almost prances (definition: Spring forward on the hind legs) when he walks, Prancer might be a good name. It all depends on the animal.
For cats you can do the same and come up with a site like “Pussy Cats” and click on cat names for the most popular cat names or for suggestions.
Naming a pet might be a family choice or it might be by the person who is going to take care of the animal. I have always used the personality method for the animals I have adopted except one cat that already had a name, and the name seem to fit him well so I kept it.
If you are young and want to ask you parents to do a search for pet names for you, just ask them to search names of the type of animal you are adopting. For bird names, you could visit “Van’s of LA” for a list of bird names by first the first letter. And for exotic pets, their name should be exotic also. You wouldn’t name a ferret Rex, would you? If the pet is trainable, you might want to think of a name that sets your pet apart from other pets. Think of a good name that matches your pet.
Look at a book of names, go through the phone book, a name of a character in a book you like.The list of places is limitless for finding the right name for your pet.
Overall, enjoy your pet and take care of pet.