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    June 26th, 2014

    Disney Princesses are one of the most prized franchises in the house that Walt built, and those characters have names that would be perfect for a pet dog or cat.

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    January 12th, 2014

    VPI Pet Insurance released its list of the most popular names for dogs and cats for 2013, and once again the Twilight fans have spoken, with Bella continuing her reign.

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    August 2nd, 2012

    What do Sheba, Spike, Snowball, and Whiskers have in common? They're some of the least trendy names that you could give to a male or female dog or cat.

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    May 21st, 2012

    Now with 90% more dogs named Bella! Vetstreet announces the most popular male and female names for 10 dog breeds, including the Boxer, Shih Tzu, and American Pit Bull Terrier.

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    April 5th, 2011

    VPI pet insurance ranks the 100 most popular dog names for males and females — from Max to Henry and Bella to Dakoka, you'll find a name that perfectly fits your pooch. 

  • March 31st, 2011

    Sometimes the best way to get an original dog name that fits your pooch's personality is to look back in history, to the names we're still talking about today. Got a dog who's the queen of the dog...

  • March 31st, 2011

    Like swing dancing and platform shoes, these names are so out they're in again--at least for dogs. Whether you want to honor your favorite aunt (Mildred, Vera, or Myrtle) or a great-great-great aunt...

  • May 5th, 2009

    With a dog named Anais or Zelda, there's no need to advertise your M.F.A. with black turtlenecks or suede elbow patches. What's more, these literary names will make your girl...

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    May 5th, 2009

    If you're looking for a dog name that's unique and has a certain royal ring to it, dust off these ancient Greek and Roman goddess names. They're especially good fits for dogs...

  • May 4th, 2009

    Like khaki slacks or the little black dress, these classic dog names don't go out of style, suit any female dog, and will never provoke a "huh?" at the vet's office or dog park....