15 Things You Need to Know If You Want to Own a Serval Cat. #14 Might Change Your Mind.

15 Things You Need to Know If You Want to Own a Serval Cat. #14 Might Change Your Mind

Owning a cat for a pet is much cheaper than owning a dog. A cat consumes less food, is easier to groom and clean and is obviously smaller, so it is easier to take along on trips. There are so many cat species that can serve as pets, but do you know that there is one cat species that you will be surprised to know can actually be domesticated? The serval cat is an African wild cat that is commonly found in the Sahara desert.

Although considered a wild cat, many African serval owners have successfully domesticated it to become pets instead of the usual already-domesticated cats. If you are planning to own a serval cat for a pet, first there are some things that you need to know.

You can’t just own an African serval on a whim.

You can’t just own an African serval on a whim

There are some states that prohibit the ownership of African serval cats, and some require that you obtain a license to own one. As they are wild animals, they are generally not suitable to become household pets, thus the strict regulations.

Are you allowed own a serval cat in your area?

Are you allowed own a serval cat in your area

Because their ownership is regulated, make sure to check first with your local authorities if your state allows serval cat ownership. If you don’t and just assumed that you can own one, you may be faced with fines or penalties and the cat may be taken away from you.

African serval cats need a big roaming space in your home.

African serval cats need a big roaming space in your home

They need a resemblance of their natural habitat if you are to keep them as a pet at home. Their natural activities of climbing, running around, swimming, exploring and hunting should not be deprived of them. So if you live in an urban area without much space, it may be difficult to own one.

Cat food just won’t always fill your serval’s tummy.

Cat food just won’t always fill your serval’s tummy

Their diet is different from the domesticated cat’s diet. Know the foods that they should be fed and those that they should not eat. They are bigger than the average cat, so expect to feed them more.

Expect some roughhousing.

Expect some roughhousing.

Being naturally wild animals, expect rough play. They may knock down knick knacks and small furniture, so be prepared for that. If you have a lot of breakables indoors, then they should not be let to roam around to avoid any accidents.

Rough play is this cat’s game.

Rough play is this cat’s game

Although there is not a very high possibility of African serval cats hurting children, in some cases it may happen. When servals play, they play with the paws and teeth, so beware if you have small children, as the servals may view them not as playmates but as preys.

Don’t forget they are still wild animals.

Don’t forget they are still wild animals.

They can be tamed and trained to behave around other humans, but remember that they are still wild animals and you should not be overly confident of your serval’s behavior, because when it feels threatened, it may forget its training.

The best hunters

The best hunters

The African servals are hailed as one of the best hunters in the wild, with a kill rate of 50%. This being said, even if they are already tamed and domesticated, they still have that killing instinct, which may not always be eliminated upon domestication.

Treat your serval like a baby in terms of its safety.

Treat your serval like a baby in terms of its safety

Having a serval cat at home is like having a baby. You must serval-proof your home because they are very active and curious, and these behaviors may also cause them harm, such as being electrocuted when they come or play near power outlets.

They don’t really look like domestic cats.

They don’t really look like domestic cats

Their appearance is very different from small cats. They have one of the longest legs in the feline family and the largest ears too. Their coat is covered with dark spots and stripes on light colored fur.

They are cuddly, but boy are they heavy!

They are cuddly, but boy are they heavy

They can grow from 17 to 40 pounds, and that is heavy for cats, so you must be prepared to lug a heavy cat with you. It may prove to be a difficult task to cuddle with your serval on the couch, what with its big body, long legs and generally heavy weight.

They are NOT cheetahs.

They are NOT cheetahs

Although they look like cheetahs, they are actually of a different species. They may have the same stance, the same color of fur and spots, but that is where the similarities end. African serval cats do not belong to the same family as the cheetahs.

Head butt as a form of fondness?

Head butt as a form of fondness

One form of expressing their affection towards their owners is through head butts. They can be very forceful, so be careful when they get affectionate. They may not mean it, but their size is enough indication that they can be rough.

Evaluate your situation before saying yes to a serval cat.

Evaluate your situation before saying yes to a serval cat

Remember that although it is possible to own an African serval cat, it is not suitable for everyone. Evaluate your situation first before you decide if you really want one and your living condition permits it. Having small kids is already a no-no.

Where to find a breeder

Where to find a breeder

If you are allowed to keep a serval as a pet but you don’t know where to get one, there may be local breeders that you can visit or there are importers of African serval cats that cater to clients all over the world. Remember though that importing them will be much more expensive and you may need to show permits to do so.

Just like any other cat breed, servals need the proper care and attention that you would give to your pet, maybe even more. And do not forget that they are still wild cats, and although they can be domesticated, they may still exhibit some wild behaviors, so you have to be cautious, especially if you have kids at home. Overall, the African serval cat can be cared for as a domesticated pet, as long as the right caution and care are undertaken.

Top 15 Hairless and Creepy Looking Animals of Their Kind. And Wait Till You See How the Hairless Bear Looks Like in #10!

Top 15 Hairless and Creepy Looking Animals of Their Kind

We know animals to be covered in either fur, scales or feathers. But there are also some that do not have hair on parts or their entire bodies. Nonetheless, these hairless animals are as beautiful and amazing as their hairy, furry and scaly friends. Hairless animals may be born that way, as what their genetic dictate, but some animals, just like us humans, become hairless due to several factors such as stress. Yes, animals can go bald due to stress, just like us who loss our hair when there’s a lot of stress going on in our lives.

Check out these hairless animals and see for yourself how different but still amazing they look, especially the hairless bear. We know bears to be big furry animals, so this hairless species is something to awe us.

Sphynx Cat

Sphynx Cat

You may be freaked at first upon seeing a sphynx cat, because it virtually has no hair and its skin is wrinkled and shiny. The sphynx is not a natural breed of cat. It is a product of breeders. But just the same, the sphynx cat is energetic and affectionate. And the best thing about it? People with allergies can take care of this cat. Goodbye hairballs!

Babirusa

Babirusa

The Babirusa is a kind of pig found in Indonesia. It is black in color and its tusks are curved backwards, that when they are long enough might pierce their skin. The babirusa’s weird appearance has prompted Indonesians to fashion demonic masks inspired by it.

Racoon

Racoon

A hairless raccoon, much like the hairless bear that became hairless due to a disease, is plagued by a parasitic infection that left it without fur. Hairless raccoons can also be found in the wild, as parasites live amongst them in their habitats. Although it is without any fur, it still sports that distinctive black ring around its eyes. Without them, you may think it is another hairless animal altogether when you see one in the wild.

Squirrel

Squirrel

Just like the raccoon, a squirrel may go bald because of mites infesting their bodies. If you see one in your backyard, don’t be freaked out and think that you have seen an alien animal. It’s just a hairless squirrel scouring for a cone in your backyard.

Vulture

Vulture

Although the vulture’s body is covered with feather, its head is completely bald. The reason for this is thermoregulation. The featherless head aids in the animal’s regulation of its body temperature. It will also make digging their head in animal carcasses a lot messier if its head is covered in feathers.

Naked Mole Rat

Naked Mole Rat

This is probably one of the most eerie-looking hairless animals. Their small bodies and pink, wrinkled skin is enough to make your hair crawl (pun intended). They burrow under the ground and do not have pain receptors, meaning they do not feel any kind of pain. Makes you wanna wish that you’re a naked mole rat, huh?

Chimpanzee

Chimpanzee

Hairless chimpanzees can suffer alopecia, a hair condition that makes hair fall off the head, or on the whole body. Just like humans, chimpanzees and other apes can go bald with alopecia too. See how closely related we really are with apes?

Rat

Rat

Rats in general are so creepy and disgusting, what with their really dark fur and very long tails. But the hairless rat? Doubly creepy! The wrinkled and pink skin and tail not to mention its blood red eyes are enough to make you run for cover when you see one. But the hairless rat is not naturally occurring. It is a genetically modified creature that scientists bred for studies.

Baboon

Baboon

Another primate that’s a victim of alopecia, a hairless baboon was seen in the countryside in Zimbabwe. The cause of alopecia in baboons is still unknown. A hairless baboon looks like it was scalded with really hot water and all the hair came off.

Bear

Bear

It may seem that a hairless bear is not natural occurring in the wild. Workers in a zoo in Leipzig, Germany were shocked to see that the bears in captivity started losing their fur. The female bears were the ones affected by what seemed like a genetic issue. The hairless bears look like giant mangy dogs.

Hamster

Hamster

The kind of hamster that has no hair is the Syrian hairless hamster. It is hairless because of a genetic disorder. Imagine your pet hamster running around in circles in its wheel in the cage without an ounce of hair! Not a very pretty sight, eh?

Skinny Pig

Skinny Pig

It’s not what you think. A skinny pig is not actually a “skinny pig”. It is a breed of guinea pig that has no hair. Their main purpose for being bred was for lab research, but since then they have become adorable pets as well. Their skin is like ours, which can be a little creepy, if you ask me.

Hippopotamus

Hippopotamus

The hippopotamus is a semi-aquatic animal, and a large one at that. Since they spend half the time submerged in water, they do not need hair to keep it warm. Its fat is enough to keep the cold at bay, plus its skin is very thick, so having hair may seem useless. Mother Nature is such a genius, eh?

Hairless Dog

Hairless Dog

The Peruvian hairless dog, the Chinese crested dog and the Mexican hairless dog are the three dog breeds that are not covered in fur like their cousins. Their type is perfect for those who want to own dogs but are allergic to their fur. Imagine not having dog hair to sweep off the floor and furniture, but still get the same loyalty and vigor of a furry dog.

Elephant

Elephant

Elephants are generally hairless. Their thick skin is enough to insulate their body, so hair seems useless to them. And since they primarily live in hot places such as in Asia and Africa, it is more important to them to release their body heat rather than keep it. As elephants grow bigger, what very little hair they have on their bodies vanish altogether.

The hairless bear is just one of many hairless animals that you can see in the wild or in captivity. They may be naturally occurring or the work of enthusiastic scientists, they are a sight to behold, even if they may seem eerie and creepy at first.

15 Most Outrageous Toys for Kids. Look at #15! Will You Ever Consider Giving Poopy Time Fun Shapes to Your Kids?

15 Most Outrageous Toys for Kids

When we have kids, it is a given that our house will be filled with toys, big and small. Whenever we buy our kids the toys that they want, we make sure that (a) they do not pose a choking hazard, (b) they are not too expensive, and (c) they are age appropriate. Unfortunately there still are toy manufacturers that make toys that are not only age inappropriate, but simply inappropriate for everyone, not just kids. You can just shake your head and think what are these toy manufacturers thinking? Take for example the poopy time fun shapes. Have any idea what they are? As the name implies, they are used for poopy time. Not only are they gross, but they are also dangerous.

Here is a list of the most outrages toys that are so inappropriate for kids it makes you think what their inspirations behind these toys were. Be prepared to laugh, to cringe and to pray that you don’t come across these toys at the toy store and your kids actually beg you to buy them.

Peekaboo Pole Dancing Toy

Peekaboo Pole Dancing Toy

The makers of this toy does not have pole dancing as a recognized sport in mind. If they do, they will not include “Peekaboo Dance Dollars”. The toy advertises that the user can “unleash the sex kitten inside”. Come on, what little girl understands that? Although the manufacturer, Tesco, may not have fully intended it to be sent to small girls, parents had an outrage because the toy was displayed in the toy’s section. The package includes and 8-foot pole, a DVD showing sexy pole dance moves, a sexy dance garter and the Peekaboo dance dollars. When the outrage sparked, Tesco immediately had the toy removed from the kids’ toys section, defending that it was actually not meant for small girls.

Slashed Wrists

Slashed Wrists

The Slashed Wrists are used as Halloween makeup, where you can stick the toy onto your wrists so they look like they were slashed. This toy only glorifies suicide and self-harming, and kids should not be exposed to those issues early on in their young lives. Suicide is a sensitive issue, which affects adults as well as young adults, even teens. It should not be made fun of or treated like it is just something that normally happens.

Vibrating Harry Potter Nimbus 2000 Broom

Vibrating Harry Potter Nimbus 2000 Broom

Mattel did not have any ill intention of manufacturing this toy; it is a legit Harry Potter item. The only problem is the vibrating aspect of the toy. When parents realized that the Harry Potter Nimbus 2000 is just like what sex shops in New York were selling as vibrators. Now that is very awkward; buying your daughter an innocent Harry Potter toy, not knowing that somewhere, someone is using an exact copy for a different purpose.

Dora Aquapet

Dora Aquapet

This toy is quite disturbing as Dora the Explorer are little girls’ favorite. The Dora the Explorer Aquapet Limited Edition is shaped like a penis. No parent would want to have their child exposed to anything sexual as long as they can prevent it. Would you want your daughter to play a penis-shaped Dora toy?

Spy Camera Barbie

Spy Camera Barbie

Spy Camera Barbie comes with a real working camera installed in its chest. It promotes spying among other kids, which can become an issue with other parents, as well as small girls being spied on by sex offenders. How many times have we heard of horrifying stories when sex offenders would approach little girls with cute toys? What if the Spy Camera Barbie is given to your daughter by someone with ill intention and she’s spied with her own toy?

9/11 Toy

911 Toy

No. Just no. This toy has two kinds: the Twin Towers with an airplane hitting one tower and the other with an Osama bin Laden figure raising his arms in the center of the towers. Does the scene ring any bell? The toys were shipped into the United States but were not inspected, obviously, because they were given away to children and parents were horrified when their kids opened their loot bags and these were what welcomed them. Who in their right mind would make a toy such as this?

Midge

Midge

Now, there is nothing wrong with a woman being pregnant. But a pregnant doll with a detachable tummy and a little baby doll can be found inside? That is just inappropriate. What the toy conveys is that a girl’s role is to be knocked up by a guy and care for the child. There is definitely nothing wrong in being a mother, not at all, but with small girls, motherhood should still be a very far away idea.

Avenging Narwhal Playset

Avenging Narwhal Playset

The playset is supposed to teach kids about the narwhal’s natural technique on catching its food. It is composed of a narwhal, four tusks that can be interchangeable, and three cute animals for the tusks to impale with: a seal, a penguin, and a koala. Wait, what? A koala? Is a koala part of a narwhal’s food chain? And the technique of impaling the prey with the tusk is quite gruesome for a small kid.

Pretty Death Toy Noose

Pretty Death Toy Noose

Just the thought of buying your kid a noose, even as a toy, is disconcerting. Although it may have been designed as a lasso, it still looks like a noose, plus it doesn’t come with a toy horse. It poses a hazard to kids who may use it on their necks or their playmates’ necks.

Roadkill Cat Figurine

Roadkill Cat Figurine

This toy has the cat’s innards out for everyone to see. Have you seen a cat roadkill in real life? This toy looks just like that, only in plastic form. Would you want to teach your kids this gruesome reality? Maybe not.

Adolf Hitler Doll

Adolf Hitler Doll

Come on, an Adolf Hitler doll?! I thought dolls are supposed to be adorable. So why make an Adolf Hitler doll? He was the culprit on the death of over ten million people, and he’s also one of the most infamous figures in the history of mankind. What if your kid asks who he Adolf Hitler is, what would you tell him? Would you make up a flowery story just to shield him from the impact of what Hitler did or would you tell him the truth?

Kaba Kick

Kaba Kick

This toy is the Japanese version of the Russian Roulette. And just this fact is enough to make you shake your head. Although the Kaba Kick does not involve live bullets, the principle is the same. The toy gun is placed on the kid’s head and if it fires, two feet will kick his head. If it doesn’t, then that’s when he gets a point.

Chop-Chop Lady

Chop-Chop Lady

This dismembered and blood-oozing toy by Japanese toy makers is just wrong. Just wrong. Who would want someone’s kid to play murderer? The detached limbs ooze blood and the lady’s face has this facial expression that is hard to ignore. Even for a kid’s Halloween toy this is way overboard.

Plush STDs

Plush STDs

Chlamydia, HPV and Herpes plushies? They have different shapes and colors, probably what these viruses are shaped and colored like? Seriously, small kids still do not have the faintest idea what STDs are. And as well they should; they are kids! They only think about eating, sleeping and playing.

Poopy Time Fun Shapes

Poopy Time Fun Shapes

Wow. The geniuses behind this toy – if it can even be considered it a toy – has gone way overboard. Who cares what your child’s poop shape is? You are going to flush it down anyway, so why care what it looks like? Apparently the Poopy Time Fun Shapes will make your child’s poopy time more enjoyable, if he sees that his poop is shaped like a star or a heart. Sure, your kid may find it cute to look at his heart or star-shaped poop, but to achieve that you will have to insert the device into your child’s bum. Your child may change his mind when he learns that it will be put into his behind. And seriously, how will you clean that up afterwards? It may even cause illness or infection when it is not cleaned properly and inserted again for another “fun” poopy time.

When you go to a toy store with your kid it doesn’t mean that every single item is child-friendly. Supervision is important when your kid chooses what he wants to play with, so be vigilant in what your kid buys. Remember that Poopy Time Fun Shapes are not building blocks; they are supposed to go into the child’s bum, and just thinking about it will make anyone cringe.

Snakes are Scary Since They Contain Deadly Venom, but These 12 Non-Poisonous Snakes Will Make You Think Again

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When we think of snakes, we immediately think about their fangs and how poisonous they can be. Cases of human beings who died because of snake bikes number by the hundreds each year across the world. Though snakes are known as fierce animals in the wild, the truth is that there are a lot of non-poisonous snakes out there. They look as scary as any other snakes out there, but they don’t possess deadly poisons.

Anacondas

Anacondas

These are among the biggest snakes around the world and there is an entire movie dedicated to showcase how fierce and deadly it can be. Anacondas have an average size of 20 feet in length and can weigh up to 148kg. They can mostly be found in the Amazon Jungles. Despite being long, they are actually non-poisonous. They attack their preys mostly by choking them. They love preying on frogs, fish, birds and ducks. When they are attacked, they would rather escape than attack back even if their body size can give a good fight.

Eastern ribbon snake

Eastern ribbon snake

These snakes live near aquatic areas. They love strolling around lakes or swamps. They only grow up to 3 feet in length. They feed on animals that live near swampy areas such as frogs and small fish. They also have thinner bodies and are among the smaller snakes out there.

Eastern garter snake

Eastern garter snake

This species of snake can be found in grassy areas. They love places that are somewhat wet, but they don’t necessarily have to reside near swampy areas. They are also not that long. They can grow to an average length of 3 feet. Aside from being non-poisonous snakes, they are also unique in a sense that they give birth to a live young instead of hatching an egg.

Python

Python

This is yet another fierce snake in the list that is surprisingly non-poisonous. We all know pythons as large and muscular snakes. By the looks of this snake alone, you will definitely be scared. Add to that the fact that they can grow up to 35 feet in length and can weigh over 300 pounds. They usually kill their preys by squeezing them to death. They will then swallow the prey at once. They can even kill animals that are as large as pigs or cats. Despite being long and scary, some people prefer to keep them as pets since they are non-venomous. It is not advised though. Though they are generally harmless to humans, we can never be sure.

Rough green snake

Rough green snake

This species can be found in areas with good vegetation. They love hiding in bushes and shrubs. They are also good in climbing trees to search for prey. They love spiders and grasshoppers. They are known to be very slender, but can grow longer than 3 feet. The good thing is that they do not bite. They can be found in almost all types of places. From Florida to Indiana and even the high Appalachian Mountains, they have been well-documented.

Stripped Keelback

Stripped Keelback

This can be found all over India and it closely resembles a water snake. It is a visual delight with its coloration. It is also small to medium-sized. It can survive in high elevations, even up to 2,000 feet high.

Eastern king snake

Eastern king snake

This is one of the more popular types of snake among enthusiasts. It can grow up to 5 feet in length. Its interesting chain-like pattern with white markings on a black or green background, make it look really lovely. They survive by hunting and they live in a humid weather. Despite having no poisons, they are actually strong enough to kill frogs, rats and even other snakes. They can even eat poisonous snakes and they are immune to their venom.

Corn snake

Corn snake

They are also called the red rat snake. They can grow to an average of 4 feet. It is also a visual delight as it has red or black blotches at the back with orange background. They might look cute and friendly, but they can be deadly to other animals. They can climb very high trees and search for bird nests. Lizards and frogs are among its favorite preys.

Black racer

Black racer

This is usually found in southeast Georgia. They can be seen crossing the roads during the day and they move really fast. They can also grow up to 4 feet in length. Though they seem scary to humans, they are just a big threat to mice, rats and frogs. They also prey on other snakes too.

Eastern hognose snake

Eastern hognose snake

These snakes prefer living in sandy or soiled areas. They love roaming around cultivated fields and meadows. They can also survive weather they live on sea level or as high as 2,500 feet. They can be found in Minnesota, New Hampshire and Florida. They have a slightly upturned snout, hence the name.

Glossy snake

Glossy snake

They love staying in open and sandy areas. They can also survive in places as high as 5,500 feet. Therefore, whether it is in Texas, Nebraska or California, you can expect to find one. They can also survive in coastal or chaparral areas.

Scarlet snake

Scarlet snake

This is also a visually appealing snake. It has wide red bands and is separated by black-bordered yellow bands. They love residing in sandy or loamy areas. They are commonly found in North America.

These snakes prove that not all of them are poisonous and deadly as we think they are. They can still find their preys by killing them through other means. Though they do not necessarily pose direct threats to humans, we still have to be careful of them. Some of them can grow to an unbelievable length and have the ability to swallow large items at once. However, when we are friendly to them, they can just be calm and will focus only on their target preys.

Here are 10 Cute and Wonderful Puppy Names for Girls. You Won’t Run Out of Ideas!

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Whenever a girl meets a cute little puppy for the first time, she would go “aww” and pet it with glee. She then would usually try to come up with an equally adorable name to call it, and that’s when things may not go as smoothly. Coming up with a name on the spot can be rather difficult, especially if you never thought about it beforehand. The best names for puppies tend to be simple and have one or two syllables since it has to be easy enough to call out on a whim and the dog should be able to recognize it. However, that’s not really a hard and fast rule, so a three or four-syllable name is still good if it does fit the dog. If you’re out of ideas on what to call your new bundle of joy, here are 10 great puppy names for girls who want the best for their cute canine companions.

Max

Max

It’s a one-syllable name that’s very simple yet also sounds distinct. It has always been a popular name throughout the years, perhaps the most popular one since you’ll find it in just about any top ten list. Max is also gender neutral, so you can name this to any dog, especially one who’s particularly energetic. If you wish to make it more unique, you can customize it a bit to your liking, whether it’s Maxie or Maxene for a girl puppy or Maximus or Maximillian for a boy puppy.

Peanut

Peanut

Whether physically active or more laid back, the name Peanut can be quite nice for just about any kind of puppy. It’s also quite a jovial name on its own and also references the famous comic strip. Snoopy can be a good name as well, especially if you happen to have a white beagle. But for the most part, Peanut should be a good name for most puppies, especially those with light brown coats.

Rocky

Rocky

A classic boy puppy name along the same lines as Max, and it fits well with a puppy that likes to run, referencing the iconic movie. Perhaps you can name your puppy as Butkus if you really are a big fan of the film, but Rocky is a great name for an active puppy with a certain level of boldness.

Stella

Stella

This one has been getting more popular lately for girl puppies and quite different from most others on this list. It doesn’t sound like a puppy name at first, but it can grow on you like a Maggie, a Daisy, or a Lola. Stella has become especially popular with pugs and bulldogs, but should be a good fit for any female puppy.

Duke

Duke

Another classic boy puppy name that’s simple and fitting for one with a headstrong temperament. Duke denotes strength and bravery, like a medieval knight leading an army. If you have a particularly adventurous puppy, then this is a great name for it. You can also give it a cute twist by making it Dukie, although be warned that it does sound exactly like dookie, which may or may not be appropriate depending on what you’re looking for.

Oreo

Oreo

This one is great for puppies with black and white coat like dalmatians, obviously alluding to the popular brand of sandwich cookies. It also sounds pretty good; just try saying it a few times and imagine calling out to your puppy with it. The image of a happy puppy wagging its tail as it walks towards you after calling out “Oreo” should have you sold.

Barbie

Barbie

This is a pretty good girl puppy name, especially for those from smaller breeds. Just about any girl puppy that acts really cute, whether she’s especially affectionate or acts very princess-like, can do well with Barbie. Pomeranians and poodles actually fits this description quite nicely, but you can also use it for girl puppies of bigger breeds if you wish.

Buster

Buster

This one is a lot like Max and Duke – a boy puppy name that immediately denotes action and excitement. Buster is a great name for a playful puppy that likes morning walks and playing fetch. Whether it’s a terrier or a corgi, you’ll find this name to be quite fitting for the more physically active puppy who really likes to run around a lot.

Zoey

Zoey

Quite similar along the lines of Barbie, Zoey is a cute-sounding girl puppy name that can be quite pleasing to the ear and sounds pretty distinct. It also fits smaller breeds quite well, but can fit girl puppies of bigger breeds equally well. It also rolls off the tongue more smoothly than Barbie, so it can be quite a catchy name for a cute puppy.

Porkchop

Porkchop

If you have a puppy that is either a bit plump or just loves to eat, this name could be a good fit. It’s also fitting for bully breeds; it’s like a match made in doggy heaven. Porkchop is quite a novel-sounding name that you’d expect from a cartoon, which actually makes it quite appropriate as a name for a puppy.

Of course, these ten aren’t the only good puppy names out there, but they can be at the top of your list. Whatever you decide to name your new best friend, remember that the important thing with a puppy name is how much you like calling your pet with it, how it fits the puppy’s personality, and how it eventually responds to the name.

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