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The inspiration behind them includes the pandemic, the Olympics and even Love Island
Finding a name for your dog that is both unique and meaningful can be an arduous task, but inspiration can come from the most unexpected of places, a study has found.
The research, conducted by Rover.com, the world’s largest network of pet sitters and dog walkers found that while half of pet owners had pre-selected their name before they met their pet for the first time 20 per cent said they waited to understand their dog’s personality.
Meanwhile, 12 per cent of owners admitted they had previously considered using the name of their hound for their child and 5 per cent even picked their dog’s name from a baby book.