The Best Pet Name Book Ever!

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Barron's Educational Series, Aug 1, 2003 - Pets - 288 pages
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"Pet Dealer" magazine called the previous edition " a lively and humorous book packed with helpful suggestions ." New and prospective pet owners will find more than 3,000 ideas for naming dogs, cats, goldfish, hamsters, and pets of every imaginable kind. The pet names in this edition have been updated to include suggestions from recent movies and TV shows as well as sports celebrities and other public figures. This bonanza of pet name ideas is categorized to reflect a pet's appearance and personality, literary characters, terms of endearment, historical figures, names of places, and much more. Humorous line illustrations add to the pet-naming fun.
 

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very nice. best book for pet names. and for wide-eyed new pet-owners that have a new pet and don't know what to name it. great book!

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Contents

Appearance
1
Personality
7
Human Names
13
Terms of Endearment
23
Historical Names
27
Greek and Roman Mythology
45
Religious Names
79
Royalty and Titles
97
Cartoon Characters
189
Just for Fun
205
Sports
213
Transportation
239
Nature and Science
247
Foods
253
Liquors and Drinks
261
Fashion and Cosmetics
271

Foreign Words and Names
101
Literature and Art
113
Screen and Television
135
Locations and Places
171
Unusual Names and Nicknames
179
Pairs
279
Trios
285
REGISTERING A NAME WITH THE AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB
287
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About the author (2003)

Wayne Bryant Eldridge is a veterinarian, as well as founder of Eldridge Animal Hospital, Pets First Veterinary Center, The Pet Place Veterinary Center, and Access Veterinary Care in San Antonio, Texas, where he has practiced his profession for over 30 years. He has written and lectured extensively on animal behavior and the human-animal bond.

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