Chinese Dog Names

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Picking just the right name for your new pet dog can be a tricky decision. Since your dog will most likely become a precious member of your household, tossing just any name on the beast wouldn’t be the proper thing to do. At the same time, you want a name that is unique, easy to say, and fits your dog’s personality. Alternatively, you might want to consider naming your new pet a name that is applicable to the region of the world where the dog was first bred. For example, the Shih Tzu was first bred within the royal courts of China, and therefore a Chinese name might be most appropriate.

While some might claim that the only Chinese name for a dog is “Dinner,” this statement could be no further from the truth. “Congee” is a popular Chinese dog name. Cute, fun to say, and perfect for a fluffy little pup, this name would wonderfully suit any lap dog. For the pure-bred pooch, “Teegan” might also be a fitting name; Teegan means “good looking” or “beautiful.” Another fun Chinese dog name is “Lotus,” a name which symbolizes wisdom. “Lihua” is another commonly suggest name for a Chinese lap dog, usually given to female pets. At the same time, “Luke Li,” might be an ideal naming option for a male dog, as this name means, “strong, black, and bold.” Finally, for the dog that exudes an air of supreme importance, “Cao Dai” (which translates into English as “supreme”) would be a fitting Chinese name.

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