What do you call a puppy York
On the question of the choice of a name for your small pet, which appeared in the house, the owners of Yorkshire Terriers are also seriously as to the issue of choosing a name for the baby. Change the dog's name is not recommended as it is one of the key elements of training process.
Instruction how to name the puppy York
If the dog is purebred, it should be called a puppy York in accordance with the Russian Cynological Federation (RKF) rules. This is usually the first name that he even assigns first host. The name must be a sign of determining the purity of the breed, it should consist not only of the name of the dog, but also the name of the kennel, which account his parents, and he was. Sometimes, as a supplement breeder selects the name of the mother. There is one limitation - this prefix can not have more than 15 characters in the title.
RKF rules state that all litters every breeder should be strictly taken into account. Therefore, it is assigned a letter in alphabetical order. Accordingly, the nicknames of all the pups in the litter particular should begin this registration. When buying a puppy in a club, you have the opportunity to call his own at that letter.
Big name, which is written in the passport of your puppy - its metric - can be transformed into a nickname is easier for home use, but it is advisable to save it the first letter of the registration of his litter.
Even if you are very proud of their pedigree dogs and want to understand and surrounding how high its origin, do not choose artsy name, which will then be difficult to pronounce, beckoning her to him. Furthermore, XRD rules limit the number of words in the two stud. As a name for York, you can choose English names and words, they sound quite organically.
Experienced dog lovers argue that dogs choose their own nicknames. Hail puppy, picking a few names. Watch his reaction, maybe it will be clearly expressed, when you say any one particular nickname. The dog's name you can beat her appearance, it may cause you associations with some objects, animals or people. For York, the girls better choose a gentle and melodic name for a boy - a playful and cocky. It would be appropriate to the nature of these fun fidgets.