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Names for a dog business?

LooneyBoone
April 12th, 2009, 01:26 PM
So like the title says, I was looking at names for a pet business, came across some really cute ones but was wondering if anyone else had any?

So far the ones I'm keen on are:

Paws For Thought
Beggin’ For More
Waggin’ Tails
Paws and Present
All Fur You
The Paws Button

TacoGrl
April 12th, 2009, 01:37 PM
What type of pet business? Knowing would help us think of industry related names. :)

Any of the ones you thought up would be great too though! :)

LooneyBoone
April 12th, 2009, 01:40 PM
Walking and poop scooping mainly but I was thinking of doing some homemade biscuits and in home pet sitting as well.

I'd really love to do pet photography but I don't think I'm good enough to go promoting myself with that lol for now its just a hobby.

Gail P
April 12th, 2009, 02:32 PM
Of the ones you named, I like Paws For Thought, Waggin’ Tails, All Fur You. They're all ones that could suit any line you choose to follow I think, from poop scooping to treats, to photography. Not sure Beggin' for More is what you want to be thinking about in relation to poop! :D

Have you thought about also setting up a website for your new business? That in itself might help you to choose a name, depending on what's available as a domain name (nice if you can get the same name as your business name, or at least something related that is relevant to your business and easy for clients to remember, or even stumble across when performing a search). When I started up my goose control business my webmasters used some site where they could look up words and phrases to see what related domains were available. Because I already use the name Silhouette for other purposes (Silhouette Stable, Silhouette Racing Rescues), I wanted that in the name, but also something about geese. We went with Silhouette Goose Dogs and they were able to get me the domain name www.goodbyegoose.com I have no idea where they looked up that kind of stuff, but if it's something you're interested in I could put you in touch with them.

TacoGrl
April 12th, 2009, 02:47 PM
I have some friends who have had success at http://www.godaddy.com/default.aspx?isc=goodca01a&ci=13333 ...at leaast you can search domain names for free to see if it is taken...I believe there is also a function there to type in words for suggestions...might be worth a look if you are going to go the web route...