Just like when new moms and dads are choosing a baby name, picking the perfect moniker for a new puppy means taking lots of factors into consideration. There's the latest furry family member's personality to consider, for one thing (maybe he's always "Happy," or maybe he shows signs of being a "Scamp" for life). Then there are dog names based on appearance ("Fluffy," "Sandy," "Ginger"). But the stars can be a handy guide, too. Now that it's officially Gemini season, what are the best dog names for Gemini puppies?"
As astrologer Maressa Brown told Romper for a previous article, "If you want to better understand your pup, look no further than their birthdate." In fact, astrologer Matthew Currie told Paw Culture that horoscopes can be an accurate predictor of behavior when it comes to dogs. “Astrology affects everyone and everything one way or another. If anything, astrology works better on dogs than people," Curry said, adding: "Dogs do a worse job of hiding their true selves.”
The potentially confusing thing about Gemini dogs, however, is that they might have more than one "true" self, according to Astrology Weekly: "This split-personality dog is, in essence, an eternal puppy, quickly bored and requiring constant attention," the website explained. "The Gemini Dog will be restless, versatile, exuberant... and many other things as well... all at the same time."
Perhaps you know a Gemini human with similar traits? Still, just because he's a dog of many faces doesn't mean there aren't some consistent Gemini canine traits to help guide you through the name-choosing process. On the plus side, noted Astrology Weekly, Gemini dogs are charming, quick, and smart; on the not-so-plus side, they can be impatient, unpredictable, and difficult to train. At least one thing you never have to worry about is a Gemini dog being boring!
Here are some names that are sure to suit your Gemini puppy, no matter what mood he's in.