When naming a female pit bull, it's important to take a few things into account. The name shouldn't rhyme or sound too similar to the names of other animals or people in the household or the dog may become confused. A name is part of training routines so it needs to be distinctive and shouldn't sound like the commands "fetch," "stay" or "sit."
It's often a good idea to choose a name that has two syllables, such as Ebba or Rocky. This is because they're easy to say, simple for a dog to learn and make obedience teaching simpler.
Choosing a name for a female pit bull is a very personal preference. If the owner has a special hobby or occupation, a good choice may be a name that reflects this. A wine lover may choose a name like Merlot, and an engineer could pick the name Copper or Steel.
It's not advisable to select a name that is a joke or reflects badly on the dog as they pick up negativity very easily. Rude words are not appropriate as the name has to be shouted out at the dog park or spoken at the vet's surgery.
Ideas of names for a female pit bull: