What’s In a Name? (A Lot, Actually)

Duchess, Lassie, Champ, and Spot are out. Lucy, Maggie, Max, and Charlie are in. Why the shift in the names we give our dogs? Anthropologists posit that the more we consider our dogs our family members, the more we’re apt to give them names that a person might have rather than a cutesy moniker. We […]
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