Dog Names Ending in ja in Pop Culture
The next dog named Baja is a pup in California who's owners started an Etsy shop called Baja Board Bags. Stacey and his wife Tania wanted to use their love of Mexico and creativity to create something great. After Stacey was in a roofing accident he was paralyzed and unable to work a regular job. Before he was injured, Stacey had loved to surf and would travel the coast surfing with his friends. Tania, on the other hand, enjoyed creating handmade goods. They both loved Mexico and that was the inspiration for their dog's name and their company! Baja, the dog, "helps" Stacey and Tania as they create unique bags that are all Baja related!
Next up is the Baja Dog Project. While this may not be a specific dog named Baja, it is definitely a cause worth noting and, of course, has a great name ending in "ja"! The Baja Dog Project is a film campaign that was posted on Kickstarter. The owner was looking to fund a project to expose the sad truth behind stray dogs in Mexico. While the country is known to have many dogs wandering in the streets, not many people stop to think about the life those dogs lead. This film project would show the harsh reality of the life of Baja dogs and then educate people on how they can help fix the problem.
The Kickstarter campaign did reach its goal of $30,000, so the film will be produced soon. It will highlight the work of Acre Dogs, a rescue league in Baja, Mexico that focuses on re-homing dogs to Canada and the United States. The movie will also help people learn where they can safely adopt dogs and why they definitely should! The Baja Dog Project is definitely something everyone should check out.
Dog Name Ending in ja Considerations
A moniker meaning also helps to determine how well a name suits your dog. A name like Raja, which means king or prince, is perfect for a dog who is in charge of the household. Naja, meaning bright eyes, is terrific for a dog who has a fire in their eyes and is always ready to go! Natalija, which means born on Christmas, is ideal for a dog who was, well, born on Christmas! Don't overlook the name meanings as they may help you pick a great dog tag.