Dogs Names Ending in 'pe' in Pop Culture
Lupe was found wandering the streets of Mexico City and she wandered right into the ideal pup scenario - a famous actress fell in love with her! Salma already had numerous dogs at home but she believes that the dogs find her for a reason - she can't help but adopt them. In fact, her husband has made her promise to stop 'collecting' dogs as they have over 30 pets in their home (good thing they have a lot of space!)
Salma adopted Lupe on the spot and the pup then traveled back to her new home to join her new forever family. Lupe was a great spirit and frequently traveled with Hayek, often getting into trouble on the trips. One famous incident involved Lupe crashing a wedding!
Hayek had to convince a luxury Bahamas hotel to allow her two pups in the resort as dogs weren't usually allowed. After agreeing to let the dogs join Hayek, the actress returned to her room one night to find her dogs missing. Shortly after, she heard screaming and raced outside to see what the commotion was. As the actress hid behind a tree, she saw her dogs in the distance staring at a table with a wedding cake on top. Then, the bride was screaming and crying as the Lupe started to eat the cake!
Salma whistled for her dogs and they immediately came running to her. Then, she ran back to her room and hid for the rest of the night! She never knew what happened at the rest of the wedding but Lupe certainly would not be invited back to that hotel!
Salma had many adventures with Lupe and she was one of her most prized dogs. Sadly, Lupe died after 18 years of life, 16 of which she spent as a famous pup, traveling the world in luxury. Salma grieved the loss of her dog on social media and said, "may she run free". Thousands responded to Salma's online tribute to Lupe and sent condolences to which the actress responded with gratitude. Lupe was truly a deeply loved (and lucky) dog!
Dog Name Ending in 'pe' Considerations
Think about the meaning behind your dog's name. While you may already have a reason for choosing the ending letters, you should think about what the first parts of the name signify as well. Pick a strong name like Jeppe for a tough and sturdy dog and a softer one, such as Espe, for a gentle pup.
You should definitely consider how your dog's name sounds when you say it out loud. A name that looks good on paper may sound a little different when yelled out the back door! Say each name you like out loud. You can also try them out on your dog and see if your pooch responds to one name more than another. Let your pup choose their own name! Consider nicknames as well to make sure the name you pick has some great, shorter versions.