If you are lucky enough to have a brother or a sister, you know just how much they are worth to you and just how happy you are for having them in your life. Our siblings are the family that stays forever, they are always playing for our team, and are supportive of our adventures and life decisions. Yes, mom and dad are amazing people and our greatest support, but our siblings are the ones who remain with us, even when our parents are inevitably gone. Our dogs are also something like a sibling. They are loyal, they care for us, and they will always come through when the times are tough.
Dog Names Meaning Brother in Pop Culture
One of the most classic stories is the story of a long lost brother or sister, coming back home or finding their sibling somewhere in the crazy world, even after years of separation. It is a classic tale of love, the indestructible bond of family, and unity that will prevail even when the world tries to destroy it. You never know what life has in store for you, and sometimes it is the gift of a brother, a best friend that will stay with you until the end of time. This beautiful story became a reality for one lucky dog named Louie, a true brother to his bro.
Louie is a lovely Labradoodle who spent his days just like any other doggo. He would play in the park, sniff corners, maybe pee on a tree, and overall just be happy, run around, and chase after butterflies. However, one day that all changed. His owner noticed that Louie had spotted another Labradoodle, one who looked suspiciously like her lovely Louie. The dog stopped what he was doing and just stared at his mirror image. The two Labradoodles kept staring at each other in disbelief, and slowly started approaching one another, carefully looking and getting more and more excited. Louie’s owner talked to the other dog’s family and discovered a shocking truth – Louie and this eerily similar Labradoodle came from the same litter! These two cuties are actually brothers!
The fact that these two recognized each other in a park full of other dogs, people, and butterflies is astonishing! Their family bond was so strong that they managed to recall a time when they were just helpless little puppers, together in a litter, living with their breeder. Something happened, and they managed to find each other after such a long time, and recover the years they spent apart. If they could speak, the stories they would tell would probably be incredible!
Louie’s story published on Twitter inspired other users to share their dogs’ long-lost-sibling stories. People wrote heart-melting stories about their puppers finding their brothers and sisters in local parks, on their daily runs, or during visits to the vet! Can you imagine having this happen to you? How shocked or fascinated would you be? Do dogs feel the same way or is this just a normal thing for them? All questions that could be answered by the lovely Louie – if he could speak.
Dog Name Meaning Brother Considerations
If you were touched by Louie’s story, and you do consider your pet to be an equal member of your family, naming them something that means “brother” is a powerful way to show just what they mean to you and how important they are. Maybe your pupper has a brother, and you want to showcase their bond to the world. In that case, you can rely on your good old dictionary and find a word in another language that sounds cool, has a nice ring to it, and most importantly, carry the meaning of the word you want to emphasize. For example, a great option is a Finnish word for brother – Veli, or the word for sister (because our princesses must not be forgotten) – Kimma. These names are even more perfect if your doggo’s breed is one that comes from Finland, such as the Finnish Hound, Karelian Bear Dog, Lapponian Herder, or a Russo-European Laika.
Perhaps you’d like to go more south and use the Spanish counterparts – Hermano and Hermana, or maybe the Italian Fratello and Sorella, for brother and sister respectively. Aka and Uka both mean brother in Tajik, and Irmá means sister in the Galician language, while Dite means the same in Filipino.