Dog Names that Start with 'Va' in Pop Culture
Born at the end of 2013, the little Jack-Russell Chihuahua named Valerie was an instant celebrity. Why? Well, she was born with a perfect brown heart on her otherwise pure white fur. How did the heart get there? Pure luck! She was just born that way.
A breeder posted a photo of Valerie online, showing off the adorable little dog and her amazing heart-shaped patch. In the photo, tiny Valerie is sleeping the breeder's palms, her heart showing right on her fur. While the breeder said she would love to keep Valerie as she adored her unique pattern, she was unable to due to already having numerous dogs on her property. Valerie would be available for adoption and surely hundreds of people jumped at the chance to have this one of a kind dog.
Another great story of a "Va" named dog is the story of the runaway dog Vada. Let's start at the beginning, before she flew the coop! Vada was adopted as a puppy by a California family who did not really want a dog. The mother was a self-proclaimed 'cat person' and with young kids in the family, a dog was not really something they were looking for. Then they saw Vada and everything changed.
Vada's brown eyes and deep, intense looks made the parents adopt her right away, a very sudden decision! When she got home, Vada was immediately smothered in attention by the kids and she instantly became a part of the family.
Vada would go on hikes with the family and loved being outside but she was very wary of strangers and other animals, acting shy and scared if someone new was around. Then, one day, Vada got out of the house and got lost. The family came home to find her missing and immediately went searching. Days later, still no Vada. Then the family received a call from animal control.
Vada had been hiding under their neighbor's deck for days, scared and alone! The neighbor had tried to get to her and even tried to spray her with a garden hose but she wouldn't move! Animal control was contacted and they recovered the pup and eventually returned her to her owners. Luckily, Vada was once again happy and right where she belonged!
Dog Names that Start with 'Va' Considerations
Start by thinking of how the name sounds when you say it out loud. Try reading this list of names out loud, saying those you like multiple times to be sure they sound nice as they roll off your tongue. Try saying a few nicknames out loud as well! The way your "Va" dog name sounds when repeated is important - you will be saying it a lot!
Next, consider the meaning behind each "Va" name. If your dog has a calm and loving personality, look for a "Va" name which reflects this trait. If your dog is powerful, vivacious and a dominant dog, there are plenty of "Va" names for this as well. That's another thing that is great about "Va" names - there is a wide variety of meanings despite all beginning with the same letters!
If there is important significance in the choice to have your dog's name start with "Va", make sure this is reflected in the full name. Retain as much of the importance as you can to ensure you are happy with what you call your pup!