Ponyo Dog Names in Pop Culture
Ponyo is a charismatic Pomchi (Pomeranian and Chihuahua mix), who wears pretty much anything Georges places on her, from sailor hats to glasses, bandanas, towels, coats, Santa costumes, and even wigs. She attends book signings with Georges, hangs out with other dog friends, shows up in Georges' podcast and YouTube channel, and much more. In other words, Ponyo has quite the life.
She's come a long way from the Oregon Humane Society, where Georges adopted her from a few years back. Before this glam life, Ponyo was just another sad dog, abandoned and unwanted. Upon meeting her, Georges knew she needed to save her, and take her to a warm, comfy home. And now, Ponyo even has her own Instagram, with a 11.6k following. It's pictures of Ponyo all the time, daily really, several times a day. It's the perfect account to follow for cuteness overload. There's images of Ponyo wearing little outfits and costumes, wigs, or even just travelling around town while wearing her go-to harness.
In basically all the images posted Ponyo is either asleep, being held by Georges or her friends, or smiling happily while on some kind of adventure. It could be a dog park, a vacation to California, or just grabbing some trendy smoothies at the new place a few blocks down the street. No wonder people love her account, and actively engage with every post. Most of the comments rave about the dog's cuteness, but there are also a few comments sprinkled through about what it's like to meet Ponyo in person. Every comment like this describes it as a great experience, saying book signings with Ponyo make the world a better place.
Ponyo Dog Name Considerations
But if it doesn't come naturally, don't force it. Even if these are good names, they won't fit every dog out there. That's because each dog is unique. So pay attention to your dog's breed, age, size, appearance, and personality. Even things like the breed's origin, interesting quirky behavior, and favorite toys can shed light on who your dog really is. And that's the best source of inspiration to go on. Use it as a compass to let you know when a name really makes sense, and when it doesn't. The worst thing you could do is to just force a name for the sake of having it sound cute. But all in all, it's not a difficult task. It's just another reason to spend a lot of time with your dog, doing research.