If you are the lucky person who has just picked up the newest addition to the family, a cute as a button Smooth Fox Terrier, then you will already be aware that your new companion possesses considerable character. Already this little ball of fur will have made its mark with its lively antics, cute characteristics and debonair appearance. Can we ask you, what are you going to name this active small dog? This question usually sends dog owners into a panic, as any name they may have thought of has gone out the window - it just doesn't seem to fit this lively little pooch. The Smooth Fox Terrier is an affectionate and protective small dog who is not content just to sit at your feet and wait for your attention. Oh no, this dog demands attention! And it wants a lot of attention - now! But you will be rewarded with its undying loyalty and affection, and it will protect you against all evil. So this dog needs a name that is special. Which brings us back to what are you going to name it? Well, you are in luck, because we have done all the hard work, and have compiled an extensive list of names that we think will suit the Smooth Fox Terrier perfectly. When you get a minute, check out our list of names for a Smooth Fox Terrier - we are sure at least one option will grab your attention!
Smooth Fox Terrier Dog Names in Pop Culture
The featured dog is Snitter, a brave and intuitive canine who serves to exemplify the character and determination of the Smooth Fox Terrier. His friend and fellow escapee, Rowf, displays the kind and gentle soul that the Labrador possesses. The Plague Dogs is an adult movie based on the 1977 novel of the same name by Richard Adams, who also wrote the adventure saga Watership Down. The sad, somewhat disturbing story centres on two dogs, Snitter (a Smooth Fox Terrier) and Rowf (a Labrador mix). The two dogs had been kept at an animal research centre and had been used in experimental testing. Snitter has had his brain experimented upon, while Rowf has been drowned and resuscitated repeatedly in order to test his survival skills. It sounds gruesome but hang on in there, it does get better.
When they escape from the centre they are hunted by thugs from the research laboratory and a rumour has been spread that the two dogs have the plague virus and must be destroyed at any cost. This is to cover up for the bad handling of the dogs by the research laboratory, because if the public were aware of what went on, there would be a massive uproar about their ill treatment. The story is quite fast paced as Snitter and his friend elude all attempts to capture them.
What they really want is to get to somewhere safe, where they can just live their lives in peace. Do the dogs achieve this? Well, you will just have to watch the movie. It isn't really a movie for small children; it does have some highlights of cruelty to the dogs which would upset them. The animation is excellent, the storyline is a thriller, and the ending is - well, you will see. We love the names of the two dogs, Snitter and Rowf - there are a couple of unique names that may suit your dog . Snitter is perfect for a Smooth Fox Terrier - it is short, easy to say, and sounds original.
Smooth Fox Terrier Dog Name Considerations
A dog without a name is, well, sad! How can this little guy grow up with dignity and respect if it is only known as 'Hey You'! There is a process of choosing a good name for a dog, and it is really simple. Consider basing the name on something that describes your dog - like Lanky, for instance; friends will know your dog has long legs just from the name. Or base the moniker on your canine's habits or personality - Rocket gives you an insight into how much energy the dog has. You can name your dog after where it was born, its origins of the breed (a French dog suits a French name), or from the highlights you saw on your last holiday. Just make it easy for your dog to understand and make it easy for you to say. If you stumble over your dog's name by the time you get out an order to 'stay', your dog will be long gone. No self respecting Smooth Fox Terrier is that patient! Once you have chosen a name, do a quick search on Google to find out what it means. You don't want to find out that your dog's name means something inappropriate. Our list of names includes the meanings so you can see at a glance what will suit your dog. So congratulations on your new dog, enjoy the company of this feisty little puppy and when you have found the right name, bestow it upon him or her.