True Jackson, VP Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

True Jackson, VP is an American teenage sitcom that aired from 2008 to 2011 on the cable network channel Nickelodeon. The series stars Keke Palmer in the lead role, playing a fifteen-year-old named True Jackson who becomes the Vice President of fashion label Mad Style. She was discovered by the CEO and founder, Max Madigan, when he noticed she was wearing his designs but were altered according to her own style. Impressed with her fashion sense, Madigan hires True to become the VP of his company’s youth clothing division. Throughout the series, True works to the best of her abilities despite being constantly challenged by her co-worker Amanda, who does not like the idea of working with someone so young. 

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True Jackson, VP Inspired Dog Name Considerations

When you are eagerly waiting for the arrival of your new canine family member, the first thing on your doggy to-do list is to give your dog a name. Whether it’s a newborn pup or a rescued dog who needs a “do-over”, you have to come up with a name that they will respond to. One thing to note is that, unlike humans, dogs do not immediately form a personal attachment to names. Instead, they need to repeatedly hear the name in order for them to respond to it.

Most canine experts agree that the name should be kept short and clear. Specifically, a dog name should contain no more than two syllables. Research shows that dogs will most likely only recall the first two syllables of any word. Therefore, giving your dog a really long name does not make any sense and will only make things more difficult for both of you. Instead, go for names that are not only short but one that also produces clear sounds so your dog can respond to it easily.

Another thing to avoid is choosing similar-sounding names. This applies to households that have more than one pet. For instance, the names “True” and “Blue” sound too similar and may get your pets all confused when you call them out or try to give them commands. 

Male True Jackson, VP Inspired Dog Names

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Ryan
One of True’s best friends; obsessed with video games and is a skilled website developer
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Max
After Max Madigan, CEO of Mad Style and True’s boss
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Jimmy
After Jimmy Jeeves Madigan, Max’s nephew and the mailman for Mad Style
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Tiberius
Jimmy’s birth name
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Oscar
The receptionist at Mad Style
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Larry
After Larry Jackson, True’s father
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Hercules
The name of True’s dog
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Kopelman
A Mad Style worker disliked by Max
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Mikey
After Mikey J, Lulu’s on-and-off boyfriend
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Hibbert
A Mad Style employee
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Jeff
After Mr. Jeff Jamerson, True’s science teacher
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Chad
After Chad Brackett, Amanda’s ex-boyfriend
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Jobi
After Jobi Castanueva, Amanda’s former assistant and overseer of Fashion Week
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Simon
After Simon Christini, Max’s former partner and rival in the fashion world
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Dave
Amanda’s lazy former assistant who has a knack for skateboarding
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Justin
After Justin Webber, a famous rapper who goes to True’s school
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Matt
After Matt Shively, the actor who portrayed Ryan Laserbeam
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Robbie
After Robbie Amell, the actor who portrayed Jimmy Madigan
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Greg
After Greg Proops, the actor who portrayed Max Madigan
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Ron
After Ron Butler, the actor who portrayed Oscar
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Dan
After Dan Kopelman, the actor who portrayed Kopelman
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Trevor
After Trevor Brown, the actor who portrayed Mikey J
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Stephen
After Stephen Hibbert, the actor who portrayed Hibbert
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Vincent
After Vincent Ventresca, the actor who portrayed Mr. Jamerson
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Dunham
After Stephen Dunham, the actor who portrayed Chad Brackett
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Ian
After Ian Gomez, the actor who portrayed Jobi Castanueva
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Andy
After Andy Richter, the actor who portrayed Simon Christini
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Tyler
After Tyler James Williams, the actor who portrayed Justin Webber
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Anthony
After David Anthony Higgins, the actor who portrayed Dave
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Gordon
After Andy Gordon, the creator of the series

Female True Jackson, VP Inspired Dog Names

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True
After True Jackson, a high school girl who becomes Vice President of Mad Style
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Lulu
True’s best friend
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Amanda
After Amanda Cantwell, Vice President for Women’s Wear at Mad Style and True’s rival-turned-friend
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Kelsey
Ryan’s on-and-off girlfriend
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Patti
After Ms. Patti Park, True’s strict teacher
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Doris
After Doris Madigan, the librarian at True’s school who falls in love and marries Max
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Shelly
One of True’s closest friends
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Ella
Works in accounting for Mad Style
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Pinky
After Amanda “Pinky” Turzo, True’s schoolmate and leader of “The Pinks” clique
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Cammy
Pinky’s friend and a member of “The Pinks”
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Cricket
True’s first assistant who was eventually fired
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Claire
After Claire Underwood, one of Amanda’s assistants
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Coral
After Coral Barns, Amanda’s replacement assistant
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Abigail
After Abigail Barns, Coral’s sister who was also a former assistant for Amanda
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Callie
A girl hired by True to run a Mad Style store
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Dakota
After Dakota North, a famous celebrity who works with True
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Rose
After Rose Pinchbinder, the mean accountant for Mad Style
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Vivian
Jimmy’s ex-girlfriend
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Keke
After Keke Palmer, the actress who portrayed True Jackson
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Ashley
After Ashley Argota, the actress who portrayed Lulu
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Danielle
After Danielle Bisutti, the actress who portrayed Amanda Cantwell
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Jordan
After Jordan Monaghan, the actress who portrayed Kelsey
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Joy
After Joy Osmanski, the actress who portrayed Ms. Park
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Melanie
After Melanie Paxson, the actress who portrayed Doris Madigan
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Taylor
After Taylor Parks, the actress who portrayed Shelly
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Jo-Anne
After Jo-Anne Krupa, the actress who portrayed Ella
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Jennette
After Jennette McCurdy, the actress who portrayed Pinky Turzo
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Allie
After Allie DeBerry, the actress who portrayed Cammy
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Suzy
After Suzy Nakamura, the actress who portrayed Cricket
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Vivica
After Vivica A. Fox, the actress who portrayed True’s mother

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