It’s not even that I want a dog at this point. I need one.
I spent the better part of Q1 dogsitting for my friend’s parents bird dogs and I fell in love with them. Now with every Springer Spaniel or English Setter I see, a part of me dies inside knowing that I don’t have one to go home to. I spend time on Filson picking out collars, I follow like a million Instagram accounts dedicated to pups, and I stop in my tracks on the street looking like the heart-eye Emoji when someone rolls by me with one of those cute little mutts on a leash. But above all, I already have a million names picked out for every scenario. And no, I’m not divulging them here.
If you’re not like me, Rover made an entire infographic outlining information you never even knew you wanted regarding dog names, including the top names of 2015.
Rover also has a million other statistics on their site, which you can find here.
All I know is that I’d play with each and every single on of these pooches, from Max to Effie to Zoey Dachshundel. And I’m not too proud to admit I’ll do a baby voice the entire time, either. .
[via Town & Country]
Infographic via Rover