Conflicting about renaming adopted pets
Is there a certain age for pets that would be too old? Does it vary between cats and dogs?
There's a silly conflict in my circle about this topic.
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Damn it, I wish I had thought of Logan. Going to rename my guy to that now, regardless of the fact that he's six years old now.Chickinvic wrote: ↑Jul 25th, 2017 12:37 pmWe kept the name the rescue group gave our rescue dog. He was about 3 years old at the time we adopted him. I found out his original name was "Loki" and the rescue was calling him "Logan". We kept Logan. I notice the names sound very similar which I imagine was deliberate on the rescue's part.
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Aug 1st, 2017 8:28 am
I believe so yes. What I tell potential adopters of my fosters is that if the animal is responding to its name, I would keep it. If theres no response, feel free to rename
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