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In 2014, Olivia Munn adopted “Chance,” a purebred Cavalier King Charles. After spending just 10 minutes with him, she wanted to bring him home. The actress was inspired to name this sweetheart, Chance, to celebrate his second chance at life.
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How about naming a pup after your favorite TV host or celebrity? 50 Cent named his Schnauzer “Oprah”. Oprah chooses to interpret this as a compliment, even though it was not originally intended as one. Fifty Cent and the famed media maven had a falling out in 2006 when 50-cent accused Oprah of catering to white women and excluding black rappers from her show. And yes, Oprah the Dog has a Twitter account.
Mugsy and Harajuku Bitch
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It takes a true expert to keep track of all of Paris Hilton’s pets, their air conditioned homes, jeweled collars, etc. Luckily, there is an entire Instagram (@hiltonpets) dedicated to the fluffy heirs and heiresses of the Hilton fam. The two standout names making the list for being particularly unique belong to Pug Mugsy and Pomeranian Harajuku Bitch.
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Miley Cyrus is definitely a dynamic individual, and we think that’s a huge part of her success. It makes sense that a free spirit like Miley would have a handsome Collie named Emu Coyne Cyrus, rather than any old dog name.
Lifestyle maven Martha Stewart has a deep love for French Bulldogs and Chow Chows. It takes a certain type of person to chose the name, and a certain kind of dog to wear it well, and in this case, the match up makes total sense. Although he bares the name of the founder of the Mongol empire, this Chow goes by GK for short. Adorable!