Pet names for dogs from A to Z:
Famous dogs beginning with E and F
• Faith – only has two legs
A sad fate but with a happy ending: a Chow Chow (a Chinese dog breed) called Faith was born with just two legs. Her two front legs were deformed because of a genetic defect. They had to be amputated and Faith was left with no other option than walking upright on two legs. But she had a happy life and was so well loved that she lived to an impressive 12 years old. If you have a dog that has some physical disability or problem, Faith could be a great name.
• Elle – the therapy dog
Each year, dogs are honored with the “Hero Dog Award” e.g. for their tireless, selfless work as therapy or rescue dogs. Elle was awarded the prize for her work as a therapy dog for children and adults that are afraid of dogs. Her hearty “high five” is almost as famous itself. And her breed is probably the most surprising: Elle is a Pitbull. These dogs are categorized as “dangerous dogs” in many states.
• Fido – Abraham Lincoln’s dog
The United States of America has had a lot of Presidents: 45 up to now (2017)! One of the most important was Abraham Lincoln because he was against slavery and worked to abolish it. And at his side: a loyal mongrel called Fido. Lincoln decided to leave Fido with a loving family when he became President. This was for the dog’s own good, as he was very scared with all the constant hustle and bustle. If you have a dog that needs peace and quiet and shares a loving home with you, you might want to consider the name Fido.
Filmhunde mit E und F
• Fang - Hagrid’s scared pooch
Have you got a dog that looks brave, wild and strong but will actually hide behind the sofa at any little fright? Hagrid’s dog (the giant from Harry Potter) is exactly like that.
Life savers beginning with E and F
• Eve – the fireproof dog
When we see a character in a movie jumping out of a burning car before it explodes, we don’t think about how it could have ended badly. This happened in real life, to 41 year old Kathie Vaughn. She was partially paralyzed and stuck in her burning delivery van. Animals actually have a natural fear of fire. But for Rottweiler Eve, there was something more important: her master! She pulled Kathie from her driver’s seat into a ditch. Has your dog ever saved anyone from a dangerous situation? Does it stand in front of you if you’re afraid? Eve is a lovely name for brave dogs.