The Egyptian Animal Kingdom consists of 300 varieties of animals including sheep, antelopes, camels, donkeys, and even goats, sheep, and dogs, which all belong to specific tribes. As for names within the ethnic groups, we would not like to give a name to an Egyptian camel because it is too wild and not friendly enough. We would name it “Djebal,” which is the word meaning the Egyptian animal that is the opposite of the common European breed.
Since the Egyptian Animal Kingdom is divided into smaller groups, we suggest you use only small words in your Egyptian animal name. Some dog names would be much greater than others so don’t hesitate and say the name you want. In fact, Egyptians may name their dogs with the names of animals belonging to their tribes in order to reinforce their identity. Don’t forget to thank your Egyptian friends for this chance and to tell them that you love them and they are your best friends.
By utilizing animal names, Egyptians can easily identify their canine family members.
This dog picture has no real life to it. It’s a good analogy only, an analogy of a dog is used to make you feel that there’s no other choice and that you are forced to choose either a bad dog name or a good one.