Mexican naming is very widespread in the country. Mexican names make perfect sense, and are often well-known amongst people who do not necessarily speak the official Mexican language. Dogs are not the only things that are named after this country. In this video, the author walks you through 9 things only die-hard fans get about Mexican names for dogs. These names are in many ways very meaningful, and a lot of people would not mind adding these to their homes.
This video is a part of a series titled ’10 Things I’ve Been Wrong About the Mexican Names For Dogs’. In the video, you will learn a few more details about Mexican dog names, along with 9 fun, cool, and helpful things you might hear or see during your walks with your dog.
Mexican names for dogs is a part of a series, #10ThingsItSucksToSayAboutMexicanNamesForDogs, about Mexican names for dogs. The series is not a new thing of mine, but the title is definitely new to many people. I wanted to make this series in order to spread the word about these names and encourage people to know more about Mexican dog names. So much misinformation is out there.
Mexican names for people, that are not specifically named after the country of Mexico, are very common too. Of course, any new Mexican names don’t have to really be about Mexico, but many people can’t live without the country’s traditions of food, music, and dance. Old blog: People love the idea of Mexican names for dogs, but Mexican dog names should never be considered just a part of Mexican culture.
The Mexican dog names are often considered as stereotypes, but most people would agree that these don’t quite fit them. Not all Mexican dog names are names they would use with other pets of the same breed. This is because some Mexican names for dogs have an American derivation, and while the meaning and pronunciation may sound right, the ‘real meaning’ is still very much foreign.