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A majority of Americans consider their dogs to be another member of the family and name them accordingly. (iStock). A dog’s name can say a lot about his or her owner, but choosing the perfect one for your four-legged friend isn’t always an easy feat. In a new report released by Rover, an online network for pet sitters and dog walkers, 94 percent of Americans consider their dog a member of their family. Which would explain why, according to the same report, the most popular dog names are in fact human. MALL SANTA WITH 'NAUGHTY' AND 'NICE' TATTOOS TOLD TO TONE IT DOWN THIS YEAR. To compile the fifth annual report, Rover combed through their database to uncover where American’s get their ins... Full story

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