Can you imagine calling your dog "Lieutenant Colonel Be Back Soon" or your cat "Bear Paws Lord Of The Dance"?
For many a pet owner, Max sounds mundane and Bailey is simply boring. In order to pay homage to those who take pride in their pets' unconventional names, Nationwide pet insurance set out for the ninth year in a row to find the 50 most unusual dog and cat names in the United States. Nationwide pet insurance employees selected the most unusual dog names from the company's database of more than 500,000 insured pets, and narrowed them down by voting for the 50 most unusual names in each category. Following are the results: