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New Data Analysis Reveals the Most Popular “Star Wars” Inspired Pet Names


December 15, 2015

In celebration of the return of the “Star Wars” movie franchise, Nationwide, the largest provider of pet health insurance in the U.S.A., analyzed its database of more than 550,000 insured pets to find the most popular “Star Wars” themed pet names.

Luke was the most popular, followed by Yoda, Chewbacca, Leia, Rebel, Vader, Obi Wan, Han Solo, Jedi and Boba Fett.

While most “Star Wars” monikers were attributed to original characters, some pet owners have already dedicated their furry family members’ moniker to the new film with names such as Poe, Finn, Rey and one dog named Kylo Ren.

Other Nationwide members were more creative when working in the “Star Wars” theme to their pet’s title with unique monikers such as Duke Skywalker, Chew Barka and Artoo Dogtoo.

To see more of the most unique pet names in America, visit www.WackyPetNames.com.

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