An important part of owning an animal is making sure what you choose to call them is a perfect fit for their looks and personality, and you usually only get one chance to get it right. Many choose to adopt cats and dogs as loving humans want to give innocent animals a second chance at a good life. If you have a new furry friend, these are the top pet names of 2019 that channel iconic Canadian musicans and even Schitt's Creek characters.\nEvery year, Rover releases the list for the United States and though many make an annual comeback, there are also quite a few new ones added.\nInterestingly, they wrote that "Keanu" is up 93% for celebrities, so the John Wick star was well-loved this year.\nLuckily, Rover also gave Canada a chance to shine and shared two separate lists of the most popular cat names and dog names in 2019.\nThey wrote that three new ones based off of Schitt's Creek characters picked up fame this year. David, Johnny, and Stevie are common for dogs and the same three plus Moira and Alexis are big for cats.\nView this post on Instagram To our friends in the USA, the Roses are back on @netflix! #SchittsCreek Season 3 is now streaming… A post shared by Schitt's Creek (@schittscreek) on Oct 5, 2017 at 12:46pm PDT\nFavoured names for dogs after Canadian musicians are Drake, Cara, Justin, Abel, and Shawn. Cara is likely after Alessia Cara and it "increased in popularity over 700%", and Abel comes from The Weeknd.\nIn the sports category, Kawhi, Leonard, and Mitch after Toronto basketball and hockey players gained some fame too. It seems like the Raptors not only won the championship this year but the hearts of dog owners as well.\nView this post on Instagram My take away from the day today is these pictures will never fade away and we can’t even be topped by the Macy’s Day...👌🏽 A post shared by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Jun 17, 2019 at 10:56pm PDT\nFinn, after the Stranger Things star, placed #17 on the top male cat names, #25 on the top male dog names, and #21 on the US male dog names.\nAccording to ET Canada, "Seth Rogen sparked an increase of 500 per cent in both dogs and cats named after the actor".\nIt was also helped by his role voicing Pumbaa in the 2019 The Lion King remake which got Nala, Timon, and Simba as common ones based on Disney characters.\nRogen also owns an adorable dog he called Zelda.\nView this post on Instagram Zelda A post shared by Seth (@sethrogen) on Jun 5, 2018 at 10:20am PDT\nThe top three names for cats in Canada are Bella, Luna, and Nala for girls, and Oliver, Milo, and Charlie for boys.\nCanadian dogs are most commonly called Bella, Luna, and Molly if they're female, and Charlie, Max, and Cooper are popular for males.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.