By Kristen Seymour
ThinkstockJust as today's second-grade classrooms are no longer filled to the brim with Jennifers and Jasons, the dog names that were most popular a decade or two ago are no longer at the head of the class.
After checking out the 10 most popular puppy names and 10 trendiest dog names, we decided to try something different and determine which names are on the other end of current trends. Using Vetstreet's data on close to 1.26 million dogs, we took a peek at which names have fallen in popularity since 2003.
Here are the 10 dog names that have fallen the farthest in the past decade.
1. Scooter earned the top spot on this list by declining the most in popularity over the past decade, falling from No. 34 on the list of most popular male dog names in 2003 to No. 98 in 2012.
2. Brandy takes No. 1 for females on the least popular list, starting at No. 42 in 2003 and falling out of the top 100 in 2011.3. Dakota was the No. 43 most popular male dog name in 2003, but comes in second on our list after dropping out of the top 100 in 2009.
4. Holly, the second least trendy female dog name, has a similar story to Dakota, claiming No. 45 in 2003 and falling off the list of most popular names in 2012.
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5. Rudy was in the top half of most popular names in 2003, coming in at No. 47, but fell out of the top 100 last year.
6. Misty: After holding the No. 48 spot in 2003, Misty dropped off the 100 most popular names list in 2011.
7. Spike has fallen drastically in popularity in the past decade, going from No. 29 in 2003 to No. 81 in 2012.
8. Katie saw a similar drop, beginning at No. 33 a decade ago, then falling to No. 82 last year.
9. Joey the No. 52 most popular male dog name in 2003, fell out of the top 100 in 2012, earning it the No. 5 spot on this list.
10. Lucky rounds out our list of fallen names. It was No. 56 most popular female dog name in 2003 but dropped off the list in 2010.
Tell us below which names have you have noticed that have taken a hit over the past decade.
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