Your programmer friend, Daniel, went on a two week long vacation, and asked you to look after his adorable dog. He loves dogs, and he certainly doesn’t want a stranger to do this job, so you agree.
Your task is simple: you have to go over to his house every day for two weeks, give food and water to the dog and if you have time, play with him for a while. But on the first day you suddenly realize: you don’t even know the puppy’s name!
How can you be a good company to him, if you can’t even call him by his name? You try to reach Daniel, but his phone is off, so you send him a text explaining your situation. Soon, you get your answer:
oh, Bang, i Forgot! or did i? now i should give yoU some secret code, rot13 or a „the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” type of hidden code… Maybe even an ^ anagram would be enough for you, aS i think you are not a CertiFied code cracker. bUt i don’t want to underestimAte you either… i think i won’t give you ` anY hidden messages, just text You in an hour with his Kind naMe… or will i?
First, you find this message very strange, but soon you suddenly realize what the dog’s name is.
Of course, it’s true that you are not an experienced puzzler – someone in the Puzzling Stack Exchange would be even able to say the dog’s breed!
What is the dog's name and breed?
The question can be answered by only reading the text message (highlighted part). The other parts do not contain any useful information, however the title can be a hint for the most important part of the puzzle.
Every part of the title is a hint (but I'm sure that everyone realized that it is a puzzle, and dogs are involved, so focus on the third noun).
Daniel must have been very keen on choosing the first 100-ish characters, but after that he just wrote what came into his mind.