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Discussion in 'Wanted' started by Parnelli, Aug 19, 2015.
Is that dog still without a name?
I couldn't imagine not having a dog for so long.
My dogs are my Family and my companions as they may sometimes be frustrating like children they bring more joy than troubles
all my dogs are rescues wouldn't have it any other way
Just imagine a dog with out a name gets out in the dog social world and another dogs sniffs his rear, then pauses and sniffs again thinking to him self poor fella don't even know his own name. heed be laugh at by the others.
The dog is named "Trigger"
Yes, my pets are family also, that's why I was so heartbroken when I had to put Daisey down and waited so long to get another. Now I'm thinking that the best cure would have been to get another sooner. The new dog is 2 but never had proper training, so it's like raising a puppy. Mackley is intelligent and learning fast.
Name her "Honkey".
Had a big orange cat named Honkey Kong.
yes I know the sadness of having to do the rite thing for one of your loved pets.
I lost two in one year one from old age and one someone poisoned
I was still trying to get over Candy my wolf hybrid she was the one some low life poisoned
And three weeks later
Kayla she had a stroke she was my German short hair, had her for 26 years she had a stroke playing in the living room.
Our vet was always amazed to see kayla in the office year after year they could not believe she lived so long and every one in the office Cried when they had to put her down, Probably not as much as I did.
They were both amazing dogs who only thought of their master and family peoples.
sorry for the rambling on
But sounds like Mackley is going to be wonderful member of your home.
Fido the cajun hunting dog, "you spell dat F-I-D-E-A-U-X"
"Smoke", kinda fits the howitzer thing (if you are going the artillery route)...
I use names from my favorite books, my dog is WOODROW and my cat is GUSS. My wifes dog is ATTICUS. So I would use LORI or CLARE, my wife would go with SCOUT.
Damn hard to beat "Bubba."
Dang I hope this dog got a name since August.
I have always used two syllable dog names the second syllable spoken in a higher tone than the first. It seems to register better with them when they are after the neighbors cat or the mailman's leg. Some of the more recent names were Ollie, Rusty, and Heidi.
Wilma. Definitely Wilma.
Hmmm! You might have something there! My last three Jack Russell’s have been named B.T., Maggie and Katie.
Since they apparently thought cats were just squirrels in fancy fur coats they always used their “Ears Off” mode when cats were in sight…but that’s part of a JRT!
Also, I believe the OP is no longer active on thus forum, but I may be mistaken.
I figure if you spend enough time around the critter a name will come to mind eventually, the critter will pretty much name herself.
I got to assist at the local vet clinic, we got all kinds come through, allot had human names, one very sweet, well trained black lab (F) was named Moss.
One energetic little mix dog with tons of personality was named Zilla (F), Another (F) sled dog was named Popper.
It is up to uou to name your new family member.
Just make sure the new name fits the dog.
Can you imagine the dog below named Hoser?
He named it Trigger months ago.