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Evelyn   Live Oak, Florida

6/21/2013 7:23:37 AM

Has no one imagination anymore? Never had a common dog named except for a bullmastiff who took up here with mange so bad he looked like a prune- could not even decide his breed or color at first but named him BUBBA because he looked like a good old boy's dog. Now we have a Ruger & Remington (two little pistols for sure) Cowgirl, Rhumba, Elvira also known as Fruitcake, Boogie (3 legged but he can still boogie) Sprout (Brussels Griffon) Pasketti (blue heeler with opposite side of face solid black as one we once had named Spaghetti) after foster child who could not pronounce spaghetti-Stetson (looks like Dobie in Purina add in cowboy outfit with stetson) and have had a Dragline (where we found her) What-A-Mess (Doxie-Poodle cross- no explination necessary) Lab named Wildacres High Finance- a number of good reg names- cousin kidded me about talking baby talk to my rescue Shih Tzu so we reg her as PoochieWoochieDoochieKaboochie and called her Snuggles. Once had a Doberman named Radar for the way he moved his ears when they were racked after cropping and the list goeson but nothing so simple and common. Had a Hooch once who was 16 years old and must have been named Pooch in a former life because that was all he would come by and a big furry monster called Big Dog because he would not come to anything else- our other big furry monster (looked like Old Eng- actually was a Afghan/Poodle cross Faversham after the butler on Beverly Hillbillies!

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Suburban Gal   North Chicago, IL

6/12/2013 8:32:55 AM

My neighbor's German Shepherd's name is Bear.

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MyHomieNacho   Ventura, CA

5/11/2013 11:16:01 AM

less common names are more unique :/

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Haily   Aurora, International

5/5/2013 3:40:22 PM

These names are a bunch of BS!!!!!!! I could come up with more better ideas than that! I have a pure bred pug that is a show dog. I still need to pick a better name for it. At least it is only 10 months old!!

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evie   huddesfield, International

5/5/2013 5:43:38 AM

intresting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Carol - 10030   Silver Spring, MD

4/18/2013 7:31:26 PM

Gee. Guess I'm not the only one who isn't very imaginative.

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BOB   San Tan Valley, Alabama

4/7/2013 1:17:13 PM

I have a mastiff/german shepherd and we called her shadow she is only 3 months old awww :)

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Sarah - 45971   Albuquerque, NM

3/24/2013 11:18:41 AM

Some interesting names! My dogs are Ranger, a GSD, Jackie, a GSD, Wee Willie Winston, a Chiweenie, and Remington Steele (Remmy), a Greyhound/Pit mix.

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Randy   Harlan, Iowa

3/9/2013 12:59:04 PM

I have a 10 year old yorkie named Badger(for the UW Badgers).…a 10 year old yorkie named Gigi… and a 5 year old Shin Tsunami named Yale… my 6 year old Shin Tsunami named Bogey passed away of kidney failure on 2/17/13. Still grieving for himm

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liantsim   Waterloo, IA

3/6/2013 12:39:31 PM

The Irish name suggestions are really unique... love them.

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dominique   Marietta, Georgia

3/4/2013 7:12:45 PM

My mutt(rotweiler,chow, and pitbull) is named rowdey im not sure how we got that name he isnt very rowdey...?

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Cliff   Palatine, Illinois

3/3/2013 2:12:07 PM

Miss Muffy is my Maltese's name.

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Sarah   Atlanta, Georgia

3/1/2013 4:39:29 PM

I LOVE the name "Indi" . I am getting a puppy soon and will name him that!

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Kathryn   OKC, Oklahoma

2/8/2013 7:01:04 PM

I have 2 male pugs. The fawn one is named Rigby and the black one is named Willis.

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Kaitlyn   fargo, North Dakota

1/24/2013 2:16:46 PM

my dogs name isnt spelled the way most people think but i named him jayke because it is spelled unique just like his personality, my other dogs names is honey because sh is just that a sweet honey pie

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star   arlington, Texas

1/21/2013 3:35:22 PM

star is just a pretty name

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MichelleKTI718   Clark, NJ

1/19/2013 6:22:30 PM

I like unusual, typically "human" names for pets. My long list of named fishes and small critters is certainly rather odd--but awesome, imo.


The names of my family's dogs have
been:

Ulla (my Saluki, and thus the only one named exclusively by me. Her full name is Tallulah Inga Ilsa Tara Lucille, followed by my surname--registered name being Copper Crest Lady in
Red.)
Rusty (Brittany--named by my dad after his old Britt. I declared his full name to be Rustopher Hoss Hans Duglas DuPont Bradley Bones...or just Rustopher Bones for
short.)
Casey (Great Dane/Mastiff mix; I had started to call her Rita when we first adopted her, but for some reason everyone else chose Casey
instead.)
Molly (Maltese--name picked by my
mom)
Nipper (Miniature Schnauzer--name agreed upon by everyone because it suited
her!)
Boomer and two Jacks (Beagles--named by my dad. His registered name is "We Fuss Eagle Ridge Poncho.")

Floyd (Bloodhound, but named by his original owners/trainers--the K-9
police)

And they all have/had tons of
nicknames.

I'm surprised to see a couple of the 'top names' because I've pretty rarely or never encountered/heard of dogs bearing them, but most of them make sense.

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Queen   Balsam Lake, Wisconsin

1/15/2013 6:32:03 PM

My pups name is Kaydence, she's a min pin and craze funny, she eats kitty litter and loves being the center of attention, also beats up her best friend Champ who is a yellow lab. She's very naughty but to cue to be mad at for long.

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