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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dixiebandit69, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. dixiebandit69

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    Focus: I am getting a new dog (as soon as she is weaned). What should I name her? Suggestions can be serious or hilarious, I don't care.

    Alternate focus: What is your pet's name (or names)? Why?

    Details: The puppy is a pitbull/mix, brown/tiger striped. She is going to be a farm dog, and a short name that is easy for her to recognize over the sound of tractors and other equipment is what I'm looking for.
     
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    This is Mr. Butters. Not just Butters but Mr. Butters. He is a very handsome gentleman and a scholar, and demands to be addressed as such. You should applaud his modesty for not having you address him as Lord Butters.
     
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    Focus: If she's a brindle boxerish looking dog, I've always thought that Dutch would be a great name. Perhaps Dutchess in her case, but Dutch for short.

    Alt. Focus: I've posted this photo before. The big guy is Abraham. Aka "Abrahamster," or just "Hamster" for short. He's part Newfie, part lab and every bit as easygoing and docile as you would expect. The little guy is named for the coolest sounding villian name I've ever read: Finli O'Tego. Or Finli, or just plain Fin. And he's a shit sometimes, but when he's not he's pure awesome.

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    hmmm, could have sworn there was a thread for this already. In fact I think it is permanent.

    My favorite dog name will always be "Shit Head", from The Jerk.
     
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    You need something with two hard sounds and a high vowel inbetween if you are looking for her to hear her name over farm loud noises. Sadly the only work I can think of at the moment that fits is Kike.
     
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    I would name a pitbull Kukoc or Horace because Toni Kukoc and Horace Grant used to play for the Bulls. And bull is part of pitbull. They're more interesting for a pet name than say, Michael.

    This is Gandalf. Because of Gandalf the grey


    I like word associations..
     

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    You should let the guy on the left name your dog, he can sing it out for you.

     
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    My dog's name is Basher. He's a Lab/Rottweiler that turned out looking pit. When I adopted him from the pound and was taking him on his first walk, he kept bashing his head into my legs, I guess to make sure I was still there or something. I realized quickly that he uses his head to greet people.

    It was cute name when he was little, but now that he's bigger people think I use him for dogfights and avoid me. So it all works out.

    I always liked Sadie and Peaches for dog names.

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    When I was in junior high I had a pet snake. It was named Billy Joe Bob Frank Henry III. I have no idea who Billy Joe Bob Frank Henry I and II were.
     
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    Both of my parents grew up on farms and my dads side still operates a dairy farm, so they always have one or two border collies (real farm dogs, not house cats or glorified squirrels).

    This is Dixie. She passed away a couple years ago, but she did work cows. Her last few years were spent on that porch, completely deaf and dumb (but still a very sweet dog). She could be following us around when we were hunting and not even notice shotguns or centerfire rifles being fired.

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    This is Amos. He's my grandfathers dog and like a typical border collie, is extremely intelligent and stubborn. Very aggressive though and good at getting every last heifer out of loafing sheds. Sitting attentively right next to my grandfather is natural for him.

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    Both names work. Once I have a hunting dog it'll probably get a short name like Tom, Cal, or Jack, with a hard syllable at the beginning. Maybe even Duck if it's destined to be in boats.
     
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    Misha (meesha) for my Chow German Sheppard mix.

    I think the name "dog" would be sweet. It's probably been done many a time, but it's still neat.
    You can pronounce it as it is or Dee oh gee.
     
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    My collie Ginger was named because she's a ginger. Creative.

    And our little black kitty Tink, well, I don't know. My mum named her.
     
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    Our corgi is named Cecil. His registered name was "Mack the Knife," I'm not sure why the breeder didn't use that as that's an awesome name. For some reason she thought "CiCi the Pizza Man" was more appropriate. Obviously, we couldn't call a boy dog CiCi for very long, so once he stopped shitting and pissing on the floor he graduated to the very gentlemanly Cecil.
     
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    Dug.

    Best name ever.
     
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    My cat's name is Booya because ever since she was tiny she could jump like a motherfucker. Like so:
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    Considering your avatar, why not call her Cash? It's short and kinda cool, if I do say so myself. You're welcome.
     
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    I saw the thread title and thought you were trying to train your wife...

    On focus though, we have a Brussels Gryphon and named it "Chewie" since it looks like one of the Wookies from Star Wars.

    Yeah I'm a closet nerd, what of it?
     
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    This is Oliver. He just turned 1, and has never responded to his name. Ever. Don't go with Oliver.
     

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    Pit bull? Vick.
     
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    My boxer Dagny. No, she is nothing like her namesake; just extremely sweet and athletic as hell. Best dog ever.



    Years ago, I had a Rottwieler named Pilsner. That was one bad bitch.

    Names for the Dixie Dog

    Ajax
    Whip
    Lestat
    Biscuit
    Trojan
    or the obvious- Bandit or lil Bandit
     

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