Discussion in 'Dogs - General Dog Chat' started by Linds, Sep 8, 2012.
Hazzy had a great name, it totally fit that rotten Lil dog lol
And Elsie! It's so feminine. It fits her perfectly.
I love the name Sloan, and Seren, Shamoo. Gah, there are tons more that I cant think of right now.
So do you just like names that start with 'S'
Traveler (particularly for a girl)
I know there are others I am forgetting but those ones have really stood out
And probably a lot more. But those are the ones that came to mind right away. It's weird that there are so many with two syllables or more... I generally prefer one syllable names. But good ones of those are hard to come up with!
Watson (we need a Crick)
I am sure there are more..
Oh and Dekka's post reminds me...
Dekka is also one of my favs lol
Others I forgot before...
Bean (Except that, like Bazinga, this is one I wanted to use for a future dog and now I can't! )
woo hoo! LOL, I was getting a complex from reading the hated names list...My poor Marley To be fair, I named him that over 12 years ago and the name was NOT that common then...and its after Bob
Names are so personal but some of my favorites are Squash, Mushroom, and Goose. SOOO many others I really like as well though.
I'm sure there are a lot more that I love, too!
lol. I'm glad Knox and Indy get some love! Enzo was my favoritist name of mine, but after "The Art Of Racing In The Rain" because popular, I guess you hear it more.
Enzo the baker, yes?
I don't get it
I'm sure there's a ton more but I'm out of touch lately and forgot many of them...
Qcumber is my fave. It totally fits a goofy Dane boy.
I also love Didgeridoo!!! That's the BEST name for any Australian dog.
From the godfather! (the movie)
I've never seen it
I have so many favs, I know I'll forget a bunch! I'm totally a name junky and will admit that I stole Classic's name from a different forum 4 years ago, but that dane was named Klassic with a K, so it's not REALLY stealing right?!
Backup is my all time fav.
Indy (my horse's name!)
Buzz Lightyear (OF COURSE)