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Dogs' common names    If you are not artistic, you probably think of names like Brownie, Blackie or Whitie depending on the color of the dog. If you have an enemy, you would probably give your enemy's name to your dog. Hahaha!

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rainman
09/18/2008
03:51:15 PM
Re: Dogs' common names
I have a couple of fancy dog names here, Imagine if you cross-breed a
TERRIER and a BULLDOG = TERRIBULL
LABRADOR and Poodle = LABRADOODLE

any suggestions?
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sinclair
09/18/2008
03:52:08 PM
Re: Dogs' common names
More common names:

Spot - when your dog has spots
Tod - the usual name of a dog
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glove
09/18/2008
03:54:21 PM
Re: Dogs' common names
metechi- sounds hawaiian to me.
basti- cool and hip dog.
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koberyan
09/18/2008
03:55:30 PM
Re: Dogs' common names
I've been always a fanatic of dog names, every time I have new dog I see to it to give him/her a nice name, I prefer common names, but sometimes, its much better to give a little time and effort in thinking a quite wonderful name for your pet.
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cristydua
09/19/2008
02:45:15 AM
Dogs name
According to expert trainer of dogs,when you give name to your dogs,the easiest and simple name,so that your dog will not be confused every time you're calling them.Do you think that is effective way of naming your dogs?
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glove
09/22/2008
03:05:36 PM
Re: Dogs name
Whatever names you call your dog is OK, as long as its easy to remember, sometimes owners tend to name their dogs in a unique way, it depends on how you train your dog if ever you want to call them.
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snoop
09/22/2008
03:07:16 PM
Re: Dogs name
Simplicity is very important, you wouldn't want to confuse your dog for that very long and winding name. I mean, its alright to get the unique name, provided its easily recognizable or easily be remembered, anyway, this is only my suggestion, If you want to make much more longer you can do it, as long as you can remember it, and your dog will not be confused.
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nayr
09/22/2008
03:08:53 PM
Re: Dogs name
I agree with your post Cristy, for me I tend to give my dog only one syllable name, so that I could easily remember, plus my dog likes it too. like my Pit bull his name is Brock! easy to remember... right?
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juianne
09/26/2008
08:18:11 AM
Re: Dogs name
We have the same opinion when it comes to naming dogs. Any name is fine to a dog but the more suitable is the one that will reflect your dog's identity. If you will own a puppy, you will know from the start the attitude or moods of your dog when when it grows up. Based from experience it is better if you choose a happy name so that your dog will carry a happy attitude.
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agreie
09/26/2008
08:19:18 AM
Re: Dogs name
When I get a new dog I always give his or her name. I like to give a name to my dog sounds pretty and handsome.
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