Hannah, though I didn't choose it. She was a dog whos owner couldn't look after her any more so I took her in.
My dog's name is gambler he is a cocker spanial. I changed his name to gambler because every morning he goes out to the store for me with a note stuck to his collar and a small pouch to get me some things i would need . One day i requested a lottery ticket and he ended up making me win a small prize.
I have recently read a warning against giving out your pet's name on the internet because identity thieves will try to use it to gain access to your info. Many banks and other institutions use your pet's name as the secret account protection question.
Our dog's name is "Jumar". We got it from our daughters names from Julie and Marie.
My dog's name was Biscuit. I wanted a name that was easy for the dog to recognize and not be a word the dog would likely hear except in association with its name.
My Border Collie's name is Roy - the photo I use is him. We didn't actually choose his name the rescue kennels already had this name for him. I wasn't sure that I liked it at first but to be honest it does kind of suit him and he's used to it so that's that.
Theadore - The best dog I ever had was named Teddy(A girl) and my dad always called her Theodore because well, Teddy is short for Theodore. When Theadore was born I really wanted to call her something in relation to that dog, but I wanted it to be a girl name, so I just dropped the O and put in the A and that is that I actually love the name...and love her to bits also. I am glad I put the A in because she does get mistaken a lot for a guy.
All my dog names are from Chocolates:
1. MM from M&M's
2. Mocca (related)
3. Serg (local brand)
Puppies always died when I took care of them(always got sick) but one didn't and it was named MM. So, every other new puppy was named derived from chocolates. They all didn't get sick and grew up to be wonderful dogs.
I know it's weird but that's how and why my dogs are named.
by Tom Radford 7 years ago
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