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What's the name of your dog/s?

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RoastedCouchPotatoes Mon 19-Aug-13 19:44:58

Just asking because we have recently become owners of two puppies (found in garden of a friend at three weeks old, stayed at vet due to a medical concern for two days) and they're nameless. Our current dog is called Koira because it's the word for dog in my home country! Both puppies are female and are now a bit over three weeks. For the last few days, we've called them Fat Bum and Slob blush and am looking for inspiration- and funny names too, even if we can't use them!

PissesGlitter Mon 19-Aug-13 19:47:03

Bitch - Sasha (was already named before we got her)

Dog - Rocky (husbands choice)

I would called your puppies Ruby and Scarlett smile

HouseAtreides Mon 19-Aug-13 19:59:33

Ours is called Max because he was a rescue and it was already his name smile
Thelma and Louise? Smelly and Belly?

topbannana Mon 19-Aug-13 20:06:59

I have boys so not much use to you smile
I would however have had Flute for a bitch I suggest this on every puppy naming thread and will continue to do so until someone obliges <stamps foot>
I also like Hattie.
What make are they?

topbannana Mon 19-Aug-13 20:07:48

Aargh, clearly I meant what breed are they?! grin

Pascha Mon 19-Aug-13 20:10:53

No dogs here but PILs have/had girl dogs:


All Westies


All Springers.

LesserSpottedNeckSnake Mon 19-Aug-13 20:28:47

I only have boy dogs, but here are some of the girl dogs I know:


HoneyDragon Mon 19-Aug-13 20:37:39


ExitPursuedByABear Mon 19-Aug-13 20:39:55

Sir Montagu Goose Slayer

PersonalClown Mon 19-Aug-13 20:40:37

I only have males but mine are
Synyster- Staffy
Fluppy- Labradoodle (He was a Fluffy puppy ! His official name is Shadows)

LEMisdisappointed Mon 19-Aug-13 20:42:39

I have a Bob and a Lenny

For girls i know a twiggy, fudge, honey, lucy

We need more info OP, what breed/type are they?

Am thinking poppy, pippa, lily, rosie, gypsy

SconeRhymesWithGone Mon 19-Aug-13 20:56:47

We have a Sophie. Before her we had Hannah and Helen. I have a granddog called Daisy.

RoastedCouchPotatoes Mon 19-Aug-13 21:03:52

Breed: Vet says he can't say for certain yet, but appears to be border collie x Labrador (we have experience of both breeds and are enjoying how slow they are, it won't last...)

Love the names so far smile

LEMisdisappointed Mon 19-Aug-13 21:08:44

ooohhh roasted - im getting a terrible case of de ja vu here! I took a rescue dog for my mum that was abandonned at the vets at "8" weeks. I worked there at the time - we all, in our experience hmm said, no bigger than collie size (looked like a gsd collie x) um, right - he stands 32" and weighs 65kg!! Just saying grin

foxy6 Mon 19-Aug-13 21:15:17

we have a Casey, her name when we got her and a Henry, named after his Dad coopergrin
we had in the past a Tina, Suzie and a Ben.

moosemama Mon 19-Aug-13 22:32:48

How about Jelly and Bean?

LittleFeileFooFoo Mon 19-Aug-13 22:34:33

Muck T. Nanda

DIddled Mon 19-Aug-13 22:34:38

Jack and Eric- and they look like their names too smile

LittleFeileFooFoo Mon 19-Aug-13 22:35:08

I like Mac n Tosh for sibs!

RoastedCouchPotatoes Mon 19-Aug-13 22:54:44

Oh god LEM

From so far, I love Luna, Pippa, Rosie, Callie, Flute and also like Mac/Tosh and Jelly/Bean but my DH is firmly against matchy names sad

MagratGarlik Mon 19-Aug-13 23:06:59

We have Jessie who goes with our Woody (both from Toy Story), she was originally called Molly, but she didn't suit that. We now wish we'd called her Timba because she drops like timber in the hope of having her belly tickled at any opportunity.

tillyo Tue 20-Aug-13 00:42:03

I have Jack and Elvis x

topbannana Tue 20-Aug-13 06:18:14

How about Hinge and Bracket?
I wanted Sprocket and Flange but as the second of the pair would be DHs and I took dibs on Sprocket I was overruled. Apparently it would be bad taste for him to have a dog called Flange <git> grin

KillashandraRee Tue 20-Aug-13 06:29:37

We have a Piper (she's gorgeous)

watchingout Tue 20-Aug-13 06:33:52

Ebony and Florence

Aka Ebb and Flo

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