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Name the puppy thread!
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Inthepotty · 04/11/2012 22:09

Have passed a recent homecheck and today met our potential new dog!! A whippet/collie x something else! Our boy dog and kids were smitten and DH. Rescue advise another couple nights sleep before we collect her.

Need a new name so suggsestions please ladies!

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Inthepotty · 04/11/2012 22:09

Should add, she's approx 4 so not exactly a pup...

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LadyTurmoil · 04/11/2012 22:21

What colour(s) is she?

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Inthepotty · 04/11/2012 23:06

Black and white, mainly black

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LadyTurmoil · 05/11/2012 01:21

I'm really bad at girl's names, don't know why, but thought of Blaze and Whisper (maybe too boyish), Becky, Kate, Maggie, Rachel, Indy, Star, Bella, Willow, Candy, Emma, Trifle, Tess, Lottie and Martha Smile

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TheCunnyFuntWearingAPoppy · 05/11/2012 21:26

Bella
Jessie
Pippin
Grace
Or look here

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RatsInTheBelfry · 05/11/2012 21:33

Brenda
Bridget
Maud
Xanthe
Zillah

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RatsInTheBelfry · 05/11/2012 21:35

Beryl
Anubis (nooby)
Pied

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GoldenOrangeWhippoorwhill · 07/11/2012 07:58

This is the short list of names we had for the new pup. In the end we went with Rain.

Senka (means Shadow)
Lupe
Fern
Freya
Luna
Swizzle
Phyzz
Gretel
Gypsy
Jinx
Kenya
Tizzy
Tarot
Rain
Tia
Maia
Nyx
Bramble
Ester
Erin
Vashti
Annie
Ellie

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Isandri · 07/11/2012 09:52

How about a proper old lady name. Ethel, maude etc

Disclaimer: pregnancy hormones may be affecting my name decisions :)

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frazzled123 · 07/11/2012 22:01

We went with Betty for our pup, I love the old lady names! What about Elsie?! Poppy seems very popular around here. Good to go with two syllables I'd heard....

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alicetrefusis · 07/11/2012 22:42

Gladys
Cora
Emily
Gail
Lexie

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Housewifefromheaven · 07/11/2012 22:43

Deefer :o

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YouveCatToBeKittenMe · 07/11/2012 22:47

Meg
Domino
OyComeBack

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Milliways · 07/11/2012 22:49

Does she already have a name though? Should a new name have a similar sound?

My DB's female dog is called Bob (Think Blackadder) :)

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TheCunnyFuntWearingAPoppy · 08/11/2012 08:28

Nooo not Poppy! DD is called Poppy, and DD being Dear Daughter. Not Dear Dog.

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Rhinestone · 08/11/2012 08:40

Tess

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Inthepotty · 08/11/2012 17:25

Blimey golden that's the SHORT list?!

Have narrowed down to...

Annie
Winnie
Val or
Tully (short for tallulah!)

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LadyTurmoil · 08/11/2012 17:54

Tully is definitely my favourite - good name!

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TheCunnyFuntWearingAPoppy · 08/11/2012 19:37

I like Annie or Tully, my first and favourite teacher at primary school was called Mrs Tully :)

Although, tbf she probably still is called Mrs Tully.

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xecaj78747 · 20/05/2020 19:39

Bella.
Luna.
Lucy.
Daisy.
Lily.
Zoe.
Lola.
Sadie.
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PeggyJarvis · 20/05/2020 20:02

I love Tully!

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