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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrero View Post
    well, atleast we have a fair few months to decide lol

    our pup is still just a twinkle in his daddys eyes awww



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    They are great Cleas! Thanks!

    But how do I save it so that I can use them other times?
    Only a twinkle in his daddys eye ♥♡
    (IM)patiently waiting for my long awaited newfie pup ♥♡

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrero View Post
    They are great Cleas! Thanks!

    But how do I save it so that I can use them other times?
    right click them and save on your computer...then add them like you would a picture...try it

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    Oh I love this topic...

    Dooee - named Scooby Doo for several months, until my mate says to me one day - you know you cant call a adult male stafford "Scooby Doo".... so we changed it to Dooee

    Raimius - (RIP beautiful boy) - his show name was Powerpaws Red October, and Sean Connery's name in the movie Hunt for Red October was Raimius - I loved his name from the minute I saw it on Google...

    Mr. B - his real name is Belvedere but we call him Mr B.

    Madeline - Maddy was stolen at 8 weeks this is around the same time as Madeline McCann and she was named after her....

    Johnny - my 16 week old baby... not sure if Johnny will stick yet, but it suites him.... he was called Johnny after Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing

    What ever name you find, make sure its easy to say and clear to hear... all my dogs have several nicknames that they answer to also...
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    Right now, Inca has just answered to the name "you ruddy *****, bring that DS console back inside and drop it - NOW!*

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    I like different names

    I have my next purbred SBTs reg and pet name picked out, just need to find a breeder that will let me use them!

    I have Atlas - I had Zues at the time, and wanted something to match, Atlas it was (and I have only heard of 3 other Atlas' 2 bull terriers, and one a mix breed on some tv show that was PTS)

    Kaos - No need to explain, come and meet her!

    Sumo - British Shorthair kitten, he is boofy and fat

    Fanta - has a half/half face, did name her phantom for a while, but it didnt suit her - shortened to Fanta

    Bella - meh, i hate the name LOL but she is 9 this year and too old to chance

    I dont like human names, I love uncommon names. I also like short, easy to say names

    I live alone, so no one to fight with when it comes to naming them!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Balzac - while a fine writer - just sounds too much like "scrotum" if you have to yell it out loud. Not a good name for a dog, especially if you get him desexed as well. And then he could be MT Balzac.
    "MT BALZAC"
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