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    Yeah I love Dolly
    and I love simple names like frank ect ....

    Even Dave lol

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    Is this for a pet name or a call name?

    I like Billy Sunday as a call name, it's unisex and a strong name suitable for a DDB.
    Beau
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    Beau.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Lady View Post
    OMG Nev are you serious..
    Sorry if you are but that cracked me up..

    We once had a pair of geese, Mork & Mindy
    :-)
    Nev Allen
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    Bahahaaaaa Nev

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    Billy Ray!! Love it, then you can match my Cyrus

    Co-incidentally, Cyrus's sisters name was Miley, later changed by her new owners to Montanna, I love it when breeders do themes for their dogs

    For a DDB I think old style names suit them. My mum gives her Bassets older style names. For bitches her name list included ones like Cybil, Agatha, Daphne.

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    Gawd old names... my siblings and I used to use ancient unfashionable names for each other....

    Beryl, Agnes, Percival, Cyril, Fredericka, Ethyl, Roberta, Bertha, Edwina, Phoebe, Geraldine, Esmay, Elsebeth, Gertrude...

    I also like names that are opposites eg for a big dog/person "Tiny", we've got a couple of petite singers, Kylie, Tina, Danni, etc.

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    I love all of those names I'm going to pass them on to mum! I'm pretty sure her new pup was meant to be either Cybil or Cyril but unfortunately she came already named. The breeder has been putting updates with her name on Facebook all through her growth so the name has kind of stuck now, she's famous in the show world already and she's only 10 weeks old

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    I am pretty crap at choosing names...here are some we have used

    Chevy - I didnt pick it
    Lennox - after Lennox lewis coz my partner is English and the dog was half boxer
    Moff - after a character called Moffet in a movie called 'human traffic'
    Jaffa - cat - I didnt choose it
    Footsie - same as Jaffa
    Sterling - same as jaffa
    Barney - because hes big and boofy like a bear
    Pippi - after shellfish in NZ called Pipi (we wanted an NZ flavour forour little ozzie) but I thought it was too masculine with one p

    Missy - mums BC
    Rosie - mums staff
    Remus - mums
    Keb - mums
    Cheeko
    Sheba

    Tim - dads doberman lol
    George - dads lab
    Emma -dads lab

    Names I like are: Frank, Podge, Lollie, Sid, Cricket (for a small one), Betty...hmm will post some more as I think of them but I am pretty crap.

    I just found out our neighbours dog is called Morris, I really like that. Not helpful for a girl though

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    I know a baby called oliver jack (two of the top then boy names of that year and never mind it makes OJ)

    I kept calling him "Henry / Harry" - to me he was that name even before he was born. NFI why.

    I like Harrison, but Han Solo made off with that one.

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