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    Panda: Panda bear, Pandy, Fluff bum, Killer.
    No one loves you like your dog does.

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    My dog is called Mini (after the car, as I work for BMW). We call her Mini monster, or mini midget sometimes. If she runs fast she gets Mini roadster.
    Or other dog is called Tiger. She gets called Tiges most of the time. She comes to Dog though. Because I used to call out and say Oi, dog. So she comes to that.

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    Pohm, gets called pompski when she cuddles people. If she decides you need a cuddle, you just put out. As she steels them otherwise in such a cute pompski way, we cant resist.
    Bernie gets called bernie boo, and goes all silly for this name too, pouff that he is, start prancing when i call him that. lol

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    My dog is called Ziggy, but he makes pig like sounds so I often call him "Piggy" or "Ziggy Piggy" or "Ziggy Piggy Wiggy" He really does sound like a pig at times and lol snores really loud every night!

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    Depends who in the family is referring to them.
    Gold fish..Scruff Muffin...Stona....Dufuss...Little Man(my biggest guy)...Sooky...Princess (my bossy agro girl) Trippa...Evil kitty...to name a few.
    "No amount of time can erase the memory of a good dog or cat, and no amount of masking tape can ever totally remove their fur from your couch"

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    Lately, i seem to be calling him: ellie, paul, ben, pohm, jen....FFS BERNIE. agggh brain fog middle age.

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    Sal gets baby girl, baby, pup, puppy, fatty, shorty, sweet girl, old girl, little girl, gutsache, bat ears

    Abe gets abey-baby, big boy, big fella, handsome, bighead, inside-out ears, boof, dingbat, dill, get off my foot

    Great thread this, good laughs to be had

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    LOL Dhru...'get of my foot' is the universal nick name for all big dogs methinks. Bronx has nearly broken my toes a few times now.


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    Ok this isn't what I call my dog, but what I've named a cue/command...

    I've been teaching her "licky" and not-licky - the cue for which I named after my brother - cos he hates her licking him. Mum said - after successfully using the word quite a bit tonight to stop evil hound sliming her... that having that cue with the same name as him, might lead to confusion... Thinking of redoing the cue to "Ban" instead. But we (mum and I) both kept using my brother's name... oops.

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    Hyacinth - bugger the confusion, use your bro's name, could make for some pretty funny family gatherings after a beer or three

    Sean - He planted BOTH his front feet on one of mine yesterday. If I'd tried to move I would have fallen over...
    Last edited by dhru; 08-06-2013 at 06:12 AM.

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