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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by RCP, Feb 24, 2010.
She's pretty. I don't know why, but the name Layla popped into my head when I saw her.
Looks like a Cocoa
daisy, cleo, jasmin
I go with car parts for the pets. My dog Spark Plug (Plugger) was the top dog for me. Flywheel (Fly) was a close second, and Camshaft (Cam) is a close third. Now, the wife's dog, Mayday (Mayzie)--she ain't on the chart yet...<g>
Hunting dogs need a short, brisk, Anglo-Saxon name that you can shout easily and they can hear clearly. My hunting dogs were KC, Loucan (Luke), Beau, Babe, Bob and the short-lived but useless "Fireball" (got him 'used' and already named). Short, succinct, easy to yell.
Can't help with the name -
But TAKE lots of pictures while she is a pup -
We were just looking at some photos - came across a few from when our golden was a pup - she went from a puppy to a dog too fast - and we only had a few photos of when her as a pup.
beautiful animal, but we need more pics to help decide a name
Ladybird -- from King Of The Hill
your puppy looks like a Margaret
We have a Weimaraner/Choc Lab mix,........she was named after George Burns wife, Gracie.
BB King was playing when I read this, Lucille,....would be my pick.
It's the name of his Gibson 355,......(fixed it)(again)
This, only Margo.
Their traditionally supposed to have a name that has to due with death, ghosts, creepy things due to their gray color. I vote for Spooky.
Needs to be a Germanic name - Ostara - the Germanic Goddess of Spring.
I like to name my dogs something classic.
Layla popped in my head but someone else already mentioned...I also like Lia or Elle
Misty (based on grey color post above)
Personally, I am a big fan of two syllable names with a "hard" first syllable.
As in Hepburn!