Dog names

skin_dog1

BBBC Members
Jan 2, 2004
10,496
Bowling Green, KY, USA.
most all my dogs have thought their name was "No" so I'm not too good at picking names. Good luck with the new pup, we've got a new english setter pup named molly. Shes about 14weeks now and quite a handful.
 

killer

12 pointer
May 7, 2004
2,370
"In that good way!"
Storm
Onyx
Remi
Sable
Velvet
Avery
Daisy
Lily
Hadley
Tess
Sadie
Misty
Nelli
Shaneequa
Moneequa
Tanisha
Yashia
Lateesha


Those are just a few. Good luck with the new pup, its awesome to watch'em grow up.
 
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mrdux

Guest
Something that is 1 syllable and doesn't sound like NO.

I agree with this. I bought my chocolate lab female when she was 10 months old from a field trial trainer. Of course he had long since named her, calling her Faith. I find that name doesn't sound like any discipline commands your pup should be learning ASAP. I figure I'm also unlikely to run into another dog in the field with that name.
 

lab

I'm not a people person.
Jul 18, 2003
5,845
just past the middle of nowhere
I wanted to name my chocolate female faith, but the wife was not wild about it. My intention was to find a one syllable name. When that didn't work, we went with Lily. Still short and sounds nothing like any commands that she is given.
 

ceg4uk

8 pointer
Oct 31, 2006
956
Sloughs WMA
My dog's name is Megha or "Meg" for short. Megha aptly desribes everything she does--from taking a dump to fetching a duck.
 


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