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Help me name my new pup

Discussion in 'Furred - Finned - Feathered' started by 619TOY, Aug 27, 2006.

  1. 619TOY

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    This is my new puppy. I get to pick her up in a week. I'm looking for input on naming her. At first I wanted a German name for her as she obviously is of German heritage (me too). I've been thinking about Elsa but I realy like her mom's name too, Jezzabel. Let me know what you can come up with:bounce: :bounce2: :bounce: :bounce2:
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    :D SHE already has a brother with that name and besides, it's a little too masculine. But thanks
     
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    Just remember to abide by the number one rule in dog naming, do not name her something that could possibly be your boss' child's name. :)

    What about Elsie or Uschi? Those are German right?
     
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    Hey what about Ladyhawk?
     
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    Yeah, Elsie is right there with Elsa but elsa sounds younger and softer. I don't know about Uschi, that sounds Japanese maybe if she was an Akita (another of my favorite dogs).
     
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    Schatzie - which means little sweet heart.
     
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    Eva, Eva Braunweiler.
     
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    My last two dogs have known German as well as English
     
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    Here are some more. I'm not limiting myself to German names, I just thought it would be appropriate.
    Isabelle
    Alexis (Lexi)
    Minna
    Rikka
    ????????
     
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    Because you can.
     
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    Hey dogs have feelings too.
     
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    Here's a few german names for a female dog:

    GITTA
    Gender: Feminine
    Usage: German
    German short form of BRIGITTE

    HEIDI
    Gender: Feminine
    Usage: German, English, Finnish

    MITZI
    Gender: Feminine
    Usage: German

    NINA
    Gender: Feminine
    Usage: Russian, English, German, French, Polish
    Other Scripts: Нина (Russian)
    Pronounced: NEE-na

    ODA (ODA MAE BROWN)
    Gender: Feminine
    Usage: German

    SASCHA
    Gender: Masculine & Feminine
    Usage: German

    SONJA
    Gender: Feminine
    Usage: German, Scandinavian, Finnish, Slovene
     
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    Two rules of dog naming. One, never give your dog a name you would be ashamed to yell out loud around the neighborhood. e.g. Sweetums, poopsie, toto.

    Two, never name a dog anything that will hurt your defense should the dog bite someone. e.g. Killer, Hitler, Psycho.

    I referred a dog bite case to a friend of mine. Pitbull (nipple) bite a little girl in the face. Neighbors dog. I told him to expect the call and told him not to forget to ask the dogs name (I knew it). After he talked with them I got a phone call from him.

    "THE F**KING PITBULL'S NAME IS PSYCHO!?!?!"

    He wrote "the pitbull Psycho" in the complaint about two dozen times. The case settled quickly.
     
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    So do I.............but not for my dog
     
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