Ok Steve have you found your new dog,s name yet or did I miss it? Scott
Somehow nothing so far made me say, "Yes, that's it!" So for now she's still just Puppy.
They pretty much answer to anything..especially if there's food, a tennis ball or a car ride involved. Sometimes I think our dog thinks her name is "HEY!"..
I think she looks like an Oreo cookie! And I am sure she is sweet!!
We had a friend who was a rescue dog lady who took in a little Jack Russell terrier, she named him Oreo. A short time after that we dog sat Oreo for a couple of weeks, and I didn't think his name befitted him so I called him Fritzie. For years after when we would visit her. I would walk in her door and call out for him "hey Fritzie" he would come running and jump into my arms delivering a fusillade of kisses. She never called him Fritzie, so I guess it was our special name, that he never forgot.
I guess the moral to the story is, no matter what you call your pooch love is all that matters.
Amen John! Too bad all humans can't display the same unconditional love to each other as does a dog does to humans. We should all take a lesson from them.
I didn't see the original thread on this subject, so if I am repeating the obvious here, please forgive me!
I should think - given Steve's love for the Model T - that "Lizzie" would be the PERFECT name for his puppy. Or did someone already suggest that?
Not sure if anyone has offered these 2. "Fronty" or "Rajo" If your dog is busy and fast use Rajo it if really busy and very fast Fronty.
If she's gonna ride your cars ''shotgun'' would be good...lol
Since she is Steve's dog I think we should call her Mrs Thrifty.
I had an uncle that named his cat and dog, Damm Cat, Damm, Dog. When I was a kid I would hear him say come on damm dog, Time to come in the house.
I once had a cat named "Dammit". "Come here Dammit!", it never did. Had a mind of its own.
Well Steve I think you need to name her "30 weight". Because these threads about your dogs name are getting just about as long as any of the oil threads that are posted!
Jack, that's the problem with cats. They don't listen. Or at least don't care what you're saying!
Preface anything you say to your cat with there is a dog behind you......
I answer to that every time I hear it ...
Steve, my wife's uncle had an old dog named "Booger". I like that, just seemed to fit. Another option if you don't like Booger was used in a John Wayne movie for his dog. The dog he had in the movie was his 6th dog so the dog's name was "Number 6". I like that one too.
Tim Wrenn, the only trouble is if we followed the dog's lead we would have to sniff each others hinneys to make sure of who we are!.