- New dog naming help
So after Terry’s passing Dave needs a pal and she’s coming on Tuesday (hopefully) but we’re in the Scottish Borders land of the glottal stop. So Dottie (name now) becomes Do’ee.
So suggestions? Mrs 100th has been saying names at me for days non of which work imho.Posted 2 weeks agotuboflardSubscriber
Not sure if these are transferable as were developed specifically for cats
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Nicely topical for Valentine’s Day though.Posted 2 weeks agoMing the MercilessSubscriber
Drax is already used I’m afraid (and yes he is the Destroyer)
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Why rename at all?
Good practice just on the off-chance that the intonation of the name induces a previously learned bad behaviour. The previous Dalmatian was Harper when he came to us and was renamed Huxley as he had a biting problem (humans, dogs, fluffy animals, poultry. . .)
It helps make the dog more ‘yours’.Posted 2 weeks ago
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