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A rainy day question. Do you use nicknames for your dogs?


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Gracie or: Gracie Mack, Grace, Miss Mack

 

Oliver or: Ollie, Toats McGoats, Toads McGoats, Mr. McGoats, Bub, Pal, 💩 boy

 

There are, of course, 4 letter words and their derivatives that are used only ever so often.

 

They always know who we are talking to.

 

Do your pups have nicknames that they respond to?

 

McGoats n Mack

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This little girls name is Dixie, I got her from Maurice Lindley in S.C., one of my better dog buying decisions.  When she was young, say 1-3 years old she would not pass up the opportunity to wrestle

Dot, Dottie and DoeTroe... and some other things when she's out at 700 yards and going!     Ellie, Ellie Mae Clampett, Ellard May and Elton John (when she's been a ROCK STAR!).

Fletcher...my 5 year old granddaughter calls him "Fletchie", the rest of us often call him "Fletch", and a former UJ'er friend calls him "Dug".  I use plenty of other names for him at times, but none

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Dot, Dottie and DoeTroe... and some other things when she's out at 700 yards and going!

 

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Ellie, Ellie Mae Clampett, Ellard May and Elton John (when she's been a ROCK STAR!).

 

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Belle:  Belley, Pussy Cat (as in the song "what's up pussycat" cuz she often has a what's up look on her face), Lil' bits (she's a little setter) and QUIT EATING MY GRASS!!!!!!  She has a lemongrass addiction.  Worse than cats and catnip.

 

B:  B is actually short for her real name Beastie, Beebus, Beebs, and Da Bombdiggity when she is awesome.

 

Belle hasn't reached total Bombdiggity status but she is working on it.  She has been working on that and getting closer and closer every hunt.  

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Millie....(You little Sh**.)

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Captain:

Cap,Cappy, Bud,Buddy,Big Man

 

Machias:

Chi (wife), Match, Little Girl, Chiclet, Chick

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Remi: I've always called my favorite female dogs "sister" when talking to them. She's earned this honor. The boys call her Remi the Wonder Dog when she's after a cripple.

 

 Storm:  We have affectionately dubbed her " Carol Baskin" of Tiger King fame.  Because when something is torn up or a mess and I ask my Wife who-dun-it?  Her answer is " That b***h"....

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Dogless right now but yes they always did and will always have em..

 

Jazz was Jazzie Bear, Bear, Big Dog vs her compatriot below 

 

Java was mainly babies since she was a real baby and major cuddlebug though Java Bean and Beans were on the list.

 

Collectively they we called Doggie Doos and responded.

 

Yes we are an odd lot 🤠

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Rocky

Rock

Rockstar

Bubby

Bud

Wife calls him BooBoo or “Your little prince” when he’s bad!

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Fletcher...my 5 year old granddaughter calls him "Fletchie", the rest of us often call him "Fletch", and a former UJ'er friend calls him "Dug".  I use plenty of other names for him at times, but none of which I can repeat here. 

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My Tucker was ‘buddy’, Toni calls Max ‘Doodaddy’

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All my dogs have been called...bonehead at some point in their lives. Some called that a lot.

 

And all my dogs have had a longer name shortened to a one syllable call name. Like Birchwood Bark to Birch.

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Emile, 45lb male setter, responds fully to "emilio," "meals," "dog," "buddy/bud"

Aoifa (pr. EEE-fuh), 37lb female setter, responds to "EEF," "little girl," "dog," "b**ch," "f**ko," "YOU"

 

You can tell which one is hard-headed and which is super obedient. 

 

My wife named them. 

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Lily=Little butt

Sofia= Big dog

Lena=My little girl, my wife calls her the Pretty Princess.

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