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


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19 hours ago, TimJ said:

I call my dog 'Pup' all the time. To the point that people ask me how old my pup is and I have to explain that he is 7 years old and that I call him, and many other dogs, 'Pup' all the time. The name he responds to best is 'DOG!' That is like someone's mother using their middle name.

 

I actually have to call some of my sisters' dogs nicknames now because he has learned their names. I'm sure soon he will figure out that B-dog is Bella. 

Yes, I call all dogs but mine,pup. I was at a Hunt Test or Trial and said, "Hey there pup!" to what was clearly an older dog sniffing my pant leg. The owner went wild, telling me the age and proper size. This person and I were familiar to one another.

 

Just goes to prove that I can piss anyone off at anytime.

 

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