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


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Sheldrake

Chocolate lab named L.B.(Little Brown) we call him "Elbie". Sometimes "Bert" after Englebert Humperdinck because he likes to hump his bed...........

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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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James Leroy Henrietta Hermanetta Gertrude Gonzales Habib Schamealstienn was a dove retrieving English Pointer.

 

Wendel Wayne Wynona Rider Judd was a GSP.

 

Scout gets called LBB as I got in trouble for calling him Little Black Bassturd in public.

 

Heck no my dawgs never nicknames

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Dave in Maine
On 9/2/2021 at 9:23 AM, Grifish said:

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

 

A useful skill to have.

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3 hours ago, Dave in Maine said:

A useful skill to have.

Only when applied on purpose, a skill which I lack.
 

Dogs, usually, like me.

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john mcg

Severe thunders storms on the way..Max and I like to sit on the porch or garage to watch and listen...."Storm Watcher".

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Jalinkly

Josie, Aka….

 

Jose

Josey girl

Baby

Baby girl

Ru Ru

 

More yet, I’m sure. 

 

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Craig Conroy

Our Labs mostly had "ster" added to the first syllable of their name, as in Mocha "Mochster", Boomer "Boomster" Shea "Sheaster" (I think it came from a "Saturday Night Live "sketch), but we didn't do it with Kira or Sloane.  Sloane does get called "Sloaney" from time to time.  I like a single syllable nickname that's easy to yell, though, just in case 😉.

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Don Steese
On 9/1/2021 at 1:26 PM, Ruger1 said:

Taser - A.K.A. Taser bin Laden :

 

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Ruger 1

I'd call that sharptail handsome!

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Windrider

Ranger to get his attention and put him in the right frame of mind to revive commands.


Puppy when he’s cute.

 

Poopy when he vexes me.  

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UplandHntr

I dont know if I would call it a nickname but "what the hell" works its way in there usually every day. I should probably get his collar tags changed.

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