Poll - what do I name my new dog?

Which puppy name do you prefer, or use "other" with comments below

  • Liam - I like this one, but my wife says it's a too-common boys name

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Buck - as in Buck Compton. No reason other than I like the name

    Votes: 7 36.8%
  • Mac - as in General "Nuts" McAuliffe - I like the idea here, but I don't like the actual name

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Patton - he's likely to be a tank

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Sherman - seeing a trend yet?

    Votes: 2 10.5%
  • Gunnar - norse, means fighter or warrior

    Votes: 2 10.5%
  • None of the above - see suggestion in text

    Votes: 8 42.1%

  • Total voters
    19

Hannety

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Robin.

You can then ride a tricycle around the garden wearing a batman outfit with the dog by your side (That's what my kid brother used to do years ago anyway).
 

Keeth101

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Spunky !

Meaning - courageous and determined in the USA ....................

But for goodness sake never bring it to Britain :eek-31: :eek-31: :eek-31: :biggrin:
 

Erich_H

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If you really want to go with the WWII theme, why not simply Nuts?

Could have several meanings...

Or, still in WWII, someone who was really good at hounding people: von dem Bach-Zelewski?

Being a Walking Dead aficionado, I could really go for Dog.

Maybe Cat would be better. Not much chance of several dogs coming to heel on that.

Pick your choice of my choice selection.

You're welcome!
 
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RichardC

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If you really want to go with the WWII theme, why not simply Nuts?

Could have several meanings...

Or, still in WWII, someone who was really good at hounding people: von dem Bach-Zelewski?

Being a Walking Dead aficionado, I could really go for Dog.

Maybe Cat would be better. Not much chance of several dogs coming to heel on that.

Pick your choice of my choice selection.

You're welcome!
In my country, WW2 dog names are best avoided.
 

Quadna71

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Picture yourself yelling the name loudly when calling the dog...and then think if those sounds are the kind that carry well. Like Liam for instance. Good name, but it doesn't sound like it would travel well when being yelled. No, not kidding...this can be very helpful depending upon the type of dog and propensity to run. My in-laws had a Niko and a Roko and Roko seemed easier to call since the sound is more natural when you yell. That being said, my Pit-Weimaraner that I had for 13 years was named Shelly...
 

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