_CoffeeNoCream_ 54F
6527 posts
8/16/2005 3:17 am

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Yessssssssss we did it !!!

I bought a cute little English Cocker Spaniel.
He is 4 weeks old now, so we will have to wait another month before we can take him home.

Any suggestions for a name ?
short names please.

Liefs C {=}

spikeryder 51M

8/16/2005 3:53 am

JOE as in Joe Cocker the English rock/blues singer.

TheDodger8 46M

8/16/2005 4:38 am

Fenway. I just like that name.

papyrina 52F
21133 posts
8/16/2005 5:15 am

they are wonderful warm,friendly animals but training them from pups is difficult as there so playful,weel done a wonderful addition to your home

I'm a

i'm here to stay

keithcancook 61M
17930 posts
8/16/2005 5:33 am

I had a great dog when I was 15. She was a stray and I convinced my folks to keep her. I called her Ralph. She was smart and loyal too. I miss Ralph.

Muffinman_neal 53M
56 posts
8/16/2005 5:36 am

Joking name First, how about Dick. A real name, hmmm, perhaps the puppy will show his true colors after you have him home and then you will know.

ANewLevel4Us 39M/38F

8/16/2005 5:59 am

For a dog like that, I would probably lean towards a sophisticated name. Something formal. This is where I usually would insert some suggestions, but my brain is not functioning at a high capacity this morning.


8/16/2005 6:34 am

A couple of names you might use are: Whiskey, Hunter, or Morgan. Maybe even Cocoa. For me its hard to name an animal til I spend some time checking out its personality. Good luck with your new puppy.

ByteChaser2 54M

8/16/2005 7:42 am

I had a Cocker Spaniel a while back (oh man... like 20 years ago...). Named him Teal - after a species of duck that the dog was supposedly to retrieve... Not that I'd ever hunted duck or had a clue how to train a dog to fetch one...

Dad had a Brittany Spaniel when he was a teen. Butch I think he called him. Only ever saw pictures, Butch has long ago gone to dog heaven...

Whatever you decide on for a name, I'm sure it will fit to a T

They are cute, joy filled things though. Good on ya CnC!

Priapeo 47M

8/16/2005 9:17 am

I would suggest Priapeo, but are you able to pronounce that?

Never argue with an idiot. He brings you down to his level then beats you with experience

rm_Lovepack1000 47M

8/16/2005 9:18 am

Mrs. Coffee or Mr. Cream

raptor880 40M

8/16/2005 10:20 am


Nubiandream004 56M

8/16/2005 1:28 pm


leyndokona2 50F

8/16/2005 3:27 pm

Already gave you my suggestion .

Another suggestion is Snati, most popular dog name in Iceland in ages. Doesn't fit the requirements you mentioned yesterday though.....

rm_jayR63 60F
1884 posts
8/16/2005 5:57 pm

You should be able to take him home at six weeks.
Name him Hairy Linguine but call him Claude

rm_jayR63 60F
1884 posts
8/16/2005 5:57 pm

Or James.
James is classy

rm_1hotwahine 64F
21091 posts
8/17/2005 2:20 am

oh, I most definitely must agree with the Joe suggestion.

Yeah, I'm still [blog 1hotwahine]

ANewLevel4Us 39M/38F

8/17/2005 6:15 am

I like the Morgan and Joe suggestions. Hubby said "Luke". Or you could call him Bob LOL. Thats simple

HedonySnicket 53M
31 posts
8/18/2005 9:32 am

Sunny, as I am sure he will brighten up your day!

TheNextKid 34M

8/21/2005 6:31 am

Rex or Louise, names can be original and european.

Dayplay2005 59M
126 posts
8/23/2005 8:40 pm


dutchpete 55M
563 posts
8/31/2005 1:31 am

Congratulations my dearest Coffee, a companion for years you will have, one who will be (almost) happy to see you when you come back in at home.
So just one week to recover and the new family member appears (remember first 8 weeks in a dogs life are most important, all good and bad things learned there he/she will not forget ever !!!)

A name to suggest. Build it upon character (seen him/her already during this week ? and what you want it to be. And as you are only 25% of the voting part guess there should be strong arguments to make it yrs.

And if you want some handling advise, give me a shout (have been training dogs since age 16 for multi purposes).

dutchpete 55M
563 posts
9/8/2005 3:06 am

Might be at the cutting edge, though name with a P to start > Pancho which is half the name of Don Quichot's helper. Always wise, never gets into trouble, helper of his master and faithfull.

rm__AnyGirl_ 52F
246 posts
9/21/2005 2:37 am

call him whatyou will...just not too loudly

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