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    New shop Dog

    We were not sure that we wanted another dog after Razz passed away but when we met this little guy it was an instant bond.
    He is a rescue puppy from Puppy Angels in Warner, NH.
    He is a German Shepard / Lab cross and has more energy than I do.

    Trying to come up with a name for him is proving difficult. Any ideas??

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    Congrats on the new pup Bob He's a good lookin' guy. As for a name, since he is a shop dog, maybe "Dusty"

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    Good looking pup, how about woody?

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    Looks like a great dog!

    Names.....

    Dado

    Fiddleback

    Mape

    Collet

    Snipe

    Rip

    Kerf

    Curly

    Bark

    Rabbet

    Bench

    Janka

    Mortise

    Muntin

    Pith

    Tenon
    .......

    Next.....
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    how bout wally, some colors of walnut in him.

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    Part Lab/Part Shepard. Sounds like a good combination to me.
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    LOML named our first rescue dog waif.
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    how about bob something easy to remeber and has anice ring to it
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    Just to mess with peoples minds the individually pronounced letters D o g. You'd be amazed how many people comment on that's an interesting name never realizing the name is Dog. Then you can keep the chuckle to your self or share it with the person.
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    The best advice on dog names comes from a friend we used to have...

    "Whatever name you pick, make sure you FIRST practise yelling it out the back door..."

    (They had unfortunately named their dog "Romeo", and what a mistake that was...)
    There's usually more than one way to do it...
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