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I am just curious how other beekeepers call their dogs, I mean by their name. Trying to find an appropriate name for my new dog puppy. :thumbsup:
 

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I call my dog all kinds of names. Some can even be metioned on a family forum. I call her bug, doomus (my slang for dumb aw well you get it), shadow, idjit, idiot and a bunch more that can't be mentioned. Her given name before my kid got tired of her was piper.
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Ps Tell us what you decide on.
 

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Maby queeny if it is a girl. From you posting thats probly how she will be treated, like royalty, mine is.
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Well, the obvious is "Sting". Of course that name is already taken, but hey, maybe your dog will turn out to be a rock star, too! At least in your eyes.
 

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call me old fashion named my horse honey lol
 

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My dogs Darcy and Skittles. My cats Thelma and Louise. My horses Easy style (easy) and Big streak of hot luck, (Luke) Like JohnBbeejohn I am old fashion.
 

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Fritz, Hans, Claus
 

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How about Beeb? Pronounce like beb.
For a male I would call it dronny.
 

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the list from present going backwards
Tuck (also known as Tuck Mangione or Tuck everlasting) airedale
Neosho (lab heeler mutt)
Ferdinand (airedale)
Mudd (airedale)
Cowdog (the best dog ever)terrier collie coyote mix
Early (wolf hybrid)
Peaches(shepard cross pound dog)
 

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Thanks for the input, I really enjoy it. Skep, yeah that'll be funny. It is a male. A hunting dog, bigger in size.

My former dog names were: Corrie (Netherland for: heart), Rusty, Mindy, Sam, Jack, Firn, Crisscross and Crash.
 

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Then call him Pointy like the bee sting. Ouchie!
 

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I have a friend who named his Yorkshire "Herkules". Since he is so small people don´t see him outdoors.
When my friend calls his name people are frozen with fear thinking a Rottweiler is coming and then this small dog appears around the corner....very nice.

Mine are Sam and Mickey but Mickey I call "Knödel". He is not fat but looks like that.
 

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I give my dogs old-fashioned people names. Chester, Roscoe, Nellie. But I'm thinking of going a different route next time since I like birddogs. How about 'Goose' or Gans for a retriever?
 
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