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    Whats the funniest dog name you heard?

    What is the funniest dog name you ever heard? I have heard spatula. I have heard walmart. Someone must really love Walmart lol. I guess if people really loves their pets they are entitled to name their dog anything they wish? I havent named my puppy yet but I was going to name her President Bush as a political joke.

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    I don't know if it's the funniest name, but it certainly made me laugh, as I'm sure it would many if they could see the dog, but I met a dog named "Twiggy" and he was a brown colored whippet. I sweat if he ever climed a tree you would never find him. Someone a while back mentioned they were going to name their whippet "Devo". I think that's pretty funny too.

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    I know someone who named their cat Baby Cat Cat. And called it by their full name always.

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    when naming animals after a famous person i was told that you have to have their permission to do so.....it's like using something that someone else has written and copyrighted.....there are legalities involved; or so i was told.....and that goes for characters in books (Winnie the Pooh, Huck Finn, etc.....now of course, if the dog ain't registered under that name i guess no one would know....

    the funniest name that i ever heard was a Basset named Herkimer.....and there is a story behind this dog.....when i lived in CO i found a Basset that looked like he had been traveling quite a bit (real short nails, thin paw pads, real skinny, filthy, etc) and i remembered there having been an ad in the paper about a lost Basset from Denver (60 m from me).....the ad had run for about 6 wks and was at least 3-4 wks back but my neighbor (luckily) was a pack-rat and had papers from the past yr......so i went and found the ad and got the name of the dog, etc and b/4 making the call i tried the name.....after going thru all sorts of names i tried Herkimer....and he came running....so i called the people, the man said he doubted it was the same dog but he described him and he fit this boy to the letter (right down tho the freckles on his nose.....i convinced him to come take a look-see and when he got there i never saw a dog try to get away from some one so hard in my life.....he said it wasn't the dog, tho....and left......what it was is they were watching this Basset for the wifes brother while he and his family were over seas for 6-12 mo (military) and i think the man got tired of it and ditched the dog, then had to make it look good by running the ad.....but that was def the right dog....but he went to a better home w/ a friends uncle

    but, yeah, Herkimer....
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    I know a few registered name that are funny.
    Here is an example
    Debbie Does Ducks
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    The funniest name I heard was pronounced Dee-oh-gee. In other words D-O-G. The funniest thing was nobody got it and I was in the vets office. The receptionist said "can you spell that?".

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    the name itself wasn;'t funny, it was the dog/name combination. A Yorkie named Rambo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paisley View Post
    The funniest name I heard was pronounced Dee-oh-gee. In other words D-O-G. The funniest thing was nobody got it and I was in the vets office. The receptionist said "can you spell that?".
    i've known 2 w/ that name and they were spelt DIOGE and DEOGE.....
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    A couple I have heard are Stink Butt and Itty Bitty.

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    A co-worker has a Rottwieler named Poopy-Pants, they sometimes call him Poopy for short.

    My dad had beagles by the names of Whiskey and Puke

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    a friend has a little timid welch corgi named Moose. every time she talked about him it always sounded like she has a moose instead of a dog. i guess this is not as funny as it was confusing....

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    Not a dog, but I have a cat named "Poo Poo"
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    Funniest dog name I heard

    I have heard Doge'

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    I know a few that are great first name-last name combinations, but I doubt these people would like having their names plastered on the internet.

    As for D-O-G, it's pretty common. Clever the first time you hear it, but eventually it becomes as cliched as a Chocolate Lab named Mocha, a Chihuahua named Chico or a Dachshund named Oscar (as in Oscar Meyer Weiner).

    Working in a vet's office, you pretty much have to ask everyone to spell their pets' names, even, sometimes especially, common ones. A name could be Paulie or Polly. Max or Macks. Casey, Kasey or KC. Bailey, Bayley, Baylee, Bailee, Baly, etc.

    Same goes for last names. I feel like an idiot asking someone to spell "Jones," but the one time I don't, I know it's going to be someone whose last name is "Joans."

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    ok. I don't know if this is the absolute funniest, but when I was considerably younger, I had 2 separate occasions. I had a purebred chocolate lab named "Chicken", because he was afraid of EVERYTHING, & Everyone. If someone came to visit, he would run & hide under the bed & then growl & bark.

    When I was in my teens, my mother bought me a purebred rough collie. His registered name was Kitt Pro, but he was referred to as "Kitty", because whenever my mom would call the kitten, the collie would come tearing into the room---and he was a whopping 110 pounds at the age of 2. He was a huge collie, so you can imagine this huge dog coming to the name of "Kitty."


    Now, I have a 4 year old Male Standard Poodle named Demon (my son named him when my son was 8, and he liked the name Demon from the movie Snow Dogs)

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    My first kitty that I got when I was 4, I named Furry Cat. Poor kitty! I don't even remember if it was a girl or boy! But yeah, he/she was just a normal kitten and was orange and white striped. I have not idea why I named it that too. But sadly we had to get rid of him/her. Once again I really don't remember, but we didn't have it long.
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    I think the funniest name I've heard for a dog is "Corndog", but I can't remember who it was who named their dog that. I also affectionately call Daisy "Chewbaca" or "Chewie" sometimes. I could swear sometimes that girl was put on this earth to carry out some schemed and plotted revenge against dog toys! LOL

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    Talking Funny Dog Name

    The funnist dog name i herd was catygobbelmoo caty-gobble-moo!!!

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    The funniest Dog Name I've heard was " Cheese-Ball" And the dog was black!!!

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    Re: Whats the funniest dog name you heard?

    My dads friend has a cocker spaniel named s**thead.
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