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preyer
08-10-2006, 08:12 AM
i have two shih tzus. the female is brandy. her puppy is bandit, and i may have named him wrong. maybe his name should have been:

1) biohazard

2) spongebrain furtongue

3) humper

4) he who sits on head while you nap on couch

5) whizzer

6) bladderboy

7) maximus circus flea-acus

8) spoiled rotten little sh*thead (this is what we normally call him anyway)

9) boog (because he's such a little booger)

10) yappy

My-Immortal
08-10-2006, 08:15 AM
Did Brandy breed with a bulldog?

(yes, I know <groan>)

:)

dclary
08-10-2006, 01:35 PM
The Clary Home Anti-Rodent Defense Force consists of the following members:

Interior Defense
Alley McCat (AKA The Climber of Mt. Lclary)
Scat the Cat (AKA Mr. Bad Attitude)
Booger (AKA The 'Tard Cat)

Exterior Defense
Cap'n Bear E. Clary (Bear, to his friends; Studly to the ladies)
his sidekick: Scooter, the Wonderdog (AKA Gimpy)
Taz, the Devil Dog of Yorkshire (AKA Bootbait)

Roaming Perimeter Defense
Snaky McSnake Snake
Owly McOwl Owl
Mrs. Owly McOwl Owl

LeftUnsaid
08-10-2006, 05:09 PM
I call my dog "puppy" as you can't go wrong with that. Simplicity is the key to life, sometimes.

TsukiRyoko
08-10-2006, 05:14 PM
My dog, Sara, is bright orange. This alone has given her a wide range of nicknames.

-Big Red (or just Red)
-The wild red dingo
-Blaze
-Irish Mary
-Scab

Some of her other names are
-Dumbass
-Loud mouth
-Whydoyouonlyattackthegasmansarah
-Garbage disposal
-Whiner
-Madam Sleeps-a-lot
-Milkhound


...I love that damned dog. <3


Our cat, Kibston, goes by
-Kibby
-Fling
-Dumbass
-The Kibs
-Puss in boots

We also have a a cat that's blind in one eye (it's really cool looking, and she fits in well with my friends)
-Ying yang
-Freaky
-Nodon'tdothat Kitty

Project nachonaco
08-10-2006, 06:03 PM
Fluff Daddy's nicknames -

FD
F. Diddy
Fluffy
Curlybutt (don't ask)
Stupid (in the good way :) )
Dummyhead (again, in the good way)
Broken Security Alarm (barks at the wrong times)

Cath
08-10-2006, 06:09 PM
No dogs, but I have a hundred names for my four cats. Scary thing is - they answer to all of them! (even if it's "Oy, cat")

aadams73
08-10-2006, 06:38 PM
Oh I love giving my dog new names and making up little songs to go with them.

In no particular order:

Millie(her real name)
Millie Pants
Millie Schmillie
Millie Monster
Princess
Pretty Princess
Daddy's Little Princess
Princess Millie
Puppy Wuppy Schmuppy
Fluffy Bum
McPuppy
McFluppy
Thief-a-spaniel(she's a springer spaniel)
Queen of All She Surveys
Dogg-o
Huggle Wumpkins.

Yes, my husband and I are very lame.

MidnightMuse
08-10-2006, 06:49 PM
Okay, I admit it. My two current cats (brothers) are Rumor and Secret.

AKA

The Cabana Boys
RuRu
SeeSee
Flubber-butt
The Flipster
Seeker
Numb-nuts
Nipples
Show-off
Roomy-Loo
Dingle-berry dipwad.

It's a wonder they put up with me.

WerenCole
08-10-2006, 07:36 PM
I am a little strange. . . . sometimes I don't actually have names for my dog, since we communicate telepathicly, names become a little redundant. Though, I do often call her hun or dear, just like every other endearing female in my life. Though, I do sometimes call her Honey or Bunches (though rarely Honey Bunches) because, well, she is just a Honey Bunches of Oats. . . .


okay, I'm pathetic.

jvc
08-10-2006, 07:41 PM
I used to have a dog and we called it Pat (as in Pat the dog).

dobiwon
08-10-2006, 08:06 PM
We have one cat (and feed numerous other neighborhood ones). I call them all the same name: Damkat

Inkdaub
08-10-2006, 10:15 PM
My dog's name is Dashiell but I have been known to refer to him as the following...

Puppy
Handsome
Jason Bourne
Pirhana when he was younger but not so much anymore
Cornbeef Kinish
Fong
Boy

Jaycinth
08-10-2006, 10:32 PM
My dog is a cat. He chases squirrels. He chases bikes. He chases rabbits. He likes to ride in the car.(We don't let the window down, though) He chases people.

His name is Clyde James, although I call him 'Stoopid Dawg' half the time.

Cath
08-10-2006, 11:29 PM
Jay - I have a cat who thinks he's a dog (he walks to heel and howls at strangers) - d'you think they got mixed up somewhere?

Soccer Mom
08-11-2006, 12:03 AM
All my animals have nicknames, but the ones that stick out belong to Chloe:

AKA: The Puma
Psycho Kitty
Miss Sheds-a-lot
@*&^$%$!!!!!

CATastrophe
08-11-2006, 08:30 AM
I think most pet lovers are like this.:tongue

It's interesting to see all the odd names people have for their pets.

I had a dog whose name was Kori. I called her Kori ander dander flander flinder flakes.

My cats have additional names, too.

Elmer Schmelmer or Mommy's Good Boy
Frankie Blue Eyes or Frankers
Aja is often called Sweet Pea or Pudge-wah
Cally Wally or Little Dipper
Molly Lolly

Guess I like rhymes. :)

CATastrophe
08-11-2006, 08:32 AM
Do you all sing-song when you call their silly names, too? :ROFL:

writerterri
08-11-2006, 11:06 AM
Oh, all right I'll put them up again.

I have a cat named Pumpkin at least that's what her first shots record says, but she lost that name a long time ago. We lived under a flight path and when the planes would go over her eyes would go wide and her ears would go back. I said she looks like a monkey face, so I started calling her Monkeyface.

AKA

Fat Sausage
My Cat
Fatso

We have a game we play when she throws herself on the floor and shows me her belly.

I say: Who's pretty--my kitty. Who's fat--my cat. Then I ask her if she wants her nip so she can get loaded. She pops up and I have to get up and get it for her.

The look on her face--priceless

TsukiRyoko
08-11-2006, 11:15 AM
That sounds so cute.

The only game I can play with stubborn Kibby is what I like to call the "milk splash". Everytime I open the fridge, he races from wherever he is into the kitchen. Then, he whines and rubs against legs and trips people until someone dumps milk onto the floor.

Our cat doesn't have to beg for his catnip. I get bored and throw his the entire baggie (fresh catnip, too) and he goes nuts. It hilarious. Last time we gave him the catnip, we came home and found him on top of the ceiling fan's propellor.

DeborahM
08-11-2006, 01:49 PM
I love that ad for Nyquil, where the woman sneezes, you see the startled cat jump and the last shot is the cat on the fan blades! Makes me howl every time! I'm so easily amused! :ROFL:

Mr. Lucky also answers to:

Lucky Ducky
Mama's little pumpkin flower
DC
FDC
Snookums
Jungle Kitty

I once had a friend that called his cat: Catbox and when he wanted the cat in the house to go to bed, he'd walk out the back door and yell: "Catbox!" and the cat would come.

writerterri
08-11-2006, 10:25 PM
Notice that this thread started out for dogs and now it's all about cats?

Cause Dogs droole!

TsukiRyoko
08-12-2006, 05:28 AM
Cause Dogs droole! 0.0 Take it back! lol

Dogs are awesome, they just don't like the spotlight as much as cats do. Kibby gets more attention than anyone or anything else in the house, because he knows how to be a star. :D

Serenity
08-12-2006, 04:31 PM
Well, I'll start out with my mom's dog. Her name is Shelby. aka Psycho Puppy and, according to my dad That Damn Dog (although he loves her to death, just won't admit it.) Psycho Puppy comes from a time early on in Shelby's life when she-- for absolutely no reason at all-- would just start running like crazy from the kitchen to the living room, growling and barking.

Then again, this was also the dog that when she was around 3 months old or so came into the living room, lay down on the carpet, turned her head to look right at me, lifted her butt (just her butt, not her whole body), and proceeded to pee on the carpet.

My one cat I call Miss Priss (real name, Hannah) because she will lay down and get all settled then cross her front paws and look all lady-like. You can uncross them, she'll glare at you, then cross them back again.