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Sirius has always been my favourite HP character, and there's

a nice audible pun in the name, because I haven't yet actually met a serious flatcoat. I know of a cute bright sable smooth collie girl who sports the name of "Ch Sunbriar The Golden Snitch." I love that name.
Chris and her smoothies
Pablo and Lucy The Golden
Sirius gave Harry a Nimbus 2000 - not that it fits exactly, but "Nimbus" would be a neat call name.
Or "Nim." I'm not even close to being a Harry Potter fan, but that's a cute name.

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Sirius gave Harry a Nimbus 2000 - not that it fits exactly, but "Nimbus" would be a neat call name.

That is a cute name, but even though I love the HP series, makes me think of other things.
First, and sadly, there's a dog that runs trials out here that is a biter named Nimbus
(black dog, for that matter).
Secondly, it makes me think of clouds! :-)
There is a breeder with Tervuren that named their litter "H" names all pertaining to HP, a friend of mine recently renamed her rescue Belgian "Seeker". She was fostering him, he went to one home & came back, then to another & came back she was really attached to him anyway, so she figured he was seeking her out all along. He's a sweet, sweet boy. Shelly & The Boys
There is a breeder with Tervuren that named their litter "H" names all pertaining to HP, a friend of mine recently renamed her rescue Belgian "Seeker".

A friend bought a very high-drive Malinois from a 'Y' litter. Yikes!

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
A friend bought a very high-drive Malinois from a 'Y' litter. Yikes!

That's a great, great name. Next weekend I'm picking up another dog from TWD's 'C' litter, and most of the names tend to cause people to say "Huh?" Cinder, for example (whose color is red sable), and her sister who I almost bought, Cedar. The dog I'm getting is "Crow," which works quite a bit better but is the first monosyllabic dog name I've had since "Max," the wire fox terrier we had when I was about 9 years old. But anyway, some letters just don't work that well for naming (" ... and these are Xylophone and Xerxes ... ").

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A friend bought a very high-drive Malinois from a 'Y' litter. Yikes!

That's a great, great name.

Yikes is going to be "registered" with the Agility Association of Canada as "Yikes!!" - I think that's the correct number of exlamation points.
Next weekend I'm picking up another dog from TWD's 'C' litter, and most of the names tend to cause people to say "Huh?"

Just don't ask "Dana P" for any 'C' litter name suggestions.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
Yikes is going to be "registered" with the Agility Association of Canada as "Yikes!!" - I think that's the correct number of exlamation points.

To be pronounced "Yikes Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang," I'm sure.

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Yikes is going to be "registered" with the Agility Association of Canada as "Yikes!!" - I think that's the correct number of exlamation points.

To be pronounced "Yikes Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang," I'm sure.

Heh. Not too many gate stewards understand bang path notation, though.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
Sirius gave Harry a Nimbus 2000 - not that it fits exactly, but "Nimbus" would be a neat call name.

Actually, Sirius gave Harry a Firebolt (how's that for a call name?), after his Nimbus 2000 was smashed by the Whomping Willow.

I don't think anyone mentioned that besides his code name "Snuffles", Sirius' nickname among his school friends was Padfoot. (Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot & Prongs).
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