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

I remember you saying that...love that name! And what was the other one you knew of...Circuit?

I don't know that name. Sorry!
I'm already planning...if I decide on a girl for the next one, she'll be named "Karma". It's due.

That's a good name. I know a Karma and she's a really nice dog.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
Hmmm.. "Bolt."

Not a good "obedience dog" name!!

But it is! "Bolt" is better than "Perfect" or "300". Names like that just tempt the gods.
The best Border Collie name I've run across in agility has been taken: Crash. I love that name.

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

Oh, I LOVE that one!
Harry is from an 'H' litter. In addition to being a hairy dog in comparison. I kind of had Harry Potter in mind as well. However, my boy is becoming more of a Dirty Harry Callahan type :-0

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I remember you saying that...love that name! And what was the other one you knew of...Circuit?

I don't know that name. Sorry!

Okay...I'm trying to remember, seems the litter theme was electricity or something like that? I must've forgotten the correct name...

One of the instructors around here has a Malinois with one of the all-time great, but weird/funny names: Skillet. It fits her. :-)
Shelly & The Boys
But anyway, some letters just don't work that well for naming (" ... and these are Xylophone and Xerxes ... ").

The best workaround I've seen for that problem involved using names that started with ex- and then dropping the initial e. That generates some very good ones to choose from; for instance, X-citing, X-quisite, X-hiliaration, X-uberant...
Dianne
The best workaround I've seen for that problem involved using names that started with ex- and then dropping the initial e. That generates some very good ones to choose from; for instance, X-citing, X-quisite, X-hiliaration, X-uberant...

Oh! Then there's a place for my favorites, X-hausted and X-asperated.

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I'm just not that brave. Havoc is bad enough.
Still need an ILP name for Jenna. Any ideas? She's a split faced tri rough coat, tough as nails, likes to use her teeth as 12 of my t-shirts will bear testament to. I draw a complete blank when I try to come up with a good agility name for her.
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It does. She also took a lot of grief for the name of her *** JRT, #3.
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