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I'm going to pick up my new MALE puppy on Saturday! I was thinking I'd be picking out a female puppy, but there are none available anywhere. There is a male I'm very interested in and am going to get to see and bring him home on Saturday. I need to name this little guy a name appropriate for a gun toting, clay shooting, duck hunting lady! ;) ;)
 

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He's a pomeranian.....Going to look like a little fox! Not ready for another Lab just yet, the last one ripped my heart out when I had to put her to sleep.
 

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"There is a male... I need to name this little guy a name appropriate for a gun toting, clay shooting, duck hunting lady!"

From the sound of this, maybe something like 'faggie boy' ???
 

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Foggy....The last Pom I had looked just like the 4th one you posted. (NOT that rooster headed one!...must be one of your kin??) What a sweetheart of a dog she was! I went back to the Pom because of my 70 lb Lab having hind leg/hip problems and me having to get her up and down 10 stairs to go out. I live in a raised hexagon log home. We aren't getting any younger!! ;) This new one is a parti....black/brown/orange and cream. Can't wait to see him! Still looking for the perfect name.
 

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"Bait" or "chum" are available and good name for a "d-o-g" that was designed by nature to be dragged in the wake of a slow moving boat in search of large trash fish such as Hammerhead sharks..

Now if was a "d-a-w-g" that would be a different matter.

Just kidding don't take it to heart. My wife once owned a Yorkie. Had to forever watch where I stepped. Named him Jasper. Why? I don't know it was HER dog. He died and she went the other way 109# and growing Olde English Bulldogge. I love it to death but had to give up a lot of freedom to have it around. We like to go someplace on a moments notice. We can't do things like that anymore.

You can always stick him in a shell carrier or tote and transport him for a while anyway.LOL

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I second Boots' suggestion of Gunner. I have an 18 mo. old German Shepherd by that name, but we use the german spelling of Gunnar.
 

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I like "Sabre", don't know why, just do. Sounds manly too, I think. Had a german shepherd by that name years ago. Now have a toy Yorkie, "Spirit" and he is my best friend. (Sabre is pronounced Saber)..

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I used to compete in retriever field trials. The dogs must be AKC registered retrievers (Labs, Chesapeakes, Goldens, Flat Coats, Curly Coats, or American Water Spaniels), and have a registered name that goes in the programs, and a call name the handler uses when s/he releases the dog to pick up a mark. My last one was a black lab male with a registered name Casino Barroom Bouncer and call name Bounce. I thought once about getting another male pup about the time of the OJ Simpson trial, but I didn't. I was going to name him "OJ Did It" and use the call name "Killer".
 

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"CARPY" Short for Carpenter a proud name in the dog world. Will remind you of all the little jobs he will do around the house. mmmmmm I do date a Carpenter!
 
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