names for dogs

United States
February 3, 2007 8:49am CST
What names do nyou think is good dog names, such as Pee wee for a small dog and hugo for a big one?
4 responses
@Trace86 (5033)
• United States
12 Feb 07
I think you have to actually meet the animal before you can pick a suitable name. You need to take into account coloring, gender, size, and personality. The only dogs I have known have fit their names. A schnauzer named Mitzi, a little dog like the one in Wizard of Oz named Toto, several boxers named KatieMae, Nellie, and Sydney Star. It is just like naming a child. You won't know his/her name until you meet him/her.
@chellicks (904)
• Philippines
3 Feb 07
i've had dogs named max and buster. but i think the best name is boris
@AmbiePam (50110)
• United States
3 Feb 07
I just go by what I think they look like. The only female dog I ever had, I named Little Booger. She was a small dog, and quite a lady, but she was such a little booger. I also named my "Taco Bell" dog Leno, and I have no idea why. He just looked like a Leno. The one big dog I had was milky white, but kinda of dark in coloring, so I named him White Chocolate. I do, however, try to think of a name I wouldn't be ashamed to call out for in the neighborhood if my dog ever got loose!
@CRiley27 (984)
• United States
3 Feb 07
We once had a big dog named Bob! We now have a cubby pug named Rocky. For a small dog Tiny is cute. For a big dog, you have Butch. For a stupid dog, Meathead. LOL