Hi...everyone!!! It's nice to gather all dog lovers here in a circle of friendship! I have 2 dogs - a 4 years old male Rottweiler mixed named HAPPY (which i'm not sure who was the partner of his mom that makes him medium size) and recently get a female Dalmatian, who is now 2 months old. We have no idea what to name the female Dalmatian yet. Any idea???
Hiii...I'm working now, any open position in your company? Haha! My Rott is kinda freak out with this new comer...furthermore, it's a SHE!!! He left her alone now, only SHE bullies HIM. Hopefully they will get along, else it will be WAR!!!
Hello and welcome to the forum. Sorry am not much good with names. When I decided to buy my AST, I was in fact plagued by a headache everyday until one day, someone mentioned that he was a bubbly boy; hence BUBBLES !!!
You're most welcome! I kinda like Daisy myself, seems a very happy name for a dalmation plus it sounds good when you called them together "Happy!" "Daisy!" Come to mama!
My 3 furkids are Pepper, Lee Sha and Lee Ron. Pepper is so named because she's a salt and pepper colour and it so happens that her name suits her temperment exactly! She's the fiesty and dominant one (my little tomboy!)
Lee Sha on the other hand is as sweet and gentle as can be. There's no mistaking her for a boy.. Her name is a combination of my sirname, LEE and my wife's SHA(ron), thus Lee Sha!
Lee Ron is my 10mths old black and silver puppy boy! Like all boys, he's the naugthy one in the family, always up to mischief. But we love him no less. His bark is such that it sounds like he got a whistle stuck in his throat! Hopefully, his voice would break as he enters adulthood. Guess by now you can see how his name came about..yes, LEE from my sirname and Ron from (shaRON).
Have fun choosing your dalmation's name! Rdgs Arthur
Wow! That is very creative!!! How do you handle Pepper? Is she difficult to handle? How does she get along with others? My Rott is kind of temperamental! Happy is only when he's in the mood, else better leave him alone, he is very difficult to handle!
Hi WStepfanie, Pepper is not that difficult to handle. She's the dominant type who does not like to be sniffed/touched on her hindquaters. She gets along with most people but takes warming up to. I am conditioning her to accept gentle strokes on her back by strangers. Seems to working! This is crucial for her temperment test if she is to take the intermediate level of obedience trails. The keyword here is more socialisation to both people and other doggies. Rdgs Arthur
Thanks for the kind words on the calender. Was this the shop in Taipan? Looks like I have to work on the 2003 calendar. Lee Ron was still a puppy then and boy has he all grown up now! He has changed the most from puppy to adulthood.
"ChrisJenn" doesnt sound too bad. Definetly better than Dog R us! Looking back at the Melaka show program, looks like all the ECS minor puppies are from your kennel! Must be so proud of your puppies. We have yet to determine our kennel name.