Lets face it. My name picker is broken.
When I adopted Ranger, his name was...Ranger.
When I adopted Beth, her name was...Beth.
When I adopted Bonnie, her name was...SURPRISE...Bonnie
When I adopted Brynn, her litter-mate's name was Brynn...so I stole it.
Are we seeing a pattern here?
So, here is your chance. Help me name the puppy!
Of course, whatever name we come up with may change once I meet the furry little monster. But, with your help I can narrow it down.
I would prefer to keep with the 'B' theme for a female. I don't know why? But I can try to rationalize it. Let's see... Girls can be B's. My girls are B-girls. B-girls should be proud of being a 'B'. I am a 'B'. At least my husband says so, under his breath when he thinks I can't hear him.
I have narrowed it down to the names listed on the side bar. One poll for Female names. One poll for Male names.
Behold, my naming imagination sucks.
I chose the one and only 'R' name (Rhett) as a combination between the puppy's mama (Bett) and the papa (Riggs). In case you are living under a rock somewhere and didn't already know this....Patrick Shannahan and Riggs are the 2010 USBCHA National Champions. *insert manic cheer here*
I decided I wanted a Bett/Riggs puppy BEFORE Riggs won the nationals. His winning is only a very special added bonus. I was drawn to this breeding for temperament reasons, beyond the obvious working talent reasons. I adore my friend Cindy's dog Briggs (from this same breeding) and the other dogs from this breeding,
I digress...lets get back to the name game! My favorite names for the puppy are in the polls. Please write in any suggestions you can think of. I would PREFER a single syllable name that does not sound like Beth or Brynn (such as Bess or Ben). Please suggest anything you can think of and VOTE!
And before you ask...I like the names BO and BOO. I just spelled them Beau for BO and Boew for BOO just to be creative. Please don't point and laugh. :) Told ya...my namer is broken.
5 days ago