Does your Dood have a Nickname?

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Jayne & Richard
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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by Jayne & Richard » 13 Feb 2009, 23:39

If he's being good :)

Monty-moo-moos
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and my 2 year old calls him Momp-me

If he's being bad :twisted:

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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by MrsAdmin » 14 Feb 2009, 00:48

Jack is

Jackie Boy
My lovely little boy (accompanied by kisses and cuddles)
Boykin
Jack the Lad
JAACCKKK stop biting your sister's leg (he hears it so often I swear he thinks it's his new name :cry: )

Becky is

Beccles
Becky Boo
Curley girlie
Sweetie Pie
Fluffles
Fluff for brains
COME HERE YOU STUPID DOG (as she stands just out of reach and looks at you)
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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by Smyla » 16 Feb 2009, 20:06

We chose his name beofre we got him, "Fraggle"-It absolutely suits him down to the ground.
Various changes...
Fraggle-Raggle
Raggle-Muffin
Snuggle-Bum
Snuggle-King (he's loves his morning Snuggles on Saturdays and Sundays.)

And with in a few moments of driving him home, my friend named him, "Nut-Job"...Not suprisingly it stuck!

Here he is...
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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by Jeanny » 18 Feb 2009, 19:40

Murphadoodle wrote:Hello everyone, I was walking with Murphy this morning and began to call him by his nickname. My dog walking friend (lady I see everyday and we wander around the common together) asked why I was calling him 'Pup'? I realised he has got two nicknames that we use every day! I don't think it confuses him as he answers and recalls to them all, even when he is out of sight.

Nickname 1. Pup - because he is..... and always will be my pup!!

Nickmame 2. Fluffers - he was very fluffy as a small pup and still has this mad tufts of fluff on top of his head! Check out pici below. :D

So it made me think have I lost the plot or are there more crazy doodle owners like me? :lol:

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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by dave.bradley » 18 Feb 2009, 21:10

Teddy has a few names ( some unprintable !)
Tedwood
Freddy
Mr Sprinkles :shock:
and i forgot Tedrick !!!!!
cheers Dave & Julie .
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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by Bid » 19 Feb 2009, 14:20

OH got some Shakespeare Insult fridge magnets for Christmas, & I've just been distributing them about the house - one of them is Daisy's new name "Thou cream faced loon" :lol: :lol: :lol: All you hear around the house now is "Out of the way thou, cream face loon!"
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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by Freddies_mum » 19 Feb 2009, 17:33

Yep, looks like we're all as daft as each other. Freddie gets (in no particular order):

Freddie Flump
Fred bed
Freddie bear
Fluffy chick
Baby boy
Pups
Pup pup
Popsicle
Chunky (short for cheeky monkey)

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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by goblingerty » 20 Feb 2009, 11:29

Fergie is often referred to as my doodie, fergadood, doodle or fergal, i have another collie cross too called lucky or ducky as shes nicknamed, so when it comes to calling them both, simply refer to them as duckadood, or puppies(even though they are 13 months & 19 months) they both come running so seem to be used to the numerous different names. they know if they've been misbehaving though as the sunday names come back into force,lol.
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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by Dog-Dog » 20 Feb 2009, 20:58

This is a great topic :P Tiegan has several nicknames, the ones I use most are:

Tigs
Tig Dog
Pup
Doodle Dog
Cutie Pie

She will answer to anything if I have food for her !!!!! :P
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Re: Does your Dood have a Nickname?

Post by Debbie&Molly » 20 Feb 2009, 21:15

Molly is
moo moo
mookums
mookies
baby
molfred
mol
if she is being a rascal its cow-bag!!

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