Post # 1
We rescued a sweet female terrier mix last weekend! She’s absolutely wonderful and so well behaved. DH and I are having such a hard time finding a name that suits her so I am hoping the bees will have some suggestions. She is 15lbs, 2.5 years old, mild mannered and just a doll. They were calling her “baby” at the shelter but we don’t like that. Suggestions?
Post # 2
Congrats, she’s adorable!
Post # 3
spearmint : Omg, she’s adooooorable!! What a honey! I had the same problem, it took us quite awhile to name ours. Are there any types of names that you like: ie, food, people names, crazy names, places? Or something named for her demeanor?
The first thing that came to mind was Muffin.
Post # 4
She’s cute! I feel like she needs a kind of dignified name. Maybe Bea, Lady, Maggie?
Post # 5
spearmint : I think she looks like a Sophie. 🙂
Post # 6
RedHeadKel : For some reason I keep greeting her with “hi puppers!” so I was thinking about the first comment with “pepper” but I’m not sure she looks like a pepper. That’s all I’ve got, lol! I like muffin but I think DH would say it’s too cutesy. I’ll ask him anyway.
Post # 7
spearmint : Misty, Graycie, Heather, Pearl
Post # 8
Cookie just popped into my head as soon as I saw her!
I also like PP suggestion of Pepper because of her fur and Stormy because of her fur.
Post # 10
I’m partial to the names ending in -ee. Gracie, Maggie, Josie, Daisy, etc. All good ideas! I also like Lulu, super cute.
Post # 11
katebluestone : Daisy was the first name that popped in my head as well.
OP, a vote for Daisy here.
Post # 12
She is so cute!
How about: Carly, Sophie, Julie, Carrie, Maggie, Mindy, Misty, Bonnie, Annie, Abbie, Lily, Roxy, Ellie, Betsy, Paisley, Pippa, Tessa, Lilah, Rosie, Jessie, Ivy
Post # 13
You said she’s a doll…Dolly? I have two Boston Terriers, Daisy Mae and Winter Joy Noelle, and a cat Punky…short for Pumpkin!
Other ideas: Chloe, Missy, Piper, Daphne….no rhyme or reason, just names that popped in my head. 🙂
Post # 14
She’s so cute! She kind of looks like my Lady Violet.
How about Maggie?