Post # 1
Anyone else think naming a pet a “hard ass” name like Killler, Demon, etc is just asking for trouble?
The reason I ask we are considering naming a new pup “diva” and I wonder what I might be getting myself into- premonition?
Post # 3
Lol! love that, and yea it might be tempting…we found a near death kitten on our front porch…we brought her in- got her medicine and all better… my Fiance named her Rockie .. because her eyes were so swollen shut ( we seriously didnt think she had eyes until the 2nd day we had her)..now yeah shes a Rockie all right..very playful, fighting and tough lil kitty! She likes to give you the 1-2 !!!!Good luck with the diva 🙂
Post # 4
LOL no way. There is nothing more amusing than a little dog named killer and a big dog named fluffy. I know the whimpiest chihuahua and his name is Killer, hilarious!
Post # 5
i have actually expierenced the absoloute opposite thing happens all dogs and cats i have seen with “hard ass” names are sweet as could be and mellow while the ones names like precious or sweetie or dude ect are the ones that go batty all the time.
Post # 6
I knew a girl who named her pug “Danger”. While the dog never really got into danger, it was funny whenever she would call to him at the dog park – “Danger, Danger, Danger!”.