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05-07-2017 05:26 AM
ThroughYska'sEyes My dog is Alyska, which is a variant of Alaska and means That which the Sea Breaks Against. Which I think is very lovely and fits her well, though we call her Yska most of the time.

And we decided if we ever got another (we want black or dark sable) we'd name it's Newark if it was a male because Alyska is a variant of Alaska and Newark is a City in New Jersey so I thought Alaska=snow/ white, Newark = smog/Black or Ivayla if it was a Female, which means Wolf.
04-16-2017 03:39 AM
nikkoiii Our dog's name is Una
03-17-2017 03:22 PM
Diegotxe I named my first gsd Diegotxe An'Ra Del Toro. I made a beautiful blend of Basque, Spanish and Egyptian. Friends and family simply called him Diego. I usually called him Digo ( pronounced deego) or An'Ra (pronounced oon-rah). My male cats name was Pirelli. I named him after the tire that sponsored Subaru when they used to compete in WRC. Subaru mostly used Pirelli tires, which are great btw, and I'm a Subaru nut. So it fits lol
03-17-2017 10:51 AM
daddysprincess61716 I will soon have an 8 week old German shepherd Chesapeake bay retriever mix named Onyx which suites him nicely hes all black like an Onyx opal .
02-16-2017 12:34 PM
Liffey My dog's name is Liffey after the river in Dublin. For some reason though, he gets called "Sniffs" at least half the time lol
02-08-2017 06:52 PM
Thanos Stadium I am a fan of giving dogs names that are the opposite of how they appear. My past two dogs were an English bulldog named Daisy and a west Highland White Terrier named Duke. My GSD is named Titan which doesn't quite follow the previous pattern but it suits him.
11-17-2016 12:53 AM
Dnr2d09 My first shepherd was a rescue and came with the name King. It didn't fit his goofy, gangly self at all, but I can't bring myself to change the name of a dog if they come with one (my golden is named Carly, which I would've never chosen but now can't see her with any other name) so King he was. We lost him much too young, so when we were finally ready to bring home another dog, we knew we wanted his namesake to be a part of it. After much deliberation, we landed on 'Cash' as in Johnny Cash. Our boy is almost solid black and if you google The Million Dollar Quartet, the King association ties in nicely.
11-01-2016 09:48 PM
killreviltwin I named my girl Ti, short and sweet.
09-02-2016 12:43 AM
whiskey_pup We considered for our female Tazzie, Charlie, Darwin & Carson (the last two were for science) but we settled on Whiskey. Fittingly, it was whiskey that helped us get through puppyhood months 3-6
08-27-2016 03:39 PM
Greta9 Our gal's name is Greta
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