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    Hello i recently got a "dog" and i was wondering if you could possibly give me some name ideas. Please and thank you




    That's her!! She's a sweety!! *hugs the no name puppy*

    [Edited by celtic_cross on 23rd March 2005 at 00:57]
    "Float like a butterfly, Sting like a bee"

  • #2
    It is a beautiful "dog" which looks quite a bit like a wolf. Is it male or female?

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    • #3
      she's a female. And one of many "dogs", wolves and dogs my friend and i own. she's a wolf hybrid that much i know but i do not know what breed. i'm getting new dogs and "dogs" everyday it seems beceause people don't seem to realize how hard it is to own a wolf hybrid. But trust me wolves are harder to own. Like a fwe people have found out. so yeah. Thanks.
      "Float like a butterfly, Sting like a bee"

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      • #4
        Surely there cannot be all that many wolf hybrids in Scotland?

        I suppose you know about the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.

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        • #5
          I'm sure she does, Celyn. After all, she needs to keep all her horses safe.

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          • #6
            I'm visiting my friend in the states but i'm taking the dog back with me. i go back and forth between Scotland and the US for work training and other stuff. and aye i do know about it. but i really need a name for her. can anyon help??
            "Float like a butterfly, Sting like a bee"

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            • #7
              Clever footwork. Hmmmmmm must be all that boxing training.

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              • #8
                You could name the wolf-dog Jamie after my mother's (late) dog. Not a wolf, but about the size of two wolves, and very beautiful. Luckily he had an absolutely sweet nature, and the only "danger" associated with Jamie was that taking the dog for a walk often meant putting up with lots of little children running up to play with this enormous dog, who was really a big lump of fluff, brown eyes, and wagging tail. That got boring, so just sometimes, a wolf-dog might have been more fun. And sometimes, tiny little dogs attacked Jamie, who would just stand, waving his tail, looking down at them in bemusement.

                Hey, if that isn't a good enough reason,and why, indeed, should it be, there is also the Scottish historical figure James, the "Old" Jacobite Pretender, father of Charles Edward Stuart. http://www.scotlandspast.org/jacobite.cfm

                Oops, that was a bit of a ramble, sorry. (Can you tell I still miss that dog)

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                • #9
                  Oops, that was a bit of a ramble, sorry. (Can you tell I still miss that dog)

                  *smiles* tis no problem at all. i'll always miss my dogs that pass whether it's from old age, fights, or shooting. but i know where you are coming from and i'll think about your suggestions thanks.
                  "Float like a butterfly, Sting like a bee"

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Polwarth
                    Clever footwork. Hmmmmmm must be all that boxing training.
                    not really that hard just living for some time in the states. then going back to ayr it's not that hard. and i spend more time in the states now then back in ayr. although i really miss is.
                    "Float like a butterfly, Sting like a bee"

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by celtic_cross
                      I'm visiting my friend in the states but i'm taking the dog back with me. i go back and forth between Scotland and the US for work training and other stuff. and aye i do know about it. but i really need a name for her. can anyon help??
                      I've just read this post, and I'm very interested. I am sure you are aware of DEFRA guidelines as they apply to wolf-dog hybrids. (http://www.defra.gov.uk/wildlife-countryside/gwd/wolfdogs/wolfdogs.pdf). Was it easy to obtain a license for your wolf-dog from the US? Also, will you be importing your wolf-dog through the PETS Travel Scheme, or will you be putting her into quarantine when you arrive? Surely this is a very time-consuming, expensive, and complicated process, and you must be a very dedicated wolf-dog owner to jump through all the hoops.



                      -kate

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                      • #12
                        Kate



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                        • #13
                          what about faolan (feulan)? it's the Scottish Gaelic for wolf.

                          I wonder about the back and forth. Going to the US is easy, just a proof of rabbies shot required, but back to the UK?

                          and of course, make sure you call it a dog, and not a wild life hybrid, lol.

                          'S toil leam Gàidhlig a bhruidhinn agus a leughadh agus sgrìobhadh oir 'se an cànan feumail agus àlainn a th' innte.

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                          • #14
                            What about PHANTOM?

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                            • #15
                              that might work. of course i'll call her a dog i've always called her a dog. but thanks. i'll think about the name suggestions.
                              "Float like a butterfly, Sting like a bee"

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