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Thread: would you change her name?

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    Kas
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    I was thinking Zoe, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klgreene
    Then just call her mommy's girl. My dogs all have names, then they also have nick names, and they know them all. It's the tone in your voice that let's them know if they are in trouble or you want to snuggle.
    I thought I was the only one who gave their dogs nicknames :D

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    If you want to change her name, change it. It's your decision. It's really not hard to do. Just start saying "Go Away *insert new name*" Then start dropping the "Go Away" until she responds to the new name only. We adopted a one year old lab mix (avatar photo) and I changed his name within a few days. We've had him 2 years and now he doesn't even recognize his old name.

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    I think you should leave it as it is because she knows
    that name.

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    When I was showing dogs, I held the leash to potty them, and said HurryUp so often that could have been their name

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    thank you for the info. i do call her miss go away but seems she responds better to go away[/quote]


    Call her Missy!

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    how about 'shotzi' I'm not sure of the spelling but I'm told that it means sweetheart in German. :-D

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