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99 Names for Border Collies Male | Irish, Scottish and Gaelic Boy Dog Names

The premiere canine athlete, the border collie can do it all, and seems to always excel in any given arena. From herding to agility, obedience to rally, to search and rescue the border collie scores top honors as the most biddable and the most intelligent dog breed. Years of selective breeding have developed a breed whose greatest desire is to please his master. The border collie employs logic to anticipate his master's wishes, as well as the collective mindset of his stock. Here are one hundred border collie names from the traditional to the unique, from Irish, Scottish and Welsh lore, that celebrate their heritage as the preeminent sheepdog and canine genius. Cap of Killiebrae working stock with the signature border collie stealthy crouch Traditional Border Collie Names for Males The International Sheepdog Society (ISDS) lists these following names as some of the most frequently occurring in their vast database. The most popular male name, Ben, is listed as having be

60 Unique Beagle Names for the Merry Little Hound

This happy hound is America's fourth favorite breed, thanks to its alert, inquisitive nature and lighthearted temperament.  Beagles should never display resentment; their joyous temperaments are resilient, if sometimes, also, a little mischievous. Beagles possess some of the best noses of all dog breeds.  Their olfactory scent glands and nonthreatening demeanor make them ideal airport security workers, sniffing out potential bomb threats as well as contraband items. Famous Beagle Names from Cinema and Cartoons Of course we all know and love Charles M. Schultz's  Snoopy, but did you know that Snoopy was from a litter of 8 puppies?  Only five of them ever made appearances in the comic strip, Peanuts.  Those lucky dogs were Andy, Marbles, Olaf, Spike and sister Belle. Snoopy's Brothers: Andy Marbles Olaf Spike Rover  Snoopy's Sisters: Belle Molly Other Famous Cartoon Beagles Brian - The Family Guy's urbane beagle sophisticate. Dogbert -

80 Original Female Irish Setter Names

The Irish Setter is a breed of gundog that is also a well loved family dog. The AKC recognizes the heavier set, show-bred dog as the Irish Setter, while the Field Dog Stud Book recognizes the lighter, more agile dog under the name Red Setter.  These happy-go-lucky dogs are highly intelligent and high in drive. Affectionate with family, they also greet strangers enthusiastically; with that in mind, they do not make good guard dogs. These unique names for female Irish Setters exalt their Irish gundog heritage, rolicking personalities and radiant, red coats. Irish Setter On Point while pheasant hunting.                                 By Henktenklooster Irish Female Names For Puppies Aideen - Means Fire, a great name for a fiery redhead. Bevin - Fair Lady; originally used to describe Norse women. Bree -  Higher power. Bridie  - Derived from Bridget, it means the high one or strength. Colleen  - Little girl. Darcy - Means dark or descended from the dark hair

101 of the Best Classic Dog Names of All Time

Dogs and mankind hooked up approximately 15,000 years ago.  Over the ages, certain names have stood the test of time.  These one hundred and fifty dog names have been memorialized in comics, literature, film as well as our national consciousness. Many of these names are unisex, referring to markings or beneficial attributes. Classic Dog Names From Literature and Music Argos:  Faithful dog of Odysseus Blue:  William Faulkner's Sound and the Fury.  Buck: Call  of the Wild's central character, Buck is a sled dog in the Klondike . Cujo: Stephen King's title character, Cujo, once a beloved family dog, turns into a rabid killer thanks to a bat bite. Fang - Hagrid's dog in Harry Potter, as well as White Fang by Jack London. Jip - David Copperfield's wife's dog and one of Dr. Dolittle's animal companions. Lassie - Title character of Lassie Come Home . Nipper - The dog listening to the gramophone with the quote, "His master's voice." Sasha

80 Unique Names for Clever Dalmatian Puppies

Prunella Fitzgerald de Puech Barrayre The beautiful Dalmatian is the only truly spotted dog breed, with it spots forming in black on white or liver on white patterns.  This ancient breed is depicted in Egyptian Pharaohs tombs as well as in Dominican monasteries, as far back as 1360. A versatile breed, they function well as sporting dogs, border sentinels, draft dogs, circus performers and coach dogs, but perhaps they are best known as the firehouse dog. This noble breed may be slightly aloof, but should never exhibit shyness.  Quick to learn and eager to please, they have been the darlings of circuses, often seen riding horses bareback. Warm and loving within the intimate family circle, they make wonderful family companions. Interestingly, the Dalmatian is born completely white, and only gradually begins to display his markings.  Here we see three week old puppies beginning to show their most predominant spots.  By eight weeks of age, we will have a better idea of the extent of