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Old 01-08-2013, 01:51 AM   #61 (permalink)
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Firstly how cute is he!! I think he looks like a Hugo!


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I love the name 'dave' !! I love dogs with regular human names makes me laugh x mines 'reggie' but that's cuz mum had his brother n named him 'ronnie' x
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One of the brothers to our male Basset went to a History Professor at the University of Cambridge, He called him Gladstone, he already had another Basset called Disraeli.
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OMG! That is the cutest puppy I've ever seen!

How about Quincy? Or Smoky? His eyes remind me of Smoky Robinson's!
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Gladstone and Disrali, fantastic!

I would love more Bassets so I could have a Sherlock, Napoleons and a Horatio

Basil is my ill buddy tho!



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Old 01-08-2013, 01:50 PM   #67 (permalink)
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What about Hawkeye?
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:49 PM   #68 (permalink)
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I would've liked Hugo & Mungo but OH wouldn't agree, so ended up with Lucas & Otto (should have been Hoover & Dyson)

Prefer old fashioned names; Winston, Lucan, Lucien, Walter, Gertrude, Maud, Mabel, Claude & if I ever have a bitch always promised myself to call her daffodil !
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I know this is way late, but my Clovis just died, and everyone loved that name. If I get another one I'm toying with getting a male and naming him Howell. Howl, get it?
I'm so sorry about Clovis.
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Sometimes I think it would be easier to just name them NO. That's what they hear most of the time.
Message from Frankie ...... "isn't that my name?"

Seriously, we started with H-names, Harvey, Homer and Hopkins for the boys. We later had a theme litter (Camelot) with Merlin, Arthur, Lancelot, Bedivere (all sold) and Gawaine (kept) + the 4 girls Guinevere, Igraine (sold) Blasine and Morgan le Fay (kept). We imported a Woodpecker, who was Woody and going back to H-names, his son was named Harvester (lemon and white) but was called Ben at home (don't ask but he told me he was a Ben).

We now have a Frankie, but that's another story.

If you can get your hands on George Johnston's Basset book, at the end he lists traditional French and English hound names.

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