We just bought a buff colored, registered cocker spaniel. She is 6 months old but we are having problems coming up with a suitable name. Any ideas?
imaqt1962 from IL
I had a buff cocker spaniel growing up! Her name was Cricket!
We have gotten a start on the name it will be Lacey, but as a registered cocker spaniel, she will need an official title to go on her paper work. They give me 36 spaces but have to leave a space between each name.
How about Buffy Fabulous (Worthington) your street name here?
Call her Liberty Bell or something cute... and call her Libby for short.
We have one too :) she is 6 and named Jasmine, 19 lbs and the cutest thing ever. Watch out for submissive urination :)
I like the name Buffy too.
Mine was black, and I named him Boo!
My cocker's name was Dusty, but I should have named her Kirby or Hoover, she ate everything off the floor constantly! I think that it is nice not to rush naming your pet because after you spend some time with them a name may just jump into your head. My Norwich Terrier is named Ruby, because she was as expensive as a Ruby Jewel! But, she has a dozen nicknames: Ruby J., Ruby Tuesday, Boo-boo, Boo-J, Ruby Doobie-Doo, Pugsley, and my friend calls her Ruby Begonia from some television show years ago! All these names, but she will come a runnin' if I holler "Cheese" or "Cookie", so, I should have named her Cheese or Cookie!
Dogs have a way of coming up with their own names. Watch her enough and she will come up with her own name. (from Illinois)
Or how about the name Taffy for such a sweet dog?
Since she is registered, you should know her parent's names. Perhaps a variation of a combination of both the parent's names would be good for her "official" name.
Well, my dad has had 2 springer spaniels and the First was actually the 2nd of our bandits....but the first didn't have papers.
Anyhow, the 2nd Bandit was Allowaystown Bandit. Allowaystown being the old town name. Maybe you can come up with something to that effect, like Lady Lacey---whatever your towns/city's name is.
My Cocker's name was Jazz. She lived for 16 long and wonderfully ball addicted years. The vet was amazed about her longevity. Every year when I came in with her she would say Oh My is she still Alive...She went to the Rainbow Bridge 2 years ago, and I still see her around here at times.
Hi, I am also a Cocker Lover! We had a buff cocker and we named her Sophie. We lost her to leukemia a few years ago. I had per picture done in Oil and it hangs in my computer room. We loved her dearly and she loved her name. We called her Sophie Poofie Loofie. Please keep a close watch on her eyes and her ears. Hugs and k9 kisses
Miss Jis' Peachy!
Tempany, Tiffany, Jalaa - Pronounced Juh Lay; Maya, Mariah, Lisa, Precious, Amber, Cassandra ... Good luck with your decision! Spook, Australia.
Hi,.....What about Ivyanne or Lilly or Bella? ~Janette~
I like the name Gizmo.
You can use any of these. When I was a small child we had a cocker named Curly. How about Buffy. We now have a Lab named Sassy.
My grandmother had a cocker spaniel named Buffy.
I have a jet black cocker spaniel named Nitro. If your cocker is Buffy, how about Maggie?
I love the name "Bella","Princess", and "Precious".
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