Thursday, June 14, 2007

Dog Names and Personality

So, dawgs, does your name fit your personality? Did you get your name because of your personality? Or, did you get your name before you really had a personality of your very own?

Dogmom found this site ... http://www.dogsabc.com/dog-names.html that describes us dogs based on our names. She would happily give credit to the site's developer, writer, owner... but she couldn't find any information on the site on under "WhoIs" other than it is held by a company in Scottsdale, AZ called DomainsByProxy. So if anybody has some more information, please let us know, K?

She thought that our descriptions fit us pretty well, all things considered.

What do you think?

"Gomer
Gomer falls into the 'Four' group of dog names. 'Fours' live on an internal clock so regular you can almost use them to tell the time. Whether it's mealtime, playtime, or bedtime, the 'Four' dog name lives for his schedule and will let you know if you're causing him to deviate from it. Don't get me wrong, it's actually really great. You can't appreciate the love of regular schedules that a 'Four' dog name has until you're on your sixth trip around the park with your 'Five' dog name in the middle of January waiting for him to 'do his duty'. The downside to that is that breaking their schedule too often can make them cranky, and you know a cranky dog will find a way of making that fact clear to you.

When it comes to personality expressions, Gomer falls into the 'Two' group of dog names. People and other dogs will get the impression that Gomer is easygoing and able to get along with just about anyone or anything. They'll get the feeling that your dog is cooperative - a peacemaker concerned with keeping harmony within his family group.

Gomer falls into the 'Two' group of dog names for soul urge or inner desire expressions. Internally, 'Two' dog names like Gomer want to build friendships and companionship. They are unconcerned with leading the pack, they are focused on working with their pack members in the effort to make the pack as strong as it can be. They will go out of their way to help a pack mate in need and are the first to help defuse any tense situations that might arise

The positive aspects of 'Two' dog names like Gomer show up as devotion and sensitivity to the needs of others. They're usually quiet and make close, loving companions for the family and other household pets. The negative side might show itself as timidity or having their feelings to easily hurt.

Opie
Opie falls into the 'Nine' group of dog names. 'Nines' are impossible to pin down because controlled by some mysterious force, 'Nine' dog names will behave like any one of the other eight expressions depending on what strikes them as appropriate. Like careful shoppers, 'Eight' dog names will work their way through different traits, picking and choosing the bits that seem to work for them until they've matured.

When it comes to personality expressions, Opie falls into the 'Seven' group of dog names. People and dogs will see your dog Opie as being quiet and introspective. 'Seven' dog names like Opie will seem to be more comfortable in periods of solitude and escaping the distractions of the social world. 'Seven' dog names like Opie certainly seem to enjoy daydreaming alone in some secluded spot than mixing it up with other dogs or people.

Opie falls into the 'Two' group of dog names for soul urge or inner desire expressions. Internally, 'Two' dog names like Opie want to build friendships and companionship. They are unconcerned with leading the pack, they are focused on working with their pack members in the effort to make the pack as strong as it can be. They will go out of their way to help a pack mate in need and are the first to help defuse any tense situations that might arise

The positive aspects of 'Two' dog names like Opie show up as devotion and sensitivity to the needs of others. They're usually quiet and make close, loving companions for the family and other household pets. The negative side might show itself as timidity or having their feelings to easily hurt."

Sound like us? Or, not?

Wuf Ya!

4 comments:

Katherine and Pippa, said...

Wow - how spooky - we posted that same link only two weeks ago!

And it is like Pippa. :)

K&P

Gomer & Opie said...

Woof! We knew you were quicker than us, Pippa!

(Dogmom said it's because you have the time advantage being on the other side of "the pond.") She showed the description to Tory at Dog Pad... and she went, "whoa!"

Wuf Ya - Gomer & Opie

Johann The Dog said...

Doggone it! I'm so unique, I'm not even listed! BOL!!!!! But fits my sis Gracie to a tee!

Dogs Aye View dogs said...

We heard that 'bout ya, Johann!
Barks and grins!

wuf Ya - Gomer & Opie