Now how lame is that? I was at the vet yesterday. I waited outside because it was shady and I thought the dogs would like all the new smells.
I didn’t like the new smell because somebody had flattened a skunk right in front of the office. Ordorous.
I noticed a couple sitting in a van with a black lab. When they got out of the lab, she was holding on to him, he was holding on to her and the dog was moseying along at their pace.
When I went inside, we struck up a conversation and their dog was named Lexus. Lexie for short.
I think Lexus is not only dumb but pretentious. Lexie is OK, cute even.
But I’ll take Lexus over Max any day.
You probably know that the top name for dogs and cats is Max – yes: both!
The receptionist in the office knows that all our dogs have a reason behind their names:
Sedona: we love Sedona, AZ
Oliver: we love Oliver Wine (from the fine wine country of southern Indiana.)
Derby: got him on Kentucky Derby Day
Sofi Noelle: was our Christmas present. Not named Noelle, because we knew it would goof up the other dogs because they would think we were saying “No” instead of “Noelle.” Yes, it is Sofi, not Sophie.
Daughter and SIL have two dogs:
Chase: Named after Bill Chase, trumpet player.
Ferguson: Named after Maynard Ferguson, trumpet player.
Can you guess what happens when we get our “Happy Birthday” phone calls?
Here are the most popular names for dogs and cats.
And for cats: