School photatoes have become exceedingly difficult to not get right, Lime is the one missing from the picture, and in order of appearance from left to right we have:
PITT (formerly known as artist Blue)
Don't we have some awesome bunch of names and faces, the only requisite I had when I asked patrons to name them is for names to be succinct and easy to prouncounce to bridge the gap of different languages and letters that are spoken differently or don't even exist in some languages.
Did you know Abbies brief name at the city shelter was Josephine, imagine calling her Hose right now, while those names are great for people looking for uniqueness in being statistical outlier, I feel dog names need to be short and snappy. Because dogs don't really care how you call them, they recognize the voice and inflection with which you are trying to let them know that you want a response from them. Try it. Call your dog with a completely different name and it will still come to you and act as normally he or she would despite it not being their name. Multiple dogs ownership is a bit different but I suggest if you own several dogs give them all the same name Beer, and when you want a Beer instead of one you will get a few.
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