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Monday, April 28, 2008

Just call me...

...

We brought home a new member of the family yesterday. Meet: ... our new dog. He's really great - a 2 year old lab mix from a shelter in West Virginia that we adopted here in NoVA. We don't know his story, but we quickly learned that he's sweet, calm, tranquil, tolerant, and cuddly. He's about 35 chubby pounds and looks just like a mini-lab. For those of you who know Corgan, he's not much taller than him...only an inch or two, I think. The rescue folks assume he's a Lab-Dachshund mix, but like Scott said, that's hard to imagine. Without further ado, here's ... the new doggy:



There's something missing from this post...a name for this love muffin! If you've got any ideas, please let us know! We've come up with lots...Tycho (as in Brahe), Cash (as in Johnny), Clash (comma The), Zen, Zenji (Zen Benji), Troyal (Garth Brooks' first name), Capo (something you use when playing guitar), ... and none quite fit. Corgan was named after Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins, and ideally this new guy would have a similarly meaningful and interesting name (be it music related or not). Any ideas? Please post them! Or if you're too shy, email them to me!

6 comments:

Ian said...

How about Zwan?

Mon said...

Jordan
Cody
Cyrano
Riley
Dante
Dallas
Dickens

Mollie said...

awwww!! those pictures are SOooooo cute!!

:)

I like your suggestion, "Cash"
:)


Hope you have a great night!
-Mollie

J Farrell said...

What a good looking dog. How about Charlie (as in Chaplin)? He always looked good in black and white!

Bernard said...

Oops, I published the comment using my wife's account.

This is the right me!

Brooke said...

He is definitely a dachshund lab mix! I had one for 8 years before putting him to sleep recently for canine disc disease. He looked EXACTLY like your dog, but with no white markings. It looks like it's been a while since this was posted, but I hope you've enjoyed the new addition to your family--dogs are such a special part of our lives.