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  1. #21
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    I named my dog Daisy because when we got her she reminded me of a Daisy and i love her so much but i really need to work on her weight issues. Im wondering now if beagles are normally fat cause they WILL eat anything!!!

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    I have noticed a lot of beagles I know, tend to have names starting with B... Mine is named Bugsy for example

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    Don't worry mine is a FATTY TOO!

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    snoopy, is there other beagel names??IM000978.jpgIM000977.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by dachiedude View Post
    snoopy, is there other beagel names??IM000978.jpgIM000977.jpg
    lol, mine came with the name, Ace.

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    When I adopted Niko I wanted to call him Kieran but my mother said it was too hard to pronounce and she wanted to call him Nicholas as he was born a month before Christmas. After much convincing I caved and decided to call my beagle Nicholas but I don't like regular spellings of names. I like to be different so after much searching I came across the spelling: Nikolas and liked it. So my beagle ended up being Nikolas but we call him Niko for short. And to be honest Niko suits him to a tee.

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    A roadside sign in South Carolina - "Calhoun County." "Calhoun" sounds respectably houndish.

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    I just watched my first pup for a few days and decided he was a Ben. Ben Beagle. The next two were easier as I decided to stay with the B's: Bella and Baci, as my husband is of Italian decent wit an Italian name. We sometimes call Ben Benjamino.

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    We have Baxter....when we first got him, I suggested "Bagel", but my other half assume that was a common name. After a day of watching him, the other half blutered out "Baxter" and the name has stuck. Tho he has a lot of nicknames..."Mr Mooch"..."Beagle"....Mr Damoochie, the poochie"...."Bax"

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    Well our dog aquired the name "Pooing" because it use to crap everywhere when it was young but finally grew out of that. Thank god

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