With that breeding, he'll drive you crazy but you'll love him in the end.
Feel free to steal.
for our dog has been a great name for our dog.
Nobody ever says "Bro Jo"
Fr. Griffin's dog. I lived in Keenan so the old Stanford resident priest's calls to Darby late at night on North Quad were comical. It was known before my time Darby was dognapped by Keenanites and sent down the laundry chute. I also think Fr. Griffin was a rector or lived in Keenan prior to Stanford.
That said, I do not advocate pranks where dogs of rival dorms are put down laundry chutes having been through a lot and rejoicing at the diagnosis and recovery in the last day of Sadie, my ridgeback hound. I thought it was going to be terminal (similar to liver disease on a dog I had before) but it was a 4-day dog flu.
Now that couch burning is no longer tolerated by the WVU administration, he'll have plenty of them to grind his paws on.
they should have. At least mine did.
o Rock (not to be confused with paper and scissors)
o Ted (but only if he seems exceptional)
o Moose (if the ears are especially impressive)
Not ND-related, but Jellybean (Beansie for short) and Hambone are also good dog names.
My next dog will be named Te'o.
Q is for Quincy
I like digger too.