Hunny is purposely spelt with a U and has a personal meaning to my husband and I since we were 12 and 13 years old (that's when we started dating 15 years ago) and the 518 are our favorite numbers put together. We also came up with that when we were super young. 518 has become so sentimental we actually celebrate may 18th (5/18)
"P" is the first initial in my last name, and the rest of my moniker stands for "great dane lover". AOL suggested it after the name gr8dnlvr was of coarse taken a million times over. I can't remember numbers and my choices of alternate names were usuing my initial in the beginning or about 5 digits. I'm blond so you can guess the choice I made!
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Names of dogs: Shayna - passed away April 2010 after 18 years of love, Currently the girls - Lacey & Sadie
Poodle Type: Toy
Location: Sherwood Park, AB Canada
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There were 2 Sylvia's in my German Dance group, so they started calling me SpecialK (my last name starts with a "K"), then it got shortened to Schpeck (the year I had competed in bodybuilding - in German it means fat!), then everyone added the "ie" to make Schpeckie! Sometimes I get called "Schpeckiemeister", because I absolutely love Jagermeister! Ya Ya, das ist gute!
Sadie & Lacey
My little dogs - a heartbeat at my feet. ~Edith Wharton
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Pepper was my poodle when I was a child. But that name was already taken. So I added S for Sophie and B for Bob--they were my two dogs at the time that I chose a screen name. That was before I got Cammie.
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Roulette was a gorgeous female Standard I rescued at 8 months of age. Totally non-socialized, I thought at the time that THAT was the extent of her issues. I since have come to believe there were "developmental disabilities" as well. From her, I learned to reach and grow to accommodate her "deficiencies". She came to us mostly feral, never wagged her tail, could not TOUCH her (except "over" my other Standard, who she shadowed) for 3 months..never made eye contact for 6 months. BUT! We grew together, I stopped expecting her to behave like a normal dog...lo and behold..we BOTH blossomed. She learned to live with us, when she showed joy, it was over the top, and her bond with me was twin-like. Unfortunate, after 3 years with us, she developed some other severe health issues that were not treatable and had to be euthanized. I will never forget her efforts to overcome her disabilities, she was a champion in every way. My Roulette-a lovely creature through and through.
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