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and National Enquirer. In the same vein, we have Salutaire Games People Play and Show No Mercy as well as Rosewood Clearly Ruthless and Thalia’s Ask Me If I Care.


Sometimes good names are all about hope. Breeders and owners had to be aiming high when they picked out names like Hodge’s Numero Uno, Mejay’s Victory Lane, Matchless Blue Ribbon, Salutaire Steal The Show and, one of my favourites, Just An Easy Blue Ribbon. One also has to wonder if Born Beauty, Dahl’s He’s a Spellbinder, JA’s Ain’t She Nice, and Grena- dier’s Gorgeous George lived up to their monikers. Did Beddydane’s Breed Booster turn the tide for the breed in the show ring or in the whelping box? And what would you do if you named your dog LSKAM’s It’s All In The Genes and he turned out poorly?! If


cautious optimism is more your style then names like Steelcrest’s Life’s a Gamble, Charlin’s Calculated Risk and Digelsa’s Definitely Maybe may be a safer choice.


So there you have it, a look back at some of the great- est (and not so great) names in black and tan his- tory. One thing that is clear is that we are all, in fact, searching for the same thing – a name that will last through the ages. Decades from now, even the most successful of us will be but a footnote in our breed’s history. And long after our dogs’ names have fallen off of paper pedigrees, our most lasting contribution may be as single entries among the thousands of names in a dusty database. So, choose something that will stand out from the crowd, because we can’t all choose the single name that sums up this wish best: Forget Me Not.


Ryas You Talk Too Much


Windy Park Green With Envy


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