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Author Topic : Sop in Registered Names?
 Little Bits
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5/14/2017 9:16:51 PM reply with quote send message to Little Bits Object to Post   

Hi:

Not new to the game but haven't been around for a bit. I've just grown curious about something that I'm sure no one else cares about. happy :) why do I see a lot of dogs with registered names that appear to have their sop in the name? Example, (not real dog), "Little Bits Annie 98.95". I see this a lot in Dobermans, but in other places too.

Is this just a quick reference thing for the dog owner? Is it bragging rights? I just find it odd.
 Alibi
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5/14/2017 9:27:06 PM reply with quote send message to Alibi Object to Post

I do it for my colour breeding stock like "blue 89.9" it's just easier than coming up with a million names for the colour breeding stuff because I keep them for such a short time.
 Rock Fall Dogs
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5/14/2017 9:39:55 PM reply with quote send message to Rock Fall Dogs Object to Post

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posted by Little Bits
Hi:

Not new to the game but haven't been around for a bit. I've just grown curious about something that I'm sure no one else cares about. happy :) why do I see a lot of dogs with registered names that appear to have their sop in the name? Example, (not real dog), "Little Bits Annie 98.95". I see this a lot in Dobermans, but in other places too.

Is this just a quick reference thing for the dog owner? Is it bragging rights? I just find it odd.

Must be my dogs your referring to (haha)
My reason for doing it this way, is mainly for quick reference- so I can see at a glance what the SOP is without actually going into the dogs page...I guess it is an OCD thing, altho I don't think I have that disorder.
happy :)
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 Grasslans
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5/15/2017 12:03:14 AM reply with quote send message to Grasslans Object to Post

I do it for the dogs that I am only keeping to breed from, makes it easier than having to come up with a name for a dog I'm only going to use once.
 gaylanstudio
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5/15/2017 7:26:34 PM reply with quote send message to gaylanstudio Object to Post

In some of my kennels I've started to add the year. This way I can re-use names every 12 months - Jack (16) born in 2016, Jack (17) born in 2017, and so on. By the time Jack (18) is named, 16 and 17 are most likely gone.

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