What is the worst name you've ever heard?

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We recently got a brother/sister pair in at the rescue named Romeo and Juliet. I guess their previous owners never saw the play.
 

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When I worked in the grooming place, a guy called to make an appointment for Biteass. I asked how to spell it, just to make sure I heard it right. There was also a pit bull named Hannibal. The woman that owned him was sort of douchey.

At the boarding kennel there is a samoyed named Mr. Natural 3. We also get a mixed breed named Firetruck (yes his family has kids, and yes the kids named him). There is a male bichon mix named Cupcake. A female yorkie named Hank. A little poodle mix named Wolf. There was a dachshund named Prince Bubba. There are two different cats named "Cat". There is a cat that treatment has been caring for named Number 18. There is a male cat named Peaches. There are also two cats named Cat Scratch and Kitty Badness.
 

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My favorite "awful" name was a cat client at the clinic I worked at.

Cupcake the Rodent Slayer. :p

We also had:

Motherf*cking Batman
Chairman Meow and Professor Purr (lived together)
Pork

All cats.
Uh I'm sorry I happen to think all of these are incredible.

Someone I know has a dog named Moist and I hate that word and the dog is rather awful and ugh ugh ugh.
 

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I had a brother/sister pair named Micki & Mini (because somehow that made it better than having a Mickey & Minnie) ;)

And a cat named Lassie.

Growing up, I wanted a dog named Boner and I was upset my parents wouldn't let me until they finally told me why. That was embarrassing.

A mouse named Chewy.
 

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Idk if I'm missing something or not because like 80% of these names sound fine, even common-ish? Like I've known 3-4 dogs named Hannibal and I don't see why it's bad? Aside from the Hannibal Lecter association but there are a lot of other famous Hannibals....

I think Cat/Kat is usually given as a foster cat name that ends up sticking, I've known like 3 and I don't know a lot of cats.

I think Omlette is adorable. And Firetruck is kind of cute, too!

Bagel and cream cheese are actually on my future list for pig and goat/cat combo.
 

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I know a woman who is quite a character with two Pomeranians named Mike Lowry & Marcus Burnett. Which isn't that bad except every single time she mentions her dogs she says "Mike...Mike Lowry and my other is Marcus Burnett. Like the Bad Boyz". Every. Time. She also has the (birth) name of an extremely famous comic book character and paints freckles on herself with eyebrow pencil. She's super cool but definitely interesting and the dog's names only amplify that.
 

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Growing up, I wanted a dog named Boner and I was upset my parents wouldn't let me until they finally told me why. That was embarrassing.
:rofl1::rofl1::rofl1::rofl1:

Someone I know has a dog named Moist and I hate that word and the dog is rather awful and ugh ugh ugh.
I feel like that person HAD to have done that on purpose. SO many people I know hate the word "moist" that it's like a thing (I think). It's gross, but kind of hilarious.
 

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I think it'd be kinda funny to have a pair of black and tans called Rac and Oon.

Like seriously, if I had a pair that's what I'd name them.

Although I'd give them better nicknames, lol.
 

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Idk if I'm missing something or not because like 80% of these names sound fine, even common-ish? Like I've known 3-4 dogs named Hannibal and I don't see why it's bad? Aside from the Hannibal Lecter association but there are a lot of other famous Hannibals....

I think Cat/Kat is usually given as a foster cat name that ends up sticking, I've known like 3 and I don't know a lot of cats.

I think Omlette is adorable. And Firetruck is kind of cute, too!

Bagel and cream cheese are actually on my future list for pig and goat/cat combo.
Well with Hannibal, I just get annoyed at people who name dogs who ALREADY have a bad rap and a hard time in many places a name that is associated with negative things, like a serial killer. I don't think the name itself is bad really, but most people will think of Hannibal Lector the horror movie villain when they hear it.

Cat I think is just a boring name for a cat. And we do like Firetruck's name, it just seems this thread has evolved more into a weird name thread. :p

I remembered one other one, there is a male pug that has boarded with us named Snatch. The jokes, OMG the jokes! And when the guy in reception paged down to us to please bring Snatch up to go home, you could hear him trying not to giggle. It was awesome. :rofl1:
 

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Some day I want to get a pair of coonhounds, and name them Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru just so I can go outside and do this.

[YOUTUBE]eV2sDvxbqrI[/YOUTUBE]
 

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Maybe he was named after Moist von Lipwig. :rofl1:
We have a client whose last name is Moist. Their dog has a very fine, normal name, but paired with his last name...sigh. Yet, we can't help but say the last name with his first, every time, lol. I would definitely change my name if it were Moist
 

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