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    I like "Uncle Cecil" but I also LOVE Uncle Cecil himself. Uncle Anyone is cute.

    I would like a pug named Dave so I can wake up in the morning and say, "Good morning, Dave" like Hal in the movie 2001.

    I like our Tucker's full name: Tucker Under because it is derived from the pugtona stance.
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    I agree that Co-Pilot is the most unique (okay and maybe the cutest!)...but I love Jack! So many silly variations...Jackman, BlackJack, Jackie.. the more names you come up with, the more he cocks his head...and gives you the 'are you nuts' look!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemon View Post
    Co-Pilot's gotta be one of the most unique. I love it!

    Also, the name Steve cracks me up. I'm dying to get a boy pug and name him Steve... after my friend who doesn't like dogs.
    This is funny...we "tried" a boy two summers ago, and my husband was going to name him Steve, after Steve Spurrier and Steve Buscemi. My husband says Steve Buscemi has a pug face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacieandMia View Post
    This is funny...we "tried" a boy two summers ago, and my husband was going to name him Steve, after Steve Spurrier and Steve Buscemi. My husband says Steve Buscemi has a pug face.
    Oh that cracks me up. I LOVE STeve Buscemi...and he does have a pug face!!

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    Some of my favorites from our rescue:

    Cornbread
    Killer (female)
    Buggie
    Kiwi
    Liberty (I named this one and it's my favorite name that I've come up with - she was liberated from a puppy mill and was never socialized. She was such a shy and timid little thing. Liberty just fit her so well. I love it.)
    Chunk
    Raisin
    Principessa (Italian for princess)

    Gosh, there are so many more...I can't think right now.

    BTW, I love Co-Pilot and Lemon too!
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    I was sure tempted to change Rocco's name to Hoover or Morty (short for morteban (sp), or how ever you say glutton in Italian.) It probably should have been his middle name. He was Rocco Goodfella DeSantis. I think my Hubby seen too many Mafia movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemon View Post
    Co-Pilot's gotta be one of the most unique. I love it!

    Also, the name Steve cracks me up. I'm dying to get a boy pug and name him Steve... after my friend who doesn't like dogs.

    I dated two guys named Steve....sad to say they were both worse than dogs....lol

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    My father-in-law once owned a bookstore, and my husband was a book collector and avid reader. We thought we were really clever when we named our first Pug. Edgar Allen Pug. And we had a cat named Louisa May Alleycat. Our budding collection of famous authors ended, however, when we began adopting rescue Pugs. They came already named - and they answered to them. We didn't have the heart to change their names. They had so many other new things to get used to.

    (Oh, and the Siamese cat I will get someday will be Dylan Thomcat.)
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    I'll throw my vote in for Ruby Pickles. That name just tickles me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amela View Post
    I've always loved Tonka. He looks so very much like a Tonka.
    I agree 110%! Tonka is the perfect "pug" name, plus, he is a very handsome "lil man" - his name does suit him to a T!

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