[LMB] Not really off topic puppy name

Raymond Collins rcrcoll6 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 11:35:19 BST 2021

I think if you get a puppy young enough, you could probably train it not to
fly off a cliff. Perhaps a Poodle, a Border collie, Golden retriever and,
or a Rottweiler.
I recommend a Rottweiler,  they are the smartest and gentlest dog to own.
But, they scare the crap out off annoying people.
One of the greatest and gentlest dogs I have ever known was a Rottweiler
named Norton.  May he rest in peace.

On Wed, Jun 2, 2021, 2:00 AM Gwynne Powell <gwynnepowell at hotmail.com> wrote:

> From: "Katherine (Kathy) Collett" <kcollett at hamilton.edu>
> A week ago my retirement puppy joined our family ? 8-week-old golden
> retriever Moonlit Meadows Goldberry.  We will mostly call her Berry.  Like
> Eowyn, our last much-loved golden retriever, the name Goldberry is from
> Tolkien -- Tom Bombadil's fair lady Goldberry, River-woman's daughter.
> Berry is also Berry Clearcreek from the Sharing Knife, who is a
> counterpoint to Tolkien's Goldberry, as Sharing Knife is to Lord of the
> Rings.  And as River-woman's daughter, Berry is also connected to the
> Rivers who are genii loci in Aaronovitch's Rivers of London books.
> Katherine
> Gwynne: Ohhh that sounds so beautiful!
> I've been searching rescue sites for a dog for a while now, but I have some
> difficult requirements (related to getting a dog that won't fall down the
> cliff)
> so I'm still searching. I basically need a dog that's inert.
> But yours sounds so beautiful... I have puppy envy!
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