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    Hershey in a topknot

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    Hershey got a bath tonight so I thought I would play a little and put him in a topknot, he has such gorgeous coat and of course is at the stage where he is blowing coat and with this humidity its even worse. I may play around a little bit in the show ring to see how he does next month, butI thought I would ask everyone to think of a good registered name for him, of coursxe with the "Briarcliff" prefix
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    020.jpg021.jpg a couple more pictures of my boy

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    SOO adorable - looks amazing with a topknot, really shows off his coat

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    These would look amazing as in a doggie calendar! Such great shots

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    He is such a cute dog, does he object to having his hair done like that?




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    .......... I thought I would ask everyone to think of a good registered name for him, of coursxe with the "Briarcliff" prefix
    Great pictures, Hershey is so cute. I don't know much about registered names - is there a limit to the number of names you can have in the title?

    How about something like:

    Briarcliffe Hershey the little golden lion.

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    thank you, please feel free to send it in to a calendar company if u wish

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    I love the pics! I usually choose short hair dogs because I don't like to mess with hair all that much, not even my own, LOL. As for the registered name... I don't really have a clue. The last dog I had that needed a registered name was my Shar-Pei in 1996. Her name ended up being Half-Pint Baby Hansen, not too original considering she was called Half-Pint since she was born (she was the runt of the litter our dog had) & I nicknamed her Baby. My maiden name was Hansen & there ya go, that was her name.

    How about Bearcliffe Hershey's Golden Lion? I do agree with Stephanie, he does look a bit like a lion in that topknot.

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    Great pictures you have posted. Thanks for the share. Cute.

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    Have you chosen a name yet? Please let us know what you came up with.




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