And when I say tough dogs, I mean those that look tough.
Big square heads, broad bodies and a stance that says they mean business.
Owner’s reaction to my shocked look: “It’s a dog park [It wasn’t…].
They should not bring kids here.” Malinois/Greyhound mix who is infamous in our park for repeatedly lunging (and chasing when off-leash) at joggers, photographers, skate-boarders, cyclists, …
What sort of a mother would she be to trust in the common sense of a perfect stranger (the dog owner)? Tough sounding dog names don’t automatically mean that your pup is the meanest on the block. On the other hand, tough police dog names, for example, definitely serve a specific purpose.Whether you want to give an air of serious business to your fur baby, or you just love a serious name, there are some great ideas in the world of tough dog names.Even lovely Labs can rock this look – especially the broader show line dogs.A slightly tough look, inevitably followed up by dozens of licks, snuggles and a seriously cheerful doggy grin.