dog equivalent of meowmy

missymotus

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I'm wondering what the dog equivalent of meowmy is?
 

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Originally Posted by missymotus

I'm wondering what the dog equivalent of meowmy is?
How about "Dogma"?
I think Doggymom is cute though.
 

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My dog just calls me Scooby Doo.....then again, he calls everyone Scooby Doo.
It's the only thing he knows how to say
 
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thanks everyone for the cute responses
 

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Please don't be offended, dog owners ( I intend to get one myself soon) but the first word that occurred to me was 'Barmy'!
 

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It's true, he's obscessed

He actually watches the cartoon too, weird dog.
Worst is, he's a talker, never in my life have I had a big dog that was a talker, all of my little dogs were though.
 

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The best one I've heard (used by an Italian-speaking Swiss-German-speaking Swiss couple) is "bellissima", which in Italian means "very beautiful", but plays on the German "bellen", which means "to bark". In other words, this guy's very beautiful wife is also their "barker's mom". I didn't catch on till I heard her call him "bellissipapa".
 
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