Congratulations! I have a black brindle too- and they are really stunning as their stripes come in. Maybe a name will come to you when you meet him!
I have 2- Juno is my red female, she is 2 years old (she'll turn 3 in about a month). Her registered name is Yamabushi no Momiji Juno. Momiji means autumn foliage/red maple tree. Yamabushi is the name of her kennel. I chose Momiji because we live in Vermont, known for its colorful autumns and maple syrup. I chose Juno because it is a strong female name that doesnt sound like any of my other dogs' names. I call her Juno, Juju, Junebug, Bug and all sorts of other nicknames.Matsu is my black brindle male. He is 15 months old. His registered name is Yamabushi no Kanjiki Matsumori-Go. Again, Yamabushi is his breeder, Kanjiki are traditional Japanese round wooden snowshoes, and Matsumori = "pine forest." Matsu has very round webbed feet, like snowshoes, and our land is next to the Green Mountain National Forest, so it's very piney here. I call him Matsu or Mats (which sounds like "Mahts"), Mr Black, KuroMatsu (Black pine) or if he has been exceptional "Matsu-Freakin'-Mori!!" :)Because we enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle, I gave my kais outdoorsy names.
Aww what a little cutie!
@ayk i know his mom is yum yum, black brindle female. And the dad is a red brindle male (45 lbs) she sent me pics of parents but forgot to mention the dad's name. I might ask her later when i come pick this little guy up on tuesday next week
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