What In the World?!

Monday, December 19, 2011


I'd like to pause in the Christmas action to introduce you to two new studio mates. I saw their weird little faces on Ebay and they had to come home. Standoffish, spotted, great at perching.

Name suggestions?

12 comments:

martinealison said...

Adorables... Joyeuses fĂȘtes.
Gros bisous

the f(Art)sy one said...

I think that they look like a Herald and Armand lol

JaneA said...

L. M. Montgomery (of Anne of Green Gables fame) had them in her house on Prince Edward Island and named them "Gog" and "Magog." I have a green pair, and I've named them that in honour of the great author's porcelain dogs. :-)

I love them!

Jackie said...

Dot and Dash...

Amanda Laurel Atkins said...

staffordshire dogs!! My mom got me a pair for my graduation a few years ago. They have a great story that you will love. Back in the day, when husbands were going out to see on baots, the wives would turn the staffordshire dogs to be facing out the window waiting for the husband to return. Isn't that so romantic?!

www.juliadenos.com said...

OK I had a FEELING there was something extra special about these little pups....how have I gone through life not knowing about the romantic Staffordshire dogs?

Jane, I love the background on Gog and Magog! Thanks for the names ideas folks.

Becca said...

Hee hee! These little guys are great! I'd go for Engleburt and Humperdink! :) x

Christina said...

Gog and Magog! (or as Walter, Anne's son said, "This is God, and this is My God!"

neora chana said...

Percival and Dorander

www.juliadenos.com said...

LOVE all the suggestions-made me giggle. I think I HAVE to go with Percival and Dorander, Neora!

Kathie said...

As a Prince Edward Islander I definitely have to go with Gog and Magog.

posse said...

randolph and mortimer duke