So far he's unnamed. (The rescue group was calling him "Mork," but he doesn't seem to answer to it reliably, anyway.) I'm leaning toward "Hank."
How adorable! He looks like a Hank :-)
Looks like a Monty to me. :) Or maybe I've read 25th Hour too many times.He's bloody adorable either way!
I like Hank, too. Then you can call him Henry when he gets in trouble :)
Hank is beautiful! Even has a smile on his face.
I have to say, I like Monty a whole lot. But Hank is very cool too. Either way, that's one rockin' dog.Of course, Bryan wants to name our next dog "Yogurt."
i saw the light, i saw the lightno more darkness, no more nightnow i'm so happy no sorrow in sightpraise the lord, I saw the light!
CUTENESS!!!And now you have one of each both furless and furred. OMG it's a rectangle of fambly love.
He looks like either a Hank, a Frank, or even a Shank, if he's the backstabber type.
as long as you don't call him late for dinner.Ha HA.Hank works for me!
How cute!!! He's a doll. I love the name Hank/Henry. I think it's so cute when dogs have relatively human names like... Steve or Frank. I think Woody and Zeke like their names. They sure do fit their personalities.
I like Hank. You can yell "Hank!!" unlike some names. Try yelling Sassafras or Misegenation. Hank sounds sturdy, dependable, solid. Hank sounds like a dog that can withstand just about anything as long as the meals are plentiful and on time. He looks a little uncertain of his place in the family - definitely low dog on the totem pole in terms of pack status but I rather suspect he will look quite nice dressed in doll clothes and will endure the occasional wearing of sweet Liam's cast offs for the amusement of the younger generation.I personally think he would look jaunty in a bowler with a collar and tie but then I have been known to have certain aberrant urges when it comes to the dignity of the doglings.Welcome to the granddog pack, Hank.
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