whilst in my vets once, my vet kept calling this hamster (or rat?, something small and hiding!) Charlie .... but it turned out to be the owners name!
Imagine the scene your friends/vet reception asks you whats your pets names - or even funnier imagine everyone's face when the vet comes out to call you into the consultation rooms and calls their names out
Well I thought it was funny at half five this morning... Does anyone have any really funny duo names ?
Jane's Colonel Colin stopped with me for a little while before she got him.
At the vet's they called out "Colonel Colin of The Third Lopsley Regiment Weeks"
I also named a foster Snugglebun
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We've had rabbits called Knightrider and Wonderwoman stay with us before, and as gorgeous as they are, I was so glad they didn't need a trip to the vets whilst with us.
We've also had pigs stay called Elvis and Ronan
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Custardapple Furrypods glares at anyone who dares to laugh at her name...
Tippex Porkychicken got a smirk from the bunny vet
Not as good as some of those ones but I had a 'Mrs Big Grey Bunny' and 'Kevin and Perry 'always seem to make people laugh too.
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My Hair dresser has 2 buns called vera and Wang
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I have Mr Chalk and Mr Cheese the rats in at the moment.
Slave to : Misty, Matty,Luna and Zaphod the buns, Tallulah, Poppy, Spider my girly rattlets Mr Chalk and Mr Cheese the boy ratties and Cleo the cat.
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I have a bun called Madam... so "Madam Tunstall" gets called out by our vet... needless to say people do take notice!
i never really understand why vets put the pets name with the owners surname?! surely they just feel like a wally most of the time?