DogPics of Eon, Joey, Bear, and FeeFee.
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Napoleon "Eon" - male, black miniature poodle, born 11/8/1999
Name: Every Josephine needs a Napoleon, so his name was an easy one.
Traits: He is a clinically depressed fecophiliac, with a severe Oedipus complex, other than that, he's wonderful. Ever loyal to his mother, he slips into occasional fits of depression, sitting in his mothers spot on the couch while she's away. He plays well with the other dogs, but he is happiest sitting alone in a corner.
Josephine "Joey" - female, black miniature poodle, born 11/30/1999
Name: The day she was bought, I put her in a baby sling and carried her everywhere I went. The name Joey seemed fitting, as young marsupials, like kangaroos, are called joeys.
Traits: She is by far the smartest dog I've ever known, and she loves to perform tricks. She's very energetic, and never tires of playing fetch.
Kodiak Bear "Bear" - male, chocolate miniature poodle, born 9/16/2000
Name: The breeders called him Bear, because of his round bottom and a short stubby tail. I added Kodiak to his name. At first I planned on calling him Kodi for short, but somehow he ended up as Bear.
Traits: Similar to Joey, Bear is very active, agile, and playful. Unlike Joey, he can be very timid, and less sure of himself.
Java Toffee "FeeFee" - female, chocolate miniature poodle, born 9/9/2000
Name: Her name, was the strangest pick of all. Her mothers name was Mocha. Which brought up memories of a favorite ice cream, Java Toffee. The word toffee sounds very similar to FeeFee, which seems French. When people think of poodles, they often think of France, so it was a done deal. Probably not the best way to name your dog
Traits: Do the names Jekyll and Hyde give you a clue? With humans, she is the sweetest thing in the world. Light as a feather, she will curl up with you, and you will barely notice her. On occasion she will gently give you one or two tiny kisses, and lay her head quietly on your shoulder. However, with her brothers and sister, she's a pill. Outsized and outweighed, this little girl holds her own and keeps her siblings in check.
Amanda's Grooming, Dog Groomer, Webster Groves, Missouri