Dog Names Meaning Energetic in Pop Culture
A fictional Rowdy is a character on the television comedy Scrubs. Rather, Rowdy is a stuffed dog that is often the punchline of many jokes on the show. Doctors Turk and J.D. own Rowdy, and they often use Rowdy to pull pranks on fellow characters. One frequently recurring gag is when Turk and J.D. put Rowdy in unexpected places - in front of their neighbor's door or guarding the shoes in Carla's closet. Friends of the pair have learned to look out for Rowdy, and they really don't mind his presence. Interestingly enough, Turk and J.D. are attached to their stuffed companion.
A second pup with the moniker Rowdy is a rather famous Labrador Retriever in his home state of Oregon. You see, Rowdy was born with a rare skin condition, vitiligo. Vitiligo is a condition in which the skin begins to lose pigment. In Rowdy's case, the fur right around his eyes began turning white, giving him the appearance of a white mask. In fact, Rowdy's owners are often stopped and asked if they painted the white circles around his eyes. However, this is not the only thing that makes Rowdy special. According to his owners, the Umbenhowers, Rowdy survived not one, but two, life-threatening situations. Rowdy has survived poisoning after drinking contaminated river water (his stomach had to be pumped after the ordeal). Then, Rowdy was shot mistakenly by police during a burglary.
In April 2017, Rowdy was happy to meet a young man who also suffers from vitiligo. Eight-year-old Carter was diagnosed with vitiligo at the age of five, and Rowdy's owners agreed that meeting the pup might help Carter understand his diagnosis a little better. At the time, Rowdy had been experiencing vitiligo for approximately three years. Of course, Carter enjoyed playing with Rowdy very much. Part of the reason that Carter's mom reached out to Rowdy's family was because the Umbenhowers began posting pictures of Rowdy on Instagram, Facebook, and other social media outlets. The idea was to get the message out about Rowdy's condition, and, hopefully, help some humans with the condition.
Dog Name Meaning Energetic Considerations
Another surprisingly energetic dog is the Weimaraner. In addition to being quick, brave, and extremely smart, the Weimaraner loves to hunt. In fact, kept inside - even inside a fenced-in area - for too long, the Weimaraner becomes sulky and unhappy. He loves to accompany his owners anywhere and everywhere. Two other primarily hunting breeds are just as high-energy as the Weimaraner. The Pointer requires daily exercise, and, left to their own devices, the Pointer will chase small game in an effort to burn off some of that energy. The English Springer Spaniel is much the same, finding mischief when not properly exercised.
Other breeds are known for their high levels of energy. The Jack Russell Terrier (think My Dog Skip) is always on the go, can jump tall fences, and loves to find adventure. The Miniature Pinscher (or Min Pin) is also ready for any adventure. Certainly, each of the aforementioned breeds deserves a name which depicts their energy levels!
Community Dogs with Names Meaning Energetic
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