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I thik the kennel name should be short and mean something to you.... but I also think it should be easy for people to say and spell... if you are planning on breeding someday and having your own line then that is something to consider... if at this point it is just for your dogs that is different.
Personally I like the first one and I would perhaps take the word Lane off of it ... it shortens it up and if you move it still works....
I do like the last one but there is a golden dreams kennel... but also my concern would be that people will massacre the spelling... i know I would honestly... also in kennel names it seems that irish dogs have irish kennel names, italian dogs have italian kennel names, goldens have english/scottish kennel names, etc etc.. not that you have to stick with this convention of course but it does seem to be the norm....
I personally don't like anything that ist he persons name as the kennel name... reminds me to much of byb'ers, and I dont typically like the world golden in a kennel name...
I do like Jeweled.... that could be my favorite actually because of the above.... easy to say, easy to spell, short enough to add a registered name to it... sounds classy.... yeah I think of those above i do think that is the best for practical reasons...
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