We have a name!! 🙌❤️

Shall I keep you in suspense or just tell you ❤️🙌❤️ hmm lol … just kidding… if I am excited I will tell you … but I have to dangle for one minute lol

We both LOVE the name! So we gonna run with it…

Ladies and Gentleman – introducing :

“Anubis”

If you know your history… Egyptian history … Anubis was the Egyptian god of death, mummification, embalming, the afterlife, cemeteries, tombs, and the underworld. Was the protector of graves since the 1st dynasty. ❤️

In the 7th century BC, the god was known as Anpu or Inpu – The root of the name Anpu, in ancient Egyptian language, means “a royal child” ❤️

The root of the name “Inpu” means “to decay”

When I was little – I was a little Irish girl obsessed with everything Egyptian lol … I always watched the documentaries and I wanted to be archeologist – how amazing would that be?

Their burial practices and beliefs was always always always interesting to me, and always have been drawn to it.

Totally NOT Egyptian lol – at all … but the history of Egypt 🇪🇬 always stunned me …over all other histories – even as little little girl – even though I was little red headed Irish girl – I was sure god got it wrong, and I was supposed to be Egyptian lol – surely I was Cleopatra reincarnated lol 😉 … I was really little lol … my dad watched a lot of National Geographic – he even got the magazines … so ya know 🤷‍♀️

Anyway… so we picked Anubis ❤️ I am the master of Anubis lol … omg yay and now I love him even more!! He looks just like Anubis … the ears ❤️

Tell me this isn’t Anubis sleeping lol ❤️ look at the ears!! Omg

And then he is black mostly …

Black was a color that symbolized regeneration, life, the soil of the Nile River, and the discoloration of the corpse after embalming.

I am in love with and protected by Anubis 🙌❤️ I am thrilled with him and his name ❤️

And he’s perfect ❤️

My little Anubis ❤️👏👏👏

My daughter says – wait … what are you gonna call him for short?

I said “I dunno ? Noob? “ lol he is a bit of a noob at the moment lol

She said “MUM! Do not call him Noob” lol

I was only teasing … we can say Anpu or Anu maybe Nubis? whatever – I will try not to call him Noob ❤️… except when he pees in my house!! listen noob lol …I’m kidding – I love my little Anubis ❤️👏👏

I just like the whole name so … so far … I have her going with it 👏👏

I think she let me have it cause today at work was really hard – so I was little beat up… so when I suggested – she say yeah ok… that’s fine… then I got all excited with Anubis ❤️

And since he come to work with me – how fitting ❤️

Also – you should see how families react omg … it’s incredible! They come in crushed – we help them through and then we ASK if any allergies or aversion to dogs …and if they would like to see the new mascot and emotional support. Literally everyone just lights up to see him and he eats it up completely – like he’s a little star or something ❤️

Now I have a name to introduce him with ❤️🙌 and it’s brilliant ❤️

He escorted dead kings into the afterlife ❤️ my baby ❤️ my little Anubis ❤️

I am so very delighted ❤️❤️👏👏👏

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    1. Yes ❤️ a bit unconventional and different … but then love my job and love the industry and the people – so why not reflect in his name since he with me ❤️

      Means a lot to me – the people I’ve met or crossed paths with

      I think it fits him too – he walks around like it lol ❤️

      Plus those ears ❤️ and he happened to fall in my lap 😮❤️

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      1. I had a Rotty/Dober mix many years ago, they do make incredibly loyal breeds. I called him Yama which is the Indian god of the dead – for me it was because he was a guardian. My finance at the time [she became my devil wife] liked the name Rad and so he became YamaRad.

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