Megan Dotinga holds her dog, Royce, at the Fort Woof Dog Park earlier this month. She said she named the dog after the luxury vehicle. Since she likely won’t ever own such an expensive vehicle, she might as well name her dog after one.
Megan Dotinga holds her dog, Royce, at the Fort Woof Dog Park earlier this month. She said she named the dog after the luxury vehicle. Since she likely won’t ever own such an expensive vehicle, she might as well name her dog after one. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram
Megan Dotinga holds her dog, Royce, at the Fort Woof Dog Park earlier this month. She said she named the dog after the luxury vehicle. Since she likely won’t ever own such an expensive vehicle, she might as well name her dog after one. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram

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