Wow Ricky ... for English not being your first language, you certainly have mastered it. I guess I should have realized from your location that it wasn't but you'd sure never know it from your posts.
How many languages do you speak?
My dog's name is Moche (pronounced moe-chay). We were watching TLC one night, long before Moche was even born, and saw a program on the Moche people. My chick and I turned to each other and said at the same time, "That's our dog's name!" And so it was.
The Moche are very interesting. Here's some info:
The Moche inhabited a series of river valleys along the arid coastal plain of northern Peru from about A.D. 100 to 800. Through farming and fishing, they supported a dense population and highly stratified society that constructed irrigation canals, pyramids, palaces, and temples. Although they had no writing system, the Moche left a vivid artistic record of their activities in beautiful ceramic vessels, elaborately woven textiles, colorful murals, and wondrous objects of gold, silver, and copper.
They were also very blood-thirsty, with the whole human sacrifice and skinning people alive and whatnot. The name suits our dog ... she's smart as anything, but does have a hint of the Moche aggression!
Anyway, probably way more information than you wanted.
And yes, Peapod fits the name as well.