Sure, call him whatever you like as long as you do so with love. However, do be careful about his weight. 10 pounds extra on a dog, is a LOT MORE (percentage wise) of being overweight, than 10 pounds on you!
https://www.petmd.com/dog/care/how-calculate-your-… wight can signal lower than normal thyroid levels, or just being overfed and under-exercised. But either way, extra weight will lead to other problems – such as greater risk when under anesthesia, a higher risk of diabetes (shorter life span) & of physical injuries to the: spine, knee-caps, cruciate ligaments, or the hip joints. And that means = $$$$$ out of YOUR pocket, that you could prevent.