Oh. Sorry. I'm just used to giving detailed descriptions of things, because I'm starting a career as an author, and I kind of have two modes. One day I'm straight forward and average, then the next day I forget to snap out of "book mode" and say something detailed/cheesy like "galaxy eyes". I know... I reacted the same way when I read it over. My reaction: "Eww I seriously said that? Wtf I was so main stream 1 day ago."
I don't have a problem with detailed descriptions (like covering what a character looks like and aspects of their personality), but it gets a little to bogged down with "galaxy eyes" and saying someone's personality is like "poisoned honey" (which I'm not sure is even the correct description to Aphrodite). You also removed the detail of Nova being a Cocker Spaniel.
Maybe it was just sensitive to it. You know that Cocker Spaniel is a breed of dog, right? I looked into it, and apparently there's an American Cocker Spaniel and an English Cocker Spaniel. But either way, it's still a word.