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Famous Dogs and Famous Dog Names (with Info and Images)

including dogs in movies, TV, books, comics and history

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Abu, dog in (The Thief of Bagdad)

Abu


The dog that the evil Jaffar turns the boy thief into in the movie The Thief of Bagdad, about the adventures of a naive King of Bagdad and a young thief, with a beautiful princess, a flying carpet, an all-seeing eye and a genie (djinn).

Mixed breed

Movie: 1940.

Ace, dog in (Ace of Hearts)

Ace


Dan's dog in the movie Ace of Hearts, about a K-9 dog accused of mauling a police suspect and his trainer's efforts to clear him

German Shepherd

Movie: 2008.

Ace Hart Private Eye Dog, dog in (Dog City)

Ace Hart Private Eye Dog


(See also Eliot Shaq and Rosie O'Grady)

The detective in the animated TV series Dog City with puppetry; created by Jim Henson.

(Also in the series are dogs Bugsy, Vile Eddie, Colleen, Mad Dog, Frisky and others.)

German Shepherd

TV series: 1992-1995.

Ace the Bat-Hound, dog in (Bat Man)

Ace the Bat-Hound


(Alternate image of Ace on New Earth

Bruce Wayne's dog in the comics Bat Man, as dog partner with Batman and Robin; by DC Comics.

(More about Ace the Bat-Hound.)

German Shepherd

Later Ace was a Puggle.

Comic strip: 1955-1964.

Ace the Wonder Dog, dog in (The Adventures of Rusty)

Ace the Wonder Dog


Dog actor in the movie The Adventures of Rusty and many others from 1938-1946 including the 1943 serial The Phantom.

(More about Ace)

German Shepherd

Dog: 1937-1947.

Movies: 1938-1946.

Adolph, dog in (Dinglehoofer und His Dog Adolph)

Adolph


(Later known as Schnappsy)

In the comic strip Dinglehoofer und His Dog Adolph; by Harold Knerr. Note: when Adolph Hitler came to power the dog became Schnappsy.

Dachshund

Comic strip: 1926-1949.

Agent 11, dog in (See Spot Run)

Agent 11


(Also known as Spot)

Gordon's dog in the movie See Spot Run, about a mailman who takes in a stray bullmastiff only to learn that it is a trained FBI dog.

(Also in the movie is dog Talia.)

Bullmastiff

Movie: 2001.

Albert, dog in (Live a Little Love a Little)

Albert


Greg's dog in the movie Live a Little Love a Little, about a photographer who divides his time working for a skin magazine and a conservative newspaper and falls in love with a fashion model; starring Elvis Presley.

Great Dane

Movie: 1968.

Alex, dog in (Stroh's beer)

Alex


In advertisements for Stroh's beer, currently made by the Pabst Brewing Company.

Golden Retriever

Ads: 1980s.

Alexander, dog in (FullMetal Alchemist)

Alexander


Nina Tucker's dog in the Japanese comic (manga) FullMetal Alchemist, about two alchemist brothers searching for the legendary Philosopher's Stone which would allow them to recover their bodies.

(Also in the comic are dogs Black Hayate and Den.)

Great Pyrenees

Comic: 2004-2010.

Algonquin, dog in (Elvira, Mistress of the Dark)

Algonquin


The dog Elvira inherits in the movie Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, about famed horror hostess Elvira who goes to a stuffy New England town to claim her inheritance of a haunted house.

Poodle

Movie: 1988.

Alistair, dog in (Crystal Tipps and Alistair)

Alistair


Crystal's friend in the British animated TV series Crystal Tipps and Alistair, 5 minute shows; created by Hilary Hayton and Graham McCallum and shown on the BBC.

Generic

TV series: 1971-1974.

Allen, dog in (The King of Queens)

Allen


Spence's dog in the TV series The King of Queens, about a portly parcel deliveryman whose Queens castle is invaded by his father-in-law after the old man burns down his own house.

Pug

TV series: 1998-2007.

Ambrosius, dog in (Labyrinth)

Ambrosius


Sarah's dog in the movie fantasy Labyrinth, about a woman's quest to reach the center of an enormous otherworldly maze to rescue her infant brother; starring David Bowie.

Old English Sheepdog

Movie: 1986.

Andrew, dog in (Mary Poppins)

Andrew


The family dog in the movie Mary PoppinsJulie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke.

Bearded Collie

mix

Movie: 1964.

Andy, dog in (Mark Trail)

Andy


Mark's faithful dog in the comic strip Mark Trail, about an outdoor magazine writer whose assignments lead him into danger and adventure; by Ed Dodd.

St. Bernard

Comic strip: 1946-present.

Angus, dog in (Mr. Magoo)

Angus


Mr. Magoo's dog in the movie Mr. Magoo, about a myopic millionaire who defeats jewel smugglers in his usual bumbling manner; based upon the cartoon character; starring Leslie Nielson.

Bulldog

Movie: 1997.

Anwar Sadat, dog in (I Love You Man)

Anwar Sadat


Sydney's dog in the movie I Love You Man, about a friendless guy who goes on a series of man-dates to find a Best Man for his wedding.

Puggle

Puggle

Crossbreed of a beagle and a pug

Movie: 2009.

Apollo and Zeus, dog in (Magnum-P.I.)

Apollo and Zeus


Guard dogs of the estate called Robin's Nest in the TV series Magnum-P.I., about a private detective who lives on the estate; starring Tom Selleck and John Hillerman.

Doberman Pinschers

TV series: 1980-1988.

Argos, dog in (Odyssey)

Argos


Odysseus' faithful dog in the Greek epic poem Odyssey by Homer.

More about Argos.

Unknown

Dog: 8th century BC.

Argus, dog in (Familiar Strangers)

Argus


The family dog in the movie Familiar Strangers, about a four-day Thanksgiving family gathering.

Irish Red and White Setter

Movie: 2007.

Arnold, dog in (Life Goes On)

Arnold


The family dog in the TV series Life Goes On, about the problems and joys of a family one of whose members has Down syndrome but goes to ordinary school.

American Pit Bull

and Terrier Mix

TV series: 1989-1993.

Arnold, dog in (Entourage)

Arnold


Turtle's dog inn the TV series Entourage, about the life of an actor trying to find success.

Rottweiler

TV series: 2004-2011.

Arthur, dog in (Beginners)

Arthur


Oliver's adopted dog in the movie Beginners, about a young man who has to deal with his elderly father who he finds out has terminal cancer and has a young male lover; starring Ewan McGregor.

Jack Russell Terrier

Movie: 2010.

Asta, dog in (The Thin Man)

Asta


The Charles' dog in the book The Thin Man, about a private detective and his wife who solve crimes in Prohibition-era New York City; written by Dashiell Hammett.

Wire Fox Terrier

Book: 1934.

Asta, dog in (The Thin Man)

Asta


The Charles' dog in the movies The Thin Man, played by Skippy; starring starring William Powell and Myrna Loy; based on the book by Dashiell Hammett.

Wire Fox Terrier

Movies: 1930s.

Asta, dog in (The Thin Man)

Asta


The Charles' dog in the TV series The Thin Man; starring Peter Lawford and Phyllis Kirk; based on the book by Dashiell Hammett.

Wire Fox Terrier

TV series: 1959-1960.

Asta, dog in (Skippy)

Asta


The dog actor originally named Skippy who starred in many of the "Thin Man" movies in the late 1930s.

Wire Fox Terrier

Dog: 1931-1940.

Astro, dog in (The Jetsons)

Astro


The family dog in the animated TV series The Jetsons, about a family in the future; by Hanna-Barbera.

Great Dane

TV series: 1962-1963 1985-1987.

Augie Doggie, dog in (The Quick Draw McGraw Show)

Augie Doggie


(See also Doggie Daddy and Snuffles)

Doggie Daddy's pup in the animated TV series The Quick Draw McGraw Show; by Hanna-Barbera.

(More about Augie Doggie)

Generic

TV series: 1959-1960.

Aussie, dog in (Aussie and Ted's Great Adventure)

Aussie


In the movie Aussie and Ted's Great Adventure, about an Australian mutt who embarks on a mission to return his young owner's missing Teddy Bear.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2009.

Axel, dog in (Fusco Brothers)

Axel


The brothers' dog in the comic strip Fusco Brothers; by J.C. Duffy.

Generic

Comic strip: 1989-present.

Axelrod, dog in (Flying

Axelrod


In advertisments for Flying "A" Service Station; owned by Tidewater Oil Company.

Basset Hound

Ads: 1965-1966.

B. Dawg, dog in (Space Buddies)

B. Dawg


(See also Buddha, Budderball, Mudbud, and Rosebud)

One of the talking puppies in the movie Space Buddies, about the buddies getting aboard the space shuttle; also in the 2008 movie Space Buddies.

(Also in the movie is dog Spudnick.)

Golden Retriever

Movies: 2008, 2009.

Babydoll, dog in (Heavy Petting)

Babydoll


Daphne's dog in the movie Heavy Petting, about a guy who falls in love with his girlfriend's dog and out of love with her.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2007.

Backup, dog in (Veronica Mars)

Backup


Veronica's dog in the TV series Veronica Mars, about a high school girl who solves mysteries. Also a movie; starring Kristen Bell.

Pit Bull

TV series: 2004-2007.

Movie:2014.

Bailey, dog in (The Adventures of Bailey: The Lost Pup)

Bailey


In the movie The Adventures of Bailey: The Lost Pup, about a family who moves to a new home and mistakenly leaves their puppy behind.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2010.

Bailey, dog in (Bailey's Billion$)

Bailey


Constance's heir to a fortune in the movie Bailey's Billion$, about a talking dog whose devoted owner leaves him a billion-dollar fortune.

(Also in the movie is Border Collie Tessa.)

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2005.

Balto, dog in (Balto)

Balto


(See also Jenna)

In the animated movie Balto, based on a true story.

(Also appearing are dogs Steele, Kaltag, Star, Nikki, Dixie and Sylvie.)

(Sequels include Balto II and Balto III.)

Siberian Husky

Movies: 1995, 2002-2004.

Balto, dog in (serum run to Nome)

Balto


The dog who led a team on the final leg of the 1925 serum run to Nome. A statue of Balto sculpted by Frederick Roth was erected in NYC's Central Park on Dec. 17 1925.

(More about Balto)

Siberian Husky

Dog: 1919-1933.

Bamse, dog in (World War II)

Bamse


The heroic mascot during World War II of the Free Norwegian Forces.

(More about Bamse.)

St. Bernard

Dog: 1937-1944.

Bandit, dog in (Little House on the Prairie)

Bandit


(See also Jack)

The second family dog in the books and TV series Little House on the Prairie; based on the memories of Laura Ingalls Wilder's childhood in the Midwest region of the United States during the late 19th century.

Bulldog

(mixed breed in TV series)

Book: 1935-1943, 1962, 1971, 1974.

TV series: 1977-1983.

Bandit, dog in (We3)

Bandit


One of the 3 animal weapons fleeing captivity in the comic book series We3; created by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely.

Labrador Retriever

Comic books: 2004.

Bandit, dog in (Jonny Quest)

Bandit


Jonny's dog in the animated TV series Jonny Quest, about a boy who accompanies his father on extraordinary adventures; by Hanna Barbera.

Terrier

TV cartoon: 1964-1965.

Banks, dog in (Barkeater Lake)

Banks


An erudite dog in the comic strip Barkeater Lake, about the surreal misadventures of a big-city expatriate eccentric locals and the two owner of local gathering spot; by cartoonist Corey Pandolph.

Mixed breed

Comic strip: 2004-2009.

Banner, dog in (More Than Puppy Love)

Banner


The Barnett family dog in the TV movie More Than Puppy Love, about an serive puppy adopted by a family who find it hard to part with it when the time comes.

Labrador Retriever

Movie: 2012.

Barfy, dog in (Family Circus)

Barfy


(See also Sam in alternate image.)

The first family dog in the comic strip Family Circus, about a typical American family; created by Bil Keene.

Labrador Retriever

Comic strip: 1960-present.

Barkley, dog in (Sesame Street)

Barkley


In the TV series Sesame Street, a puppet originally named Woof-Woof.

Generic

TV series: 1969-1999.

Barkley, dog in (Clean Slate)

Barkley


Pogue's dog one-eyed dog in the movie Clean Slate, a private detective who forgets everything when he goes to sleep and becomes the key witness in a murder trial.

Jack Russell Terrier

Movie: 1994.

Barkleys, the, dog in (The Barkleys)

Barkleys, the


A dog family in the animated TV series The Barkleys, inspired by hit sitcom All in the Family; produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises.

(The family includes Arnie his wife Agnes and their children Terry Roger and Chester.)

Generic

TV series: 1972-1973.

Barky Marky, dog in (Tiny Toon Adventures)

Barky Marky


In the animated movie Tiny Toon Adventures, about a group of young cartoon characters who attend a school called Acme Looniversity to be the next generation of Looney Tunes characters; created by Tom Ruegger.

Generic

Movie: 1990.

Barney, dog in (President George W. Bush)

Barney


Pet dog of President George W. Bush.

(More about Barney)

(Also a pet of the president was an English Springer Spaniel named Spot whose mother was Millie Barabra Bush's dog.)

Scottish Terrier

Dog: 2000-2013.

Barney, dog in (Blue Peter)

Barney


Blue Peter's dog in the British live-action TV series for children Blue Peter where the presenters show the viewers how to make things, how to care for your pet and other features. Blue's prior dogs were Petra, Patch, Shep, Goldie, Bonnie, Mabel, Lucy and Meg.

Irish Setter

(Dachshund cross)

TV series: 1958-present.

Barney, dog in (Barney)

Barney


In the British animated TV series Barney, about a dog who has many adventures with a mouse friend.

(Also in the series are dogs Desmond an Afghan Hound, Prophet a Spaniel, and Camelia a Chihuahua.)

Old English Sheepdog

TV series: 1988-1989.

Barney, dog in (Gremlins)

Barney


Billy's dog in the movie Gremlins, about a group of teens who must deal with a foul beast during their last outing together.

Border Terrier mix

Movie: 1984.

Barnyard Dawg, dog in (Walky Talkly Hawky)

Barnyard Dawg


(Also known as George P. Dog and Mandrake)

In the animated movie Walky Talkly Hawky; a Looney Tunes cartoon about Foghorn Leghorn.

Basset Hound

Movie: 1946-1963.

Barry, dog in (Great St. Bernard Pass)

Barry


The mountain rescue dog who saved 40 lives at the Great St. Bernard Pass.

(More about Barry)

St. Bernard

Dog: 1800-1814.

Bart, dog in (Kate & Leopold)

Bart


Stuart's dog in the movie Kate & Leopold, about an Englishman from the 1870s who comes to the 21st century and falls in love with a successful business woman; starring Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman.

Anatolian Shepherd

Movie: 2001.

Bascomb Mr., dog in (Hollywood or Bust)

Bascomb Mr.


Malcom Smith's drooling dog in the movie Hollywood or Bust, about a singer who can't pay his bookie and a nerdy movie fan with his Great Dane in a convertible ride to Hollywood; starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

Great Dane

Movie: 1956.

Baxter, dog in (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy)

Baxter


Ron's dog in the movie Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, about a macho narcissistic news anchor from the 1970s; starring Will Ferrell.

Terrier

mix

Movie: 2004.

Baxter, dog in (Baxter)

Baxter


Madame Deville's dog in the French movie Baxter, about a murderous bull terrier who tells the story of his search for a proper master.

Bull Terrier

Movie: 1989.

Bayard, dog in (Alice in Wonderland)

Bayard


The Red Queen's dog in the fantasy live-action/animated movie Alice in Wonderland directed by Tim Burton and based on the 1865 novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

Bloodhound

Movie: 2010.

Beagle Boys, dog in (Beagle Boys)

Beagle Boys


A gang of criminals who constantly try to rob Scrooge McDuck in the Walt Disney comic series Beagle Boys; created by Carl Barks.

Beagles

Comics: 1951.

Bear, dog in (Person of Interest)

Bear


Reese's dog in the TV series Person of Interest, about a former CIA agent who is recruited by an reclusive billionaire to prevent violent crimes.

Belgian Shepherd

TV series: 2011-now.

Beasley, dog in (Short Circuit)

Beasley


Stephanie's 3 legged dog in the movie Short Circuit, about an endearing little robot that escapes from an experimental electronics firm and takes refuge with a loopy woman who thinks it is an extraterrestrial; starring Ally Sheedy.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1987.

Beast, dog in (The Sandlot)

Beast


(Real name is Hercules)

The dog beyond the fence in the movie The Sandlot, about a bunch of boys playing baseball and having to deal with the a ferocious dog who has their ball.

Mastiff English

Movie: 1993.

Beatrice, dog in (Best in Show)

Beatrice


(See also Winky, Miss Agness, Hubert, and Rhapsody in White)

Meg and Hamilton Swan's dog in the movie Best in Show, about five dogs and their owners at the Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show held in Philadelphia.

Weimaraner

Movie: 2000.

Beauregard Bugleboy, dog in (Pogo)

Beauregard Bugleboy


(Also known as Beauregard Chaulmoogra Frontenac de Montmingle Bugleboy)

In the comic strip Pogo, set in the Okefenokee Swamp of the southeastern United States and engaging in social and political satire; created by Walt Kelly.

Bloodhound

Comic strip: 1948-1975.

Beautiful Joe, dog in (Beautiful Joe)

Beautiful Joe


In the book Beautiful Joe, about an abused dog who is rescued; written by Margaret Marshall Saunders.

Bull Terrier

and Fox Terrier mix

Book: 1893.

Beck, dog in (Beck)

Beck


Ryusuke's dog in the Japanese comic books, animated TV series and live-action movie Beck about a teenage boy and his pursuit of a music career.

Generic

Comics: 1999-2008.

TV series: 2004-2005.

Movie: 2010.

Beegle Beagle, dog in (The Great Grape Ape Show)

Beegle Beagle


Great Ape's friend in the animated TV series The Great Grape Ape Show, about a 40-foot-tall purple gorilla and his canine pal who travel the countryside; by Hanna-Barbera.

Beagle

TV series: 1975-1978.

Beethoven, dog in (Beethoven)

Beethoven


(Also see the animated TV series Beethoven

The Newton's dog in the movie Beethoven and its five sequels.

(Also in the second movie are dogs Missy, Chubby, Dolly, Tchaikovsky, and Moe. And in the fourth movie dog Michealangelo.)

St. Bernard

Movies: 1992-2003.

Beethoven, dog in (Beethoven)

Beethoven


(Also see the live-action movies Beethoven.)

A talking dog and his friends in the animated TV series Beethoven, inspired by the live-action films.

(Also in the series are dogs Ginger, Caesar, Sparky and Killer.)

St. Bernard

TV series: 1994-1995.

Bella, dog in (oldest dog)

Bella


The world's oldest dog who unofficially lived to 29 years old.

(More about Bella)

Labrador Retriever mix

Dog: 1979-2008.

Belle, dog in (Belle et Sébastien)

Belle


(See TV series image.)

In the book and the TV series broadcast in France and later in England Belle et Sébastien, about a six-year-old boy named Sébastien and his dog; written by Cécile Aubry. Also a Japanese animated TV series Meiken Jolie.

Pyrenean Mountain Dog

Book: 1965.

French TV series: 1965-1970.

Japanese TV series: 1981-1982.

Belvedere, dog in (Belvedere)

Belvedere


Pet of Orville and Emma in the comic strip Belvedere, about an intelligent and spoiled dog who causes lots of problems for his family; created by Nat Greenwood and George Crenshaw.

Generic

Comic strip: 1962-1995.

Benji, dog in (Benji)

Benji


A lovable stray dog in a small town befriended by the locals each of whom call him by a different name in the movie Benji and its sequels played by Higgins.

(More about Benji)

Terrier

mix

Movies: 1974, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1987, 2004.

Berkley, dog in (Bad Dog)

Berkley


In the animated TV series Bad Dog, about a dog who, when told he was a bad dog, would freeze and pretend to be dead until someone told him he was a good dog; by Walt Disney.

Generic

TV series: 1998-2002.

Bessie, dog in (Period of Adjustment)

Bessie


George's dog in the movie Period of Adjustment, about two married couples both in a difficult period of their relationships; starring Anthony Franciosa and Jane Fonda and based on the play by Tennessee Williams.

Cocker Spaniel

Movie: 1962.

Betty Jane, dog in (Three Wishes)

Betty Jane


McCloud's dog in the dream in the movie Three Wishes, about a drifter and his dog who temporarily move in with a family who discover the magic of kindness.

Portuguese Podengo

Movie: 1995.

Big Dog, dog in (2 Stupid Dogs)

Big Dog


(See also Little Dog)

In the animated TV series 2 Stupid Dogs, about a big dog and a little dog who aren't very smart and their everyday misadventures; created by Donovan Cook.

Dachshund

Movie: 1993-1995.

Big Jeeter, dog in (Lauta mancia)

Big Jeeter


A lost dog in the Italian movie Lauta mancia, about a runaway dog who make friends with a young boy then must decide between his old home and his new young friend. (Also known by the title Big Dog Lost.)

Great Date

Movie: 1958.

Big Mo, dog in (Alpo)

Big Mo


In advertisments for Alpo dog food a subsidiary of Nestlé.

Golden Retriever

Ads: since 2005.

Big Red, dog in (Big Red)

Big Red


(See book cover image.)

A show dog in the book and the Disney movie Big Red, about a dog that would rather run through the woods than be the perfectly-trained and groomed show dog; written by Jim Kjelgarrd.

(Also in the book and movie is dog Molly.)

Irish Setter

Book: 1945.

Movie: 1962.

Bijou, dog in (Hooperman)

Bijou


Harry's mean dog in the TV series Hooperman, about a plainclothes policeman and his girlfriend in San Francisco; starring John Ritter.

Jack Russell Terrier

TV series: 1987-1989.

Bill, dog in (Boule et Bill)

Bill


Boule's dog in the Belgian comic strip Boule et Bill, about a typical family and their cocker spaniel; created by Jean Roba in collaboration with Maurice Rosy.

Cocker Spaniel

Comic strip: 1959-present.

Billy Dog, dog in (The Busy World of Richard Scarry)

Billy Dog


One of the characters in the books animated TV series for children The Busy World of Richard Scarry, about anthropomorphic animals in the fictional city of Busytown; based on the books drawn and written by Richard Scarry.

Generic

Books: 1963.

TV series: 1994-1997.

Bimbo, dog in (Betty Boop)

Bimbo


(See also Pudgy)

Betty's companion in the animated movie about Betty Boop, an animated cartoon character; created by Max Fleischer.

Generic

Movie cartoon: 1930s.

Bingo, dog in (Bingo!)

Bingo


A runaway circus dog in the movie Bingo! who saves the life a young boy.

Collie

mix

Movie: 1991.

Bingo, dog in (Cracker Jacks)

Bingo


In advertisements for Cracker Jacks, a U.S. brand of snack consisting of caramel-coated popcorn and peanuts.

Generic

Ads: 1918-present.

Binky, dog in (Girl's Best Friend)

Binky


Mary's inherited friend in the TV movie Girl's Best Friend, about a disgruntled music critic who travels cross-country with her dog.

Jack Russell Terrier

TV movie: 2008.

Binky barnes, dog in (Arthur)

Binky barnes


(See also Fern Walters and Pal)

One of the characters in the animated TV series Arthur, about an 8-year-old boy an anthropomorphic aardvark his friends and family; created by Cookie Jar Group.

Generic

TV series: 1976-present.

Biscuit, dog in (Biscuit Storybook Collection)

Biscuit


A puppy in the children's book series, including Biscuit Storybook Collection. The books, published over recent years, are easy reading for youngsters; written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and illustrated by Pat Schories.

Generic

Book: 1999-present.

Bitsy, dog in (Marvin)

Bitsy


The family dog in the comic strip Marvin, about a young baby boy named Marvin and his father and mother; created by Tom Armstrong.

Generic

Comic strip: 1982-present.

Bitzer, dog in (Shaun the Sheep)

Bitzer


Shaun's friend in the British animated TV series and animated movie Shaun the Sheep, about an anthromophic sheep and farm associates; created by Nick Park.

Sheepdog

TV series: 2007-present.

Movie: 2015.

Black Bob, dog in (The Dandy)

Black Bob


(See comic book image.)

Shepherd master Andrew Glenn's dog in the the comic The Dandy and the book Black Bob: The Dandy Wonder Dog drawn by Jack Prout.

Border Collie

Comics: 1944-1982.

Book: 1950-1965.

Blair, dog in (Rescued by Rover)

Blair


The dog who leads its master to his kidnapped baby in the British silent movie short Rescued by Rover.

Collie

Movie: 1905.

Bleeker, dog in (Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog)

Bleeker


(Originally named Hoover)

Skip's dog in the comic strip Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog about a boy and his a robotic dog with Spock-like sensibilities and his own programmable training manual; created in 2006 by Johnathan Mahood, relaunched by King features in 2011.

Robotic

Comic strip: 2011.

Blitzen, dog in (Torchy Gets Her Man)

Blitzen


Torchy's rented dog who tracks notorious counterfeiters and later leads rescuers to save her in the movie Torchy Gets Her Man, one of nine in the series of Torchy Blane movies. The fast-talking reporter was the inspiration for the Lois Lane character in Superman stories.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1938.

Blood, dog in (A Boy and His Dog)

Blood


Vic's dog in the movie A Boy and His Dog, about an orphan boy who doesn't understand ethics or morality as he wanders a desolate world after a nuclear war; based on the science fiction novella by Harlan Ellison.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1975.

Blue, dog in (Blue Clues)

Blue


(See also Magenta)

A character in children's animated TV series Blue Clues, a program intended to get preschoolers to learn through active participation in activities grounded in their everyday lives; on Nickleodeon.

Generic

TV series: 1996-2002.

Bluey, dog in (oldest dog)

Bluey


The world's oldest dog according to Guinness World Records who reported lived 29 years 6 months and 12 days.

(More about Bluey)

Australian Cattel Dog

Dog: 1910-1939.

Bo, dog in (President Barack Obama's)

Bo


Companion pet dog Sunny joined family August, 2013, (See alternate image.)

Pet dog of President Barack Obama's family.

Portuguese Water Dog

Dog: 2009.

Bob, dog in (Bob, Son of Battle)

Bob


James Moore's herder in the children's book Bob, Son of Battle, about a boy who is caught in the rivalry of his father and another sheep herder and their sheep dogs; written by Alfred Ollivant.

(Also in the story is dog Red Wull.)

Sheepdog

Book: 1898.

Bob, dog in (Owd Bob)

Bob


Widower Adam's dog in the movie Owd Bob, about an old man and his sheepdog who is pulled into a old feud with his neighbor when his orphaned grandson visits for the summer; based on the 1898 novel Bob Son of Battle by Alfred Ollivant.

Border Collie

Movie: 1998.

Bob the Railway Dog, dog in (South Australian Railways)

Bob the Railway Dog


A dog in the folklore of South Australian Railways in the later part of the 19th century and was known widely to railwaymen of the day.

(More about Bob)

Collie

mix

Dog: 1881-1895.

Bobbie The Wonder Dog, dog in (traveling 2 800 miles)

Bobbie The Wonder Dog


The dog famous for traveling 2 800 miles from Indiana to Oreon to return to his owners.

(More about Bobbie)

Scotch Collie

-English Shepherd mix

Dog: 1921-1927.

Ordeal: 1923.

Bobby, dog in (Greyfriars Bobby)

Bobby


The loyal dog of John Gray, also known as Greyfriars Bobby, a dog who became famous in 19th-century Edinburgh for supposedly spending 14 years guarding the grave of his owner until he died himself.

(See movie and book entry titled Greyfriars Bobby.)

Skye Terrier

Dog: 1855-1872.

Bodger, dog in (The Incredible Journey)

Bodger


(See also Luath)

(See 1963 movie image.)

In the book and movie The Incredible Journey, about two dogs and a cat; written by Sheila Burnford.

(In the 1993 remake Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey Bodger is Shadow a Golden Retriever.)

Bull Terrier

Book: 1961.

Movie: 1963.

Bolivar, dog in (Donald Duck)

Bolivar


In the animated movies Donald Duck; by Walt Disney.

(More about Bolivar)

St. Bernard

Movies: 1938-present.

Bolt, dog in (Bolt)

Bolt


In the animated movie Bolt, about a small white dog who thinks he has super powers having spent his entire life on the set of a TV series.

Generic

Movie: 2008.

Bombón, dog in (El Perro)

Bombón


Coco's dog in the Argentine-Spanish movie El Perro, about an unemployed man has his luck change after being given a dog for helping a stranded woman on the highway.

Dogo Argentino

Movie: 2004.

Bonny, dog in (Seven Psychopaths)

Bonny


Charlie's dog in the movie Seven Psychopaths, about two guys who steal a gangster's beloved dog; starring Colin Farrell and Woody Harrelson.

Shih Tzu

Movie: 2012.

Bonzo the dog, dog in (advertisements)

Bonzo the dog


A comic strip dog famous for branded advertisements created by British artist George E. Studdy in 1924 as an animated film short. The character was crafted in all kinds of merchandise.

Mixed breed

Movie short: 1924.

Comic strip: 1926.

Ads: 1924-1927.

Boomer, dog in (Pooch Cafe)

Boomer


(See also Poncho)

Poncho's friend in the comic strip Pooch Cafe, about the humorous antics of a self-serving squirrel-fearing food-obsessed toilet-drinking mutt; created by Paul Gilligan.

Generic

Comic strip: 2000-present.

Boomer, dog in (Here's Boomer)

Boomer


In the TV series Here's Boomer, about a stray dog that travels around helping people in trouble.

Mixed breed terrier

TV series: 1980-1982.

Boomer, dog in (Independence Day)

Boomer


The Hiller family dog in the movie Independence Day

Labrador Retriever

, about aliens invading Earth and causing havoc; starring Will Smith.

Movie: 1996.

Boot, dog in (The Perishers)

Boot


In the British comic strip The Perishers about a group of urban children and a dog drawn by Mauarice Dodd.

(Also in the comic are dogs "B. H. (Calcutta) Failed and Tatty Oldbitt.)

Old English Sheepdog

Comic strip: 1958-2006.

Bouncer, dog in (Neighbors)

Bouncer


Toby's dog in the Australian TV series Neighbors, about three families who are friends living in a small street.

Labrador Retriever

Dogs appearance in TV series: 1987-1993.

Boy, dog in (Talk About a Stranger)

Boy


Bud's dog in the movie Talk About a Stranger, about a boy who thinks a new neighbor has poisoned his dog and tries to find justice.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1952.

Brain, dog in (Inspector Gadget)

Brain


Inspector Gadget's and Penny's faithful pet dog in the Canadian animated TV series Inspector Gadget, about the adventures of a clumsy simple-witted cyborg detective; from DIC Entertainment.

Generic

TV series: 1982-1986.

Brainy Barker, dog in (Krypto the Superdog)

Brainy Barker


(See also Kryto the Superdog, Drooly and Mammoth Mutt)

A dog that possesses telekinetic powers in the anmiated TV series and comic book series Krypto the Superdog, about a dog from Superman's planet living on Earth as the pet of a 9 year old boy.

(Also in the series are dogs Ace the Bathound, Bulldog, Paw Pooch, Tail Terrier, Tusky Husky, HotDog)

Saluki

TV series: 2005-2006.

Comics: 2005-2006.

Brandon, dog in (Punky Brewster)

Brandon


Punky's pet in the TV series Punky Brewster, about a girl named Punky Brewster being raised by her foster parent.

Golden Retriever

TV series: 1984-1986.

Brandon, dog in (It's Punky Brewster)

Brandon


Punky's pet in the animated TV series It's Punky Brewster, about a girl and her dog abandoned by her mother; animated by Ruby-Spears Productions; based upon the TV series Punky Brewster.

Generic

TV series: 1985-1986.

Brandy Harrington, dog in (Brandy & Mr. Whiskers)

Brandy Harrington


In the animated TV series Brandy & Mr. Whiskers, about a dog and a hyperactive rabbit that get stuck in the Amazon Rainforest together; by Walt Disney.

Generic

TV series: 2004-2006.

Braveheart, dog in (Inch High, Private Eye)

Braveheart


Inch's dog in the animated TV series Inch High, Private Eye, about a miniature detective, her niece and dog who solve mysteries; by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1973-1974.

Brian, dog in (Family Guy)

Brian


The family dog in the animated TV series Family Guy, about the Griffins a dysfunctional family; created by Seth MacFarlane.

(Also in the series is dog Jasper.)

Generic

TV series: 1999-2002, 2005-present.

Brinkley, dog in (You've Got Mail)

Brinkley


Joe's dog in the movie You've Got Mail, about two letter-writing lovers completely unaware they are emailing each other; starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 1998.

Brown, dog in (The Westerner)

Brown


Dave's dog in the TV series The Westerner, about a laconic cowboy who wanders the Wild West with his faithful dog; starring Brian Keith.

Labrador Retriever

and Mastiff mix

TV series: 1990.

Brownie, dog in (Brownie's Little Venus)

Brownie


(The Wonder Dog)

Film star dog in silent movies such as Brownie's Little Venus. His fame was linked to child star Baby Peggy.

Mixed breed

Dog: 1919-1924.

Bruiser, dog in (Legally Blonde)

Bruiser


Elle's dog in the movie Legally Blonde, about a sorority girl who struggles to win back her ex-boyfriend by earning a law degreeand; starring Reese Witherspoon and Luke Wilson.

Chihuahua

Movie: 2001.

Bruno, dog in (Cinderella)

Bruno


Cinderella's dog in the animated movie Cinderella; produced by Walt Disney and based on the fairy tale Cendrillon by Charles Perrault.

Bloodhound

Movie: 1950.

Bruno, dog in (Les Triplettes de Belleville)

Bruno


Champion's dog in the animated movie Les Triplettes de Belleville or The Triplets of Belleville, about an elderly woman who goes on a quest to rescue her grandson who has been kidnapped by the French mafia.

Generic hound

Movie: 2003.

Brutus, dog in (The Ugly Dachshund)

Brutus


Mark's dog in the movie The Ugly Dachshund, about a large dog who grows up with dachshund puppies thinking he is one of them; starring Dean Jones and Suzanne Pleshette; based on a novel by Gladys Bronwyn Stern.

(Also in the movie are dogs Danke. Norma. and Pesky.)

Great Dane

Book: 1938.

Movie: 1966.

Buck, dog in (Eight Below)

Buck


(See also Dewey, Max, Maya, Old Jack, Shadow, Shorty, and Truman)

In the movie Eight Below, based upon the 1958 ill-fated Japanese scientific expedition to the South Pole and a remake of the 1986 Japanese film Nankyoku Monogatari.

Alaskan Malamute

Movie: 2006.

Buck, dog in (Married... with Children)

Buck


(Reincarnated as Lucky)

Bundy's wisecracking dog in the TV series Married... with Children, about a once-glorious high school football player turned hard-luck salesman of women's shoes.

Bearded Collie

or possibly a Briard

TV series: 1987-1997.

Buck, dog in (Call of the Wild)

Buck


(See an image from the 1997 movie)

In the book and in movies Call of the Wild, about a previously domesticated dog who ends up serving as a sled dog in the Yukon; written by Jack London

St. Bernard mix

Book: 1903.

Movies: 1923, 1935, 1972, 1997.

Buck, dog in (Hanging Up)

Buck


Maddy's large dog in the movie Hanging Up, about three sisters who bond over their ambivalence toward the imminent death of their grouchy father; starring; Meg Ryan, Diane Keaton, Lisa Kudrow and Walter Matthau.

Newfoundland

Movie: 2000.

Buck, dog in (Summer School)

Buck


Mr. Shoop's dog in the movie Summer School, about a teacher forced into teaching a summer-school class but rather than put up with rowdy students he tries to spend his time with a pretty history teacher.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1987.

Buck, dog in (Married with Children)

Buck


The family dog in the TV series Married with Children, about the lives of a hard luck salesman his obnoxious wife their dimwitted and promiscuous daughter and their girl-crazy son.

Briard

TV series: 1987-1997.

Buck, dog in (Buck and the Magic Bracelet)

Buck


Guardian of a camp of gold miners in the movie Buck and the Magic Bracelet, about a boy and his dog who, after narrowly escaping from an attack on the camp, use a shaman's magical bracelet to hunt down the assailants.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1999.

Buckles, dog in (Buckles)

Buckles


A guileless and innocent dog in the comic strip Buckles; created by David Gilbert.

(Also in the comic strip is a crippled dog, Lester, and a street dog, Rusty.)

Generic

Comic strip: 1996-present.

Buckley, dog in (The Royal Tenenbaums)

Buckley


The family dog in the movie The Royal Tenenbaums, about three siblings after their eccentric father leaves them in their teens; starring Gene Hackman and Anjelica Huston.

(Also in the movie is dog Spark Plug.)

Beagle

Movie: 2001.

Budderball, dog in (Space Buddies)

Budderball


(See also B. Dawg, Buddha, Mudbud, and Rosebud)

One of the talking puppies in the movie Space Buddies, about the buddies getting aboard the space shuttle; also in the 2008 movie Space Buddies.

(Also in the movie is dog Spudnick.)

Golden Retriever

Movies: 2008, 2009.

Buddha, dog in (Space Buddies)

Buddha


(See also B. Dawg, Budderball, Mudbud, and Rosebud)

One of the talking puppies in the movie Space Buddies, about the buddies getting aboard the space shuttle; also in the 2008 movie Space Buddies.

(Also in the movie is dog Spudnick.)

Golden Retriever

Movies: 2008, 2009.

Buddy, dog in (Air Bud)

Buddy


A dog who has the uncanny ability to play basketball in the movie Air Bud.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 1997.

Buddy, dog in (President Bill Clinton)

Buddy


Pet dog of President Bill Clinton, died after being hit by a car.

(More about Buddy)

Clinton's next dog was named Seamus pronounced "shay-muss the Gaelic form of James.

Labrador Retriever

Dog: 1997-2002.

Buddy, dog in (Bring Him Home)

Buddy


Ricky's dog in the movie Bring Him Home, about a tough street kid who loses his dog to a syndicate of vicious dognappers.

German Shepherd

Movie: 2000.

Buddy, dog in (My Dog Buddy)

Buddy


Little Ted's dog in the movie My Dog Buddy, about a boy who is orphanded in a tragic car accident and his dog is left behind when he is taken to hospital. The dog is played by London.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1960.

Buddy, dog in (A Dog's Purpose)

Buddy


(First named Toby, then Bailey, then Ellie, then Bear, finally Buddy)

The narrator of the story in the book A Dog's Purpose, about one endearing dog's search for his purpose over the course of several lives; by W. Bruce Cameron. (Originally the dog was a mixed breed as Toby, then a Golden Retriever as Bailey, then a German Shepard as Ellie, before ending up as Buddy).

(See Toby for the sequel to this book.)

Black Labrador Retriever

Book: 2010.

Buford, dog in (The Buford Files)

Buford


A smart but sleepy bloodhound in the animated TV series The Buford Files, about a dog who teams up with two teenagers to solves confusing mysteries; by Hanna-Barbera.

Blodhound

TV series: 1979.

Bugle Ann, dog in (The Voice of Bugle Ann)

Bugle Ann


(See an image from the movie.)

Spring Davis' dog in the book and the movie The Voice of Bugle Ann, about a farmer's love for his hunting dog and the feud it sparks in the county; in the movie starring Lionel Barrymore and Maureen O'Sullivan; the book written by MacKinlay Kantor.

Foxhound American

Book: 1935.

Movie: 1936.

Bullet, dog in (Barney Google and Snuffy Smith)

Bullet


Snuffy's dog in the comic strip and animated TV series Barney Google and Snuffy Smith; created by cartoonist Billy DeBeck.

Generic

Comic strip: 1919-present.

TV series: 1963.

Bullet, dog in (The Roy Rogers Show)

Bullet


Roy's dog in the TV series The Roy Rogers Show, about a rancher and friends doing good; starring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans who rescue the weak and helpless from the clutches of the "bad guys."

German Shepherd

TV series: 1949-1971.

Bulletdog, dog in (Bulletman)

Bulletdog


Bulletman's dog in the comic book series Bulletman, about a man who develops powers great muscle mass and brain power to fight crime; created by Bill Parker and Jon Smalle for Fawcett Comics.

English Setter

Comic books: 1939-1953.

Bullseye, dog in (Oliver Twist)

Bullseye


(See an image of an early book illustration.)

Bill Sikes's dog in the book Oliver Twist, about a orphan boy caught in the misery of old London; by Charles Dickens and in the many movie adaptations including the movie Oliver.

Bull Terrier

or Bulldog

Book: 1838.

Many movies: 1922-present.

ManyTV films: 1982-present.

Bullseye, dog in (Target)

Bullseye


In advertisements for the retailer Target.

(More about Bullseye)

Bull Terrier minature

Ads: 1962-1968.

Bumper, dog in (The Middletons)

Bumper


The family dog in the comic strip The Middletons; by Ralph Dunagin and Dana Summers.

(Also in the strip is dog Rusty.)

Bulldog

Comic strip: 1989-present.

Bumpy, dog in (Noddy)

Bumpy


(See stuffed toy image.)

Noddy's companion in the children's books and British animated TV series for children about Noddy; a character created by British children's author Enid Blyton.

Generic

Book: 1949-1963.

TV series: 1975, 1992, 1998, 2001.

Burp, dog in (Gerald McBoing-Boing)

Burp


Gerald's dog in the animated TV series and film short pet of Gerald McBoing-Boing. The TV series The Gerald McBoing-Boing Show was broadcast on Sunday evenings on CBS; adapted from a story by Dr. Seuss.

Generic

Movie short: 1950.

TV series: 1956-1957.

Buster, dog in (The Fantastic Flying Journey)

Buster


In the book and animated TV series for children The Fantastic Flying Journey, about three kids their uncle and a dog traveling in a fantastic flying machine; written by Gerald Durrell.

Generic

Book: 1987.

TV series: 2000.

Buster, dog in (The Wonder Years)

Buster


Kevin's dog in the TV series The Wonder Years, a look back at growing up during the 60s when the turbulent social times made growing up an unusual experience.

Beagle

TV series: 1988-1993.

Buster, dog in (The Five Find-Outers)

Buster


A dog who often stumbles upon clues in the children's book series The Five Find-Outers, about five children and a dog who solve mysteries; written by Enid Blyton.

Scottish Terrier

Book: 1934.

Butch, dog in (Cats & Dogs)

Butch


(See also Lou)

The Brody family dog in the movie Cats & Dogs, about the top-secret high-tech espionage war going on between cats and dogs; starring Jeff Goldblum and Elizabeth Perkins.

(Also in the movie are dogs Ivy, Peek, and other.)

Anatolian Shepherd

Movie: 2001.

Butch, dog in (Mickey Mouse Clubhouse)

Butch


Pluto's archnemesis in the animated movies and the animated TV series Mickey Mouse Clubhouse; by Walt Disney.

Bulldog

Movie: 1940-present.

TV series: 2001-present.

Butch, dog in (Swing Shift Maisie)

Butch


Maisie's dog in the movie Swing Shift Maisie, about a woman who loses her job as an assistant in a theatrical dog act and gets a a job at the airplane company during World War II; starring Ann Southern.

Havanese

probably

Movie: 1943.

Butkus, dog in (Rocky)

Butkus


Rocky's dog in the movie Rocky, a rags to riches story of Rocky Balboa, a debt-collector who becomes a boxing champion; starring Sylvester Stallone.

Bull Mastiff

Movie: 1976.

Buttons, dog in (Animaniacs)

Buttons


The dog that takes care of Mindy in the animated TV series Animaniacs; produced by Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros Animation.

(More about Buttons)

German Shepherd

TV series: 1993-1998.

Buttons, dog in (Lady Be Good)

Buttons


Marilyn's dog in the movie Lady Be Good, about two songwriters who are still in love after their divorce and a friend tries to get them back together; starring Eleanor Powell.

Jack Russell Terrier

mix

Movie: 1941.

Camille, dog in (Hounded)

Camille


The Van Dusen's dog in the movie Hounded, about a teenager who ends up being hounded by a well-groomed and seemingly cute and tiny dog that actually turns out to be a nightmare of a beast.

(Also in the movie is dog Sarge.)

Pomeranian

Movie: 2001.

Candy, dog in (Little Dog Lost)

Candy


The family dog in the TV movie Little Dog Lost, about the adventures of a little dog; as part of the Wonderful World of Disney TV program.

Welsh Corgi

Movie: 1963.

Canine, dog in (Glenn Martin, DDS)

Canine


The family dog in the animated TV series Glenn Martin, DDS, about a man who takes his family on a cross-country road trip to strengthen the family bond.

Generic

TV series: 2009-2011.

Carface V. Malone, dog in (All Dogs Go To Heaven)

Carface V. Malone


(See also Charlie B. Barkin and Itchiford)

In the animated movie All Dogs Go To Heaven in which Charlie reunites with Itchy and plots his revenge against Carface by setting up a rival business; produced at Sullivan Bluth Studios in Dublin.

Pit Bull

Movie: 1989.

Carl, dog in (Good Dog Carl)

Carl


In the book Good Dog Carl, about a Rottweiler and a little girl named Madeleine he takes care of; written and illustrated by Alexandra Day.

Rottweiler

Book: 1985.

Celine, dog in (Summer Heights)

Celine


Mr. G's dog in the Australian TV series Summer Heights, lampooning Australian high school life from the viewpoints of three students; filmed in a documentary style.

Chihuahua

TV series: 2007.

Chalky, dog in (Rick Stein)

Chalky


Pet of popular English chef Rick Stein who often appeared on TV with his dog.

(More about Chalky.)

Jack Russell Terrier

Dog: 1989-2007.

Chamsky, dog in (Everyone Loves Raymond)

Chamsky


Robert's dog in the TV series Everyone Loves Raymond, about Raymond and his family and his insecure brother dominating mother and crude father.

Bulldog

TV series: 1996-2005.

Chance, dog in (Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey )

Chance


(See also Shadow)

The Hunter family dog in the movie Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey , a remake of the 1963 movie The Incredible Journey based on the book by Sheila Burnford.

(In the earlier movie and book Chance is Luath a Labrador Retriever.)

Bulldog American

Movie: 1993.

Charkie, dog in (Curious George)

Charkie


Steve and Betsy's dog in the children's book, movie, and animated TV series Curious George, about a brown monkey who is brought from his home in Africa by "The Man with The Yellow Hat" to live in a big city; written by Hans Augusto Rey and Margret Rey.

Cocker Spaniel

Book: since 1941.

TV series: 2004, 2006.

Movie: 2006.

Charlene, dog in (Open Season 2)

Charlene


(See also Mr. Weenie, Roberto, Rufus, and Fifi.)

(Group image.)

Rufus' girlfriend in the animated movie Open Season 2, about a rag-tag army of animals against the hunters.

Cocker Spaniel

Movie: 2006.

Charley, dog in (Travels With Charley)

Charley


Steinbeck's companion in the book Travels With Charley; a travelogue by John Steinbeck as he traveled around the U.S. with his dog.

Poodle

Book: 1962.

Charlie, dog in (Joe Dirt)

Charlie


Brandy's dog in the movie Joe Dirt, about a man looking for his parents who abandoned him when he was a baby at the grand canyon.

(Also in the movie is dog Spot.)

Labrador Retriever mix

Movie: 2001.

Charlie, dog in (The Absent-MInded Professor)

Charlie


Professor Brainard's dog in the Walt Disney movie The Absent-MInded Professor, about a college professor who invents an anti-gravity substance which a corrupt businessman wants for himself; starring Fred MacMurray.

Bearded Collie mix

Movie: 1961.

Charlie B. Barkin, dog in (All Dogs Go To Heaven)

Charlie B. Barkin


(See also Itchiford and Carface V. Malone)

In the animated movie All Dogs Go To Heaven in which Charlie reunites with Itchy and plots his revenge against Carface by setting up a rival business; produced at Sullivan Bluth Studios in Dublin.

German Shepherd

and Collie mix

Movie: 1989.

Charlie Dog, dog in (Little Orphan Airedale)

Charlie Dog


Porky Pig's dog in the animated movie shorts such as Little Orphan Airedale; by Looney Tunes.

(More about Charlie Dog)

Half Collie! Half Airedale! Half Pekingese! Half St. Bernard!

Movies: 1947-1951.

Charlie, the Ranch Dog, dog in (Charlie the Ranch Dog)

Charlie, the Ranch Dog


A lovely dog in the several children's book Charlie the Ranch Dog, in which the family dog deals with various situation; by Ree Drummond

Basset Hound

Book: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.

Chaser, dog in (smartest dog in the world)

Chaser


John W. Pilley's dog known as the smartest dog in the world, featured in the book Chaser: Unlocking the Genius of the Dog Who Knows a Thousand Words.

Border Colliw

Dog; 2005; Book: 2013.

Checkers, dog in (President Richard Nixon)

Checkers


Pet dog of President Richard Nixon, famous because of the Checker's speech.

Also the president had dogs King Timahoe (Irish setter), Pasha (Terrier), and Vicky (Poodle).

Cocker Spaniel

Dog: 1952-1964.

Checkers, dog in (Dick)

Checkers


The President's dog in the movie Dick about two teenage girls who uncover the Watergate coverup and are given the job of walking Checkers; starring Kirsten Dunst.

German Shorthaired Pointer

Movie: 1999.

Cheeka, dog in (Hutch )

Cheeka


In advertisemants for Hutchison Essar cellular service in India, familiarly known as Hutch , now Vodafone Essar.

Pug

Ads: 2003.

Cherokee, dog in (Scream 3)

Cherokee


Sidney's dog in the movie Scream 3, about a women trying to escape the horrors of a prior horror movie; the third in a series of so far four; starring Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox Arquette and David Arquette.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2000.

Chester, dog in (The Nanny)

Chester


Fran's dog in the TV series The Nanny, about a woman who becomes a nanny for three children of a Broadway producer; starring Fran Drescher.

Pomeranian

TV series: 1992-1995.

Chester, dog in (Looney Tunes)

Chester


(See also Spike)

Spike's cohort in the animated movies Looney Tunes; voiced by Stan Freberg; produced by Warner Bros.

Generic

Movies: 1952-1996.

Chestnut, dog in (Chestnut: Hero Of Central Park)

Chestnut


In the movies Chestnut: Hero Of Central Park, about two former orphans who try to keep their loveable Great Dane a secret from their adoptive parents; starring Abigail Breslin.

Great Dane

Movie: 2004.

Chet, dog in (Dog on It)

Chet


(has one white ear and one black ear)

Bernie's partner and narrator in the book series, beginning with Dog on It, about a detective and his smart canine who helps him solve his cases; written by Peter Abrahams under the alias Spencer Quinn.

Mixed breed

Book: 1999-2013.

Chico, dog in (Secreet Window)

Chico


Mort Rainey's dog in the movie Secreet Window, about a writer who is accused of plagiarism by a stranger who starts to terrorize him; starring Johnny Depp.

Australian Cattle Dog

Movie: 2004.

Chief, dog in (The Fox and the Hound)

Chief


(See also Copper)

Friend of the fox in the book and animated movie The Fox and the Hound, about a red fox and a hunting dog who renew their friendship; book by Daniel P. Mannix. The movies The Fox and the Hound and The Fox and the Hound 2 are not true to the book.

(In sequel are dogs Dixie, Cash, Granny Rose, Waylon and Floyd.)

Foxhound

Book: 1967.

Movie: 1981.

Movie sequel: 2006.

Chiffon, dog in (The Shaggy Dog)

Chiffon


(See also Wilby Daniels)

Wilby's reincarnation as a dog in the movie The Shaggy Dog, about a boy who changes into a sheepdog and back again; starring Fred MacMurray. In the 1994 remake for ABC's Saturday night Disney Family Movies series, the dog is named Bundles.

English Sheepdog

Movies: 1959, 1994.

Chilly, dog in (Chilly CHristmas)

Chilly


The family dog in the TV movie Chilly CHristmas, where the dog is about to be given away when a dog thief breaks into the family home and Chilly saves Christmas

Otterhound

(possibly)

Movie: 2012.

Chinook, dog in (first of the sled dog)

Chinook


An historic dog, first of the sled dog breed of that name derived from Husky and Mastiff and developed by Arthur Treadwell Walden. He led Byrd's 1929 Antarctic Expedition. The dog breed is also the official state dog of New Hampshire.

Chinook

Dog: 1917-1929.

Chips, dog in (World War II)

Chips


The most decorated war dog of World War II. Also in the movie Chips the War Dog.

German Shepherd

mix with Collie and Husky

Dog: 1940-1946.

Chips, dog in (Chips the War Dog)

Chips


Soldier Danny's dog in the movie Chips the War Dog, based upon the real dog Chips.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1990.

Cho Cho, dog in (The Karate Dog)

Cho Cho


A talking dog who helps the police in the movie The Karate Dog; starring Jon Voight and Chevy Chase.

Briard

Movie: 2006.

Choppy, dog in (The Yogi Bear Show)

Choppy


The guardian of Yakky, an anthropomorphic yellow duckling, in the animated TV series The Yogi Bear Show, about a fast-talking picnic basket stealing bear named Yogi; by Hanna Barbera.

Bulldog

TV searies appearance: 1961-1987.

Christmas, dog in (A Dog Named Christmas)

Christmas


(See movie image.)

Todd's dog in the book and in the movie A Dog Named Christmas, about a mentally challenged young man living with his parents in the rural midwest; written by Greg Kincaid.

Labrador Retriever

(Black Labrador in the book, Yellow Labrador in the movie)

Book: 2008.

Movie: 2009.

Chuchu, dog in (The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan)

Chuchu


The children's dog in the animated TV series The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan, about the Chan family who solve mysteries around the city.

Generic

TV series: 1972.

Claude, dog in (The Beverly Hillbillies)

Claude


(See also Duke)

Mrs. Drysdale's pampered pooch in the TV series The Beverly Hillbillies, about a poor backwoods family transplanted to Beverly Hills after striking oil on their land.

Poodle

TV series: 1962-1971.

Cleo, dog in (The People's Choice)

Cleo


(See book image.)

"Sock" Miller's dog in the TV series The People's Choice, about an ex-Marine and politician whose dog voice his master's dilemmas; starring Jackie Cooper. Also in the Little Golden Books series of children's books.

Basset Hound

TV series: 1955-1958.

Book: 1957.

Cleo, dog in (Clifford the Big Red Dog)

Cleo


(See also Clifford)

One of Clifford's friends in the animated TV series Clifford the Big Red Dog, about a big dog that gets in constant trouble; written by Norman Bridwell.

(Also in the series are dogs Mimi, T-Bone, Hamburger, K.C., Artie, and Mac.)

Poodle

Book: 1963.

TV series: 2000-2003.

Clifford, dog in (Clifford the Big Red Dog)

Clifford


(See also Cleo)

Emily's dog in the children book series and animated TV series Clifford the Big Red Dog, about a big dog that gets in constant trouble; written by Norman Bridwell.

(Also in the series are dogs Mimi, T-Bone, Hamburger, K.C., Artie and Mac.)

Generic

Book: 1963.

TV series: 2000-2003.

Cloe, dog in (Beverly Hills Chihuahua)

Cloe


(See also Delgado)

In the movie Beverly Hills Chihuahua, about a dog who gets dognapped in Mexico and has to escape from an evil Doberman; starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Drew Barrymore and Andy Garcìa.

(Also in the movie are dogs German Shepherd Delgado, Chihuahua Papi, and Doberman Pinscher El Diablo.)

Chihuahua

Movie: 2008.

Clown, dog in (Billie)

Clown


Billie's dog in the movie Billie, about a 15-year-old tomboy whose passion for track running is enabled by listening to music in her head, and who teaches the other track guys how to do the same; starring Patty Duke.

Old English Sheepdog

Movie: 1965.

Clutch, dog in (Turbo Dogs)

Clutch


(See also Mags, Strut, Stinkbert, Dashand GT)

(See group image.)

Six dogs friends in the animated TV series Turbo Dogs, about canine friends who learn lessons in friendship, fair play, and teamwork while being the fastest dogs in Racerville.

(Also in the series are dogs Ump, Five, Marlene, Zanner, Rock Rally, and others.)

Labrador Retriever

TV series: 2008-2010.

Cofi, dog in (Amores Perros)

Cofi


Octavio's dog in the Mexican movie Amores Perros. A horrific car accident connects three stories each involving characters dealing with loss regret and life's harsh realities all in the name of love.

Rottweiler

Movie: 2000.

Cognac, dog in (Wild and Wonderful)

Cognac


Giselle's dog in the movie Wild and Wonderful, about a pampered poodle who creates marital problems for his pretty owner Giselle when he becomes jealous of her new husband; starring Tony Curtis.

Poodle

Movie: 1964.

Colin, dog in (Spaced)

Colin


Daisy and Tim's dog in the British TV series Spaced, about two London adults who meet by chance while flat-hunting and who try to figure out new and largely unproductive ways of killing time.

Miniature Schnauzer

TV series: 1999, 2001.

.

Colossus, dog in (Van Wilder)

Colossus


Van Wilder's dog in the movie Van Wilder about a rich kid who likes the college life but isn't serious about it. Also had a prequel and a sequel.

English Bulldog

Movies: 2002, 2006, 2009.

Comet, dog in (Full House)

Comet


The family dog in the TV series Full House, about a man who raises his three daughters in a house he shares with two adult male friends.

Golden Retriever

TV series: 1987-1995.

Cooper, dog in (Angel Dog)

Cooper


The family dog in the movie Angel Dog, about a man who loses his wife and children in an accident and learns how to live again with the help of their dog that survived.

Border Collie

Movie: 2011.

Copper, dog in (The Fox and the Hound)

Copper


(See also Chief)

A hunting dog who befriends a red fox in the book and the animated movie The Fox and the Hound; book by Daniel P. Mannix. The movies The Fox and the Hound and The Fox and the Hound 2 are not true to the book.

(In sequel are dogs Dixie, Cash, Granny Rose, Waylon and Floyd.)

Bloodhound

Book: 1967.

Movies: 1981, 2006.

Corneil, dog in (Corneil and Bernie)

Corneil


John and Beth's pampered pet in the French (dubbed to English) animated TV series Corneil and Bernie (also called Watch My Chops), about a intelligient talking dog and his "dog-sitter" Bernie Barges.

Generic

TV series: 2004-2006.

Courage, dog in (Courage the Cowardly Dog)

Courage


In the animated TV series Courage the Cowardly Dog, about an anthropomorphic dog who lives with a married couple of elderly farmers in the "Middle of Nowhere"; created by John R. Dilworth.

Generic

TV series: 1999-2002.

Crab, dog in (Two Gentlemen ov Verona)

Crab


Proteus' dog in the play Two Gentlemen ov Verona, about the conflict between friendship and love and the foolish behaviour of people in love; by William Shakespeare. The play was presented on TV several times.

Generic

Play: since 1590.

TV: 1952.

Cubitus, dog in (Cubitus)

Cubitus


(Dommel in the Netherlands)

Semaphore anthropomorphic dog in the Franco-Belgian comic series Cubitus, about a talking dog who lives with his master a retired sailor next door to Sénéchal the black and white cat who is instinctually Cubitus' enemy; created by cartoonist Dupa.

Generic

Comic: 1968.

Comic albums: 1977-2006.

Cujo, dog in (Cujo)

Cujo


The rabid dog in the book and in the movie Cujo, about a family terrorized by the eponymous Cujo; written by Stephen King.

St. Bernard

Book: 1981.

Movie: 1983.

Daisy, dog in (Blondie)

Daisy


(See movie image.)

The family dog in the comic strip and movie Blondie, about the Bunsteads Dagwood and Blondie and their two children created by Chic Young.

Generic

Comic strip: 1930-present.

Movies: 1938-1950.

Daisy, dog in (Grand Torino)

Daisy


Walt's dog in the movie Grand Torino, about a recently widowed Korean War veteran who is alienated from his family and angry at the world; starring Clint Eastwood.

Yellow Labrador Retriever

Movie: 2008.

Daisy, dog in (Rover Dangerfield)

Daisy


(See also Eddie, Rover, and Raffles)

A friend of Rover in the the animated movie Rover Dangerfield, about a showgirl's dog who gets abducted and ends up working on a farm; by Hyperion Pictures.

Collie Rough

Movie: 1993.

Danny Boy, dog in (Danny Boy)

Danny Boy


Jimmy's dog in the movie Danny Boy, about a boy scout whose dog is kidnapped and mistreated by a bad man almost turning the animal.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1946.

Daphne, dog in (Look Who's Talking Now)

Daphne


(See also Rocks)

One of the talking dogs in the movie Look Who's Talking Now, about a street-wise cross breed and a spoiled pedegree poodle who have to deal with human problems; starring John Travolta and Kirstie Alley.

Poodle

Movie: 1989.

Dash, dog in (Young Victoria)

Dash


The queen's dog in the movie Young Victoria; based on the early life and reign of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom; starring Emily Blunt.

King Charles Spaniel

Movie: 2009.

Dash, dog in (Turbo Dogs)

Dash


(See also Mags, Strut, Stinkbert, Clutch and GT.)

(See group image.)

Six dogs friends in the animated TV series Turbo Dogs, about canine friends who learn lessons in friendship, fair play, and teamwork while being the fastest dogs in Racerville.

(Also in the series are dogs Ump, Five, Marlene, Zanner, Rock Rally, and others.)

Beagle

TV series: 2008-2010.

David, dog in (Sabrina)

David


Sabrina's dog in the movie Sabrina, about a chauffeur's daughter who must sort out a tangled love affair by going to Paris; starring Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart and William Holden.

Poodle Miniature

Movie: 1954.

Dawg, dog in (Hi and Lois)

Dawg


The family dog in the comic strip Hi and Lois; by Dik Browne and Mort Walker.

Generic

Comic strip: 1954-present.

Delgado, dog in (Beverly Hills Chihuahua)

Delgado


(See also Cloe)

In the movie Beverly Hills Chihuahua, about a dog who gets dognapped in Mexico and has to escape from an evil Doberman; starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Drew Barrymore and Andy Garcìa.

(Also in the movie are dogs German Shepherd Delgado, Chihuahua Papi, and Doberman Pinscher El Diablo.)

German Shepherd

Movie: 2008.

Demon, dog in (Snow Dogs)

Demon


(See also Diesel, Duchess, Mac, Nana, Scooper, Sniff, and Yodel)

One of the dogs in the movie Snow Dogs, about a dentist who inherits a team of sled dogs and has to learn the sled-trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2002.

Deputy Dawg, dog in (Terrytoons)

Deputy Dawg


A deputy sheriff in the Mississippi bayous in animated TV series by Terrytoons.

(More about Deputy Dawg)

Generic

TV series: 1959-1972.

Devil, dog in (The Phantom)

Devil


(See comic book image.)

The Phantom's dog in the movie serial The Phantom, about a masked crimefighter based upon the comics created by Lee Falk. In the series the dog is played by Ace the Wonder Dog.

German Shepherd

Comics: 1936-present.

Movie serial: 1943.

Devon, dog in (A Dog Year)

Devon


Jon's dog in the movie A Dog Year, about a guy suffering from a midlife crisis who takes in a dog that's crazier than he is; starring Jeff Bridges.

(Also in the movie is dog Stanley.)

Border Collie

Movie: 2009.

Dewey, dog in (Firehouse Dog)

Dewey


(Also known as Rexxx)

The dog who teams up with a young kid to get the fire station back on its feet in the movie Firehouse Dog; starring Bruce Greenwood and Josh Hutcherson.

Irish Terrier

Movie: 2007.

Dewey, dog in (Eight Below)

Dewey


(See also Buck, Max, Maya, Old Jack, Shadow, Shorty, and Truman)

In the movie Eight Below, based upon the 1958 ill-fated Japanese scientific expedition to the South Pole and a remake of the 1986 Japanese film Nankyoku Monogatari.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2006.

Diamond, dog in (Dog Gone)

Diamond


Owen's adopted dog in the movie Dog Gone (also titled Diamond Dog Caper), about a boy who battles a gang of bumbling thieves to rescue a dog carrying a fortune in stolen diamonds.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2008.

Diefenbaker, dog in (Due South)

Diefenbaker


The Montie's dog in the TV series Due South, about the adventures of a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police based in Chicago; starring Paul Gross.

Wolf-dog Hybrid

TV series: 1994-1999.

Diesel, dog in (Snow Dogs)

Diesel


(See also Demon, Duchess, Mac, Nana, Scooper, Sniff, and Yodel)

One of the dogs in the movie Snow Dogs, about a dentist who inherits a team of sled dogs and has to learn the sled-trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2002.

Digby, dog in (Digby the Biggest Dog in the World)

Digby


In British the movie Digby the Biggest Dog in the World, about an Old English Sheepdog who accidentally drinks a liquid growth formula and expands to gigantic proportions.

Old English Sheepdog

Movie: 1973.

Digby, dog in (Pushing Daisies)

Digby


Olive's dog in the TV series Pushing Daisies, about a pie-maker with the ability to bring dead things back to life for one minute with his touch.

Golden Retriever

TV series: 2007-2009.

Digger, dog in (Valley of the Dinosaurs)

Digger


The family dog in the animated TV series Valley of the Dinosaurs, about a family who find themselves in a prehistoric valley where they befriend a cave family; from Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1974-1976.

Dinah, dog in (Mickey Mouse)

Dinah


Pluto's girlfriend in the animated movies about Mickey Mouse; produced by Walt Disney.

Dachshund

Movie: 1942-present.

Ding Dong, dog in (The Houndcats)

Ding Dong


(See also Mussel Mutt and Rhubarb)

The right-hand man with bad timing and judgment in the animated TV series The Houndcats; loosely based on the series Mission: Impossible; produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises.

Generic

TV series: 1972-1973.

Dinko, dog in (Astro Farm)

Dinko


The family dog in the British animated TV series for children Astro Farm, about a family who work on an asteroid; created by David Yates and Andy Ellis.

Generic

TV series: 1992-1997.

Dinky, dog in (Taco Bell)

Dinky


In advertisements for Taco Bell, played by Gidgit.

(More about Gidgit)

Chihuahua

Dog: 1994-2009.

Ads: 1997-2000.

Dinky Dog, dog in (Dinky Dog)

Dinky Dog


Sandy's dog in the animated TV series Dinky Dog, about two girls living with their uncle, and a cute pup who suddenly grows to the size of a horse; by Hanna-Barbera.

Old English Sheepdog

probably

TV series: 1978-1981.

Dirty Dawg, dog in (The Kwicky Koala Show)

Dirty Dawg


Ratso's sidekick in the animated TV series The Kwicky Koala Show, about the adventures of Kwicky Koala; by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1981.

DJ Dog, dog in (Housebroken)

DJ Dog


In the comic strip Housebroken, about a rap artist pit bull who lives with the Watson family; created by Steve Watkins.

Pit Bull

Comic strip: 2003-present.

Djinn Djinn, dog in (I Dream of Jeannie)

Djinn Djinn


Jeannie's dog in the TV series I Dream of Jeannie, about a United States astronaut who finds his life vastly complicated by his genie companion.

Havanese

TV series: 1965-1970.

Dodger, dog in (Oliver & Company)

Dodger


(See also Einstein, Francis, Georgette, Rita, and Tito.)

(Group image.)

Leader of Fagin's gang in the animated movie Oliver & Company, a dog story based on the book Oliver Twist by English author Charles Dickens; produced by Walt Disney.

Terrier

mix

Movie: 1988.

Dog, dog in (Columbo)

Dog


(originally called Fang)

Columbo's dog in the TV series Columbo about a unkempt but clever police detective; starring Peter Falk.

Bassett Hound

TV series: 1971-1978.

Dog, dog in (Road Warrior)

Dog


In the Australian movie Road Warrior, also known as Mad Max 2. In the post-apocalyptic Australian wasteland a drifter agrees to help a small community against a band of bad guys.

Australian Cattle Dog

Movie: 1981.

Dog, dog in (Footrot Flats)

Dog


In the comic strip and animated movie Footrot Flats, about a dog who thinks he's intelligent and tough but is really quite soft and often cowardly; created by New Zealand cartoonist Murray Ball. The animated movie was called Footrot Flats: The Dog's Tale.

(Also in the comic strip are dogs Jess, Prince, Charles and Major.)

Border Collie

Comic strip: 1975-1994.

Movie: 1986.

Dog, dog in (Cowboys and Aliens)

Dog


Jake's dog in the movie Cowboys and Aliens, about a town in the Arizona territory attacked by aliens in the 19th century; starring Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, and Olivia Wilde.

Border Collie

Movie: 2011.

Dogbert, dog in (Dilbert)

Dogbert


Dilbert's dog in the comic strip Dilbert, about an engineer in a typical office; created by Scott Adams.

Generic

Comic strip: 1989-present.

Dogfather, dog in (The Dogfather)

Dogfather


The top dog in the animated movie shorts The Dogfather, a parody of the film The Godfather; voiced by Bob Holt.

(Also in the story are dogs Pug and Louie.)

Generic

Movie: 1974-1976.

Doggie Daddy, dog in (The Quick Draw McGraw Show)

Doggie Daddy


(See also Augie Doggie and Snuffles)

Augie Doggie's father in the animated TV series The Quick Draw McGraw Show; by Hanna-Barbera.

(More about Doggie Daddy)

Generic

TV series: 1959-1960.

Dogmatix, dog in (Asterix)

Dogmatix


Obelix's dog in the French comic books Asterix, created by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo about the exploits of a village of ancient Gauls as they resist Roman occupation. (For more, see Dogmatix.)

Generic

Comics: 1959-2010.

Dogtanian, dog in (Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds)

Dogtanian


The dog version of d'Artagnan in the Spanish and Japanese animated TV series Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds, an adaptation of the French classic story by Alexandre Dumas The Three Musketeers.

(Also in the animated movie are dogs Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and Juliette.)

Generic

TV series: 1981.

Doidle, dog in (The Fairly OddParents)

Doidle


Pet dog of Vicky and her family in the animated TV series The Fairly OddParents, about the adventures of 10-year-old boy who wishes for a perfect life but has his problems; created by Butch Hartman.

Generic

TV series: 2001-2006, 2008-.

Dolce, dog in (Young Adult)

Dolce


Mavis' dog in the movie Young Adult, about a fiction writer who returns to her home in Minnesota looking to rekindle a romance with her ex-boyfriend who is now married with kids; starring Charlize Theron.

Pomeranian

Movie: 2011.

Dolce Sinfonia, dog in (Show dog champion)

Dolce Sinfonia


("Mozart")

In advertising and a Show dog champion, a model used by some dog fashion companies and advertising for Eukanuba dog food.

Yorkshire Terrier

Dog: 2002.

Dollar, dog in (Richie Rich)

Dollar


The family dog in comic books and an animated TV series Richie Rich; produced by Hanna-Barbera.

Dalmatian

(actually Dollarmatian; like a Dalmatian but with dollar signs instead of spots)

Comic books: 1953.

TV series: 1980-1984, 1996.

Dolores, dog in (Double Take)

Dolores


Freddy's dog in the movie. Double Take, about a man (who likes to keep in his dog in a knapsack) trying to run away from trouble but finding it follows him in unexpected ways; starring Eddie Griffin and Orlando Jones.

Pomeranian

Movie: 2001.

Doogie, dog in (FARMkids)

Doogie


In the Australian animated TV series FARMkids, about pampered zoo animals accidentally being shipped to a dude ranch; created by Scott Strachan and produced by FARMkids.

Generic

TV series: 2007-present.

Dotty Dog, dog in (The Get-Along Gang)

Dotty Dog


One of the gang of animals who form a club to tell stories in the animated TV series The Get-Along Gang; based upon the characters by American Greetings toy design and licensing division for a series of greeting cards.

Generic

TV series: 1984-1985.

Doug, dog in (The Sarah Silverman Program)

Doug


(played by Silverman's real-life pet, Duck)

Sarah's dog in the TV comedy series The Sarah Silverman Program, about an unemployed and childlike woman who leads an irresponsible life, often insulting friends, family, and total strangers; starring Sarah Silverman.

Chihuahua

and Pug mix

TV series: 2007-2010.

Dougal, dog in (The Magic Roundabout)

Dougal


(Dougal in the British Version Pollux in the original French version)

The main character in the French and British animated TV series The Magic Roundabout and in 2005 the first computer-animated movie to be made in the United Kingdom; the French and English versions of the series are distinctly different.

Skye Terrier

TV series: 1963, 1965-1977.

Movie: 2005.

Douglas, dog in (Microscopic Milton)

Douglas


Mrs. Witherspoon's large shaggy dog in the animated TV series Microscopic Milton, about a tiny kid who lived in a clock on the mantelpiece; created and written by Tony Garth.

Generic shaggy dog

TV series: 1997-1999.

Douglas Dog, dog in (Henry’s Cat)

Douglas Dog


Friend of Henry's cat in the British children's animated TV series Henry’s Cat, about a laid-back ponderous yellow cat and his many friends and enemies; written by Stan Hayward and produced by Bob Godfrey.

Generic

TV series: 1983-1993.

Dreyfuss, dog in (Empty Nest)

Dreyfuss


The family dog in the TV series Empty Nest, about a father living with his two self-supporting daughters; starring Richard Mulligan and Kristy McNichol.

St. Bernard

Golden Retriever mix

TV series: 1988-1995.

Drooly, dog in (Krypto the Superdog)

Drooly


(See also Kryto the Superdog, Mammoth Mutt and Brainy Barker)

A dog who can use his drool as a weapon in the anmiated TV series and comic book series Krypto the Superdog, about a dog from Superman's planet living on Earth as the pet of a 9 year old boy.

(Also in the series are dogs Ace the Bathound, Bulldog, Paw Pooch, Tail Terrier, Tusky Husky, HotDog)

English Sheepdog

TV series: 2005-2006.

Comics: 2005-2006.

Droopy, dog in (Droopy)

Droopy


A meek dog with a deadpan voice in the animated movies about Droopy who matches wits with either a slick anthropomorphic wolf or a bulldog named Spike; created by Tex Avery and produced by MGM.

Basset Hound

Movies: 1943-1958.

Duchess, dog in (Snow Dogs)

Duchess


(See also Demon, Diesel, Mac, Nana, Scooper, Sniff, and Yodel)

One of the dogs in the movie Snow Dogs, about a dentist who inherits a team of sled dogs and has to learn the sled-trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2002.

Duchess, dog in (The Tale of the Pie and the Patty-Pan)

Duchess


The party honoree in the book The Tale of the Pie and the Patty-Pan, about cat called Ribby and a tea party she holds for her housemate dog; written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter.

Pomeranian

Book: 1905.

Dudley, dog in (T.U.F.F. Puppy)

Dudley


A secret agent in the animated TV series T.U.F.F. Puppy, about a dim-witted secret agent working for an organization called T.U.F.F. (Turbo Undercover Fighting Force) with his partner, Kitty Katswell; created by Butch Hartman.

Generic

TV series: 2010-present.

Dug, dog in (Up)

Dug


A talking dog in the animated movie Up, about an elderly widower a young boy and a dog who all fly to South America in a floating house.

Generic

Movie: 2009.

Duke, dog in (The Beverly Hillbillies)

Duke


(See also Claude)

The family dog in the TV series The Beverly Hillbillies, about a poor backwoods family transplanted to Beverly Hills California after striking oil on their land.

(In the 1st season there was dog Albie.)

Bloodhound

TV series: 1962-1971.

Duke, dog in (Bush's Baked Beans)

Duke


In advertisements for Bush's Baked Beans.

Golden Retriever

Ads: 1995-2012.

Duke, dog in (Bathing Beauty)

Duke


Willis' dog in the movie musical Bathing Beauty, about a contrived misunderstanding that leads to the breakup of a songwriter and his fiancée; starring Red Skelton and Esther Williams.

Great Dane

Movie: 1944.

Duke, dog in (Barnyard)

Duke


The sheep's watchdog in the animated movie Barnyard, about farm animals on their own while the humans are off.

(Also in the movie is dog Everett.)

Sheepdog

Movie: 2006.

Duke, dog in (Captain N: The Game Master)

Duke


Kevin's dog in the animated TV series Captain N: The Game Master, about a teenager from California and his dog who are taken to another universe known as Videoland.

Generic

TV series: 1989-1991.

Duke, dog in (The Quiet American)

Duke


Alden Pyle's dog in the movie The Quiet American, about a love triangle between an English journalist, a CIA agent, and a young Vietnamses girl, set in Viet Nam in the 1950s; starring Michael Caine, Brendan Fraser, and Do Thi Hai Yen; based on the book by Graham Greene

English Mastiff

Movie: 2002.

Dukey, dog in (Johnny Test)

Dukey


Johnny's dog in the animated TV series Johnny Test, about the adventures of a troublesome and bratty boy who lives with his brilliant 13-year-old twin sisters and an intelligent talking dog; created by Scott Fellows.

Generic

TV series: 2005-.

Dum Dum, dog in (Touche Turtle and Dum Dum)

Dum Dum


The turtle's dumb associate in the animated TV series Touche Turtle and Dum Dum, about a pair of heroic fencers who battle villains and heroically saves those in distress; by Hanna-Barbera.

Sheepdog

TV series: 1962.

Dynomutt, dog in (Dynomutt Dog Wonder)

Dynomutt


A robot dog in the animated TV series Dynomutt Dog Wonder, about a super hero called Blue Falcon and his assistant a bumbling yet generally effective robot dog; by Hanna-Barbera.

Doberman Pinscher

TV series: 1976-1977.

Earl, dog in (Mutts)

Earl


In the comic strip Mutts, about the day-to-day adventures of a dog and his cat associate named Mooch; created by Patrick McDonnell.

(Also in the comic strip are dogs Woofie and Guard Dog.)

Generic

Comic strip: 1994-present.

Eddie, dog in (Frasier)

Eddie


(played by Moose)

Martin's dog in the humorous TV series Frasier, about a psychiatrist with a radio show who lives with his father; starring Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves, John Mahoney and David Hyde Pierce.

Jack Russell Terrier

TV series: 1993-2004.

Eddie, dog in (Rover Dangerfield)

Eddie


(See also Daisy, Rover, and Raffles)

Rover's best friend in the animated movie Rover Dangerfield, about a showgirl's dog who gets abducted and ends up working on a farm; by Hyperion Pictures.

Generic small dog

Movie: 1993.

Eddie, dog in (100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd)

Eddie


A canine incarnation of a naughty boy in the TV series 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd, about a boy now dog who has to do 100 good deeds before he can be changed back.

Australian Shepherd

/Siberian Husky mix

TV series: 1999-2002.

Eddie, dog in (The Fabulous Baker Boys)

Eddie


Jack's dog in the movie The Fabulous Baker Boys, about 2 brothers playing twin pianos at night clubs who improve their act with a singer; starring Jeff Bridges, Beau Bridges, and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Black Labrador

Movie: 1989.

Edgar, dog in (For Better or Worse)

Edgar


(See also Farley)

The second family dog in the comic strip For Better or Worse, about a regular American family; by Lynn Johnston.

English Sheepdog

Comic strip: 1995-present.

Edison, dog in (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)

Edison


The family dog in the book in the movie and stage musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, about a wrecked racing motorcar in the early twentieth century; originally written by Ian Fleming.

English Sheepdog

mix

Book: 1964.

Movie: 1965.

Stage musical: 2002, 2005.

Edward, dog in (The Accidental Tourist)

Edward


Muriel Pritchet's unruly dog in the movie The Accidental Tourist, about a writer of travel guides who tries to carry on with his life after his son is killed and his marriage crumbles; starring William Hurt, Kathleen Turner and Geena Davis.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Movie: 1988.

Ein, dog in (Cowboy Bebop)

Ein


A highly intelligent dog in the Japanese animated TV series Cowboy Bebop, about the adventures of a group of bounty hunters traveling on their spaceship.

Welsh Corgi

TV series: 1998-1999.

Einstein, dog in (Oliver & Company)

Einstein


(See also Dodger, Francis, Georgette, Rita, and Tito.)

(Group image.)

A member of Fagin's gang in the animated movie Oliver & Company, a dog story based on the book Oliver Twist by English author Charles Dickens; by Walt Disney.

Great Dane

Movie: 1988.

Einstein, dog in (Back to the Future)

Einstein


Doc Brown's dog in the movie Back to the Future and its sequels about traveling back in time; starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd.

Bearded Collie

Movie: 1985, 1989, 1990.

Einstein, dog in (Watchers)

Einstein


In the book Watchers, about a boy who takes in a stray dog finding out that its an ultra-intelligent runaway from a genetic research lab; written by Dean Koontz; later a movie and three sequels loosely based upon the book; by Walt Disney.

Golden Retriever

Book: 1988.

Movies: 1989, 1990, 1994, 1998.

Einstein, dog in (Breakfast with Einstein)

Einstein


Joey's dog in the TV movie Breakfast with Einstein, about a talking dog who wreaks havoc on the household, making noise, tearing up furniture and more.

Havanese

probably

Movie: 1998.

Electra, dog in (Cathy)

Electra


(see also Vivian)

Cathy's dog in the comic strip Cathy, about a woman and her struggles with food love mom and work; by Cathy Guisewite.

Generic

Comic strip: 1976-2010.

Eliot Shag, dog in (Dog City)

Eliot Shag


(See also Ace Hart and Rosie O'Grady)

The muppet animator in the animated TV series Dog City with puppetry; created by Jim Henson.

(Also in the series are dogs Bugsy, Vile Eddie, Colleen, Mad Dog, Frisky and others.)

German Shepherd

TV series: 1992-1995.

Elvis, dog in (Butch Cassidy)

Elvis


Wally's dog in the animated TV series Butch Cassidy, about a group of teens who lead double lives as popular rock stars and a secret crime fighting team

Genereic

TV series: 1973.

Elwood, dog in (The Shaggy D. A.)

Elwood


Wilby's transformation as a dog in the movie The Shaggy D. A., about a lawyer who finds strange things happening to him; starring Dean Jones.

Old English Sheepdog

Movie: 1976.

Endal, dog in (service dog)

Endal


Famous English service dog who helped people with mental disabilities including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and severe depression; and in the book Endal by Allen and Sandra Parton.

(More about Endal)

Labrador Retriever

Dog: 1995.

Book: 2009.

Enzo, dog in (The Art of Racing in the Rain)

Enzo


Denny's dog in the book The Art of Racing in the Rain, about a race car driver and his dog Enzo who believes in the Mongolian legend that a dog who is prepared will be reincarnated in his next life as a human; by Garth Stein.

Labrador Terrier mix

Book: 2008.

Evie, dog in (We Think the World of You)

Evie


Johnny's dog in the movie We Think the World of You, about an aimless young man who is to sent prison and entrusts his dog to the care of his former lover; starring Gary Oldman and Alan Bates.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1988.

Faith, dog in (two legs)

Faith


The dog born with only two legs.

(More about Faith)

Mixed breed

Dog: 2002-.

Fala, dog in (President Franklin Roosevelt)

Fala


Pet dog of President Franklin Roosevelt.

(More about Fala)

(Also pets of the president were dogs Major, Meggie, Winks, Tiny, President and Blaze.)

Scottish Terrier

Dog: 1940-1952.

Family Dog, dog in (Family Dog)

Family Dog


The narrator in the animated TV series Family Dog, about an average suburban family as told through the eyes of their dog; created by Brad Bird.

Generic

TV series: 1992.

Fang, dog in (Get Smart)

Fang


(Alias Agent K-13)

Agent Smart's dog in the TV series Get Smart about a bumbling secret agent; starring Don Adams.

Briard

TV series: 1965-1970.

Fang, dog in (The Duplex)

Fang


Eno's dog in the comic strip The Duplex, about an overweight unemployed bachelor and his dog; created by Glenn McCoy.

Generic

Comic strip: 1993-present.

Fang, dog in (Harry Potter)

Fang


Hagrid's pet in the books and in the movies Harry Potter, a fantasy series about young children learning to become wizards; written by the British author J. K. Rowling.

Neapolitan Mastiff

Book: 1997-2007.

Movies: 2001-2011.

Fang, dog in (Vampire Dog)

Fang


Ace's dog in the movie Vampire Dog, about a boy who unwittingly adopts a 600 year old talking vampire dog.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2012.

Farfel, dog in (Nestlé's Quik )

Farfel


Ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson's dog and in advertisements for Nestlé's Quik .

Generic

puppet with long ears

Ads: 1953-1965.

Farley, dog in (For Better or Worse)

Farley


(See also Edgar)

The first family dog in the comic strip For Better or Worse, about a regular American family; by Lynn Johnston.

English Sheepdog

Comic strip: 1979-1995.

Fat Dog Mendoza, dog in (Fat Dog Mendoza)

Fat Dog Mendoza


In the British animated TV series for children Fat Dog Mendoza, about a smart-mouthed dog who is incredibly obese and his friends who try to fight crime; created by Scott Musgrove.

Generic but extremely obese

TV series: 1998-2001.

Fay Ray, dog in (William Wegman)

Fay Ray


(See also Man Ray)

The second dog model in the famous photos of photographer William Wegman, named after the film actress who starred in the original movie King Kong.

Weimaraner

Dog: 1985-1995.

Photo:2011.

Feller, dog in (President Harry S Truman)

Feller


Pet dog of President Harry S Truman. Since no one in the White House wanted the puppy Truman decided to give him to the White House physician.

Cocker Spaniel English

Dog: 1947-1961.

Fergus, dog in (Citizen Dog)

Fergus


Mel's dog in the comic strip and several books Citizen Dog, about the antics of Mel and his canine companion; created by Mark O’Hare.

(Also in the comic strip are dogs Arlo and Bruno.)

Generic

Comic strip: 1995-2001.

Fern Walters, dog in (Arthur)

Fern Walters


(See also Binky, Barnes, and Pal)

One of Arthur's classmates in the animated TV series Arthur, about an eight-year-old male anthropomorphic aardvark; an American and Canadian educational TV series for children created by Cookie Jar Group.

Generic

TV series: 1976-present.

Fetch, dog in (Histeria)

Fetch


Loud Kiddington's dog in the animated TV series Histeria, a satirical look at history with a cast of comic characters; by Warner Bros.

Generic

TV series: 1998-2000.

Fido, dog in (President Abraham Lincoln)

Fido


Pet dog of President Abraham Lincoln. The dog was assasinated by a drunk shortly after the death of Lincoln.

(More about Fido)

Unknown

Dog: 1855-1864.

Fifi, dog in (Rugrats)

Fifi


(See also Spike)

Spike's girlfriend in the animated TV series Rugrats, about eight babies as well as two dogs and their day-to-day lives; on Nickleodeon.

Poodle

TV series: 1991-2005.

Fifi, dog in (Open Season 2)

Fifi


(See also Mr. Weenie, Roberto, Rufus, and Charlene.)

(Group image.)

Roberto's companion in the animated movie Open Season 2, about a rag-tag army of animals against the hunters.

Poodle

Movie: 2006.

Fifi the Peke, dog in (Pluto)

Fifi the Peke


(See also Pluto)

Pluto's girlfriend in the animated movies with Pluto, a gregarious dog; by The Walt Disney Studios.

(More about Fifi)

Pekingese

Movies: 1933-1942.

Flash, dog in (The Dukes of Hazzard)

Flash


Rosco's loyal companion in the TV series The Dukes of Hazzard, about two cousins living in a rural part of Georgia racing around in their customized 1969 Dodge Charger.

Basset Hound

TV series: 1979-1985.

Flash, dog in (The Dukes)

Flash


Roscoe's dog in the animated TV series The Dukes, about an automobile race around the world; based upon the live action series; produced by Hanna-Barbera.

Basset Hound

TV series: 1983.

Flash the Wonder Dog, dog in (Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers)

Flash the Wonder Dog


Beloved television star in episode 4 of the animated TV series Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, about a dog, a TV star dressed up like a supere hero, who gets his costume stolen by bad characters.

German Shepherd

TV episode: 1989.

Fleabag, dog in (The Oddball Couple)

Fleabag


In the animated TV series The Oddball Couple, about the misadventures of a messy dog and a neat cat who lived together; by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises; a parody of the play The Odd Couple and the movie and TV series of the same names; by Neil Simon.

Generic large dog

TV series: 1975-1977.

Fleegle, dog in (The Banana Splits)

Fleegle


The guitar player in the live-action TV series The Banana Splits, an hour-long, packaged television variety program featuring a fictional rock band composed of four costumed funny animal characters.

Generic

TV series: 1968-1970.

Flick, dog in (Umberto D)

Flick


Umberto's dog in the Finnish movie Umberto D, about an aged pensioner who can't afford to his rent and tries desperately to raise the money by selling his books and watch.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1952.

Fluffa, dog in (Summerton)

Fluffa


Dan's companion in the British animated TV series for children Summerton, about a beautiful valley where when the rains turns the old waterwheel a little bit of magic takes place; created by Pete Bryden and Ed Cookson.

Generic

TV series: 2005-present.

Fluke, dog in (Fluke)

Fluke


The reincarnated human in the movie Fluke, about a workaholic who dies in an auto accident and comes back to life as a dog; based on the book by James Herbert.

Golden Retriever

Book: 1977.

Movie: 1995.

Fly, dog in (Babe)

Fly


Babe's companion in the movie Babe, about a pig who befriends a dog that teaches him to herd sheep.

(Also in the movie is dog Rex.)

Border Collie

Movie: 1995.

Foofur, dog in (Foofur)

Foofur


Heir-apparent in the animated TV series Foofur, about a dog who inherits his owner's estate but can't take possession; by Freddy Monnickendam at Hanna-Barbera.

Generic hound

TV series: 1986-1988.

Francis, dog in (Oliver & Company)

Francis


(See also Dodge, Einstein, Georgette, Rita, and Tito.)

(Group image.)

A member of Fagin's gang in the animated movie Oliver & Company, a dog story based on the book Oliver Twist by English author Charles Dickens; by Walt Disneyy.

Bulldog

Movie: 1988.

Francis, dog in (Superstar)

Francis


Mary's dog in the movie Superstar about a homely girl who wants to become a superstar by performing in her school's talent show; starring Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon.

Mexican Hairless

Movie: 1999.

Frank the Pug, dog in (Men in Black)

Frank the Pug


A alien in disguise in the science fiction comedy movie Men in Black. Frank is also in the 2002 sequel and the 2007 movie Frank.

(More about Frank)

Pug

Movie: 1997, 2002.

Fred, dog in (Smokey and the Bandit)

Fred


Snow's dog in the movie Smokey and the Bandit, about buddies running a tractor trailer full of beer over county lines in hot pursuit by a sheriff starring Burt Reynolds and Sally Field.

Basset Hound

Movie: 1997.

Fred Bassett, dog in (Fred Bassett)

Fred Bassett


(See also Jock)

In the comic strip Fred Bassett, about a snobbish dog who appreciates the finer qualities of life; created by Scottish cartoonist Alex Graham.

Bassett Hound

Comic strip: 1963-present.

Freeway, dog in (Hart to Hart)

Freeway


The Hart's dog in the TV series Hart to Hart, about a self-made millionaire and beautiful freelance journalist who spend their free time as amateur detectives; starring Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers.

Löwchen

TV series: 1979-1984.

Freeway, dog in (Darling Companion)

Freeway


Beth's dog in the movie Darling Companion, about a woman who loves her dog more than her husband who proceeds to lose the dog; starring Diane Keaton and Kevin Kline.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2012.

Friday, dog in (Hotel for Dogs)

Friday


Andi and Bruce's dog in the movie Hotel for Dogs, about two orphans who hide their dog at an abandoned hotel after their strict guardians tell them that pets are forbidden at home.

Jack Russell Terrier

Movie: 2009.

Fritz, dog in (Koko the Clown)

Fritz


Koko's dog in the early animated movie Koko the Clown; created by animation pioneer Max Fleischer who invented the rotoscope a device that allowed for animation to be more lifelike.

Generic

Movie: 1919-1929.

Fu, dog in (American Dragon: Jake Long)

Fu


Lao's companion in the animated TV series American Dragon: Jake Long, about a 13-year-old boy who can change into a dragon and protect the magical creatures living in the city; by Walt Disney.

Shar Pei

TV series: 2005-2007.

Fuji, dog in (The Osmonds)

Fuji


The musician's dog in the animated TV series The Osmonds, depicting the real-life musical family as cartoon characters.

Great Dane

TV series: 1972-1974.

Fumbles, dog in (Where's Huddles?)

Fumbles


Huddles' dog in the animated TV series Where's Huddles?, about a professional football quarterback and his neighbor; by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1970-1971.

Fuzz, dog in (Ziggy)

Fuzz


Ziggy's dog in the comic strip Ziggy, featuring a small bald trouserless barefoot character with a large nose who seems to have no friends other than a menagerie of pets; created by Tom Wilson.

Generic

Comic strip: 1969-present.

Fuzzby, dog in (Grandma Bricks of Swallow Street)

Fuzzby


In the British animated TV series Grandma Bricks of Swallow Street, one of many series from Cosgrove Hall Films a British animation studio.

Generic shaggy dog

TV series: 1976-1978.

Gander, dog in (World War II)

Gander


(Originally called Pal)

A dog with the Royal Rifles a regiment of the Canadian Army during World War II who was killed saving the lives of several wounded Canadian soldiers in 1941.

(More about Gander)

Newfoundland

Dog: 1940-1941.

Gaspode, dog in (Discworld)

Gaspode


A thinking and speaking dog in the fantasy books Discworld. In particular he appears in the 1990 novel Moving Pictures; written by Terry Pratchet.

(More about Gaspode)

Terrier

Book: 1990.

Gecko, dog in (Duckman)

Gecko


Duckman's purple dog in the animated TV series Duckman, based on characters created by Everett Peck in his Dark Horse publication.

Generic

TV series: 1994-1997.

Gelert, dog in (Beddgelert)

Gelert


The dog of legend associated with the village of Beddgelert in Wales made famous in a poem by William Robert Spencer.

(More about Gelert)

(Image shown is a painting by Charles Burton Barber.

Irish Wolfhound

Poem: 1800.

Gelert, dog in (Gelert)

Gelert


A dog of legend in the animated movie Gelert, about Prince Llywelyn and his faithful hound in old Wales; based upon the legend.

Irish Wolfhound

Movie: 2008.

Genevieve, dog in (Madeline)

Genevieve


Madeline's dog in the children's book series and animated TV series for children about Madeline, about a girl who lives in Paris and attends a boarding school; written by Ludwig Bemelmans.

Generic

Books: 1939-1967.

TV series: 1991-2007.

George, dog in (Bringing Up Baby)

George


Susan's dog in the movie Bringing Up Baby, about a paleontologist pursued by a flighty heiress and her pet leopard; starring Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn.

Wire Fox Terrier

Movie: 1938.

George, dog in (George!)

George


Jim's dog in the movie George!, about an airplane pilot living in Switzerland is terribly disrupted when his sister gets married for the fourth time and bequeaths him her 250-pound St. Bernard.

St. Bernard

Movie: 1972.

Georgette, dog in (Oliver & Company)

Georgette


(See also Dodger, Einstein, Francis, Rita, and Tito.)

(Group image.)

Foxworth family's poodle in the animated movie Oliver & Company, a dog story based on the book Oliver Twist by English author Charles Dickens; produced by Walt Disney.

Bulldog

Movie: 1988.

Gin, dog in (Kate and Gin)

Gin


Kate's dog in the TV team Kate and Gin, made famous on Britain's Got Talent 2008.

Border Collie

Dog: 2001.

TV fame: 2008.

Gin, dog in (Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin)

Gin


Daisuke's dog in the Japanese comic series and animated TV series Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin, about a dog who leaves his master to join a pack of wild dogs from all over Japan to fight a deranged bear and his minions.

Akita

Comic series: 1983-1987.

TV series: 1986.

Ginger, dog in (Ginger Pye)

Ginger


Jerry's dog in the book Ginger Pye, about a smart dog who gets stolen; written by Eleanor Estes.

Generic

Book: 1952.

Goddard, dog in (The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius)

Goddard


Jimmy's robot dog in the animated TV series The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, about a boy genius who creates gadgets, his robot dog and his friends and family in Retroville; on Nickelodeon. Also a movie, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.

Robot dog

Movie: 2001.

TV series: 2002-2006.

Goliath, dog in (Samson and Goliath)

Goliath


Samson's dog in the animated TV series Samson and Goliath, about a superhero teenager and his dog as they ride around the country on a motorbike fighting evil; by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1967.

Goober, dog in (Goober and the Ghost Chasers)

Goober


The Partridge kids' dog in the animated TV series Goober and the Ghost Chasers, about a group of teenagers solving spooky mysteries with their dog who can become invisible; by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1973-1975.

Goofy, dog in (A Goofy Movie)

Goofy


In animated movies such as A Goofy Movie by Walt Disney; originally Dippy Dawg.

(More about Goofy)

Generic

Movies: since 1932.

Goosers, dog in (The Twisted Whiskers Show)

Goosers


Claude's dog in the animated TV series The Twisted Whiskers Show; based on the Twisted Whiskers greeting cards; created by Terrill Bohlar.

Yellow Labrador

TV series: 2010.

Grace, dog in (Kit Kittredge: An American Girl)

Grace


Kit's dog in the movie Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, set in Cincinnati at the height of the Great Depression where a resourceful young girl helps her mother run a boardinghouse after her father loses his job; starring Abigail Breslin.

Basset Hound

Movie: 2008.

Granite, dog in (Child of the Wolves)

Granite


A runaway dog in the book Child of the Wolves, about a dog who doesn't want to be a sled dog so runs away and joins a wolf pack; written by Elizabeth Hall.

Siberian Husky

Book: 1996.

Greta, dog in (Play Dead)

Greta


Hester's gift to her niece in the movie Play Dead, about a woman who uses her magic powers and a vicious Rotweiller dog to murder her relatives; starring Yvonne De Carlo.

Rottweiler

Movie: 1986.

Greyfriars Bobby, dog in (Greyfriars Bobby)

Greyfriars Bobby


Loyal dog of Auld Jock in the book and Disney movie Greyfriars Bobby, about a dog who follows a fired farm worker who ultimately dies in poverty and is buried in Greyfriar's Kirkyard. Bobby returns to Auld Jock's grave every night to sleep; based on the book by Eleanor Atkinson.

Skye Terrier

Book: 1912.

Movies: 1961, 2005.

Grimm, dog in (Mother Goose and Grimm)

Grimm


A talking dog owned by Mother Goose in the comic strip Mother Goose and Grimm which includes both one-day gags and week-long storylines involving the main characters; created by Mike Peters.

Bull Terrier

Comic strip: 1984-present.

Grits, dog in (President Jimmy Carter's)

Grits


Pet dog of President Jimmy Carter's daughter Amy, a gift from her teacher. The dog was given back shortly afterwards.

Mixed breed

Dog: 1978-1980.

Gromit, dog in (Wallace and Gromit)

Gromit


Wallace's companion in the several animated movies (claymation)about Wallace and Gromit, an absent-minded inventor and his companion, an anthropomorphic intelligent dog; created by Nick Park. The 2005 The Curse of the Were-Rabbit was a feature-length movie.

Generic

Movies: 1989, 1993; 1995; 2005, 2008.

GT, dog in (Turbo Dogs)

GT


(See also Mags, Strut, Stinkbert, Clutch and Dash)

(See group image.)

Six dogs friends in the animated TV series Turbo Dogs, about canine friends who learn lessons in friendship, fair play, and teamwork while being the fastest dogs in Racerville.

(Also in the series are dogs Ump, Five, Marlene, Zanner, Rock Rally, and others.)

Bulldog

TV series: 2008-2010.

Gumbo, dog in (Adam@home)

Gumbo


The family dog in the comic strip Adam@home, about a stay-at-home consultant and his family; created by Brian Basset. The dog was added to the strip in October, 2012.

Mixed breed

shepherd/retriever

Comic strip: 1984.

Gus, dog in (Iron Will)

Gus


Will's dog in the movie Iron Will. about a guy who decides to join a cross country dogsled race; starring Mackenzie Astin and Kevin Spacey.

Siberian Husky

Movies: 1994.

Gus, dog in (King)

Gus


Russel's dog in the Canadian animated TV series King, about a boy who finds a portal under his bed leading to an alternate universe called Under. Also aired in the United Kingdom.

West Highland White Terrier

(Westie)

TV series: 2003-2007.

Gus, dog in (Saving Grace)

Gus


Grace’s dog in the TV series Saving Grace, about a jaded Oklahoma City police detective when an angel gives her the chance to redeem her life; starring Holly Hunter.

American Bulldog

TV series: 2007-2010.

Gyp, dog in (Adam Bede)

Gyp


Adam's faithful dog in the book Adam Bede, about a love "rectangle" between beautiful but self-absorbed woman, a young squire who seduces her, her unacknowledged suitor, and a fervent, virtuous and beautiful Methodist lay preacher; written by George Eliot.

Generic Terrier

Book: 1859.

H. G. Wells, dog in (Father Dear Father)

H. G. Wells


The father's pet in the British TV series and the movie Father Dear Father, about a writer of trashy thriller novels who finds himself bringing up his two irrepressible daughters. An Australian sequel series followed in 1978.

St. Bernard

TV series: 1968-1973.

Movie: 1973.

Hachiko, dog in (Hachiko: The True Story of a Loyal Dog)

Hachiko


A Japanese dog remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his owner and in the children's book Hachiko: The True Story of a Loyal Dog; written by Pamela S. Turner.

(More about Hachiko)

Akita

Dog: 1923-1935.

Book: 2004.

Hachiko, dog in (Hachiko: A Dog’s Story)

Hachiko


(Also known as Hachi)

Parker's dog in the movie Hachiko: A Dog’s Story, based upon a loyal Japanese dog.

(More about Hachiko)

Akita

Movie: 2009.

Hambone, dog in (Hambone and Hillie)

Hambone


Hillie's dog in the movie Hambone and Hillie, about a dog who gets lost at an airport and treks cross country to be reunited with his owner; starring Lillian Gish and Candy Clark.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1983.

Hamlet, dog in (Head Over Heels)

Hamlet


Jim's dog in the movie Head Over Heels, about a woman who thinks she has witnessed the man of her dreams committing a cold blooded crime; starring Monica Potter and Freddie Prinze, Jr.

Great Dane

Movie: 2001.

Hank, dog in (The Truth About Cats & Dogs)

Hank


Brian's dog in the movie The Truth About Cats & Dogs, about a successful radio-show host with low self-esteem who asks her modeling friend to impersonate her when she is suppose to meet a handsome man; starring Janeane Garofalo and Uma Thurman.

Great Dane

Movie: 1996.

Hank the Cowdog, dog in (Hank the Cowdog)

Hank the Cowdog


The self-styled "Head of Ranch Security" in the book series about Hank the Cowdog, about the proud but bumbling Hank; written by John R. Erickson.

Mixed breed

(pure-bred cowdog)

Book: 1982-2009.

Happy, dog in (7th Heaven)

Happy


The family dog in the TV series 7th Heaven, about a minister father, stay-at-home mother and their seven children; starring Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks.

Terrier

mix

TV series: 1996-2006.

Happy Walter Higginbottom, dog in (The Mighty B!)

Happy Walter Higginbottom


Bessie's companion in the animated TV series The Mighty B!, about an ambitious girlscout who believes she will become a superhero if she collects every Honeybee badge; co-created by Amy Poehler, Cynthia True and Erik Wiese for Nickelodeon.

Generic

TV series: 2008-2011.

Hardly Boys, dog in (The Hardly Boys in Hardly Gold)

Hardly Boys


(Fay Ray, Battina, Crooky and Chundo)

(See also Fay Ray listing.)

Photographer William Wegman's dogs dressed up as people in the movie The Hardly Boys in Hardly Gold where the Hardly family has to solve some mysteries while on vacation at the Hardly Inn in Maine.

Weimaraner

Movie: 1995.

Harry, dog in (Harry by the Sea)

Harry


A friendly little dog in the children's book Harry by the Sea who visits the seashore only to be mistaken for a sea serpent when a big wave covers him with seaweed; written by Gene Zion and illustrated by Margaret Bloy Graham. Also in the book Harry and the Lady Next Door.

Border Collie

Book: 1976, 1978.

Harvey, dog in (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial)

Harvey


The family dog in the movie E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, about a meek and alienated little boy who finds a stranded extraterrestrial; starring Dee Wallace, Peter Coyote and Drew Barrymore.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 1982.

Hector, dog in (Heck’s Way Home)

Hector


The family dog in the TV movie Heck’s Way Home, about a dog who escapes from the pound to journey his way back to his family; starring Alan Arkin.

Border Collie

TV movie: 1996.

Hector, dog in (The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries)

Hector


Granny's bulldog and Tweety's bodyguard in the animated movies The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries; by Warner Brothers.

(More about Hector)

Bulldog

Cartoons: since 1947.

Heidi, dog in (President Dwight D. Eisenhower)

Heidi


Pet of President Dwight D. Eisenhower

Weimaraner

Dog: 1956-1966.

Hercules, dog in (The Sandlot)

Hercules


Mr. Mertle's dog in the movies The Sandlot, about a group of young baseball players during the summer of 1962.

English Mastiff

Movie: 1993.

Higgins, dog in (Benji)

Higgins


Dog actor known mainly for his role as Benji in films.

(More about Higgins)

Mixed breed

Dog: 1954-1975.

Him and Her, dog in (President Lyndon Johnson)

Him and Her


Pet dogs of President Lyndon Johnson. Her died at the White House in November 1964 after she swallowed a stone. Him died in June 1966 when he was hit by a car while chasing a squirrel. (Also the president received as a gift a white Collie named Blanco.)

Beagles

Dog: 1963-1966.

Hintza, dog in (A Far Off Place)

Hintza


Harry's dog in the movie A Far Off Place. Survivors of a massacre must flee across the kalahari desert.

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Movie: 1993.

Hobo, dog in (The Littlest Hobo)

Hobo


(Never actually named on-screen)

In the American movie and Canadian live-action TV series The Littlest Hobo, about a stray dog who wanders from town to town helping people in need. He was often given names by his many temporary owners.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1958.

TV series: 1963-1965, 1979-1985.

Hong Kong Phooey, dog in (Hong Kong Phooey)

Hong Kong Phooey


The superhero in the animated TV series Hong Kong Phooey, about a dog who uses Chinese martial arts to fight crime; produced by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1974-1976.

Hooch, dog in (Turner and Hooch)

Hooch


Turner's dog in the movie Turner and Hooch, about a detective who adopts the dog of a dead man to help him find the murderer; starring Tom Hanks.

Dogue de Bordeaux

Movie: 1989.

Horand von Grafrath, dog in (first German Shepherd)

Horand von Grafrath


The first German Shepherd; developed in Germany by "Captain" Max von Stephanitz.

(More about Horand von Grafrath)

German Shepherd

Dog: 1895-1899.

Horrie, dog in (World War II)

Horrie


(the Wog-Dog)

Mascot of the Second Australian Imperial Force in World War II acting as a guard dog and giving early warning of enemy aircraft.

(More about Horrie)

Terrier mix

Dog: 1941-1942.

Hot Dog, dog in (Archie)

Hot Dog


Jughead's dog in the comics Archie, a long running series about teenage friends; created by publisher/editor John L. Goldwater.

Generic

Comics: 1941-present.

Howard Huge, dog in (Howard Huge)

Howard Huge


A family dog in the comic strip Howard Huge; by Bunny Hoerst. (Copyright 2010 Wm. Hoest Enterprises Inc. reprinted courtesy of Bunny Hoest.)

St. Bernard

Comic strip: 1981-present.

Howie, dog in (Almost Naked Animals)

Howie


Manager of the Banana Cabana in the animated TV series Almost Naked Animals, about Howie and his staff and their unusual adventures in the tropical resort; created by Noah Z. Jones.

Generic

TV series: 2011-2013.

Hoze Hounds, dog in (Hoze Houndz)

Hoze Hounds


(Including dogs Hozer, Squirt, Steamer, Fontaine, Crystal and Brooke)

Six fire dogs in the Canadian animated TV series Hoze Houndz, about the misadventures of a fire-fighting team.

Dalmatian

TV series: 1999-present.

Huan, dog in (The Silmarillion)

Huan


(Also known as the Hound of Valinor)

Celegorm's companion in the book The Silmarillion; written by J. R. R. Tolkien a Middle-earth hound.

(More about Huan)

Wolfhound

Book: 1977.

Hubble, dog in (Good Boy!)

Hubble


An intergalactic dog pilot in the movie Good Boy!, about a dog from the star Sirius who visits Earth to verify that dogs have failed to take over the planet; starring Matthew Broderick.

(Also in the movie are Poodle Barbara Ann, Boxer Wilson, Italian Greyhound Nelly, Bernese Mountain Dog Shep.)

Border Terrier

Movie: 2003.

Hubert, dog in (The Duke)

Hubert


The heir to a fortune in the movie The Duke, about a dog Hubert inheriting an English country mansion.

(Also in the movie are a poodle Coquette and a Basset Hound Daisy.)

Black and Tan Coonhound

Movie: 1999.

Hubert, dog in (Best in Show)

Hubert


(See also Beatrice, Miss Agness, Winky, and Rhapsody in White)

Harlan Pepper's dog in the movie Best in Show, about five dogs and their owners at the Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show held in Philadelphia.

Bloodhound

Movie: 2000.

Huckleberry Hound, dog in (The Huckleberry Hound Show)

Huckleberry Hound


In the animated TV series The Huckleberry Hound Show, about a blue dog that speaks with a Southern drawl with a relaxed sweet and well-intentioned personality; produced by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1958-1962.

Huddersfield Ben, dog in (first Yorkshire Terrier)

Huddersfield Ben


The first Yorkshire Terrier who won many prizes as a show dog and in ratting contests.

(More about Hudderfield Ben)

Yorkshire Terrier

Dog: 1865-1871.

Hush Puppy, dog in (Shari Lewis Show)

Hush Puppy


In the children's TV show Shari Lewis Show, a puppet on the hand of Shari Lewis.

Generic

TV series: 1960s.

Iggy, dog in (Dogs of C-Kennel)

Iggy


See also Kenny, Oliver, Tucker, and Willy.)

(Group image.)

In the comic strip Dogs of C-Kennel; created and written by Mick Mastroianni and illustrated by "B.C." artist Mason Mastroianni.

Chihuahua

Comic strip: 2007-present.

Itchiford

Itchiford "Itchy"


(See also Charles B. Barkin and Carface V. Malone)

Charlie's cowardly friend in the animated movie All Dogs Go To Heaven in which Charlie reunites with Itchy and plots his revenge against Carface by setting up a rival business; produced at Sullivan Bluth Studios in Dublin.

Dachshund

Movie: 1989.

Ivana, dog in (The Suite Life of Zack & Cody)

Ivana


Pet dog of The Tipton Hotel ditzy heiress in the TV series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, about trouble-making twins who live at the Tipton Hotel; shown on the Disney Channel.

Pomeranian

TV series: 2005-2008.

Jack, dog in (Little House on the Prairie)

Jack


(See also Bandit)

The first family dog in the books and TV series Little House on the Prairie; based on the memories of Laura Ingalls Wilder's childhood in the Midwest region of the United States during the late 19th century.

Border Collie

Book: 1935-1939.

TV series: 1974-1977.

Jack, dog in (The Last Dog on Earth)

Jack


Logan's dog in the book The Last Dog on Earth, about a boy and a dog in a world threatened by an incurable disease spreading across the nation; written by Daniel Ehrenhaft.

Mixed breed

Book: 2003.

Jack, dog in (Lost & Found)

Jack


Lila's dog in the movie Lost & Found, about a restaurant owner who is in love with his new neighbor and attempts to get her affections by kidnapping her dog and offering to help her find him; starring David Spade.

Cairn Terrier

Movie: 1999.

Jack, dog in (Tales of the Gold Monkey)

Jack


Jake's trusted one-eyed terrier in the TV series Tales of the Gold Monkey, about the adventures of a 1930s Pacific Islands bush pilot, his dog and his mechanic; starring Stephen Collins.

Jack Russell Terrier

TV series: 1982-1983.

Jack, dog in (The Lake House)

Jack


The dog that Alex and Kate share in the movie The Lake House, about two strangers who fall in love but are living in a different time; starring Snadra Bullock and Keanu Reeves.

Portuguese Podengo

Movie: 2006.

Jackyl, dog in (Dude Where's My Car?)

Jackyl


Nelson's cannabis-loving dog in the movie Dude Where's My Car?, about two potheads who wake up from a night of partying and can't remember where they parked their car; starring Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott.

Chihuahua

mix

Movie: 2000.

Jake, dog in (The Last Chance Detectives: Escape from Fire Lake)

Jake


Mike's dog in the movie The Last Chance Detectives: Escape from Fire Lake, about a boy and his dog who are kidnapped by two bank robbers and left in the desert to die; starring Anthony De Longis.

Border Collie

Movie: 1996.

Jake, dog in (Puppy Love)

Jake


Ben's dog in the TV movie Puppy Love, about man whose lost dog is found by a woman and her daughter, leading to them sharing him and romance; starring Candace Cameron Bure and Victor Webster.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2012.

Jake, dog in (Adventure Time)

Jake


Finn's dog in the animated TV series Adventure Time, about a 14-year-old boy and his dog with magical powers living in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo; created by Pendleton Ward.

Generic

TV series: 2010-present.

James Hound, dog in (Dr. Ha-Ha)

James Hound


In the animated TV series as in the episode Dr. Ha-Ha, about a bumbling kung-fu artist like Hong Kong Phooey; by Terrytoons.

Generic

TV series: 1966-1967.

Jason, dog in (Hush Puppies)

Jason


In advertisements for Hush Puppies, a brand of casual shoes by Wolverine Worldwide.

Basset Hound

Ads: since 1985-present.

Dog: 1979-1990.

Jasper, dog in (I Want to Kill the Dog)

Jasper


Meredith Vieira's dog and subject of the book I Want to Kill the Dog, in which author and journalist Richard M. Cohen recounts with humor how his wife's beloved pet becomes a dominate player in the family.

Mixed breed

(probably Australian Shepherd and Poodle)

Book: 2012.

Jasper, dog in (Rebecca)

Jasper


Maxim de Winter's dog in the movie Rebecca, about a self-conscious bride who is tormented by the memory of her husband's dead first wife; starring Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine, directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

Cocker Spaniel

Movie: 1940.

Jean, dog in (Vitagraph Dog)

Jean


(The Vitagraph Dog)

Dog actor known as the Vitagraph Dog that performed title roles in early silent films. The Vitagraph Studios was the most prolific American film production company in 1907.

Border Collie

Dog: 1905-1916.

Jeb, dog in (VR Troopers)

Jeb


Ryan's dog in the TV series VR Troopers, about three young men messing with virtual reality to save the planet.

Redbone Coonhound

TV series: 1994-1996.

Jelly Roll, dog in (Jibber Jabber)

Jelly Roll


The kids' dog in the animated TV series Jibber Jabber, about fraternal twins who have very active imaginations and share the same vision of their adventures.

Generic

TV series: 2007.

Jenna, dog in (Balto)

Jenna


(See also Balto)

Balto's love interest in the animated movie Balto, based on a true story.

(Also appearing are dogs Steele, Kaltag, Star, Nikki, Dixie, and Sylvie.)

(Sequels include Balto II and Balto III.)

Siberian Husky

Movies: 1995, 2002, 2004.

Jennie, dog in (Higglety Pigglety Pop!)

Jennie


(See book image.)

In the movie and the book Higglety Pigglety Pop!, about a dog who is not content with having everything but must go out in the world to find something she doesn't have; starring Meryl Streep and Forest Whitaker. The book was written by Maurice Sendak.

Sealyham terrier

Movie: 2010.

Book: 1967.

Jerry, dog in (Jerry of the Islands)

Jerry


Mister Haggin's dog in the book Jerry of the Islands, about a dog and his master on a whaling ship in the South Seas; written by Jack London.

Irish Terrier

Book: 1917.

Jerry Lee, dog in (K9)

Jerry Lee


A police dog in the movie K9, about a mischievous drug-sniffy dog.

Sequels include K-911 in 1999 and K-9: P.I. in 2002.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1989, 1999, 2002.

Jessie, dog in (Animal Farm)

Jessie


The narrating dog in the TV movie Animal Farm, about animals on a farm who revolt against their human owner and end up with a tyranny; base on George Orwell's book of the same name.

Border Collie

Movie: 1999.

Jim, dog in (Station Jim)

Jim


A dog left at the staion in the British TV movie Station Jim, about a station master and orphans who fight bad guys who threaten dognapping and assassin, with the help of the dog.

Jack Russell Terrier

Movie: 2001.

Jim the Wonder Dog, dog in (remarkable abilities)

Jim the Wonder Dog


Alleged to have a variety of remarkable abilities.

(More about Jim the Wonder dog)

Llewellin Setter

Dog: 1925-1937.

Jip, dog in (Doctor Dolittle)

Jip


One of the doctor's brood in the several children's books Doctor Dolittle, about a doctor who shuns human patients in favour of animals with whom he can speak; based loosely on the books written by Hugh Lofting.

Sheep Dog

Book: series 1920-1933.

Jitters, dog in (Raw Toonage)

Jitters


A character in the animated TV series Raw Toonage; a cartoon series by Walt Disney; starring various characters.

Generic

TV series: 1992.

Jo-Fi, dog in (Sigmund Freud)

Jo-Fi


Pet of Sigmund Freud who he was greatly attached to and who frequently stayed in his office during psychoanalytic sessions.

Chow Chow

Dog: 1926-1937.

Jock, dog in (Lady and the Tramp)

Jock


(See also Lady, Tramp, Scamp, and Trusty)

A friend of Lady in the animated movie Lady and the Tramp, about an American Cocker Spaniel who lives with a refined upper middle-class family and a stray called Tramp; produced by Walt Disney.

Scottish Terrier

Movie: 1955.

Jock, dog in (Fred Bassett)

Jock


(See also Fred)

Fred's companion in the comic strip Fred Bassett; created by Scottish cartoonist Alex Graham.

(Also occasionally in the strip are dogs Yorky and Fifi.)

Scottish Terrier

Comic strip: 1963-present.

Jock of the Bushveld, dog in (Jock of the Bushveld)

Jock of the Bushveld


(See movie image.)

The author's dog in the book Jock of the Bushveld, based on the true story about the author's travels with his dog during the 1880s in South Africa; written by James Percy Fitzpatrick. It later was made into a movie Jock: A True Tale of Friendship and still later a 3D movie.

Pit Bull

Book: 1907.

Movie: 1992, 2011.

Joe, dog in (Run Joe Run)

Joe


Sgt. Corey's dog in the TV series Run Joe Run, about a K-9 dog who is falsely accused of attacking his master escapes being put down and while on the run helps people he encountered.

German Sheperd

TV series: 1974-1976.

John Joiner, dog in (The Roly-Poly Pudding)

John Joiner


The carpenter in the children's book The Roly-Poly Pudding, also know as The Tale of Samuel Whiskers; written by Beatrix Potter.

Terrier

Book: 1908, 1926.

Jonnie, dog in (Ring of Bright Water)

Jonnie


Mary's dog in the movie Ring of Bright Water, about a man with a pet otter who moves into a rustic cottage overlooking the sea in Scotland where he meets a woman and her dog; starring Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna; based on the book by Gavin Maxwell.

Brittany

Movie: 1969.

Judy, dog in (World War II)

Judy


Mascot of the Royal Navy in World War II, only dog to be taken as a prisoner of war by the Japanese.

(More about Judy)

Pointer

Dog: 1937-1950.

Junkyard, dog in (Race to Witch Mountain)

Junkyard


The dog the kids befriend in the movie Race to Witch Mountain, about a Las Vegas cabbie who enlists the help of a UFO expert to protect two kids with paranormal powers from an evil organization; starring Dwayne Johnson.

Labrador Retriever mix

Movie: 2009.

K-9, dog in (Marvin the Martian)

K-9


Marvin's dog in the animated movies Marvin the Martian of Looney Tunes.

(More about K-9)

Martian dog

Movies: since 1948.

Kashtanka, dog in (Kastanka)

Kashtanka


A dog who must choose between a circus life or a loving family in the book Kastanka; written by Anton Chekov.

Mixed breed

Book: 1887.

Katie, dog in (What Dreams May Come)

Katie


The Nielsen's dog in the book and movie What Dreams May Come, about a death in the family... in fact several; starring Robin Williams; based on a novel by Richard Matheson.

Dalmatian

Book: 1978.

Movie: 1998.

Kavik, dog in (The Courage of Kavik the Wolf Dog)

Kavik


Andy's adopted dog in the movie The Courage of Kavik the Wolf Dog, about the travails of a sled-dog (not really a wolf-dog) who finally finds a home.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1980.

Kazan, dog in (Jaws of Justice)

Kazan


Witness to murder in the movie Jaws of Justice, where Sgt. Kincaid of the Mounties comes to the aid of the murdered man's daughter and her mute friend Kickabout; starring Jack Perrin.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1933.

Kelly, dog in (Kelly and me)

Kelly


Len's dog in the movie Kelly and me, about a failed vaudevillean who finds a trained dog that helps him succeed in early talking films; starring Van Johnson and Piper Laurie.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1957.

Kenny, dog in (Dogs of C-Kennel)

Kenny


See also Oliver, Iggy, Tucker, and Willy.)

(Group image.)

In the comic strip Dogs of C-Kennel; created and written by Mick Mastroianni and illustrated by "B.C." artist Mason Mastroianni.

Husky

Comic strip: 2007-present.

Kep, dog in (The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck)

Kep


A friend of Jemima in the book for children The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck, about a duck who wants to keep her eggs safe; written by Beatrice (Webb) Potter.

Collie

Book: 1908.

Kevin, dog in (Newshounds)

Kevin


(See also Rochelle, Sam, Renata, and Wolfram.)

(See group image.)

One of the staff of news broadcasting company, KPET in the web comic strip Newshounds; drawn and written by Thomas K. Dye and hosted by online comics syndicate Keenspot.

Golden Retriever

Comic strip: 1997-present.

Kewpie, dog in (Born Loser)

Kewpie


The family dog in the comic strip Born Loser, about a guy who can't get any breaks; created by Art Sansom and continued by his son Chip Sansom.

Generic

Comic strip: 1965-present.

Khyi Yang Po, dog in (The Shaggy Dog)

Khyi Yang Po


Dave's reincarnation as a dog in the movie The Shaggy Dog, a remake of the 1959 movie; starring Tim Allen.

(See Chiffon for 1959 film.)

Bearded Collie

Movie: 2006.

King, dog in (Challenge of The Yukon)

King


(Also known as Yukon King)

(See comic book image.)

A Mounted Policeman's sled dog in the radio and TV series and comic book Challenge of The Yukon, aka Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, about the Monty and his dog fighting evildoers in the Northern wilderness in the 1890s; TV series starred Richard Simmons.

Alaskan Malamute

Radio: 1938-1954.

TV show: 1955-1958.

Comics: 1951-1958.

.

King Tut, dog in (President Herbert Hoover)

King Tut


Pet of President Herbert Hoover.

Belgian Shepherd

Dog: 1928-1933.

Kipper, dog in (Kipper)

Kipper


(See also Tiger)

The main character in a series of books and in the animated TV series Kipper, about a mischievous and funny dog and his friends; written by Mick Inkpen.

Generic

Book series: 1992-2008.

TV series: 1999-2001.

Kleberg, dog in (Study of Kleberg)

Kleberg


Dog in the painting Study of Kleberg, by Jamie Wyeth. The Wyeth dog was named by Mrs. Wyeth after her friend Robert Kleberg breeder of Yellow Labs.

Yellow Labrador Retriever

Portrait of the dog: 1984.

Koko, dog in (The Other Coast)

Koko


(See also Sakura)

One of the family dogs in the comic strip The Other Coast; written by Adrian Raeside.

Border Collie

Comic strip: 2001-present.

Kolin Kelly, dog in (Krazy Kat)

Kolin Kelly


(See also Offissa Bull Pup)

A brickmaker in the comic strip Krazy Kat, about the love triangle between a cat, an antagonist mouse and a protective police dog; created by cartoonist George Herriman.

Generic

Comic strip: 1913-1944.

Kreeg, dog in (Sojourn)

Kreeg


Arwyn's dog in the comic book series Sojourn, about a woman, her dog and a one-eyed man who travel throughout the planet Quin looking for 5 shards of a magic arrow.

Mixed breed

Comics: 2001-2004.

Krypto, dog in (Superman)

Krypto


Superman's dog in the various comic books starring Superman; published by DC comics.

(More about Krypto)

Great Dane

Comics: 1955-present.

Krypto the Superdog, dog in (Krypto the Superdog)

Krypto the Superdog


(See also Brainy Barker, Drooly and Mammoth Mutt)

Kevin's companion in the animated TV series and comic book series Krypto the Superdog, about a dog from Superman's planet living on Earth as the pet of a 9 year old boy.

(Also in the series are dogs Ace the Bathound, Bulldog, Paw Pooch, Tail Terrier, Tusky Husky, Hot Dog)

Great Dane

TV series: 2005-2006.

Comics: 2005-5006.

Kyle, dog in (Despicable Me)

Kyle


Gru's dog in the animated movie Despicable Me, about a criminal mastermind who uses a trio of orphan girls as pawns for a grand scheme.

Unknown

Movie: 2010.

Lad, dog in (Lad: a Dog)

Lad


The author's dog and in the book Lad: a Dog; based on the life of author's real-life pet; written by Albert Payson Terhune the first of his many novels about dogs.

Collie Rough

Dog: 1902-1918.

Book: 1919.

Ladadog, dog in (Please Don't Eat the Daisies)

Ladadog


The family dog in the TV series Please Don't Eat the Daisies and The Doris Day Show; starring Doris Day and David Niven.

Bearded Collie

(perhaps a Sheepdog)

TV series: 1965-1967, 1968-1973.

Laddie Boy, dog in (President Warren G. Harding)

Laddie Boy


Pet of President Warren G. Harding.

(More about Laddie Boy)

(Also in the White House was a Bulldog called Oh Boy.)

Airedale Terrier

Dog: 1920-1929.

Lady, dog in (Goodbye My Lady)

Lady


(Also known as Isis)

Skeeter's dog in the book and in the movie Goodbye My Lady, about an old man and a young boy living in the Georgia swamps who are brought together by the love of a dog; written by James H. Street. The movie starred Walter Brennan and Brandon DeWilde.

Basenji

Book: 1954.

Movie: 1956.

Lady, dog in (Lady and the Tramp)

Lady


(See also Tramp, Scamp, Jock, and Trusty)

In the animated movie Lady and the Tramp, about an American Cocker Spaniel who lives with a refined upper middle-class family and a stray called Tramp; produced by Walt Disney.

Cocker Spaniel

Movie: 1955.

Lady Geryhound, dog in (Greyhound Lines)

Lady Geryhound


In advertisements for Greyhound Lines bus company.

(More about Lady Greyhound)

Greyhound

Ads: since 1914.

Ladybird, dog in (King of the Hill)

Ladybird


Hank's dog in the animated TV series King of the Hill, about a working-class Methodist family in a fictional small town; created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels.

Bloodhound

TV series: 1997-2011.

Lafayette, dog in (The Aristocats)

Lafayette


(See also Napoleon)

A farm dog and Napoleon's companion in the animated movie The Aristocats, about a family of aristocratic cats who need the help of an alley cat after they are kidnapped; voiced by George Lindsey; by Walt Disney.

Basset Hound

Movie: 1970.

Laika, dog in (first dog in space)

Laika


A Russian stray who became the first dog in space and who died within hours after launch.

(More about Laika)

Mixed breed

Dog: 1954-1957.

Flight: 1957.

Lassie, dog in (Lassie Come Home)

Lassie


A dog who treks many miles to be reunited with the boy she loves in the book Lassie Come Home; written by Eric Knight.

(More about Lassie)

Rough Collie

Book: 1940.

Lassie, dog in (Lassie Come Home)

Lassie


(See here TV image.)

In the TV series and in the movies beginning with the film Lassie Come Home, about a boy and his dog, starring Roddy McDowall and Elizabeth Taylor. In the TV series the boy was played by Tommy Retig.

(More about Lassie.)

RoughCollie

Movie: from 1943.

TV series: 1954-1973.

Laughing Gravy, dog in (Laughing Gravy)

Laughing Gravy


Laurel and Stan's dog in the movie Laughing Gravy, about two men who try to hide their pet dog from their mean-tempered landlord; starring Laurel and Hardy.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1931.

Lenny, dog in (Lenny the Wonder Dog)

Lenny


A talking dog in the movie Lenny the Wonder Dog, about a mutt whose implanted microchip gives him special powers as he and a young boy go on a quest to save the world.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2005.

Lester, dog in (Halloween)

Lester


The Lindsay family dog in the horror movie Halloween, about a killer who gets out of a sanitarium to pursue is life's work; starring Malcolm McDowell; a remake of the 1978 thriller.

German Shepherd

Movie: 2007.

Levi, dog in (Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye)

Levi


Sue’s service hearing dog in the TV series Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, about a deaf woman whose talent for reading lips helps crack crimes and bag the bad guys for the FBI.

Golden Retriever

TV series: 2002-2005.

Liberty, dog in (President Gerald R. Ford)

Liberty


Pet dog of President Gerald R. Ford.

(More about Liberty)

Golden Retriever

Dog: 1974-1984.

Liberty, dog in (The Pooch and the Pauper )

Liberty


The President's dog in the TV movie The Pooch and the Pauper , about a snobby dog in the White House whose friendly look-alike accidently takes his place and brings a different spirit to the place.

Bulldog American

Movie: 2000.

Lincoln, dog in (Soccer Dog-The Movie)

Lincoln


Clay's dog in the movie Soccer Dog-The Movie, about an adopted boy whose dog has an uncanny ability to play soccer.

Portuguese Podengo

Movie: 1999.

Liquidator, dog in (Darkwing Duck)

Liquidator


(aka Bud Flud)

A supervillain in the animated Disney TV series Darkwing Duck, the adventures of the titular superhero, aided by his sidekick who lives in an unassuming suburban house with his adopted daughter next door to a bafflingly dim-witted family.

Generic

(made of water)

TV series: 1991-1992.

Little Ann, dog in (Where the Red Fern Grows)

Little Ann


(See also Old Dan)

One of Billy's dogs in the children's book Where the Red Fern Grows, about a boy and his quest for his own red-bone hound hunting dogs; written by Wilson Rawls. Also in the movie Where the Red Fern Grows.

Redbone Coonhound

Book: 1961.

Movie: 1974.

Little Brother, dog in (Mulan)

Little Brother


Mulan's dog in the animated movie Mulan, about a Chinese maiden who takes her father place in the army and becomes one of China's greatest heroes; by Walt Disney.

Generic

Movie: 1998.

Little Dog, dog in (Little Dog Lost)

Little Dog


In the comic strip Little Dog Lost, about a dog that finds the adventure of the open road is addictive; by Steve Boreman.

Generic

Comic strip: 2007-present.

Little Dog, dog in (2 Stupid Dogs)

Little Dog


(See also Big Dog)

In the animated TV series 2 Stupid Dogs, about a big dog and a little dog who aren't very smart and their everyday misadventures; created by Donovan Cook.

Dachshund

Movie: 1993-1995.

Lloyd, dog in (Norbit)

Lloyd


Mrs. Henderson's pet Pug dog in the movie Norbit, about a mild-mannered guy who is engaged to a monstrous woman and meets the woman of his dreams; starring Eddie Murphy.

Pug

Movie: 2007.

Lockjaw, dog in (Fantastic Four)

Lockjaw


An alien bulldog-like being in the comic series Fantastic Four, about super-powers on steroids.

(More about Lockjaw)

Bulldog

Comic series: 1965-present.

Lomax, dog in (Lomax, the Hound of Music)

Lomax


A music loving pooch in the animated TV series Lomax, the Hound of Music, about a good-natured puppet pooch, his feline sidekick, and their human companion on a tune-filled train ride; created by Christopher Cerf, Norman Stiles and Louise Gikow.

Generic hound

TV series: 2008.

Lorelei, dog in (The Dogs of Babel)

Lorelei


Paul's dog in the book The Dogs of Babel, about a man who tries to come to terms with his wife's death, witnessed only by the dog; written by Carolyn Parkhurst.

(Book title is Lorelei's Secret in the United Kingdom.)

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Book: 2003.

Lou, dog in (Cats & Dogs)

Lou


(See also Butch)

The Brody family dog in the movie Cats & Dogs, about the top-secret high-tech espionage war going on between cats and dogs; starring Jeff Goldblum and Elizabeth Perkins.

(Also in the movie are dogs Ivy, Peek, and other.)

Beagle

Movie: 2001.

Louie, dog in (Overboard)

Louie


Captain Crow's pet in comic strip Overboard, about pirates anachronistically placed in modern times; created by Chip Dunham.

Generic

Comic strip: 1990-present.

Loula, dog in (Pocoyo)

Loula


Pocoyo's companion in the Spanish children's animated TV series Pocoyo, about a young boy dressed in blue who is full of curiosity; created by Guillermo Garcìa Carsì, Luis Gallego and David Cantolla.

Generic

TV series: 2005 2007.

Luath, dog in (The Incredible Journey)

Luath


(See also Bodger)

In the book and movie The Incredible Journey, about two dogs and a cat; written by Sheila Burnford.

(In the 1993 remake Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey Luath is Chance an American Bulldog.)

Labrador Retriever

Book: 1961.

Movie: 1963.

Lucky, dog in (Dr. Dolittle)

Lucky


The Doctor's dog in the movie Dr. Dolittle about a doctor who discovers he can talk to animals; starred Eddie Murphy; based loosely on the children's book written by Hugh Lofting.

(In the 1967 movie and the 1970 TV series, the dog's name is Jip.)

Golden Retriever

Movies: 1998.

Lucky, dog in (You Lucky Dog)

Lucky


The heir to his deceased master's fortune in the TV movie You Lucky Dog, about a dog psychiatrist who is famous for literally being able to read dog's minds; starring Kirk Cameron.

St. Bernard

mix

Movie: 1998.

Lucky, dog in (My Magic Dog)

Lucky


An invisible dog in the movie My Magic Dog, about a dog who comes to a lonely young heir's rescue by preventing the lad's greedy aunt from bilking him out of his fortune. (Also known as My Ghost Dog.)

Golden Retriever

Movie: 1997.

Lucky, dog in (You Lucky Dog)

Lucky


Fashion designer Lisa's dog in the movie You Lucky Dog, about a sheep dog who helps rescue children trapped in a forest fire and brings them to safety; starring Natasha Henstridge and Harry Hamlin.

Border Collie

Movie: 2010.

Lucky, dog in (The Dogwalker)

Lucky


Alma's dog in the movie The Dogwalker, about a down-on-his-luck Los Angeles schemer whose luck changes when he rescues an elderly matron who has been knocked down by her misbehaving dog. (Not to be confused with the 2002 movie.)

Bullmastiff

Movie: 1999.

Lucky, dog in (Doggie Tails, Vol. 1: Lucky's First Sleep Over)

Lucky


The dog in the TV movie Doggie Tails, Vol. 1: Lucky's First Sleep Over about a dog who spends a night in the dog kennel, making new doggie friends and learning to use her imagination.

(Also in the movie is dog Patches.

Havanese

(probably)

Movie 2003.

Lucy, dog in (Wendy and Lucy)

Lucy


Wendy's dog in the movie Wendy and Lucy, about a woman who not only is dwon on her luck, but she also loses her dog.

Labrador Retriever mix

Movie: 2008.

Luiz, dog in (Rio)

Luiz


The dog that releases Blu and Jewel from chains in the animated movie Rio, about a a domesticated macaw who meets a fiercely independent female and together they takes off on an adventure to Rio de Janeiro. Also appears in the sequel Rio 2.

Bulldog

Movie: 2011, 2014.

Ma-Mutt, dog in (ThunderCats)

Ma-Mutt


Loyal dog of Mumm-Ra, the villian, in the animated TV series ThunderCats, about a team of humanoid cats who fight evil in their adopted home world. A sequel series follows the cats as they are forced to roam the planet Third Earth.

Bulldog

TV series: 1985-1989, 2011-2012.

Mac, dog in (Snow Dogs)

Mac


(See also Demon, Diesel, Duchess, Nana, Scooper, Sniff, and Yodel)

One of the dogs in the movie Snow Dogs, about a dentist who inherits a team of sled dogs and has to learn the sled-trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2002.

Magenta, dog in (Blue Clues)

Magenta


(See also Blue)

Blue's best friend in the animated TV series Blue Clues, a program intended to get preschoolers to learn through active participation in activities grounded in their everyday lives; on Nickleodeon.

Generic

TV series: 1996-2002.

Mags, dog in (Turbo Dogs)

Mags


(See also Dash, Strut, Stinkbert, Clutch and GT)

(See group image.)

Six dogs friends in the animated TV series Turbo Dogs, about canine friends who learn lessons in friendship, fair play, and teamwork while being the fastest dogs in Racerville.

(Also in the series are dogs Ump, Five, Marlene, Zanner, Rock Rally, and others.)

Cocker spaniel

TV series: 2008-2010.

Mammoth Mutt, dog in (Krypto the Superdog)

Mammoth Mutt


(See also Kryto the Superdog, Drooly and Brainy Barker)

A dog that can inflate her body enormously in the comic book series and the animated TV series Krypto the Superdog, about a dog from Superman's planet living on Earth as the pet of a 9 year old boy.

(Also in the series are dogs Ace the Bathound, Bulldog, Paw Pooch, Tail Terrier, Tusky Husky, HotDog)

Chihuahua

TV series: 2005-2006.

Comics: 2005-2006.

Man Ray, dog in (William Wegman)

Man Ray


(See also Fay Ray)

The first dog model in the famous photos of photographer William Wegman, named after the American artist born Emmanuel Radnitzky.

Weimaraner

Dog: 1970- 1982.

Marc Anthony, dog in (Feed the Kitty)

Marc Anthony


A leading character in animated movies such as Feed the Kitty, featuring Marc Antony and Pussyfoot; a Merrie Melodies cartoon.

Bulldog

Movie: 1952-1957.

Marley, dog in (Marley and Me)

Marley


The Grogan family dog in the movie and the book Marley and Me, about a man and and his family's life during the thirteen years that they lived with their dog; written by John Grogan.

Labrador Retriever

Book: 2005.

Movie: 2008.

Marley, dog in (Marley's Big Adventure)

Marley


The puppy in the series of illustrated children books, the first of which was Marley's Big Adventure; written by Josh Grogan and illustrated by Richard Crowdrey. The puppy is based upon a real dog who was the subject of Grogan's bestseller and the film Marley and Me.

Labrador Retriever

Book: 2009.

Marlowe, dog in (Cop Dog)

Marlowe


Robby's dog in the movie Cop Dog, about a boy and his dad's dog who set out to solve the death of the young boy's father.

Husky

mix

Movie: 2008.

Marmaduke, dog in (Marmaduke)

Marmaduke


(See live-action image.)

The Winslow family dog in the comic strip and in the animated movie Marmaduke, about a big dog that gets into loads of trouble; comic by Brad Anderson.

(Also in the movie are dogs Bosco, Giuseppe, Jezebel, Mazie.)

Great Dane

Comic strip: 1954-present.

Movie: 2010.

Martha, dog in (Martha Speaks)

Martha


(See also Skits)

Helen's talking dog in the book and animated TV series Martha Speaks, about a girl who feeds her dog alphabet soup that travels to the dog's brain; on PBS based on the 1992 book by Susam Meddaough.

Generic

Book: 1992.

TV series: 2008-present.

Matisse, dog in (Down and Out in Beverly Hills)

Matisse


The family dog in the movie Down and Out in Beverly Hills, about a rich but dysfunctional couple who save the life of a suicidal bum; starring Nick Nolte, Bette Midler and Richard Dreyfuss.

Border Collie

Movie: 1986.

Max, dog in (Jake and the Fatman)

Max


The Fatman's dog in the TV series Jake and the Fatman, about a veteran district attorney who solves cases with the help of his easy-going partner; starring William Conrad.

Bulldog

TV series: 1987-1992.

Max, dog in (How the Grinch Stole Christmas)

Max


The Grinch's dog in the animated movie How the Grinch Stole Christmas, about the residents of Whoville preparing to celebrate Christmas; based upon the book by Dr. Seuss; starring the voice of Jim Carrey.

Generic

Movie: 2000.

Max, dog in (Eight Below)

Max


(See also Buck, Dewey, Max, Old Jack, Shadow, Shorty, and Truman)

In the movie Eight Below, based upon the 1958 ill-fated Japanese scientific expedition to the South Pole and a remake of the 1986 Japanese film Nankyoku Monogatari.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2006.

Max, dog in (Man's Best Friend)

Max


The genetically altered dog in the movie Man's Best Friend, about a dog that turns from man's best friend into man's worst nightmare as he attacks everything that moves; starring Ally Sheedy.

Tibetan Mastiff

Movie: 1993.

Max, dog in (The Little Mermaid)

Max


Prince Eric's dog in the animated movie The Little Mermaid, about a precocious mermaid who journeys to the surface and falls in love a handsome human; by Walt Disney; based upon the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen.

Old English Sheepdog

Movie: 1989.

Maximillion, dog in (The Bionic Woman)

Maximillion


Jamie's dog in the TV series The Bionic Woman, about a rebuilt woman with great strength and her dog that has a bionic jaw and can run as fast as 90 mph; starring Lindsay Wagner.

German Sheperd

TV series: 1978.

Maya, dog in (Eight Below)

Maya


(See also Buck, Dewey, Max, Old Jack, Shadow, Shorty, and Truman)

In the movie Eight Below, based upon the 1958 ill-fated Japanese scientific expedition to the South Pole and a remake of the 1986 Japanese film Nankyoku Monogatari.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2006.

McBarker, dog in (What's New Mr. Magoo)

McBarker


Quincy Magoo's dog in the animated TV series What's New Mr. Magoo, about a nearsighted gentleman who is never aware of the situations he gets into; voiced by Jim Backus; created at the UPA animation studio.

English Bulldog

TV series: 1977.

McGruff, dog in (National Crime Prevention Council)

McGruff


In advertisements for National Crime Prevention Council; created by John Young.

(More about McGruff)

Bloodhound

Ads: Since 1980.

Meat, dog in (The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show)

Meat


The cat's antagonist in the animated TV series The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show; created by Walt Disney Television Animation as a spin-off of the show Marsupilami.

Generic large dog

TV series: 1995.

Meatball, dog in (Baa Baa Black Sheep)

Meatball


The squads mascot in the TV series Baa Baa Black Sheep, a group of fighter pilots based in the Solomon Islands during World War II.

Bull Terrier

TV series: 1976-1978.

Meathead, dog in (Screwy Squirrel)

Meathead


The victim of Screw's antics in the animated movies Screwy Squirrel, about a brash and erratic squirrel who inflicts various forms of torture on his enemy; created by Tex Avery for MGM.

Generic

Movies: 1944-1946.

Melba, dog in (Five Golden Hours)

Melba


Aldo Bondi's dog in the movie Five Golden Hours, about a petty crook who consoles wealthy widows until he falls in love with one of them; starring Ernie Kovacs, Cyd Charisse and George Sanders.

Poodle toy

Movie: 1961.

Merle, dog in (Merle's Door: Lessons from a Freethinking Dog)

Merle


Ted's dog in the book Merle's Door: Lessons from a Freethinking Dog, about the relationship between a man and a dog and how they learn from each other; by Ted Kerasote.

Labrador mix

Book: 2008.

Metal, dog in (Tibetan Rock Dog)

Metal


A meditating dog in the Chinese comic book Tibetan Rock Dog, about a orphan dog who grows up in a Buddhist temple after his parents and siblings die protecting a peasant family; by Zheng Jun famous Chinese rock star.

(More about Metal)

Tibetan Mastiff

Comics: 2009.

Mighty Manfred the Wonder Dog, dog in (Tom Terrific)

Mighty Manfred the Wonder Dog


Tom's lazy sidekick in the animated TV series Tom Terrific, about a boy who lives in a treehouse and can transform himself into anything he wants; created by Gene Deitch and presented as part of the Captain Kangaroo children’s TV show.

Generic

TV series: 1957-1959.

Mignon, dog in (Green Acres)

Mignon


Lisa's dog in the TV series Green Acres, about an attorney and his wife who try to live as genteel farmers in the bizarre community of Hooterville; starring Eddie Albert"> and Eva Gabor.

Yorkshire Terrier

TV series: 1965-1971.

Millie, dog in (First Lady Barbara Bush)

Millie


(Also known as Mildred Kerr Bush)

Pet dog of First Lady Barbara Bush.

(More about Millie)

English Springer Spaniel

Dog: 1985-1997.

Milo, dog in (The Mask)

Milo


Stanley Ipkiss' dog in the animated TV series and in the movie The Mask, about a bank clerk who is transformed into a manic super-hero when he wears a mysterious mask; starring Jim Carrey.

Jack Russell Terrier

TV series: 1995-1997.

Movie: 1994.

Minus, dog in (Poko)

Minus


Poko's dog in the Canadian children's animated TV series Poko, about a young boy with a magic finger, his pet dog and his toy monkey; by Halifax Film.

Generic

TV series: 2003-present.

Mishka, dog in (Internet)

Mishka


The talking dog made famous on the Internet made first TV appearance in 2008 on the Kelly Ripa show; owned by Alicia Gardea.

Husky

TV appearance: 2008.

Miss Agness, dog in (Best of Show)

Miss Agness


(See also Beatrice, Winky, Hubert, and Rhapsody in White)

Scott Donlan and Stefan Vanderhoof's dog in the movie Best of Show, about five dogs and their owners at the Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show held in Philadelphia.

Shih Tzu

Movie: 2000.

Missus (Perdita in the Movie), dog in (The Hundred and One Dalmations)

Missus (Perdita in the Movie)


(See also Pongo and Perdita)

The mother dog in the book The Hundred and One Dalmations; written by Dodie Smith. The image is from the book illustrated by Janet and Anne Grahame Johnstone.

Dalmatian

Book: 1956.

Mogley, dog in (Dog Park)

Mogley


Andy's dog in the movie Dog Park, about a guy who loses his dog when he loses his girl; starring Luke Wilson.

(Also in the movie are dogs Peanut, Dew, Lily, Monte, and Poopy.)

Border Collie mix

Movie: 1998.

Montmorency, dog in (Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing Of The Dog...))

Montmorency


In the book Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing Of The Dog...), about three young men and a dog who show the humor of roughing it; written by Jerome K. Jerome.

Fox Terrier

Book: 1889.

Monty, dog in (The Hidden Room)

Monty


Mrs. Riordan's dog in the movie The Hidden Room, about a husband who plans a devilish revenge against his wife's lover; originally released as The Hidden Room in England and based on the book A Man About A Dog by Alec Coppel.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1949.

Mooch, dog in (Mooch Goes To Hollywood)

Mooch


In the movie Mooch Goes To Hollywood, about an ambitious dog who attempts to become a canine star after befriending Zsa Zsa Gabor; played by the Benji dog Higgins.

Terrier

mix

Movie: 1975.

Moocher, dog in (The Pooch and the Pauper)

Moocher


Liberty's look-alike in the TV movie The Pooch and the Pauper, about a snobby dog in the White House whose friendly look-alike accidently takes his place and brings a different spirit to the place.

Bulldog American

Movie: 2000.

Mop Top, dog in (The Brady Kids)

Mop Top


(See Tiger for the live action series dog)

The family dog in the TV series and animated TV series The Brady Kids, about a blended family from two former marriages including three boys and three girls and the housekeeper; produced by Filmation.

Generic

TV series: 1972-1974.

Moreover, dog in (The Biscuit Eater)

Moreover


Named Faith in the early movie version

(See 1940 movie image)

In the movie The Biscuit Eater, about a dog who has a strong relationship with two twelve-year-old boys; a remake of a 1940 film and based upon the book by James H. Street.

German Wirehaired Pointer

Book: 1939.

Movie: 1940, 1972.

Moses, dog in (Dogville)

Moses


Chuck's dog in the movie Dogville, about a woman hiding from mobsters who arrives in the small town and is provided refuge in return for physical labor; starring Nicole Kidman, narrated by John Hurt.

The dog exists only as a chalk outline until the final scene.

unknown

Movie: 2003.

Moses, dog in (Meet the Fockers)

Moses


The Focker's dog in the movie Meet the Fockers, about a couple who decide to meet each others family.

Chihuahua

Movie: 2004.

Mother Teresa, dog in (Must Like Dogs)

Mother Teresa


Sarah's brother's dog in the movie Must Like Dogs, about a teacher who looks in the personals ads for a change of pace and a relationship; based on the book written by Claire Cook; starring Diane Lane and John Cusak.

Newfoundland

Book: 2003.

Movie: 2005.

Mr. Beefy, dog in (Little Nicky)

Mr. Beefy


In the movie Little Nicky, about which of Satan's three sons will succeed their father as ruler of Hell; starring Adam Sandler, Patricia Arquette and Harvey Keitel.

Bulldog

Movie: 2000.

Mr. Peabody, dog in (The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show)

Mr. Peabody


(See movie image.)

In the animated TV series The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, the collective name for two American animated TV series: Rocky and His Friends 1959-1961, and The Bullwinkle Show 1961-1964; produced by Jay Ward Productions. Also in the animated movie Mr. Peabody and Sherman.

Generic

TV series: 1959-1964.

Movie: 2014.

Mr. Smith, dog in (The Awful Truth)

Mr. Smith


Lucy's dog in the movie The Awful Truth, about a married couple dealing with unfounded suspicions and each other's attempts to find new romance; starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunne. The dog is played by Skippy aka Asta.

Wire Fox Terrier

Movie: 1937.

Mr. Twixzle, dog in (Rent-a-Kid)

Mr. Twixzle


The kids' dog in the movie Rent-a-Kid, about a salesman who hatches a scheme to rent out the kids to prospective adoptive parents; starring Leslie Nielsen.

Great Dane

Movie: 1995.

Mr. Weenie, dog in (Open Season 2)

Mr. Weenie


(See also Fifi, Roberto, Rufus, and Charlene.)

(Group image.)

The deuteragonist in the animated movie Open Season 2, about a rag-tag army of animals against the hunters.

Dachshund

Movie: 2006.

Mudbud, dog in (Space Buddies)

Mudbud


(See also B. Dawg, Budderball, Buddha, and Rosebud)

One of the talking puppies in the movie Space Buddies, about the buddies getting aboard the space shuttle; also in the 2008 movie Space Buddies.

(Also in the movie is dog Spudnick.)

Golden Retriever

Movies: 2008, 2009.

Muffin, dog in (Screwed)

Muffin


Miss Crock's dog in the movie Screwed, about a chauffeur who kidnaps his rich boss's dog to hold it for ransom, but the plan goes awry.

Pomeranian

Movie: 2000.

Muffit II, dog in (Battlestar Galactica)

Muffit II


In the science fiction TV series Battlestar Galactica. The robotic dog is played by a chimp in costume.

Daggit

(Robot; cross between a bear and a dog)

TV series: 1978-1980.

Muffy, dog in (Anatomy of a Murder)

Muffy


A beer-drinking dog in the movie Anatomy of a Murder, about a murder trial based on the novel by John D. Voelker under the pen name Robert Traver; starring Jimmy Stewart and Lee Remick.

Cairn Terrier

Movie: 1959.

Mumbly, dog in (The Mumbly Cartoon Show)

Mumbly


A detective dog famous for his wheezy laugh in the animated TV series The Mumbly Cartoon Show, about a non-talking dog who dresses up in a trenchcoat and solves crimes using his dog senses, paroding TV detective Columbo; by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1976-1977.

Mungo, dog in (Mary, Mungo and Midge)

Mungo


Mary's dog in the British animated TV series Mary, Mungo and Midge, about a girl and her dog and her pet mouse Midge who lived in a tower block in a busy town; created by John Ryan and produced by the BBC.

Generic

TV series: 1969.

Muppy, dog in (The Muppet Show)

Muppy


(See also Rowlf)

In the TV show The Muppet Show, a puppet dog created and voiced by Jim Henson.

(More about Rowlf)

(Also in the show was Miss Piggy's dog Foo-Foo.)

Generic shaggy

TV series: 1976-1977.

Murphy, dog in (They Only Kill Their Masters)

Murphy


The victim's dog in the movie They Only Kill Their Masters, about a small-town sheriff attempts to uncover facts behind the killing of a pregnant woman by her Doberman pinscher; starring James Garner.

Doberman Pinscher

Movie: 1972.

Murray, dog in (Mad About You)

Murray


Jamie's dog in the TV series Mad About You, about a newly married couple and their dog in New York City; starring Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt.

Border Collie

mix

TV series: 1992-1999.

Mussel Mutt, dog in (The Houndcats)

Mussel Mutt


(See also Ding Dong and Rhubarb)

The hungry herding dog in the animated TV series The Houndcats; loosely based on the series Mission: Impossible; produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises.

Sheepdog

TV series: 1972-1973.

Mutt Potter, dog in (Tom Sawyer)

Mutt Potter


An unfortunate character in the animated movie Tom Sawyer; a variation on Mark Twain's story, The Advenures of Tom Sawyer. The dog stands in for Muff Potter, a drunken fisherman; from MGM Animation.

Generic

Movie: 2000.

Muttley, dog in (Dick Dastardly)

Muttley


In the animated TV series Dick Dastardly, about a villianous character and his dog accomplice; created by Iwao Takamoto for Hanna-Barbera.

(More about Muttley)

Mixed breed

TV series: 1968-1970.

Nana, dog in (Snow Dogs)

Nana


(See also Diesel, Duchess, Mac, Scooper, Sniff, and Yodel)

One of the dogs in the movie Snow Dogs, about a dentist who inherits a team of sled dogs and has to learn the sled-trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.

Border Collie

Movie: 2002.

Nana, dog in (Peter and Wendy)

Nana


In the book Peter and Wendy and the original play Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie and in the stage musical Peter Pan.

Newfoundland

in the play and book. In film and on stage St. Bernard.

Play: 1904.

Book: 1911.

Stage: 1954, 1979, 1990, 1998.

Nana, dog in (Peter Pan)

Nana


In the animated movie Peter Pan; based on the book and play Peter Pan or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up by J. M. Barrie; produced by Walt Disney.

St. Bernard

Movie: 1953.

Nanook, dog in (The Lost Boys)

Nanook


In the movie The Lost Boys, about two Arizonan brothers who move to California and end up fighting a gang of teenage vampires.

Husky Alaskan

Movie: 1987.

Napoleon, dog in (The Aristocats)

Napoleon


(See also Lafayette)

A farm dog and Lafayette's friend in the animated movie The Aristocats, about a family of aristocratic cats who need the help of an alley cat after they are kidnapped; voiced by Eva Gabor and Phil Harris; by Walt Disney.

Bloodhound

Movie: 1970.

Napoleon, dog in (Napoleon)

Napoleon


A pup who wishes to be with the wild dogs in the movie Napoleon, about the adventures of a dog and his parrot friend who float away from their family in a ballon.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 1995.

Napoleon, dog in (Napoleon and Uncle Elby)

Napoleon


In the comic strip Napoleon and Uncle Elby, about a character based on the creator's uncle Henry Elba Eastman and his dog; created by Clifford McBride.

Irish Wolfhound

probably

Comic strip: 1932-1961.

Neil, dog in (Topper)

Neil


The ghost couple's dog in the movies Topper, about a stuffy man who is haunted by the ghosts of a fun-loving married couple; starring Leo G. Carroll, Lee Patrick, Robert Sterling and Anne Jeffreys. Also in the TV series

St. Bernard

Movies: 1937, 1939, 1941.

TV series: 1953-1955.

Nelson, dog in (The Little Hut)

Nelson


Lady Ashlow's dog in the movie The Little Hut, about a husband and wife, along with her male friend and her protective dog, marooned on a island where they try to untangle a love triangle; starring Ava Gardner, David Niven and Stewart Granger.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1957.

Nerak, dog in (The Watcher in the Woods)

Nerak


Ellie's puppy in the movie The Watcher in the Woods, about a family who moves to a country home where the young girls experience haunting events linked to the past; based on a novel by Florence Engel Randall; the movie stars Bette Davis.

Scottish Terrier

Book: 1976.

Movie: 1981.

Nevins, dog in (The Cat in the Hat)

Nevins


The Waldens' pet dog in the movie The Cat in the Hat, about two bored kids whose life is turned up-side-down when a talking cat comes to visit them; starring Mike Myers.

Terrier mix

Movie: 2003.

Nikki, dog in (Nikki Wild Dog of the North)

Nikki


In the movie Nikki Wild Dog of the North, about a dog separated from his owner in the rugged Canadian wilderness.

Malamute

Movie: 1961.

Nipper, dog in (The Gramophone Company)

Nipper


In advertisements for The Gramophone Company, then RCA.

(More about Nipper)

Terrier

mix

Dog: 1884-1895.

Ads: early 1900-1977.

Nunzio, dog in (Dharma and Greg)

Nunzio


(See also Stinky)

One of Dharma's two dogs in the TV series Dharma and Greg, about a married couple--a ditzy woman and an uptight man; starring Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson.

Welsh Corgi

TV series: 1997-2003.

Odie, dog in (Garfield)

Odie


Garfield's canine pigeon in the comic strip Garfield, about a fun-loving cat and a stupid dog created by Jim Davis.

Generic

Comic strip: 1978-present.

Offissa Bull Pup, dog in (Krazy Kat)

Offissa Bull Pup


(See also Kolin Kelly)

The one whe tries protect Krazy Kat in the comic strip Krazy Kat, about the love triangle between a cat, an antagonist mouse and a protective police dog; created by cartoonist George Herriman.

Bulldog

Comic strip: 1913-1944.

Old Dan, dog in (Where the Red Fern Grows)

Old Dan


(See also Little Ann)

One of Billy's dogs in the children's book Where the Red Fern Grows, about a boy and his quest for his own red-bone hound hunting dogs; written by Wilson Rawls. Also in the movie Where the Red Fern Grows.

Redbone Coonhound

Book: 1961.

Movie: 1974.

Old Drum, dog in (The Trial of Old Drum)

Old Drum


In the movie The Trial of Old Drum, about an orphan dog that becomes a boy's best friend and is then forced to stand trial for killing a neighbor's sheep.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2001.

Old Jack, dog in (Eight Below)

Old Jack


(See also Buck, Dewey, Max, Maya, Shadow, Shorty, and Truman)

In the movie Eight Below, based upon the 1958 ill-fated Japanese scientific expedition to the South Pole and a remake of the 1986 Japanese film Nankyoku Monogatari.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2006.

Old Yeller, dog in (Old Yeller)

Old Yeller


In the book and movie Old Yeller, about a boy who brings a yellow dog home; written by Fred Gipson.

Blackmouth Cur

Book: 1956.

Movie: 1957.

Ole Rex, dog in (Old Rex)

Ole Rex


A shaggy white dog in the movie Old Rex, about a boy who nurses a stray dog back to health then runs away with him.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1961.

Olive, dog in (Olive, the Other Reindeer)

Olive


Tim's dog in the book and animated movie Olive, the Other Reindeer, about a dog who replaces an injured reindeer so Christmas won't be canceled; voice by Drew Barrymore; written by Steve Young and based upon the children's book by the same name by Vivian Walsh.

Jack Russell Terrier

Book: 1997.

Movie:1999.

Oliver, dog in (Dogs of C-Kennel)

Oliver


(See also Kenny, Iggy, Tucker, and Willy.)

(Group image.)

In the comic strip Dogs of C-Kennel; created and written by Mick Mastroianni and illustrated by "B.C." artist Mason Mastroianni.

Great Dane

Comic strip: 2007-present.

Ollie, dog in (The Sundowners)

Ollie


Seans dog in the movie based on the book The Sundowners, about an Australian outback family torn between the father's desires to continue his nomadic sheep-herding ways and the wife's and son's desire to settle down in one place; by Jon Cleary

Australian Kelpie

Book: 1952.

Movie: 1960.

Oso, dog in (Sheldon)

Oso


Sheldon's dog in the web comics Sheldon, about an ordinary 10-year-old boy who is fabulously rich; created by Dave Kellett.

Pug

Comic strip: 1998.

Otis, dog in (The Adventures of Milo and Otis)

Otis


In the Japanese movie The Adventures of Milo and Otis, about the roving misadventures of a dog and a cat. The reworked English language version was released in 1989.

Pug

Movie: 1986.

Otis, dog in (Son of the Mask)

Otis


Tim's dog in the movie Son of the Mask, about a man who finds himself in a predicament when his dog stumbles upon the mask of Loki.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2005.

Otto, dog in (Beetle Bailey)

Otto


In the comic strip Beetle Bailey, about the inept American soldiers stationed at Camp Swampy; created by Mort Walker.

Generic

Comic strip: 1950-present.

Owney, dog in (U.S. Postal Office)

Owney


In advertisements for the U.S. Postal Office.

(More about Owney)

Mixed breed terrier

Dog: 1888-1897.

Ozzie, dog in (Epic)

Ozzie


Professor Bomba's one-eyed, three-legged dog in the animated movie Epic, about a 17 year-old girl who is shrunk and lost in a forest where a battle between the good and evil biota is taking place.

Pug

Movie: 2013.

P. B., dog in (Babe 2: Pig in the City)

P. B.


One of the talking animals in the movie Babe 2: Pig in the City, about Babe the pig who has to go to the big city to save the farm.

(Also in the movie are dogs Flealick a Jack Russell Terrier, Nigel a Bulldog, Alan a Neapolitan Mastiff, Punk a Poodle, and Snoopy a Beagle.)

Bull Terrier

Movie: 1998.

Paddlefoot, dog in (Clutch Gargo)

Paddlefoot


Spinner's dog in the animated TV series Clutch Gargo, about a writer sent around the world on dangerous assignments accompanyed by his young ward and his dog; produced by Cambria Productions.

Dachshund

TV series: 1959.

Paduka, dog in (Step by Step)

Paduka


Johnny's dog in the movie Step by Step, about an ex-marine and chance acquaintance who find themselves caught up in a plot involving Nazi spies.

Mixed breed

Movie:1946.

Pal, dog in (Lassie Come Home)

Pal


Dog actor in many films such as the Lassie Come Home and in the TV series Lassie with actor Tommy Retig.

(More about Pal)

Collie Rough

Dog: 1940-1958.

Pal, dog in (Arthur)

Pal


(See also Binky, Barnes, and Fren Walters)

In the animated TV series Arthur, an American and Canadian animated educational television series for children created by Cookie Jar Group.

Generic

TV series: 1976-present.

Pal, dog in (Wind at my Back)

Pal


The family dog in the Canadian TV series Wind at my Back, about a widow her children, their extended family, and friends as they attempt to survive and thrive during the 1930s; starring Shirley Douglas.

Rough Collie

TV series: 1996-2001.

Pard, dog in (High Sierra)

Pard


(See Pard in movie I Died a Thousand Times, 1955)

Roy's dog in the movie High Sierra about an ex-con who is hired by his old boss to help a group of inexperienced criminals to carry out a robbery; starring Humphrey Bogart and Ida Lupino.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1941.

Pard, dog in (I Died A Thousand Times)

Pard


(See Pard in movie High Sierra, 1941)

Roy's dog in the movie I Died A Thousand Times,a remake of the 1941 movie, about an ex-con who helps a group of inexperienced criminals to carry out a robbery; starring Jack Palance and Shelly Winters

Mixed breed

Movie: 1955.

Pasty, dog in (Storm in a Teacup)

Pasty


Victoria's dog in the movie Storm in a Teacup, about a politician who tries to break the reporter who wrote a negative story about him; starring Vivian Leigh and Rex Harrison.

English Sheepdog

Movie: 1937.

Patou, dog in (Rock-a-Doodle)

Patou


The narrator character of the animated movie Rock-a-Doodle, about a little boy who learns that the crowing of Chanticleer, the rooster, did not make the sun rise, as everyone thought; voiced by Phil Harris.

Basset Hound

Movie: 1992.

Patrasche, dog in (A Dog of Flanders)

Patrasche


(See movie image)

In the animated TV series and the movies A Dog of Flanders and the movies including the 1999 version, about a boy and his dog; based on the book by Marie Louise de la Ramée under the pseudonym Ouida.

Bouvier des Flandres

TV series: 1975-1992.

Movies: 1935, 1960, 1997, 1999.

Patrasche, dog in (A Dog of Flanders)

Patrasche


In the book A Dog of Flanders, about a boy and his dog; written by Marie Louise de la Ramée under the pseudonym Ouida (Japanese.)

Bouvier des Flandres

Book: 1872.

Paul Anka, dog in (Gilmore Girls)

Paul Anka


Lorelai's dog in the TV series Gilmore Girls, about the talk-filled lives of a mother and her daughter; starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel.

Polish Lowland Sheepdog

TV series: 2000-2007.

Pax, dog in (Longstreet)

Pax


Mike's seeing-eye dog in the TV series Longstreet, about a blind insurance investigator solving crimes; starring James Franciscus.

German Shepherd

(white)

TV series: 1971-1972.

Pencil, dog in (Year of the Dog)

Pencil


(See also Valentine)

Peggy's first dog in the movie Year of the Dog, about a secretary whose life changes in unexpected ways after her dog dies; starring Molly Shannon.

Beagle

Movie: 2007.

Percy, dog in (Pocahontas)

Percy


Ratcliffe's dog in the Disney animated movie Pocahontas, about an English soldier and the daughter of an Algonquin chief who share a romance when English colonists invade 17th century Virginia

Pug

Movie: 1995.

Perdita, dog in (One Hundred and One Dalmatians)

Perdita


(Missus in the book)

(See also Pongo and Missus)

The mother dog in the animated movie One Hundred and One Dalmatians; based on the novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith; produced by Walt Disney.

Dalmatian

Movie: 1961.

Peritas, dog in (Alexander the Great)

Peritas


Favorite dog of Alexander the Great who accompanied him during his military exploits.

More about Peritas.

Unknown

Dog: 4th century BC.

Pete, dog in (President Theodore Roosevelt)

Pete


Pet dog of President Theodore Roosevelt who ripped off the French ambassador’s pants.

(Also the president had a Chesapeake Retriever named Sailor Boy, a Terrier named Jack, a mongrel named Skip, and a Spaniel named Manchu.)

Bull Terrier

Dog: 1907.

Peter Puppy, dog in (Earthworm Jim)

Peter Puppy


Jim's sidekick in the animated TV series Earthworm Jim, based on the video game series of the same name; ceated by Doug TenNapel and designed by David Perry.

Generic

TV series: 1995-1996.

Video game: 1994.

Petey, dog in (The Puppy's Further Adventures)

Petey


A lonely orphan boy's dog in the animated TV series The Puppy's Further Adventures; based on a children's book The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy, written by Jane Thayer.

(Also in the series are dogs Dolly, Duke, Dash, and Lucky.)

Generic

Book: 1958.

TV series: 1983-1984.

Petey, dog in (Our Gang)

Petey


(Also known as Pete the Pup)

The kids' dog in the movies Our Gang, a series of American comedy short films about a group of poor neighborhood children and the adventures; also known as The Little Rascals or Hal Roach's Rascals.

Pit Bull

Movies: 1922-1938.

Petey, dog in (The Little Rascals)

Petey


The kids' dog in the animated TV series The Little Rascals; based upon the old live-action movie's about a scruffy bunch of kids and their dog; by Hanna-Barbera Productions and King World.

Pit Bull

TV series: 1982-1984.

Petula, dog in (Molly Moon)

Petula


Molly's cute and lovable pet in the series of children's books Molly Moon, about a young girl who discovers she has many unusual powers; by Georgia Byng

Pug

Book: 2002.

Phiz, dog in (Helen Keller)

Phiz


Pet of Helen Keller, a blind and deaf American author political activist and lecturer (June 27 1880 - June 1 1968.) Later in life Miss Keller had a French Bull Terrier named Kaiser and an Akita named Kenzan-go the first in the United States.

Pit Bull

Dog: 1900-1904.

Pickles, dog in (Ginger and Pickles)

Pickles


Ginger's partner n the children's book Ginger and Pickles, about two shopkeepers who extend unlimited credit to their customers and end up going out of business; written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter.

Terrier

Book: 1909.

Pilot, dog in (The Retrievers)

Pilot


The Lowry family dog in the movies The Retrievers, about a mother dog who tries to retriever her puppies that were given away at birth.

(Also in the movie are the pups Chewy, Bandit, Georgia, Mr. Dumas, Wanderer and Milk Shake.)

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2001.

Pilot, dog in (Jane Eyre)

Pilot


Mr. Rochester's dog in the British TV series Jane Eyre, about a young governess who falls in love with her brooding and complex master; based upon the book by Charlotte Bronte. In the book the dog is a Newfoundland; in other films other kinds of dogs.

Irish Wolf Hound

Book: 1847.

TV series: 2006.

Movies: 1914-2011.

Pinky, dog in (Phineas and Ferb)

Pinky


Isabella's dogin the animated TV series Phineas and Ferb, about two stepbrothers who find inventive things to do on each day of their summer vacation; produced by Disney Television Animation.

Chihuahua

TV series: 2007-.

Pippin, dog in (Come Outside)

Pippin


Auntie Mabel's dog in the British TV series Come Outside, a show about how something is made or how everyday objects and systems work; created by the BBC.

Terrier

mix descended from Benji

TV series: 1993-1997.

Pluto, dog in (Mickey Mouse)

Pluto


(See also Fifi)

Cartoon dog in the animated movies and several animated TV series appearing as the pet of Mickey Mouse; by Walt Disney.

(More about Pluto)

Generic

Movies: 1931-present.

TV series: 1999-present.

Poky, dog in (The Poky Little Puppy)

Poky


(actually The Poky Little Puppy)

One of the family dogs in the children's book The Poky Little Puppy, about a litter of pups one of which avoids mischief because he is in his own world; written by Janette Sebring Lowrey.

Generic

Book: 1942, 1970.

Polgas, dog in (Pugad Baboy)

Polgas


Sungcals' anthropomorphic family dog in the Filipino comic strip Pugad Baboy, featuring the traditional and stereotypical Filipino family life.

Generic

Comic strip: 1988-2013.

Poncho, dog in (Pooch Cafe)

Poncho


(See also Boomer)

Chazz's dog in the comic strip Pooch Cafe, about the humorous antics of a self-serving squirrel-fearing food-obsessed mutt; created by Paul Gilligan.

(Also in the comic are dogs Boomer, Hudson, Droolia, Gus, Beaumont and Poo Poo.)

Generic

Comic strip: 2000-present.

Pongo, dog in (The Hundred and One Dalmatians)

Pongo


(See also Perdita and Missus)

The father dog in the book The Hundred and One Dalmatians; based on the novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith; produced by Walt Disney.

Dalmatian

Book: 1956.

Movie: 1961.

Pongo, dog in (101 Dalmatians)

Pongo


(and Perdy)

Roger's dog In the movie 101 Dalmatians, about parent dogs and their 15 puppies; based on the story by Dodie Smith.

Dalmatian

Movie: 1996.

Pooch, dog in (Sinfest)

Pooch


A stereotypical cheerful dog in the comic strip and website Sinfest which deals with human nature often in parody; created by Tatsuya Ishida.

Generic

Comic strip: 2000-present.

Poochini, dog in (Poochini’s Yard)

Poochini


In the children's animated TV series Poochini’s Yard, about a dog who runs away from home after its rich owner dies and is eventually adopted by an American family.

Generic

TV series: 2000-2003.

Pooka, dog in (Anastasia)

Pooka


The stray dog found by Anastasia in the animated movie Anastasia, loosely based on an urban legend that the youngest daughter of the last monarch of Imperial Russia survived assasination; by Fox Animation Studios.

Generic

Movie: 1997.

Poppy, dog in (Mars Attacks!)

Poppy


Nathalie Lake's dog in the movie Mars Attacks!, about Martians who surround the planet with an armada of flying saucers; starring Jack Nicholson and Glenn Close. The dog actually belonged to director Tim Burton.

Also in the movie is dog Rusty.)

Chihuahua

Movie: 1996.

Poppy, dog in (Easy Virtue)

Poppy


The famiy's annoying, barking dog in the movie Easy Virtue, about a glamorous American widow trying to fit in with her husband's old English manored family; based upon the play by Noël Coward; starring Jessica Biel and Colin Firth.

Chihuahua

Movie: 2008.

Porkchop, dog in (Doug)

Porkchop


Doug's dog in the animated TV series Doug, about Doug Funnie and his family created by Jim Jinkins for Nickelodeon. The return series was later produced by Disney Studios.

Generic

TV series: 1991-1994, 1996-1999.

Porthos, dog in (Star Trek Enterprise)

Porthos


Captain Jonathan Archer's pet in the TV series Star Trek Enterprise, about the crew and their adventures on a new space ship that can travel at Warp V in the year 2151.

Beagle

TV series: 2001-2005.

Porthos, dog in (Finding Neverland)

Porthos


Sir James Matthew Barrie’s dog in the movie Finding Neverland, about J.M. Barrie's friendship with a family who inspired him to create Peter Pan; starring Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet.

Great Pyrenees

Movie: 2004.

Potsworth, dog in (Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone)

Potsworth


A neighborhood dog in the animated TV series Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone, about a dog and fur kids who patrol in dreamland where they have special powers.

English Springer Spaniel

TV series: 1990.

Precious Pup, dog in (The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show)

Precious Pup


Granny Sweet's dog in the animated TV series The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show, about a pint sized hero Atom Ant and super-sleuth Secret Squirrel; produced by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1965-1967.

Prince, dog in (The Case of the Howling Dog)

Prince


Clinton Foley's dog in the movie The Case of the Howling Dog about lawyer Perry Mason who is hired to make a will but ends up solving a murder; starring Warren William and Mary Astor.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1934.

Prince Dansker, dog in (Death of a Champion)

Prince Dansker


The champion in the movie Death of a Champion, about a pitchman who fancies himself as an amateur detective and starts nosing around into the mystery of dog deaths.

Great Dane

Movie: 1939.

Prince Terrien, dog in (Bridge to Terbithia)

Prince Terrien


(referred to as P.T.)

The dog that Jess gave Leslie in the book and the movie Bridge to Terbithia, about a young boy whose life is changed after meeting a new friend; by Katherine Paterson

Terrier mix

Book: 1977.

Movie: 2007.

Puddles, dog in (Luann)

Puddles


Luann's dog in the comic strip Luann, about a teenager dealing with school and family and friends; created by Greg Evans.

Generic

Comic strip: 1985-present.

Pudgy, dog in (Betty Boop)

Pudgy


(See also Bimbo)

Betty's companion in the animated movie about Betty Boop, an animated cartoon character created byMax Fleischer.

Generic

Movie cartoon: 1930s.

Pudsey, dog in (Ashleigh and Pudsey)

Pudsey


Ashleigh's dog in the TV team Ashleigh and Pudsey made famous on Britain's Got Talent 2012.

Mixed breed

(part Border Collie, Bichon Frise and Chinese Crested Dog)

Dog: 2006.

TV fame: 2012.

Puff, dog in (Proud Family)

Puff


The family dog in the animated TV series Proud Family, about a 14 year-old and her wacky family and friends; created by Bruce W. Smith.

Poodle

TV series: 2001-2005.

Puffy, dog in (Something About Mary)

Puffy


Magda's dog iIn the movie Something About Mary, about a guy who meets a girl from high school where his prior date with her was a embarrassing disaster; starring Ben Stiller and Cameron Diaz.

Border Terrier

Movie: 1998.

Pup Parade dogs, dog in (Pup Parade)

Pup Parade dogs


(Also known as The Bash Street Pups)

In the British comic strip Pup Parade, centred around The Bash Street Kids' dogs and their many adventures; drawn by Gordon Bell and part of the Beano comic enterprise.

Generic

Comic strip: 1967-2003.

Puppy Paws, dog in (Santa Buddies)

Puppy Paws


(See also Santa Paws)

Son of Santa Paws in the movie Santa Buddies, the fourth installment of the Air Buddies spin-off series.

(Also in the movie are dogs Budderball, Rosebud, Mudbud, Buddha, and B-Dawg.)

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2009.

Puppy Purple, dog in (The Blobs)

Puppy Purple


One of the blobs in the children's animated TV series The Blobs, about a community of colorful paint-splash characters who live in Paintbox Land; produced by Siriol Animation; based on the books by publisher DC Thomson.

Generic

TV series: 1998.

Pushinka, dog in (President John F. Kennedy)

Pushinka


Pet of President John F. Kennedy, a gift to daughter Caroline as a sign of friendship and a peace offering from Soviet Premier Khrushchev. The dog was the puppy of a Russian space dog Strelka and she and Kennedy's other dog Charlie had four pups together.

Mixed breed

Dog: 1961-1963.

Quark, dog in (Honey I Shrunk the Kids)

Quark


Wayne's dog in the movie Honey I Shrunk the Kids, about an inventor who accidentally shrinks and his neighbor's kids whose voices can only be heard by the dog.

Border Terrier

Movie: 1989.

TV series 1997-2000.

Quigley, dog in (Quigley)

Quigley


The reincarnation of Archie in the movie Quigley, about a guy who dies and comes back as a dog to make up for his mistakes; starring Gary Busey.

Movie: 2003.

Rab, dog in (Rab and his friends)

Rab


In the short story Rab and his friends, about a doctor, a dog and a cancer patient; written by John Brown.

Mastiff

Book: 1859.

Radar, dog in (Supreme)

Radar


(See alternate image.)

A super-powered dog in the comic book series Supreme, about a fictional superhero; created by Rob Liefield for Image Comics.

Dalmatian possibly

Comic book: 1996-1997.

Raffles, dog in (Rover Dangerfield)

Raffles


(See also Daisy, Rover, and Eddie)

A friend of Rover's in the animated movie Rover Dangerfield, about a showgirl's dog who gets abducted and ends up working on a farm; by Hyperion Pictures.

Border Collie

Movie: 1993.

Raggedy Dog, dog in (The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy)

Raggedy Dog


One of the stuffed dolls in the animated TV serie The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy; based on the fictional book series about Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy by Johnny Gruelle.

Generic

TV series: 1988-1990.

Rags, dog in (World War I)

Rags


Dog serving with the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I who became the mascot of the U.S. 1st Infantry Division

Mixed terrier

Dog: 1916-1936.

Rags, dog in (Spin City)

Rags


Carter's suicidal dog in the TV series Spin City, about the Deputy-Mayor of New York City and his staff of half-wits who must constantly save the Mayor from embarrassment and the media; originally starring Michael J. Fox.

Pug

TV series: 1996-2002.

Rainy, dog in (Cool Dog)

Rainy


A dog who finds his way home in New York City in the movie Cool Dog.

German Shepherd

Movie: 2010.

Ralph, dog in (The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs)

Ralph


A high-ranking spy dog in the animated TV series The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs, about a secret organization of dogs that are dedicated to protecting their world; by Saban Entertainment.

(Also in the series is terrier Mitzy and several other dogs.)

Mutt

TV series: 1998-1999.

Ralphie, dog in (Lazer Tag Academy)

Ralphie


Jaren's dog in the animated TV series Lazer Tag Academy, about a girl who travels back in time from the year 3010 to the 1980s to help her ancestors; inspired by Worlds of Wonder's Lazer Tag; created by Ruby-Spears Productions.

St. Bernard

TV series: 1986-1987.

Rambo, dog in (Mannequin)

Rambo


Captain Maxwell's dog in the movie Mannequin, about an underemployed artist who gets a job as a department-store window dresser and falls in love with a mannequin that comes to life; starring Andrew McCarthy and Kim Cattrall.

English Bulldog

Movie: 1987.

Randolph, dog in (A Dog About Town)

Randolph


Harry's poetry-loving dog in the book A Dog About Town. Like most Manhattan dogs Randolph spends his days sifting through a world of scents and his owner’s neuroses; written by J.F. Englert.

Labrador Retriever

Book: 2007.

Rebel, dog in (The Adventures of Champion)

Rebel


Ricky's dog in the TV series The Adventures of Champion, about a wild stallion who befriends a twelve year-old boy in the American Southwest in the 1880s.

German Shepherd

TV series: 1955-1956.

Red Dog, dog in (Red Dog)

Red Dog


(Originally named Tally Ho)

The dog who unites the people of Dampier, Western Australian, in the movie Red Dog; based on the book Red Dog written by Louis de Bernières which was based upon a real life dog called Red Dog.

Kelpie-Cattle Dog mix

Dog: 1971-1979.

Book: 1993.

Movie: 2011.

Reddy, dog in (Ruff and Reddy)

Reddy


A stupid dog in the animated TV series Ruff and Reddy, about the adventures of a smart cat and a not-so-smart dog; by Hanna-Barbera.

Generic

TV series: 1957-1960.

Reggie, dog in (Jesse Stone: No Remorse)

Reggie


Jesse's dog in the TV show Jesse Stone: No Remorse, one of several stories based upon Robert B. Parker’s novels about Jesse Stone a former policeman.

Irish Setter

TV show: 2010.

Ren, dog in (The Ren and Stimpy Show)

Ren


(Also known as "Ren" Höek)

A psychotic dog in the animated TV series The Ren and Stimpy Show, about the adventures of the dog and a good-natured dimwitted cat; created by John Kricfalusi.

Chihuahua

TV series: 1991-1996.

Renata, dog in (Newshounds)

Renata


(See also Rochelle, Kevin, Sam, and Wolfram.)

(See group image

One of the staff of news broadcasting company, KPET in the web comic strip Newshounds; drawn and written by Thomas K. Dye and hosted by online comics syndicate Keenspot.

Cocker Spaniel

Comic strip: 1997-present.

Reno, dog in (Top Dog)

Reno


Jake's partner in the movie Top Dog, about a cop and his dog who go after a Neo-Nazi group; starring Chuck Norris.

Briard

Movie: 1995.

Rex, dog in (Inspector Rex)

Rex


A cadaver dog in the Austrian-made TV series Inspector Rex, about a team of German policemen and their dog solving crimes. (The Austrian movie title was Kommissar Rex; the Italian title was Il commissario Rex.)

German Shepherd

TV series: 1994-2004.

Rex, dog in (President Ronald Reagan)

Rex


Pet of President Ronald Reagan. The president's older dog a Bouvier des Flandres named Lucky had grown too large and had to be moved to Reagan's Rancho del Cielo estate in California

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Dog: 1984-1998.

Rex, dog in (Cybermutt)

Rex


Nino's dog in the TV movie Cybermutt, about a dog that is badly injured during his act of heroism rebuilt with super powers.

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2002.

Rex the Wonder Dog, dog in (Rex The Wonder Dog)

Rex the Wonder Dog


A super-dog in the comic book series Rex The Wonder Dog, about a dog who receives an injection of a special serum that gives him with great strength speed and intelligence great for fighting evil; by DC Comics.

German Shepherd

Comic: 1952-1959.

Rhapsody in White, dog in (Best in Show)

Rhapsody in White


(See also Beatrice, Miss Agness, Hubert, and Winky)

Sherri Ann and Leslie Ward Cabot's dog in the moive Best in Show, about five dogs and their owners at the Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show held in Philadelphia.

Poodle

Movie: 2000.

Rhubarb, dog in (The Houndcats)

Rhubarb


(See also Mussel Mutt and Ding Dong)

A do-it-all scientist who is capable of inventing just about anything in the animated TV series The Houndcats; loosely based on the series Mission: Impossible; produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises.

Generic

TV series: 1972-1973.

Ribsy, dog in (Henry Higgins)

Ribsy


Henry's dog in the book series about Henry Higgins, about a young boy's adventures in Portland, Oregon in the 1950s; written by Beverly Cleary.

Mixed breed

Book: 1950.

Riff, dog in (Tractor Tom)

Riff


A dog who likes to round-up animals in the British animated TV series Tractor Tom, about Tractor Tom and his human animal and vehicle friends at both work and play.

Australian Shepherd

TV series: 2003-2004.

Rin Tin Tin, dog in (The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin)

Rin Tin Tin


In the movies and the TV series The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, about a orphan boy and his dog being raised by the soldiers at a U.S. Cavalry post.

German Shepherd

Movies: 1922-1931.

TV series: 1954-1959.

Rin Tin Tin, dog in (World War I)

Rin Tin Tin


A frightened pup found by an American soldier in France during World War I and ended up in Los Angeles where he starred in silent films and became a famous dog actor. He was named for a French child's puppet.

(More about Rin Tin Tin)

German Shepherd

Dog: 1918-1932.

Rita, dog in (Oliver & Company)

Rita


(See also Dodger, Einstein, Francis, Georgette and Tito.)

(Group image.)

A member of Fagin's gang in the animated movie Oliver & Company, a dog story based on the book Oliver Twist by English author Charles Dickens; produced by Walt Disney.

Saluki

Movie: 1988.

Rivets, dog in (Rivets)

Rivets


Family dog in the comic strip Rivets; created by George Sixta. The comic first appeared in The Saturday Evening Post in 1944 and was syndicated from 1953 to 1985.

Generic

Comic strip: 1944-1985.

Road Rovers, dog in (Road Rovers)

Road Rovers


(Including Hunter, Colleen, Blitz, Exile, Shag, and Muzzle.)

Dogs with super abilities in the animated TV series Road Rovers, about a team of five super-powered crime-fighting anthropomorphic dogs known as "cano-sapiens"; by Warner Bros.

Golden Retriever (Hunter)

Rough Collie (Colleen), Doberman (Blitz), Siberian Husky (Exile), Sheepdog (Shag), Rotweiler (Muzzle)

TV series: 1996-1997.

Rob Roy, dog in (President Calvin Coolidge)

Rob Roy


Pet of President Calvin Coolidge.

(Also the President had dog Prudence Prim a White Collie and 10 other dogs.)

Collie White

Dog: 1923-1929.

Roberto, dog in (Open Season 2)

Roberto


(See also Mr. Weenie, Fifi, Rufus, and Charlene.)

(Group image.)

Fifi's companion in the animated movie Open Season 2, about a rag-tag army of animals against the hunters.

Basset Hound

Movie: 2006.

Rochelle, dog in (Newshounds)

Rochelle


(See also Kevin, Sam, Renata, and Wolfram.)

(See group image

One of the staff of news broadcasting company, KPET in the web comic strip Newshounds; drawn and written by Thomas K. Dye and hosted by online comics syndicate Keenspot.

Collie

Comic strip: 1997-present.

Rocket, dog in (The Life is good Company)

Rocket


In advertisements for The Life is good Company, a New England-based apparel and accessories wholesaler retailer and lifestyle brand.

Generic

Ads: 1994-present.

Rocket, dog in (Chacha Chaudhary)

Rocket


(also known as Raaket)

Chacha Chaudhary's dog in the Indian comic strip Chacha Chaudhary, about frail, extremely intelligent old man, his wife, a giant called Sabu, and dog in a small Indian village; from Diamond Comics.

Generic

Comic strip: 1971-present.

Rocket, dog in (How Rocket Learned to Read)

Rocket


A playful dog in the children's book How Rocket Learned to Read, in which a tiny yellow bird teaches the dog how to read; by Tad Hills. Other books include Rocket Writes a Story and Rocket's Mighty Words

Generic

Book: 2010.

Rocks, dog in (Look Who's Talking Now)

Rocks


(See also Daphne)

One of the talking dogs in the movie Look Who's Talking Now, about a street-wise cross breed and a spoiled pedegree poodle who have to deal with human problems; starring John Travolta and Kirstie Alley.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1989.

Rocky, dog in (Rocky)

Rocky


In the comic strip Rocky, about on an anthropomorphic dog and his friends in their everyday life in Stockholm; created by Martin Kellerman.

Generic

Comic strip: 1998-present.

Rodney, dog in (It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog)

Rodney


Julia's well-trained dog in the movie It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog, about a reporter whose life becomes complicated when he meets up with a woman in a tavern; starring Carole Landis.

Doberman Pinscher

Movie: 1946.

Roger, dog in (Bobby's World)

Roger


The family dog in the animated TV series Bobby's World, about the daily life of Bobby and his very overactive imagination; create and voiced by Howie Mandel.

Generic

TV series: 1990-1998.

Roly, dog in (EastEnders)

Roly


(See also Terence, Wellard, and Willy)

Sharon's dog in the British TV series EastEnders, about the people of a fictional Victorian square in a fictional London Borough.

(More about Roly)

Poodle

TV series: 1985-present.

Rontu, dog in (Island of the Blue Dolphins)

Rontu


Karana's adopted dog in the movie Island of the Blue Dolphins, about a young Native American girl swims back to her abandoned home island to be with her brother; starring Celia Kaye.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1964.

Roobarb, dog in (Roobarb)

Roobarb


In the British animated TV series for children Roobarb, about a green dog whose adventures are usually snarled by a cynical pink cat; created by Grange Calveley for the BBC.

Generic

TV series: 1974.

Roscoe, dog in (Pickles)

Roscoe


The family dog in the comic strip Pickles, about a retired couple in their seventies; created by Brian Crane.

Generic

Comic strip: 1990-present.

Rosebud, dog in (Bloom County)

Rosebud


The world's last basselop in the comic strip Bloom County, about events in politics and culture as viewed by people of a fanciful small town in Middle America; created by Berkeley Breathed.

Basselope

(a cross between a basset hound and an antelope)

Comic strip: 1980-1989.

Rosebud, dog in (Space Buddies)

Rosebud


(See also B. Dawg, Budderball, Buddha, amd Mudbud)

One of the talking puppies in the movie Space Buddies, about the buddies getting aboard the space shuttle; also in the 2008 movie Space Buddies.

(Also in the movie is dog Spudnick.)

Golden Retriever

Movies: 2008, 2009.

Rosie, dog in (Rosie & Ruff in Puppydog Tales)

Rosie


(See also Ruff)

Ruff's buddy in the British animated TV series Rosie & Ruff in Puppydog Tales, about the happy mischief of four dogs; created by Hilary Hayton.

(Also in the series are dogs Scratch and Sniff.)

Generic

TV series: 1992.

Rosie O'Grady, dog in (Dog City)

Rosie O'Grady


(See also Ace Hart and Eliot Shag)

Ace's love interest in the animated TV series Dog City with puppetry; created by Jim Henson.

(Also in the series are dogs Bugsy, Vile Eddie, Colleen, Mad Dog, Frisky and others.)

Rough Collie

TV series: 1992-1995.

Rover, dog in (Rover Dangerfield)

Rover


(See also Daisy, Raffles, and Eddie)

Connie's dog in the animated movie Rover Dangerfield, about a showgirl's dog who gets abducted and ends up working on a farm; by Hyperion Pictures.

Basset Hound

Movie: 1993.

Rover, dog in (Rescued by Rover)

Rover


(Real name was Blair)

The first dog in the movies in the British film Rescued by Rover, about a dog who leads its master to his kidnapped baby.

Collie

Dog: 1904-? Movie: 1905.

Rover, dog in (Red and Rover)

Rover


Red's loyal companion in the comic strip Red and Rover, about a boy and his dog; created by Brian Basset.

Labrador Retriever

(mostly)

Comic strip: 2000-present.

Rowdy, dog in (Summer of the Monkeys)

Rowdy


Jay's companion in the movie Summer of the Monkeys, about a boy who hopes to buy a horse with the reward for returning lost circus chimps but inevitably befriends the chimps and can't bear to part with them.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1998.

Rowf, dog in (The Plague Dogs)

Rowf


(See also Snitter)

In the animated movie The Plague Dogs, about the escape of two dogs from a research station; based on the book The Plague Dogs, written by Richard Adams.

Mixed breed

Book: 1977.

Movie: 1982.

Rowlf the dog, dog in (The Muppet Show)

Rowlf the dog


(See also Muppy)

In the puppet TV series The Muppet Show, a puppet dog created and voiced by Jim Henson. Also on The Jimmy Dean Show.

(More about Rowlf)

(Also in the show was Miss Piggy's dog Foo-Foo.)

Generic

Puppet: 1962.

The Jimmy Dean Show: 1963-1966.

The Muppet Show: 1976-present.

Rude Dog, dog in (Rude Dog and the Dweebs)

Rude Dog


Owner of an auto shop in the animated TV series Rude Dog and the Dweebs, originally for Sun Sportswear ads in the 1980s.

(Also in the series are dogs Tweak, Caboose, Reggie, Snatch, Winston, Gloria, and Kibble.)

Generic

TV series: 1989.

Rudy, dog in (Katts and Dog)

Rudy


(named Rinty in the United States and France)

Officer Hank Katts' canine partner in the Canadian and French produced TV series Katts and Dog, about a cop and his dog. In the U.S. the series was known as Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop and in France as Rintintin Junior.

German Shepherd

TV series: 1988-1993.

Ruff, dog in (Dennis the Menace)

Ruff


(See movie image.)

The family dog in the comic strip, movie, TV series, and animated TV series Dennis the Menace, about a boy who causes problems for everyone; created by Hank Ketcham.

Briard

Comic strip: 1951-.

TV series: 1959-1963, 1986-1988.

Movie: 1987, 1993, 1998 .

Ruff, dog in (Rosie & Ruff in Puppydog Tales)

Ruff


(See also Rosie)

Rosie's buddy in the British animated TV series Rosie & Ruff in Puppydog Tales, about the happy mischief of four dogs; created by Hilary Hayton.

(Also in the series are dogs Scratch and Sniff.)

Generic

TV series: 1992.

Ruff Ruffman, dog in (FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman)

Ruff Ruffman


Host in the animated TV game show FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman on PBS during the PBS Kids GO! block of educational programming; created by Kate Taylor.

Generic

TV series: 2006-2010.

Rufferto, dog in (Groo the Wanderer)

Rufferto


Groo's inseparable companion in the comic book series Groo the Wanderer, about an incompetent large-nosed barbarian and his faithful dog; created by Sergio Aragonés.

Generic

Comic books: 1981-present.

Rufus, dog in (Open Season 2)

Rufus


(See also Mr. Weeni, Roberto, Fifi, and Charlene.)

(Group image.)

Charlene's boyfriend in the animated movie Open Season 2, about a rag-tag army of animals against the hunters.

Fox Terrier Wired

Movie: 2006.

Runt, dog in (Animaniacs)

Runt


A loyal but stupid dog in the animated TV series Animaniacs, an ensemble cast of off-the-wall Warner Brothers characters, appearing in a wide variety of roles.

Generic, large

TV series: 1994-1998.

Rusty, dog in (Home on the Range)

Rusty


The sheriff and Buck's best friend in the animated movie Home on the Range, about a mismatched trio of dairy cows who must capture an infamous cattle rustler for his bounty; by Walt Disney.

Generic

Movie: 2004.

Rusty, dog in (For the Love of Rusty)

Rusty


Danny's companion in the movie For the Love of Rusty, the third of eight movies about a dog and his young companion played by actor Ted Donaldson.

(More on Rusty's films.)

German Shepherd

Movie: 1947.

Rusty, dog in (Rusty: The Great Rescue)

Rusty


The family dog in the movie Rusty: The Great Rescue, about a courageous canine who protects his family from bad guys; starring Hal Holbrook and Rue McClanahan. (Released with the title Rusty: A Dog's Tale.)

Beagle

Movie: 1997.

Sakura, dog in (The Other Coast)

Sakura


(See also Koko)

One of the family dogs in the comic strip The Other Coast; created by Adrian Raeside.

Papillon

Comic strip: 2001-present.

Sam, dog in (Sam & Max)

Sam


Of Sam & Max the Freelance Police

(See comic book image.)

A crime-stopper in comic book series Sam & Max, in the animated TV series The Adventures of Sam & Max: Freelance Police and video games originally created by Steve Purcell.

(More about Sam & Max)

Cocker Spaniel

Comics: 1987-present.

TV series: 1997-1998.

Video games: 1993-2010.

Sam, dog in (Family Circus)

Sam


(See also Barfly)

The second family dog in the comic strip Family Circus, about a typical American family; created by Bil Keene.

Cocker Spaniel

Comic strip: 1960-present.

Sam, dog in (Newshounds)

Sam


(See also Rochelle, Kevin, Renata, and Wolfram.)

(See group image

One of the staff of news broadcasting company, KPET in the web comic strip Newshounds; drawn and written by Thomas K. Dye and hosted by online comics syndicate Keenspot.

Black Labrador

Comic strip: 1997-present.

Sam, dog in (Hondo)

Sam


Hondo's dog in the movie Hondo, about a U.S. cavalry scout who discovers a woman and her son living in the midst of warring Apaches and he becomes their protector; starring John Wayne and Geraldine Page.

Rough Collie

Movie: 1953.

Sam, dog in (It Happened on Fifth Avenue)

Sam


(also Sammy)

Mr. McKeever's dog It Happened on Fifth Avenue about a homeless man who lives in a mansion while the owner has gone south for the winter; and who shares the place with others, including eventually the original residents.

Parson Russell Terrier, Rough

possibly

Movie: 1947.

Sam Jr., dog in (Sam Steele and the Junior Detective Agency)

Sam Jr.


Sam's dog in the movie Sam Steele and the Junior Detective Agency, about a young boy who forms his own private detective agency to emulate his father.

Beagle

Movie: 2009.

Sam Sheepdog, dog in (A Sheep in the Deep)

Sam Sheepdog


A dog guarding sheep in several animated movies such as A Sheep in the Deep, about Sam Sheepdog who combats Ralph Wolf; by Merrie Melodies; voice by Mel Blanc.

Sheepdog

Movies: 1953-1963.

Samantha, dog in (I am Legend)

Samantha


(Sam)

In the book and movie I am Legend, a post-apocalyptic science fiction story with Will Smith as the lead in the movie; written by Francis Lawrence.

German Shepherd

Book: 1954.

Movie: 2007.

Sammy Davis Jr. Jr., dog in (Everything Is Illuminated)

Sammy Davis Jr. Jr.


A seeing-eye dog in the book and in the movie Everything Is Illuminated, about a Jewish American who tries to find the woman who saved his grandfather during World War II; by the writer Jonathan Safran Foer.

Border Collie

Book: 2002.

Movie: 2005.

Samson, dog in (Samson en Gert)

Samson


A talking dog in the Flemish-Belgian TV series for children Samson en Gert, a show characterized by a stream of running gags. Also in the Flemish-Belgian movie Hotel op Stelten (Madhouse Hotel.)

Old English Sheepdog

TV series: 1989-2008.

Movie: 2008.

Samson, dog in (Brace Face)

Samson


One of Sharon's dogs in the Canadian animated TV series Brace Face, about a young student with braces that disrupts her teenage life; created by Melissa Clark.

(Also includes dog named Pigger.)

Generic large dog

, Probably a Great Dane

TV series: 2001-2005.

Sandy, dog in (Little Orphan Annie)

Sandy


(See movie image.)

Annie's dog in comics Little Orphan Annie on radio in the Broadway musical Annie and in the movie Annie; created by Harold Gray.

Airedale mix

Radio: 1925-1942.

Comics: 1925-present.

Broadway stage: 1977-1983.

Movie: 1982.

Santa Paws, dog in (Santa Buddies)

Santa Paws


(See also Puppy Paws)

Santa's dog in the movie Santa Buddies, the fourth installment of the Air Buddies spin-off series.

(Also in the movie are dogs Budderball, Rosebud, Mudbud, Buddha, and B-Dawg.)

Golden Retriever

Movie: 2009.

Santa Paws, dog in (Santa Paws)

Santa Paws


A dog that helps people in trouble in the book series Santa Paws; a series of nine books written by Ellen Emerson White under the alias Nicholas Edwards.

German Shepherd

Book: 1996-2009.

Santa's Little Helper, dog in (The Simpsons)

Santa's Little Helper


The family dog in the long-running animated TV series The Simpsons, about a disfunctional family and noted for its fast and subtle humor and ridiculous plots; created by Matt Groening.

Generic

TV series: 1989-present.

Satchel, dog in (Get Fuzzy)

Satchel


One of Rob's pets in the comic strip Get Fuzzy, about the adventures of an ad executive and his anthropomorphic dog and cat; created by Darby Conley.

Mixed breed.

Father was Labrador Retriever, his mother a Shar-Pei

Comic strip: 1999-present.

Savage Sam, dog in (Savage Sam)

Savage Sam


Old Yeller's son in the movie Savage Sam, about the hound helping find children who were snatched by a band Apache; a sequel to Old Yeller: by Disney.

Bluetick Coonhound

Movie: 1963.

Scamp, dog in (Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure)

Scamp


(See also Lady, Tramp, Jock, and Trusty)

Son of Lady and Tramp in the animated movie Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure, about a Cocker Spaniel a stray and their pup.

(Also in the film are dogs Annette, Danielle, Colette, Buster, Ruby, Scratchy, Sparky, Francois, and Mitch)

Cocker Spaniel

mix

Movie: 2001.

Scamper, dog in (The Secret Seven)

Scamper


Janet and Peter's pet dog in the children's book series The Secret Seven, about a group of child detectives solving mysteries; created by Enid Blyton.

English Cocker Spaniel

Book: 1949-1963.

Schaeffer, dog in (The Racoons)

Schaeffer


The Racoons, about a trio of raccoons fighting against the industrialist forces of a greedy aardvark millionaire; created by Kevin Gillis.

(Also appearing is puppy Broo.)

Old English Sheepdog

TV series: 1985-1991.

Schotzie, dog in (That '70s Show)

Schotzie


Kitty and Red's dog in the TV series That '70s Show, about the lives of a group of teenage friends dealing with the social issues of the 1970s such as feminism and sexual attitudes.

Dachshund

TV series: 1998-2006.

Scooby-Doo, dog in (Scooby-Doo Where Are You)

Scooby-Doo


(Formerly called Too Much)

(See alternate image.)

Lifelong companion of Shaggy Rogers in the animated TV series Scooby-Doo Where Are You, about a big dog and several teenage humans; a Hanna Barbera production, originally created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears.

Great Dane

TV series: 1969-2004.

Scooper, dog in (Snow Dogs)

Scooper


(See also Demon, Diesel, Duchess, Mac, Nana, Sniff, and Yodel)

One of the dogs in the movie Snow Dogs, about a dentist who inherits a team of sled dogs and has to learn the sled-trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2002.

Scoot, dog in (Scoot & Kassie's Christmas Adventure)

Scoot


Kassie's dog in the TV movie Scoot & Kassie's Christmas Adventure, about friends and a dog who organize a holiday fundraiser but must protect the cash from crooks.

German Shepherd

Movie: 2013.

Scout, dog in (Finley the Fire Engine)

Scout


The firehouse dog in the children's books and British TV series for children about Finley the Fire Engine; produced by Balley Beg animation studios.

Generic

TV series: 2006-present.

Scrappy-Doo, dog in (Scooby-Doo)

Scrappy-Doo


(See alternate image.)

The nephew of cartoon star Scooby-Doo in the animated TV series Scooby-Doo, about a big dog and several teenage humans; a Hanna Barbera production, originally created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears.

Great Dane

TV series: 1979-2011.

Scraps, dog in (A Dog's Life)

Scraps


Charlie's dog in the silent movie A Dog's Life, about a dog who helps a tramp and a dance hall singer survive in the city; starring, written by, produced and directed by Charlie Chaplin.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1918.

Scruff, dog in (Little Princess)

Scruff


The princess's dog in the animated TV series Little Princess, about a little girl and her discovery of the world; based upon the series of books by Tony Ross.

Generic

TV series: 2006-2011.

Scruff, dog in (Scruff)

Scruff


Peter's dog in the animated TV series Scruff, about a curious puppy living on a farm. Originally a Catalan and Spanish series created by Josep Vallverdú.

Generic

TV series: 2000-2003.

Scruffty, dog in (Bob the Builder)

Scruffty


Bob's dog in the British animated TV series Bob the Builder, about a construction worker his friends and a gang of anthropomorphic work-vehicles.

Generic

TV series: 1999.

Scruffy, dog in (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir)

Scruffy


The Muir's dog in the TV series The Ghost and Mrs. Muir and in the movie The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, about a young widow who has a ghost friend; starring Hope Lange.

Fox Terrier

Movie: 1947.

TV series: 1968-1970.

Scuppers, dog in (Scuppers The Sailor Dog)

Scuppers


A dog who goes to sea and gets shipwrecked in the book Scuppers The Sailor Dog; written by Margaret Wise Brown.

Generic

Book: 1953 reprinted in 2001.

Seaman, dog in (Lewis and Clark)

Seaman


(Also known as Dog of Discovery)

The dog that accompanied Lewis and Clark on their expedition across America at the beginning of the 19th century. (Picture by Anne Mainman.)

Newfoundland

Dog: perhaps 1804-1806.

Seamus, dog in (Presidential candidate in 2012, Mitt Romney)

Seamus


Pet owned by Presidential candidate in 2012, Mitt Romney, known for the 1983 family vacation where Romney transported Seamus on the roof of an automobile for twelve hours.

Irish Setter

Dog on car incident:1983.

Searchlight, dog in (Stone Fox)

Searchlight


(Morgan in the movie version)

Little Willy's dog in the book Stone Fox, about a boy who enters a dog sled race to win money to save his grandpa's farm; written by John Reynolds Gerdiner. Also made into a movie for TV.

Samoyed

(Bearded Collie in the movie)

Book: 1980.

Movie: 1987.

Seymour, dog in (Futurama)

Seymour


Fry's 20th century dog in the animated TV series Futurama, about a 20th century pizza delivery boy who finds himself in the 31st century; created by Matt Groening.

Generic

TV series: 1999-2003.

Shadow, dog in (Eight Below)

Shadow


(See also Buck, Dewey, Max, Maya, Old Jack, Shorty, and Truman)

In the movie Eight Below, based upon the 1958 ill-fated Japanese scientific expedition to the South Pole and a remake of the 1986 Japanese film Nankyoku Monogatari.

Alaskan Malamute

Movie: 2006.

Shadow, dog in (Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey)

Shadow


(See also Chance)

Jamie's dog in the movie Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, a remake of the 1963 movie based on the book by Sheila Burnford titled The Incredible Journey.

(In the earlier movie and book Shadow is Bodger a Bull Terrier.)

Golden Retriever

Movie: 1993.

Shadow, dog in (The Centurions)

Shadow


Jake Rockwell's dog in the animated TV series The Centurions, about an evil cyborg, his sidekicks and an army of drones who seek to conquer the Earth; produced by Ruby-Spears.

Generic large dog

TV series: 1985-1987.

Shagg E. Dawg, dog in (Ask Shagg)

Shagg E. Dawg


In the comic strip Ask Shagg where a dog answers questions about animals that are sent in by readers; created by cartoonist Peter Guren.

Generic shaggy dog

Comic strip: 1980-present.

Shane, dog in (Radio Flyer)

Shane


The family dog in the movie Radio Flyer, about two brothers who imagine that their Radio Flyer wagon can fly and that in it they can escape their tormenting stepfather; narrated by Tom Hanks.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1992.

Shasta, dog in (Snow Buddies)

Shasta


(See also B. Dawg, Budderball, Buddha, Rosebud, and Mudbud)

The sled dog the buddies come upon in the movie Snow Buddies, about the buddies who accidently get shipped to Alaska in an ice-cream truck.

(Also in the movie is dog Talon.)

Husky

Movies: 2008.

Shelby, dog in (Smallville)

Shelby


A super dog who lost his super powers in the TV series Smallville, about the early years of Superman; starring Tom Welling.

Golden Retriever

TV series: 2001-2011.

Shelly, dog in (Wiener Dog Nationals)

Shelly


The Jack family dog in the movie Wiener Dog Nationals, a family who adopts a runt of a dachshund from a shelter enters it in the nation's greatest wiener dog race.

Dachshund

Movie: 2103.

Shep, dog in (Horseland)

Shep


Bailey's ranch dog un the animated TV series Horseland, about a group of young children at a riding school; created by Andy Heyward and developed by DIC Entertainment.

Collie Rough

TV series: 2006-2009.

Shep, dog in (My Dog Shep)

Shep


Danny's dog in the movie My Dog Shep, about an unwanted orphan who decides to run away with his dog; starring Tom Neal.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1946.

Shep, dog in (The Painted Hills)

Shep


Prospector Jonathan's faithful companion in the movie The Painted Hills, about a guy who strikes gold and whose greedy partner attempts to lay claim on the find; starring the dog Pal as Lassie.

Rough Collie

Movie: 1951.

Sherlock, dog in (Sherlock: Undercover Dog)

Sherlock


Billy's talking dog in the TV movie Sherlock: Undercover Dog, about a boy and his detective dog who rescue a kidnapped detective and catch the bad guys.

Mixed breed

Movie: 1994.

Sherlock Hound, dog in (Sherlock Hound)

Sherlock Hound


(Japanese: Taichiro Hirokawa; English: Larry Moss)

The genius sleuth in the Japanese animated TV series Sherlock Hound; based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes.

(Also in the series are John Watson and other dog characters.)

Hound

of some sort

TV series: 1984-1985.

Shiloh, dog in (Shiloh)

Shiloh


Marty's dog in the movie Shiloh and its sequels Shiloh Season and Saving Shiloh, about the adventures of a boy and his dog; starring Michael Moriarty and Blake Heron.

Beagle

Movie: 1997, 1999, 2006.

Shorty, dog in (Eight Below)

Shorty


(See also Buck, Dewey, Max, Maya, Old Jack, Shadow, and Truman)

In the movie Eight Below based upon the 1958 ill-fated Japanese scientific expedition to the South Pole and a remake of the 1986 Japanese film Nankyoku Monogatari.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2006.

Simone, dog in (The Partridge Family)

Simone


The family dog in the first season of the TV series The Partridge Family, about a widowed mother and her five children who embark on a music career; starring Shirley Jones and David Cassidy.

Bearded Collie

TV series: 1970-1971.

Sinbad, dog in (U.S. Coast Guard)

Sinbad


The mascot of the U.S. Coast Guard and in the book written by George F. Foley Jr. Sinbad of the Coast Guard.

(More about Sinbad)

Mixed breed

Dog: 1937-1951.

Book: 1945.

Skeletor, dog in (50/50)

Skeletor


Adam's dog in the movie 50/50, about a young journalist's struggle with a rare cancer; starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen.

Greyhound

Movie: 2011.

Skip, dog in (My Dog Skip)

Skip


Willie's childhood dog in the movie and book My Dog Skip, about a boy and his dog in a small sleepy Southern town; an autobiographical story by Willie Morris.

Jack Russell Terrier

Book: 1995.

Movie: 2000.

Skipper, dog in (Robinson Crusoe)

Skipper


The captain's dog in the movie Robinson Crusoe; a loose adaptation of Daniel Defoe's classic novel; starring Pierce Brosnan.

Welsh Corgi

Movie: 1997.

Skits, dog in (Martha Speaks)

Skits


(See also Martha)

Helen's second dog in the book and animated TV series Martha Speaks, about a girl who feeds her dog alphabet soup that travels to the dog's brain; on PBS based on the 1992 book by Susam Meddaough.

Generic

Book: 1992.

TV series: 2008-present.

Slinky, dog in (Toy Story)

Slinky


Based on the passé springy toy in the animated movie Toy Story, a story about a bunch of kids' toys come to life; from The Walt Disney Studios.

Slinky toy

Movie: 1995.

Smiley, dog in (Hazel)

Smiley


The Baxter family dog in the TV series Hazel, about a competent take-charge live-in maid in the home of an attorney and his family; starring Shirley Booth.

Airedale Terrier

TV series: 1961-1966.

Smoky, dog in (World War II)

Smoky


Dog who served as a in World War II in the South Pacific with the Air Force and flew 12 rescue and photo reconnaissance missions.

(More about Smoky)

Yorkshire Terrier

Dog: 1943-1957.

Snert, dog in (Hagar the Horrible)

Snert


Hagar's dog in comic strip Hagar the Horrible, about a shaggy scruffy overweight red-bearded Viking who regularly raids England; created by Dik Browne and now drawn by his son Chris Browne.

Generic

Comic strip: 1973-present.

Sniff, dog in (Snow Dogs)

Sniff


(See also Demon, Diesel, Duchess, Mac, Nana, Scooper, and Yodel)

One of the dogs in the movie Snow Dogs, about a dentist who inherits a team of sled dogs and has to learn the sled-trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2002.

Snitter, dog in (The Plague Dogs)

Snitter


(See also Rowf)

In the book The Plague Dogs, about the escape of two dogs from a research station; based on the book The Plague Dogs, written by Richard Adams.

Fox Terrier Smooth

Book: 1977.

Movie: 1982.

Snoopy, dog in (Peanuts)

Snoopy


(See also Spike)

Charlie Brown's dog in comic strip Peanuts and in animated TV specials such as I want a Dog for Christmas by Charles Schulz.

(More about Snoopy)

Beagle

Comic strip: 1950-present.

TV specials: 1965-2011.

Movies: 1969, 1972, 1977, 1980.

Snowy, dog in (The Adventures of Tintin)

Snowy


(See comic book image.)

Tintin's dog in the Belgian comic book, TV series, and animated movie The Adventures of Tintin, about a reporter and his dog; created by Georges "Hergé" Remi. The earlier TV series was The Adventures of Tintin, the later series Hergé's Adventures of Tintin, the animated movie was The Adventures of Tintin.

Fox Terrier

Comic books: 1929-1976.

TV series: 1959-1963,1991-1992.

Movie: 2011.

Snuffles, dog in (The Quick Draw McGraw Show)

Snuffles


(See also Doggie Daddy and Augie Doggie)

In the animated TV series The Quick Draw McGraw Show; by Hanna-Barbera.

(More about Snuffles)

Bloodhound

TV series: 1959-1961.

Snuffy, dog in (Pal Joey)

Snuffy


Joey's dog, a gift from Linda, in the movie Pal Joey, about a second-rate, womanizing singer who meets a naive chorus girl; starring Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak.

Cairn Terrier

Movie: 1957.

Snuppy, dog in (first cloned dog)

Snuppy


The first cloned dog, born in Korea thanks to researchers led by biomedical scientist Hwang Woo-Suk.

(More about Snuppy)

Afghan Hound

Dog: 2005-2008.

Sonny, dog in (Due Date)

Sonny


Ethan's dog in the movie Due Date, about a high-strung father-to-be who is forced to hitch a ride with an aspiring actor and his dog so he can see his child's birth; starring Robert Downey Jr.

French Bulldog

Movie: 2010.

Sonny, dog in (The Dogfather)

Sonny


An adopted dog in the movie The Dogfather, about a dog who swallows a mafia don's ring and his best soldiers try and retrieve it.

Bulldog

Movie: 2010.

Sophie, dog in (Dog eat Doug)

Sophie


Doug's canine friend in the comic strip Dog eat Doug, about a dog and a baby in a love-hate relationship; created by Brian Anderson.

Labrador Retriever

Comic strip: 2004-present.

Sounder, dog in (Sounder)

Sounder


The family dog in the book Sounder, a sad tale of a poor black sharecropper's family and their dog; written by William H. Armstrong

Redbone Hound

and Bulldog mix

Book: 1929.

Sounder, dog in (Sounder)

Sounder


The family dog in the movie Sounder and its 1976 sequel and the TV movie Sounder, a coming-of-age story of a boy living in the Depression era of the South; based upon the book by William H. Armstrong but more upbeat.

Redbone Hound

Movies: 1972, 1976.

TV movie: 2003.

Sparky, dog in (Frankenweenie)

Sparky


(See 2012 movie image.)

Victor's dog in the movie and animated movie remake Frankenweenie, about a boy who creates a machines that revives his dead dog. The remake of the movie by Tim Burton is in 3D.

Bull Terrier

Movie: 1984, 2012.

Sparky, dog in (South Park)

Sparky


Stan's dog in the animated TV series South Park, about the bizarre adventures of four boys; created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The show is known for crude language and dark humor.

Generic

TV series: 1997-present.

Sparky (the Wonder Dog), dog in (Michael)

Sparky (the Wonder Dog)


Frank's dog in the movie Michael, about three tabloid reporters who find out the Archangel Michael is on vacation living with an old woman; starring John Travolta, Andie MacDowell and William Hurt.

Jack Russell Terrier

Movie: 1996.

Spencer, dog in (Best in Show)

Spencer


A wily dog in the comic strip Best in Show, about a dog with a mind of his own.

Labrador, Chocolate

Comic strip: 2004-now.

Spike, dog in (Tom and Jerry)

Spike


The stern but occasionally dumb dog in animated movies Tom and Jerry; by Hanna-Barbera.

(More about Spike)

Bulldog

Cartoons: 1942-2008.

Spike, dog in (Peanuts)

Spike


(See also Snoopy)

Snoopy's older brother in the comic strip Peanuts; by Charles Schulz.

(More about Spike)

Bulldog

Comic strip: 1950-present.

Spike, dog in (Rugrats)

Spike


(See also Fifi)

Fifi's boyfriend in animated TV series Rugrats, about eight babies as well as two dogs and their day-to-day lives; on Nickelodeon Network.

Generic

TV series: 1991-2005.

Spike, dog in (Looney Tunes)

Spike


(See also Chester)

Chester's cohort in the animated movies Looney Tunes; voiced by Mel Blanc, produced by Warner Bros.

Bulldog

Movies: 1952-1996.

Spike, dog in (Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas)

Spike


The ship's dog in the animated movie Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, about the sailor of legend traveling to the end of the world to retrieve the Book of Peace and save the life of a prince; by Dreamworks.

Bull Mastiff

mix

Movie: 2003.

Spike, dog in (Heathcliff)

Spike


(See comic image.)

A neighbor's dog in the comic strip and animated TV series and movie Heathcliff, about a wisecracking trouble-making cat; created by George Gately. The later TV series was known as Heathcliff and The Catillac Cats.

Bulldog

Comic strip: 1973-->.

TV series: 1980-1982, 1984-1988.

Movie:1986.

Spike, dog in (The Game Plan)

Spike


Kingman's dog in the movie The Game Plan, about football player living the bachelor lifestyle who discovers that he has a 8-year-old daughter.

English Bulldog

Movie : 2007.

Spike, dog in (The Westerner)

Spike


Dave Blassingame's dog in the TV series The Westerner about a basically decent, ordinary man who was handy with a gun; starring Brian Keith.

Blackmouth_Cur

TV Series: 1960.

Spot, dog in (Dick and Jane)

Spot


A generic dog in the book Dick and Jane, about a generic boy and generic girl in a generic world; created by William S. Gray a children's reader series.

Generic

Book: 1936-1965.

Spot the Dog, dog in (Spot the Dog)

Spot the Dog


The feature puppy in the children's book series Spot the Dog; written by Eric Hill and later a British animated TV series titled Spot.

Cocker Spaniel

Book: series 1980-1996.

TV series: 1986-2000.

Sprocket, dog in (Fraggle Rock)

Sprocket


(See 2012 animate series image.)

Doc's dog in the children's live action puppet TV series and animated TV series Fraggle Rock, a high-energy raucous musical romp with "Muppet" characters called Fraggles; created by Jim Henson.

Sheep Dog

TV series: 1983-1987.

Animated TV series: 1987.

Spuds Mackenzie, dog in (Budweiser)

Spuds Mackenzie


In advertisements for Budweiser beer one of the Anheuser-Busch brands played by a dog named Honey Tree Evil Eye.

(More about Spuds)

Bull Terrier

Ads: 1987-1989.

Dog: 1983-1993.

Spunky, dog in (Rocko's Modern Life)

Spunky


Rocko's dog in the animated TV series Rocko's Modern Life, about the surreal adventures of an anthropomorphic wallaby and his animal friends and faithful dog; created by Joe Murray.

(More about Spunky)

Golden Retriever

TV series: 1999-2002.

Stan, dog in (Dog With a Blog)

Stan


The family dog in the TV series Dog With a Blog, about a family whose dog can talk and has a blog where he discusses the household happenings.

Mixed breed

TV series: 2012-present.

Stella, dog in (Modern Family)

Stella


Jay's dog in the TV series Modern Family, about a non-traditional extended family dealing with modern suburban life.

French Bulldog

TV series: 2009-.

Stinkbert, dog in (Turbo Dogs)

Stinkbert


(See also Mags, Strut, Dash, Clutch and GT)

(See group image.)

Six dogs friends in the animated TV series Turbo Dogs, about canine friends who learn lessons in friendship, fair play, and teamwork while being the fastest dogs in Racerville.

(Also in the series are dogs Ump, Five, Marlene, Zanner, Rock Rally, and others.)

Terrier

TV series: 2008-2010.

Stinky, dog in (Dharma and Greg)

Stinky


(See also Nunzio)

One of Dharma's two dogs in the TV series Dharma and Greg, about a married couple--a ditzy woman and an uptight man; starring Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson.

Briard

mix

TV series: 1997-2003.

Stogie, dog in (Mission Hill)

Stogie


Andy's dog in the animated TV series Mission Hill (formerly known as The Downtowners,) about a young man who works in an ad ageny; created by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein;

Golden Retriever

TV series: 1999-2002.

Stringer and Tubby, dog in (The Beagles)

Stringer and Tubby


The singing duet in the animated TV series The Beagles, a take-off of the famous musical group The Beatles; produced by Total Television.

(Also in the series is dog Scotty.)

Beagle

TV series: 1966-1968.

Strongheart, dog in (White Fang)

Strongheart


(Born as Etzel von Oeringen)

Dog actor in the movies such as White Fang in 1925.

(More about Strongheart)

German Shepherd

Dog: 1917-1929.

Movies: 1921-1927.

Struts, dog in (Turbo Dogs)

Struts


(See also Mags, Dash, Stinkbert, Clutch and GT)

(See group image.)

Six dogs friends in the animated TV series Turbo Dogs, about canine friends who learn lessons in friendship, fair play, and teamwork while being the fastest dogs in Racerville.

(Also in the series are dogs Ump, Five, Marlene, Zanner, Rock Rally, and others.)

Dachshund

TV series: 2008-2010.

Stubby, dog in (World War I)

Stubby


(Sergeant Stubby)

The most decorated dog of World War I.

(More about Stubby)

Bull Terrier

Dog: 1917-1926.

Sweep, dog in (The Sooty Show)

Sweep


A grey dog with a penchant for bones and sausages in the British children's TV series The Sooty Show, about a a bear a panda and a dog all hand puppets.

(More about Sweep)

(Also in the series is dog Butch.)

Spaniel

TV series: 1955-1992.

Sweetie, dog in (Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days)

Sweetie


The family dog in the movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, based on the popular illustrated children's book series Diary of a Wimpy Kid; written by author and cartoonist Jeff Kinney.

Mixed breed

Book: 2009.

Movie: 2012.

Tagg, dog in (The Adventures of Gulliver)

Tagg


Gary's dog in the animated TV series The Adventures of Gulliver, about a boy and his dog on an island with little people; by Hanna-Barbera Productions.

Generic

TV series: 1968-1969.

Talking Dog, dog in (The Powderpuff Girls)

Talking Dog


The girls' dog in the animated TV series The Powderpuff Girls, about three kindergarten-aged girls with superpowers; created by animator Craig McCracken.

Generic

TV series: 1998-2009.

Teddy, dog in (The Extra Girl)

Teddy


Sue's dog in the movie The Extra Girl, about a small town girl who goes to Hollywood to escape marriage expecting to greeted with open arms but finds disappointment; starring Mabel Normand.

Great Dane

Movie: 1923.

Tequila, dog in (Tequila and Bonetti)

Tequila


One of Nico's new partners in the movie Tequila and Bonetti, about a cop from New York who on is sent on reassignment to California where he has to readjust to the locale and his canine companion; starring Jack Scalia.

Mastiff French

(Dogue de Bordeaux)

TV series: 1992.

Terence, dog in (Eastenders)

Terence


(See also Roly, Wellard, and Willy)

Janine's dog in the British TV series Eastenders, about the people of a fictional Victorian square in a fictional London Borough.

Lhasa Apso

TV series: 1985-present.

The Doberman Gang, dog in (The Doberman Gang)

The Doberman Gang


Robber dogs in the movie The Doberman Gang, about an ex-con and his friends who train dobermans to rob a bank. Two sequels followed: The Daring Dobermans in 1973 and The Amazing Dobermans in 1976.

(In the movie are dogs Baby Face Nelson, Bonnie, Clyde, Dillinger, Ma Barker and Pretty Boy Floyd.)

Doberman Pinschser

Movie: 1972, 1976.

The Mighty Celt, dog in (The Mighty Celt)

The Mighty Celt


Donal's favorite dog in the movie The Mighty Celt, about a 14-year old boy who works in a greyhound racing kennel, hoping to own one of the dogs.

Greyhound

Movie: 2005.

Thor, dog in (Bad Moon)

Thor


The family dog in the movie Bad Moon, about a man dealing with a werewolf curse; based on the novel by Wayne Smith; starring Mariel Hemingway.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1996.

Thurber, dog in (Party of Five)

Thurber


The Salinger family dog in the TV series Party of Five, about 5 siblings whose parents were killed in an accident and how they cope.

Bulldog

TV series: 1994-2000.

Tige, dog in (Buster Brown Shoe Company)

Tige


Buster's dog in advertisements for the Buster Brown Shoe Company.

Bulldog

Ads: 1904-->.

Tige, dog in (Buster Brown)

Tige


In the comic strip Buster Brown, about a mischievous young boy and his dog; created by Richard Felton Outcault and on radio and in the TV series.

Pit Bull Terrier

Comic strip: 1901-1921.

Radio: 1943-1954.

TV series: 1951-1953.

Tiger, dog in (Kipper the Dog)

Tiger


(See also Kipper)

Kipper's friend in a series of children's books and in the animated TV series Kipper the Dog, about a mischievous and funny dog and his friends; written by Mick Inkpen.

Generic

Book: series 1992-2008.

TV series: 1999-2001.

Tiger, dog in (The Brady Bunch)

Tiger


(See Mop Top for the animated series dog)

The family dog in the TV series The Brady Bunch, about a blended family from two former marriages including three boys and three girls and the housekeeper; starring Robert Reed and Florence Henderson.

Mixed breed

TV series: 1969-1974.

Timmy, dog in (The Famous Five)

Timmy


The childrens' dog in the books and TV series The Famous Five; a series of children's stories written by British author Enid Blyton and later adapted for TV in the late 1970s and again in the 1990s.

Border Collie

in the TV series; mixed breed in the books

Book: 1942-1963.

TV series: 1978-1979 1995-1997.

Tito, dog in (Oliver & Company)

Tito


(See also Dodger, Einstein, Francis, Georgette, and Rita.)

(Group image.)

A member of Fagin's gang in the animated movie Oliver & Company, a dog story based on the book Oliver Twist by English author Charles Dickens; produced by Walt Disney.

Chihuahua

Movie: 1988.

Titus, dog in (Batman)

Titus


Batman's later dog in the comic book series Batman. Titus was introduced in the Batman books as a German Shepard, taking the place of Ace the Bathound.

Great Dane

Comics: 2012.

Toby, dog in (The Great Mouse Detective)

Toby


Basil's dog in the animated movie The Great Mouse Detective, a parody of Sherlock Holmes based on the children's book series Basil of Baker Street by Eve Titus; by Walt Disney.

Basset Hound

Movie: 1986.

Toby, dog in (A Dog's Journey)

Toby


(Originally named Buddy, then Molly, then Max, finally Toby.)

The narrator of the story in the book A Dog's Journey, about one endearing dog's search for his purpose over the course of several lives; a sequel to A Dog's Purose by W. Bruce Cameron.

(The Buddy reincarnation derives from the earlier book.)

Beagle

(Originally a Black Labrador as Buddy, then a Cocker Spaniel as Molly, then a Poodle mix as Max, before ending up as Toby.)

Book: 2012.

Tock, dog in (The Phantom Tollbooth)

Tock


Milo's companion in the animated movie The Phantom Tollbooth, about a boy and his dog who go from live-action to animation as his toy car transports them to the enchanted Kingdom of Wisdom and the cities of Digitopolis and Dictionopolis; based on the children's book by Norton Juster.

Generic

Book: 1961.

Movie: 1970.

Togo, dog in (1925 Serum Run to Nome)

Togo


The lead dog in the famous 1925 Serum Run to Nome, also known as the "Great Race of Mercy."

(More about Togo)

Siberian Husky

Dog: 1913-1929.

Famed run:1925.

Top Dog, dog in (Top Dog)

Top Dog


Joey's friend in the comics Top Dog, about an intelligent talking dog and a human child who go on adventures involving spies, criminals and mad scientists; by Marvel Comics.

Generic

Comics: 1985-1987.

Toto, dog in (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz)

Toto


Dorothy's dog in the book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, about a girl from Kansas and her dog who are off to see the wizard; written by L. Frank Baum; and in the movie The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Cairn Terrier

Book: 1900.

Movie: 1939.

Towser, dog in (Towser Dog's Story)

Towser


In the book Towser Dog's Story; by Amy Prentis part of a collection called "Aunt Amy's Animal Stories."

Collie Rough

Book: 1906.

Towser, dog in (Towser)

Towser


In the animated TV show Towser and in the book series, about a clever dog; created by writer and illustrator Tony Ross.

Generic

Book: 1984, 1985.

TV show: 1984.

Trakr, dog in (9-11 attacks)

Trakr


Rescue dog that discovered the last survivor of the 9-11 attacks in New York City in 2001. Later produced five cloned pups

(More about Trakr)

German Shepherd

Dog: 1994-2009.

Tramp, dog in (My Three Sons)

Tramp


The family dog in the TV series My Three Sons, about a widower and aeronautical engineer raising his three sons and their dog; starring Fred MacMurray.

Mixed breed

TV series: 1960-1972.

Tramp, dog in (Lady and the Tramp)

Tramp


(See also Lady, Scamp, Jock, and Trusty)

In the animated movie Lady and the Tramp, about an American Cocker Spaniel who lives with a refined upper middle-class family and a stray called Tramp; produced by Walt Disney.

Schnauzer

mix

Movie: 1955.

Trouble, dog in (Superstretch and Microwoman)

Trouble


The couple's dog in the animated TV series Superstretch and Microwoman, about a shape-shifting husband and wife crime-fighting team; one of the installments of Tarzan and the Super 7 a Saturday morning cartoon series produced by Filmation.

Generic

TV series: 1978-1980.

Truffles, dog in (George & Mildred)

Truffles


Mildred's dog in the British TV series George & Mildred, a sitcom about an ill-matched married couple who move into a modern upmarket housing estate.

Yorkshire Terrier

TV series: 1976-1979.

Truman, dog in (Eight Below)

Truman


(See also Buck, Dewey, Max, Maya, Old Jack, Shadow, and Shorty)

In the movie Eight Below, based upon the 1958 ill-fated Japanese scientific expedition to the South Pole and a remake of the 1986 Japanese film Nankyoku Monogatari.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2006.

Trusty, dog in (Lady and the Tramp)

Trusty


(See also Lady, Tramp, Scamp, and Jock)

A friend of Lady in the animated movie Lady and the Tramp, about an American Cocker Spaniel who lives with a refined upper middle-class family and a stray called Tramp; produced by Walt Disney.

Bloodhound

Movie: 1955.

Tucker, dog in (Dogs of C-Kennel)

Tucker


(See also Kenny, Iggy, Oliver, and Willy.)

(Group image.)

In the comic strip Dogs of C-Kennel; created and written by Mick Mastroianni and illustrated by "B.C." artist Mason Mastroianni.

Schnauzer

Comic strip: 2007-present.

Tucker, dog in (Murder She Purred: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery)

Tucker


Mary's dog in the TV movie Murder She Purred: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery, about a cat and dog who solve a murder for their amatuer sleuth owner; starring Ricki Lake.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Movie: 2000.

Tulip, dog in (My Dog Tulip)

Tulip


(named Queenie in real-life and in the book)

Ackerley's dog in the book and animated movie My Dog Tulip; based on the memoirs of J. R. Ackerley; starring the voices of Christopher Plummer, Lynn Redgrave and Isabella Rossellini.

German Shepherd

Book: 1956.

Movie: 2009.

Tyko, dog in (Life is Ruff)

Tyko


Calvin's dog on the TV movie Life is Ruff, about a 13-year-old boy who adopts and trains a dog that proves to be more than anybody can handle.

Labrador/St. Bernard-mix

Movie: 2005.

Tyrone, dog in (The Secret Lives of Waldo Kitty)

Tyrone


Waldo Kitty's antagonist in the animated TV series for children The Secret Lives of Waldo Kitty; a parody of James Thurber's story The Secret Life of Walter Mitty with anthropomorphic dogs and cats.

Bulldog

TV series: 1975.

Uggie, dog in (The Artist)

Uggie


Valentin's dog in the movie The Artist, about a silent movie star who wonders if the arrival of talking pictures will cause him to fade into oblivion; starring Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo.

Jack Russell Terrier

Movie: 2011.

Underdog, dog in (Underdog)

Underdog


(Also known as Shoeshine)

In the movie Underdog, about a hound named Shoeshine who accidentally gains superpowers; based on the cartoon series of the same name.

(Also in the movie are dogs Sweet Polly Purebred, Supershep the Bulldog, and Riff Raff.)

Beagle

Movie: 2007.

Underdog, dog in (Underdog)

Underdog


(Also known as Shoeshine)

In the animated TV series Underdog, about a dog with super powers who always speaks in rhymes; voiced by Wally Cox.

(Also in the series is dog Sweet Polly Purebred.)

Generic

TV series: 1964-1973.

Valentine, dog in (Year of the Dog)

Valentine


(See also Pencil)

Peggy's second dog in the movie Year of the Dog, about a secretary whose life changes in unexpected ways after her dog dies; starring Molly Shannon.

German Shepherd

Movie: 2007.

Verdell, dog in (As good As It Gets)

Verdell


Simon's dog in the movie As good As It Gets, about a single mother, a misanthropic author, and a gay artist who form an unlikely friendship; starring Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt.

Brussels Griffon

Movie: 1997.

Vincent, dog in (Lost)

Vincent


Walt's dog in the TV series Lost, about airline passengers inexplicably stranded on a mystery island teeming with surprises.

Labrador Retriever

TV series: 2005-2010.

Vivian, dog in (Cathy)

Vivian


(See also Electra)

Irving's dog in the comic strip Cathy, about a woman and her struggles with food love mom and work; by Cathy Guisewite.

Generic

Comic strip: 1976-2010.

Wag, dog in (Dean Spanley)

Wag


Dean's being before being reincarnated in the movie Dean Spanley, about a man who can't come to grips with the loss of his son; starring Peter O'Toole andSam Neill.

Welsh Springer Spaniel

Movie: 2008.

Wally, dog in (Drabble)

Wally


The family dog in the comic strip Drabble; created by Kevin Fagan.

Dachshund

Comic strip: 1979-present.

Walter, dog in (Walter the Farting Dog)

Walter


The family dog in the children's book series Walter the Farting Dog, about a dog who has a gas problem that always turns out to not be a problem; written by William Kotzwinkle and Glenn Murray, and illustrated by Audrey Colman.

Generic

Book: 2001-2007.

Wee Jock, dog in (Hamish Macbeth)

Wee Jock


Macbeth's dog in the British TV series Hamish Macbeth, about a man who keeps the peace in a small Scottish town without undue reliance on the letter of the law; loosely based on a series of mystery novels by M. C. Beaton.

West Highland White Terrier

Book: 1985-2013.

TV series: 1995-1997.

Weederman, dog in (Mr. Boffo)

Weederman


Earl's dog in the comic strip Mr. Boffo, about a balding big-nosed man married to a pretty blonde; by Joe Martin.

Generic

Comic strip: 1986-present.

Weiner Dog, dog in (Norm)

Weiner Dog


Norm's dog in the TV series Norm, about a former NHL hockey player banned from the league for gambling and tax evasion who must perform five years of community service as a social worker; starring Norm Macdonald. (Also known as The Norm Show.)

Dachshund

TV series: 1999-2001.

Wellard, dog in (EastEnders)

Wellard


(See also Terence, Roly, and Willy)

Robbie's dog in the British TV series EastEnders, about a community in a fictional Victorian square in a fictional London borough.

Belgian Tervuren

TV series: 1985-present.

What-A-Mess, dog in (What-A-Mess)

What-A-Mess


(Real name Prince Amir of Kinjan)

Title character in a series of British Children books and animated TV series What-A-Mess, about an accident-prone puppy; created by Frank Muir.

Afghan Hound

Book: series 1984-1981.

TV series: 1990 1995.

Wheely Willy, dog in (paraplegic chihuahua on wheels)

Wheely Willy


The paraplegic chihuahua on wheelsfrom Long Beach California who became a celebrity as the subject of two bestselling children's books How Willy Got His Wheels.

(More about Wheely Willy)

Chihuahua

Dog: 1991-2009.

Book: 1998.

Whimper, dog in (Clue Club)

Whimper


(See also Woofer)

The down-to-earth easy-going intelligent dog in the animated TV series Clue Club and appearing under the title Woofer & Wimper Dog Detectives; produced by Hanna-Barbera.

Basset Hound

TV series: 1976-1977.

White Dog, dog in (To Dance with the White Dog)

White Dog


The dog that comes into Sam's life in the movie To Dance with the White Dog, about a old man whose wife has died and taken possession of a stray dog's body so she can keep an eye on her widowed husband; based upon the novel by Terry Kay.

Australian Shepherd

Book: 1990.

Movie: 2002.

White Fang, dog in (White Fang)

White Fang


(See animated TV series image.)

A wolf-dog during the Klondike Gold Rush at the end of the 19th century in the book, the movie and the animated TV series White Fang, about a wild dog's journey to domestication; original story written by Jack London.

Wolf-dog Hybrid

Book: 1906.

Movies: 1936, 1991, 1993, 1994.

TV series: 1993.

Whitey, dog in (Boston Blackie)

Whitey


The flippant detective's dog in the movies on radio and in the TV series Boston Blackie, about a reformed jewel thief who solves crimes. The characters of the stories were created by author Jack Boyle in the early 1900s.

Black Terrier

Movies: 1918-1949.

Radio: 1944-1950.

TV series: 1951-1953.

Wilby Daniels, dog in (The Return of the Shaggy Dog)

Wilby Daniels


(See also Chiffon)

The person turned into a dog in the TV movie The Return of the Shaggy Dog, about a magical ring that turns a man into a sheepdog.

Old English Sheepdog

TV movie: 1987.

Wildfire, dog in (It's a Dog's Life)

Wildfire


The narrator in the movie It's a Dog's Life, about dog telling his life story from the streets of the Bowery to a life of luxury.

Bull Terrier

Movie: 1955.

Wilfred, dog in (Wilfred)

Wilfred


Sarah's dog in the comedy TV series Wilfred, about a depressed fellow who is the only one to hear the neighbor's dog talking. This Australian TV series was imported to the U.S.; starring Jason Gann as Wilfred and Elijah Wood.

Mixed breed

(or dog imposter)

Australian TV series: 2007-2010.

US TV series: 2011-2013.

William & Elizabeth, dog in (Bob and Margaret)

William & Elizabeth


The couple's pet dogs in the Canadian/UK animated TV series Bob and Margaret, about a married English couple, a middle class 40-ish working couple with no children and two dogs; produced by Nelvana.

Generic

TV series: 1998-2001.

Willie, dog in (Whistle for Willie)

Willie


Peter's dog in the children's book and animated TV series Whistle for Willie, about a boy who longs to whistle for his dog; written and illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats.

Dachshund

Book: 1964.

TV series: 1984.

Willy, dog in (Sport Billy)

Willy


Billy's loyal companion in the animated TV series Sport Billy, about a young boy who is from the planet Olympus which is populated by athletic god-like beings; by Filmation Associates.

Generic

TV series: 1979.

Willy, dog in (Dogs of C-Kennel)

Willy


(See also Kenny, Tucker, Oliver and Iggy.)

(Group image.)

In the comic strip Dogs of C-Kennel; created and written by Mick Mastroianni and illustrated by "B.C." artist Mason Mastroianni.

Pit Bull

Comic strip: 2007-present.

Willy, dog in (EastEnders)

Willy


(See also Terence, Wellard, and Roly)

Ethel's dog in the British TV series EastEnders, about the people of a fictional Victorian square in a fictional London Borough.

Pug

TV series: 1985-present.

Winky, dog in (Best in Show)

Winky


(See also Beatrice, Miss Agness, Hubert, and Rhapsody in White)

Gerry and Cookie Fleck's dog and winner in the movie Best in Show, about five dogs and their owners at the Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show held in Philadelphia.

Norwich Terrier

Movie: 2000.

Winn-Dixie, dog in (Because of Winn-Dixie)

Winn-Dixie


Opal's new-found friend in the book and in the movie Because of Winn-Dixie, about a mischievous dog who befriends a lonely young girl in a new town and helps her make new friends; starring AnnaSophia Robb and Jeff Daniels; written by Kate DiCamillo.

Picardy Shepherd

Book: 2000.

Movie: 2005.

Wishbone, dog in (Wishbone)

Wishbone


A dog that daydreams in the children's TV series Wishbone; created by Rick Duffield for PBS.

Jack Russell Terrier

TV series: 1995-2001.

Wolf, dog in (The Journey of Natty Gann)

Wolf


Nanny's wolf-dog in the movie The Journey of Natty Gann, about a tomboy in the 1930s who runs away from her guardian to join her single father who is 2000 miles away; starring Meredith Salenger and John Cusack.

Wolf-dog Hybrid

Movie: 1985.

Wolf, dog in (Rip Van Winkle)

Wolf


The old man's dog in the short story Rip Van Winkle, about a man who sleeps for 20 years; by Washington Irving.

Mixed breed

Short story: 1819.

Wolf, dog in (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman)

Wolf


Byron Sully's dog in the TV series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, about a doctor who travels west and adapts to her new life as a mother; starring Jane Seymour.

Alaskan Malamute

TV series: 1993-1998.

Wolfram, dog in (Newshounds)

Wolfram


(See also Rochelle, Kevin, Renata, and Sam.)

(See group image

One of the staff of news broadcasting company, KPET in the web comic strip Newshounds; drawn and written by Thomas K. Dye and hosted by online comics syndicate Keenspot.

Norwegian Elkhound

Comic strip: 1997-present.

Won Ton Ton, dog in (Won Ton Ton - The Dog Who Saved Hollywood)

Won Ton Ton


The ersatz Rin Tin Tin in the movie Won Ton Ton - The Dog Who Saved Hollywood, about a woman who goes to Hollywood in 1924 to become an actress but the dog that followed her becomes the star; starring Madeline Kahn.

German Shepherd

Movie: 1976.

Wonder Dog, dog in (Super Friends)

Wonder Dog


One of the super-heros in the animated TV series Super Friends; by Hanna-Barbera; created by E. Nelson Bridwell for DC Comics.

(More about Wonder Dog)

Yellow Labrador Retriever

TV series appearance: 2008.

Woof, dog in (Where’s Waldo)

Woof


Waldo's dog in the animated TV series Where’s Waldo, about a boy and his dog who travel to distant lands solving mysteries and lending a helping hand wherever they can; created by Martin Handford.

Generic

TV series: 1991-1992.

Woofer, dog in (Winky Dink and You)

Woofer


Winky's dog in the animated TV series Winky Dink and You, about a boy and his dog; created by Harry Prichett Sr. and Ed Wyckoff.

Generic

TV series: 1953-1957.

Woofer, dog in (Clue Club)

Woofer


(See also Whimper)

The bumbling dog in the animated TV series Clue Club and appearing under the title Woofer & Wimper Dog Detectives; produced by Hanna-Barbera.

Bloodhound

TV series: 1976-1977.

Woofer, dog in (The Adventures of Ociee Nash)

Woofer


Ociee's dog in the movie The Adventures of Ociee Nash, about a 9-year-old girl who's father sends her to live with her straight-laced Aunt Mamie in North Carolina.

Mixed beed

Movie: 2003.

Woofster, dog in (Super Why)

Woofster


Whyatt's dog in the animated TV series Super Why, a children's adventure series in which five Super Readers help preschoolers learn the fundamentals of reading; created by Angela C. Santomero.

Generic

TV series: 2007-present.

Wordsworth, dog in (Jamie and the Magic Torch)

Wordsworth


Jamie's dog in the British animated TV series Jamie and the Magic Torch, about young boy and his torch which, when shone on the floor, opens up a hole into a fun dimension called Cuckoo Land; created by Cosgrove Hall.

Generic

TV series: 1976-1979.

Wylie Burp, dog in (An American Tail: Fievel Goes West)

Wylie Burp


The wild west sheriff in the animated movie An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, about a family of mice who decide to move out west unaware they are falling into a trap perpetrated by a smooth talking cat; produced by Steven Spielberg with Wylie voiced by Jimmy Stewart.

Bloodhound

Movie: 1991.

Yakult, dog in (Suburgatory)

Yakult


Dallas' dog in the TV series Suburgatory, about a single father and his daughter who have moved from Manhattan to the suburbs.

Cairn Terrier,

possibly

TV series: 2011-present.

Yankee Poodle, dog in (Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew!)

Yankee Poodle


Rova Barkitt, also of Follywood, in the DC Comics comic book Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew!, about a team of funny animal superheroes called the Zoo Crew.

Comics: 1982-1983, 2005.

Yellow, dog in (Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog)

Yellow


Angus' dog in the movie Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog, about a boy and his dog who become stranded when turbulent waters capsize their boat; starring Jesse Bradford.

Golden Labrador

Movie: 1994.

Yippee, Yappee, Yahooey, dog in (Yippee, Yappee and Yahooey)

Yippee, Yappee, Yahooey


The king's royal dogs in the animated TV series Yippee, Yappee and Yahooey, about 3 dogs that must always protect, serve and obey the King; a Hanna-Barbera cartoon.

Generic

TV series: 1964.

Yodel, dog in (Snow Dogs)

Yodel


(See also Demon, Diesel, Duchess, Mac, Nana, Scooper, and Sniff)

One of the dogs in the movie Snow Dogs, about a dentist who inherits a team of sled dogs and has to learn the sled-trade or lose his pack to a crusty mountain man.

Siberian Husky

Movie: 2002.

Yomp Yomp, dog in (Yogi Bear)

Yomp Yomp


The sheriff's dog in the animated TV series Yogi Bear, about a amusing bear and his antics in Jellystone Park; by Hanna Barbera.

Generic

TV series appearance: 1959.

Yukk!, dog in (Mighty Man)

Yukk!


Mighty Man's faithful sidekick in the animated TV series Mighty Man, about a millionaire and his ugly dog who fight crime by becoming very small.

Generic

TV series: 1979-1980.

Yukon King, dog in (Challenge of The Yukon)

Yukon King


(Also known as King)

Sergeant Preston's sled-dog in the radio and in the TV series Challenge of The Yukon, aka Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, about the Mountie and his dog as they fought evildoers in the Northern wilderness during the Gold Rush of the 1890s.

(More about Yukon King)

Alaskan Malamute

Radio: 1938-1954.

TV show: 1955-1958.

Zeltim Odie Peterson, dog in (talking dog)

Zeltim Odie Peterson


The talking dog that appeared on Late Show with David Letterman.

Pug

Dog: 1997-2008.

TV appearance: 2005.

Zero, dog in (Little Annie Rooney)

Zero


Annie's dog in the comic strip Little Annie Rooney, about a young orphaned girl who traveled about with her dog in the 1920s; originated by King Features Syndicate.

Generic

Comic strip: 1927-1966.

Zero, dog in (The Nightmare Before Christmas)

Zero


Ghost dog in the animated movie The Nightmare Before Christmas; the classic Christmas story as interpreted by Tim Burton.

Ghost dog

Movie: 1993.

Zeus, dog in (The Dog Who Saved Christmas)

Zeus


An adopted family pet in the movie The Dog Who Saved Christmas, about a dog who can't bark but manages to save the family Christmas from burglars.

Labrador Retriever

Movie: 2009.

Zeus, dog in (Zeus and Roxanne)

Zeus


Terry's dog in the movie Zeus and Roxanne, about the friendship between a dog and a dolphin and a marine biologist and the dog's owner; starring Steve Guttenberg and Kathleen Quinlan.

Portuguese Podengo

Movie: 1997.

Zip, dog in (Last of the Dogmen)

Zip


Lewis' faithful companion in the movie Last of the Dogmen, about a skillful bounty hunter and his dog pursuing three armed escaped convicts into Montana's Oxbow Quadrangle; starring Tom Berenger.

Australian Cattle Dog

Movie: 1995.

Zochor, dog in (The Cave of the Yellow Dog)

Zochor


(Translated as Spot)

The dog Nansal found in the Mongolian/German movie The Cave of the Yellow Dog, about a little dog who saves the life of a boy whose familyr and mother finally see his good soul.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2005.

Zoltan, dog in (Zoltan Hound of Dracula)

Zoltan


A vampire dog in the movie Zoltan Hound of Dracula; starring José Ferrer.

Doberman Pinscher

Movie: 1978.

Zorba, dog in (heaviest dog)

Zorba


(Aicama Zorba of La-Susa)

Recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the heaviest dog in the world at over 343 lbs (155 kg).

English Mastiff

Dog: 1981-1989.


The number of dogs in this listing is 935


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