Famous Dogs

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Famous Dogs

Many of our favorite movies and television shows have lovable dogs that we all know and remember. Here are some of our Favorite Famous Dogs, Feel free to add any of your favorites as well.

The Wizard of OZ Dog

Toto was Dorothy’s little dog that ended up arriving with her in Oz by way of the flying house. He then accompanied her, the scarecrow, the tin man and the cowardly lion all the way to the Emerald City.

He was courageous and tried to help defend her from the wicked witch of the west. He even helped her find the wizard behind the curtain and finally when the time was right, he accompanied her back home to Kansas.

 

Scooby-Doo Dog

Who can forget that crime-solving detective Scooby-Doo? He is Shaggy’s best pal and always manages to accidentally find his way to the villain, and just happen to capture him.

He is often found with the mystery machine team. He loves his scooby snacks. You will often find him saying one of his favorite catchphrases such as “ruh-roh, Raggy”

 

Santa’s Little Helper

The Simpson family found Santa’s Little helper when his previous owner chased him away after losing a race on a dog track. The Simpsons took him home on what would have been a bleak Christmas eve with few presents. Once Santa’s Little Helper arrived at the Simpson home he was cherished and loved and was never abandoned again.

 

Air Bud Dog

Josh finds Buddy after he escapes from his owner. From that time Josh and Buddy are the best of friends and cannot be separated from that time forward.

Josh joins the basketball team and Buddy becomes their mascot. Josh learns of Buddy’s talent of being able to score baskets and he becomes a half time act.

However, in the championship game, the team is losing and they decide to let Buddy play and they win the championship.

 

Snoopy Dog

The Peanuts character Snoopy is a beloved character of many’s childhoods. He can still be found in the Peanut’s comic strips. Snoopy was actually slightly patterned after Charles Schultz’s childhood dog.

When Snoopy was first introduced on October 4, 1950, and he went 2 years without even talking. It was then that his patented thought bubble was introduced. Snoopy maintains the secret alias of Joe Cool. Snoopy is well known for always being on top of his dog house.

 

Bolt Dog

The cartoon character Bolt is a little white dog that has spent his entire life on the set of a tv series. On the televisions series, his mission is to protect Penny from the evil Doctor Calico.

Isolated on set his entire life, he actually believes that he possesses superpowers. However, once he tries to use these superpowers in real life, it does not go as he anticipated.

 

Lassie Dog

The dog Lassie began as a 1938 Saturday Evening Post short story written by Eric Knight that eventually turned into many film and radio appearances. Lassie quickly became a favorite and ended up being on a tv show for 20 years, becoming one of the great shows on television. It showed all of Lassie’s great adventures. In 1960 Lassie was even awarded its star on the walk of fame.