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(To start with) All Dogs that were Famous since 2010, Sorted by Dog Name

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Context or Title

Breed — Years

Akamaru, dog of 'Naruto'

Akamaru

Kiba Inuzuka's ninja dog in the Japanese comic (manga) and animated TV series (anime) Naruto; about an adolescent ninja whose team seeks out various antiheros; created by Masashi Kishimoto; created by by Hiromu Arakawa.

Unknown

Comic: 1997-2014; TV series: 2002-2007.

Alexander, dog of '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.

Andy, dog of '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; created by Ed Dodd.

St. Bernard

Comic strip: 1946- now.

Arnold, dog of 'Entourage'

Arnold

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

Rottweiler

TV series: 2004-2011.

Arthur, dog of '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.

Audrey, dog of 'Neighbours'

Audrey

The Kennedy's dog in the TV series (Australian) Neighbours; about people who live and work in Erinsborough, a fictional suburb of Melbourne.

Cairn Terrier

TV series: 1985-2012.

Axel, dog of 'Fusco Brothers'

Axel

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

Generic

Comic strip: 1989- now.

Böwser vön Überdog, dog of 'The Ongoing Adventures of Rocket Llama'

Böwser vön Überdog

A villain in the web comic strip The Ongoing Adventures of Rocket Llama; about "a high-flying llama, a sword-swinging cat, and a rocket as loyal as a cowboy hero's horse".

(Also in the comic is Jetpack Dog and Camwyn Godfrey.

Bulldog

Comic strip: 2007- now.

Backup, dog of 'Veronica Mars'

Backup

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

Pit Bull

TV series: 2004-2007.

Movie: 2014.

Bailey, dog of '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, 2017.

Banner, dog of 'More Than Puppy Love'

Banner

The Barnett family dog in the movie for TV 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 of 'Family Circus'

Barfy

(Show 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- now.

Barney, dog of 'Blue Peter'

Barney

Blue Peter's dog in the TV series for children (British) 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- now.

Barney, dog of 'President George W. Bush'

Barney

(See also Millie)

Pet dog of President George W. Bush.

(More about Barney)

(Also pets of the president were English Springer Spaniels named Spot Fetcher and Ranger whose mother was Millie Barabra Bush's dog.)

Scottish Terrier

Dog: 2000-2013.

Baskerville the Hound, dog of 'The Muppet Show'

Baskerville the Hound

(See also Rowlf)

In the puppet TV series The Muppet Show; a puppet dog created by Jim Henson for advertisements for Purina Dog Chow.

(More about Baskerville.)

Generic

Ads: 1962.

The Muppet Show: 2015.

Bayard, dog of 'Alice in Wonderland'

Bayard

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

Bloodhound

Movie: 2010.

Bear, dog of '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: 2011-2016.

Beck, dog of 'Beck'

Beck

(Show movie image)

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

Generic

Comics: 1999-2008.

TV series: 2004-2005.

Movie: 2010.

Biff & Riley, dog of 'Biff & Riley'

Biff & Riley

Two canine brothers in the comic strip Biff & Riley; who are at opposite ends of the personality spectrum, one silly, the other serious; created by Jeff Payden.

Generic

Comic strip: 2010-2014.

Bill, dog of '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- now.

Bingo, dog of 'Cracker Jacks'

Bingo

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

Generic

Ads: 1918- now.

Binky Barnes, dog of '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- now.

Biscuit, dog of '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- now.

Bitsy, dog of '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- now.

Bitzer, dog of '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.

(Also in the series is dog Slip.)

Sheepdog

TV series: 2007- now.

Movie: 2015.

Black Hayate, dog of 'Fullmetal Alchemist'

Black Hayate

Riza Hawkeye's dog in the Japanese comic (manga) and animated TV series (anime) Fullmetal Alchemist; about the adventures of two alchemist brothers and set in a fictional universe where alchemy is an advanced scientific technique; created by Masashi Kishimoto.

Unknown

Comic: 2001-2010; TV series: 2002-2007.

Blu, dog of 'Monica's Gang'

Blu

{Bidu}

(See also Ditto)

Franklin's pet in the Brazilian comic book series Monica's Gang; about the adventures of Monica and her many friends; created by Mauricio de Sousa.

(Also in the comic are dogs Fluffy {Floquinho}, Duke {Duque}, and Rufus {Rúfius}.)

Generic

Comic books: 1959-now.

Bo, dog of 'President Barack Obama's'

Bo

(Show alternate image.)

Pet dog of President Barack Obama's family.

(Companion pet dog Sunny joined family August, 2013)

Portuguese Water Dog

Dog: 2009-.

Bobje, dog of 'Berts Bobje'

Bobje

Bert's dog in the Belgian comic strip Berts Bobje which appeared exclusively in the French magazine HUMO; about an anthropomorphic dog with a human face often seen doing things only humans can; created by Kamagurka.

Generic

Comic strip: 1991- now.

Bolivar, dog of 'Donald Duck'

Bolivar

(Show comic strip image)

In the animated movies and comic strip Donald Duck; by Walt Disney.

(More about Bolivar)

St. Bernard

Movies: 1938- now.

Comic books: 1938- now.

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NameContext Breed – Years
Bonny, dog of '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.

Boomer, dog of '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.

(Also in the comic are dogs Hudson, Droolia, Gus, Beaumont and Poo Poo.)

Generic

Comic strip: 2000- now.

Bosco, dog of 'The Voices'

Bosco

One of Jerry's pets in the movie The Voices; about a cheerful guy who hallucinates that his cat prods him to be a serial killer while his dog insists that he be good.

Mastiff, English

Movie: 2014.

Bowser, dog of 'Moose & Molly'

Bowser

The Miller's pets in the comic strip Moose & Molly; about the daily life of a loafer and his wife; created by Bob Weber.

(Also in the comic is dog Butch.)

Generic

Comic strip: 1965- now.

Bradley, dog of 'On a Claire Day'

Bradley

(Show family image)

Claire Bennett's pet in the comic strip On a Claire Day; about an insecure and naive young woman who has left her parents' home to live on her own; created by Henry Beckett and Carla Ventresca.

Generic

Comic strip: 2006-2014.

Brian, dog of 'Family Guy'

Brian

(See also Vinny)
(Show family image)

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- now.

Buckles, dog of '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- now.

Buddy, dog of 'A Dog's Purpose'

Buddy

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

The narrator of the story in the book and the movie 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.)

Labrador Retriever

Book: 2010.

Movie: 2017.

Bugsy, dog of 'The Babadock'

Bugsy

Amelia's dog in the movie The Babadock; A mother, plagued by the violent death of her husband, confronts her son's fear of a monster lurking in the house; an Australian-Canadian horror story.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2014.

Bullet, dog of '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- now.

TV series: 1963.

Bullseye, dog of 'Oliver Twist'

Bullseye

(Show early book illustration image)

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- now.

Many television films: 1982- now.

Bumper, dog of 'The Middletons'

Bumper

The family dog in the comic strip The Middletons; about a white suburban American family and their neighbors; create by Ralph Dunagin and Dana Summers.

(Also in the strip is dog Rusty.)

Bulldog

Comic strip: 1989- now.

Buster, dog of 'Toy Story'

Buster

(See also Scud)

Andy's pet Dachshund in the animated movie Toy Story and the sequels, about children's toys having an adventure.

Dachshund

Movie: 1995, 1999, 2010.

Butch, dog of '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- now.

TV series: 2001- now.

Cagney, dog of 'Zack Hill'

Cagney

Zack's pet in the comic strip Zack Hill; about a young boy who lives with his widowed mother in a boardinghouse; created by John Deering and John Newcombe.

Boston Terrier

Comic strip: 2003- now.

Canine, dog of '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; premiered on Nick at Nite.

Generic

TV series: 2009-2011.

Charlie, the Ranch Dog, dog of '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 of '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.

Chet, dog of 'Woof'

Chet

(Has one white ear and one black ear)

Bernie's partner and narrator in the book series, including Woof; 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: 2009-2015.

Chilly, dog of 'Chilly CHristmas'

Chilly

The family dog in the movie for TV 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.

Cinnamon, dog of 'The Big Bang Theory'

Cinnamon

Raj's dog in the TV series The Big Bang Theory; about four geeks and a girl in humorous situations.

Yorkshire Terrier

TV series: 2007- now.

Clive, dog of 'My Own Genie'

Clive

Lula's pet in the British comic strip My Own Genie in the British comic The Dandy; about a schoolgirl named Lula who gets her own Genie; by artist Jamie Smart

Generic

Comic strip: 2005- now.

Cobb, dog of 'Deflocked'

Cobb

(See also Ruppert, his brother)

The elder dog brother in the comic strip Deflocked; about the relationship of a wayward sheep with two dogs and their adopted young boy; written by Jeff Corriveau.

Generic

Comic strip:2006- now.

Cooper, dog of '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.

Cosmo, the Spacedog, dog of 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

Cosmo, the Spacedog

A character appearing in American comic books and animated TV series Guardians of the Galaxy; about a telepathic Soviet dog who is the security chief of the space station Knowhere and a member of the Guardians.

Golden Retriever

- Labrador Retriever hybrid

Comics: 2008-2010.

Daisy, dog of 'Blondie'

Daisy

(Show movie image.)

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

Generic

Comic strip: 1930- now.

Movies: 1938-1950.

Daisy, dog of 'John Wick'

Daisy

John Wick's puppy in the movie John Wick, about an ex-hitman who comes out of retirement to serve retribution on a Russian crime syndicate; starring Keanu Reeves and dog Andy as the puppy.

Beagle

Movie: 2014.

Dante, dog of 'Coco'

Dante

Miguel's companion in the animated movie Coco; about a young boy who sets out on a journey to discover a dark family secret; released by Disney Pictures.

Generic

Movie: 2017.

Dash, dog of 'Young Victoria'

Dash

(Show TV series image.)

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

King Charles Spaniel

Movie: 2009.

TV series: 2016.

Dawg, dog of 'Hi and Lois'

Dawg

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

Generic

Comic strip: 1954- now.

Devil, dog of 'The Phantom'

Devil

(Show movie image.)

The Phantom's dog in the comic strip and 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- now.

Movie serial: 1943.

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NameContext Breed – Years
Dinah, dog of 'Mickey Mouse'

Dinah

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

Dachshund

Movie: 1942- now.

Disreputable Dog, dog of 'Old Kingdom: A Trilogy'

Disreputable Dog

A character in the Australian fantasy book Old Kingdom: A Trilogy; the dog appears in the first two books of the Trilogy, Sabriel, Lirael; written by Garth Nix.

Various

Book: 1995, 2001.

Ditto, dog of 'Monica's Gang'

Ditto

{Monicão}

(See also Blu)

Monica's pet in the Brazialian comic strip Monica's Gang; about the adventures of Monica and her many friends; created by Mauricio di Sousa.

(Also in the comic are dogs Fluffy {Floquinho}, Duke {Duque}, and Rufus {Rúfius}.)

Generic

Comic strip: 1959- now.

DJ Dog, dog of '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: 2003-2010.

Doc, dog of 'Grey's Anatomy'

Doc

Canine companion in the TV series Grey's Anatomy; about the lives of surgical interns and residents as they gradually evolve into seasoned doctors.

Mixed breed

TV series: 2005- now.

Dog, dog of '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 of '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- now.

Dogmatix, dog of 'Asterix'

Dogmatix

(Show alternate image.)

Obelix's dog in the French comic books Asterix; about the exploits of a village of ancient Gauls as they resist Roman occupation; created by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo.

(More about Dogmatix.)

Generic

Comics: 1959-2010.

Dogpool, dog of 'Deadpool Corps'

Dogpool

Obelix's dog in the comic books Deadpool Corps; about the exploits of a village in ancient Gaul; published by Marvel Comics.

Mutt

Comic books: 2010- now.

Dogs of C-Kennel, dog of 'Dogs of C-Kennel'

Dogs of C-Kennel

(Including Iggy, Kenny, Oliver, Tucker, and Willy)

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

Chihuahua

Husky, Great Dane, Schnauzer, and Pit Bull

Comic strip: 2007- now.

Doki, dog of 'Doki'

Doki

A curious dog in the Canadian children's animated TV series Doki; about animal friends who are members of the Worldwide Expedition Club; produced by Portfolio Entertainment

Generic

Animated TV series: 2013- now.

Dolce, dog of '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.

Dorothy, dog of '5 Flights Up'

Dorothy

The Carver's dog in the movie 5 Flights Up; about an older couple who tangle with the notion of moving to a new apartment; starring Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2014.

Doug, dog of '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.

Dudley, dog of '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: 2010-2015.

Duke, dog of 'Bush's Baked Beans'

Duke

(Also known as Paddington)

In advertisements for Bush's Baked Beans.

Golden Retriever

Ads: 1995-2012.

Duke, dog of 'Barnyard'

Duke

The sheep's watchdog in the animated movie Barnyard; about farm animals on their own while the humans are off. The animated TV spinoff was called Back at the Barnyard.

(Also in the film is dog Everett.)

Sheepdog

Movie: 2006.

TV series:2007-2011.

Duke, dog of 'The Secret Lives of Pets'

Duke

(Show Max's image)

Max's cohort in the animated movie The Secret Lives of Pets; about a dog whose leisure life is turned upside down when his owner brings home an unkempt mongrel. (Also in the film are dogs Mel, Buddy, and Gidget.)

Mixed breed

Movie: 2016.

Earl, dog of '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- now.

Edgar, dog of 'For Better or Worse'

Edgar

(See also Farley)

The second family dog in the comic strip For Better or Worse; about a regular Canadian family; created by Lynn Johnston. Since 2008, the strip continues as reruns. Edgar appears in 1995 after first dog Farley died.

English Sheepdog

Comic strip: 1979- now.

Dog: 1995.

Electra, dog of '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.

Elway, dog of 'The Smurfs'

Elway

The Winslow dog in the movie The Smurfs; about tiny blue Smurfs who are chased from their village by the evil wizard Gargamel and end up in New York City; starring Hank Azaria, et. al.

Basset Hound

Movie: 2011.

Engels, dog of 'Hail, Caesar!'

Engels

Gurney's dog in the movie Hail, Caesar!; a fictional take on the real-life fixer, Eddie Mannix who works in the Hollywood movie industry in the 1950s; starring among others George Clooney.

Maltese

(perhaps)

Movie: 2016.

Faith, dog of 'two legs'

Faith

The dog with only two legs. She was born with three, but one had to be amputated. She received much publicity including a book detailing her story entitled With a Little Faith.

Mixed breed

Dog: 2002-2014.

Fang, dog of '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 of '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.

Farley, dog of 'For Better or Worse'

Farley

(See also Edgar)

The first family dog in the comic strip For Better or Worse; about a regular Canadian family; created by Lynn Johnston. Since 2008, the strip continues as reruns. Edgar appears in 1995 after first dog Farley died.

English Sheepdog

Comic strip: 1979-1995.

Dog: 1979.

Fay Ray, dog of '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 film King Kong.

Weimaraner

Dog: 1985-1995.

Photo:2011.

Fern Walters, dog of '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: 1996- now.

Fifi, dog of 'Jommeke'

Fifi

(See also Pekkie)

The huge dog of the Countess Elodie from Stiepelteen in the Flemish comic strip Jommeke; about the adventures of a young boy, Jommeke, who lives with his parents.

Large white dog

Comic strip: 1955- now.

Fluffa, dog of 'Summerton Mill'

Fluffa

Dan's companion in the British animated TV series for children Summerton Mill; 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- now.

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Fred Bassett, dog of '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- now.

Freeway, dog of '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.

Fuzz, dog of '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- now.

Gary, dog of 'Carrie Fisher'

Gary

Comforting companion of actor Carrie Fisher who is best known as Leia in the movie Star wars and its sequels.

French Bulldog

Dog: 2012-2017.

Gaspard and Lisa, dog of 'Gaspard and Lisa'

Gaspard and Lisa

Two canine friends in the children's book series Gaspard and Lisa; about two dogs, Gaspard (the black dog with a blue scarf) and Lisa (the white dog with a red scarf) who go on various adventures; created by wife and husband Anne Gutman and Georg Hallensbelen.

Generic

Books: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2012.

Gnasher, dog of 'Dennis the Menace and Gnasher'

Gnasher

(See also Gnipper)

Dennis' dog in the British comic strip Dennis the Menace and Gnasher; about a boy and his dog who cause problems for everyone; originally appearing in the British comic book The Beano; published by D. C. Thomson & Co.

(More about Gnasher and Gnipper)

Abyssinian wire-haired tripe hound

Comic strip appearance: 1968-now.

Gnipper, dog of 'Gnasher and Gnipper'

Gnipper

(See also Gnasher)

Gnasher's son in the British comic strip Gnasher and Gnipper; about a boy and his dog who cause problems for everyone; appearing in the British comic book The Beano published by D. C. Thomson & Co.

(More about Gnasher and Gnipper)

Abyssinian wire-haired tripe hound

Comic strip appearance: 1986-now.

Goosers, dog of '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.

(Also in the series are dogs Jack, Von Ripper, Yawp and Zippy.)

Labrador Retriever

TV series: 2010.

Grimm, dog of '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- now.

Gus, dog of '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.

Hacker T. Dog, dog of 'CBBC'

Hacker T. Dog

One of the presenters in the TV series (British children's) on CBBC, normally portrayed as being in the CBBC Office with his best friend Iain Stirling

(More about Hacker T. Dog.)

Border Terrier

(Actually a puppet)

TV series: 2009-now.

Hagen, dog of 'White God'

Hagen

Lili's dog in the movie (Hungarian) White God; about a mongrel who organizes a pack of 250 half-breed followers to rise up against human.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2014.

Hank, dog of 'Milwaukee Brewers'

Hank

Unofficial mascot of the Milwaukee Brewers major league baseball team beginning in 2014.

(More about Hank.)

Mixed-breed

(perhaps part Bichon Frise)

Dog: 2014- now.

Happy Walter Higginbottom, dog of '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.

Howard Huge, dog of 'Howard Huge'

Howard Huge

A family dog in the comic strip Howard Huge; about a dog who, by his very size, gets in the way of his family... and sometimes himself; created by Bill Hoerst and now written by Bunny Hoerst

(Image reprinted courtesy of Bunny Hoest.)

St. Bernard

Comic strip: 1981- now.

Howie, dog of '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 of '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- now.

Isis, dog of 'Downton Abbey'

Isis

(Show image of Tiaa)

In the TV series (British) Downton Abbey; which depicts the lives of an aristocratic family and their servants in a well-appointed country estate during the post-Edwardian era.

(Also before Isis was dog Pharoh, and after was dog Tiaa.)

Labrador Retriever

TV series: 2010-2016.

Jack, dog of 'The Artist'

Jack

(played by 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.

Jake, dog of '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- now.

Jake, dog of 'Puppy Love'

Jake

(also called Prince)

Ben's dog in the movie for TV 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.

Jason, dog of 'Hush Puppies'

Jason

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

Basset Hound

Ads: since 1985- now.

Dog: 1979-1990.

Jasper, dog of '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.

Jennie, dog of 'Higglety Pigglety Pop!'

Jennie

(Show 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.

Jim, dog of 'Mike and Molly'

Jim

Peggy's dog in the TV series (sit-com) Mike and Molly; about a couple meet at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting.

Brussels Griffon

mix

TV series: 2010-2016.

Jock, dog of '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- now.

Jock of the Bushveld, dog of 'Jock of the Bushveld'

Jock of the Bushveld

(Show 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 the movie Jock: A True Tale of Friendship and still later a 3D movie.

Pit Bull

Book: 1907.

Movie: 1992, 2011.

Kewpie, dog of '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- now.

Koko, dog of 'The Other Coast'

Koko

(See also Sakura)
(Show alternate image)

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

Border Collie

Comic strip: 2001- now.

Krypto, dog of 'Superman'

Krypto

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

(More about Krypto)

Great Dane

Comics: 1955- now.

Kyle, dog of '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.

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Ladybird, dog of '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.

Little Dog, dog of '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: 2007-2016.

Lockjaw, dog of '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- now.

Louie, dog of '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- now.

Lucky, dog of 'Hawkeye'

Lucky

Barton's dog in the comic book series Hawkeye; about a superhero archer in many adventures with the Avengers.

Generic

Comic strip: 1964- now.

Lucky, dog of '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.

Luiz, dog of 'Rio'

Luiz

The dog that releases Blu and Jewel from chains in the animated movie Rio; about 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 of '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.

Mabel, dog of 'Naughty Mabel'

Mabel

The Hampton's dog in the children's book Naughty Mabel; about a pampered pup who takes center stage at her parent's party; by actor Nathan Lane and partner Devlin Elliott.

Bulldog, French

Book: 2015.

Marmaduke, dog of 'Marmaduke'

Marmaduke

(Show 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, Thunder, Lightning, and Raisin.)

Great Dane

Comic strip: 1954- now.

Movie: 2010.

Martha, dog of '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- now.

Martin, dog of 'Downward Dog'

Martin

Nan's dog in the TV series Downward Dog; about a recently unattached working woman who finds companionship with a philosophizing dog; starring Allison Tolman.

Mixed breed

TV series: 2017.

Max, dog of 'Lola'

Max

Lola's pet in the comic strip Lola; about a widow who, having moved in with her son and his family, reveals her independence and love of life; created by Todd Clark.

Generic

Comic strip: 2000- now.

Max, dog of 'Max'

Max

Kyle's dog in the movie Max; about a dog whose handler, a U.S. Marine in Afghanistan, is killed, and who then is adopted by the soldier's family.

Belgian Sheepdog

(also called a Malinois)

Movie: 2015.

Max, dog of 'Max'

Max

A military service dog returning from service in Afghanistan in the movie Max; about a dog traumatized by his handler's death and adopted by the Marine's family.

Belgian Shepherd

Movie: 2015.

Max, dog of 'The Secret Life of Pets'

Max

(Show Duke's image)

Katie's dog in the animated movie The Secret Life of Pets; about a dog whose leisure life is turned upside down when his owner brings home an unkempt mongrel called Duke.

(Also in the film are dogs Mel, Buddy, and Gidget.)

Jack Russell Terrier

Animated movie: 2016.

McKinley, dog of 'The Good Dog'

McKinley

The canine narrator in the book The Good Dog; about a town's dogs as they face the call of the pack; written by Edward Irving Wortis.

(Also in the story are dogs Duchess and Redburn.)

Malamute

Book: 2001.

Minus, dog of '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- now.

Mo, dog of 'Mo: The Talking Dog'

Mo

Martin's adopted dog in the book Mo: The Talking Dog; about a dog who has a voice box transplant and learns to talk; written by Michelle Booth.

Mixed breed

Book: 2013.

Mo, dog of 'Undateable'

Mo

Candice's dog in the TV series (sit-com) Undateable; about a 30-ish carefree single guy who is unable or unwilling to form a lasting commitment with a woman.

Mixed breed

TV series: 2014-2016.

Mortimer, dog of 'Jump Start'

Mortimer

The Cobb family dog in the comic strip Jump Start; about an average middle class couple, busy with work and raising a family revealing the humor of daily life; created by Robb Armstrong.

Mixed breed

Comic strip: 1989- now.

Mr. Peabody, dog of 'The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show'

Mr. Peabody

(Show movie image.)

A intelligent and clever dog in the animated TV series The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show; about the time-travelling adventures of an advanced canine and his adopted son; produced by Jay Ward Productions. Also in the animated movie Mr. Peabody and Sherman.

Generic

TV series: 1959-1964.

Movie: 2014.

Mr. Peanutbutter, dog of 'BoJack Horseman'

Mr. Peanutbutter

BoJack's former sitcom rival and Diane's boyfriend in the animated TV series BoJack Horseman; about the star of a once hit television now washed up living in Hollywood and complaining about everything.

Labrador Retriever

TV series: 2014- now.

Nabuko Donosor, dog of 'Urbanus'

Nabuko Donosor

Urbanus' dog in the Flemish comic strip Urbanus; loosely based on Flemish comedian and singer Urbanus who portrayed as an eleven to twelve-year old version of himself despite his full-grown beard.

Alien dog

but treated like a regular dog

Comic strip: 1982- now.

Nero, dog of 'F.C. De Kampioenen'

Nero

Carmen's pet in the humorousTV series Flemish TV series F.C. De Kampioenen; about a fictional football (soccer) team who regularly visit the club canteen before or after training or a match.

Yorkshire Terrier

TV series: 1990-2011.

Newshounds, dog of 'Newshounds'

Newshounds

(Including Kevin, Rochelle, Sam, Renata, and Wolfram)

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

Cocker Spaniel, Collie, Black Labrador, Noregian Elkhound, Malmute

Comic strip: 1997- now.

Odie, dog of 'Garfield'

Odie

(Show movie image)

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

Generic

Comic strip: 1978- now.

Movie: 2004.

Otto, dog of '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- now.

Ozzie, dog of '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.

Pal, dog of '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- now.

Paw Patrol, dog of 'Paw Patrol'

Paw Patrol

(including Marshall, Chase, Rocky, Zuma, Rubble, Skye, and Everest)

A children's animated TV series Paw Patrol; about 7 pups each with a unique personality and skills and a tech-savvy boy working together on rescue missions to protect their city.

Various

TV series: 2003-now.

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Pazuzu, dog of 'Neighbors form Hell'

Pazuzu

The family dog in the satirical animated TV series Neighbors form Hell; about a family of demons who move to Texas from Hell to destroy a drill that can dig to the Earth's core.

Generic

TV series: 2010.

Pekkie, dog of 'Jommeke'

Pekkie

(See also Fifi)

Jommeke's friend's black dog in the Flemish comic strip Jommeke; about a young boy who lives with his parents and loves adventure; created by Jef Nys.

Poodle

Comic strip: 1955- now.

Pijo, dog of 'Doggie B'

Pijo

A dancing dog in the movie Doggie B; about woman whose dog who helps his owner and her dog-dancing uncle fulfill their dreams.

Bichon

Movie: 2011.

Pilot, dog of 'Jane Eyre'

Pilot

Mr. Rochester's dog in the TV series (British) 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.

Landseer Newfoundland

(Irish Wolfhound in some portrayals)

Book: 1847.

TV series: 2006.

Movies: 1914-2011.

Plugger, dog of 'A Millions Ways to Die in the West'

Plugger

Anna's companion in the movie A Millions Ways to Die in the West; a rambling comedy in the American West; starring Charlize Theron, Seth MacFarlane, and other name actors.

Border Collie

mix

Movie: 2014.

Pluto, dog of '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- now.

TV series: 1999- now.

Polgas, dog of '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 of '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 Hudson, Droolia, Gus, Beaumont and Poo Poo.)

Generic

Comic strip: 2000- now.

Pooch, dog of '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- now.

Poochie, dog of 'Nancy'

Poochie

Nancy's dog in the comic strip Nancy; about a typical and somewhat mischievous eight-year-old girl and her friends; created by Ernie Bushmiller.

Generic

Comic strip: 1933-now.

Puddles, dog of '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- now.

Pudsey, dog of '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.

Rainy, dog of 'Cool Dog'

Rainy

Jimmy's pet in the movie Cool Dog; about a dog who is left behind when a family moves, then finds his way home in New York City.

German Shepherd

Movie: 2010.

Red Dog, dog of 'Red Dog'

Red Dog

(Originally named Tally Ho)

The dog who unites the people of Dampier, Western Australia, 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.

Reggie, dog of '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.

Rocco, dog of 'The Drop'

Rocco

Bob's adopted dog in the movie The Drop; about a bartender who finds himself at the center of a robbery gone awry; starring Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace.

Pit Bull

puppy

Movie: 2014.

Rocket, dog of '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- now.

Rocket, dog of '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- now.

Rocket, dog of '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.

Rocky, dog of 'Rocky'

Rocky

In the Swedish 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- now.

Roly, dog of 'EastEnders'

Roly

(See also Terence, Wellard, and Willy)

Sharon's dog in the TV series (British) EastEnders; about the people of a fictional Victorian square in a fictional London Borough.

(More about Roly)

Poodle

TV series: 1985- now.

Roscoe, dog of 'Pickles'

Roscoe

Earl and Opal's dog in the comic strip Pickles; about a retired couple in their seventies; created by Brian Crane.

Generic

Comic strip: 1990- now.

Rover, dog of '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- now.

Rover Red Charlie, dog of 'Rover Red Charlie'

Rover Red Charlie

The survivors in the book series Rover Red Charlie; about three canine companions against the backdrop of Armageddon; by Garth Ennis.

Bassethound, Irish Setter, Border Collie

Book: 2014.

Rowlf the dog, dog of 'The Muppet Show'

Rowlf the dog

(See also Muppy and Baskerville)

In several animated movies and the puppet TV series The Muppet Show; a puppet dog originally created by Jim Henson for advertisements for Purina Dog Chow. Also on The Jimmy Dean Show and Sesame Street.

(More about Rowlf)

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

Generic

Ads: 1962.

Movies: 1979, 2011.

The Jimmy Dean Show: 1963-1966.

TV series: 1969-now, 2015.

Ruff Ruffman, dog of '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 of '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- now.

Ruffy, dog of 'Timmy Time'

Ruffy

A energetic puppy in the British Children's animated TV series Timmy Time; about a boy and his friends who have to learn to share, make friends and accept their mistakes; a spin-off from the Shaun the Sheep; created by Aardman Animations.

Generic

Animateed series: 2009-2012.

Ruppert, dog of 'Deflocked'

Ruppert

(See also Cobb, his brother)

The younger dog brother in the comic strip Deflocked; about the relationship of a wayward sheep with two dogs and their adopted young boy; written by Jeff Corriveau.

Generic

Comic strip: 2006- now.

Sadie, dog of 'The Conjuring'

Sadie

The Perron family dog in the movie The Conjuring; about a family who move into a haunted house.

Border Collie

Movie: 2013.

Saffie, dog of 'Boes'

Saffie

(See also Sammy in Ox Tales)

Ollie's dog in the Dutch comic strip and comic books Boes; about an anthropomorphic ox who works as a farmer; later becoming an animated TV series Ox Tales

Generic hound

Comic strip: 1980-2011.

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Sakura, dog of '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- now.

Sam, dog of '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- now.

Sam, dog of 'Sam & Max'

Sam

Of Sam & Max the Freelance Police

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- now.

TV series: 1997-1998.

Video games: 1993-2010.

Sammy, dog of 'Ox Tales'

Sammy

(See also Saffie in Boes)

Ollie's most loyal pet in the Dutch animated TV series Ox Tales; about an anthropomorphic ox who works as a farmer; based upon the comic strip and comic books Boes

Generic hound

Animated TV series: 1987-1988.

Dubbed release: 1989, 2010.

Sandy, dog of 'Little Orphan Annie'

Sandy

(Show 1982 movie image.)

Annie's dog in comics Little Orphan Annie on radio, in the Broadway musical Annie, and in the movies (1982, 1999 and 2014); created by Harold Gray.

Airedale

mix

Radio: 1925-1942.

Comics: 1925- now.

Broadway stage: 1977-1983.

Movies: 1982, 1999, 2014.

Santa's Little Helper, dog of '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- now.

Sapphie, dog of 'Jewelpet'

Sapphie

Aoi's pet in the Japanese animated TV series and comic strip Jewelpet; about the magical world of Jewel Land where three magicians turned the Jewelpets into Jewel Charms.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Comics: 2009.

Animated TV series:2009-2013.

Satchel, dog of '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- now.

Scoot, dog of 'Scoot & Kassie's Christmas Adventure'

Scoot

Kassie's dog in the movie for TV 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 of 'Finley the Fire Engine'

Scout

The firehouse dog in the children's books and the animated TV series for children (British) about Finley the Fire Engine; produced by Balley Beg animation studios.

Generic

TV series: 2006- now.

Scrappy-Doo, dog of 'Scooby-Doo'

Scrappy-Doo

(Show 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.

Scruff, dog of '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.

Shagg E. Dawg, dog of '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- now.

Shelby, dog of '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.

Skeletor, dog of '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.

Skits, dog of '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- now.

Slugger, dog of 'A Dog Named Slugger'

Slugger

Leigh's service dog in the book A Dog Named Slugger; a true story about a young woman who finds confidence and happiness with a Labrador retriever by her side; written by Leigh Brill.

Labrador Retriever

Book: 2010.

Smirnov, dog of 'Blacksad'

Smirnov

Police commissioner and friend of Blacksad in the comic series Blacksad; a black cat investigator solving crimes in an anthropomorphic world; created by Juan Diaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido.

German Shepherd

Comic series: 2000- now.

Snert, dog of '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- now.

Snoopy, dog of '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- now.

TV specials: 1965-2011.

Movies: 1969, 1972, 1977, 1980.

Snowy, dog of 'The Adventures of Tintin'

Snowy

(Show comic book image.)

Tintin's dog in the Belgian comic book, the animated TV series, and the 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.

Wire Fox Terrier

Comic books: 1929-1976.

TV series: 1959-1963,1991-1992.

Movie: 2011.

Sonny, dog of '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 of '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 of '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- now.

Sparky, dog of 'Frankenweenie'

Sparky

(Show 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 2012 was a remake of the earlier movie both directed by Tim Burton.

Bull Terrier

Movie: 1984, 2012.

Sparky, dog of '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- now.

Sparky, dog of 'The Fairly OddParents'

Sparky

Timmy's talking fairy dog in the animated TV series The Fairly OddParents; about the everyday adventures of Timmy Turner, a boy who is granted two fairy godparents; created by Butch Hartman.

Generic

Animated TV series: 2001- now.

Spencer, dog of 'Best in Show'

Spencer

A wily dog in the comic strip Best in Show; about a dog with a mind of his own; create by Phil Juliano.

Labrador Retriever

Comic strip: 2004-now.

Spike, dog of 'Peanuts'

Spike

(See also Snoopy)

Snoopy's older brother in the comic strip Peanuts; by Charles Schulz.

(More about Spike)

Bulldog

Comic strip: 1950- now.

Spike, dog of 'Heathcliff'

Spike

(Show 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-now.

TV series: 1980-1982, 1984-1988.

Movie:1986.

Stan, dog of '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- now.

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Stella, dog of 'Stella is a Star'

Stella

A dog no one seems to like in the children's book Stella is a Star; about a dog who learns the lessons of self-acceptance, following her heart's desires and that it's okay just to be herself; written by Bernadette Peters and illustrated by Liz Murphy.

Pit Bull

Book: 2010, 2015.

Sweetie, dog of '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.

Taz, dog of 'Rabbit Hole'

Taz

Danny's dog that he chased after into the street, in the movie Rabbit Hole, about a married couple who struggle to deal wth the death of their young son; starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart.

Mixed breed

Movie: 2010.

Terence, dog of 'EastEnders'

Terence

(See also Roly, Wellard, and Willy)

Janine's dog in the TV series (British) EastEnders; about the people of a fictional Victorian square in a fictional London Borough.

Lhasa Apso

TV series: 1985- now.

Tige, dog of 'Buster Brown'

Tige

(See advertising image)

In advertising and 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. Adopted as mascot by Brown Shoe Company.

Pit Bull Terrier

Comic strip: 1901-1921.

Ads: 1904-now.

Radio: 1943-1954.

TV series: 1951-1953.

Titus, dog of 'Batman'

Titus

(See also Ace the Bat-hound)

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 Bat-hound.

Great Dane

Comics: 2012.

Tobias, dog of 'Spike and Suzy'

Tobias

Dog adopted by Suzy in the Belgian comic strip Spike and Suzy (Suske en Wiske in Flemish); about two children and their friends and family with elements of comedy, fantasy, and science fiction.

Generic

Comic strip: 1945- now.

Tobias, dog of 'Jommeke'

Tobias

Dog of the Baron van Piependale in the 257th Flemish comic book of Jommeke; about a clever young boy with a parrot who looks for and loves adventure.

Fictional breed

with long ears and large feet

Dog character: 2011.

Comic books: 1955- now.

Toby, dog of '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.

Tubby, dog of 'Take It From The Tinkersons'

Tubby

The family dog in the comic strip Take It From The Tinkersons; about a modern family facing the trials and troubles of daily life; created by Bill Bettwy.

Generic

Comic strip: 2013- now.

Turbodogs, dog of 'Turbo Dogs'

Turbodogs

(Including Clutch, Dash, GT, Mags, Stinkbert and Strut)

Six dogs friends in the animated TV series Turbo Dogs; about speedy canine friends who learn lessons in friendship, fair play, and teamwork.

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

Labrador Retriever

(Clutch), Beagle (Dash), Bulldog (GT), Cocker Spaniel (Mags), Terrier (Stinkbert), Dachshund (Strut)

TV series: 2008-2010.

Vincent, dog of '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 of '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.

Wally, dog of 'Drabble'

Wally

The family dog in the comic strip Drabble; created by Kevin Fagan.

Dachshund

Comic strip: 1979- now.

Wee Jock, dog of 'Hamish Macbeth'

Wee Jock

Macbeth's dog in the TV series (British) 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.

Wee Reg, dog of 'Fluffy Gardens'

Wee Reg

One of the characters in the children's animated TV series Fluffy Gardens in which each seven-minute episode tells the story of a different character.

(Also in the series is George the Mean Yellow Dog.)

Generic

TV series: 2007-2014.

Weed, dog of 'Ginga Legend Weed'

Weed

Son of Gin in the Japanese comic book series and animated TV series Ginga Legend Weed; about a dog and his allies who journey throughout Japan aiding those in need;

Akita

Comic book series: 1999- now; Animated TV series: 2005-2006.

Weederman, dog of '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- now.

Wellard, dog of 'EastEnders'

Wellard

(See also Terence, Roly, and Willy)

Robbie's dog in the TV series (British) EastEnders; about a community in a fictional Victorian square in a fictional London borough.

Belgian Tervuren

TV series: 1985- now.

Wilfred, dog of 'Wilfred'

Wilfred

Sarah's dog in the TV series Wilfred; a comedy 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.

Willy, dog of 'EastEnders'

Willy

(See also Terence, Wellard, and Roly)

Ethel's dog in the TV series (British) EastEnders; about the people of a fictional Victorian square in a fictional London Borough.

Pug

TV series: 1985- now.

Winoma, dog of 'My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic'

Winoma

A character in the animated TV series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic; about a studious unicorn pony named Twilight Sparkle as her mentor Princess Celestia guides her to learn about friendship in the town of Ponyville; developed by Lauren Faust..

Generic

Animated TV series: 2010- now.

Woofster, dog of '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: 2007-2012, 2015- now.

Yakult, dog of '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: 2011-2014.

Zed, dog of 'Ben 10: Omniverse'

Zed

Member of Ben's team in the animated TV series Ben 10: Omniverse, about the adventures of teenager who wields an extremely powerful device that allows him to change into various aliens.

Anubian Baskurr

TV series: 2012-2014.

Zoe Trent, dog of 'Littlest Pet Shop'

Zoe Trent

John and Clarissa's dog in the children's animated TV series Littlest Pet Shop; about a girl who discovers that she alone can understand and talk to all of the pets and other animals in the pet shop.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

TV series: 2012-2014.

Zuky, dog of 'Beano'

Zuky

A character in the British children's comic strip magazine Beano; about a cat, Meeko, and dog, Zuky who fight like cat and dog usually for not good reason.

Generic

Comic: 2010- now.

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