Can You Think of a Movie Where a Pug was Featured?
Everyone thinks their dog is good enough to be in pictures. So how is
that some dogs become stars that the world can admire (or hate) and
others remain stars only to their admiring humans?
would-be actors, they happen to be in the right place at the right
time. More important, they are trainable by special dog trainers.
are from prestigious kennels, but even more are rescue dogs found at
shelters and human societies. So if you want your dog to be in
pictures, consider a training program.
I found this little video gem on training your dog for the stage, looks
But, all dogs need a name before they can begin a
training program, so feel free to skip the training and go straight to
Dog Names from Movies
Dog Names from Movies
These movies all feature dogs, either as main characters or in supporting roles, but not all are suitable for children. Parents, always check out movies before allowing your children to view.
Agent Eleven: an FBI drug sniffing dog who escapes protective custody in the 2001 film "See Spot Run"
Asta: The pet wire fox terrier in the 1934 movie, "Thin Man," staring Myrna Loy and William Power
Balto: A wolf-hybrid that starred in the 1995 movie by the same name.
Beethoven: An adopted puppy that grows into a large St. Bernard. In the 1992 film by the same name.
Benji: A stray dog played by Higgins saves 2 children from being kidnapped in the 1974 film by the same name.
Bingo: A runaway circus dog in the 1991 movie by the same name.
Bolt: a white shepherd in the computer animated 2008 movie by the same name
Bombón: in the Argentine-Spanish 2004 movie, "El Perro and Bombón: The Dog."
Bruiser: The chihuahua in the 2001 comedy movie, "Legally Blond."
Buddy: The basketball loving canine star of the 1997 family comedy movie, "Air Bud."
Butkus: Sylvester Stallone's bulldog in the 1976 movie, "Rocky."
Chance: The American Bulldog in the 1993 movie, "Homeward Bound," a remake of the 1963 movie, "Incredible Journey."
Chestnut, a lovable Great Dane in the 2004 children's movie, "Chestnut Hero of Central Park."
Chiffon: The Old English Sheepdog, in the 1959 black and white movie, "The Shaggy Dog."
Cujo: A rabid St. Bernard traps a woman and her son at a deserted farm in the 1983 thriller.
Digby: The Old English Sheepdog in a 2007-2009 fantasy comedy-drama TV series, "Pushing Daisies."
Dreyfuss: The lovable St. Bernard on the TV series, "Empty Nest."
Einstein: (Also known as Einie) was Doc Brown’s dog, in the "Back to the Future" movies. It is uncertain what type of breed it was—some say mixed breed, others say a type of sheepdog, Briard, or Berger Picard.
Frank the Pug: The fast talking Pug-like alien in the 1997 science fiction comedy, "Men in Black."
Grunt: Jennifer Beal's loyal pitbull in the 1983 movie, "Flashdance"
Hercules: An English Mastiff in the movie, "Hercules Saves Christmas," a 2012 children’s movie.
Hooch: A junkyard dog (French Mastiff) who witnessed a murder in the 1989 movie, "Turner and Hooch."
Jerry Lee: A German Shepherd Dog trained as a police dog in the 1989 comedy, K-9
Kiki:the German Shepherd in the 1989 marshal arts film, "Kickboxer."
Lassie: No need to introduce Lassie, other than to say that he/she was a rough-coated collie.
Marley: A yellow Labrador Retriever, from the 2008 movie, "Marley and Me."
Mike: the border Collie in the 1986 American Comedy, "Down and Out in Beverly Hills."
Milo: From the Movie, "The Mask"
Moses: The Chihuahua in the 2004 American comedy, "Meet The Fockers."
Old Yeller: The sad 1957 Disney movie about Old Yeller who becomes infected with rabies and has to be shot by his owner. He was played by a Black Mouth Cur dog.
Otis: The pug from the movie, "The Adventures of Milo and Otis."
Nikki: A Malamute in the 1961 movie, "Nikki, Wild Dog of the North."
Red: in the movie by the same name
Reno, the Briard from “Top Dog."
Sadie: The border collie in the movie, "The Conjuring."
Scud: A bull terrier in "Toy Story."
Shadow: The Golden Retriever in the movie, "Homeward Bound."
Shiloh, the beagle in the 1996 children’s movie by the same name
Skip: a Jack Russel Terrier in the 2000 movie, "My Dog Skip"
Slink: The dachshund in "Toy Story"
Sounder: A dog owned by a sharecropper in post depression Louisiana. In the 1972 movie by the same name.
Spot: A bull mastiff in the movie, "See Spot Run."
Thor: The German Shepherd Dog in the movie, "Bad Moon."
Toto: A cairn Terrier in the movie, "The Wizard of Oz."
Uggie: From the movie, "The Artist."
Underdog: The beagle in the movie by the same name.
Verdell: A brussels griffon in the movie, "As Good as it Gets."
Winn-Dixie in the movie, "Because of Winn Dixie."
More Dog Names from Movies for you to Consider:
The 2006 American Adventure Drama, "Eight Below" featured eight hard working dogs:
Buck and Shadow: Alaskan Malamutes Max, Maya, Truman, Dewey, Shorty, and Old Jack: Siberian Huskies
In the 2002 American comedy: "Snow Dogs" there were eight canine stars:
Demon, Nana, Diesel,
Scooper, Yodel, Sniff,
In the movie"Hotel for Dogs," there were too many dogs to mention. Here are just a few names that I was able to recall:
In the 2000 comedy, "Best in Show," the dogs' names were:
Ch. Arokat's Echobar Take Me Dancing - Beatrice the Weimaraner Ch. Urchin's Bryllo - Winky the Norwich Terrier Ch. Quiet Creek's Stand By Me - Hubert the Bloodhound Ch. Rapture's Classic - Miss Agnes the Shih Tzu Ch. Symarun's Red Hot Kisses - Tyrone the Shih Tzu Ch. Exxel Dezi Duz It With Pizaz - Rhapsody in White the Standard Poodle
From the 2008 movie, "Beverly Hills
Chihuahua," we get the dog names:
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