101 for You to Love (101 Dalmatians)

September 11, 2015 | Posted in Famous Animated Dogs

When you think of a lot of dog Usually you think that would be five or six. After all that many can be hard to feed And certainly difficult to walk or throw sticks. But what if that number were

Gromit

September 11, 2015 | Posted in Famous Animated Dogs

Although he is the dog half of the British stop motion animated pair, Wallace & Gromit, he is often thought of as the more intelligent one of the two. He has many hobbies such as playing chess, reading the news,

Brian

September 11, 2015 | Posted in Famous Animated Dogs

Arguably one of the most popular characters of the past ten years, Brian, is the Griffin family dog. He is also an anthropomorphic dog who has many human traits. Brian, along with another main character Stewie, is the often the

Astro

September 11, 2015 | Posted in Famous Animated Dogs

Found by the Jetson son, Elroy, Astro is the loyal family dog to the Jetson clan. He has a basic grasp on language much like his peer Scooby-Doo. His original name was Tralfaz, given to him by his original owner

Underdog

September 11, 2015 | Posted in Famous Animated Dogs

Underdog was created at the end of the 50’s due to General Mills wanting mascots to help sell breakfast cereal. Underdog became a hit and ran on TV for nine years. Underdog is a super hero alter ego for a

Goofy

September 11, 2015 | Posted in Famous Animated Dogs

Created in 1932 and originally known as Dippy Dawg, Goofy is one of Disney’s most popular characters. Goofy is an anthropomorphic dog who is always depicted wearing clothing. Goofy has a son, Max, who was introduced in his 90’s TV

Snoopy

September 11, 2015 | Posted in Famous Animated Dogs

In 1950 Charles M. Schulz created Snoopy, one of the most popular beagles in comics (even though he has denied being one). Along with his iconic red dog house he became popular over the year. Although he wasn’t intended to