Famous celebrity dogs, movie star canines and celebrities from cartoons or TV shows like Goofy, Rin Tin Tin, Snoopy, Eddie or others.
Famous Dogs
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  In 1905, Blair was the first canine movie star and was featured in "Rescued by Rover". Blair was a Collie owned by the movies director and an actor in the movie, Cecil Hepworth. It was a British film where a baby is kidnapped by an old beggar woman, but the faithful family dog Rover comes to its rescue.

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  The name Rover, uncommon until then, became popular.

Lassie - The Lassie Network
  Lassie is undoubtedly the world's most famous dog and is a character who has starred in many movies, TV shows, and books over the years.
   Lassie was created by Eric Knight and published as a short story in the Saturday Evening Post in 1938 and as a novel in 1940.
   All of the "Lassie's" were male

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Lassie Come Home
with Roddy McDowall
collies and all the official Lassies are descendents of the original Lassie.

 Goofy first appeared over seven decades ago in Mickey's Revue (1932). Then a bit player (as an obnoxious "laugher" in a barnyard audience), he sported whiskers and

square spectacles and was called Dippy Dawg.

Rin Tin Tin - Official Site
 The nations first canine movie star. Born in Germany, he was rescued from the trenches as a puppy and brought to the United States by Lee Duncan, an American pilot in World War I, who was also his trainer.

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First appearing in Where The North Begins in 1925, Rin Tin Tin went on to make 25 movies, sign his own contracts with a paw print, and at the height of his success was his studios major wage earner, earning approx. 5 Million Dollars.

The Red Baron hunting Beagle from Charles Schultz' extremely popular comic strip, Peanuts. Snoopy also guest starred in the movie special Snoopy vs. The Red baron, as of course the fly boy.

Eddie - (from Paramount TV )
  Moose, a Jack Russell Terrier, portrays Eddie in the hit comedy series FRASIER. Eddie is Martin's faithful companion and partner in crime. Having graced the covers of such notable publications as Life, TV Guide and Entertainment Weekly, as well as joining the ranks of Cindy Crawford and Kathy Ireland with his own calendar.

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with Frasier and Niles

Spuds MacKenzie
The original party animal, he made his debut in a Bud Light beer commercial during the Super Bowl in 1987. Spuds, who was also a senior party consultant for the Anheuser-Busch Company, had a black circle around one eye. He became a hit almost overnight. Spuds was water skiing, skateboarding, lounging by a pool with beautiful women or something else equally glamorous.

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  His likeness appeared on T-shirts, sweaters, mugs, posters and stuffed animals, outdoing other popular characters of the time, including ALF and Max Headroom.

Ch. Bolero Dolce Sinfonia
  He is not only a great top winner and champion, but he is definitely a Star. Of all the show dogs in the world, he was the one recently used by Eukanuba dog food, filming in Hollywood for one or more of their advertisements (Saatche & Saatche of New York).

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of this movie star
driving his Ferrari
  He is the model used by some dog fashion companies, and is going to be seen in posters and more advertising programs by Eukanuba and others.
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Better not take a dog on the Space Shuttle, because if he sticks his head out when you're coming home his face might burn up. ~ Jack Handey

celebrity dogs have to go indogneeto
"I think dogs are the most amazing creatures. They give unconditional love. For me they are the role model for being alive."
- Gilda Radner, (1946 - 1989)
We named the DOG Indiana!
- Henry Jones, Sr. (Sean Connery) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

I'm looking for some more celebrity dogs to fill out the band.
So email us some!

Like we don't get enough of this from the humans?