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Cartoon Dogs


If you love cartoons or animated movies, cartoon dog names might be a great option when choosing a name for your newest family member.
Here’s a list of famous cartoon dogs- see if you can picture them all!
Astro: A generic dog from the Jetson’s cartoon, probably a Great Dane
Auggie: The doggie from Hanna Barbera’s the Quick Draw McGraw Show
Barfly: The Labrador Retriever from the Family Circus comic
Barkley: An icon on the Sesame Street show, a generic shaggy dog
Beethoven: An unmistakable Saint Bernard from the Beethoven movies
Benji: A Terrier mix from several recent movies
Bitsy: The dog in the Marvin comic strip for over 90 years
Blue: A floppy eared, blue dog from the children’s cartoon Blue’s Clues
Brian: The intelligent and witty dog from the Family Guy
Bullet: The sidekick from longtime comic Barney Google and Snuffy Smith
Chief: The sweet pup in the Fox and the Hound
Clifford: The big red dog who is harmless but always getting into trouble from the children’s book series, which has turned cartoon show
Droopy: A droopy eyed mutt from the movie cartoons produced by MGM
Farley: An English sheepdog from the cartoon For Better or Worse
Fifi: The perfectly paired name for the Poodle from the Rugrats cartoon
Goofy: The silly, but loveable humanlike dog from Walt Disney movies
Grimm: The trouble making, but loveable Bull Terrier from the comic strip Mother Goose and Grimm, Bull terrier
Gromit: The main character from the movie Wallace and Gromit
Huckleberry Hound: The fun and interesting hound from the Huckleberry Hound Show by Hanna Barbera
Ladybird: A Bloodhound from the television show King of the Hill.
Marley: The lovable Labrador Retriever from the book and hit movie Marley and Me.
Martha: A generic pooch from the children’s PBS cartoon Martha
Marmaduke: A harmless Great Dane always getting in trouble, featured in his own Marmaduke comic strip.
McGruff: The crime fighting Bloodhound created by the National Crime Prevention Council
Odie: The quick witted pooch from the Garfield cartoon
Otto: The military sidekick in the comic strip Beetle Bailey
Perdie: The gentle natured mother Dalmatian from the 101 Dalmatians movie
Pluto: From Walt Disney movies, Mickey’s best pal pooch.
Pongo: The confident, but loving, Dalmatian father from the 101 Dalmatians Disney movie
Ren: The mouthy and silly Chihuahua from the Ren and Stimpy show
Rowlf: The shaggy, large dog from the Muppet Show by Jim Henson
Scooby-Doo: The fearful Great Dane from the tv series Scooby Doo
Slinky: A dog slinky toy in the movie the Toy Story
Snoopy: A Beagle that has become famous in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schlutz
Spuds Mackenzie: The Bull Terrier that was the longtime mascot for Budweiser beer products.
Tramp: The Schnauzer mix from the Lady and the Tramp Disney movie.

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