Whether they came from TV, movies, or the internet, there are many dogs who we have come to love and appreciate throughout the years. In addition to our own beloved pets who give us pure, unconditional affection, dogs from all across the world have provided us great joy.

Lets talk about Dogs that we saw in movies and television. These dogs have stayed with us and influenced us ever since, no doubt!

Popular Dogs from TV Shows and Movies


The first Lassie was a female Rough Collie named Al. Although she starred in several films and television shows, her most well-known part is that of Lassie Come Home. She is one of only three people to have won two Emmys for her work in motion movies and to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Her tendency to represent male dog performers despite being a woman is an intriguing aspect of her character. Moreover, the majority of her biography stems from her brave and gallant deeds in World War I.


Terry was a female Cairn Terrier that appeared in the Wizard of Oz in her most well-known role. Her weekly salary was a record $125.

Before she died at the age of eleven, she also starred in fifteen more movies.

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During World War I, a German Shepherd male was discovered by an American soldier on the front lines. Through his training of the dog and his casting in silent films, he made Rin Tin Tin famous. Later, he starred in 27 Hollywood movies, which greatly increased the fame and fortune of Warner Bros. studios.

Rin Tin Tin received the most votes for the first Academy Award for Best Actor because of his notoriety. However, the academy determined that only humans were deserving of that honor. German Shepherds have become more popular as house dogs as a result of Rin Tin Tin's celebrity.

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Spike, a Labrador Retriever/Mastiff mix rescue dog, gained notoriety in one of the saddest dog movies ever produced. This book, which was made into a movie, does a fantastic job of capturing the heartbreaking loss that follows the untimely death of a beloved pet.

These are a few animated characters that have grown on us and still make us smile.

The Scooby Doo

Beginning with the television show in 1969, Saturday mornings saw Scooby Doo swiftly become well-known. You can still watch reruns of the popular series.


Anthropomorphic cartoon character Brian from Family Guy has gained popularity since the series premiered in 1998. A well-known dog character has been given a twist that has enthralled people of all ages.

Popular Pets of Popular Celebrities

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen with their puppy

It's likely already known to you if you follow Chrissy Teigen on Instagram that she and her husband John Legend are dog owners. In 2014, they even included one in a photo session where it was seen looking cute beneath Legend's arm.

Blue and Tom Hardy

Oscar-winning actor Tom Hardy, who is perhaps best known for his roles in Mad Max: Fury Road, The Dark Knight Rises, and Venom, brought Blue, a French bulldog, along to the 2021 fan screening of Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

Pippi and Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence, a Hollywood actress, is seen here with Pippi, her puppy, or Pippi Lawrence-Stocking, as she described it to Seth Meyers. The Hollywood beauty keeps an oil picture of Pippi above her fireplace at home since she loves dogs so much.

Sophie and Oprah Winfrey

At a 2000 Personal Growth Summit event, Oprah Winfrey posed with her puppy, Sophie. Over the years, Winfrey has kept several dogs, and she once said, "Dogs? Which dogs? These are my fur babies, and they consistently make me feel more content and like a human being.

Giggy and Lisa Vanderpump

You already know how much Lisa Vanderpump and her husband Ken loved their cute Pomeranian, Giggy, if you watch Real Housewives. Regretfully, the stylish dog passed away in December 2020.

Vida Blue and Demi Moore

Actress Demi Moore is seen here posing with Vida Blue, her adorable chihuahua. It was reported in 2015 that the actress had the little dog receive acupuncture treatments from an acupuncturist who visited the home every two weeks.

Finn and Amanda Seyfried

How adorable is Finn, Amanda Seyfried's dog? The actress knew she had to adopt the puppy the moment she saw him on the HBO series Big Love, thanks to a foster parent. She had previously told Today, "I just hate being away from him because I'm so in love with him." It truly is the best thing ever. My life was altered by him.

The Stallion Megan and the 4oe

During her appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Megan Thee Stallion and her adorable puppy, 40e, took center stage. Just one of the six canines owned by the performer is 4oe.

Butters and Katy Perry

At a screening of Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour, Katy Perry is seen posing with her cute dog Butters. It is also well known that the singer adores cats.


What is the 5 most popular pet?

Most Popular Pets in the U.S. by Number of Households (in Millions)

  • 65.1M.
  • 46.5M.
  • Freshwater Fish. 11.1M.
  • 6.1M.
  • Small Animal¹ 6.7M.
  • 6M.
  • 2.2M.
  • Saltwater Fish. 2.2M.

Most popular dog breeds among celebrities?

  1. French Bulldog
  2. Pomeranian
  3. Chihuahua
  4. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
  5. Labrador Retriever
  6. Golden Retriever
  7. Poodle
  8. Yorkshire Terrier
  9. Dachshund
  10. Maltese

Who is the most famous Hollywood dog?

Undeniably the most famous dog in history is Toto. Toto, whose real name was Terry, was abandoned as a puppy. Luckily for her, however, she was adopted by German immigrant Carl Spitz, the unofficial dog-trainer of Hollywood.

Who is the richest celebrity dog?

With an estimated net worth of over Rs 3,320 crores, Gunther IV is the world's wealthiest dog. Gunther IV enjoys a life of luxury, complete with multiple properties, a personal chef, and a team of caretakers. His lavish lifestyle includes frequent travels on private jets and indulgent shopping sprees.

Who is the richest cat?

Introducing Nala Cat, the richest cat in the world. According to Cats.com, the feline has a net worth of $100 million. (Just let that sink in.) Most of Nala Cat's income stems from her successful Instagram page, where she boasts 4.4 million—and counting—followers.