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Character Name

Dog Name

Comments

Above Suspicion (1995)
The Absent-Minded Professor Mutt (Bearded Collie mix) Charlie Skippy Also seen as the suit-wearing dog in Mary Poppins. Trained by Bob Blair, owned by Frank Inn.
The Accidental Tourist Cardigan Welsh Corgi Edward Bud Geena Davis was nominated for an Oscar for her role as a dog trainer. Also in Dharma & Greg.
According to Jim Mutt
The Accountant (1999) Mutt
(Lab/Husky mix)
Blue Blue was rescued and trained by Jill Barto.
The Addams Family (1964; TV) Briard Them Mayhem
Addams Family Values Doberman Pinscher None given
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Lurcher August I'm guessing the breed.
The Adventures of Champion German Shepherd Rebel J.R., Bearheart Trained by Bob Blair, Neal Gazely; owned by Frank Barnes. Little Champ the horse starred as Champion the horse.
The Adventures of the Masked Phantom Himself Boots the Wonder Dog
The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert Herpes "I call it Herpes because when it's good, it'll heel."
The Adventures of Rex and Rinty German Shepherd Himself Rin Tin Tin, Jr.
The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin
(1954; TV)
German Shepherd Rin Tin Tin J.R. (Bearheart and Hey You were stand-ins) J.R. is the son of Flame, of the Rusty movies. See Where the North Begins for the real Rin Tin Tin. Trained by Bob Blair and Neil Gazely, owned by Frank Barnes.
The Adventures of Rusty German Shepherd Rusty Flame The Rusty movies were a knock-off of Rin Tin Tin's popularity; see above comment for an example of irony.
The Adventures of Superman
("The Dog Who Knew Superman")
Corky
("The Prince Albert Coat") Butch
The Adventures of the Wilderness Family Mutt (Lab mix) Also in The Further Adventures of the Wilderness Family and Mountain Family Robinson..
The Affairs of Susan (1945) Great Dane
Aflame in the Sky German Shepherd Ranger
The African Queen (1951) Basenji None given
After the Thin Man Fox Terrier (wirehaired) Himself Asta Rudd Weatherwax trained Asta; he also trained superstar Pal (aka Lassie).
Herself Mrs. Asta
The Age of Innocence (1993) Pomeranian None given A Pom-lover's delight.
Bichon Frise None given
The Agency (2001; TV) German Shepherd None given Guard dog.
Agnes Browne (1993) Jack Russell Terrier
Air Bud Golden Retriever Himself Buddy Buddy was rescued from the pound; after making this film his leg was amputated due to cancer; he died shortly thereafter.
Air Bud: Golden Receiver Golden Retriever Buddy Rush, Zach, Eagle, Joey, Chase, Chance It required six dogs to replace the talented Buddy. Trained by Debra J. Coe. Rush is her dog.
Air Bud: World Pup Golden Retriever Buddy Jordan, Princess and Rodman played puppies.
Collie (Rough) None given Dalton, Sarah
Air Force Cairn Terrier Rommy Son of Terry (the original Toto), owned by Rudd Weatherwax. Also in Without Love, Undercurrent, George Washington Slept Here, Reap the Wild Wind.
Air Force One
Airplane! Golden Retriever Shep
Dalmatian None given Firetruck dog.
Alexandre le Bienheureux Quite a fetcher.
ALF
("You Ain't Nothin' But a Hound Dog")
Mutt
Alfie Mutt
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955)
("The Kerry Blue")
Kerry Blue Terrier Annie Hitch's own Kerries starred.
Alien 3 Rottweiler None given Four different Rotties played the dog.
All Creatures Great and Small (1974)
All Creatures Great and Small (1977; TV)
All of Me (1984) Mutt (Briard mix) Bigs
All Quiet on the Canine Front Various One of the "Dogville" shorts.
All That Jazz Poodle (Miniature) None given
Alligator (1980) Mutt
Poodle (Miniature) None given
Almost a Gentleman (1938) German Shepherd Himself Ace the Wonder Dog Also in Blind Alibi.
Amadeus Various None given Dogs as scenery: mutts, poodles and spitz.
The Amazing Dobermans Doberman Pinscher 3rd in The Doberman Gang series.
Amazing Stories
("The Sitter")
Yorkshire Terrier Mr. Ouji
Doberman Pinscher Snowflake
American Beauty (1999) Jack Russell Terrier Fitzi
American Heart
American Psycho
America's Sweethearts Doberman Pinscher Four dogs played the Dobie.
Amores Perros (aka Love's a Bitch) Rottweiler Cofi
Lhasa Apso
Amos & Andrew Bloodhound Herself Samantha Also in Dave's World.
German Shepherd Rommel Rambo, Amigo White GSD.
Anatomy of a Murder Cairn Terrier Muffy Danny Bob Blair originally trained Danny to be Little Ricky's dog on "I Love Lucy." Also on Dennis the Menace. Owner: Frank Inn.
Anderson & Co. Great Dane As seen on Fred Gwynne's Biography on A&E.
Andre Toot
The Andy Griffith Show ("Dogs, Dogs, Dogs")
Angel (TV; 1999) Mutt None given
The Animal (2001) Border Collie Dimples
Various None given Various dogs including BCs, Aussies, mutts ,etc.
Animal Farm
(1999; TV)
Border Collie Jessie Trained by Mary Owens & Rita Maloney. Other dogs as well, including a JRT.
Rottweiler Pincher Leader of the police dogs (Jessie's puppies).
Anna Karenina (1997) Borzoi
Annie (1982) Mutt Sandy
Annie (1999; TV) Mutt Sandy Chester
The Anniversary Party Mutt (GSD-Basenji mix) Otis
Mutt Anouk Owned by actress Blair Tefkin.
Another Chance German Shepherd Rocky White GSD.
Another Stakeout Rottweiler Archie
Another Thin Man Fox Terrier (wirehaired) Himself Asta Asta became an overnight superstar after the release of The Thin Man.
Irish Wolfhound Jesse Jesse sees Asta as potential chewtoy.
Another You Doberman Pinscher
Antarctica (1983) True story of a marooned Japanese sled dog team.
Any Given Sunday
Anywhere But Here Poodle (Miniature)
The Apartment West Highland White Terrier None given
Apple's Way Sam
Bijou
April In Paris Poodle
Are You Being Served?
("The Club")
Poodle (Miniature) Roger Dog clothes: I suppose Roger's about a 7 Short.
Are You Being Served? Again!
(Ep. 2)
English Foxhound The Pack Tiddles the cat finds 5th gear with 20 hounds on her tail.
Cairn Terrier
Aristocrats Papillon None given
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel None given
The Arizona Raiders (1936) Border Collie Tuffy Also in The Mighty Treve, Brigham Young.
Armageddon (1998) French Bulldog Little Richard Frankie LR v. Godzilla -- no contest.
As Good As It Gets Brussels Griffon
(rough coated)
Verdell Jill Billy, Debbie, Timer, Sprout and Parfait were stand-ins. Trained by Roger Schumacher and Ray Beal. Also in Sweet November and Teaching Mrs. Tingle.
Asterix & Obelix vs. Caesar Mutt Ideefix aka Dogmatix Ideefix in French, Dogmatix in English.
At First Sight Labrador Retriever Jesse Val's seeing-eye dog.
Atomic Dog Cerberus
Trixie, Lobo, Scamp
Attack of the 50 Foot Chihuahua from Outer Space Chihuahua Agent Ihen Meg The title is longer than the film. Also in the sequel, Doomsday at Bikini Beach.
Attack of the 5’2" Women Poodle
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! Mutt Spot
Auntie Mame American Foxhound The Pack No fox puppets were hurt during filming.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Great Dane None given
Avalon (1990) Nemo
The Avengers (1961; TV)
("Death of a Great Dane")
Great Dane Dancer Junia
Great Dane Bellhound Heidi
Avenging Fangs German Shepherd Himself Sandow Also in Call of the Wilderness.
The Awful Truth (1937) Fox Terrier (wirehaired) Mr. Smith Asta Asta's best known for his role in the Thin Man series.
Azucena (aka "Dog Food")

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Breed

Character Name

Dog Name

Comments

Baa Baa Black Sheep / Black Sheep Squadron Bull Terrier Pappy's pet pooch.
Babe (1995) Border Collie Fly Jessie Trainer Karl Miller (Cujo) is the guy who buys Fly's puppies.
Border Collie Rex Ben Miller also owns Kris (aka Beethoven) and trained the animals for The Nutty Professor and Chips, the War Dog.
Australian Cattle Dog Sheep Rustler's Dogs
Babe 2: Pig in the City Jack Russell Terrier Flealick Quite a dog intensive flick.
Bull Terrier P.B. There's also an Italian Greyhound running around...
Bulldog Nigel ...and a chihuahua and a lot of mutts.
Neapolitan Mastiff Alan Dante, aka Ch. Magnufi Dante Nigel's "Yes-dog." Owned by Lorene Evans. Dante's mother Divina was his understudy. 6 other Magnufi Neapolitans are also in the film.
Poodle (Standard) Pink Poodle Plus Fly and Rex are back.
Beagle Snoopy Drug-sniffing pooch who sets off the adventure.
Baby Geniuses Rottweiler
Baby Rex – Der Kleine Kommissar German Shepherd Rex Spin-off from Kommissar Rex.
Bachelor Father
(1957; TV)
Mutt Jasper Red
Back from the Front St. Bernard 3 Stooges film.
Back to the Future Mutt Einstein, Copernicus Tiger Einstein, 1985; Copernicus, 1955. Tiger, 1981 - May 14, 1999.
Back to the Future II Mutt Einstein Tiger
Great Dane None given Walked via hover-leash.
Back to the Future III Mutt Einstein Tiger
Back to God’s Country (1919) Great Dane Baron, Tao, Wapi
Back to God’s Country (1927)
Back to God’s Country (1953) Great Dane Baron
Back to the Woods (1918) Harold Lloyd film.
Backdraft (1991) Komondor The Thing
Bad Boys (1995) Luke & Duke
Bad Day on the Block Rottweiler
Bad Girl Trilogy
Bad Moon German Shepherd Thor Primo Thor is the good guy, the only one who senses the werewolf.
The Ballad of Hector, the Stowaway Dog Airedale Hector
Balls Up Irish Wolfhound Sarah Owned by Shelley Camm.
Banjo Mutt Banjo
The Bank (2001) Rottweiler Bubba
Barb Wire (1996) Rottweiler Camille Unlike Pamela Lee, Camille is all real.
Barbarians at the Gate German Shepherd
Baree (1994; TV) AKA "Northwest Passage."
Baree, Son of Kazan (1918)
Baree, Son of Kazan (1925)
Bark Australian Shepherd Himself Gibson
Pug Himself Sneech
Mutt (Pit bull mix) Himself Madison
Dachshund Himself Sheridan
Mutt (Chow mix) Herself Betty
Mutt (Maltese mix) Himself George
Corgi Himself Dakota
American Bulldog Himself Elvis
Barry of the Great St. Bernard St. Bernard Barry On the Disney channel.
Batman & Robin Bulldog None given Ewww... dogsicle.
Baxter Bull Terrier Baxter
Beaches Great Dane Arthur Ch. Calico Rock's Essex v. Zanadane Owned by Joanne Barbaro.
The Bear (1988) Beauceron None given Also some hounds.
The Beast with a Million Eyes
The Beastmaster (1982) German Shepherd Kodo White GSD.
BeastMaster
(TV; 1999)
Alaskan Malamute Slayer
Beautiful Girls St. Bernard Elle MacPherson
Beautiful Life Akita
Bedazzled (2000) Doberman Pinscher None given
German Shepherd None given
Beethoven St. Bernard Beethoven Kris Kris was trained by Karl Lewis Miller, trainer of the animals in Babe. Kris also appeared in the TV show Step by Step.
Beethoven's 2nd St. Bernard Missy and puppies Chubby, Dolly, Mohawk & Tchaikovsky. Kris returned as the Big B.
Great Dane Jaws
Beethoven's 3rd St. Bernard
Beetlejuice Mutt None given
Beggars and Choosers Mutt Roxy
Behave Yourself! Corky
Behind the Lines (1998; aka "Regeneration") Dachshund
Being John Malkovich
Bell, Book & Candle Poodle (Standard) None given Passes Jimmy Stewart on the street.
Beloved Here Boy An animatronic dog did the icky and dangerous stuff.
Below the Line German Shepherd Himself Rin Tin Tin
Benji Mutt Benji Higgins Higgins was a pound puppy rescued from the Burbank Animal Shelter in 1960. He became Benji at 15 years old! He was rescued and trained by Frank Inn, who trained the original Asta. Also in Oh, Heavenly Dog! and Petticoat Junction.
Mutt Tiffany Tiffany was also rescued from a shelter.
Benji the Hunted Mutt Benji Benjean Benjean is Higgins’ daughter.
Benson
("Two Boys and Their Dog")
Bassett Hound
Best in Show Bloodhound Hubert It’s a dog show, so you’ll probably see your favorite at some point.
Norwich Terrier Winky aka Ch. Thank You Neil Sedaka
Weimaraner Beatrice Peaches
Pug
Poodle (Standard) Rhapsody in White
Shih Tzu Miss Agnes, Tyrone Flash
Dandie Dinmont Terrier Jennifer
Lakeland Terrier None given Minnie (Ch. Quansa's I Want It All) Owned by Pat Muller, Traci Christensen and Marilyn Koyanagi.
Skye Terrier None given Lad (Am/Can Ch. Rusalka's Gladiator) Owned by Don Smiley of Rusalka Skye Terriers.
Best of the Best 3 American Bulldog See also American Bulldog
The Beverly Hillbillies (1962; TV) Mutt Albie Ellie Mae's dog. All BH dogs trained by Frank Inn (Benji, Asta).
Poodle Claude The Drysdales' dog.
Bloodhound Duke Stretch Jed Clampett's dog. Stretch was also in No Time for Sergeants. He was on the show until he was 13 years old.
Bloodhound Duke A younger hound took over for the retiring Stretch.
The Beverly Hillbillies Duke
Beverly Hills Cop Afghan Hound
Beverly Hills Cop II Bulldog
Beverly Hills 90210
("Spring Training")
Rupert Magic
Beverly Hills Ninja
Bewitched (1964; TV) Larissa There's also an episode where dogs are turned into cats. Poor pooches.
Orvis
Alpha
Bicentennial Man Mutt Wolfie
The Bicycle Flirt Mutt
Big Bad John Catfish
Big Business (1988) Mutt Duke Every dog has a double.
Yorkshire Terrier None given Dogs love living at The Plaza.
Whippet None given Background dogs.
The Big Dog House Various Dogville short.
Big Eden Mutt (Australian Cattle Dog-Husky mix) Queenie Also in The Jack Bull.
Big Girls Don't Cry … They Get Even Louie
Big Jake Collie (Rough)
The Big Lebowski Cairn Terrier Do you suppose he minds being called a Pomeranian?
Big Momma’s House Pug None given
Rottweiler None given
Big Red Irish Setter Red
Irish Setter Herself Mollie Mollie was a champion show dog.
The Big Stunt German Shepherd Himself Wolfheart
The Big Trail Coonhound
Big Trouble (2001) Roger A Dal is also briefly seen.
A Bill of Divorcement English Springer Spaniel
The Billion Dollar Hobo German Shepherd London
Shar Pei
Bingo! (1991) Mutt (Border Collie and Collie mix) Bingo Lacey Rescued from a shelter, with her pup, Maui (Mad About You). Maui was a stand-in, and a mutt named Max was her stuntdog.
Poodle Also a Border Collie.
American Bulldog Rattler Most famous as Chance in Homeward Bound.
Bio-Dome
The Birdcage Labrador Retriever None given Wholesome family dog.
The Birds Sealyham Terrier None given Hitch's own dogs.
The Birds II Golden Retriever Scout I won't do a bird-dog joke. I won't.
The Biscuit Eater (1940) Pointer Promise In direct competition with Old Yeller for the title of Ultimate Doggy Tearjerker.
The Biscuit Eater (1972)
The Bishop's Wife St. Bernard Queenie
Bites of the Dawn Rottweiler
Black Dog American Staffordshire Terrier Tiny
Rottweiler
Black Narcissus Black and Tan Coonhound None given The Galway Blazers Owned by John Huston.
Black Knight (2001)
Black Robe (1991) German Shepherd None given How Native Americans managed to get GSDs for pets in 1634 is beyond me.
The Black Scorpion (1957) German Shepherd Sancho
Black Sheep (1996) Various None given
Black Sunday Great Dane None given Painted black.
Blackadder II Poodle (Toy)
Blackadder the Third Dachshund Colin
Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows German Shepherd None given
Blaze Catahoula Leopard Dog
Blind Alibi German Shepherd Ace Also in Orphans of the Street.
Blind Man’s Bluff (1992; TV) Border Collie
The Blind Man’s Dog Mutt
Blondie Knows Best Mutt Daisy Spooks So named because she was scared of everything. Trained by Rudd Weatherwax (Lassie). Subsequent Daisies (27 films and 2 TV series) were played by Spooks' scions and trained by Frank Inn (Benji).
Blondie In Society Great Dane Ch. Chin Up White Tie For Dinner Blondie goes to a dog show.
Blood of the Hunter
Blood Simple German Shepherd Opal Even bad men have good dogs.
Blossom (1991; TV)
("Puppy Love")
Bulldog
Blown Away (1994) Boomer
Blue Heelers
("A Woman’s Place")
("Dog Days")
("Under Seige")
("Sick Puppy")
("Deed Not the Breed") Pit Bull
Blue Streak German Shepherd Police dog.
Bob, Son of Battle (aka Thunder in the Valley) Border Collie Bob Glyn W.B. Bagshaw, owner.
Body Double German Shepherd Folsom White GSD.
The Bodyguard St. Bernard Bo Also GSDs as police dogs.
Mutt (Terrier mix) Foster Diminutive bodyguard.
Bogus Disappearing dog act.
Boney
("Boney Buys a Coffin")
Mutt None given
The Bonfire of the Vanities Dachshund Threw up on costar Kirsten Dunst, unscripted.
Booty Call Jack Russell Terrier Killa D’Arcy Trained by Violetta Hessing.
Born on the Fourth of July Border Collie Major
Born to be Wild (1995) Mutt (Beagle-Springer mix) Cubby Also in Northern Exposure.
The Borrowers (1997) Bloodhound Mr. Smelly The peril of feeding cheese to one's dog is amply illustrated.
Boston Blackie Whitey
Boston Common Chihuahua Speedy AKC champion, also on Seinfeld, Murphy Brown.
Bounce Rottweiler Buddy Barkley 3 other Rotties were recruited as stand-ins, but the 1-year-old Barkley worked so well they were mostly unneeded.
Bowfinger Mutt Betsy Mindy My pick for 1999 Best Supporting Actress Oscar.
A Boy, a Girl and a Dog
A Boy and His Dog (1946) Buck
A Boy and His Dog (1975) Mutt Blood Superintelligent, loyal and telepathic.
A Boy Called Hate None given
A Boy of Flanders Great Dane Petrasche Teddy Teddy the Keystone Dog starred in many silent movies. See Teddy at the Throttle.
The Boy Who Could Fly Steve Berens, trainer.
Boyd’s Out German Shepherd None given Police dog.
The Boys from Brazil Doberman Pinscher
Boyz N the Hood Doberman Pinscher None given
The Brady Bunch Mutt Tiger Various Many dogs played Tiger before they gave up.
The Brain from Planet Arous
Brawn of the North German Shepherd Himself Strongheart Also in Silent Call, The Love Master, White Fang & The Return of Boston Blackie.
Brazil (1985) Pug Notice the bandage....
Breakfast of Champions Bulldog
Breakfast With Einstein Chihuahua
Breed of Courage German Shepherd Ranger
Breezy Sir Love-A-Lot Eagle
The Bridal Path German Shepherd
Bride of Re-Animator
The Bridges of Madison County Jack
Bridget Jones's Diary German Shepherd None given
Brigham Young Border Collie Tuffy Tuffy's last film; he became too ill to work. Also in The Mighty Treve, Hawk of the Wilderness, Stagecoach Days.
Bright Eyes (1934) Cairn Terrier Rags
Bring Him Home German Shepherd Buddy Bear The trainer’s real-life animal shelter was the set for the Pound and Laboratory.
Bringing Out the Dead Labrador Retriever None given Dogs as scenery, too.
Bringing Up Baby Fox Terrier (wirehaired) George Asta (formerly Skippy) The indefatigable Asta (The Thin Man) rides again.
Bristle Face German Wirehaired Pointer
The Brothers Garcia Rottweiler
Bubble Boy American Staffordshire Terrier, Pit Bull/Greyhound mix, Pit Bull mix, American Bulldog None given Although it appears the dogs are eating a carcass, they're actually looking for treats in a fake cow.
Buck and the Magic Bracelet German Shepherd
Buddy Briard
The Buddy Holly Story Raoul
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997; TV)
("Passion")
Pekingese Miss Sunshine
A Bullet is Waiting Shep
Bulletproof
Bullets Over Broadway Chihuahua
Bulman
("W.C. Fields was Right")
The 'Burbs Great Dane Landru
Mutt Vince
Poodle (Miniature) Queenie
Buried Alive (1990; TV) Rottweiler Duke
Buster Brown and His Dog Tige American Pit Bull Terrier / American Staffordshire Terrier Tige Pete Most famous as the Little Rascals' pal, Pete the Pup. Owned by Harry Lucenay.
Butter (1998)
Buzzin' Around American Pit Bull Terrier / American Staffordshire Terrier Pete Son of Pete of The Little Rascals, also played Pete the Pup in those films.
By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953) Mutt Max "Ain't we got fun?"
Bye Bye Love Ditka
The Byrds of Paradise Labrador Retriever

Title

Breed

Character Name

Dog Name

Comments

Cabaret (1972) Fox Terrier (Wirehaired)
Cabin Boy Bulldog
The Call of the Heart German Shepherd Dynamite Also in Hound of Silver Creek.
The Call of the Klondike (1926) German Shepherd Herself Lightning Girl
Call of the Klondike (1950) German Shepherd Chinook White GSD. See Northwest Territory.
The Call of the Wild (1908) Buck
The Call of the Wild (1923) Buck
The Call of the Wild (1935) St. Bernard Buck Buck (coincidentally named the same) Buck was trained by Carl Spitz, Toto's trainer. After making numerous films, someone poisoned Buck.
Newfoundland Curly
Mutt Prince
The Call of the Wild (1972) Buck
The Call of the Wild (1976; TV) Mutt (St. Bernard / Collie mix) Buck Bourbon Frank Weatherwax, trainer.
The Call of the Wild (1993; TV) Buck
The Call of the Wild: Dog of the Yukon (1997; TV) Leonberger Buck 4 dogs played the part.
The Call of the Wild (2000; TV) Mutt
(Malamute/timberwolf mix)
Buck Kavik Trained by Steve Woodley. Also in Stargate Sg-1.
German Shepherd Spitz Primo In real life, Primo and Kavik are den buddies. Primo is top dog.
Call of the Wilderness German Shepherd Himself Sandow Also in Avenging Fangs.
Call the Mesquiteers German Shepherd Flash See Flash the Wonder Dog.
Calling All Curs Poodle Garcon Three Stooges flick.
Mutt
Great Dane Politely eats at the table. With bib.
A Canine Detective
Carried Away Mutt (wolf mix) None given A few other dogs are seen.
Caryl of the Mountains (1936) German Shepherd Rin Tin Tin, Jr.
Carman: the Champion Golden Retriever None given
Casey Jones (1958) Cinder
Casino Royale
Cast Away
The Castle Greyhound Banshee, Starflash, Trailblazer, Coco and Son of Coco
Cats and Dogs (2001) Beagle Lou Buddy, Confusion, Coco, C.J. and Prada All dogs trained by Boone Narr.
Anatolian Shepherd Butch Noah (lead dog), Moses, Cain (stand-ins) All three Anatolians were rescue dogs. Also in Kate & Leopold.
Chinese Crested Peek Maggie, Marge
Old English Sheepdog Sam Bert
Saluki Ivy Fancy, Mia
Bloodhound Buddy Maggie, Daisy
Miniature Pinscher None given Baby, Batman, Bandit, Pats, Mouse and Vodoo
Mastiff
German Shepherd None given All the GSDs were actually a single dog.
Cedric’s World Dachshund Cedric Chewy 2 minutes of fun.
The Cell (2000) German Shepherd Valentine Tim White GSD.
Chain of Fools Maltese
Challenge of Rin Tin Tin German Shepherd Rin Tin Tin
Challenge to Lassie Collie (Rough) Lassie Pal Remake of Greyfriars Bobby.
Challenge to White Fang White Fang
The Champion (1915) Bulldog Charlie Chaplin film.
Charlie the Lonesome Cougar Chainsaw
Charmed Bulldog A date that’s a dog.
German Shepherd White GSD.
Cheaper By the Dozen Mr. Chairman
Cherry (1999) Mutt Paxil Marilyn
Chicago Hope ("A Goy and His Dog") Doctor, heal thy dog.
Chihuahua Chihuahua
Chips, the War Dog German Shepherd Chips Trained by Karl Miller. See Babe and Cujo.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Old English Sheepdog Edison Resolved: Wacky inventors must own one hairy dog.
Chihuahua None given Toby CCBB is also noted for its massive dog mob scene.
C.H.O.M.P.S. Mutt C.H.O.M.P.S. A boy and his robot dog.
Chopper Squad
("Surf Carnival")
A Christmas Story (1983) Various mutts and hounds None given
City of Angels (1998) Labrador Retriever Earl Dogs talk to angels... Maggie: "This is Earl."Seth: "I know. He told me."
Bassett Hound None given
City of Lost Children Presa Canario None given
Beauceron None given Animal wrangler read "vicious dog" on the call sheet and brought one. It bit Ron Perlman on the second take. (From DVD commentary.)
Various None given Mutt and Poodle used as transport by trained flea.
Golden Retriever None given
Clash of the Wolves German Shepherd Lobo Rin Tin Tin
Claws Mutt (GSD mix) Himself Lightnin
Clean Slate Jack Russell Terrier Barkley Stunt puppet crashed into the walls. Barkley was also in Full House.
Clifford (1994) Mutt
The Clock (1945) Chou Chou Judy Garland's dog.
Clue German Shepherd
Cluff Border Collie Clive Tuck John Holmes, owner/trainer.
Coach (1989; TV) Bassett Hound Quincy Isaac Isaac was rescued from the pound.
Code of the Air German Shepherd Silver Streak Also in Cross Breed.
Cold Dog Soup Jasper A boy and his dead dog.
College Hounds Various A "Dogville" film.
The Colony
(1995; TV)
Rusty
Columbo (TV) Bassett Hound Dog
Commando Doberman Pinscher None given Menaces Arnold in cargo.
The Company of Wolves Belgian Tervuren
Computer Boy
Con Air German Shepherd None given
Conan the Barbarian Rottweiler Wardogs A good illustration of how Romans and Conquistadors used wardogs.
German Shepherd Wolves
Conjugal Rights Toby Talking dog.
The Conversation Doberman Pinscher None given
Cool Hand Luke Bloodhound Blue
Corky Romano Dachshund Stimpy, Freddy, Turbo
German Shepherd Drew, Reno
Bull Terrier
Corrina, Corrina
A Couch in New York Golden Retriever
A Country Coyote Goes Hollywood Great Dane Prometheus
A Country Practice (1981) Australian Cattle Dog Cane Also appeared in "Denton." This show scares me – 13 years about a veterinary hospital. It probably needs its own page.
The Courage of Kavik, the Wolf Dog German Shepherd Kavik
The Courage of Lassie Collie (Rough) Lassie Pal
The Courage of the North German Shepherd Captain Also in Timber Terrors.
The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963) Poodle (Toy)
The Courtyard Poodle (Toy)
Cousin Bette (1998) Doberman Pinscher None given
Cow Dog Australian Shepherd Owned & trained by Jay Sieler.
Crash Zone
("Big Business")
Predator
Crazy in Alabama Chihuahua Binkums Gidget Gidget is famous as the Taco Bell spokesdog. Also in The Fan.
Crimetime (1996) Tibetan Terrier Katy
Crimson Rivers
Crimson Tide Jack Russell Terrier Bear
Crocodile (2000) Mutt (Poodle mix)
Cromwell King Charles Spaniel Ladybird
Great Dane None given
Cross Breed German Shepherd Silver Streak Also in Where Trails Begin.
Crossing the Bridge Drug-sniffing dogs.
C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation
("To Halve and to Hold")
Golden Retriever Sky
Golden Retriever None given Drug sniffing dog.
Bloodhound None given Drug sniffing dog.
("$35K OBO") Chihuahua None given
("Justice is Served") Great Dane Simba
("Burked") Golden Retriever None given
Cujo St. Bernard Cujo Daddy Daddy was trained by Karl Lewis Miller, who trained the dogs in Babe, Beethoven and K-9.

Title

Breed

Character Name

Dog Name

Comments

Daddy Long Legs (1931) Fox Terrier (Wirehaired)
DAG Yorkshire Terrier Betsy Ross
Daktari German Shepherd Prince
A Dalmatian's Point of View Dalmatian
Danger Bay (1985)
The Danger Girl (1916) Great Dane Himself Teddy
Dangerous Days Mastiff Musty Trained by Carl Spitz (Toto).
Danny (2001; TV) Golden Retriever Ziggy
Danny Boy (1946) German Shepherd Himself Ace Also in Blind Alibi.
Dante's Peak Mutt (possibly a Portuguese Podengoor Podengo mix) Sam Sam starred in Dr. Dolittle (1998).
Daredevils of the Red Circle Border Collie Tuffy Also in The Mighty Treve, Brigham Young, Pioneer Trail.
The Daring Dobermans Doberman Pinscher Sequel to The Doberman Gang.
D.A.R.Y.L. Mutt Joey
Date With Angels ("Francis Goes to School")
("The Pique of Pike")
A Date With Judy (1948) Great Dane None given
Daughter of Darkness (1948) German Shepherd None given
Dave's World Bloodhound Ernest Samantha Also in Amos 'n' Andrew, Samantha is a former search and rescue dog.
The Day After (1983; TV) Bloodhound
A Day at the Races Various None given Groucho is a vet, so there are a few dogs around. A bulldog plays a part later.
Daylight Weimaraner
D. C. (TV; 2000) Great Dane
Dead Calm
Dead in the Water (1991; TV) Rottweiler Rottweilers are getting maligned, I think.
Dead Man’s Gun (1997; TV) Mutt
(Malamute/timberwolf mix)
Kavic Also in Call of the Wild and Stargate SG-1.
Dead Ringer (1964) Great Dane Duke
Death Goes North German Shepherd Himself Rin Tin Tin, Jr.
The Deep (1977) Charlotte Saucy
The Demolitionist Doberman Pinscher
Dennis the Menace (1959; TV) Mutt (Airedale mix) Ruff Pluto Dennis' dog. Trained by Bob Blair, owned by Frank Inn.
Cairn Terrier Fremont Danny Mr. Wilson's pet. Also in Anatomy of a Murder, Pal Joey and I Love Lucy.
Mutt (Beagle mix) Bugey Also in Dondi and 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.
Dennis the Menace (1993) Briard Ruff Rosie
Dennis the Menace Strikes Again Briard Ruff Rosie
The Dentist (1996)
Denton Australian Cattle Dog Cane Also in "A Country Practice."
Desert Justice German Shepherd Himself Braveheart
The Deserter German Shepherd
Destiny
Detective K-9 German Shepherd Himself Fearless Also in Dumb Romeo.
Deuce Bigalow, Male Gigolo German Shepherd
Devil Dog: Hound From Hell Mutt Skipper Offed to make way for world domination.
German Shepherd Lucky, Lady Lucky, ye olde demon dogge.
Great Dane Prince
Dharma & Greg Cardigan Welsh Corgi Nunzio Bud Nunzio belongs to Stinky in D&G land. Also in The Accidental Tourist. Trained by Boone Narr.
Mutt (Briard mix) Stinky Chewy
("It Never Happened One Night") Poodle (Toy) Duchess Smuggled into the club.
Pug, Peke, Cocker, Collie, Doxie & Lab None given Dharma the dogwalker.
Diagnosis Murder (TV)
("A Mime is a Terrible Thing to Waste")
Mutt Thor A mutt, a mime, a murder.
Diamonds for Breakfast Pekingese Mandy Also in The Yellow Rolls Royce.
Diana (1973; TV) Great Dane
Diary of a Mad Housewife Poodle (Standard)
Dick Checkers Official Presidential dog-walkers.
Shar Pei
The Dick Van Dyke Show German Shepherd Larry Larry is Buddy Sorrell's dog.
("The Ugliest Dog in the World") Horrible
Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World Old English Sheepdog Digby
Dinner At Eight (1933) Pekingese
The Dinner Game Labrador Retriever None given Another unidentifiable dog is in the background.
Poodle (Standard) None given
Dirkham Detective Agency Poodle (Standard)
Disturbing Behavior Australian Shepherd None given
The Doberman Gang Doberman Pinscher Bonnie, Clyde, Baby Face Nelson
Dobie Gillis ("Lassie, Get Lost!") Mutt (Bearded Collie mix) Poo Poo "But you said he was 3 feet tall!"
"When he stands on his hind legs!"
[Note: This show had a few different titles, so I'm just filing it here.] Mutt Poo Poo, aka "Fido" Will the real Poo Poo stand up?
Doc Hollywood Coonhound None given
Dr. Dolittle (1967) Labrador Retriever Jip
Great Dane Rufus Baron Also in Live a Little, Love a Little.
Dr. Dolittle (1998) Mutt
(see Dante's Peak)
Lucky Sam Sam was rescued from the pound. There are plenty of other dogs in the movie. Also in Dante’s Peak.
Dr. Dolittle 2 Dalmatian Freckles Freckles was one of the Dals who played "Pongo" in 101 Dalmatians. And Lucky is back, as well.
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Alaskan Malamute Wolf Cody (stand-ins include Mika, Indy, Chaz and King) Also in The Lost Boys and On Deadly Ground.
A Dog and his Boy
The Dog and the Diamonds
The Dog Detective
Dog House (1990; TV) Digby Body
Dog Law German Shepherd Ranger
A Dog Lost, Strayed or Stolen
The Dog of Dogs Himself Fearless Owned and trained by Louis Vokali.
A Dog of Flanders (1914)
A Dog of Flanders (1935) German Shepherd Patrasche Lightning Lightning was the grandson of superstar Strongheart (The Silent Call).
A Dog of Flanders (1959) Mutt (Lab mix) Patrasche Spike Spike is most famous as Old Yeller. Also in "The Westerner."
A Dog of Flanders (1999) Bouvier Des Flandres Patrasche Trainer Cindy James Cullen used three dogs to play P. at various ages.
A Dog of the Regiment German Shepherd Himself Rin Tin Tin Rinty won the most votes as Best Actor for the 1st Academy Awards in 1928, but was disqualified by the judges.
Dog Park Mutt
(Border Collie / Australian Shepherd)
Mogley Casey Also on Goosebumps. Trainer Brian Renfro, handler Tiffany Wall.
Newfoundland Peanut Blackie 3 dozen other dogs in this film.
Boxer Dew, Lily
Poodle (Miniature) Monte
Yorkshire Terrier Poppy
The Dog People
Dog Scents German Shepherd Himself Fearless Also in Dog of Dogs.
Dog Shy Mutt Duke
Dog Story Mutt (terrier mix) Dog Emmet
Dogboys (aka "Tracked") Prisoners as attack bait. See Mean Dog Blues.
Dogfight German Shepherd Captain
Dogpound Shuffle
A Dog's Best Friend (1960) German Shepherd
Dog's Best Friend (1997; TV)
A Dog's Good Deed Collie (Rough) Himself Shep One of many movies starring Shep. See Shep, the Hero.
A Dog's Life (1918) Mutt Scraps Mut Charlie Chaplin film. Mut was rescued from the Los Angeles pound and won the part over more than 30 other dogs.
A Dog's Love Collie (Rough) Himself Shep
A Dog's Pal Various Dogville short. See also Dogway Melody.
Dogs Various A "dogs go wild" horror movie. GSDs, Grt. Danes, Sheepdogs, lap dogs and even a Benji-looking dog.
Dogs of Hell (1982) Rottweiler Another "artificially created killer dog, oops" flick.
The Dogwalker (1999) Bullmastiff Lucky Tanner Tanner is a show dog.
A Dogway Melody Boston Terrier Queenie Oscar A "Dogville" flick. Also in Love Parade.
Dogwoman: Dead Dog Walking Kelty
Dogwoman: A Grrrl’s Best Friend Kelty
Dogwoman: The Legend of Dogwoman Kelty
Dominick and Eugene O'Malley
Dondi Mutt (Beagle mix) Bugey Also in Dennis the Menace and 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.
Don't Bother to Knock (1952) Dalmatian Marilyn Monroe acts crazy and the Dalmatian acts deaf.... hmmm.
Don't Tell Her It’s Me Doberman Pinscher
Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Doom Runners Australian Cattle Dog
Doomsday at Bikini Beach Chihuahua Agent Ihen, Agent Brown, Agent Flash Meg, Brownie, Flash Sequel to Attack of the 50 foot Chihuahua from Outer Space.
The Doris Day Show Lord Nelson
Double Take (2001) Pomeranian Dolores Willow, Sasha, Maui
Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) Border Collie Matisse Mike Mike was also in Up The Creek.
Mutt Kerouac Unfaithful Kerouac hits the road.
Dragnet (1967; TV)
("The Big Dog")
("Juvenile")
("Auto-Theft Dognappers")
The Drew Carey Show Golden Retriever Speedy Ajax Ajax was the understudy for Comet in Full House.
Pug Antonio Mimi's pooch. So she's not all bad, right?
("Miss Right") Jack Russell Terrier Baby Neighbor's dog.
Jack Russell Terrier None given Drew's peace offering to his girlfriend.
Puli Lucky Lucky before the shave…
Portuguese Water Dog Lucky …and after.
Drift Fence Border Collie Tuffy Also in The Mighty Treve, Brigham Young, Stagecoach Days.
Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999) Dachshund Kenny
Duck Soup (1933) Great Dane None given Dog that barks from Harpo's tattoo.
Dude, Where's My Car? Mutt (Chihuahua mix) Jackyl Sydney The "smoking dog" effect was achieved with an animatronic dog.
Due South Siberian Husky Diefenbaker Lincoln Every star has stand-ins: Lincoln's are Chinook and Keri-Ann.
Siberian Husky Diefenbaker Draco Draco replaced retiring Lincoln as the deaf Dief. Draco's sister Cinder is his stuntdog.
Siberian Husky Maggie Dief's love interest and the mother of his cubs. (Dief is supposed to be half wolf.)
Duel of Hearts Great Dane None given
The Duke Black and Tan Coonhound Hubert Crockett, Copper, Simon Trained by Debra Coe (Air Bud).
Poodle Coquette Emma
Bassett Hound Daisy Camilla
The Dukes of Hazzard Bassett Hound Flash Roscoe's dog.
Dumb and Dumber (1994) Various
Dumb and Dumber (1995; TV)
Dumb Romeo German Shepherd Himself Fearless Also in String of Diamonds.
Dune (1984) Pug Pugs in space.
Dunston Checks In Cairn Terrier Neil Champion 3-story Dumpster Diver.
Dusty Dingo Dusty
Dzagli (aka "The Dog")

Updated December 23rd, 2001
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