Dogs can gain fame for many different reasons: acting in movies or TV shows; inspiring memes or making people smile with cute photos – among many other activities.

Balto the Sled Dog made waves in 1925 when he braved fierce winds, a blizzard, and crackling river ice to deliver lifesaving medicines to Alaskan towns suffering from diphtheria. He became a beloved hero.

German Shepherd

GSDs are highly esteemed dogs known for their intelligence, agility, obedience, strength, herding abilities and protective demeanor. Common uses for them include herding sheep or helping blind people see better; in addition they possess powerful personalities with protective tendencies.

German Shepherds proved their mettle during World War I as soldiers’ escorts, messengers and sentries; they even led wounded or blinded soldiers safely back home for medical attention.

Rin Tin Tin

Rin Tin Tin quickly rose to fame when American serviceman Lee Duncan discovered him during World War I on a battlefield and later went on to star in many films as the iconic German Shepherd star.

Duncan quickly recognized that his dog could help tell a compelling tale with actions, emotions and portrayals that would give a real feel of a character.

He approached Hollywood producers and persuaded them that his dog was an ideal subject for cinema. Soon enough, his dog began appearing in films featuring traditional Western plots with exciting action scenes that provided ample material.


Nipper was the beloved canine mascot for Bud Light beer and became an Instagram sensation thanks to his signature toothy grin. He became one of the world’s best-known dogs.

Nipper was given his nickname due to his habit of nibbling the legs of visitors like a puppy. Following Mark Barraud’s penniless death in 1887, Francis (Mark’s younger brother and painter) moved Nipper from Paris to Liverpool with him, where Francis noticed how fascinated Nipper was by an antique Phonograph machine which played records and records simultaneously.


Dug from “The Littlest Hobo” is one of the most beloved fictional pets ever to make television history. He earned this distinction by winning over both viewers and cast members alike as they became attached to him as part of their family unit.

Fala, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Scottish Terrier companion and Oval Office official dog was another canine legend. As part of Roosevelt’s business meetings and international trips, Fala would accompany his owner on every venture and visit.

As with Toto and Spuds MacKenzie, Pal was another rough collie known for starring as female characters on-screen. Additionally, he is best-known as being in Cujo movie as lead.


The Pug is a breed of dog distinguished by a short muzzle and tightly curled tail, as well as having wrinkled skin on its face. Available colors range from apricot fawn, silver and black, and with not many dog attack problems.

Pugs are charming dogs that enjoy making friends easily and making people laugh. One such Pug is Doug the Pug, with over 3.8 million followers on Instagram alone and often meeting celebrities – not to mention having his own book and line of toys!

Cesar Dog

Cesar Millan, widely hailed as the “Dog Whisperer“, has earned international renown for his ability to calm aggressive dogs and train their humans. Additionally, he has written several New York Times bestsellers and operates an animal rehabilitation center dedicated solely to pups.

He travels the world giving lectures and staging performances, hosting seminars on human-dog relationships and even appearing as the star in National Geographic’s dog training series.


Although Sigmund Freud is best known for his psychoanalytic theories, he also enjoyed spending time with animals. One of his favorites was a Chow named Jofi or Yofi that often joined him at work.

From Scooby-Doo’s Great Dane to Cujo’s terrifying hound, dogs in films and television programs have provided audiences with generations of enjoyment.

Lassie was beloved Rough Collie who found adventure and saved the day during a 19-season television series from 1954 to 1974, played by six different canine actors over her lifetime.


Norbert, a 3-pound therapy dog known for sporting bowties with flair. As well as being part of the Manny & Friends Foundation and making everyone smile, Norbert makes everyone laugh!

Kevin enjoys travel and experiencing new things, his sharp mind likely drawn towards spirituality and mysticism; you tend to be sensitive, intuitive and graceful; perhaps you even possess psychic abilities! Kevin is a natural adventurer whose heart’s desire lies with freedom – your life constantly evolving as is your outlook! You are more than your commonplace form of stupidity or cringe!


Fala the Scottish Terrier gained more fan mail than Franklin Delano Roosevelt during his presidency of the United States – as she followed Franklin Delano Roosevelt everywhere! Fala gained international renown.

Jasper is an exquisite stone for nurturing spirit and body alike, helping to balance yin and yang and dissipate fear and obsession while supporting digestion, endocrine systems and dispelling bloating. Additionally, its high protective powers also clear environmental pollution such as electromagnetic noise pollution.


Doge is actually Kabosu, a Shiba Inu from Japan that became famous due to a viral 2010 photo showing her making various sidelong glances which could be taken as either concerned, judgmental, or confused.

Markus has kept a close watch over the Dogecoin community despite withdrawing from daily development work. In particular, he was wary of Moolah Exchange, a cryptocurrency exchange which hired members from within it for key positions.

Ironic Doge memes experienced a post-peak surge of popularity, giving rise to an online community on Reddit at /r/DogeLore. Furthermore, Elon Musk publicly expressed his endorsement for this cryptocurrency.