List of fictional dogs
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This list of fictional dogs is subsidiary to the list of fictional animals. It is restricted to notable dog characters from the world of fiction. For real/famous dogs, see List of dogs. For mythological dogs, see Mythological dogs.
Prose and poetry
- Only songs with dog characters are included in this section. Not metaphorical dogs or songs with "dog" in the title.
- Apollo, from various Coheed & Cambria songs, whose name appears in the titles of their third and fourth albums
- Arrow, from Harry Nilsson's single "Me and My Arrow", also featured in The Point!
- "Atomic Dog" by George Clinton
- Bingo, from the spelling song of the same name. It's worth noting that the lyrics do not make it clear whether Bingo is the name of the dog or the farmer.
- "Black Shuck", song by The Darkness about the spectral black dog, Black Shuck
- Boo, from "Me and You and a Dog Named Boo", 1971 song by Lobo (aka Roland Kent Lavoie)
- "Bow Wow Wow Wow (Wild Dog on the Prowl)" sung by Mitch Ryder with Was (Not Was)
- Carlos, "A little chihuahua ... that had some kind of skin disease and was totally blind" in the song "Frank's Wild Years" by Tom Waits.
- "Death of a Martian", Red Hot Chili Peppers song about the death of Flea's dog Martian, from the 2006 album Stadium Arcadium.
- "Evelyn, A Modified Dog", from the eponymous song on Frank Zappa's One Size Fits All (1975).
- "Feed Jake", song about a dog named Jake by Pirates of the Mississippi
- Fido, talking dog from the Frank Zappa song "Stinkfoot" from his album Over-Nite Sensation (1973).
- Frank, in "Classified" by C. W. McCall
- Frunobulax, a large poodle, appears on the Frank Zappa and the Mothers album Roxy and Elsewhere (1973).
- "Gonna Buy Me A Dog", by The Monkees
- "(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?", popular song by Bob Merrill, 1953, recorded by Patti Page
- "I Love My Dog", by Cat Stevens
- Jack, Crazy Chester's dog in "The Weight" by The Band
- "Martha My Dear" by the Beatles (Paul McCartney's sheepdog)
- "Old King" by Neil Young
- "Ol' Red", prison dog from the song of the same name, recorded by George Jones, Kenny Rogers and Blake Shelton
- "Old Shep" by Red Foley as also sung by Elvis Presley and many other country performers
- "Old Tige", by Jim Reeves
- Quiche Lorraine, two-inch tall green poodle, from a song of the same name by The B-52's from the album Wild Planet
- Seamus, in song by same name (from Meddle) by Pink Floyd
- Where, O Where Has My Little Dog Gone?, with his ears cut short and his tail cut long
- Sinatra, dog named after the singer for its blue eyes in the 2002 song "Sinatra" by Canadian folk singer James Keelaghan
- Strider, Merle dog in Over the Hills and Far Away by Led Zeppelin
- The dog who "up and died" in "Mr. Bojangles", written by Jerry Jeff Walker
- Stubb, from the song "Stubb (A Dub)" by Mr. Bungle
- A dog that won't get off the furniture in "Get Down" by Gilbert O'Sullivan
- "The Puppy song" by Harry Nilsson
- "The Nudist & Mr. Pendleton" by fictional band The Lavender Fudge Experience (from the TV series Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?)
- Queenie, dog who was shot and killed in "Queenie's Song" by Guy Clark (co-written with Terry Allen) 2002
Sporting and advertising mascots
- Axelrod, in advertisements for Flying A Service Stations
- Big Mo for Alpo dog food
- Boo, The Citadel, named after Lt. Col. Thomas Nugent Courvoisie, known by most as "The Boo". In 2013 they introduced Boo X
- Brutus, mascot for the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
- Bullseye, Bull Terrier mascot of Target Corporation
- Colin Curly, bulldog mascot for Quavers. Voice by Lenny Henry
- Cobi, Catalan sheepdog as the mascot for the 1992 Summer Olympics
- Dinky, chihuahua for Taco Bell fast food restaurant
- Dubs, mascot of the Washington Huskies
- Duke, in advertisements for Bush Baked Beans
- General The Citadel introduced 2003, in 2013 introduced General II aka G2
- Farfel the Dog, in advertisements for Nestle Quick chocolate
- Handsome Dan, mascot of the Yale Bulldogs
- Jack the Bulldog, mascot of the Georgetown Hoyas
- Jason, in advertisements for Hush Puppies
- Johnathan, mascot of the UConn Huskies
- Lady Greyhound, mascot of the Greyhound Lines Bus Company
- McGruff the Crime Dog, for the National Crime Prevention Council
- Nipper, in advertisements for RCA
- Reveille, mascot of Texas A&M University
- Rhett, mascot of the Boston University Terriers
- Rocket, cartoon canine in Life is Good Company advertisements
- Striker, mascot of the 1994 FIFA World Cup
- Smokey, mascot of the Tennessee Volunteers
- Sparky, fire dog icon for National Fire Protection Association
- Spuds MacKenzie, Budweiser beer mascot
- Uga, mascot of Georgia Bulldogs
- Woofer Dog Whitten, mascot of the Western Bulldogs
Other fictional dogs
- Boggins in the radio show Adam and Joe on BBC 6 Music, 2009, voiced by Adam Buxton.* Fairfield Industrial Dog Object, FIDO, very large moving dog sculpture in Australia
- "Froofie the Dog", fictional cartoon dog from a Bill Cosby monologue of the same name from Inside the Mind of Bill Cosby
- Power Pup, superhero dog from the Microsoft Office Assistant
- FidoNet logo
- Dog on the Tuckerbox, allegorical dog depicted at an historical monument in New South Wales, Australia
- Lapák the dachshund in Leoš Janáček's opera The Cunning Little Vixen 
- List of famous dogs
- List of fictional canines
- List of robotic dogs
- Dogs Playing Poker
- List of fictional cats and other felines
- Category:Films about dogs
- Cheek, Timothy (2003). Pr'hody lisky Bystrousky, The Cunning Little Vixen: Translations and Pronunciation, Vol. 1, p. 89. Scarecrow Press
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