||The main character of the game, Amaterasu is the Japanese Shinto sun goddess, who has inhabited the form of a white wolf.
||Final Fantasy VIII
||Full name: Sant' Angelo di Roma, the canine companion of Rinoa Heartilly. She assists Rinoa in most of her Limit Breaks.
||The pet dog of Lucas' family and eventual party member.
||Rule of rose
||Dirty Brown. A Labrador, loyal and able to track what Jennifer needs dog in the game..
||Grand Theft Auto V
||Xbox 360/PlayStation 3/PC
||The pet dog of Lamar Davis, Chop is eventually taken care of by Franklin Clinton.
||Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
||PC · Xbox One · PS4 · Xbox 360 · PS4
||D-Dog is one of the available buddies that can be found and deployed for use in missions alongside Snake.
||Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
||He is in charge of the Happy Home Showcase and is the twin brother of Isabelle.
||WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgames!
||Game Boy Advance • Gamecube • Virtual Console
||A large anthropomorphic bulldog with red hair, who stands on his hind legs. He wears a blue jumpsuit with a picture of a teddy bear on the back, and a green hat which bears his logo. He seems to be large, burly and gruff, but he is quite calm and friendly, though perhaps not as intelligent.
|Dogamy and Dogaressa (Dogi)
||A pair of minibosses encountered in Snowdin Forest. They appear later as NPCs in Grillby's and are members of the Royal Guard. They use primarily their sense of smell to detect others and very little else, implying their eyesight is inferior - much like Doggo, who either of them may be biologically related to. Despite this they love each other dearly, and this is shown in their attacks in battle, using heart-shaped attacks and coordinating their axe strikes to form a heart-shape with the gaps between their blades. At the beginning of the game the couple are #2 Nose Nuzzle Champions, having lost the number one position to Toriel and Asgore.
||Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP
||iOS • Android • PC
||The companion of Logfella the lumberjack
||A miniboss encountered in Snowdin Forest. He is later found as an NPC in Grillby's. He is a member of the Royal Guard. He is unable to see objects that are still since he can only sense things that are moving. He dislikes things or people that can appear or transport themselves without making a movement.
||PC · Xbox One · PS4
||Currently, no information is known about Dogmeat's past and whether or not he had an owner. In Fallout 4, Mama Murphy is the one to tell you his name and also suggests that he was with them and was sent to look for help when you first meet her (Coincidentally, as you can take him anywhere and skip that quest, he did not do a very good job of letting you know there was a need for you to go there), suggesting that he belonged to a member of the group or the group as a whole.
|Duck Hunt Dog
||NES • 3DS • Wii U
||An iconic pooch with an unparalleled sense of humor.
||PC Wii Nintendo DS
||Star Fox 64
||Commander-in-chief of the Cornerian Defense Forces.
||Animal Crossing: City Folk, Animal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
||Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo 3DS
||A pink poodle who runs the Shampoodle barber shop.
||The main character's companion throughout the game, a 4-year-old white German shepherd.
||Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, Mario Kart 8 (DLC)
||Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U
||Assists the player in his or her new role as the town mayor as their secretary and assistant. She is also the twin sister of Digby, who works and stands in the front entrance to the Happy Home Showcase.
||The main character of the game; a happy-go-lucky mutt on a mission to rescue the girl dog of his dreams, Daisy.
||Nintendo 64 • Nintendo Gamecube • Nintendo DS • Wii • Nintendo 3DS
||A dog who has appeared in all of the Animal Crossing games to date. His purpose is performing music for the player.
||Dog who can summon a persona.
||One of the monsters who is encountered in Snowdin Forest. It is also part of the Royal Guard and is is later found as an NPC in Grillby's. It stretches its neck at a seemingly limitless rate when being petted.
||He stars in a mini-game called "Missile Omikuji", where he tells fortunes to players in his "enthusiastic" style. Missile is a Pomeranian with thick fur of brown and white. He is very excitable from loud noises and strangers by barking at (greeting) them. However, he is very loyal, doing anything in his power to protect his owners Lynne and Kamila.
|PaRappa the Rapper
||PaRappa the Rapper
||Trying to impress the love of his life. He motivates himself out of problems with his catchphrase, "I Gotta Believe!" His name comes from the Japanese term for 'paper thin'.
||An anthropomorphic alien dog with the ability to transform into a large monstrous form whenever he is hurt or scared.
||SNES · GBA
||Similar to a dog yet has no visible ears or nose; looks very little like a dog and somewhat like a duck.
||Fallout: New Vegas
||PC · Xbox 360 · PS3
||The King's pet Cyberdog, loaned to The Courier originally for a quest, then on a semi-permanent basis.
||Mega Man 3
||Mega Man's robot dog companion, able to transform into several vehicle forms as part of his support role.
||Call of Duty: Ghosts
||PC · Xbox One · Xbox 360 · PS3 · PS4
||This loyal military dog accompanies the Protagonist on a series of missions spanning the globe.
||Dead to Rights (series)
||Xbox · PS2 · GCN · PC · PS3 · PSP · GBA · Xbox 360
||Jack Slate's dog. Can perform instant takedowns, and is available for stealth missions in Retribution.
||Sega Mega-CD • Amiga 1200
||A dog who must rescue his home planet from invading forces.