Walter: A dog from the book Walter the Farting Dog.|
Wally: Dachshund found in Drabble, a comic strip created by Kevin Fagan.
Talero: A German shepherd who loyally stayed next to his owner, Bernardo Leonidas Quiros, for 23 days, after Quiros died in a snow storm in Argentina.
Sallie Ann Jarrett: Civil War mascot of the 11th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry regiment, whose bronze statue is part of the regimental monument at Gettysburg.
Pal: A Collie, played Lassie in the movie Lassie Come Home.
Meatball: A female bull terrier, in the TV show Baa Baa Blacksheep.
Meatball: An English Bulldog owned by Adam Sandler, appeared in feature films including Little Nicky and starred in the short A Day with the Meatball.
Marshall: A dog from the animation PAW Patrol.
Malchik: A mongrel street dog who resided in the Moscow Metro, and whose stabbing death sparked a public outcry.
Loyal Heart Dog: One of the Care Bear Cousins in the animation Care Bears. He has blue fur with a white heart-shaped patch over one eye, and his tummy symbol is a red heart-shaped medal.
General Pepper: A dog from the game Star Fox 64, commander-in-chief of the Cornerian Defense Forces.
General: Mascot of The Citadel introduced 2003.
Gandalf: A black Shiloh Shepherd Search and Rescue dog owned by Misha Marshall, found missing boy scout Michael Auberry in March 2007.
Fala: U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Scottish Terrier, was a gift from Roosevelt's cousin, Margaret Suckley.
Endal: A service dog voted "Dog of the Millennium", famous for extraordinary ability to help his human partner, a disabled veteran, with many aspects of his life, for over a decade, and his role in the promotion of service dog programs.
Dougal: A Skye Terrier dog in the animation The Magic Roundabout, the main character.
Coal: Bearded Collie, one of the dogs in the movie The Shaggy Dog.
Chalky: A Jack Russell Terrier belonging to English chef and presenter Rick Stein.
Chalcy: A Weimaraner, is featured in hundreds of photos in books and DVDs in the "101 Dog Tricks" series by Kyra Sundance.
Carface V. Malone: Huge American Pitt Bull dog in the animated movie All Dogs Go To Heaven.
Cafall: A dog belonging to King Arthur, occasionally spelled "Cabal" or "Caval".
Cabal: The white German Shepherd Dog belonging to Neil Gaiman, who frequently features in his blog.
Balto: Siberian Husky found in the animated movie Balto based on a true story.
Balto: A famous sled dog, was the lead dog on the final leg of the 1925 serum run to Nome. Balto was memorialized with a statue in New York's Central Park.
Baltic: Whose rescue on the Baltic sea received worldwide attention, became the mascot and "crew-member" of Baltica, the Polish research vessel that rescued him.
Baleia: Later adapted into the 1963 Brazilian classic Vidas Secas.
Algonquin: Poodle left to Elvira by her grandmother in the 1988 movie Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.
Alex: The Golden Retriver mascot for Stoh’s Beer, this character earned the viewers love by its deft fetching and opening of the beer bottle. The real name for the dog was Banjo.
Albie: Ellie Mae’s Mutt dog in the first season of popular TV show The Beverly Hillbillies.
Alan: Neapolitan Mastiff appeared in Babe 2: Pig in the City in 1998.
Al: Female mutt character in 1993 movie Hocus Pocus.