Sounding Dog Names from Animated Cartoon Movie

Dogs are often seen in TV, Movies, Books and Comic Strips, many of them have been super stars and known by everyone. Do you have your favorite famous dog stars? When naming your puppy, you can get inspirations from your favorite cartoons or animated movies. Now let’s see what fun among these star dog names is. 


Bingo is a fun dog name; you may hear this song when you are a child. There was a farmer who had a dog, and Bingo was his name-o. In the movie Bingo, he is a runaway circus dog who saves the life of a young boy. They became best friends and they were skateboarding, playing pinball, and doing math homework together.


We know that President Bill Clinton owned a male chocolate-colored Labrador retriever named Buddy; unfortunately he died after being hit by a car.

There are several dogs named Buddy in the movie. In the movie Air Bud, Buddy is a dog who has the uncanny ability to play basketball. In the movie Bright Him Home, Buddy is a dog owned by Ricky, a tough street kid. In the movie My Dog Buddy, Buddy is a dog left behind Little Ted when he is orphaned in a tragic car accident and taken to hospital.


In the animated TV series Animaniacs, Buttons is a dog that takes care of Mindy. The girl named Mindy is always getting into trouble, Buttons tries desperately to keep Mindy safe and he always succeeds.

In the movie Lady Be Good, Buttons is a dog owned by Marilyn. Marilyn and her husband divorced by they are still in love, Buttons tries to get them back together.


Droopy is an anthropomorphic dog with a droopy face, he is an animated cartoon character created in 1943 by Tex Avery. When finally roused to anger, often by a bad guy laughing heartily at him, Droopy is capable of beating adversaries twice his size with a comical thrashing.


Goofy is one of the most popular characters of Disney, he is a tall and anthropomorphic dog. He wears a tall hat designed as a rumpled fedora. Goofy is a close friend of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck.

Goofy is extremely clumsy and having little intelligence, yet this interpretation isn't always definitive; occasionally Goofy is shown as intuitive and clever, albeit in his own unique, eccentric way.


Happy is a good dog name, it tells an active attitude to the life and it makes us feeling happiness.

In the TV series 7th Heaven, Happy is a female West Highland white terrier dog, she wouldn't be "happy" anywhere else unless remaining with the Camden family.


In the movie Road Rovers, Hunter is the leader of the Road Rovers. He possesses super speed, and is prone to listing a range of other "powers" such as super-loyalty, super-trust, and super-luck. He and Colleen have romantic feelings for each other.


Kipper is a warm-hearted, friendly and curious dog in the animated TV series and books. Kipper is not at all selfish, though he is known to be a hoarder.


Lucky is a really hot dog name, it has been popular as a dog name for several years and it often appears in the movie and TV series. 

In the movie Pound Puppies, Lucky is a Golden Retriever and German shepherd mix, he is the leader of the Shelter 17 Pound Puppies unit. His job is to find homes for stray dogs. 

In the movie My Magic Dog, Lucky is an invisible dog, he comes to a lonely young heir's rescue by preventing the lad's greedy aunt from bilking him out of his fortune. 

In the movie You Lucky Dog, Lucky is a sheep dog that helps rescue children trapped in a forest fire and brings them to safety.


Pluto is another popular dog character from Disney; he is light brown, medium-sized and short-haired. Pluto is most often the companion of Mickey Mouse, although he first appeared as Minnie Mouse's dog Rover in the film The Picnic.


Sparky means animated and lively, so it is perfect for an active and sports dog name.

In the animated movie Remake Frankenweenie, Sparky is a dog of Victor that was revived by his owner. 

Sparky is Stan's dog, he appeared in "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride". Stan was very upset that Sparky was gay, provoking Sparky to run away to "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Animal Sanctuary", where he would live with other gay animals.


Snoopy is a cartoon dog in the long-running comic strip Peanuts. He is Charlie Brown's pet dog. Snoopy began his life in the strip as a fairly conventional dog, but eventually evolved into the most recognizable comic characters in the world.

Of course there are more original cartoon dog characters in the movies, TV series, books and comic strips. You can learn something from names of these dogs. As the movie and cartoon fans, we hope you can get your perfect dog name from these fantasy original works.  

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