36 Famous and Unique Saint Bernard Dog Names

The St. Bernard is a breed of very large working dog from Swiss Alps and north Italy, originally bred for rescue. The breed has become famous through tales of alpine rescues, as well as for its enormous size.


If you are looking for the famous St. Bernard dog names, here will be the full list so far. Our collection of Famous Saint Bernard dog names contain those celebrities in reality and movies, comic strips, and Television series.

Real St. Bernard Dogs

Bamse: A Norwegian dog honoured for exploits during World War II memorial statue in Montrose, Scotland.


Barry: The highly trained Alpine mountain rescue dog earned fame for saving more than 40 lives in his lifetime.
Bernie: Mascot of the Colorado Avalanche, the Siena Saints and the Northampton Saints.
Burtonswood: English and Irish Crufts Supreme Champion in 1974.
Gumbo: Team mascot for the New Orleans Saints.
Porthos: J.M. Barrie's St. Bernard dog.
Schnorbitz: On-stage partner of British comedian Bernie Winters during his later career.
Schotzie: Beloved pets and mascots of Cincinnati Reds' owner Marge Schott.
Scipio: Saint Bernard of Orville Wright.
Wallace: Mascot of The Canadian Scottish Regiment.

Fictional St. Bernard Dogs

Andy: The faithful St. Bernard dog companion of Mark Trail in the comic strip Mark Trail.


Batsman: A St. Bernard in Astrid Lindgren's story Vi pa Saltkrakan.
Beethoven: A large, friendly but troublesome St. Bernard in the 1992 comedy film Beethovenand.
Behemoth: The son of Bolivar in some comic strips.
Bernie: Another name of Bolivar.
Bolivar: A non-anthropomorphic St. Bernard dog belonging to Donald Duck.
Bornworthy: Another name of Bolivar.
Buck: Half St. Bernard and half "Scotch shepherd dog" from Jack London's novel, The Call of the Wild.
Charlie Dog: One of the most famous cartoon characters, and he is Half Collie, Half Airedale, Half Pekingese, and Half St. Bernard.
Chubby: One of Beethoven's baby St. Bernard dog.
Cujo: A rabid St. Bernard dog in the book and in the movie Cujo written by Stephen King.
Dolly: One of Beethoven's baby St. Bernard dog.
Dreyfus: The St. Bernard and Golden Retriever mix on Empty Nest.
George: A St. Bernard dog from the 1971 movie George.
H. G. Wells: The father's pet in the British TV series and the movie Father Dear Father.
Howard: An enormous but lovable St. Bernard dog from the cartoon series Howard Huge.
Lucky: St. Bernard mix in the television movie You Lucky Dog, and he is famous for being able to read dog's minds.
Michelangelo: St. Bernard Beethoven's double à la The Prince and the Pauper.
Missy: Beethoven's wife.
Mo: One of Beethoven's baby St. Bernard dog.
Nana: A St. Bernard dog in the Disney and Columbia Pictures Peter Pan movies.
Neil: The martini-slurping St. Bernard of George and Marion Kerby in the 1950s television series Topper.
Nero: The St. Bernard in Laura Ingalls Wilder's The First Four Years .
Ralphie: Jaren's dog in the animated TV series Lazer Tag Academy.
Rufus: Fluke's friend in the movie Fluke based on the book by James Herbert.
Tchaikovsky: One of Beethoven's baby St. Bernard dog.
Tyko: Calvin's Labrador Retriever and St. Bernard mix dog on the television movie Life is Ruff.

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