the Most Famous Dogs of All Time

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Marley, Marley & Me

They were raised and trained to retrieve, as their name implies. Labradors are still employed for their original function, but they are also great family pets and guiding dogs.

Beethoven, Beethoven

The beloved 1992 film's Ludwig van Beethoven-named Saint. Bernard pup. The film used this breed because they are trustworthy, friendly, and smart.

Slinky, Toy Story

Dachshunds are brave despite their little size. Bill thinks they are bright, devoted, and good-tempered like Slinky from Toy Story.

Lady, Lady and The Tramp

The 1955 Walt Disney animated cartoon follows these cute puppies. Lady, an American Cocker Spaniel, is a fashionable and popular companion dog.

Toto, The Wizard of Oz

Dorothy grins with her gorgeous Cairn Terrier puppy, Toto, in The Wizard of Oz. This joyful musical is one of the most memorable films in history.

Babe: Pig in The City

The Jack Russell Terrier on wheels from Babe: Pig in the City is another classic. Despite its small stature, the Jack Russell Terrier is brave, courageous, confident, and sociable.

Copper, Fox and The Hound

Copper from Fox and the Hound is probably a Bloodhound or Coonhound.

Lassie, Lassie Come Home

Rough Collies, traditionally used as herding dogs, are extremely amiable and make excellent companion dogs for families.

Bruiser, Legally Blonde

Bruiser, Elle Wood's beloved Chihuahua, is one of Hollywood's most renowned dogs. These energetic canines are plenty of character.

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