Can You Figure Out What Breed These Cartoon Dogs Are?

By: Kennita Leon
Image: Frederator Studios/Walt Disney Studios

About This Quiz

Adults and kids alike love a good cartoon, and over the years, there have been many. Not only have there been human characters that we've fallen in love with, we've also seen some animals and creatures that have also made us laugh. Some of these animals include dogs- whether they were the stars of their respective shows, supporting characters or barely-there guest stars, these pets entertained us, even if it was for 22 minutes. So, we're paying our respects to cartoon dogs today. Do you think you can help us out by naming some dogs from a few pictures? 

Of course, we're going to show you the likes of Scooby-Doo, Pongo, Mr. Peabody and Snoopy. But do you remember who Astro, Underdog, Spike and Santa's Little Helper are? Now it won't be very easy, but it will be fun. We're even going to help you out by giving you a few clues to help you out if you get stuck. 

It's time to name these cartoon dogs that you have no doubt named a pet or two or three after. Show us that your memory from not too long ago is still as sharp as every by naming these awesome cartoon dogs. 

Scooby-Doo is the cowardly but loveable dog from the Scooby-Doo animated cartoon series, which first premiered in 1969. Scooby belongs to a tall, powerful breed of dog known as the Great Dane.

Snoopy is an animated dog from the 1950s comic strip, Peanuts. Snoopy is loyal to his owner, Charlie Brown, and belongs to the beagle breed of dogs.

Lady is a dainty, naïve cocker spaniel from the Disney film, Lady and the Tramp. Cocker spaniels are dogs that are small in size, that, on average, weigh between 15-37 pounds.

Ren is a Chihuahua from the Nickelodeon series, "The Ren and Stimpy Show." As a big-eyed scrawny and unstable dog, he defies the usual appearance and characteristics of Chihuahuas.

Skinkydog/ Slinky, is a toy dog that appears in the "Toy Story" franchise. He is a dachshund breed, which is also casually known as a sausage dog due to its short legs and long body.

Pongo is a dalmatian from the film, "101 Dalmatians." This intelligent dog is one of the central characters in the movie and is the father of the litter of 15 puppies that are kidnapped.

Max is the Ginch's dog and psuedo Reindeer. He's a mutt, guessed to be a mix of Airedale and Wheaten terrier. In the live action movie, the dog was adopted from a shelter to play the role!

In the 1988 film, "Oliver and Company," Dodger is a street-smart Jack Russell terrier. He is the leader of Fagin's dog gang and a friend of Oliver, the cat.

Dug is a golden retriever that appears in the film, "Up." This happy go lucky dog is also anthropomorphic and uses his ability to communicate with Carl- the cranky retiree who has become his master.

Jake, the dog, is an animated character in the series, "Adventure Time." This English bulldog is a shapeshifter and the best friend of Finn, a spirited boy.

Perdita, also known as Perdy, is the mother of the litter of 15 puppies that are the center of the film's plot. Perdita is a Dalmatian with a blue collar and spotted ears.

Mr. Peabody is a cartoon beagle from the 1959 series, "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends." The late Bill Scott voiced this intelligent cartoon dog.

Patch is one of Pongo's and Perdita's pups from the film, "101 Dalmatians." This adorable pup has a black patch over his right eye which influenced his simple name- Patch.

Tramp is a savvy, mischievous but smart mutt/ crossbreed dog that is seen as one of the main characters in the film, "Lady and the Tramp." He eventually becomes Lady's mate while helping her to navigate the dangers of the real world.

Bandit is a bulldog and a pet animal in the Quests household. This white-furred dog has black patches around his eyes, which inspired his name.

Astro is a troublesome cartoon dog that was featured in the series, "The Jetsons," as Elroy Jetsons' pet. Astro was voiced by Don Messick and is said to be an animated version of a Great Dane.

In the Disney tale, "Pocahontas," Percy is a pug and Governor Ratcliffe's pet. Percy is a small spoiled dog that is initially antagonistic toward Pocahontas.

Jock is a small Scottish terrier that is a friend of one of the main characters, Lady. He is fiercely loyal but aggressive and protective of Lady, whom he has known for a long time.

Copper is a bloodhound that forms an unlikely friendship with Tod, a fox. This playful dog has long droopy ears and a tan body with a white underbelly.

Bull is a feisty dog that resents his home in the dog pound. This bulldog loves his freedom and has also assisted Tramp in escaping from the pound.

Underdog is a cute beagle that appears in a television series of the same name. He is known for his signature line "There's no need to fear, Underdog is here!"

Scamp, a gray hyper little pup, is the son of Lady and Tramp. He is a wild, determined but naïve dog that looks much like a young version of his father, Tramp.

Dom DeLuise voices Itchy- an apprehensive Basset Hound that appears in "All Dogs Go to Heaven." Itchy is Charlie's loyal companion who accompanies him on his adventures.

Bruno, the reddish brown bloodhound, is Cinderella's loyal friend and pet. Cinderella's Fairy Godmother transforms him into a servant as part of her efforts to help Cinderella attend the ball.

This Irish setter is a beautiful dog with amazing fur. This kind-hearted dog is sensible and smart and becomes involved with the main character, Charlie.

Max, the fluffy sheepdog, belongs to the handsome Prince Eric. This affectionate dog lives in the royal palace and is friends with other animals such as Scuttle and Sebastien.

Rusty is Sheriff Sam Brown's loyal dog and partner. He is best friends with a horse named Buck, although he is often irritated by his childish ways.

Pluto is a huge yellow cartoon dog created by Walt Disney. He debuted in 1930 as Mickey Mouse's pet.

Milo is a Jack Russell terrier owned by Stanley Ipkiss, one of the leading characters in the series. Similar to many other characters, this white and brown dog can be seen wearing the Mask of Loki.

Gromit is a beagle and a silent but loyal friend to Wallace- an inventor and his master. Gromit communicates through facial expressions and is a sturdy friend to the eccentric Wallace.

This Irish wolfhound is portrayed as an angry tenacious character. He is the pet dog of the grumpy hunter, Amos Slade and is also a friend to Copper, who becomes one of Amos' hunting dogs.

Georgette is a spoiled stereotypical poodle of the Foxworth household. She is much more of a show dog than an actual pet, as she is accustomed to a lazy life of luxury and privilege.

Brian is a witty, walking, talking and driving dog from the sitcom, "Family Guy." Sources claim he may be a golden retriever mix, Labrador or even a beagle but it's probably safe to say that Brian is merely a white dog.

Spike is a gray bulldog that is frequently seen throughout the Tom and Jerry cartoon series. He has a great dislike for Tom, whose incessant pursuit of Jerry continually interferes with Spike's quality time with his son.

Playful Toby is owned by the famous investigator, Sherlock Holmes, but is also a loyal friend to Basil, a self-proclaimed detective. This Basset hound is brown in color with a blue collar.

Tito is a fiery Chihuahua that is a member of Fagin's dog-gang. In spite of his small size, he is confident, astute and even flirtatious toward Georgette, a poodle.

The Simpsons- Santa's Little Helper is a greyhound that was adopted into the Simpson's family home after being abandoned by his previous owner for finishing last in a race. This pet first appeared in the 1989 episode "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire."

Bolivar is a Saint Bernard breed of dog that appears in the 1938 cartoon, "Donald's Nephews." He is Donald's loyal pet and, unlike other Disney dogs, does not speak or exhibit other human characteristics.

DeSoto and Roscoe are two viscous Doberman pinschers that are owned by Bill Sykes, a crime boss. They are identified by their respective blue and red collars.

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