Dogs have kidnapped our hearts and we have done for them. They are loyal, loving and smart. Here is a list of the 10 most famous dogs in history, from Boo to Lassie. Many of them have become famous by their vip owners and others are distinguished by heroism loyalty and devotion to work. This are all real and not imaginary dog or animated cartoons.
1. Bo Obama
Bo, a Portuguese dog that is owned by the Obama family is a celebrity dog since 2008 when President Obama used his name in his acceptance speech. He told their daughters that they would have a puppy that will live in the White House with them.
2. Pal, the Original Lassie
Lassie is the most famous dog in the world, but his name is fictional. The real name of the dogs who who played Lassie was Paul.
Paul has entered the world of television by 1943. Latest movie played by another dog but in the same character was in 2007.
Lassie in real is a female but in the film dogs are always males, this because they have greater body also are active in square footage..
3. Rin Tin Tin
Rin-Tin-Tin is real a dog which saved by an American soldier in the First World War in France. When he returned to the U.S. the soldier start training the German Shepherd dog and was interested to detonate it in a few silent movies. Rin-Tin-Tin became a movie star and took part in 27 films.
4. Pavlov’s Dogs
Pavlov’s Dogs is a dog with whom Ivan Pavlov won the Nobel prize in medicine in 1904 with his experiment with topic “conditioned reflex “.
5. Canine Rescue Team, 9/11
During the 11 September 2011 attack on the World Trade Center in New York City a rescue team with 300 dogs helped to extract troops from the ruins.
Dogs of this team trained about 16 hours a day for difficult missions. They trained the people to salvation and to enter in tatters when police can not enters around.
6. Hachiko, Faithful Dog
Hachiko was an akita dog who wait for nine years for his owner to return back from death.
7. Buddy Clinton
President Bill Clinton’s chocolate labrador, Buddy, joined the Clinton family in the White House in 1997. The frisky puppy didn’t get along with the Clintons’ other pet, a cat named Socks, so the two were kept in separate quarters.
8. Rex Reagan
Rex was a Cavalier King Charles spaniel owned by Nancy and President Ronald Reagan. He was a Christmas present to Mrs. Reagan from conservative commentator William F. Buckley, and was named after the White House Chief Usher, Rex Scouten.
9. Laika, Soviet Space Dog
Laika was a stray dog from the streets of Moscow, trained along with two other dogs for the Soviet space program in 1957. Eventually, she was selected as the sole occupant of the Sputnik 2, becoming the first animal to orbit earth.
10. The Nixon Dogs
President Richard Nixon’s most famous dog, Checkers, was never in the White House. The ones who did live in the White House, pictured above, were King Timahoe, an Irish setter; Vicky, a poodle; and Pasha, a terrier.
During the speech, in which Senator Nixon laid out his family’s financial information, he said, “One other thing I probably should tell you because if we don’t they’ll probably be saying this about me too, we did get something — a gift — after the election.