View Full Version : Interested to know what famous people own your breed of dog?

02-05-2004, 06:07 AM
Hi, I checked it up and I have a list of famous people who own certain breeds of dogs.

If you would like to know which famous people own what type of dog, you can post it and I'll check it up!

For instance, those out there who own Boxers, here are the people who own Boxers too:actor Humphrey Bogart of Casablanca has one named Harvey, author Emily Bronte has one called Keeper, actress Jodie Foster, acotr Charlton Heston, artist Pablo Picasso, actor Sylvester Stallonehas one called Gangster and actor Robin Williams. And these are just a few!

This information was taken from the book Why we Love the Dogs we Do by Stanley Coren.

02-05-2004, 09:50 AM
How about Italian Greyhounds?

02-06-2004, 08:25 AM
Okay, Italian Greyhounds are consistent dogs, which includes self-contained and home-loving dogs. Is your dog like that?

here are the people who own Italian Greyhounds:

Only Three of them - Carl Fisher, first land developer of Miami Beach has one called Pizza! Cute name.
- Frederick the Great, king of Prussia had six of these dogs, and one of their names include Madame de Pompadour! Quite a loadful.
- Peter the Great, the czar of Russia has got one called Lissette

This information was taken from the book Why we love the dogs we do by Stanley Coren

02-06-2004, 08:55 AM
Yep, our dogs are like that..we have 4 Evie, Lira, Nova and Roxie.....they love to be pampered and treated like royalty too so I'm not surprised to see a king and czar as owners of IG's,Lol. Pizza is a cute name..thanks for sharing:)

02-10-2004, 05:41 PM
How about Cavalier King Charles Spaniel's (other than the obvious, King Charles).

Did you notice that the made a debut on Sex in the City?

02-12-2004, 06:05 AM
Okay, besides King Charles 1 and 2, there are so many I am only give a few.

Stanley Coren, the author of Why we love the dogs we do and psychologist has one called Wizard
Kirk Douglas, actor has one called Sparkle
Michael J. Fox, actor of back to the future (also voiced Stuart Little and Homeward Bound, my favourite animal movie!!!!) has one called Rex
James 2, king of england
Fonald Reagan, US president has one also called Rex, a gift from William F. Buckley who also has one called Freckles!
Frank Sinatra, singer actor
Queen Victoria has one called Dash

Other nice names famous people have called their king Charles include Mishka, Sinbad, Polo and one called Quizzical! Quite quizzical.

THis information was taken from the book Why we love the dogs we do by Stanley Coren

02-12-2004, 11:40 AM
What a fun book! I'll look it up!

And thanks!

02-13-2004, 05:27 PM
How about a Shiba Inu?

Very few people I know have even heard of them (except the people on the shiba inu message board I go to of course haha)!

02-13-2004, 07:54 PM
Right, Shiba Inu.
Sadly, the book seems to have neglected this dog! But I know this breed, I've seen it in other books before. Quite a sweet thing, huh? (Well all animals are sweet anyway).
Do you have a Shiba Inu then?

02-13-2004, 08:24 PM
Yea I have a Shiba Inu named Bear. I introduced him on your "Balto's Profile" thread :) He's 9 years old and is a black & tan. Shibas are probably more popular over there because it's a dog native to Japan. I don't know :P Lotta books neglect the breed. Here's a new pic of Bear.

02-13-2004, 08:27 PM
Any Brussels Griffons? That's not a very common breed.

02-13-2004, 10:46 PM
Any labs?

02-15-2004, 05:05 AM
I'm so ashamed, I don't know any Brussels Griffon! But the book sure does. There's only one:

Somebody called Esther Rudomin Hautzig who is an author, winner of Jane Addams Children's Bok Award and Lewis Carroll Shelf Award. SHe has one called Jasper.

Do you have a picture of a Brussels Griffon? Please enlighten me!

02-15-2004, 05:10 AM
Your shibu Inu is SO cute, okay, I recognise him, yeah. Looks like my Sibe!

02-15-2004, 05:20 AM
Okay, There are A LOT of lab celebrity owners.
I picked a few:

Anne, princess of England has one called Laura.

Barbara Cartland, English romance novelist, over 250 books! Has one called Duke.

Charles, crown prince of England has Harvey

Kevin Costner, actor of Dances with Wolves has got one named Rosalita

Sheryl Crow, rock star has got Scout

Tom Cruise, Actor owns Joseph

Harrison Ford, actor

George the sixth, King of England has Mimsy and others

James Herriot, veterinarian/author of All creatures Great and Small has got Dan

Vivien Leigh, acress in Gone with the Wind has Jason

Karl Malone, pro Basketball player has got Tosshie and others

George McGovern, US sneator and presidential candidate has got Atticus

Dennis Quaid, actor has Dave, Dave is shared with Meg Ryan

Ronald Reagan has got Millie

Arnold Schwarzenegger, actor has got Conan

Frank Sinatra, singer actor owns Leroy Brown

Actor Sylvester Stallone has got Flipper (what a name)

Victoria queen of England

EB white has got Moses, and his Charlotte's Web is one of my favourite animal books!!!!

Other weird names of Labs include Stockman, Apollo, MIyake, Trillion (??) Valentine (how sweet), Taxi and Burnaby. There's also one called Jagss, which, sounds like Jack A**

THis information was taken from the book Why we Love the Dogs we do by Stanley Coren

02-15-2004, 10:50 AM
Cool thanks Sheryl crow is my favorite singer so thats cool

02-16-2004, 08:57 PM
hi do you know if any celeberties own an anatolian shepherd?
thanks for checking!!

02-17-2004, 07:29 AM
Sadly, the author doesn't seem to write about any Anatolian shepherd!!!!!! Frustrating huh? I'd feel the same if he didn't write about my sibe Husky.

But I know about the Anatolian!

The first time I was introduced to the anatolian shepherd was when I watched Cats and Dogs! He's so majestic.

02-17-2004, 09:46 PM
How about Pembroke corgis? Who has this breed besides the Queen of England. I've seen pictures with them trailing behind her. Even getting on a plane with her.

02-19-2004, 06:04 AM
The corgi! It is one of the breeds of which I vow to own someday. They are so cute!

Okay, besides the Queen of England. The list is mixed with Pembrokes and Cardigans, so here they are:

George 6, King of England had Carol

David Lloyd George, British Prime Minister owned Dai.

Dirk Bogarde, actor of Death in Venice owned Bogie and others

Dick Clark, TV personality

MIckey Rooney, actor of Th4e Black Stallion

Beverly Sills, opera diva owned Bumper and Corky.

Here are some names of QueenElizabeth's babies: Dookie, DIamond, SPark, Phoenix (nice name) Myth (another nice name) Fable, Pharos, Kelpie

Corgis belong the the group steady dogs which mean that they are solid, good-natured and tolerant.

This information was taken from the book Why we love the dogs we do by Stanley Coren

02-23-2004, 12:21 AM
How about Rottweilers? I know DMX the rapper and Leo DiCaprio have one... :-)

PS: There are loads of Shibas here in NYC! They're cuuuuties :-D

02-23-2004, 03:01 AM
Hello:) What about PUGS?

02-23-2004, 01:30 PM
Yep I do how about a beagle?

:D Robyn

02-24-2004, 07:09 AM
Okay, Rottweilers! There are under the category Protective dogs.
besides Leo and DMX (if I'm not wrong, Leo's dog is called Baby)
here are some others:

SId Caesar, comedian owns COnus

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball star owns Spencer

Carrie Fisher, Star Wars actress owns one called Sweetie!

Elton John, songwriter, singer

John Larroquette, actor owns Max

Stan Lee, comic book artist and Marvel Comics Publisher owns Vera

Curt Schilling, pro baseball pitcher owns three Rottweilers

Greg Vaughn, pro sports, Milwaukee Brewrs

Herschel Walker, pro football player owns a Rott called Al Capone?!

Another pro footballer: Bryant Young

Pro sports, Atlanta Hawks Kenny Norman owns four, all attack-trained

Other interesting names for Rotts include Bandit, Nitro, Pluto, Bela, Brahm and Bruno

This information was taken from the book why we love the dogs we do by stanley Coren

02-24-2004, 07:14 AM
Let's look at pugs now.

They are consisten dogs, meaning they are self-contained and home-loving. Is that true?

There are many celebrity owners, so I'll pick a few.

Ann-Margret, actress, owns five

Marie-Josephe-Rose de Beauharnais, Napolean's wife owned one (what a name)

George Brent, actor owned Whisky

Cixi(Tzu Hsi), the dowager empress of China

George Elliot, novelist

Chrstine Elise, actress owns Dempsey

Stan Lee, Marvel comics publisher owns Pookie

Here's a cute fact: Jason Priestley, actor a pug who was also called Dempsey

Victoria, Queen of England owned Bully

Duchess of Windsor, the former Mrs Wallis Simpson owns a pug called Davy Crockett!!!

Paul Winfield

Other nice pug names include: Judge, Lady bug?? Trump

02-24-2004, 07:20 AM
beagles are steady dogs which mean they are solid, good-natured and tolerant

Here are some Beagle celebrity owners

Grover Cleverland, US president

Stanley Coren, psychologist adn author of this book. He owns Skipper

Eva Gabor, actress owns Lady Ashley

George Hamilton, actor, owns Delilah

Lyndon B. Johnson, US president must have been mad. His beagles were called Beagle, Him, Her and others. Once, he held his beagles up by the ear, and raised a national furor

Barry Manilow, singer, owns Bagel, Biscuit

Charles Schulz, cartoonist of Peanuts, owns Spike, who was the model for Snoopy of course (though I can say beagles and Snoopy do not match)

Other names include Sky, Caeser, Brutus, Petra and Ralph

This info was taken from the book why we love the dogs we do by Stanley Coren

02-24-2004, 10:11 PM
How about american pit bull terriers,or American staffordshire Terriers?

02-25-2004, 06:12 AM
Okay. The Staffordshire terrier is under the group protective dogs, which means they are dominant and territorial!

Only three:

Anne Bancroft, actress of The Turning point

Mel Brooks, Director, comedian, writer and actor of Blazing Saddles. He owns Pongo (who in reality is the name of the dalmation in 101 dalmations)

John F. Kennedy Jr, celebrity son of US president owned Friday!

This info was taken from the book Why We Love The Dogs We Do by Stanley Coren

02-27-2004, 10:55 AM
Hi, I would love to know what famous people also own an Akita.

02-27-2004, 03:28 PM
I know it's most likely not in the book but does any one own a Dogo Argentino or a bull terrier?
these are my favorite dogs

02-28-2004, 02:54 AM
Okay, the Akita. Lovely dog!

The Akita is under the group protective dogs, which means they are dominant and territorial.

Dan Aykroyd, actor of Ghostbusters

Amanda Bearse, actress of Married...with Children owns Sakki

Cher, singer actress

Chris Green, pro football player owns serveral Akitas

Dave Hollilns, Pro baseball player owns Jake

Evander Holyfield, heavyweight boxing champion owns seven!

Helen Keller, advocate for the handicapped owned Kamikaze and others

John Kruk, pro baseball player owned an Akita named HEAD!! What a name

Sonny Rollins, jazz saxophonist

O.J. Simpson, football player turned actor owns Kato

Bryon Scott, pro basketball player owns Fuji and others

Elvis Stojko, champion figure skater owns two

Pla Zadora, singer owns Toky and others

This information was taken form the book why we love the dogs we do by Stanley Coren

02-28-2004, 03:05 AM
I don't know any Dogo Argentino, and neither does the book, but here are bull terriers: They are protective dogs

Robert Altman, director of M*A*S*H

Fred Astaire, dancer/actor

Francis Barraud, artist who painted "His Master's Voice" as seen on RCA records owns Nipper.

Don Cherry, hockey player/coach, sports broadcaster owns Blue

Michael J. Fox, actor of Back to the Future and voice behind Stuart Little and HOmeward Bound's Chance owns Burnaby

Maxwell Knight, author of My Pet Friends owns Bill

Gerald McClellan, middleweight boxing champion owns four

George Patton, WWII general owns Engelbert and willie

Theodore, Roosevelt, US president owns Pete

Sir Walter Scott, author of Ivanhoe owns Camp

Latrell Sprewell, pro sports, Golden State Warriors owns several

John Steinback, author of Of Mice and Men, East of Eden owns Angel

James Thurber, writer, humorist owns Rex

04-02-2004, 08:50 AM
Who has an alaskan malamute? Thanks

04-02-2004, 04:12 PM
How about any German Shepherds

04-04-2004, 05:52 AM
Alaskan Malamutes???? You have an Alaskan Malamute????? Super cute!!!!! I have a Sibe husky :)

Anyway, Alaskan Malamutes are independant dogs which includes being personable and strong-willed.

Vida Blue, pro baseball pitching star

Judy Collins, singer of 'Send in the Clowns' owns Kolya and Smoky (nice names)

Susan Conant, author of Holly Winter mystery novels

Dom DeLuise, comic actor in Robin Hood:Men in Tights and Baby Geniuses. He was also voice of Itchy in All Dogs Go To Heaven

Ian Dunbar, dog trainer and author

Melissa Gilbert, actress of 'Diary of Anne Frank' etc.

Herbert Hoover, US president owned Yukon

Cheryl Ladd, actress in TV series Charlie's Angels owns Abel

George Lucas, film director, producer of Star Wars, Indiana Jones. He owns Indiana. Apparently, Lucas and Spielberg were thinking of a name for the Harrison Ford's character, and Lucas said, "Why not Indiana, after my dog?" This comes out later in the third Indiana Jones when the father of Indiana says, "Indiana is the name of our dog!" I think the dog also made a guest appearance in that movie. :)

Daniel Pinkwater, writer/commentator owns Arnold

Lowell Thomas, author, radio and TV news commentator

Robin Williams, actor of Jumanji and Mrs Doubtfire

04-04-2004, 06:11 AM

Anyway, they are clever dogs, which includes being observant and trainable

There are like 3 pages of celebrities who own German Shepherds, so I'll cut down on some

Bing Crosby singer/actor

Yvonne DeCarlo, actress in The Mark of Zorro owns Pepe

Bo Derek, actress owns Aiwa and others

Phyllis Diller, comedian owns Kelly

Shannen Doherty, actress of TV series Beverly Hills 90210 owns Elfie

Mike Douglas TV show host owns Love

Al Dunlap, multi-industry CEO owns Cadet

Irene Dunne, actress owns Major

Edward 8th owned Ajax

Patricia Ellis, author of Keeping Up with the Joneses owns one called Major too!! What a coincidence

Joan Fontaine, actress owns Fang

George Foreman, world Champion boxer

Anna Freud, psychologist, daughter of Sigmund Freud (who, I think, Owned a Chow Chow) owns Wolf

Eva Gabor, actress in Gigi owns Blackie and others

Zsa Zsa Gabor, actress, author owns Kis and Lany

Steffi Graf, tennis star owns Max

Lou Gramm, rock and roll singer owned Mr. Bear ??!!!??

George Hamilton, actor owns Loba

Rutherford B. Hayes, US president owned two

Charlton Heston, actor of Ben Hur and Then Commandments owns Drago

Adolf Hitler (!!???!??!?!?! Didn't know he was kind enough to own dogs) He owned Blondi

Herbert Hoover, President owned king Tut, Pat and others

Bob Hope, comedian/actor owned Snow job, Shadow

Elton John owns Bruce

Jacqueline Kennedy, wife of John F. owned Clipper

John F. himself owned Sam

Carol Lawrence, singer, actress of West Side Story owned Odin and others

David Letterman

Konrad Lorenz, Nobel Prize winning animal behaviorist, author owned Tito

Robert Ludlum, writer of spy novels owns Rikki Tikki Tavi (yes, that is one name)

Bela Lugosi, actor, best known as Dracula owned Bodri and others

Pablo Picasso, artist owned Sentenelle

Ronald Reagan US president owned Lady

Joan Rivers, comedian, owned Wheezy

Gene Roddenberry, creator of Star Trek owned E.T. (love that show)

Franklin D. Roosevelt ( a lot of presidents, huh?) owned Major (that name again!!!!!)

Jelmut Schmidt, german chancellor owned Rocco Van Hammerich

Sidney Sheldon, writer owns Jennifer adn others

Talia Shire, actress in The Godfather and Rocky owns several, all of which are white

Sam Snead, pro golf star owns Adam

Reggie Williams, pro football star

Barbara Woodhouse, dog trainer and author, owns Argus

Other names of Celebrity's german shepherds are: Pete, Prince, Kinga, Bello, Aamemnon, Runge, Ambassador, Henry, Bullet, Leica, Rama, Big Fella, Calaban, McGillicuddy (??) Bunga, Tillie, Karl, Walter, Ego, Nick, Buckwheat, Bandit, Tulip, Junior, Geraldine and Seco

Special mention names (more than one celebrity's Shepherds are named this) are Lady, Major and Max

04-06-2004, 12:45 AM
What about labradoodles? Not an official breed yet, but they're pretty trendy these days. I've got a pretty crazy :eek: one named Kirby.

04-06-2004, 07:05 AM
Well, I don't know any Labradoodle, and the book surely doesn't!

Let me guess: Mix between Labradors and Poodles?

Must be a real smart breed! I know Labradors and poodles (specially the latter) are extra, extra smart :)

04-06-2004, 02:54 PM
Yeah Kirby's a standard poodle mixed with a lab and yes, he's very intelligent. He also looks like a creature out of Dr. Seuss with his crazy hair and strange curly tail :) .

04-06-2004, 07:50 PM
what about chinese shar-peis and rottweilers?

04-07-2004, 06:41 AM
Okay, Rottweilers! There are under the category Protective dogs.

Leonardo DiCaprio, Actor of Titanic. Owns Baby (I think)

DMX the rapper

SId Caesar, comedian owns Conus

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball star owns Spencer

Carrie Fisher, Star Wars actress owns one called Sweetie!

Elton John, songwriter, singer

John Larroquette, actor owns Max

Stan Lee, comic book artist and Marvel Comics Publisher owns Vera

Curt Schilling, pro baseball pitcher owns three Rottweilers

Greg Vaughn, pro sports, Milwaukee Brewrs

Herschel Walker, pro football player owns a Rott called Al Capone?!

Another pro footballer: Bryant Young

Pro sports, Atlanta Hawks Kenny Norman owns four, all attack-trained

Other interesting names for Rotts include Bandit, Nitro, Pluto, Bela, Brahm and Bruno

This information was taken from the book why we love the dogs we do by stanley Coren

Here are the Shar-Peis! My dad's fav type of dog. They are independent dogs

Only one:

Freddie Gershon, producer of Grease, Saturday Night Fever and author or Sweetie, Baby, Cookie, Honey. And he owns...Cookie

04-07-2004, 12:30 PM
Thanks so much for looking this up for all of us. You are sweet.

04-07-2004, 12:35 PM
Thank you for looking these up for us. No many people I know have an Alaskan Malamute. They are very loving and smart. Definetley not a watch dog. They will be as nice to a stranger as they are to you. They demand alot of attention but make a wonderful companion. I see you live in Singapore, were you born there? What is life like there? I've never lived out side the US so I am curious.

04-08-2004, 05:59 AM
Singapore rocks!!!!!!!!! Have been a Singaporean all my life. Some facts:

We've got the world's best airport and seaport I think.
Singapore is super small, and I mean super super small. A mere dot on the globe.
Our gov is the best
Only night safari in the world
Very very hot and humid weather! (Believe it or not, Balto likes to sunbathe! One day, I came back home, and I was sweating and just wishing for a ice drink, when I saw him sunbathing!!!!! Wonder how he does it)
The gov makes sure every child in Singapore goes for education
Have performed many operations on siamese twins, in fact, quite famous for it
No natural resources, only resource is humans!
Known as the clean and green country.
No mountains, no large forests, no lakes, nothing! But I LUV s'pore!!!!! Yeah!!!

There is a malamute quite near my house. HE'S SO BIG AND FURRY AND CUTE!!!!!!!!! I have realised the diff between sibes and Mals.

Husky: Slimmer, race dog
Malumate: More hefty, for carrying heavy loads.


04-08-2004, 08:57 AM
Hi, I thought a malamute living in AZ was strange but living in a hot humid climit is even stranger. You are exactly correct about the difference between sibs and MA's. The sib was breed for speed and the MA was breed for endurance. You would not see the MA in the Itiderode race(don't think I spelled that right) I think they both have the same nature because they are both working dogs who live with a pack. Beau is very social and he needs to be with us most of the time. Beau was a rescue and we just got another friend for him who we named Rudy. Rudy was 8 months old in Nov. when we got him from the rescue that was showing them at Pets Mart (do you have Pets Mart in Singapore) he is a mixed breed and is a medium size dog. Beau and Rudy get along very well except when Rudy trys to steal Beau's treats than his head winds in Beau's mouth. This is just a warning because Beau never leaves a mark on him but it sure scares him. He is a very sweet pup and learns very fast. He is very frightened of tall men and large trucks. We think something must have happened to scare him so bad.

What grade are you in? You seem very bright and mature. Have you ever been to the US? Phoenix and it's surrounding towns are very beautiful and clean. Because of irrigation and sprinkler systems it is very green with many kinds of flowers, many can bloom all year. Right now the catus are blooming and catus flowers are the most beautiful flowers I have ever seen. The pinks and yellows are like no other flower on earth. The colors are like they are electric. I am originally from New Jersey which is also a very pretty State in the summer. It is know as the "Garden State" because it is so very green and lush in the spring and summer months. The jersey tomatoe is the best you ever tasted and the jersey corn is pretty great as well. I hated the winters so I moved to Phoenix 26 years ago. We have wonderful weather in the winter but in the summer the tempeture can rise to 120 degrees. Many people live here in the winter and go back to there cooler homes in the summer. We call them Snow Birds. I now live in Surprise, AZ which is a suburb of Phoenix. As with most cities when the grow to big the residents move out to the suburbs and that is what has happened here. Maybe I can get my husband to scan some pictures so you can see Beau and Rudy. By the way I have two cats as well, Chelsea and Tuxedo. Tuxedo has not come out from under the bed since Rudy got here. I have to put food and water under the bed for her. Chelsea, however, could care less, thats because Beau raised her and she is not frightened by dogs.

Write soon.

04-08-2004, 09:19 AM
How about Jack Russell Terriers, Border Collies and American Eskimos?

thanks for doing these - this is interesting!

04-08-2004, 09:27 PM
Used to have a Jack Russell! They are self-assured dogs, which include being spontaneous and sometimes audacious! (whatever that means)

Amanda Bearse, actress: Buster

Sandra Bullock, actress in Miss Congeniality: Luigi Deflorio (cute name)

Mariah Carey, singer: Jack

Charles, crown prince of England: Pooh, Tigger (must have been a Winnie the Pooh fac=n)

Michael Douglas, actor: Reggie

Sarah Ferguson, duchess of York

Audrey Hepburn, actress in Roman Holiday: Penny

James Herriot, author, veterinarian: Hector

Jacques-Henri Lartigue, photographer/painter

Bette Midler, singer/actress/comedian: Puddles!

I love Border Collies! They're so beautiful! They are clever dogs, which includes being observant and trainable

Matthew Broderick, actor in Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Jane Fonda, actress

Tom Hayden, political activist adn author:Scott

John James, actor:Cub

Michael Keaton, actor in Batman: Dusty

Donald McCaig, authro of Nop's Trials

David Rose, TV talk show host

Jerry Seinfeld, actor in TV series Seinfeld

Andrew Shue, actor in TV series Melrose Place

The Book doesn't mentiobn Eskimoes! So sad. Anyway, just for info, they are working dogs and are native to Eastern Siberian. A team of twenty Eskimo Dogs can pull a sled carrying a two -ton load for 25 miles without stopping! Power!

04-09-2004, 04:17 AM
what about irish terriers

04-09-2004, 07:00 AM
They are self-assured dogs! Means: THey are spontaneous and sometimes audacious

Mazo de la Roche, Canadian author of Jalna series: Badger

Edward 7, KIng of England: Jack

Wiliam Lyon Mackenzie King, prime minister of Canda: Pat, Pat 1, Pat 2 (this guy is very original!)

Eugene O'Neill, playwrite, Nobel Prize for Literature (he also owns a dalmation claled Blemie!)

This info was taken from the book Why We Love The DOgs We Do by Stanley Coren

04-09-2004, 08:45 AM
howza bout beagles SHGrrl?

04-10-2004, 01:10 AM
They are steady dogs, which includes being solid, good-natured and tolerant :)

Grover CLeverland, US president

Stanley Coren, psychologist and author who wrote this book: Skipper

Eva Gabor, actress in Gigi: Lady Ashley

Sara Gilbert, actress: Ralph

George Hamilton, actor in Godfater 3: Delilah

Duane Hanson, American artist: Petra

Lyndong B. Johnson, US president: Beagle, Him, Her and others (this guy must really have no idea for names, so he gave them these)

Sue Monk Kidd, author: Caeser and brutus (what a pair)

Barry Manilow, singer: Bagel, Biscuit

Charles Schulz, cartoonist 'Peanuts': Spike, the model fo Snoopy

Roger Staubach, quarterback with Dallas Cowboys:Sky

This info was taken from the book by Stanley Coren "why we love the dogs we do"

04-10-2004, 01:16 AM
James Herriot, veterinarian/author of All creatures Great and Small has got Dan
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wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! James Herriot rocks! His daughter has one called Polly. It's a yellow lab.

04-10-2004, 01:27 AM
And he had an Irish setter called Don, a Border Terrier called Bodie, 2 cats, Ollie and Ginny [feral] and a cat he found, Oscar AKA Tiger, which was returned to its previous owners.

04-10-2004, 01:28 AM
And before I forget, which famous people owned Miniature Schnauzers?

04-11-2004, 10:36 AM
thanx a lot SHGrrl

04-11-2004, 12:43 PM
beagles are nice

04-13-2004, 06:56 AM
yeah, Beagles are totally cool. There's this cutie living opp my house, and he's just the sweetest!!!!!!!!!!!!

How do you know all that info Lano? I have the book, but I haven't read it yet because it looks SOOOOO thick. Never mind. Will some day!

Anyways, here goes nothing

They are self-assured dogs, meaning they are spontaneous and sometimes audacious!!!

Bo Derek, actress (this woman owns A LOT of dogs if I'm not wrong. Her name keeps turning up in the book)

Roert Dole, US senator, presidential candidate: Leader

Arte Johnson, comedian/actor

Tommy Lasorda, professional baseball manager: Austin

This info was taken from the book Why We Love The Dos We Do by Stanley Coren

04-21-2004, 08:46 PM
Hi SHGrrl, how about Yorkshire Terriers. I believe Kelly Rowland (of Destiny's Child), Carmen Electra and Britney Spears own Yorkies.

04-22-2004, 06:18 AM

Yorkies are self-assured dogs, meaning they are spontaneous and sometimes audacious :)

Lots and lots of celebs, so I'll just name a few

Erma Bombeck, author of Motherhood: Murray

RIchard Burton, actor in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? :Sally

Mariah Carey, singer: has several

Johnny Carson, comedian and talk show host: Muffin and others

Eva Gabor, actress in Gigi: Baby and Googie

Joe Garagiola, baseball player, TV sportscaster: Sassy, Sweetie

John Gardner, author of October Light: George

Alex Haley, author of Roots: Buttons

George Hamilton, actor: Mitzi (this is a cute name!)

Julie Harris, actress: Teresa

Audrey Hepburn, actress in Roman Holiday: Famous

Carol Lawrence, actress, singer West Side Story: Miss Mouse (ha ha)

Rush LImbaugh, radio and TV political satirist and commentator

Barbara Mandrell, country singer: Tasha

Demi Moore, Actress: Henry (shared with Bruce Willis)

Tricia Nixon, daughter of US prez: Pasha

Roman Polanski, writer/director of The Pianist

Joan Rivers, comedian: Spike

Elizabeth Taylor, actress in Cleopatra: Daisy, Thomas a Becket and others

Darryl F. Zanuck, producer of the Grapes of Wrath: Lisa, Tina

Other interesting names to note (some celebs come up with the strangest names): Ophelia, Belle, Skilaki, Feather, Nicodemus, Rocky, Tasha, Katie, Corky

04-22-2004, 06:32 PM
Thank you SHGrrl. That sounds like my little Fonzie. Does it say anything about Chinese Cresteds? I'm seriously considering getting one. I don't know of anyone who has one. I know there is a Chinese Crested in Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's new movie, New York Minute.

04-23-2004, 07:07 AM
Chinese Cresteds are consistent dogs, meaning that they are self-contained and home-loving dogs

Only one celeb:

Gypsy Rose Lee, actress, burlesque striptease artist

There's also a chinese crested in Cats & Dogs, I believe. :)

Some add info about them:

They are lively, cheerful, intelligent, never nosiy or aggressive. It is a companion dog that needs a warm atmosphere (huh?) This was taken from Simon and Schuster's Guide to Dogs

The celeb info is taken from the book, 'Why we love the dogs we do' by Stanley Coren

04-23-2004, 03:33 PM
I have a german shepard-boxer mix!

04-24-2004, 02:18 AM
I have the book, but I haven't read it yet because it looks SOOOOO thick.

don't worry, it looks thick, but it's worth it! once you read one of his books, you'll be buying his entire works! and that info comes from James Herriot's Dog Stories, in the intro.

04-24-2004, 02:23 AM
and how about miniature schnauzers?

04-24-2004, 05:06 PM
Golden Retrievers?

04-25-2004, 06:51 AM
Here we go! Schnauzers (why do I have a feeling I've done this dog before? Anyway, never mind!) are protective dogs which includes being territorial and dominant

Bo Derek, actress (this woman owns a lot of dogs)

Robert Dole, US senator, presidential candidiate: Leader (dreams and aspirations!)

Arte Johnson, comedian, actor

Tommy lasorda, pro baseball manager: Austin

Goldies! They are friendly dogs, which means they are affectionate and genial

As expected, there's a WHOLE BIG THICK LIST, so I'll name some only (can't type much!)

Pamela Anderson, famous for...er... yeah. Actress in Baywatch: Star

Mary chapin-Carpenter, country and pop singer

Jamie Lee Curtis, actress, last seen in Freaky Friday I think: owns several

Jim Edgar, governor of Illinois

Bruce Fogle, authro of Pets and People: HOney

Gerald Ford, US persident: Liberty and others (nice name)

INdira Gandhi, prime minister of India

Frank Girrofd, TV sports commentator: Charlie

Ron Howrad, actor

Mary Tyler Moore, actress in Ordinary People: Dash

Mickey MOrandini, pro baseball player: owns several

Bill Murray, actor, nominated for Oscar in Lost in Translation (I think): Bark (ha ha, what a name, very original)

Paul Newman, actor: Lucky

Arnold Palmer, pro golf star: Rieley

Gregory Peck

Dennis Quaid, actor in The Big Easy, Parent Trap, Traffic: Fawn Hall

Ronald Reagan, US pfresident: Victory (another nice name)

Christopher Reeve, actor in Superman: His assistance dog (he's paralysed)

Joan Rivers, comedian: Callie

James Stewart, actor: Barron, Kelly, Judy, Beau

Paul Tsongas, US senator from Massachusetts

Betty White, actress, comedian: Dinah

Oprah Winfrey, TV host: Arizona and others

Other cute names include: Sunshine, Elvis, Dublin, Rufus, Crispin, Io, Dudley, Goldie, Dora, Hondo, Buff, Cody, Lady, Bear, White Paws, Jack, Pluto, Fatty (??? :0) Candy, Mad Max, Daisy, Yuri, Muldoon, Gemina, Brutus, Cody, Liberator, and take a load of this name: Cheeseburger.


This info was taken from the book Why We love the dogs we do by stanley Coren

04-25-2004, 06:58 AM
By the way, People, those who want me to give you the names of the celebs, could you tell me what type of celeb you favour? Like do you like sports celebs, are singers or authors or actors? Or do you like political celebs (like prezs). Because sometimes the list is SUPER long and I have to choose the celebs to my discretion, and I may miss out your fav celeb. Thanks!

04-26-2004, 06:50 AM
How about a dachshund? I would love to know the celebrity names....


04-27-2004, 07:23 AM
The sausage dog! My bro and I love them! Okie, they are consistent, dogs, meaning that they are self-contained and home-loving

Man, there are lots listed here, I'll just give you some to my discretion:

Tracy Chapman, singer, songwriter: Mini

Claire Chennault, US air force general in WW2: Joe

Joan Crawford, actress

James Dean, actor in Rebel without cause: Strudel (er...)

Maurice Couve De Murville, French prime minster: Xenophon (I can't say whose name is weirder, the dog's or the owner's)

David Hasselhoff, actor in TV series Baywatcy: Sissy (This guy's mean)

Fred Hayman, perfume deisgner, Giorgio: Giorgio (he either named his dog after the brand or the brand after his dog)

Winona Judd, country singer

Pablo Picasso, artist: Lump (This guy's even meaner)

Dorothy Parker, humorist, short story writer, wit, critic: Eiko Von Blutenberg who was later called Robinson (She should have called him Robinson at the start)

William Powell, actor: Fritzie

Priscilla Presley, actress in the Naked Gun

Vincent Price, actor in many horror films: Hansie and others

Erwin Rommel, German general in WW2, famous for his tank battles

Adlai Stevenson, governor of Illinois, candidate for US presidency: Merlin

Victoria, queen of England: Deckel

Maria von Trapp, whose story inspired Sound of Music

EB White, author of Charlotte's Web: Fred and August

PG Wodehouse, author (is he the author of Jeeves? I forgot): Rudolph, Towser

Kurt Koffka, gestalt psychologist. At first, I didn't want to put him down, because I didn't think he is a very recognisable celeb, but I decided to after I read this: He owns seven dachshunds, and named all of them Max. ERR!!!!

Other interesting names: Mr. Deeds, Amos, Archie, Pet (weird), Calypso, Odysseus, Commissioner (yes), Max, Jasper, Helen, Knockwurst, Rudy, Gandhi, Joe, Heidi, Fafner and Geist

05-08-2004, 12:12 AM
I didn't see Miniature Pinschers mentioned. How could anyone have left THEM out?? :D

05-09-2004, 01:23 AM
The mini Pinscher has not been posted cuz no one asked for it! Now that you have, I'll give you the statistics (This info has been taken from the book Why We Love The Dogs We Do)

Only one celeb!

Michellie Jones, world champion triathlete, only woman to win back-to-back world titles: owns two

The Mini pinscher is a self-assured dog meaning they are spontaneous and sometimes audacious!

05-09-2004, 11:35 AM
Hi this is my first attempt to contact some other dog lovers. So you have a mini pinscher? I have a sheltie and a mixed sheltie. Both are wonderful and sweet. Personality plus you might say and definitely lovers. :) :)
Hope to hear from other dog lovers soon. J

05-13-2004, 11:32 AM
hello?? Is any one here?

05-13-2004, 06:48 PM
I don't believe anyone has asked and I am kinda shocked! What about the Chihuahua!!!

05-15-2004, 02:31 AM
Righto, the Chihuahua! They are consistent dogs, meaning they are self-contained and home-loving dogs.

Here are the celebs!

Paula Abdul, popular singer and judge for American idol

Josephine Baker, US-french singer and dnacer, originally with Folies Bergere

Red Buttons, actor in Sayonara, Pete's Dragon

Xavier Cugat, Latin band leader: He often had a chihuahua in his pocket

Billie Holiday, Jazz and blues singer

Sugar Ray Leonard, world champion Boxer: Lulu

Madonna, singer, actress: Chiquita

Jayne Mansfield, actress

Wink Martindale, TV game show host: Owns several

Muriel Siebert, CEO of Muriel Siebert and CO.: Monster Girl

Rosie O' Donnell, TV talk show host: Buster, Valentine

Mickey Rourke, actor: owns several

Gertrude Stein, writer: pepe

Liv Tyler, model and actress in LOTR and Jersey Girl: Banana (another weird name)

this info was taken from the book 'why we love the dogs we do' by Stanley Coren

05-15-2004, 06:50 PM
Right on, SHgrrl! Maybe when I become famous my name can be added to that list! Thanks again.

05-16-2004, 06:07 AM

05-18-2004, 06:34 AM
YES!!! SHE HAS!!!!

er.. what do all the exclamation marks and Capitals mean? Are you happy she got a chihuahua or upset? (the former is more obviously correct to me)

05-21-2004, 10:03 PM
hi...how about a great dane? also, can you tell me what kind of dog, singer Gwen Stefani own (if she has one). She's in a band called No Doubt...thanks!!!

05-22-2004, 02:05 AM
Well, for Stefani, I read up, and found this, though it doesn't state what type of dog it was: PETS: a dog named Megan. She sometimes dyes Megan's hair to look like hers. Kinda means that her dog has long hair

Anyway, here are the great danes:They are steady dogs, meaning they are solid, good-natured and tolerant. I just love Danes, they are so huge and majestic

Brad Anderson, author, comic strip 'Marmaduke'

Mario Andretti, Indianapolis 500-winning race car driver

Otto von Bismarck, German chancellor: Odin and several others

Clara Bow, silent screen actress: Duke

James Brolin, actor in Westworld: Buck

Sid Caesar, TV comedian: Julius (obviously)

Roger Caras, author of animal books

Wilt Chamberlain, basketball star: had several

Chubby Checkers, rock and roll singer

Mike Douglas, TV talk show host: (also) Duke

Faisal, king of Saudi Arabia

Kelsey Grammer, actor

Maxwell Knight, author: Lorna

Olivia Newton-John, singer: Zargon

Bruce Lee, actor in martial arts films: Bobo

Ruta Lee, actress: Kronen

Greg Louganis, Olympic gold medalist in diving: Freeway and several others

Meredith MacRae, actress: Shinka and others

Valerie Perrine, actress: Ching and others

Alexander Pope, English Poet: Bounce

Manfred Freiher von Richthofen, German air ace also known as the Red Baron: Moritz

Franklin D. Roosevelt, US prez: President (what a suitable name)

Willaim Shatner, actor

Leslie Uggams, singer, actress

Gretchen Wyler, broadway musical actress,: Khan and others

This info was taken from the book Why We Love The Dogs We Do by Stanley Coren

05-22-2004, 07:19 PM
What About The Shih Tzu

05-23-2004, 05:41 AM
The Shih Tzu! They are self-assured dogs, meaning they are spontaneous and sometimees audacious!

Yul Brynner, actor in the King and I, 10 Commandments

Betty Buckley, actress in Cats: Bridget, Gemma, Jessie

Oleg Cassini, fashoin designer: Mr. Flinton

Cixi (Tzu Hsi), dowager empress of China

Phyllis Diller, comedian: Fang (What a name for a Shih Tzu)

Elizabeth, Enlgand's Queen Mother: Choo Choo

Zsa Zsa Gabor, actress, author, 'Moulin Rouge'

Bill Gates, computer genius, founder of Microsoft

George 6, king of England

George Klein, TV show host

Dalai Lama, religious leader of Tibet

Greg Maddux, pro baseball player: Has two

06-27-2004, 10:06 AM
what about lhasa apsos?

06-27-2004, 10:09 AM
What about miniature schnauzers???

06-28-2004, 06:10 AM
Mini schnauzers have been posted already!

06-28-2004, 07:33 AM
I already saw you post chihuahuas, but Paris Hilton has one named Tinkerbell as well. Also who own the chi in Legally Blonde and Legally Blonde 2 named Bruiser? Is it the actress who owns it, or someone on the set, if the book lets you know?

06-28-2004, 10:26 AM
I know that Sharon Osbourn owns a Pomeranian. Which is the breed I am thinking of getting, she owns quite a few of them :p I know this cuz I used to watch the Osbourns, very funny and they had lots of dogs ;) Queen Victoria also had poms. The larger types though, they are not around anymore...

06-29-2004, 06:53 AM
This is for Starr:

Lhasa Apsos are consistent dogs, which means they are self-contained and home-loving.

Here are the celebs:

Burt Bacharach, composer pianist "Raindrops keep falling on my head" and "what the world needs now" :Hoover

Richard Burton, actor : Georgia

Red Buttons, actor

Phyllis Diller, comedian: Phearlss (this is a very weird name :) )

Eva Gabor, actress: Baby Lion and others

Bob Hope, comedian/actor: Coco

Carol Lawrence, actress, singer in West Side Story: Miss Magoo

Michael Learned, actor: Doris

Liberace, pipanist: Chop Suey (I can't believe he named his dog this)

Bob Mackie, clothing designer: Pansy, Amber

Elizabeth Taylor, actress: Elsa

Jonathan Taylor Thomas, actor: McCormick

Gretchen Wyler, Broadway musical actress: Mickey

06-29-2004, 06:54 AM
This is for crazy4chis:

The book is quite old, 1998, so it didn't mention Paris hilton. And since Legally Blonde wasn't out yet, I don't have the info, sorry!

But the chihuahua was real sweet!

06-29-2004, 06:58 AM
To Ruby Eyes: Pomeranians are consistent dogs, meaning they are self-contained and home-loving.

Here are the celebs who own Pomeranians

Karl Friedrich Abel, German symphonic composer and musician

Shelley Duvall, actress: Zoe

David Hasselhoff, actor: Jenny, Killer and others

Walter Savage Landor, romantic poet: Giallo, others

Martin Luther, reformation religious leader: Belferlein (ok, this is not a typo)

Michelangelo, artist: the dog sat on a satin pillow while he painted the Sistine Chapel

Isaac Newton, physicist: Diamond

Constance Talmadge, silent movie star: Dinkey

Victoria, Queen of England: Beppo, Fluffy, Gilda, Lulu, Mino, Nino and others

Tammy Wynette, coungtry singer: Killer (so many Pomeranians are Killers)

Emile Zola, French novelist

This info was taken from the book Why We Love the Dogs We Do by Stanley Coren

06-29-2004, 07:59 AM
O wow, that is an old book. That is neat though, thanks for the info. Ya chihuahuas are very sweet. Mine is so sweet, she loves to curl up around our necks. I don't know if you saw Legally Blonde and Legally Blonde 2, but I've only seen the first. But I heard in the 2nd they hav a mini. treadmill for Bruiser which now I want to see the movie just to see the adorable puppy.

06-29-2004, 08:21 AM
that is so cool. :) i thought the lhasas were the forgotten breed. :rolleyes:

08-08-2004, 06:31 AM
Shakespeare had a basset hound and even talked about it's low slung ears in Midsummer's Night Eve

08-08-2004, 08:40 PM
really??? cool, ha ha, i'm not a shakespeare person

08-09-2004, 10:26 AM
I really need to pick up that book. I've met Dr. Coren.. he really knows his stuff!

Okay.. how about Shelties and Collies?

09-02-2004, 03:32 PM
Fonzie I have a chinese crested as well as a Yorkie. The Chinese Crested are awesome and very protective.

09-05-2004, 10:29 AM
Hi, anyone who had Pomeranian's?

09-06-2004, 12:16 AM
Ok, pomeranians They are consistent dogs, which means they are self-contained and home-loving.

Karl Friedrich Abel, german composer and musician

Shelley duvall, actress: Zoe

David Hasselhoff, actor in TV series baywatch: Jenny, Killer and others

Walter Savage Landor, romantic poet: Giallo and others

Martin Luther, reformation religious leader: Belferlein, often mentioned in his writings

Michelangelo, artist, The dog sat on a stain pillow while he painted the Sistine Chapel

Isaac Newton, physicist: Diamond

Constace Talmadge, silent movie star: dinkey

Victoria, queen of England: beppo, Fluffy, Gilda, Lulu Mino, Nino, others

Tammy Wynette, country singer: Killer

Emile Zola, french novelist

09-09-2004, 07:27 PM
Hey Shgrll,

How About A Sealyham Terrier??

09-10-2004, 02:03 PM
What about manchester terriers!!??

09-11-2004, 02:53 PM
what about pekingese?

09-21-2004, 07:06 AM
Sealyham Terrier:

Tallulah Bankhead, actress: Him (the names celebs give are always SO weird!)

Humphrey Bogart, actor, Casablanca: Dorarichh, Butch

A.J. Cronin, author: Bunker

George V, King of England: Jack

Rex Harrison: British actor in My Fair Lady, Dr. Dolittle: William

Alfred Hitchcock, director: Geoffrey, Stanley

Margareet, princess of England: Johnny

Lilli Palmer, actress: William

Will Rogers, humorist: Jocko

Maurice Sendak, children's author: jennie

09-21-2004, 07:10 AM
Manchester Terriers. Only 2:

Agatha Christie, author: Bingo and others

Ian Fleming, author, best known for James bond novels

09-21-2004, 07:14 AM
The Pekenise:

Alexandra, queen consort of Engaldn: Xerxes

Richard Burton, actor: E'en So, shared with Elizabeth Taylor

Cixi (Tzu Hai), dowager empress of China: Had many

Dorothy Gish, silent film actress: Rover

Beatrice Lillie, comedian/actress: Lord Button

Beatrix Potter, author, the Tale of Peter Rabbit: Tzutsee (i think she has a sheltie too...)

Victoria, queen of England: Looty

Edith Wharton, writer: Mitou and others

Betty White, actress, comedian: Bandy, Bootie, others

09-23-2004, 06:09 PM

09-24-2004, 10:03 PM
I can't believe this thread is still around!

09-25-2004, 02:41 PM
What about Doberman Pinchers?

09-25-2004, 03:12 PM
PAPILLONS!! TELL MEEE!! :cool: Please?

09-30-2004, 08:27 PM
What About Dobermans?????????????????????????????? :)))))))))))

10-01-2004, 10:40 PM
OOOHHH WHO OWNS MASTIFFS????I so wanna know i own a mix!!!!


10-03-2004, 11:48 AM
Oh, Brittany Spaniels!! Tell Me, Ohhhh, Tell Me!! Please!! :d :d

10-12-2004, 12:29 PM
any Border Collies

10-18-2004, 08:17 PM
I believe that Linda Blair owns an APBT (American PitBull Terrier)

I own American Staffordshire Terriers.

10-19-2004, 04:16 AM

John Browning, concert pianist: Tyler

Louis XIII, King of France

T. Boone Pickens, controversial millionaire business man: Sir Winston

This info was taken from the book Why We Love the Dogs We do, by Stanley Coren

10-19-2004, 04:19 AM
Ok, here's for Doberman Pinchers. There are quite alot, so i'll just choose some.

Beatrice Arthur, actress, the Golden Girls: Jennifer

Mark Breland, welterweight boxing champion

Mariah Carey, rock and roll singer: Duke and several others

sharon Davies, olympic Gold medal swimmer

John F. kennedy, US president: Moe

bela Lugosi, actor, best known as Dracula: hector

Priscilla Presley, actress in the Naked Gun: Willie

Tanya Roberts, actress in Sheena, TV series Charlie's Angels: Catcher

William Shatner, actor, Captain Kirk of Star Trek: Kirk and others (took his role's name)

Rudolph Valentino, actor: Kabar

Gretchen Wyler, Broadway actress: Nadia

10-19-2004, 04:21 AM
Ok, now the Mastiff.

Alexander the Great, Macedonian general: Peritas (cool name)

Kirstie Alley, actress

Dirk Bogarde, actor: Candida

Marlon Brando, actor in the Godfather: Schlubber

George DiCenzo, actor: pookie and others

Douglas Fairbanks, silent movie star

Rutherford B. Hayes, US president: Duke

George C. Scott, actor: Max

10-19-2004, 04:23 AM
Brittany Spaniels now

Only One: Susan Dey, actress in the TV series The Partridge Family, LA Law, Love and War

10-19-2004, 04:24 AM
Border Collies:

matthew Broderick, actor in Ferris bueller's Day Off

Jane Fonda, actress

Tom Hayden, political activist: Scott

John James, actor: Cub

Michael Keaton, actor in Beetle juice, Batman: Dusty

Donald McCaig, author of Nop's Trials

David Rose, TV talk show host

jerry Seinfeld actor

Andrew Shue, actor

This info was taken from the book Why We Love the Dogs We do, by Stanley Coren

10-27-2004, 07:16 AM
what about pit bulls and foxhounds

11-03-2004, 05:54 AM
I'm sorry, they don't seem to have listed Pit Bulls (i wonder why, they're not very rare aren't they.)

Anyway, here are the foxhounds:

Alex colville, Canadian Artist

Andrew Jackson, US president

Thomas Jefferson, US president

James Madison, US persident

George Washington, US president (bumper crop, isn't it): Vulcan and others

11-03-2004, 08:15 AM
treeing walker coonhounds
anatolian shepards

11-13-2004, 11:48 PM
what about the tibetan Mastiff?

11-17-2004, 01:41 AM
Well, they don't haf coonhounds, canaans and no anatolian shepherds too! It's quite an old book, n not many dogs are mentioned.

What is a canaan anyway? Haha, I have never heard of one before.

As for the tibetan mastiff, they only haf 'mastiff' so here they are:

Alexander the Great, Macedonian general: Peritas (sounds like a snack)

Kirstie Alley, actress

Dirk Bogarde, actor: Candida

Marlon Brand0, actor in the Godfather (recently deceased, god bless him): Schlubber

George DiCenzo, actor: Pookie and others

Doouglas Fairbanks, silent movie star

Rutherford B Hayes, US president: Duke

George C Scott, actor: Max

This info was taken from the book Why We Love The Dogs We Do by Stanley Coren

06-16-2006, 01:58 PM
How about the BOSTON TERRIER...


08-20-2007, 10:11 AM
I'm desperate to find out celebs who own/have owned this breed (NOT the American Staffordshire Terrier, NOT the Bull Terrier, and NOT the American Pit Bull Terrier). Any help is appreciated!

08-20-2007, 10:16 AM
I'm subscribing now

08-22-2007, 01:20 AM
Fonzie I have a chinese crested as well as a Yorkie. The Chinese Crested are awesome and very protective.

I've noticed that too, our new neighbor has Chinese Crested, he's lively.

01-24-2010, 11:06 AM
What famous people own West Highland Terriers (westies)?

Thanks! :popworm:

01-24-2010, 11:21 AM
"If you have to ask how much something costs, you can't afford it."

K Richardson
01-26-2010, 12:09 PM
How about German Shep's??

01-26-2010, 09:51 PM
I'm desperate to find out celebs who own/have owned this breed (NOT the American Staffordshire Terrier, NOT the Bull Terrier, and NOT the American Pit Bull Terrier). Any help is appreciated!

I know this is super old, but I believe Orlando Bloom had a Staff.

02-06-2011, 12:52 AM
Hello! Any idea what type of dogs celebrity Jennifer Saunders owns???? Thanks!

02-06-2011, 12:43 PM
This thread is like 7 years old. I don't think the OP is responding any more.

02-10-2011, 02:03 PM
We have a mini-Schnauzer. I don't know what famous people have owned one, but one thing I have noticed --- if you read any histories about the Nazi era, you'll see photos of Schnauzers along with the Nazi families. From movies I assumed the German Shepard was the favorite Nazi dog (which it was for guard dog duties) but apparently mini-schnauzies were popular family dogs. Just an interesting historical tidbit.

Speaking of history, I wonder how Corgies became the "official" dog of British royalty? I also noticed that the famous children's illustrator Tasha Tudor was very enamored of corgies, and would often place them in her illustrations whenever a dog would fit in the picture.

02-10-2011, 02:07 PM
the kennel i use to manage sold steven segall nanny a great dane and i took care of chubby checkers great dane panashe