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Famous Dogs

written by: Delia
 
Fame is not restricted only to humans. Dogs are man's best friend and have played an important part in all of our lives one way or the other. Play this quiz and get some interesting facts about the most famous dogs in the world.

Question 1:


This dog belonged to the 42nd US President, Bill Clinton. He was named after an uncle who raised and trained dogs for 50 years before he died.
Diamond
Buddy
Enzo
Feller

Question 2:


This Yorkshire Terrier became a hero in World War II. He participated in battles for 18 months. During that time he flew on 12 combat missions of 22 hours nonstop.
Smoky
Centaur Pendragon
Cheyenne
Clipper

Question 3:


This puppy was rescued from debris of shattered buildings in Germany during World War I. He stared in 25 movies including, “Where The North Begins” (1925). He signed contracts by himself with his paw print.
Lassie
Rin Tin Tin
Enzo
Benjy

Question 4:


This famous dog is known as "a party animal". He first appeared on the TV screen water skiing, laughing and skateboarding in a 1987 Bud Light beer commercial.
Spuds MacKenzie
Goofy
Lassie
Snoopy

Question 5:


You may have seen this dog on the comedy series "Frasier". He also appeared on the cover of "Life", "TV Guide" and "Entertainment Weekly".
Eddie
Laika
Sparkie
Fraiser

Question 6:


This dog was the first living being to orbit planet Earth. She went into space aboard the Soviet Union's "Sputnik 2" on November 3, 1957.
Goofy
Ch. Bolero Dolce Sinfonia
Orbits
Laika

Question 7:


A popular family TV series made this dog famous. Her story began as a short story written for Saturday Evening Post in 1938.
Lucie
Sassy
Lala
Lassie

Question 8:


Advertising of record label HMV (His Master's Voice) made this dog famous. It showed the dog listening to his master's gramophone.
Toto
Nipper
Bingo
Rover

Question 9:


This dog is almost as famous as Shakespeare. He was mentioned 151 times and the only canine to ever appear in a Shakespearean play.
Thisbe
Crab
Max
Pongo

Question 10:


This german shepherd was Adolf Hitler's favorite dog. Before Hitler committed suicide using cyanide he tested it on the dog.
Adolf
Nana
Quoodle
Blondie

 


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