What is a famous cartoon dog? Some of the top choices include classic dog characters such as Pluto, Snoopy, and Scooby-Doo as they’ve been around for decades and continue to entertain audiences to this day. Cartoon pups have been in some of the most emotional scenes in TV shows, such as Seymour waiting for Fry to show up in the cartoon Futurama.
Who is the most famous cartoon dog in the world? Scooby-Doo
This sleuthy goober of a dog has been sniffing out villains for more than 50 years. Few other animated pups’ résumés stack up to Scooby’s!
What’s the name of a cartoon dog? Clifford: A childhood favorite—from both books and cartoons—it doesn’t get any more classic than Clifford. Lady: This name, inspired by the Disney classic The Lady and the Tramp, constantly ranks in the top 100 most popular dog names in the United States. Scooby: Jinkies!
What is the old cartoon with the dog? Muttley is a fictional dog created in 1968 by Hanna-Barbera Productions; he was originally voiced by Don Messick. He is the foil to the cartoon villain Dick Dastardly, and appeared with him in the 1968 television series Wacky Races and its 1969 spinoff, Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines.