Celebrating National Dog Day with a famous furry star!

Trained as a canine actress, Terry starred in 17 films and lived to 11, even acting with Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz.


In Los Angeles, he soared to fame after a filmmaker spotted his 12-foot leap at a dog show. He then starred in about 30 tailored films.

Rin Tin Tin

A popular movie star in the '40s and '50s, this unique, long-coated dog became one of history's most famous canines.


Time hailed Trakr top 10 heroic animals. In 2009, BioArts cloned him due to his fame and their pet cloning services.


Bobbie the Wonder Dog

Notably, he starred in a 1924 silent film. Later, he was laid to rest in the Oregon Humane Society's pet cemetery in 1927. 


He became the face of monumental success and is now known as one of the most famous dogs in history.

Nemo A534, a Security Police K-9, guarded Tan Son Nhut Air Base. These sentry dogs signaled threats but often paid with their lives.


Freud adored Jofi, thinking dogs like him could understand humans.



Injured but alive, Lex stayed with his Marine owner despite shrapnel. Paramedics had to separate them for medical evaluation.

Sinbad, the Lovable Mutt