50 First Dates Inspired Dog Names in Pop Culture
Henry is another popular name for any dog breed. In fact, there are a few pop culture icons named Henry. One, in particular, is a mixed breed dog named Henry whose best friend is a cat named Baloo. Henry and Baloo both had a rough start to life. Both were rescue animals. Henry was adopted by a couple, Andre and Cynthia. Andre and Cynthia enjoy hiking, and they wanted a larger dog to accompany them while outdoors. They chose Henry to become a member of their family, and soon the trio was planning to move to Colorado. Andre and Cynthia found that when they were away at work, Henry seemed to suffer from separation anxiety. So, they decided to get Henry a companion. Baloo was one of eight kittens in an abandoned litter. Almost immediately, Baloo and Henry bonded. Baloo often serves to calm Henry, and the pair play together, hike with the family, and sleep together. The pair is often depicted in their own Instagram account, which has thousands of followers.
50 First Dates Inspired Dog Name Considerations
Now, considering there are no dogs in the film, we have to take some cues from the animals that do appear alongside Sandler and his cast mate, Drew Barrymore. Although there are no dogs that are related to walruses, the walrus does "bark" at his human companions. He also knows how to perform many tricks. So, while the walrus doesn't resemble this breed, the intelligence of the Poodle comes to mind. Next, Lucy has the unfortunate circumstance of hitting a cow. This leads to the idea of cow herding dogs such as the Australian Shepherd, the Blue Heeler, or the Collie. Any of these breeds would be fitting as having a name inspired by 50 First Dates.