Australian Labradoodle Dog Names in Pop Culture
When a baby comes into the family and a bit later the parents have to go away for trip, Aunt Sarah and her two Siamese Cats named Si and Am arrive to look after the baby. The cats create havoc, blaming Lady for all their mischief. Aunt Sarah takes a dislike to Lady and life gets worse for her from there on. Aunt Sarah doesn't trust Lady with the dog, and a fits a muzzle on her. Terrified, Lady runs away and is rescued by Tramp, a mongrel from the opposite side of the tracks. A romance develops after Tramp finds a way to get the muzzle from Lady's face. But Lady still returns home to care for the baby. Tramp is not use to behaving, and after chasing the chickens around a yard escapes the dog catcher but Lady is caught and impounded. Her friends, the two faithful dogs Jock and Trusty, have been caught too. After Aunt Sarah finally claims Lady, she is chained in the backyard as punishment. But Lady sees a rat enter the house, and barks a warning.
To keep the story short, this lovely loyal dog and her stray boyfriend get into the house to save the baby from the rat. Aunt Sarah thinks they are attacking the baby and calls the dog catcher. Luckily for the dogs, the family arrive home and everything is sorted out and ends happily ever after, which is always what we want to see. The character of Lady exemplifies all we love in a dog. She is sweet, good-natured, protective and loyal. Even Tramp becomes a little more refined after falling under her spell. Her devotion to the baby is main part of the plot, whereas she could have run away and stayed away, but being a typical dog, she felt responsible and returned to protect the baby regardless of her own mistreatment. All dogs carry the same traits. The Australian Labradoodle is loyal, trusted, devoted and an affectionate family member. They will love and protect you even at a cost to themselves. You can't go wrong with a name like Lady for your dog, and if you get two - you could call the other one Tramp!