You have just brought home an adorable, cuddly pup who is, at this time, busy sniffing and checking out their new home, with the kids oohing and aahing over the playful pooch as they romp through the house. Puppies are so much fun, and that fun brings with it a boatload of new responsibilities. Those new duties can be overwhelming if one person takes on the burden alone, but it gets much more comfortable when they’re spread out among the entire family. And, utilizing the whole family helps make the task of naming your pet more manageable, too.
Dog Names Meaning Rusty in Pop Culture
The film industry, down through the decades, has contributed a great deal to the various levels of entertainment experienced by human beings of all ages. This contribution is especially noted in the realm of children’s movies, TV series, and even YouTube videos, adding a layer to fun for our kids as they age. Our pop culture spotlight for today is Rusty, who shares the name of our theme of dog names meaning rusty.
He is a Beagle actor who plays the role of a mixed-breed elder brother to some unlucky pups. The movie, released in 1998, is a relatively low-budget film that consists of human actors as well as a variety of non-human characters who are real animal actors who talk. In the movie, you’ll experience some very unusual situations occurring between the many talking animal species, which include several other dogs, several ducks, a cat, an elephant, a goat, a raccoon, a cow, a snake, a pigeon, and several turtles.
Rusty lives in an animal shelter and farm owned managed by Byd and Edna Callahan, who are the grandparents of Jory and Tess, who recently came to live with them after being orphaned by the death of both parents. The kids are beneficiaries of a rich trust given to them by their deceased parents, and it is this rich trust which gets them involved in a series of events, built into a kidnapping scheme engineered by their evil cousins, Bart, and Bertha Bimini. Because they need to earn enough money to secure a lawyer to aid them in this evil scheme, Bart and Bertha kidnap a newborn litter of pups from the animal shelter, planning to sell them to the highest bidder to supplement their legal monies. Rusty, aided by other barnyard buddies as well as some new friends they meet along the way, manages to rescue the puppies and keep the kids safe from the wicked plans of Bart and Bertha.
The film is purely intended for younger audiences, and due to the age of these focused viewers, the comedic situations may seem too funny and senseless from an adult perspective, but kids love the movie and don’t seem to notice the inconsistencies that we older viewers note. It is, nonetheless, a sweet movie, with wacky characters and plot, intended as entertainment and nothing more.