Dog Names that Start with R in Pop Culture
Not to be confused with TinTin the cartoon character, Rin Tin Tin was a male German Shepherd that became an international star in motion pictures. Soldier Lee Duncan rescued the dog from a World War l battlefield where he had been sent forward to the small French village of Flirey to see if it would make a good flying field for his unit which was the 135th Aero Squadron. The area had endured bombing and artillery and there he found a severely damaged kennel. In that kennel was a starving mother trying to nurse a litter of five tiny puppies. They were less than a week old and in poor health. Duncan rescued the family and took them back to his unit. After caring for the dog and puppies, and once they were weaned, he gave the mother to an officer, and three of the litter to other soldiers. But he kept two of the puppies for himself; one was a male - the other a female, which he said were a symbol of good luck. He named the dogs Rin Tin Tin and Nanette. In July 1919 Duncan managed to smuggle the dogs out onboard a ship bound for the United States at the end of the war. Once home, he worked to trained the dog (Nanette unfortunately died of pneumonia) and he secured work for him in silent films. Rin Tin Tin became an immediate success. The dog worked in 27 Hollywood movies and not only changed the fortune of his owner and the movie studios, but he also promoted the breed (the German Shepherd) after the war.
Another canine movie star was a dog called Reno in the movie comedy, Top Dog with Chuck Norris. The film was about a police office named Wilder whose new partner is a dog called Reno. A case involving a domestic terrorist plot requires them to survive long enough to uncover the truth about the attack and death of the officers former partner and bring them to justice. Reno was a Briard, which is a type of herding dog that originated in France. They are known for their loyalty, strength and intelligence and were even used for military purposes during WW l where many perished. Unfortunately the movie was not as successful as they had hoped but the dog was very lovable and popular. The use of dogs in the movie industry is a well planned strategy to capture the audience, as the directors know all too well how much we all love dogs! These dogs just act because they love to please their owners, its all just a game to them, a bit of fun. But even for fun, dogs always give one hundred percent effort.
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When we brought him home we noticed that he was sick but and we were told we couldn't do much about it since he was so he was so young which meant we had to push through in the weeks later with some TLC he started to get stronger and it felt like a blessing. That's it that's the story.