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The children's television show Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, created and hosted by ordained Presbyterian minister Fred Rogers, was a revolutionary show when it aired in 1968 and its messages of kindness, thoughtfulness, and love are still relevant and important today. Fred Rogers loved everyone, but most of all he loved children. He believed that they should be treated with respect and honesty and his beliefs and his genuine kindness were palpable in every single episode of his show. The show blended live action and puppetry to teach children about important and serious subjects such as prejudice, assassination, disagreements, and even war and how to peacefully deal with the feelings of anger and confusion that they created.

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The characters and places that Fred Rogers created were created out of love and kindness, both the characters represented by real people and those that were represented by puppets. His show was on the air from 1968 until 2001 and has continued to influence both children and adults even after his death in 2003. New pet parents that were positively influenced by Mr. Rogers, or whose children have loved the show, can find a number of great sources of inspiration for a name in his show. Dogs that have a melodious voice or respond enthusiastically to music may find fitting names like Edgar, Joe, or Yoshi, all characters who loved singing and music, while those that are shy but sweet may prefer a name like Daniel, after Daniel Tiger or Ana, for Ana Platypus, and names like David, Maggie, or Chuck are appropriate for dogs that like to work hard at whatever they choose to do. When choosing a name, some people prefer to honor a place in the show or a symbol of the show. Examples of these types of names can include things like Oak, for the great oak tree that X the Owl and Henrietta Pussy cat lived in, or Trolley, after the iconic trolley that transported the audience from Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood to the Neighborhood of Make Believe.
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