Shenzhen Dog Names in Pop Culture
Hong Kong Phooey was a cartoon made by Hanna-Barbera Productions that aired on September 7, 1974, and continued to play on Saturday mornings until December 21, 1974. Although it only lasted for about three months, it was very popular with children all over the world. The cartoon is similar to other superhero cartoons such as Superman because Hong Kong Phooey is actually Penrod “Penry” Pooch, who is a janitor at the city’s police station.
By working at the police station, Penry was able to listen in and find out about any kind of trouble that was being reported. Each episode would start out with the telephone operator, Rosemary, answering the phone by saying "Hello, hello, police headquarters, this is Rosemary, the lovely lassie with the classy chassis." Then she would tell Sergeant Flint what the problem was, and Penry would jump behind a vending machine and into the top drawer of his filing cabinet to change into Hong Kong Phooey.
When Hong Kong Phooey tries to get out of the filing cabinet, he gets stuck and has to get help from Spot, the office cat who has to help him constantly because Hong Kong Phooey is just a yellow belt in karate and is quite a klutz. He is learning karate through a correspondence course but has not mastered all the lessons yet, so he makes a lot of funny mistakes.
After getting out of the cabinet, he slides down an ironing board, bounces off an old couch, through a window, and into a dumpster outside where he comes out in his Phooey mobile. In his Phooey mobile, this silly superhero sets out to save the day, but it typically ends up with Hong Kong Phooey making a bunch of mistakes while Spot does the real work.
Even when Hong Kong Phooey runs into things, crashes into someone, or irritates someone on the street, they quickly forgive him once they see who it is because he is known as the city’s hero. Spot may be the one who ends up doing all the work and helps Hong Kong Phooey stay out of danger, but it is Phooey who gets the credit, and since Spot cannot speak, nobody knows it is he who is the true hero.
However, Hong Kong Phooey means well and always tries to help no matter how dangerous the crime may be. The Phooey mobile is also important in helping Hong Kong Phooey fight crime because it can change into different vehicles when Phooey rings a gong. Sergeant Flint would eventually show up to arrest the criminals, but Phooey would always get the credit no matter what.
Shenzhen Dog Name Considerations
Shenzhen dog names can apply to breeds which were developed in any Asian area including China, Japan, and South Korea, but they can also be chosen for any poochie just because you like the title or sound of the title. Choosing a name for your new pupster does not have to be a chore, though. You can wait and spend time with your new furbaby for a few days or weeks to get to know their personality. This can help you learn any unique quirks or habits that your new canine kid has so you may be able to get an idea for the perfect moniker for them.
Fur example, Buddha or Monk are both awesome names for a mellow pup; Shenshi, which is the Chinese word for gentleman, is great for a well-mannered doggo; Nao Nao, which is Chinese for naughty, is a pawesome name for a dog who doesn’t listen; and Wan, which means gentle and graceful in Shenzhen, would be ideal for a sweet pooch. If you want a name that goes with your dog’s appearance, Jin means gold in Chinese and is great for a gold dog, Hai is Chinese for black and perfect for a black pooch, and Bai means white in Shenzhen and is excellent for a white dog. We've listed some of our faves here to help you get started.