Spice Inspired Dog Names in Pop Culture
Dill never seems to be able to hold still and possesses a very hyper-active personality. Although a high energy level is not typical of the breed, Dill's coloring and extremely furry ears could suggest that he may be based off of the King Charles Spaniel. This theory is not confirmed by anyone from the making of the film however, so the exact breed that Dill was molded after is left up to debate and shall forever remain a mystery. Thankfully, the breed does not make the dog, and the fact that we don't know exactly what Dill is doesn't really matter! Children everywhere loved him for his fun, wacky personality and witty banter.
At first, Dill didn't have many speaking lines at all when he made his debut in The Herbs. But after the TV show ended and the high popularity of Parsley the Lion demanded an encore for the lovable cartoon animals, the creators decided to create another show called The Adventures of Parsley. In this series, Dill grows from just a simple character to a complete sidekick and best pal of Parsley the Lion. Just like every character from this particular show, Dill had a couple of special songs that he would sing that perfectly portrayed his personality. Dill's songs were short but catchy and a few examples of them are as follows:
"I'm Dill the dog, I'm a dog called Dill. Though my tail I'd love to get, I've never caught it yet!"
"I'm Dill the dog, I'm a dog called Dill. Though my teeth are sharp and white, I would never, never bite!"
"I"m Dill the dog, I'm a dog called Dill. I'm rather small and furry, and often in a hurry!"
Clearly these songs, while short, help to portray a lot about Dill's personality. He is gentle, friendly, and loves to be on the move. It's easy to see why Dill the dog would be a favorite of children who watched the show, as well as still be a favorite of those who discover him today.
Spice Inspired Dog Name Considerations
Another great example for a spice named dog would be Pepper. This name would be perfect for a pied dog or one who has a super upbeat and energetic personality. If you are the type of person that tends to see Pepper as the more toned down companion of Salt, you might even decide that the name Pepper is perfect for a more laid-back and even-keeled dog, perhaps older and with a bit of white showing throughout his black fur.
Community Dogs with Spice Inspired Names
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