Spy Dog Names in Pop Culture
The movie Cats & Dogs debuted in 2001 and centered on the long-standing rivalry between the two species. In a fun and light-hearted manner, the movie portrays cats as evil geniuses bent on taking over the world. A group of spy dogs, known as secret agents of D.O.G.S and the Canine Intelligence Service, are working on a Top Secret mission to protect the interests of dogs the world over. The two most well-known of these dogs are Lou, the Beagle, and Butch the Anatolian Shepherd. True to the spy theme, Lou is an ambitious and rambunctious Beagle who wishes to see the world and have adventure rather than be tied down to a family and a yard. Butch, who is an older operative in the film, is jaded on humans and family but still loyal to the human race and his mission to protect the canine and human relationship. The film blends the spy theme with dog personalities and comedy in a way unseen before in film or entertainment. The characters have gone on to make a sequel that plays on the same spy and species rivalry themes and continues to bring together two seemingly unconnected categories, dogs, and spies. Other notable dog names from this series include Peek, Chinese Crested dog and Head of Covert Ops, Sam, an Old English Sheepdog and best friend to Peek, and Buddy, a former operative Bloodhound who is catnapped by the evil cat agents working for Feline Liberation Front.
Spy Dog Name Considerations
Community Dogs with Spy Names
Dallas mean that he like to play around and catch things like to eat and like to drink
Fangette is a female pseudonym of "Fang" From Get Smart