Two Syllable Dog Names in Pop Culture
Pickles ( great name for a dog by the way) was born in 1962 and was a black and white Collie. The Jules Rimet Trophy was stolen in March 1966 only four months before the FIFA World Cup was due to kick off in England. Despite top security, the thieves ignored a priceless rare stamp collection called Sport with Stamps, and lifted the silver-gilt trophy which was valued at far less. A middle man was caught but had passed the cup on to another person who was never caught. On Sunday March 27th, just seven days after it was stolen, four year old Pickles was out with his owner and sniffed out the cup. Pickles became an instant celebrity and was invited to the celebration banquet to enjoy a few treats and lots of attention. David Corbett, his owner, was awarded 5000 British Pounds as a reward while Pickles was awarded the silver medal of the National Canine Defense League. Pickles' fame led to starring roles in the movie with Edward Sykes and June Whitfield in the 1966 film The Spy with a Cold Nose. He was also named Dog of the Year and awarded a year of free food by pet manufacturer Spillers. It was good to see a dog so well rewarded for his efforts and dedicated sporting fans applauded his contribution while allowed the FIFA World Cup to kick off as planned.
Another famous dog name that has two syllables is Buddy, the male chocolate colored Labrador Retriever who was one of the pets kept by the Clinton family while Bill Clinton was the President of the United States. Well trained and always looking his best, Buddy was a true friend to the family and probably a great deterrent for anyone wanting to try their luck and get close to the family.
Higgins was another canine star and is one of the best dog actors around. In the 1960-1970's people recognised him as the star of the original movie Benji, and the dog from Petticoat Junction - two of the most popular roles he played during his amazing 14 year career in the entertainment business. With eyes that could melt steel, this small dog won many hearts as he gave his all. He was awarded with the PATSY Award for Best Canine in 1967.
Two Syllable Dog Name Considerations
Community Dogs with Two Syllable Names
She looks like Pepper.
i love him
It just fits her.
My name was Autumn and we were going for another season name. He was white and small, so we chose Winter. His hair never grew past 2 inches.
We love her. :)
Well we got her and we though she was coo coo so I said Lulu and then I said Lucy so yah.
We heard someone call their dog Lola and we thought "That is the best name i have ever heard!".