List of fictional canines in television

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This is a list of fictional canines in television, and is subsidiary to the list of fictional canines. It is a collection of various notable non-animated canines that are not dogs. Animated canines can be found in the list of fictional canines in animation. Dogs can be found in the list of fictional dogs in live-action television and the list of fictional dogs in animated television. Wolves can be found under television in the list of fictional wolves.

Name Species Origin Notes
Akamaru Inuzuka Great Pyrenees "Naruto" Kiba's lifelong friend and partner, and necessary to all of Kiba's Jitsu, and part of the Inuzuka clan.
Basil Brush Fox The Basil Brush Show A mischievous character and a raconteur, Basil Brush is best known for his catchphrase "Ha Ha Ha! Boom! Boom!", used after something he finds funny, and also for speaking in a "posh" accent and manner, referring to himself as a "fella".
Big Bad Wolf Wolf Sesame Street Professional windbag, and connoisseur of pork, and baskets of goodies. He continually engages in the good-natured pursuit of the Three Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood. He has been seen on Sesame Street in many different incarnations over the years, most commonly performed by Jerry Nelson.
Hacker T Dog Dog CBBC Office, Scoop and Hacker Time Hacker T. Dog, otherwise known as Hacker (age 6) is one of the presenters of British children's television service CBBC.[1] He is a puppet dog from Wigan.[2] and is the half brother of Dodge T. Dog. He commentated on the Russia v Belgium at the 2014 World Cup for the BBC.[3]


  1. "Awards Database - The BAFTA site". Retrieved 27 January 2012.
  2. "Wigan News :: wiganworld". 2012. Retrieved 27 January 2012.
  3. "Hacker T Dog's World Cup commentary - Belgium v Russia". BBC. Retrieved 21 August 2014.

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