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17th Jul '16 4:16:58 PM Gingerkitteh
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* ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'' has you save one named Missile. A small Pomeranian, who he himself admits, is only really good a yapping loudly and not much else. However with the help of the protagonist's supernatural ghost tricks, he is able to save himself and his mistress from a hitman. [[spoiler:He later gains his own ghost tricks and becomes an important ally later on in the game]].

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* ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'' has you save one named Missile. A small Pomeranian, who he himself admits, is only really good a at yapping loudly and not much else. However with the help of the protagonist's supernatural ghost tricks, he is able to save himself and his mistress from a hitman. [[spoiler:He later gains his own ghost tricks and becomes an important ally later on in the game]].
25th Jun '16 9:58:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* On ''AngelaAnaconda'', Nanette has a (male) poodle named Ooh-La-La, that she dresses up in a tutu and tiara. He, however, would like to roll around in garbage and act like a normal dog, along with Angela's mutt, King.

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* On ''AngelaAnaconda'', ''WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda'', Nanette has a (male) poodle named Ooh-La-La, that she dresses up in a tutu and tiara. He, however, would like to roll around in garbage and act like a normal dog, along with Angela's mutt, King.
23rd Jun '16 5:11:00 PM Seanette
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* Trope subverted by [[http://dogs-in-art.blogspot.com/2005/11/poodle-with-mohawk-by-barry.html Lynda Barry]].
23rd Jun '16 4:23:14 PM vifetoile
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In any case, [[TruthInTelevision we now live in a world where]], if you wanted to do so, you could get your terrier's nails painted as she gets fitted for a thousand-dollar collar. Never mind the fact that dogs are very obviously (you'd think) not little hairy people and have markedly different wants and needs. Your terrier would be just as happy -- and probably more happy -- with an inexpensive comfortable fabric collar and an afternoon playing with you in the park.

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In any case, [[TruthInTelevision we now live in a world where]], if you wanted to do so, you could get your terrier's nails painted as she gets fitted for a thousand-dollar collar. Never mind the fact that dogs are very obviously (you'd think) not little hairy people people, and have markedly different wants and needs. Your terrier would be just as happy -- and probably more happy -- with an inexpensive inexpensive, comfortable fabric collar and an afternoon playing with you in the park.
15th May '16 11:44:08 PM nombretomado
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* Bucky Barnes, of all people, acquires a "half terrier/half pedigree dust mop" in [[http://archiveofourown.org/series/292070 these]] MarvelCinematicUniverse stories. Punk is a downplayed example, since he's excitable and [[TheDitz not terribly bright]] but reasonably good natured and not too yappy.

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* Bucky Barnes, of all people, acquires a "half terrier/half pedigree dust mop" in [[http://archiveofourown.org/series/292070 these]] MarvelCinematicUniverse Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse stories. Punk is a downplayed example, since he's excitable and [[TheDitz not terribly bright]] but reasonably good natured and not too yappy.
21st Apr '16 6:17:15 PM WoolieWool
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* While Pomeranians are typically portrayed as such, they're actually descended from some larger breeds such as the Husky, the Malamute and the Samoyed. In fact, the original Pomeranian was also the same size as these bigger dogs.

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* While Pomeranians are typically portrayed as such, they're actually descended from some larger breeds such as the German Spitz, a quite large dog related to the Husky, the Malamute and the Samoyed. In fact, the original Pomeranian was also the same size as these bigger dogs.dogs.
** Spitz-type dogs (the Spitz itself, Huskies and other sled dogs, Shiba Inus, etc.) are in general much more willful, headstrong, and stubborn than most other dogs, and have a huge amount of energy--they are ''not'' lap dogs. Add the usual "small yappy dog" issues on top of the "wild" primitive breed personality and you have a dog that is best left to owners with experience and confidence.
14th Apr '16 5:27:37 PM Sark0TAG
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* ''VideoGame/BeneathASteelSky'' has Spunky, owned by the town's richest (and ugliest) woman, Mrs. Piermont, who pampered her dog to the point of having to take him outside during her own husband's funeral. And it's a yapper all right, which you'll quickly notice when showing it a video of cats. Later, to make a guard move, you have to [[KickTheDog fling Spunky into a pool]] using a makeshift catapult.
7th Apr '16 10:15:42 AM DrFraud
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* In "The Day Off" from ''Theatre/SundayInTheParkWithGeorge'' George pretends to be the dogs in his painting, one of which is a lap dog.

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* In "The Day Off" from ''Theatre/SundayInTheParkWithGeorge'' George Georges pretends to be the dogs in his painting, one of which is a lap dog.
7th Apr '16 10:09:00 AM DrFraud
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* In "The Day Off" from ''Theatre/SundayInTheParkWithGeorge'' George pretends to be the dogs in his painting, one of which is a lap dog.
-->Stuck all week on a lady's lap.\\
Nothing to do but yawn and nap.\\
Can you blame me if I yap?



* At the start of ''VideoGame/DeadRising'', the TooDumbToLive hysterical old lady tears down a barricade to keep zombies out when she sees her MisterMuffykins outside. She doesn't realize that the MisterMuffykins was being ignored by the undead because ''it was one of them''.

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* At the start of ''VideoGame/DeadRising'', the TooDumbToLive hysterical old lady tears down a barricade to keep zombies out when she sees her MisterMuffykins outside. She doesn't realize that the MisterMuffykins was being ignored by the undead because ''it was one of them''.
13th Mar '16 9:02:21 PM PaulA
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* Queenie in the Creator/DannyKaye version of ''The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'', who sits in a high chair to eat, wears a bib, and barks whenever the main character moves.

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* Queenie in the Creator/DannyKaye version of ''The ''Film/{{The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'', Mitty|1947}}'', who sits in a high chair to eat, wears a bib, and barks whenever the main character moves.
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