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9th May '18 3:33:50 PM LinTaylor
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* In ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries'', Ms Catherine de Bourgh has a little lap dog called Anniekins that seems inseparable from her. A god toy is a part of Lizzie's costume for portraying Ms de Burgh. Lizzie thinks Annie is a very creepy pet.
* [[LetsPlay/YoVideogames Maximilian Dood]] has his Pomeranian, Benny, who's essentially his stream's mascot and is affectionately nicknamed "The Hype Dog" by his fans. However, Benny does occasionally lapse into yappiness (mostly when he sees images of himself) which gets him banished from the stream.
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* In ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries'', Ms Catherine de Bourgh has a little lap dog called Anniekins that seems inseparable from her. A god toy is a part of Lizzie's costume for portraying Ms de Burgh. Lizzie thinks Annie is a very creepy pet.
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9th May '18 9:24:40 AM intastiel
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* In ''Webcomic/DaughterOfTheLilies'', the [[http://www.daughterofthelilies.com/dotl/e102 bug-eyed purse dog]] is [[BodySnatcher host]] to a [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demonic]] Drath spirit. Usually host bodies undergo a nightmarish TransformationOfThePossessed, but perhaps the Drath decided that selective breeding had already done enough to the pooch.
26th Apr '18 10:28:22 AM x_countryguy
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-->''[[EatTheDog "Weren't there two of those?"]]''

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-->''[[EatTheDog "Weren't -->'''Lex:''' [[EatTheDog Weren't there two of those?"]]''those?]]



* ''Film/SnakesOnAPlane'' features blond socialite Mercedes and her teacup Chihuahua Mary Kate as two of the ill-fated passengers. Mercedes carries the little yipyap dog in her purse and even has antidepressants for it. [[spoiler: Mary Kate ultimately gets fed to a boa constrictor, who turns on and devours the asshole who threw it the dog.]]

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* ''Film/SnakesOnAPlane'' features blond socialite Mercedes and her teacup Chihuahua Mary Kate as two of the ill-fated passengers. Mercedes carries the little yipyap dog in her purse and even has antidepressants for it. [[spoiler: Mary [[spoiler:Mary Kate ultimately gets fed to a boa constrictor, who turns on and devours the asshole who threw it the dog.]]



* An odd version appears in ''Film/BladeTrinity'', where Wrestling/TripleH's character owns two rottweilers and a little pomeranian [[spoiler: all of which are the split-faced vampire type as well]].
-->'''[[Creator/RyanReynolds Hannibal King]]''': ''*Spots the Pomeranian*'' [[OhCrap Oh fuck me.]] ''*Rottweilers join it*'' [[FromBadToWorse Oh fuck me]] ''sideways''!

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* An odd version appears in ''Film/BladeTrinity'', where Wrestling/TripleH's character owns two rottweilers and a little pomeranian [[spoiler: all [[spoiler:all of which are the split-faced vampire type as well]].
-->'''[[Creator/RyanReynolds Hannibal King]]''': ''*Spots King]]:''' ''[spots the Pomeranian*'' Pomeranian]'' [[OhCrap Oh fuck me.]] ''*Rottweilers ''[rottweilers join it*'' it]'' [[FromBadToWorse Oh fuck me]] ''sideways''!



--->''"All in all, the effect was not of a poodle, but of malformed poodlosity. That is to say, everything about it suggested "poodle" except for the whole thing itself, which suggested walking away."''

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--->''"All --->'''Narrator:''' All in all, the effect was not of a poodle, but of malformed poodlosity. That is to say, everything about it suggested "poodle" except for the whole thing itself, which suggested walking away."''



* The version of the Lady encountered by Literature/RepairmanJack in ''Gateways'' has a chihuahua named Irving (pronounced Oyving). He's a classic cute, handbag-riding MisterMuffykins [[spoiler: and secret KillerRabbit]].

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* The version of the Lady encountered by Literature/RepairmanJack in ''Gateways'' has a chihuahua named Irving (pronounced Oyving). He's a classic cute, handbag-riding MisterMuffykins [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and secret KillerRabbit]].



* ''The Labours of Hercules'', a short story collection by ''Creator/AgathaChristie'', has these pups as a plot in the first story, "The Nemean Lion." Specifically, a crime ring seems to be kidnapping the Pomeranians of rich women by cutting their leashes in the park; the dognappers then send a ransom note demanding money for the Pom's safe return, at the risk of cutting off the poor dog's ears. It's a ''very'' successful scam--over sixteen dogs are stolen in this way--but Poirot is able to solve the mystery: [[spoiler: the crime ring consists of the owners' "companions," or ladies-in-waiting, who are often treated like garbage. Amy Carnaby, the group's leader, hits upon the idea to [[ExploitedTrope exploit this trope]] by switching the rich women's dogs with her own Pom when they go for a walk, then deliberately cutting the leash--her pet is smart enough to make his way home on his own. Poirot expresses sympathy for the women's cause, and even uses his fees from the case as a "final donation" after they agree to cease operations.]]

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* ''The Labours of Hercules'', a short story collection by ''Creator/AgathaChristie'', has these pups as a plot in the first story, "The Nemean Lion." Specifically, a crime ring seems to be kidnapping the Pomeranians of rich women by cutting their leashes in the park; the dognappers then send a ransom note demanding money for the Pom's safe return, at the risk of cutting off the poor dog's ears. It's a ''very'' successful scam--over sixteen dogs are stolen in this way--but Poirot is able to solve the mystery: [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the crime ring consists of the owners' "companions," or ladies-in-waiting, who are often treated like garbage. Amy Carnaby, the group's leader, hits upon the idea to [[ExploitedTrope exploit this trope]] by switching the rich women's dogs with her own Pom when they go for a walk, then deliberately cutting the leash--her pet is smart enough to make his way home on his own. Poirot expresses sympathy for the women's cause, and even uses his fees from the case as a "final donation" after they agree to cease operations.]]



-->163. Not allowed to try and make a dire version of any dog of the toy breeds.
--> 1512. My canine officer can't spend his animal requisition cash to buy two dozen chihuahuas.

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-->163. Not allowed to try and make a dire version of any dog of the toy breeds.
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1512. My canine officer can't spend his animal requisition cash to buy two dozen chihuahuas.



* Once again invoking the JustForFun/ZerothLawOfTropeExamples, a dog of this type was mentioned in ''Theatre/TwoGentlemenOfVerona''. Launce (who contemptuously referred to it as a "squirrel") was supposed to deliver it to Sylvia as a present from his master, but it got stolen by the local hooligans and he replaced it with his dog, Crab, who was ten times larger. It didn't go over well.

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* Once again invoking the JustForFun/ZerothLawOfTropeExamples, JustForFun/TheZerothLawOfTropeExamples, a dog of this type was mentioned in ''Theatre/TwoGentlemenOfVerona''. Launce (who contemptuously referred to it as a "squirrel") was supposed to deliver it to Sylvia as a present from his master, but it got stolen by the local hooligans and he replaced it with his dog, Crab, who was ten times larger. It didn't go over well.
8th Apr '18 6:35:23 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/EDBaker's ''Literature/TheWideAwakePrincess'', Annie finds Tomas and Clara at the witch's, ala HanselAndGretel. Their WickedStepmother abandoned them in the woods because she wanted to feed their food to her dogs.

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* In Creator/EDBaker's ''Literature/TheWideAwakePrincess'', Annie finds Tomas and Clara at the witch's, ala HanselAndGretel.Literature/HanselAndGretel. Their WickedStepmother abandoned them in the woods because she wanted to feed their food to her dogs.
28th Feb '18 6:17:25 PM Gravidef
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* ''The Labours of Hercules'', a short story collection by ''Creator/AgathaChristie'', has these pups as a plot in the first story, "The Nemean Lion." Specifically, a crime ring seems to be kidnapping the Pomeranians of rich women by cutting their leashes in the park; the dognappers then send a ransom note demanding money for the Pom's safe return, at the risk of cutting off the poor dog's ears. It's a ''very'' successful scam--over sixteen dogs are stolen in this way--but Poirot is able to solve the mystery: [[spoiler: the crime ring consists of the owners' "companions," or ladies-in-waiting, who are often treated like garbage. Amy Carnaby, the group's leader, hits upon the idea to [[ExploitedTrope exploit this trope]] by switching the rich women's dogs with her own Pom when they go for a walk, then deliberately cutting the leash--her pet is smart enough to make his way home on his own. Poirot expresses sympathy for the women's cause, and even uses his fees from the case as a "final donation" after they agree to cease operations.]]


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* One episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' features Elaine battling against a particularly annoying dog; it's so loud that it keeps her up at night and has cost her her voice from shouting. Kramer suggests that they see a "specialist"--namely Newman--to take care of things. When Newman successfully nabs the dog, Elaine is shocked to see how tiny the yapper is.
18th Feb '18 11:49:04 AM nombretomado
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* The version of the Lady encountered by RepairmanJack in ''Gateways'' has a chihuahua named Irving (pronounced Oyving). He's a classic cute, handbag-riding MisterMuffykins [[spoiler: and secret KillerRabbit]].

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* The version of the Lady encountered by RepairmanJack Literature/RepairmanJack in ''Gateways'' has a chihuahua named Irving (pronounced Oyving). He's a classic cute, handbag-riding MisterMuffykins [[spoiler: and secret KillerRabbit]].
4th Feb '18 1:23:21 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' has the Beast Card "Milus Radiant" and the Link Monster "Missus Radiant". Milus Radiant is a total weenie who's bark is worse than it's bite with only 300 attack points to its name. However, they are extremely important to the "Weenie Beast" Deck as their Ability adds 500 attack points to each Earth-type monster... of which Milus Radiant is. Having several of these cards on the field stacks up their attack points rapidly and the "Inferno Reckless Summon" allows the player to flood the field with them. The "Closed Forest" field card further increases the attack power of these lap dogs by 100 attack points for each Beast monster in the graveyard... for a deck composed only of weak Beasts. Suddenly these lap dogs hurt a lot more than before.


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* ''WesternAnimation/SanjayAndCraig'' "Chewhuahuas" has a trio of Chihuahuas that aren't so much as annoying as ''homicidal''. Throughout the episode the gang have to avoid being torn to shreds by the little monsters and the only thing that soothes them is music. They're forced to play a radio for decades... and the Chihuahuas turned into robots in the meantime!
2nd Feb '18 7:43:19 PM Wildstar93
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* The small dog breeds from the ''Dogs of the Drowned City'' trilogy. The big dogs find them so annoying that they call them a word they don't like: yappers.

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* The small dog breeds from the ''Dogs of the Drowned City'' ''Literature/DogsOfTheDrownedCity'' trilogy. The big dogs find them so annoying that they call them a word they don't like: yappers.
16th Jan '18 2:09:18 AM Cryoclaste
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* Once again invoking the ZerothLawOfTropeExamples, a dog of this type was mentioned in ''Theatre/TwoGentlemenOfVerona''. Launce (who contemptuously referred to it as a "squirrel") was supposed to deliver it to Sylvia as a present from his master, but it got stolen by the local hooligans and he replaced it with his dog, Crab, who was ten times larger. It didn't go over well.

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* Once again invoking the ZerothLawOfTropeExamples, JustForFun/ZerothLawOfTropeExamples, a dog of this type was mentioned in ''Theatre/TwoGentlemenOfVerona''. Launce (who contemptuously referred to it as a "squirrel") was supposed to deliver it to Sylvia as a present from his master, but it got stolen by the local hooligans and he replaced it with his dog, Crab, who was ten times larger. It didn't go over well.
14th Oct '17 2:57:47 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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Expect this character to be CuteButCacophonic, whether friendly or not. If they can back up their bark with bite, this makes them a KillerRabbit. If they can't but they try to fight anyway, they are a BoisterousWeakling. Contrast (naturally) BigFriendlyDog. And please don't EatTheDog... [[PragmaticVillainy as there's barely enough meat here for an]] ''[[PragmaticVillainy hors d'oeuvre]].'' Especially make sure that the critter stays away from your EvilUncle's RightHandCat, who may think it's a rat and eat it. The really annoying form of MisterMuffykins can make a KickTheDog very satisfying indeed.

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Expect this character to be CuteButCacophonic, whether friendly or not. If they can back up their bark with bite, this makes them a KillerRabbit. If they can't but they try to fight anyway, they are a BoisterousWeakling. Contrast Compare TheNapoleon, and contrast (naturally) BigFriendlyDog. And please don't EatTheDog... [[PragmaticVillainy as there's barely enough meat here for an]] ''[[PragmaticVillainy hors d'oeuvre]].'' Especially make sure that the critter stays away from your EvilUncle's RightHandCat, who may think it's a rat and eat it. The really annoying form of MisterMuffykins can make a KickTheDog very satisfying indeed.
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