TOP 15: The Most Famous Dogs In History

#7 Pew

A mongrel named Pew was recognized all over the world in 2014. Then he became a real hero of the capital of Thailand. Pew found a newborn boy in a plastic bag in a garbage dump. The dog did not abandon the child - he brought it to his master. And he, in turn, transferred the baby to the hospital.

#8 Snuppy

Snuppy was an Afghan hound, the first dog clone. The puppy was created using a cell from an ear from an adult Afghan hound and involved 123 surrogate mothers, of which only two produced pups (Snuppy being the sole survivor). The Department of Theriogenology and Biotechnology at Seoul National University, which cloned Snuppy, was led by Woo Suk Hwang.

#9 Pavlov’s dog

Pavlov’s dog is a collective image of animals that participated in the experiments of Nobel laureate Ivan Pavlov. Poor tetrapods have helped mankind gain knowledge of conditioned reflexes. The academician even erected a monument to the dogs for her invaluable contribution to the development of medicine.

#10 Anti-tank dog Julbars

Julbars - a dog-participant in the Great Patriotic War. This Shepherd during the hostilities discovered more than 7 thousand mines and 150 ss.

#11 Belka and Strelka

Belka and Strelka spent a day in space aboard Korabl-Sputnik 2  on August 19, 1960, before safely returning to Earth. They were accompanied by a grey rabbit, 42 mice, two rats, flies, and several plants and fungi. All passengers survived. They were the first Earth-born creatures to go into orbit and return alive.

#12 Cujo

Cujo was a fictional dog of the breed St. Bernard from the novel by Stephen King. It was a vicious dog that caught up with rabies, which terrorized the mother and her son, locked in a car.

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