Can you match these adorable dogs to the correct 1950s TV show?

Who's a good boy?

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Hopefully this quiz is not too ruff. We have wrangled ten cute pooches from 1950s television. All you have to do is match them to the correct owners. Don't worry — we won't make you sit up and beg to enjoy this treat. Have fun!
  1. This iconic TV dog made her TV debut in 1954.
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  2. This here is Fremont. He was the neighbor's dog on which family sitcom?
  3. Coco here first showed up in an episode called "The Monster" on which family sitcom?
  4. This pooch stole the show on a 1957 series adapted from a popular crime novel and film series.
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  5. Bullet was there to help out his cowboy friend. Which cowboy friend?
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  6. The men of this family are feeding a dog for a Kel-L Ration promo after the episode.
  7. Windy the dog could be seen on which children's show?
  8. Perhaps you recognize the fellow holding this dog?
  9. Jasper here was a good boy. Where could you watch Jasper?
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  10. Finally, this supernatural sitcom featured a St. Bernard named Neil.
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Can you match these adorable dogs to the correct 1950s TV show?

Your Result...

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JamesBrashear 2 months ago
8 out of 10. Not bad considering these shows were before my time.
EllisClevenger 15 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Wow! You really paid close attention to the TV screen! Nice work.
Guessed on #7. Guessed wrong.
SheilaMalone 16 months ago
Having watched them all the only one I missed was Blondie because my parents liked the show but it did not interest me. How was I to know that 60 some odd years later I would take a quiz on a show my parents watched every week while I was playing with toys on the floor.
Geronimo 16 months ago
A couple of shows I didn't recognize
8/10
Lacey 16 months ago
10/10 though I had to guess a couple of these.
Interestingly, if they tried to re-introduce #9 today it would be called "Baby Daddy."
CarrieMcCourt 16 months ago
9/10 Missed the Howdy Doody one. I saw the sailor cap and figured Captain Kangaroo
ETristanBooth 16 months ago
9/10. Missed #5. Didn't watch westerns.
MrBill 16 months ago
8/10; missed Howdy Doody and Blondie - those were a bit before my time.
Alanakt 16 months ago
A lot of these animal's I could easily guess because they showed the people with the dog, like lassie, ozzie and harriet, etc.
stephaniestavropoulos 16 months ago
Just noticed something: Question #2, says that is a photo of Fremont. Fremont was a Cairn Terrier, I googled it, and the photo I saw, to me doesn't resemble The Wilson's dog that METV claims to be showing. Does anybody else see this? Or is this just old age "doing its thing," causing me to see something that's not right?
Fremont was the name of the dog on the hart to hart show
CarrieMcCourt Alanakt 16 months ago
No, that was Freeway, named because they found him on the freeway and rescued him.
Barry22 16 months ago
Woof! 10/10, and guessed on a few. Never heard of Windy.
nerakr 16 months ago
8/10. Missed Blondie and Topper.
AndrewHass 16 months ago
I was 10/10 but on a couple i just guessed.
stephaniestavropoulos 16 months ago
10/10. Does this mean I get a doggie treat because I got all the answers right?
Lassie, as most of know, was a male, not a female.
Anybody know the name of the Bumstead's dog?
#6. Ricky, David & Ozzie were feeding the dog Ken-L-Ration, not Kel-L-Ration.
Daisy (Bumstead).
Alanakt teire 16 months ago
I knew the name of the dog, but couldn't remember it, if that makes any sense.
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