Ready to relive the '90s (our favorite era ever)? Let these beloved sitcom pups take you back to your favorite night of comedy, from the animated streets of Springfield and Quahog to the infamous Seattle skyline.
1. Eddie from Frasier
A Jack Russell terrier known for his fixed stare and scene-stealing antics, Eddie belonged to Frasier's father, Martin Crane. Moose, the dog who played him, also starred in the film My Dog Skip and fathered another canine actor named Enzo. Moose died at the age of 16 of old age.
2. Brian from Family Guy
This sassy dog, created and voiced by Seth MacFarlane, is the family pet of the Griffin family. Brian walks, talks and has an affinity for dry martinis and the Griffin's youngest child Stewie. Brian has also made appearances on MacFarlane's other shows, American Dad! and The Cleveland Show.
3. Santa's Little Helper from The Simpsons
The Simpson family's pet Greyhound, Santa's Little Helper made his first appearance in the premiere episode of the show. After being abandoned by his owner for losing races at Springfield Downs, he was adopted by Homer and Bart, who brought the dog home on Christmas Eve.
This curious Jack Russell starred in the series Wishbone and was known for his curious nature and big imagination. During his days at home in Oakdale, Texas, Wishbone would daydream about being a character in stories from classic literature including Oliver Twist, Romeo and Juliet and Joan of Ark.
5. Comet from Full House
The beloved Golden Retriever of the Tanner family, Comet's mother Minnie gave birth to a litter of puppies (including Comet) on Jesse's bed during the third season of Full House. He was played by a dog named Buddy, who also starred in the film Air Bud.
6. Murray from Mad About You
The Buchmans lovable but silly pet, Murray was found as a puppy in the show and was with his owner, Paul when he met his future wife, Jamie. Murray was played by Maui, a collie-mix that was found in a California animal shelter by famed animal trainer Boone Narr.
7. Dreyfuss from Empty Nest and Golden Girls
This 100-plus pound St. Bernard-Golden Retriever mix was treated "like gold" on the set of the series Empty Nest, a spin-off of The Golden Girls.
8. Buck from Married With Children
The Bundy's wisecracking pup, Buck appeared in the first 10 seasons of the show as himself and in the 11th season of the show as Lucky, the reincarnated version of himself.
9. Stinky and Nunzio from Dharma and Greg
Dharma and Greg's adorable pups, Stinky is a long-haired mutt and Nunzio is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi that Dharma gave to Stinky on his Bar Mitzvah.
10. Speedy the Dog from The Drew Carey Show
This Golden Retriever, who also appeared in Full House as Comet's understudy, got around using a doggy wheel chair. Speedy came to live with Drew after he broke up with his girlfriend, Lisa.
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Two of our other favorite TV-pets of the '90s: Gidget the Taco Bell Chihuahua and Elvis the alligator from Clarissa Explains It All. Who can forget Gidget's commercial adventures or Elvis's swimming pool?
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