email: roadarch@outlook.com

Dog Statues (page 2)

(hit "refresh" to get the most recent version of this page; click on photos for larger images)

Giant Dachshund
Dillon, SC
Giant Dachshund
Ruidoso, NM
The Giant Dachshund in Dillon is located at South of the Border. The 15 foot long statue is installed next to Pedro's Hot Dogs. It was produced by International Fiberglass in the 1960s as the Hot Dog Hound. This photo shows the statue ready for shipment at the factory. [photo thanks Terry Nelson]. [map]

The Giant Dachshund in Ruidoso is an identical statue to the one in Dillon. It must have been produced by International Fiberglass as well. I don't know where it was installed originally but it is now on the roof of the Ruidoso Emporium. It has been there since at least 2015. [map]

Bobbie the Wonderdog
Silverton, OR
Airedale
Alma, AR
Giant Husky
Saint-Nicolas, QC
Bobbie the Wonderdog was a Collie mix from the 1920s who became famous for traveling more than 2,500 miles after being lost in Indiana to return to his home in Silverton. Since at least 2007, this statue and doghouse have been located downtown in his memory. For more, see this website. [map]

This Airedale statue stands in front of the Performing Arts Center. The Airedale Terrier is the mascot of Alma High School. [map]

This Husky advertises for Le Chenil La Poursuite, a dog sledding school. [map]

Jim the Wonder Dog
Marshall, MO
dog statue
McLeansboro, IL
Great Dane
Galveston, TX
Jim the Wonder Dog was an English Llewellyn Setter that lived from 1925-1937. He was a local celebrity that predicted future events and understood many different languages. His grave is located in the Ridge Park Cemetery. This bronze statue was installed in 1999 in a small park where the hotel he used to live in was located. For more, see this website. [map]

The dog statue in McLeansboro is located at the McCoy Memorial Library. It is about twice life size. The statue has been here since at least the 1960s. Does anyone know more about it? For more, see this website. [map]

This Great Dane sculpture was carved by Dayle Lewis from a live oak tree which had been destroyed during Hurricane Ike in 2008. The sculpture was modeled after Hunter, the dog that lives on the property. The sculpture is dressed up for various holidays. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Labrador Retriever
Burlington, WA
Giant Labrador Retriever [gone]
Spokane, WA
This Giant Labrador Retriever in Burlington has been owned by the Country Store since around 2013. It was originally located at the Aslin-Finch Feed Store in Spokane, WA which the Country Store bought. The statue is nicknamed Aslin. It is moved around to the company's 13 stores for their Pet-A-Palooza sales events from Spring until Fall.

The Giant Labrador Retriever in Spokane was installed at this Country Store when these photos were taken in 2016. By 2017, he seemed to be gone. It might be moved around to other stores.

George Tirebiter
Los Angeles, CA
George Tirebiter was a USC mascot in the 1940s. He was a mutt that wandered onto campus. His name came from his habit of chasing cars and biting their tires. He was taken to football games and led the school's marching band onto the field wearing sweaters and funny hats. After the dog died in 1950, a successor, George Tirebiter II, was found.

This bronze statue of the George Tirebiter entitled "Mascot/Fan" was created in 2006 by Michael Davis. It actually depicts George Tirebiter II. For more, see this website.

Bloodhound
Brownsville, TX
Seaman
Portland, OR
Dog Bench
Davis, CA
This bronze Bloodhound sculpture is located at St. Joseph Academy where the sports teams are known as the Fighting Bloodhounds. I don't know the artist or when it was installed.

Seaman was the Newfoundland dog of Captain Merriwether Lewis. The dog accompanied Lewis & Clark on their expedition. This life-sized, bronze statue was installed at the Pamplin Sports Center at Lewis and Clark College in 2010. The sculpture was created by Georgia Gerber. The dog is the college's mascot. It is nicknamed "Pio." The college's sports teams are named the Pioneers. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

The bronze Dog Bench sculpture was created by Roy De Forest in 2000. It is on loan to the Shields Library at UC Davis where it is installed. De Forest taught at UC Davis from 1965-1992.

dog statue
Brady, TX
This bronze dog statue is located in front of Evridge's Furniture which was established in 1937 as a five and dime store. The store moved across the city square to this location in 1939. I don't know the history of this dog statue but appears to be pretty old. It has reflective eyes. One of the reflectors was missing when these photos were taken in 2017. [map]

Dogs
Rancho Cordova, CA
These bronze Dogs are located at the Zinfandel light rail train stop. There were originally three statues but I could only find these two. One of them has a broken tail. I believe this light rail stop opened in 2004. The statues were probably installed then. [map]

Dog Statues
(page 1)
Dog Statues
(page 3)
Nipper
Statues
Doggie Diner
Statues
Giant Animals Main Page