The little Gaulish dog is quite unique! Described simply upon his first appearance in the "Asterix and the Banquet" scenario as being of "undefined breed", Dogmatix owes his entire appearance to the imagination of Albert Uderzo. in the two Asterix films that have been released up to now, the dogs that have played the part of little hero were Westies (West Highland White Terriers). Prior to these films, in an Asterix special by the Holiday on Ice company, the role of Dogmatix was played by a Maltese dog who had been on the receiving end of an extreme makeover and whose ears had been treated with a bio-dye in order to turn it into a perfect Dogmatix!
by Ken R. Abell 12 years ago
What kind of dogs do you have & how's they get their names?
by skylergreene 11 years ago
What type of dog is best for children?
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