Snoopy was Charlie Brown’s pet Bengal. Snoopy and Woodstock Christmas ugly shirt Charles Schultz’s inspiration for Snoopy was one of his boy hood’s dog Spike. Somewhere I saw an interview with Charles Schultz where he talked about this. I seem to remember him saying that Snoopy was just a loose interpretation of Spike who was a mutt. As far as the color combo, Bengals come in black and white, tan and white or tri-color (brown,black, white) Where the fictional picks up is the pattern of color on legal vs Snoopy. This image had to be simple so it could easily be duplicated. BTW back in the ’60s, Charles Schultz was guest lecturing at the Jr College where my Brother attended. My Brother ended up (as part of the college newspaper staff) as Charles Shultz’s escort for the day.
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He asked me if I wanted an autograph Snoopy and Woodstock Christmas ugly shirt what character did I want a picture of ( CS didn’t give autographs but he would draw a quick picture he had small cards just for that) I still have my Snoopy framed and in my sock drawer. Schulz had a dog named Spike when he was a kid, thus when he was drawing these comic strips and decided that a similar name like Snoopy would be good for the dog-based character. Humans like to associate letter based memories of animal names, this is why pet-names are very commonly similar to their predecessors when provided by humans. Also, Schulz’s nickname in childhood was Sparky, this could have also been another memory to associate a word starting with the letter “S” to the dog based character.