Charles Schulz explains Snoopy the older I get the earlier gets late shirt where the name Snoopy came from in a 1967 interview, “I used Snoopy because my mother used to think that this would be a good name for a dog, even though at that time we had a dog named Spike.” Charles Schulz adds in a 1971 interview about Snoopy’s origins, “Actually he was named Sniffy at first. But I was walking past a newsstand one day and saw a stack of comic magazines and one was called “Sniffy”, and it was about a little dog, so I had to go back and change the name to Snoopy.” Snoopy is NASA’s mascot who has also created the Snoopy Awards to give to his workers. There are many theories of which race is Snoopy, but the certain thing is that it is a male dog of Beagle race.
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Of course, he does. Snoopy the older I get the earlier gets late shirt Snoopy is not afraid to make his displeasure known to kids or cats. (Although he is afraid of World War II, the Cat That Lives Next Door). He will behave like any other dog when angered or pushed into a corner. The whole thing of Lucy saying, “He only pretends to like you because you feed him. That’s all,” is her working on Charlie Brown’s insecurities, as she often does. Snoopy was patterned after a dog Schulz had when he was 13 years old. His name was Spike. He was sporting the same colors Snoopy has — black and white — but was a mixed breed of “a little pointer and some other kind of hound.” In the book “Peanuts: A Golden Celebration” published on 1999, Schulz recalled some of his fondest memories of Spike.