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Dog may refer to:
- Bpo Bpo, Sun's dog who was given as a gift when a puppy by Jin, originally given to him by Secretary Byung Han
- Buster, Hurley's dog, mentioned in passing in "...And Found"
- Cerberus, referenced on the blast door map
- Madison, one of the dogs that plays Vincent
- Panchito, Sister Consuela's dog
- Pono, one of the dogs that plays Vincent
- Vincent, a labrador retriever who has been cared for by Brian Porter, Michael and Walt, Shannon, and later Rose and Bernard.
- Ms. Honolulu, Jack Bender's dog
- Holden, owned by Tracey R
- The golden retriever that was adopted by Locke's mother when his sister Jeannie died, as related in "Outlaws"
- The "lost dog" depicted on a flyer that Locke removes from his windshield in the parking lot before getting hit by the golden Pontiac in "Deus Ex Machina"
- The dog a child beat to death with a shovel in a story Eko relates in "Three Minutes"
- The dog depicted in Jacob's painting in his cabin
- Dogs in the veterinarian's office in "The Economist"
- A woman is holding a dog in the Parisian cafe where Sayid worked (image) "Enter 77"
- A dog is lying on the lawn outside the Oxford University building where Faraday worked (image) "Confirmed Dead". This dog is Ms. Honolulu
- A dog is visible chasing goats near the Nigerian soccer field in Eko's childhood (image) "The Cost of Living". This dog is Ms. Honolulu
- When Hurley is looking for clothing he considers buying an "I Love My Wire Haired" shirt with Ms. Honolulu on it but buys an "I Love my Shih Tzu" instead.
- The dog Hugo is holding outside the Humane Society in "Everybody Loves Hugo", which was actor Jorge Garcia's real-life dog Nunu
The Lost Experience
- Argos, a chocolate Labrador retriever featured in Bad Twin
- The website retrieversoftruth.com
- The cartoon dog that appeared in a commercial for Apollo bars