What kind of dog did Einstein have? The Ultimate Guide

Andy Warhol

If it wasn’t for the pets he had throughout his life, entire swathes of Andy Warhol’s work might not exist. His very first book 25 Cats Name Sam and One Blue Pussy featured sketches inspired by his many feline companions.

But, arguably it was his dogs that gave him the most moral support – as well as a fair bit of artistic inspiration. Warhol’s dachshund Archie would go everywhere with him, and due to his shyness, the artist would often deflect attention to his canine companion when in situations he found difficult or awkward.

He eventually got a second dachshund, called Amos, to keep Archie company – and together the dogs became a regular part of his public persona. They also featured prominently in the famous series of prints which also included Marilyn Monroe and tins of Campbells.

What breed of dog is Copernicus?Copernicus appeared to be either a mixed-breed or a breed of terrier, possibly a Wheaten.

  • French Bulldog (4.53 years)
  • English Bulldog (7.39)
  • Pug (7.65)
  • American Bulldog (7.79)
  • Chihuahua (7.91)
  • Husky (9.53)
  • Beagle (9.85)
  • Boxer (10.4)
  • Albert Einstein

    Who knows where the world of science would be if it hadn’t been for Einstein’s beloved housecat, Tiger? The physicist would spend hours watching his feline friend as he meditated his most seminal theories, which shape physics and astronomy to this day.

    His assistant once spoke of the enjoyment and curiosity that Tiger fired up in him – perhaps helping him reach the scientific breakthroughs which earned him such as prestigious place in the history books.

    His passion for problem-solving extended to his pets, too. A widely shared anecdote tells how he found a typically left-field solution to a seemingly simple problem: his two cats’ constant requests to be let in and out of his study. He is said to have cut two cat shaped holes – one little and one large – so each cat could come and go unimpeded by the other.

    German-born Einstein was an animal lover to his core, and felt very strongly that people should show compassion and kindness to animals everywhere.

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    Nobel laureate and TIME magazine’s Person of the century Albert Einstein changed our understanding of the world as we knew it, unlike any other scientist. In 1905, hailed as the renaissance year for science, Einstein published four research papers and toppled over 200 years of scientific fundamentals with the theory of relativity giving, perhaps, the world’s most famous equation, E=mc².

    Known as the father of modern physics, a synonym for genius, Einstein was fond of animals and enjoyed the company of cats and dogs around him. As the principal pillar of this dog’s favourite science triad, Einstein along with Nikola Tesla and Sir Isaac Newton have allured many of my recent discoveries about cat colonies in galaxies beyond Milky Way. I would divulge more on them after sending a test subject (read: the human being) to far off space, a giant leap for canine kind. Any volunteers?

    For perhaps the greatest genius who walked the face of this planet, Einstein did have those stellar moments of sheer brilliance and absent-mindedness alike; that idiosyncratic trait that you associate with the gifted.

    In the trailing lines, I have compiled some heart-warming ‘cats and canine’ anecdotes and Albert Einstein dog quote (s):