Pluto was created by Disney in 1930, meaning he’s 90 or 630 in dog years.
There’s nothing to confirm this but it is widely believed that Pluto received his name to capitalise on the naming of a new planet. Pluto is no longer considered a planet in our solar system, but we’ll still always have this Pluto with us.
Pluto is just a normal a dog despite being from a Disney universe where other animals have anthropomorphic characteristics. Unlike other characters, he doesn’t walk on two feet, can’t talk and wears no clothing; he’s simply Mickey’s beloved pet dog.
Things don’t have to make sense with anything Disney related because it’s all about letting your imagination run wild. That kind of mindset is what you need to get into when developing an idea for a Pluto tattoo.
You may wish to disappear into a fairy tale land when getting tattooed, as a distraction. Our website, with its 900-plus tattoo lists, is also an excellent way to take your mind off the pain (hint hint).
Will you be adding Pluto to your Disney tattoo collection?