Besides these great big, huge Nipper statues, there are lots of smaller Nippers, too. I looked on eBay, and I found more than 100 Nipper items for sale, such as salt-and-pepper shakers, door stops, figurines, banks, posters, plush toys, and some other stuff I don't even remember. A lot of these things cost beaucoup bucks, so I guess that means people like to collect them. Oh, and there is also a museum in Dover, Delaware, called the Johnson Victrola Museum, and it has lots of Nipper stuff, too.
When Nipper died, he was buried in a nice, shady place called Kingston upon Thames, but later some people came along and built a bank right on top of where he was buried. I guess they were sorry about putting a bank on a famous dog's grave, though, because inside the bank they put a brass plaque that tells about Nipper.
It's too bad Nipper did not get to march in any parades or win any awards, like Sergeant Stubby did. But in some ways, Nipper is more famous because almost everybody has seen the picture of him listening to the gramophone, even if they don't know what his name is!