The dog biscuits Huck tries using to catch the dog are, according to the box "Gro-Pup T-Bone Dog Biscuits". They are supposed to be Kellogg's Gro-Pup dog biscuits, a brand which was sponsoring Hanna-Barbera cartoons at the time. The same box can be spotted in various Quick Draw McGraw cartoons as well, most notably "Dynamite Fright" from 1961. Snuffles, a canine character introduced on The Quick Draw McGraw Show was also seen in commercials for this product in the early 60s.
This is the third time Huck gets arrested at the end of an episode. It has already happened in episodes 17, "Barbecue Hound", and 21, "Little Red Riding Huck".
The fine Huck had to pay to the police was of 200 dollars.
This is the fourth time the mischievous white dog appears on the show. He has also appeared in episodes 12, "Fireman Huck", 18, "Postman Panic", and 30, "A Bully Dog".