Pound Puppies

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ABC (ended 1988)

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Pound Puppies

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Pound Puppies cartoon was inspired by the Tonka Toys line and centers on 11-year old Holly and her dog friends Cooler, Whopper, Nose Marie, and Howler at the Wagga Wagga Pound who work hard to find happy homes for dogs. They are opposed by Brattina and Katrina, along with Catgut and Nabbit.

The series began with a one-hour special in 1985 on ABC. The Pound Puppies consisted of 13 episodes, aired Saturday mornings on ABC. It was followed by The All-New Pound Puppies in 1987.
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  • aaawwww I used to wove da pound puppie's as a kid and the cartoon series.

    10
    I used to love watching the pound puppie's when I was little. I used to have quite a great deal of pound puppy merchandise as well. I had 2 pound puppy video's, quite a few pound puppy plushes(where you pulled the string and it said a catchphrase) and one big brown pound puppy and clothes to dress it up in (OK now I'm blushing). If cartoon network or boomerang put it back on one of their channels I would definetly watch it. I loved anything pound puppies and seeing the cartoon put back on would be great. MY fav'characters are catgutt and bratina because she was just a total evil bitch to the pound puppie's(hahahaaa!!! I made a joke). She made up some funny ryhmes like "na na shut it down, bye bye puppy pound" or "we're gonna starve the puppie's na na na na we're gonna starve the puppie's" she was so funny, especially when she did that silly dance to go with the witty ryhmes and remarks. My fav pound puppy though would have to be cooler who is the leader of the pound puppie's and also lives up to his name as being a cool pup. I also thought his weired laugh was funny too.moreless
  • One of my favorites as a kid.

    9.1
    Puppy Power! Jeez, that makes it sound like Scrappy Doo belongs there. I used to watch this all the time as a kid. My favorite episode is about the captain and the cats. I don't remember much else about it, except for the fact that I used to like it a lot.
  • I vaguely remember watching this show as a kid, and loved it.

    9.0
    I loved this show when I was a kid, and wish it were still around. The show itself was more an attempt to further increase the popularity of the stuffed animals, but it was quite funny and was probably more popular than the animals themselves. Each week, Cooler and the gang would find themselves battling some idiotic crooks in an attempt to rescue another puppy from the hands of its cruel owner. Each character had their own personality, and there was lots of humor thrown in as well. Unfortunately, the show only lasted a couple of years, and the characters are mostly forgotten by now, but the stuffed animals are still around.moreless
  • A faint memory of Pound Puppies

    7.0
    I was probably only 2 years old when I watched this show back in 1990 or so. My mom actualy remembers it better than I do. My mom said she can quote a line that supposedly a witch said. The witch said "Icky poo pupies!" to the pound puppies. I have no clue what episode that phrase was off of.



    I think it would be interesting if this show ever came back on TV.moreless
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