Pound Puppies

Saturday 9:00 AM on The Hub Premiered Oct 10, 2010 In Season



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Pound Puppies

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Pound Puppies is the 2010 animated series from The Hub network that follows a group of dogs in Shelter 17 who try to help the puppies find loving homes. The Pound Puppies are a toy line that were sold by Tonka in the 1980s. The cute plush stuffed dogs had floppy ears and droopy eyes, coming in colors of all kinds and it's own adoption certificate. The toys captured the hearts of children, and spawned other lines like Pound Pur-r-ries, and the first Pound Puppies animated series in 1986. In 2010, the Hasbro owned The Hub network premiered a new series that joins everyones favorite puppies for some new adventures. We follow a team of fearless dogs whose mission is to find homes for lonely puppies, led by the smart and cool Lucky. His team includes Squirt, a tiny chihuahua who always finds a way out of jams, the scary-looking but sweet Cookie, the genius dachshund Strudel, and the gentle giant Niblet. Join the team as they do their best to help the puppies of Shelter 17 on The Hub's Pound Puppies.


Previously Aired Episode

AIRED ON 10/26/2013

Season 3 : Episode 26

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  • Severley underrated

    Okay, so this show isn't My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, but it's still a pretty good show. It's a revival of the Pound Puppies toy line, not really the `80s cartoon (which was great, too) created by Paul Germain and Joe Ansolabehere, famous for the popular Disney series, Recess.

    Similarly to the original Pound Puppies, this show was still about a team of dogs trying to find homes for the puppies. The Pound Puppies are Lucky, the leader, Niblet, the big guy, Squirt, the little guy with the sarcastic remarks, Strudel, the smart girl, and Coookie, the tough girl. The group is pretty similar to the Recess Gang (Minus Gus), to give a little nod towards fans.

    Another thing Recess fans would enjoy is that a ton of the voices from the show come to voice characters on this one.

    Some of the storylines are pretty good, and the characters are pretty interesting. Strudel is my favorite so far. I also really like the art style. And for young kids, the show has good morals as well. My favorite episode so far is "Toyoshiko!".

    The only problem with the show is that it's a bit of a cliche storm. Not a bad one, but kind of . Nowhere near the levels of the `80s Pound Puppies movie.

    So give it a chance. You just might like it.moreless
  • A decent show.

    While it's true this is no MLP:FiM, this show is still pretty good, and I often find myself watching it before or after MLP. As an animal adoption enthusiast, I believe that this show is bringing forth a very good message; that pound puppies need homes.
  • Lucky's Crush

    Lucky's got a crush on Cookie! I saw the episode where Cookie escorted a Coyote home.When she was leaving,Lucky tried to get her to stay.He sounded like he scaired to lose her.
  • this show is great,

    this show gives you a mind of happiness like you want to do something great! and this show is very artistic
  • another great show on the hub

    I just stated watching this show a couple months ago, and soo far, i love it! it has wonderful plots, it's entertaining too. i also love that all the characters are dogs, i love dogs so thats another reason why i enjoy this cartoon. the animation for the first few episodes were meh. the animation after Studio B Productions took over production was Brilliant. the show is also well written too. i havn't seen the 1st season 2 episode but i hope its good.


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Animation, Kids