Aside from The Pound Puppies, there are also other dogs of any shape, size, color, and breed. Some are good friends of the Pound Puppies. Only a few will get in the Pound Puppies way.

Owner of the Bark and Growl Cafe

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The Bark and Growl Cafe owner agrees to help the Pound Puppies

He is one of the dogs whom Cooler, Nose Marie, Whopper, and Howler met in Bright Eyes, Come Home. Like Bright Eyes, he and his partners were tricked by Sam "Quick-Fingers" Quentin into stealing. The Owner of the Bark and Growl Cafe agreed to help Cooler and the others save Bright Eyes and expose Sam Quentin for the fraud he is. Voiced by Peter Cullen.


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A traumatized Shaky in How to Found a Pound

A small chihuahua mix who was abandoned by his former owners in How to Found a Pound. He was rescued by Cooler and taken into Holly's Puppy Pound, but Shaky was still traumatized by the incident. After Cooler told him his story of how the Pound Puppies came to be, Shaky felt better and no longer fears humans. Voiced by Patric Zimmerman.


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The Pound Puppies, Holly, and Shauna(center)in Snowbound Pound.

A pregnant shar-pei who got lost during a severe snowstorm in Snowbound Pound. Shauna was rescued by the Pound Puppies and Holly. With the help of Dr. Weston, Shauna gave birth to nine puppies and was reunited with the Simons, who are her owners. Voiced by Linda Gary.

Sherlock Bones

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An optimistic Sherlock Bones in In Pups We Trust

A goofy bloodhound hired by the Pound Puppies and Holly to look for their stolen items in In Pups We Trust. He has a habit of saying "A-yup, a-yup, a-yup!" When the items were found at Howler's dog house, the other Pound Puppies thought that Howler is the culprit. However, it turns out that it was a family of racoons who took the Pound Puppies' items. Sherlock Bones was later adopted by the building inspector who passed Holly's Puppy Pound as a safe place for the puppies to stay. Sherlock Bones' name is a play on Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional hero, Sherlock Holmes. Voiced by Pat Fraley.


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A sympathetic Spudge(right)in In Pups We Trust.

A homeless dog whom Howler met in In Pups We Trust. Spudge and Howler ran into Captain Slaughter while looking for something to eat. They were rescued by the other Pound Puppies. Voiced by Brian Cummings.


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Muffy, as seen in The Captain and the Cats

A girl dog whom Howler bid goodbye in The Captain and the Cats.She is inspired by Katharine Hepburn. Voiced by Ruth Buzzi.


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Bowser(right) and Whopper on the night before Bowser is adopted in The Captain and the Cats.

A young puppy who was kidnapped by Captain Slaughter on the night before he was about to be adopted in The Captain and the Cats. Fortunately, he was rescued by the Pound Puppies. Voiced by Casey Ellison.

Penelope's Family

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Penelope(left), Danny(right), and their children reunited in Wagga Wagga

Penelope's Family consists of Danny, Penelope's husband, and three puppies. Like the other citizens of Wagga Wagga, they were captured by Captain Slaughter. Cooler shared a cell with Danny after he got captured. After the Pound Puppies, Penelope, and her family escaped from Katrina's Fur Factory, Penelope, Danny, and their children are adopted. Danny is voiced by Frank Welker.

Three Wise Guys

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Fleaco(right), Wolfie(left), and Byron(center) found out that Nose Marie is not the Star Puppy in The Star Pup

The Three Wise Guys are a trio of dogs who arrived at Holly's Puppy Pound to look for the Star Puppy in The Star Pup. The trio consists of Byron P. Fleabottom, Wolfie, and Fleaco. Fleaco is a tall, lanky Beagle-Harrier who speaks with an Italian accent. Wolfie, a round bearded Collie, doesn't speak, so he only honks his nose. Wolfie also has a crush on Bright Eyes. Byron is an Aidi who is the smallest of the trio. They also appear to be good banjo players. They thought that Nose Marie was the Star Puppy because she had a heart-shaped birthmark on her neck. However, the heart-shaped birthmark turned out to be a drawing out of make-up. Then, they thought Howler was the Star Puppy because he had a heart-shaped birthmark on his foot. But, Howler stated that it's only a piece of bubblegum he stepped on while running away from Captain Slaughter. They left Holly's Puppy Pound after their search failed. Byron, Fleaco, and Wolfie are voiced by Roger Rose, Pat Fraley, and Frank Welker respectively. They are inspired by the Marx Brothers(Fleaco is inspired by Chico Marx, Wolfie is inspired by Harpo Marx, and Byron is inspired by Groucho Marx).


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The alley dogs(left and right) apologize to Tiny in Happy Howlidays

A little puppy who had a limp in Happy Howlidays. He was chased out the alley by two alley dogs who don't tolerate outsiders. He was rescued by the Pound Puppies. After the Pound Puppies told the two alley dogs that friendship is the nicest christmas gift, the alley dogs felt were heartbrokened and apologized to Tiny for being mean. After the Pound Puppies, Tiny, and the two alley dogs howled "God rest ye merry, gentleman", all the people who heard their howling helped Holly reopen the pound. Tiny is then adopted by a boy named Charlie. Tiny is voiced by Danny Cooksey. The two alley dogs are voiced by Frank Welker and Brian Cummings.

Terrible Terrier

Holly, Cooler, and Terrible Terrier

The nasty Terrible Terrier sneaks up behind the unsuspecting Cooler and Holly in Ghost Hounders.

An ominous creature who haunted Holly's Puppy Pound in Ghost Hounders. He warned the Pound Puppies and Holly to be gone by midnight. He even spits goo. When Biff Barker confronted the Terrible Terrier, he chases Biff Barker and Yapper all around the puppy pound. Ironically, the Terrible Terrier is actually Catgut in disguise. Voiced by Frank Welker.


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Biff Barker's agent, Yapper, as seen in Ghost Hounders

Yapper is Biff Barker's agent in Ghost Hounders. He is often seen with Biff and is concerned for his safety. After Yapper and Biff found out that the Terrible Terrier is a fake, he, Biff and Cooler rescued the other Pound Puppies from being turned into fur coats. Yapper is voiced by Pat Fraley.


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Whopper rides on Schep in the Bird Dog

Schep is a saint bernard who helped Whopper deliver Cheep-Cheep, an injured baby bird, to the Pound Puppies HQ Emergency Room. He is later adopted at the end of The Bird Dog. Voiced by Frank Welker.


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Pal, as seen in Tail of the Pup.

Pal is a puppy whose tail can't wag, taking the Pound Puppies by surprise in Tail of the Pup. After several attempts to cheer Pal up, the Pound Puppies decided to show him the hall of puppy power for a reason to make his tail wag. Seeing Greg sad because his friend moved away, Pal decides to cheer Greg up and his tail finally wags. Pal is then adopted by Greg. Voiced by Brice Beckham.


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Bessie(below) and Nose Marie in King Whopper

Bessie is a little puppy whom Katrina told Shannon and her family that she isn't for sale in King Whopper. Nose Marie and Cooler then free Bessie from her cage. On the way to Shannon's house, Cooler, Nose Marie, and Bessie were sprayed by a bratty boy with a garden house. Nose Marie and Cooler finally delivered Bessie to Shannon. Voiced by Thy Lee.


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Casey, as seen in Casey, Come Home

Casey is a puppy who got separated from his owners two days ago while on a camping trip in Casey, Come Home. He arrived at Pound Puppies HQ and told them what happened. Although puppy power showed them how Jonathon, Casey's owner, missed Casey very much, it didn't show the location of Jonathon's house. With the help of Silver Paw and his tribe of wolves, The Pound Puppies and Casey journeyed through the forest and crawled under Danger Mountain until they finally reached Jonathon's home. Voiced by Danny Cooksey.


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Buddy(left) and his new owner, Colin, as seen in The Invisible Friend

Buddy is a puppy who had an imaginary friend named Bob in The Invisible Friend. The Pound Puppies thought that Buddy made Bob up to cause trouble. However, it turns out that puppy power has made Bob invisible and that Bob is a brontosaurus. Buddy apologized to the Pound Puppies for all the mischief he caused and that Bob is just pretend. The Pound Puppies told Buddy that they knew about the whole thing and that Bob filled them in. When Buddy was caught by Katrina, the Pound Puppies and Bob rushed outside. Katrina forgot about Buddy, thinking that Bob's footsteps are earthquakes and ran away. Buddy is later adopted by a boy named Colin, who also had an imaginary friend of his own. Voiced by Nancy Cartwright.


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Blue winks at Bright Eyes and Whopper, signaling that their plan is working, in Kid in the Doghouse.

Blue is a puppy whom Jerry adopts in Kid in the Doghouse. After learning that Jerry ran away from home, the Pound Puppies, along with Blue, decided to use reverse psychology in order to get Jerry to do chores. After Jerry finally pitched in to do chores, Jerry and Blue were reunited with Jerry's parents. Jerry then promised to his parents that he will do his chores, including taking care of Blue. Voiced by Nancy Linari.


Scratchy and his owner

Scratchy is finally adopted in Kid in the Doghouse

Scratchy is a Welsh terrier whom Jerry was supposed to give a flea bath in Kid in the Doghouse. His fleas spread and infested Holly, Blue, and the Pound Puppies. When the Pound Puppies finally convinced Jerry to do his chores, Scratchy was finally given a flea bath and he was adopted.


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A very tiny Teensy, as seen in the beginning of Little Big Dog

Teensy was a very tiny puppy in Little Big Dog. Mistaken for a mouse, Catgut chased Teensy around until Teensy was rescued by Nose Marie. Nose Marie has grown attached to Teensy and vice virsa. Teensy is easily frightened, in which he states "You know what? I'm a-scared of everything." When he was about to be adopted, Teensy cried and didn't want to leave Nose Marie. After several monthes, Teensy grew up to be a huge dog. Teensy then knew it was time to be adopted. Before Teensy left, he told Nose Marie that whenever she is in trouble, all she has to do is let out a howl and Teensy will come for her. He is then adopted by a girl at the farm. Voiced by Lorenzo Music, best known for voicing Garfield the Cat.


Toby, Cooler, and Nose Marie

Cooler gives Toby(left) to Henry in Goodnight, Sweet Pups

Toby is a puppy who was adopted by Henry in Goodnight, Sweet Pups.



Arf, finally adopted by Jody and her mother, in The Rescue Pups.

Arf is a puppy who, hence his name, arfs in The Rescue Pups. Just before he was about to be adopted by Jody, Jody's mother told her that they can't adopt a puppy because they would make too much noise. Arf was heartbroken and wanted to stay with Jody. When Jody fell down a hole after she ran away from home, Arf rushed outside to rescue Jody, only to be stopped by the Pound Puppies. Arf told the Pound Puppies that Jody is in trouble and they rushed to rescue Jody. Arf told Jody's mother that Jody is in trouble and she followed Arf to where Jody is. Jody is rescued by the fire department. Arf is finally adopted by Jody after Jody promised her mother that she would never run away again. Voiced by Kath Soucie.


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Freddie, as seen in Nose Marie Day

Freddie is a bloodhound puppy who got loose and was rescued by Nose Marie in Nose Marie Day. When Nose Marie tried to take care of Freddie, including telling him a bedtime story, the other Pound Puppies reminded her that it's her day off. After learning that Nose Marie ran away, the Pound Puppies, Holly, and Freddie rushed to the airport to tell her that they wouldn't be the same without her. Freddie is then adopted by Lisa. Voiced by Phillip Glasser.


Cooler and Thunderhawk

Thunderhawk(right) and Cooler in Snow Puppies.

Thunderhawk is a siberian husky puppy who prefers the cold than the heat in Snow Puppies. When learning that Nahook has no sled dog for the race at Alaska, Thunderhawk volunteers to be Nahook's sled dog. During the race, Thunderhawk learned that the Pound Puppies are in danger, he gave up the race to save the Pound Puppies. Though Thunderhawk lost the race, Nahook still adopts Thunderhawk because he knows that friendship is more important than winning. Voiced by Vaughn Tyree Jelks.


Sparky Saluting

Sparky introduces himself in Where's the Fire?

Sparky is a golden retriever puppy who is training to be a fire dog in Where's the Fire? Whopper tries to tell Sparky that he is a retriever, but Sparky still prefers to be a fire dog. After Whopper, Holly, Katrina, Brattina, and Catgut are trapped in a fire on one of the pound's towers, Sparky and the other Pound Puppies came to the rescue. Cooler was able to get Whopper and others out of the tower while Sparky puts out the fire. Because of his bravery, Sparky is then adopted by the fire department. Voiced by Gabriel Damon.



Beezer decides to give her imagination a try in The Wonderful World of Whopper

Beezer is a puppy who was very bored in The Wonderful World of Whopper. She was so bored that she could scream. That is until Whopper persuaded Beazer to use her imagination. Although Beazer was pessimistic about using her imagination, she decided to give it a try. With her imagination, Beezer and Whopper imagined that they had fun adventures in space and in the Medieval Times. When she met Davie, Davie was bored because the playground is closed. Beazer persuaded Davie to use his imagination and Davie adopted Beazer. Voiced by Allyce Beasley.


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Cooler holding Allison in his arm in Dog and Caterpillar

Allison is a little puppy seen in Dog and Caterpillar. She wears two pink bows, a light blue shirt, and green pants. Just when Cooler and Allison headed out the pound, they are trapped by Catgut. Whopper saved Cooler and Allison by distracting Catgut and trapping him in a garbage cage. Cooler praised Whopper for saving him and Allison and left.



Wags is adopted in Dog and Caterpillar

Wags is a beagle who was Whopper's best friend in Dog and Caterpillar. He was adopted by a girl thanks to the Pound Puppies.

Canine Cafe Trio

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The Waiter(center) and his two assistants(left and right) in Garbage Night the Musical

The Canine Cafe Trio are a trio of dogs who owned the self-proclaimed Canine Cafe in Garbage Night the Musical. Like Scrounger, they are addicted to eating junk food. When learning that their junk food eating has turned them into junk food junkies, they were horrified. Along with Scrounger, they also gave up eating junk food. They were later adopted by the children who lived at the Haven House Children's Home. The waiter is voiced by Rene Auberjonois. His two assistants are voiced by Thy Lee and Janice Tori.


Sandy and her owner

Sandy(below left) gets adopted in Cooler, Come Back

Sandy is a girl dog who was adopted at the beginning of Cooler, Come Back. She and her owner are last seen waving goodbye to the Pound Puppies.


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Spats bids Cooler a teary goodbye in Cooler, Come Back

Spats is a miniature Austrailian sheperd whom Cooler met while staying at the pound in Cooler, Come Back. When she was in Cage 1, Cooler rescued her by telling a boy to adopt Spats. Later, Spats led the other Pound Puppies and Holly to the pound where Cooler is staying. Voiced by Ami Foster.


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Burlap, finally adopted, as seen in Cooler, Come Back

Burlap is a puppy who was in Cage 1 of the pound Cooler was staying in Cooler, Come Back. Cooler rescued Burlap by telling Terry to adopt Burlap. She is then adopted by Terry. Voiced by Nancy Cartwright.

Whopper's Niece and Nephew

Whopper's Niece

Whopper's niece as seen in Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw

Whopper's Nephew

Whopper's Nephew as seen in Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw

Whopper's niece and nephew are Whopper's godchildren in Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw. They were curious about where Puppy Power came from until Whopper tells them his story. At first, the pups didn't believe Whopper until Big Paw shows up. They are voiced by Alwyn and Jasper Kushner respectively.



Digalot fetches for his master, Arthur, in Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw

Digalot is Cooler's ancestor and Arthur's dog in Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw. It was Digalot who pulled the Bone of Scone and discovered Puppy Power. Voiced by Brennan Howard.



Butch, as seen in "Welcome the Newborns".

Butch is a young puppy who appeared in the coloring book story "Welcome the Newborns". He wore a Gatesby Cap, a T-shirt, and a dog collar. He wanted to play ball with his friends, the Pound Puppies, but they were too busy. Then, while playing with Bright Eyes, they discovered a box with five little puppies. When Butch and Bright Eyes brought the puppies with them to the pound, the puppies were proven to be hard work for the Pound Puppies. Butch then helped the Pound Puppies find new owners for the newborn puppies.

Arnold and Archie

Arnold and Archie

Arnold(left) and his twin brother Archie(right)

Arnold and Archie were twin puppies who appeared in the coloring book story "The Haunted House Adventure". They were stranded in the haunted house until Violet found them. Archie told Violet that their mother has been missing for two days. Violet, along with Cooler, Nose Marie(The Nose), and Scrounger, went back to the pound with Arnold and Archie. At the pound, the twins were reunited with their mother.

Arnold and Archie's Mother

Archie and Arnold's Mom

Archie and Arnold's mother

She is a female dog who appeared in the coloring book story "The Haunted House Adventure". She is also Arnold and Archie's mother. When she was reunited with her twin sons at the pound, she told them she got caught in a drain pipe and was rescue by Dabney Nabbit.

Louie's Assistant

Not much is known about Louie's assistant, but he is good at playing the violin and often accompanies his parter.
Louie's Assistant

Louie's Assitant plays the violin for Cooler and Violet in the 1985 TV Special

Masked Mongrel

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The Masked Mongrel battles the Siamese Samurai in Peter Pup

The Masked Mongrel is a dog wrestler as seen in Episode 25: Peter Pup. His opponent is the Siamese Samurai.

Which dog should've been a new member of the Pound Puppies if the TV series is ever remade?

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