If you once clamored to watch your favorite Saturday cartoons, you’ll surely want to relive those moments with funny cartoon dog characters.
From Odie to Snoopy, each dog has its unique disposition and traits. The timeless characters will forever be etched on our minds.
Below are some of the most memorable and funny cartoon dogs of all time. Let’s dive in!
Muttley had a great laugh and snicker. In the cartoon series, Wacky Races, I recall there were Saturdays that we would watch these episodes as a family alongside with my Dad who just loved Muttley, and he how he would just shake his head at the poor “Dick Dastardly” character.
Happy Saturday! Do you remember Saturday morning cartoons as a kid? Today we are looking at two classic dog cartoon characters – we are looking at Snuffles, and Muttley.
One of my fondest cartoon characters I recall was Snuffles – Hanna-Barbera produced the animated television The Quick Draw McGraw Show beginning in 1959. This from Wikipedia: “Snuffles is a bloodhound used by Quick Draw to ferret out bad guys in the old West, but needed to be bribed with a dog biscuit before performing his task. Upon chomping on one, he would hug himself in ecstasy, jump into the air and float back down, sighing. Occasionally, Snuffles would demand more than one biscuit, and was willing to accept them from bad guys as well.” (On Twitter @Wikipedia).
This YouTube shows Snuffles and his famous hug routine after receiving the necessary biscuit bribe.
You’re quite familiar with the legendary dog, Scooby-Doo. He’s one of the world’s most-loved dog characters to be shown on television.
Scooby, the mystery-solving dog, is a fictional character from the show, “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You.”
He is a close confidant of clumsy detective, Shaggy Rogers.
Scooby, alongside the gang, hunt monsters, ghosts, vampires, among others.
He exhibits both doglike and human characteristics. He speaks in a slur-like manner, and his popular slogan is “Scooby-Dooby-Doo.”
The Great Dane dog acts cowardly and is usually hungry.
His inherent boldness prods him to act courageously when faced with villains.
He and Shaggy are often hyperactive, getting themselves in some trouble.
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What was the name of the cartoon dog that loved dog biscuits?
Snuffles is a bloodhound used by Quick Draw McGraw to ferret out bad guys in the old West but needed to be bribed with a dog biscuit before performing his task. Upon chomping on one, he would hug himself in ecstasy, jump into the air and float back down, sighing.
What cartoon was El Kabong from?
Who was Quick Draw McGraw’s sidekick?