Later when Lady is reunited with Jim Dears family, Jock and Trusty are happy for having Lady back with her friends where she explains that Lady has Lulu in her owners family to which Jock finds it exhausting while Trusty feels overjoyed that she stayed away from Tramp thinking Tramp is a nuisance. Jock then explains that life as a street dog is extremely bizarre for her while her owner tells her to go back to her while Trusty feels overjoyed that Lady is back to talk to him again. Later when Tramp is being sent to the dog pound, Jock also comes to the rescue with Lady alongside Trusty in order to rescue Tramp from being impounded. Trusty then leads Lady and Jock to the scent he found to which he found the carriage leading to the dog pound containing Tramp inside. Having saved Tramp from the dogcatcher and when Christmas arrives, Jock then meets the street dogs Tramp encountered while Trusty decides to tell the story about of how he saved Old Reliable from the dogcatcher while Jock and the stray puppies listen to his story during Christmas.
Jock is first seen talking with Lady and Trusty where she feels overjoyed upon seeing Ladys collar just as she tells her friends that she is part of Jim Dears family. Just as Trusty decides to find the rat, Jocks owner takes her back to her so that her owner can continue more paintings related to Jock. Having a conversation with Tramp, Jock and Trusty arrive just as she tells Lady to stay away from him just as Tramp walks away while she and Trusty are unsure of what Lady would do when a baby arrives in their house.
Though he is essentially warm-hearted, Jock tends to be stingy at times, and never lets anyone see his prized collection of hoarded bones, even Lady, and he frequently praises things based on their expense, such as Ladys collar and the coming baby. This trait is a reference to the stereotype of Scots being frugal.
Jock appears as a female in the film remake, voiced by Ashley Jensen in the remake. Although she is called “Jock” in this version, her owner also calls her “Jacqueline” in this film. Unlike in the original film, this incarnation of Jock has no solo song she sings at any point of the film.
To redeem themselves, Trusty and Jock rush to the dogcatchers wagon and attempt to stop it and save Tramp. They succeed in saving Tramp, but unfortunately, Trusty is run over when the wagon crashes. Jock nudges his best friend, but Trusty does not move, leading Jock to howl in mourning. At Christmas, Jock joins Lady and Tramp, who have mated with four puppies. Trusty survived the crash with only a broken leg and joins the celebration as well. As the feisty Scamp unravels part of his plaid sweater, Jock congratulates Lady and Tramp on their puppies, also noting Tramps collar like he did with Lady from the beginning.
Jock and Trusty quickly realizes whats going on and as Jock puts it, “Darling is expecting a wee bairn.” They start to describe what a baby is until Tramp arrives. Tramp shoves Jock out of the way to speak to Lady which upsets Jock. Jock barks at him to keep away from Lady. Jock later reappears near the end of the film after Lady and Tramp got to know each other. At this point, Lady cant stand him, and when Tramp returns after being separated by the dogcatcher, Jock is prepared to attack when ready although Lady claims its alright. After Tramp redeems himself by killing the attacking rat, Jock along with Trusty has seen that Tramp is not all that bad of a dog. Jock felt extremely stupid and ashamed for misjudging Tramp badly.
Jock and Trusty rush to the dogcatchers vehicle and attempt to stop it. Although they do, Trusty is apparently killed by the crash. Jock attempts to help but it seems there is no use. Jock then howls and mourns for his seemingly departed friend. That Christmas, Jock joins Lady along with her husband Tramp and four puppies. Despite Scamp, Ladys only son, tearing up his plaid sweater, he remains calm and congratulates Lady and Tramp on their kids, also noting Tramps collar. As for Trusty, it seems it was only a broken leg and attends the Christmas celebration as well.
One Hundred and One Dalmatians
Jock makes a cameo appearance in the classic film during the famous Twilight Bark sequence. He also makes a cameo to help the main pups get back to the farm in the first episode of the spin-off TV series. In 101 Dalmatians II: Patchs London Adventure, Jock is seen during the heroic bark contest with Thunderbolt.
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