Cartoon Dogs - Round 2
You love them. We love them. They're infinitely pettable, they're loyal, they're great at fetch... and they're animated. They're cartoon dogs, and these are the best of the best. But which is the best of the best of the best?? There's only one way to find out! VOTE!
(1) Snoopy vs. (9) Huckleberry Hound
Snoopy’s been with us since 1950, and he’s given us unforgettable characters like Joe Cool and a British World War I flying ace (always on the trail of the Red Baron). He’s been our best friend and constant companion, even on dark and stormy nights.
Created in 1958 by Hanna-Barbera, HH always found a way to succeed even in the silliest of circumstances.
(12) Underdog vs. (4) Pluto
Created in 1964, Underdog and his mild mannered alter-ego Shoeshine Boy, would appear when Sweet Polly Purebred was having a rough time. And he almost always spoke in rhyme.
Pluto is one of the oldest dogs in the bracket - he debuted in 1930! As Mickey Mouse’s official pet, Pluto doesn’t speak… but he is always hilarious, loyal, and trustworthy.
(11) Odie vs. (3) Goofy
Jon Arbuckle’s loyal, albeit dense, canine companion. Also the nemesis/target of Arbuckle’s more famous pet, Garfield.
First of all… yes, Goofy is a dog. Secondly, while Mickey may be the leader of the gang, Goofy is the heart. He may be a little clumsy, but he always means well.
Blue, an adorable blue dog who just wants to play a guessing game with you, stole our hearts alongside her friends Sidetable Drawer, Mailbox, Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper (and their child Paprika (don’t think too hard about it)). And whether it was Steve, Joe, or Josh hosting, we all know who the star really is.
No villain is safe with Scoob and the gang around! Sure, he’s a little bit of a chicken, but he’s always up for the challenge… as long as there are Scooby Snacks around.
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