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Top 10 Coolest Cartoon Dogs (pg. 2)

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5. Cartoon Dogs - Krypto the Superdog

Courtesy of Warner Bros.  Originally Superman's pet on the planet Krypton, Krypto the Superdog was sent up in a test ship by Superman's father and now lives on earth with a boy named Kevin Whitney. Krypto has all the powers of Superman (all life forms from Krypton gain superpowers when exposed to a yellow sun like earth's) and spends his days fighting canine super-villains  and chewing on super-flees.

#4. Cartoon Dogs - Pluto

Courtesy of Disney. Disney's Pluto made his first appearance as Mickey Mouse's pet dog in the 1930s. Since then he's gone on to have plenty of his own adventures, even making it into the Kingdom Hearts video games. Pluto is a friendly, good-natured pup who can't speak - unlike his canine pal Goofy.

#3. Cartoon Dogs - Santa's Little Helper

Courtesy of FOX.Bart Simpson rescued this sad little racing greyhound on Christmas Eve while Homer tried to win enough money for Christmas presents. Santa's Little Helper proves to be a great friend to Bart - saving him from Mr. Burn's guard dogs (despite having been brainwashed to be one himself) and growls a garbled "I love you", to get attention when Bart gets an elephant.

#2. Cartoon Dogs - Scooby Doo

Courtesy of Warner Bros. Everyone's favorite talking dog is an essential part of Mystery Inc. The always-hungry great dane from the classic cartoon named after him, may be a bit of a coward but he still manages to help his owner Shaggy out of a jam from time to time. Scooby's full name is actually "Scoobert" and he's appeared in countless movies and television series since he made his Saturday morning cartoon debut way back in 1969.

#1. Cartoon Dogs - Snoopy

Courtesy of ABC.Charlie Brown's pet beagle Snoopy really has a life of his own. While Charlie is mostly content to waddle around looking confused, Snoopy and his bird pal Woodstock live out tons of crazy adventures (though most are in their heads). Sometimes Snoopy is a World War I flying ace, and other times he just plays fetch with soap bubbles. He's an eccentric character who understands a little French, plays short-stop and eats a brand of dog food called "For Dogs who Flew in World War I and Understand a Little French." Classic.


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