1 9 8 9 (USA)
26 x 15 minute episodes
Rude dog (voiced by Rob Paulsen) was a cool, smart dog with a Brooklyn accent who drove around in a pink 1956 Cadillac and lived in a converted auto shop with the Dweebs – a motley bunch of seven offbeat mutts who were constantly getting into (and out of) trouble.
The Dweebs included a stuttering Dachshund named Caboose (voiced by Frank Welker); the uptight British Bulldog Winston (voiced by Peter Cullen); a Smooth Fox Terrier called Reggie (voiced by Mendi Segal channelling his best Jack Nicholson); a Great Dane from the Deep South named Barney (voiced by Dave Coulier); a Beagle called Satch (voiced by Jim Cummings impersonating Ed Wynn); a friendly Chihuahua named Tweek (voiced by Hank Saroyan), and a Chinese Crested mix called Ditzy Kibble (voiced by Ellen Gerstell).
The group spent much of their time trying to avoid dogcatcher Herman P Rockbottom III (also voiced by Peter Cullen), who was assisted by his dog, Rot T Weiller, who had the IQ of a bowl of water.
The Dweebs also had to contend with their neighbourhood nemesis – Seymour, the attack cat (also voiced by Frank Welker).
Rude Dog had a girlfriend named Gloria (also voiced by Ellen Gerstell).
Herman P Rockbottom III
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