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Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds (as it was called in the UK) was a decent show. The animation may not have been the best ever and it wasn't the most memorable show but it had it's moments.
Dogtanian was a puppy who came to Paris to join the Kings Own Guard. He manages to fall in love with Juliette and teams with three swordsters by the name of Athos, Porthos and Aramis to engage in battle. It was one for all and all for one.
I wouldn't call the show a classic cartoon show but the characters were quite interesting and it is certainly worth a look.
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