On a magical artifact called the Bone of Scone, that gives "Puppy Power" to the Pound Puppies and Pound Purries. However, a villain named Marvin McNasty plans to take it and use it for ... See full summary »
After learning that her friends, as well as herself, are the magical Elements of Harmony, studious unicorn Twilight Sparkle is sent by her mentor, Princess Celestia, to Ponyville to study the magic of friendship with help from her friends.
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A female dog from a wealthy family named Violet Vanderfeller is picked up and taken to the city pound, where she meets the gang and discovers their mission of uniting themselves up with ... See full summary »
If you think that I will like this TV Series.... Then you are right. I confess, I am a die-hard fan of the Pound Puppies. Fortunately, this TV show stayed true to the franchise most everyone forgot. Like the 1980's version of the cartoon, there are likable characters on the show. There's Lucky(Voiced by Eric McCormack from Will and Grace), the leader of the group; Cookie(Voiced by Yvette Nicole Brown from Drake and Josh), the tough but kind-hearted Boxer; Niblet(Voiced by John De Maggio from Futurama), the goofy, food-loving sheepdog; Strudel(Voiced by Alana Ubach from Rango), the intelligent dachshund; Squirt(Voiced by Michael Rapaport), the small but street-smart chihuahua; Olaf(Voiced by M. Emmet Walsh), the dogcatcher; and McLeish(Voiced by Rene Auberjonois, who you may recognized as the voice of the Poodle and Pierre in the 1980's version of the Pound Puppies and as Louis, the French Chef from the Little Mermaid), the owner of the pound. To be honest with you, I like this TV Series and there's no changing my opinion from that point on. Bottom Line: The animation is nice, the character design is good, this TV series stayed true to the 1980's TV series of the same name, and all the characters are likable.
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