Doggy Day School

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Doggy Day School
Doggy Day School poster.jpg
The main characters from left to right: Lucas, Suki (in back), Lucas (in front), Lili, Koda, and Rosie.
Created byCathy Moss
Directed by
  • Stefan Leblanc
  • Marcelo de Moura (co-director)
Voices of
Composer(s)
  • Paulo Tatit
  • Sandra Peres
  • Fabio Martins
  • Jonas Tatit
  • Akira Ueno
Country of origin
  • Brazil
  • Canada
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes52 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Vivianne Morin
  • Louis Laverdière
  • Lorraine Richard
  • Gil Ribeiro
  • João Daniel Tikhomiroff
  • Michel Tikhomiroff
Producer(s)
  • Tiago Mello
  • Greg Dummett
  • Louise Richard
Editor(s)Thiago Salerno
Running time11 minutes[1][2]
Production company(s)
  • Mixer Films[3]
  • Cité-Amérique[3]
Release
Original networkNickelodeon
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Audio formatStereo
Original release12 October 2009 (2009-10-12)[3] –
2011
External links
Production website

Doggy Day School is an animated children's television series created by Cathy Moss, who also created Franny's Feet.

The series is about a group of five dogs who have adventures together in the day school that attend. It was designed to teach children that it's a necessity to accept yourself and others, to respect their differences, and that "diversity is something to be celebrated."[4] It debuted on Nickelodeon in Brazil on 12 October 2009.[3]

Premise[edit]

Doggy Day School revolves around five dogs, Lucas, Lili, Koda, Suki, and Pedro, who go to a day school owned by Rosie every morning. The group of puppies learn about each other and the world they live in, all while having various adventures together.[2][5]

Characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Lucas (voiced by Sonja Ball) is a dalmatian dog, and the mascot of the group. He is easily excitable and curious, even in the most serious situations.[6]
  • Lili (voiced by Angela Galuppo) is a charming and delicate miniature poodle. Sometimes she gets bossy, and she loves to gossip. She is also full of fun ideas.[6]
  • Koda (voiced by Mark Hauser) is a Siberian Husky who loves adventure. He has a big imagination and a desire to become a superhero.[6]
  • Suki (voiced by Sonja Ball) is a Newfoundland dog. She is very docile and sensitive, as she is always willing to help the other puppies.[6]
  • Pedro (voiced by Mark Hauser) is a beagle dachshund mixed breed. He is the intelligent street dog of the group, and he loves to eat biscuits.[6]
  • Rosie (voiced by Kaniehtiio Horn) is the owner of the day school who looks after the pets.

Recurring[edit]

  • Vlad (voiced by Mark Hauser) is a stunt dog movie star who frequently visits the daycare and demonstrates his tricks for the group.
  • Daisy is an Afghan. She appears in the episode "Best in Show".

Episodes[edit]

Pig Deal

Small is Beautiful

Sports Day

Do the Itch

Super Koda

Diamond Lily

Hidden Talent

Pedro's Secret

Oodles of Poodles

Food for Thought

Bath Time

Koda and the Three Bears

Cone Head

The Magic Lamp

Best in Show

Patience, Lucas

Bossy Boots

Rosie's Gift

The Runaround

Something's Fishy

Zippy the Turtle

Good Enough

My First Day at School

Let's Get Ready

Dogs with Jobs

Visit to the Vet

Broadcast[edit]

Doggy Day School debuted on Nickelodeon in Brazil on 12 October 2009, however the series was dubbed in Brazilian Portuguese. The series aired in its original English-language version on TVOKids, Knowledge Kids, and Aboriginal Peoples Television Network in Canada.[when?]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Doggy Day School – Attraction Distribution". attractiondistribution.ca. 3 March 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Escola para Cachorro (Doggy Day School) – Mixer Films". mixer.com.br. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |website= (help)
  3. ^ a b c d "Toon Boom Sets Up Doggy Day School Pipeline". animationmagazine.net. 1 October 2009. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |website= (help)
  4. ^ "Ciné-Fȇte – Doggy Day School". cinefete.ca.
  5. ^ "Doggy Day School". knowledgekids.ca. 15 April 2016.
  6. ^ a b c d e "Escuela para Perros Episodios Completos y Clips – Mundonick Latinoamérica". mundonick.com. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |website= (help)

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