List of Pound Puppies (2010 TV series) episodes

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The following is a list of episodes from The Hub original series Pound Puppies.


Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Season premiere Season finale Network
1 26 October 10, 2010 January 28, 2012 The Hub / Hub Network
2 13 June 2, 2012 December 1, 2012
3 26 June 1, 2013[1] November 16, 2013

Season 1: 2010–2012[edit]

Series # Production Code Title Directed by Written by United States Original Airdate Canada Original Airdate
1 101 "The Yipper Caper" Richard Weston Paul Germain & Joe Ansolabehere October 10, 2010 (2010-10-10) Unknown
Series Premiere. A so-called "unmatchable puppy" finds the perfect match and then loses him. Meanwhile, McLeish attempts to impress his brother-in-law, the mayor (Dabney Coleman).
Puppy: Yipper (Danny Cooksey).
2 102 "Nightmare on Pound Street" Richard Weston Bart Jennett & Joe Ansolabehere October 29, 2010 (2010-10-29) February 10, 2011

A Halloween-themed episode. The puppies try to find a home for a weird-looking puppy named Freddie (Justin Shenkarow).

Puppy: Freddie
Note: The puppy Freddie and the title of the episode is a spoof of the horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street.
3 103 "Rebound" Richard Weston Mark Drop & Bart Jennett November 5, 2010 (2010-11-05) January 27, 2011
The puppies seek a home for a hyperactive puppy named Rebound (Brooke Goldner). However, it becomes an exhausting task when each owner returns her just minutes after adoption and Niblet knows why, as he has a connection with her. Meanwhile, Mr. Mcleish's mother (Betty White) comes to visit the pound.
Puppy: Rebound
4 104 "The General" Richard Weston Rachel Lipman November 19, 2010 (2010-11-19) February 17, 2011
The General (E. G. Daily), a legendary canine in the Pound Puppies community, visits the shelter, and- much to the gang's surprise -is revealed to be a female Poodle. She tells them that she has 67 puppies that need adopting. Meanwhile, Cookie tries to connect more with her feminine side after realizing that the team thinks of her as just "one of the guys". Cookie also reveals that she has a crush on Lucky.
Puppy: Puppies disguised as a brown puppy.
5 105 "The Prince and the Pupper" Richard Weston Bart Jennett December 3, 2010 (2010-12-03) February 8, 2011

Tired of being unappreciated, Squirt switches places with a rich lookalike named Cuddlesworth (Ted Biaselli), who desires to become a Pound Puppy. While Cuddlesworth realizes that being a Pound Puppy isn't as fun as he thought, his servant (Charles Shaughnessy) takes Squirt to a mansion, where he meets a cat named Madame Pickypuss (Tress MacNeille).

Puppy: Cuddlesworth, Squirt, and MacGuffin
6 106 "Catcalls" Richard Weston Eric Trueheart December 17, 2010 (2010-12-17) January 20, 2011

The Pound Puppies and Kennel Kittens try to get a puppy and kitten adopted by the same home, in which the father dislikes cats and the mother dislikes dogs.

Puppy: Wagster (temporarily named Patches)
Kitten: Mittens (temporarily named Stripe) (E.G. Daily)
7 107 "King of the Heap" Richard Weston Rich Fogel December 24, 2010 (2010-12-24) Unknown

A Rottweiler named Tyson (Clancy Brown) wishes to get adopted by the owner of the junkyard. However, the junkyard owner adopts Niblet instead.
Puppy: Tyson

Note: This was the last episode animated by 9 Story Entertainment.
8 108 "My Fair Rebound" Greg Sullivan Rachel Lipman August 13, 2011 (2011-08-13) Unknown

Ms. McLeish wants to enter Rebound in a dog show to show up a rival, Mildred (Katherine Helmond), and her upper class canine, Sterling Von Oxnard (Clancy Brown). Rebound seeks help from the Pound Puppies to help her become a proper contestant, while Mrs. McLeish seeks the help of famed dog trainer Mr. Julius (George Takei).

Puppy: Rebound

Note: From this episode onward, the animation for the series is produced by DHX Media/Vancouver, marking a noticeable change in the series' animation style.
9 109 "Quintuplets" Jos Humphrey Joe Ansolabehere August 13, 2011 (2011-08-13) February 1, 2011
The Pound Puppies try to get quintuplets adopted. This becomes a problem when they learn all five want to be adopted together.
Puppy: The Quintuplets (Whip and Tip are voiced by E.G. Daily. Flip and Blip are voiced by Kath Soucie)
10 110 "Dog on a Wire" Greg Sullivan Eric Trueheart August 20, 2011 (2011-08-20) February 3, 2011

Tired of being left behind on missions because of her shape, Strudel gets her chance to shine when she is tasked with guiding a circus dog named Chuckles (Tom Kenny) back to his home. Reaching the big top, she becomes part of a circus act that must succeed to prevent a greedy ringmaster (Kevin Michael Richardson) from canceling it for good. Strudel must soon choose between a life of stardom and her friends back at the pound, before the fame goes to her head.

Puppy: Chuckles, later Strudel
11 111 "Homeward Pound" Jos Humphrey Billiam Coronel August 27, 2011 (2011-08-27) Unknown

After a successful mission at a local airport, Squirt and Niblet stumble into a departing plane. Landing in Canada, they have to find their way back. Their friends back home call upon the rest of the Pound Puppy network, including Canadian pup agents Todd (Dave Thomas) and Rick (Dave Foley), to pinpoint their exact location.

Puppy: Dinky (Lauren Tom), later Squirt and Niblet
12 112 "Rebel Without a Collar" Greg Sullivan Rachel Lipman September 10, 2011 (2011-09-10) Unknown

Cookie develops a crush on a coyote named Fang (Luke Perry) and she considers leaving the pound with him. Meanwhile, it is hinted that Lucky has a crush on Cookie.

Puppy: Buddy (Richard Lewis)
13 113 "Taboo" Jos Humphrey Julie Selbo October 1, 2011 (2011-10-01) Unknown

The Pound Puppies believe a puppy, Taboo (Pamela Adlon), is bad luck.

Puppy: Taboo
14 114 "Toyoshiko! Bark Friend Machine" Greg Sullivan Mark Drop October 8, 2011 (2011-10-08) Unknown

Milton Feltwaddle (Jim Parsons) brings a super-intelligent robot dog named Toyoshiko (Ashley Johnson) to the pound, who understands Strudel.

Puppy: Toyoshiko
15 115 "Zoltron" Jos Humphrey Silvia Olivas October 15, 2011 (2011-10-15) Unknown

After Zoltron (French Stewart) gets separated from his family during an outing, he needs help from the Pound Puppies to be reunited with his people, and the pups soon make the discovery that their new companion may or may not be from planet Earth.

Puppy: Zoltron
16 116 "The Really Weird Dog" Greg Sullivan Steven Tsapelas October 22, 2011 (2011-10-22) Unknown

Lucky wants to help Rover (Sam McMurray) find his person, but finds out Rover is not an ordinary dog, as Rover is actually an alligator.

Puppy: Rover
17 117 "Bone Voyage" Jos Humphrey Tony Infante November 12, 2011 (2011-11-12) Unknown

When Mrs. McLeish leaves for a vacation on a cruise, Rebound believes she will never come back. Meanwhile, the cruise ship's captain (Gavin Macleod) becomes smitten with Mrs. McLeish.

Puppy: Greasy (Kath Soucie), later Rebound
18 118 "Snow Problem" Greg Sullivan Rich Fogel November 19, 2011 (2011-11-19) Unknown

The Pound Puppies become sled dogs to help Tundra (Hunter Parrish), a Siberian Husky, impress the person of his dreams, dog musher Jean Luc Glaciaire (Maurice LaMarche).

Puppy: Tundra
19 119 "The K9 Kid" Jos Humphrey Mike Ferris November 26, 2011 (2011-11-26) Unknown

Lucky and the gang meet Pepper (Jennifer Carpenter), who's determined to become a cop dog, even though she's not the right size or breed for the job.

Puppy: Pepper
20 120 "The Call of the Squirreldog" Greg Sullivan Nancy Steingard December 3, 2011 (2011-12-03) Unknown

Squirt tells the story of how Mr. Nut Nut joined the Pound Puppies crew.

Puppy: Chocko (Pamela Adlon), Scout (E.G. Daily), and Winnie (Cree Summer)
21 121 "I Never Barked for My Father" Jos Humphrey Joe Ansolabehere December 10, 2011 (2011-12-10) Unknown

Lucky's father, Slick (Gary Cole), comes to the pound to hide from the dog catcher. Lucky, however, is angry at his father for leaving him when he was a puppy.

Puppy: Chip (Danny Cooksey)

Note: In 2012, this episode was honored with the HUMANITAS Prize for excellence in writing for children's television animation.[2]
22 122 "McLeish Unleashed" Greg Sullivan Eric Trueheart December 17, 2011 (2011-12-17) Unknown

Milton Feltwaddle returns to run Shelter 17 when McLeish gets an exciting promotion, and the gang soon realizes that placing pups in homes will become a challenge as soon as they realize that the new leader means serious business. Feltwaddle reveals to be incompetent on running a pound and treats it more like a prison and believes that dogs should look like their owners.

Puppy: Corky (Georgina Cordova)
23 123 "Olaf in Love" Jos Humphrey Peter Hannan January 7, 2012 (2012-01-07) Unknown

A new puppy, Kiki (Jentle Phoenix), believes that she has found the perfect person in Olaf and Gertrude the librarian (Ellen Greene), so it's up to the Pound Puppies use their imagination to get the two to realize that they are made for each other and get the new dog a forever home.

Puppy: Kiki

Note: One of the songs used in this episode was an instrumental version of the "Cutie Mark Crusaders Song", which was first used on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
24 124 "Kennel Kittens Return" Greg Sullivan Tony Infante January 14, 2012 (2012-01-14) Unknown

Squirt, disguised as a cat, sneaks into the Kennel Kittens' headquarters to retrieve a gadget they stole from the Pound Puppies.

Kitten: Lily (Tara Strong)
25 125 "Mutternal Instincts" Jos Humphrey Janna King January 21, 2012 (2012-01-21) Unknown

Cookie has been feeling ignored due to her family's busy schedules and becomes close to a puppy she names Cupcake (Cree Summer).

Puppy: Cupcake
26 126 "Lucky Gets Adopted" Greg Sullivan Bart Jennett January 28, 2012 (2012-01-28) Unknown

Lucky is adopted against his will by an eccentric social outcast named Dot (Grey DeLisle). However, his new owner's over-affectionate ways make him uncomfortable.

Puppy: Shaggles, later Lucky

Note: This is the first episode to feature singing.

Season 2: 2012[edit]

At the Hub Upfront, a second season was confirmed. It premiered June 2, 2012.

The second season introduced the Super Secret Pup Club, Rebound, Cupcake, and (new for season 2) Patches. In addition, Rebound, Cupcake and Patches are featured in the opening theme during the second season giving tags to the puppies going to their new homes.

Series # Production Code Title Directed by Written by United States Original Airdate Canada Original Airdate
27 201 "Zipper the Zoomit Dog" Jos Humphrey Mark Drop June 2, 2012 (2012-06-02) September 7, 2012

Squirt reveals his secret past and vows to train Zipper (Tara Strong) to catch flying discs, secretly to get revenge on a dog from his past named Brutus (John J. York).

Puppy: Zipper
28 202 "The Fraud Princess" Greg Sullivan Rachel Lipman June 9, 2012 (2012-06-09) September 14, 2012

Agatha's new beau, Wally Banks (Tim Conway) brings a nosey playmate over for Rebound.

Puppy: Princess (Dom Irrera)
29 203 "The Super Secret Pup Club" Jos Humphrey Bart Jennett June 16, 2012 (2012-06-16) September 21, 2012

After being told they are too little to join the Pound Puppies, Rebound and Cupcake join a Dalmatian puppy named Patches (Jessica DiCicco) to form their own puppy-placing group.

Puppy: Patches
30 204 "Barlow" Greg Sullivan Alan Hanson June 23, 2012 (2012-06-23) September 28, 2012

An old Basset Hound dog named Barlow promotes a philosophy of laziness, which is easily embraced by the others at the pound, except for Lucky, who tries to find Barlow's banjo-playing person (Diedrich Bader). Meanwhile, the legendary Dash Whippet (Corey Burton) pays the Pound Puppies a visit and expects them to find people for his grand-pups.

Puppy: Zippster (Cree Summer), Kippster (Jessica DiCicco), Tip-Tip (E.G. Daily), and Barlow
31 205 "There's Something About Camelia" Jos Humphrey Tony Infante June 30, 2012 (2012-06-30) October 5, 2012

A dog named Camelia (E.G. Daily) matches well with many people, so the puppies try to find her best match.

Puppy: Poopsy and Camelia
32 206 "Good Dog, McLeish!" Greg Sullivan Evan Gore July 7, 2012 (2012-07-07) October 12, 2012

McLeish is accidentally hypnotized into thinking he is a dog. He joins the Pound Puppies on a mission to take Piper (Anndi McAfee) to her person at a pound run by McLeish's old friend Ralphie (Wayne Knight) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Puppy: Piper
33 207 "The Ruff Ruff Bunch" Jos Humphrey Rich Fogel July 14, 2012 (2012-07-14) October 19, 2012

The Super Secret Pup Club join a high society dog club, while the Pound Puppies search for the lost dog Cuddlesworth.

Puppy: Cuddlesworth and Rebound
34 208 "Salty" Greg Sullivan Merriwether Williams July 21, 2012 (2012-07-21) October 26, 2012

Salty (Clancy Brown), an aging sea dog, tries to choose his own replacement.

Puppy: Suds (Rob Paulsen) and Salty
35 209 "Squawk" Greg Sullivan Chelsea Meyer July 28, 2012 (2012-07-28) November 2, 2012

Niblet shares the Pound Puppies' secrets with a chatty parrot (Frank Welker), that McLeish is watching for his brother-in-law, the mayor (John Larroquette).

Puppy: Humphery (Danny Cooksey)
36 210 "The Accidental Pup Star" Jos Humphrey Tony Infante August 25, 2012 (2012-08-25) November 9, 2012

Rebound's song-and-dance skills are on display in a video on the Internet, and the Pound Puppies try to prevent McLeish from exploiting this for fame.

Puppy: Roxie
37 211 "No Dogs Allowed" Jos Humphrey Rich Whitley September 1, 2012 (2012-09-01) November 16, 2012

The Pound Puppies investigate why people are returning their pups to the pound and find that the landlord of an apartment (Kevin Michael Richardson) has a no-dogs-allowed policy.

Puppy: Checkers (Kath Soucie)
38 212 "Pound Preemies" Jos Humphrey Eric Trueheart December 1, 2012 (2012-12-01) September 18, 2012

A dog named Miss Petunia (Glenne Headly) gives premature birth to a litter of puppies at Shelter 17, who are mistakenly adopted by a trio of girls. The Pound Puppies must find the newborns and get them back to their mother.

Puppy: Newborn puppies (including Cinnamon (U.S.)/Velvet Belly (Canada), "Runt" in the credits)
39 213 "I Heard the Barks on Christmas Eve" Greg Sullivan Chelsea Meyer November 24, 2012 (2012-11-24) November 30, 2012

The Pound Puppies need a miracle to place thousands of puppies that are overflowing from shelters all over town. The task seems insurmountable, but Rebound's tenacity may be just enough to pull off a Christmas miracle.

Puppy: Nutmeg (Tara Strong) and Ralph (Fred Stoller)

Season 3: 2013[edit]

In June 2012, Yvette Nicole Brown (the voice of Cookie), confirmed that a 3rd season is in production.[3] In January 2013, she confirmed that the season would contain about 26 episodes.[4] Tim Stuby directed with Jos Humphrey and Greg Sullivan in Season 3.[5]

Series # Production Code Title Directed by Written by United States Original Airdate Canada Original Airdate
40 301 "Working K-9 to 5 [6]" Jos Humphrey Stephen Cedars June 1, 2013 (2013-06-01) TBA

Dolores (Tara Strong) has to prove to her editor in chief dad (J. K. Simmons) that she is responsible enough to adopt a pup, so she becomes a delivery girl for his newspaper. The Pound Puppies investigate why her deliveries are so late, so they can match her to her perfect pup.

Puppy: Dimples (E.G. Daily)
41 302 "Cuddle Up Buttercup" Greg Sullivan & Tim Stuby Chelsea Meyer June 1, 2013 (2013-06-01) November 7, 2013

An adorable pup named Buttercup (Grey DeLisle) looks so much like the latest toy sensation, Cuddle Up Buttercup, that kids think that she is the toy come to life. The Pound Puppies scramble to find her perfect person before she gets nabbed.

Puppy: Buttercup
42 303 "The Pups Who Loved Me" Jos Humphrey Bart Jennett June 8, 2013 (2013-06-08) November 11, 2013

British Pound Puppy agent Bondo (Jeff Bennett) arrives at Shelter 17 in his flying car. While playing in the car, the Super Secret Pup Club set off the controls and fly to London. Lucky and Bondo team to find them and place pup Yakov (Rob Paulsen) with his perfect person.

Puppy: Yakov
43 304 "Fright at the Museum" Greg Sullivan & Tim Stuby Tony Infante June 15, 2013 (2013-06-15) November 12, 2013

The Pound Puppies sneak into a museum to place pup Millie (Jeannie Elias) with Amelia (Ashley Johnson), granddaughter of the curator (Corey Burton). Their mission takes a spooky turn when Niblet and Squirt find themselves face to face with the awakened cat mummy Meowtuhotep.

Puppy: Millie
44 305 "Puddles the Problem Pup [7]" Jos Humphrey Story by : Rachel Lipman
Teleplay by : Tony Infante
June 23, 2013 (2013-06-23) November 13, 2013

The Pound Puppies help a puppy named Puddles get through a tinkling problem so his perfect person, Sam can adopt him. Unfortunately, Puddles problem seems uncontrollable and Sam's parents try to enlist him in a high society school.

Puppy: Puddles (Grey DeLisle)
45 306 "It's Elementary My Dear Pup Club [8]" Greg Sullivan & Tim Stuby Eric Trueheart June 29, 2013 (2013-06-29) November 14, 2013

Pepper helps the Super Secret Pup Club prove that a boy named Chucky (Danny Cooksey) is innocent of vandalism at school so he can adopt a pup named Boots.

Puppy: Boots (Kath Soucie)
46 307 "Hot Dawg! [9]" Jos Humphrey Mark Drop July 6, 2013 (2013-07-06) November 18, 2013

Headquarters assigns Shelter 17 a new member, a Spanish-accented Chihuahua named Antonio (Carlos Alazraqui), who has been kicked out of many shelters for getting romantically involved with the female agents that causes the agents and Antonio to forget about placing puppies with their perfect persons and unfortunately for Lucky and his team, they're his last hope if he is to remain a Pound Puppy or Antonio will be kicked out; but things get complicated when Antonio charms Cookie and Strudel that causes them to fight and forget about their latest adoptee, Pupster.

Puppy: Pupster (E.G. Daily)
47 308 "I'm Ready for my Close Pup [10]" Greg Sullivan & Tim Stuby Temple Mathews July 13, 2013 (2013-07-13) November 19, 2013

Pooches, a television star pup, can't handle the pressure of fame. So she escapes and the Pound Puppies decide to help her get a break by having Cupcake disguised as Pooches, but soon the fame goes to Cupcake's head, making her snooty and egotistical. Meanwhile, the Pound Puppies discover that Pooches perfect person is her co-star, Amy (Lauren Tom), who plays Pooches' enemy on her show, but loves Pooches deeply.

Puppy: Pooches (E.G. Daily)
48 309 "When Niblet Met Giblet [11]" Jos Humphrey Phil Walsh July 20, 2013 (2013-07-20) November 20, 2013

Niblet falls in love with a female sheepdog named Giblet (Ashley Johnson), who returns the feelings. When Giblet is adopted by a farmer (Jeff Bennett) Niblet goes to find her with Lucky and Cookie following him.

Puppy: Giblet
49 310 "Once a Ralph, Always a Ralph [12]" Jos Humphrey Eric Trueheart July 27, 2013 (2013-07-27) November 21, 2013

When McLeish brings Ralph (Fred Stoller) over to Shelter 17, the dog begins scaring off adopters; leaving the Pound Puppies to accuse him of sabotaging their operations. Lucky attempts to prove otherwise, but when Ralph's flaws test his team's patience, the Kennel Kittens decide to make Ralph one of them.

Puppy: Bobo and Chauncey (Tom Kenny)
50 311 "Hello Kitten [13]" Jos Humphrey Story by : Eric Shaw
Teleplay by : Tony Infante
August 3, 2013 (2013-08-03) November 25, 2013

When a kitten named Spoons shows up to Shelter 17, the Pound Puppies tell the Super Secret Pup Club not to socialize with a kitten because cats and dogs don't always get along, and the Pound Puppies and Kennel Kittens try not to interfere with each other's business. However, Super Secret Pup Club disobeys them and they help Spoons get to her perfect person. Suddenly, the Kennel Kittens shows up and they keep placing her in the wrong home due to Ace's overconfidence. The Super Secret Pup Club and a kitten named Teensy help Spoons to get her person and try to convince Kennel Kittens that cats and dogs can live together. Ace reveals that he was friends with a puppy a long time ago and he was unable to get over his past and he almost got Spoons hurt because of his overconfidence. Spoons is with her person and the puppy friend from a long time ago. Teensy is with her person as well; however, her person dresses her like a human girl.

Kitten: Spoons
51 312 "Beauty is Only Fur Deep [14]" Tim Stuby Benji Kleiman August 10, 2013 (2013-08-10) November 26, 2013

A heroic rescue dog named Champ (Diedrich Bader) arrives at the shelter without any fur; Squirt makes him a full-body toupee, but the pup's lack of confidence makes it difficult to find him the perfect home.

Puppy: Champ
52 313 "The Watchdogs [15]" Greg Sullivan & Tim Stuby Evan Gore August 17, 2013 (2013-08-17) November 27, 2013

Strudel begins leading a double life after being mistaken for a superhero, but her new job threatens her position on the team.

Puppy: Peppy (Carlos Alazraqui)
53 314 "Hail to the Chief [16]" Greg Sullivan & Tim Stuby Sib Ventress August 17, 2013 (2013-08-17) November 28, 2013

Strudel is challenged by Agent Ping (Lauren Tom) to find the perfect people for an energetic pup named Chief (Justin Shenkarow).

Puppy: Chief
54 315 "All Bark and Little Bite [17]" Jos Humphrey Phil Walsh August 24, 2013 (2013-08-24) December 2, 2013

Two of Patches' old friends tease him for hanging out with girl pups.

Puppy: Bart and Tony (E.G. Daily and Cree Summer)
55 316 "Lucky the Dunce [18]" Tim Stuby Joe Ansolabehere & Jon Rosenthal August 31, 2013 (2013-08-31) December 3, 2013

Strudel's electronic scrambling device goes awry and causes Lucky to act zany. Meanwhile, Niblet must make a difficult decision about his new best friend.

Puppy: Six Puppies
56 317 "Back in Action [19]" Tim Stuby Sib Ventress September 7, 2013 (2013-09-07) December 4, 2013

Bert (Clancy Brown), a dog who's a faded TV star, has the blues until his skills are needed to aid in a rescue.

Puppy: Bert and Jackpot (Lucas Grabeel)
57 318 "The Truth Is in Hear [20]" Jos Humphrey Jos Humphrey September 14, 2013 (2013-09-14) December 5, 2013

After watching too many science-fiction movies on TV, McLeish believes that the dogs are all space aliens.

Puppy: Clover (E.G. Daily)
58 319 "No More S'mores [21]" Jos Humphrey Joe Purdy September 21, 2013 (2013-09-21) December 9, 2013

Shy pup Millard (Grey DeLisle) accidentally ends up on a camping trip with the High Energy Scouts and the Pound Puppies race to place him with his perfect person before the scouts overwhelm him for good.

Puppy: Millard
59 320 "Doubles Trouble [22]" Tim Stuby Chelsea Meyer September 28, 2013 (2013-09-28) TBA

Sibling squabbles between Sweet Pea and Hairy threaten their adoption and their perfect owners' ping pong championship.

Puppy: Sweet Pea and Hairy (Jessica DiCicco and Lucas Grabeel)
60 321 "Little Monster [23]" Jos Humphrey Tony Infante October 5, 2013 (2013-10-05) TBA

Noodles feels left out when his humans bring home a baby named J.D., and comes up with a crazy plan to get rid of him.

Puppy: Noodles (Hynden Walch)
61 322 "Rebound's First Symphony [24]" Tim Stuby Eric Trueheart October 12, 2013 (2013-10-12) TBA

After a dispute between Agatha and Sumalee's mother (Margaret Cho) makes it nearly impossible for YoYo (Grey DeLisle) to be matched with Sumalee (Cree Summer), beautiful music brings peace to the neighborhood when they finally get together.

Puppy: Rebound, YoYo
62 323 "Lord of the Fleas [25]" Jos Humphrey Lisa Melbye (as Lisa Meldye) October 19, 2013 (2013-10-19) TBA

During an island adventure, Solo (Carlos Alazraqui), an adventurous pup, wanders off into the jungle and it's up to the Pound Puppies to save him before a volcano erupts.

Puppy: Solo
63 324 "The Road to Empawerment [26]" Jos Humphrey Sib Ventress October 26, 2013 (2013-10-26) TBA

Niblet leads three unique pups on a dangerous journey of self-discovery after listening to motivational speaker Bony Doggins (Jess Harnell).

Puppy: Stuffy (Carlos Alazraqui), Schleppy (Jeff Bennett), Axel (Grey DeLisle)
64 325 "The Pupple's Court [27]" Tim Stuby Eric Trueheart November 9, 2013 (2013-11-09) TBA

Lucky's habit of following instinct over rules lands him in front of a Pound Puppy tribunal that could mean the end of Shelter 17 if he is found guilty.

Puppy: Pugford (Grey DeLisle)
65 326 "Lucky Has to Move [28]" Tim Stuby Joe Ansolabehere & Jean Ansolabehere November 16, 2013 (2013-11-16) TBA

Series Finale. The Pound Puppies try to prevent Lucky from moving away by jinxing a promotion for Dot's dad.

Puppy: Beardy


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