List of fictional canines in animation

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This is a list of fictional canines in animation, and is subsidiary to the List of fictional canines. It is a collection of various notable non-dog canine characters. Dogs can be found under animation in the list of fictional dogs. Wolves can be found under animation in the list of fictional wolves.


Name Origin Notes
Antoine D'Coolette Sonic the Hedgehog
Bent-Tail the Coyote Various Walt Disney cartoons A brown coyote who appeared as a nemesis of Pluto in a few cartoons.
Bent-Tail Junior Various Walt Disney cartoons Bent-Tail's unintelligent son.
Cage E. Coyote Baby Looney Tunes Wile E. Coyote's father.
Calamity Coyote Tiny Toon Adventures Pupil to Wile E. Coyote, who targets Road Runner's pupil Little Beeper, but only half his inventions work properly.
Coyote Kid Tiny Toon Adventures A cowboy robber who closely resembles Wile E. Coyote. He and his gang of outlaw coyotes only appeared in the episode "High Toon".
Dag the Coyote Barnyard A red coyote who, and his pack tried to kidnap farm animals, but where defeated by Otis the cow, and his friends.
Don Coyote The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda A knightly coyote with a mustache, armour and a lance, who rides on his steed Dapple with his companion Sancho Panda to spread justice (but usually mayhem) wherever he travels.
Droop-a-Long Ricochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long A deputy.
Space Coyote The Simpsons Homer Simpson's spirit guide who only appeared in the episode "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)".
Tech E. Coyote Loonatics Unleashed Descendant of Wile E. Coyote, who has Rev Runner as his technical assistant.
Tommy the Coyote Father of the Pride
Wile E. Coyote Looney Tunes A brown coyote who makes many attempts to catch his target prey Road Runner only to fail miserably. He is America's most popular cartoon coyote.


Name Origin Notes
Cajun Fox Courage the Cowardly Dog
Colulu and Widget Kateikyoushi Hitman Reborn!
Donbe Dragonball and Dr. Slump
Fauntleroy Fox The Fox and the Crow A refined but gullible sort. Created in 1941 by Columbia Pictures.
Foxy Merrie Melodies Foxy was the star of the first Merrie Melodies cartoons Ising directed for producer Leon Schlesinger. (Ising had already helped his partner Hugh Harman create another series, titled Looney Tunes, with the character Bosko.) Foxy's first appearance on screen was in August 1931 in "Lady, Play Your Mandolin!". This old-western themed short features Foxy developing affection for the tavern singer who would become his girlfriend.

Foxy and his then-nameless girlfriend would appear in another cartoon that same year: "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!" (September 5, 1931), a musical set on a trolley. The plot bares some similarities to Trolley Troubles, a 1928 Oswald Rabbit cartoon which Harman and Ising contributed on. This also marks the first time Foxy's name was mentioned.

Foulfellow Pinocchio (film) In the 1940 Disney film Pinocchio, the fox and the cat are given the names "Honest" John Worthington Foulfellow (voiced by Walter Catlett) and Gideon (whose three hiccups in the film were provided by Mel Blanc). The pair differ from their original counterparts in the Collodi novel in a number of ways. They do not feign disability, and it is they who tempt Pinocchio to go to Mangiafuoco's theatre (named Stromboli in the film) and coax him into going to Pleasure Island.
Freddy Fox Peppa Pig One of Peppa's friends who debuted in the season 3 episode of the same name. He has a very strong nose, similar to Gaston from Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom, who is another character created by Astley Baker Davies. He is voiced by Max Miller.
King Voracious Foxbusters Leader of the foxes, Voracious is a large, handsome and charismatic red fox who is a somewhat unstable character. He sometimes appears to lose authority in the pack of foxes, but at the same time still leads them into constantly (and unsuccessfully) trying to get the better of the chickens.
Fox Persona 4 The Animation
Fox Skunk Fu
Kitsune Folktales from Japan
Konoha Dog Days
Nick Wilde Zootopia The main protagonist of the film voiced by Jason Bateman.
Rita Jungledyret A young red fox who befriends Hugo on the streets of Copenhagen.
Tails Sonic the Hedgehog The name "Miles Prower" is a pun on "miles per hour", a reference to the famed speed of Sonic the Hedgehog. He is an eight year old[1]fox with two tails,[2] hence the nickname. He is known to be Sonic's sidekick, best friend,[2] and a mechanic.[2] He is able to use his two tails to propel himself into the air like a helicopter for a limited time.[2] His debut was on October 16, 1992 in the 8-bit version of Sonic the Hedgehog 2; the 16-bit version was released that November.
Robin Hood and Maid Marian Robin Hood
Sumari Shining Tears X Wind
Swiper Dora the Explorer The main antagonist of the show. He wears a dark blue mask that conceals his face and thieving gloves of the same color. Before his entrances, he can be heard twitching his whiskers. Once the viewer manages to yell his name in sight, he will jump out of his hiding place and creep towards Dora and Boots to try to swipe their stuff. He can be stopped by Dora, Boots and the viewer saying "Swiper, no swiping!" thrice, upon which after he snaps his fingers with his catchphrase, "Oh, man!" before escaping. However, he has been shown to expose his heroic side in some episodes like "Swiper the Explorer", where he assists Dora and Boots in returning a baby fox to its parents. He is voiced by Marc Weiner, who is best known for hosting the now-cancelled Weinerville.
Todd The Fox and the Hound Voiced by Mickey Rooney, Tod is a young orphaned red fox who befriends a hunting hound dog as a pup but finds they cannot remain friends.
Vic The Little Fox
Vice Presidential Star Driver: Kagayaki no Takuto
Zorori Kaiketsu Zorori


Name Species Origin Notes
Balto Wolfdog Balto Balto is a wolf-dog hybrid, shunned by both humans and dogs in the town of Nome. He is a rugged spirit, adventurer of his social domain; a rebel soul, no one to turn to but himself. His only friends are Boris, a Russian goose, and Muk and Luk, two polar bears. Balto and Boris live on a grounded boat outside Nome, while Muk and Luk are occasional visitors.
Danny Dingo Blinky Bill Oldest brother of the family and main antagonist of the first season
Meatball Dingo Blinky Bill Aids Danny in his schemes and not very smart
Daisy Dingo Blinky Bill The Flirtatious sister of the family
Ma Dingo Blinky Bill The mother of the family, with a very bad temper
Shifty Dingo Blinky Bill Youngest brother of the family and becomes a member of Blinky's gang
Skalk African wild dog Khumba


  1. ^ Sonic Team. "Tails's official character profile". Sega of Japan. Retrieved 28 Jul 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c d Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008). In-game description of the "Tails" trophy.