5 dogs we want on our screens when MeTV Toons launches

If you have a classic dog you love, MeTV Toons has you covered.
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Cartoons always tend to have the best dogs. While there's something about live-action projects with dogs, cartoons always do it better.

That's why I was so excited to see the launch of MeTV Toons. Known for its classic TV channels, the brand is branching out into the animated world. Given that most people only know about Boomerang, this could be a game changer.

In an article from Variety, it was reported that this new channel will launch in June and will feature cartoons, both old and new. Whether someone's looking for classics like The Jetsons and The Flintstones, others will be able to find more modern cartoons such as Beetlejuice.

All in all, there's one thing we're looking forward to and it's all of the dogs featured on these shows so let's get into some of our favorites we're excited to see back.

We need to see these 5 cartoon dogs on MeTV Toons.

Before getting into the list, I wanted to share the website for MeTV Toons as it has a graphic with loads of different characters from shows and helps give you an idea of what we're getting. You can also see the video shared by the brand which gives you a preview of some cartoons that will be airing on the channel.

1. Scooby-Doo

First and foremost, I'd be remiss not to start with Scooby-Doo. As far as cartoon dogs go, Scooby-Doo is one of my favorites. There is something so fun about the series and the fact that most of the series still holds up. Given how many different Scooby series there are to choose from, there's probably going to be an entire block focused on Scooby and honestly, we're not even mad about it.

2. Bandit from Jonny Quest

The next pup we're excited to see grace our screens again is Bandit. This was Jonny's dog from Jonny Quest. Bandit was the group's pet bulldog and he felt like a member of the team. As far as characters go, Bandit might not be the most memorable but is one worth mentioning when it comes to classic cartoons. In addition, he's a dog I don't hear many people talking about so I wanted to make sure I gave him something.

3. Huckleberry Hound

The next pup we're excited to see is Huckleberry Hound. As far as cartoon dogs go, I feel like Huckleberry Hound tends to get forgotten about. I mean how could you forget about him as he's a blue dog? While other blue dogs have come along, it feels like Huckleberry Hound was the first.

His first appearance was in the late 1950s so it's clear he hasn't gotten as much love as his fellow cartoon pals. Either way, it'll be nice to see the Huckleberry Hound once again and maybe he'll grow an entirely new legion of fans.

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4. 2 Stupid Dogs

While I've talked about some classic dogs so far, there is one show I absolutely loved watching as a kid and that was 2 Stupid Dogs. The episodes weren't particularly long but were always fun so this is a series I know I'll want to revisit. What's so odd is the fact that I don't remember that these two dogs don't actually have names.

Yes, they were known as 2 Stupid Dogs but they were just big dog and little dog. While it might seem odd, it works. As far as more modern classic cartoons go, I feel like 2 Stupid Dogs doesn't get nearly as much love as it should.

5. Muttley

The final doggo making our list is Muttley from Wacky Races. While Muttley has been in a few recent projects, this original style is something I can't get enough of. Plus something about his laugh always makes for an enjoyable watch. While the image on MeTV Toons' page only featured only featured Dick Dastardly, there's no way Muttley won't be far behind him.

All in all, I feel like this recent MeTV Toons channel could be something fun for both new and old fans of cartoons. I know that I'll be tuning in to see some of my favorite dogs and other characters I love and appreciate.

Which pups do you think we're missing from our list? Let us know your favorite cartoon dogs!

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