|Also known as||All New Pound Puppies|
|Theme music composer||Hoyt Curtin|
|Opening theme||"We're Pound Puppies"|
|Ending theme||"We're Pound Puppies" (Instrumental)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||26 (36 segments)|
|Running time||24 minutes|
|Original release||September 13, 1986 –|
December 19, 1987
|Preceded by||Pound Puppies Special|
Pound Puppies (known as All New Pound Puppies in its second season)  is an American animated series made by Hanna-Barbera Productions and based on the toy line by Tonka as the sequel to the 1985 television special.  Broadcast on ABC from September 13, 1986 until December 19, 1987,  it is the first cartoon adaptation based on the franchise, the second being the 2010 series. 26 episodes (36 segments in total) are produced.
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|Title||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"Bright Eyes, Come Home"||Tom Ruegger||September 13, 1986||333–221|
|After Bright Eyes was unable to be adopted at Adoption Day, a mysterious man by the name of Sam Quintin arrives at Holly's puppy pound and views her as a star. but unknown to the gang, Quintin is a con artist and a jewelry robber!|
|2||2||"How to Found a Pound"||Earl Kress and Tom Ruegger||September 20, 1986||333–223|
|The Pound Puppies tell their story of how Holly became the owner of a puppy pound that was founded by the old lady Millicent Trueblood and how they came face-to-face with the villainous Katrina Stoneheart for the very first time even after Millicent passes away.|
|3||3||"From Wags to Riches"||George Atkins and Charles M. Howell, IV||September 27, 1986||333–234|
|The Pound Puppies and Holly meet Buster, a puppy who is "a walking natural disaster". They are later invited to the Bellveshires' mansion in hopes of saving the pound from Katrina Stoneheart's latest dastardly plot.|
|4||4||"Snowbound Pound"||Denis Higgins, John Bradford, Tom Ruegger, and Charles M. Howell, IV||October 4, 1986||333–235|
|The Pound Puppies rescue a pregnant dog from a severe snowstorm. However, when the power gets knocked out, it's up to Cooler, Howler, and Whopper to find a nearby veterinarian while the girls tend to the soon-to-be mother.|
|5||5||"The Fairy Dogmother"||Jim Ryan||October 11, 1986||333–237|
|After wishing upon a star, The Pound Puppies meet an oddball fairy dog mother named Zazu, in hopes of helping Holly win the heart of a young boy named Mervin.|
|6||6||"Whopper Cries Uncle"||Gordon Bressack||October 18, 1986||333–236|
|When Whopper's uncle JR comes for a visit, the Pound Puppies and Holly, Desperate to get Money to acquire Dog Food, disguise themselves as a wealthy family in order to impress him. However, Uncle JR has a secret of his own.|
|7||7||"In Pups We Trust"||Story by : June Patterson and Wendy West |
Teleplay by : Tom Ruegger and Charles M. Howell, IV
|October 25, 1986||333–238|
|Accusations fly when the Pound Puppies' beloved items were stolen. Although none of the pups knew who the real culprit is, the Pound Puppies still grew suspicious of each other. This causes Howler to take his leave and meets a vagrant dog. This also leads to the first encounter with Captain Slaughter.|
|8||8||"The Captain and the Cats"||Mark Edens||November 1, 1986||333–240|
|While in pursuit of rescuing Whopper from the evil Captain Slaughter, the Pound Puppies and Holly meet a trio of strange cats who wanted Captain Slaughter to capture them. But why?|
|9||9||"Secret Agent Pup"||Earl Kress, Tom Ruegger, and Charles M. Howell, IV||November 8, 1986||333–239|
|After Bright Eyes is kidnapped by Clawfinger's two foreign spies, the other Pound Puppies, along with a friendly puppy from Mongrelia named Pupnick, go on an adventure to save Bright Eyes, James Bond style.|
|10||10||"Wagga-Wagga"||Tom Ruegger and Gordon Bressack||November 15, 1986||333–241|
|Cooler meets his long-lost girlfriend Penelope, but is still angry whenever her name is mentioned. It all had something to do with Captain Slaughter and the once-existed town of Wagga Wagga that Captain Slaughter decimated.|
|11||11||"The Star Pup"||Tom Ruegger and Earl Kress||November 22, 1986||333–242|
|Three Marx Brothers-esque dogs come to the pound and find the Star Pup, a special puppy with a heart-shaped marking. When it seems to be revealed as Nose Marie, she has to go and help other puppies. Meanwhile, Captain Slaughter looks for the Star Pup.|
|12||12||"Happy Howlidays"||Charles M. Howell, IV and Earl Kress||November 29, 1986||333–243|
|Holly and the puppies lose the pound after Katrina hid overdue bills. With no home for the puppies, it’s up to the help of Zazu to make Katrina reconsider re-opening the pound.|
|13||13||"Ghost Hounders"||Gordon Bressack||December 6, 1986||333–244|
|When the Terrible Terrier haunts Holly's Puppy Pound, the Pound Puppies turn to Biff Barker, a famous dog actor from a well-known TV series, "Ghost Hounders", for help.|
In this season, with the exception of the final 3 episodes, episodes are now split into 2 11-minute segments.
|Title||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|14||1||"Whopper Gets the Point"|
"The Bird Dog"
|Earl Kress and Tom Ruegger |
Wayne Kaatz and Tom Ruegger
|September 26, 1987||334–221|
| Whopper learns that not all shots are painful.|
Bright Eyes saves an injured baby bird from Catgut.
|15||2||"Tail of the Pup"|
|October 3, 1987||334–223|
| The Pound Puppies meet a puppy whose tail can't wag.|
Whopper becomes in charge while Cooler and Nose Marie are gone.
|16||3||"Tuffy Gets Fluffy"|
"Casey, Come Home"
|Troy Schmidt and John K. Ludin|
|October 10, 1987||334–234|
| The Pound Puppies are in for a surprise after a dirty dog becomes clean.|
The Pound Puppies embark on a dangerous adventure to return a lost puppy to his owners.
|17||4||"Where Do Puppies Come From?"|
"Pups on the Loose"
Mary Jo Ludin
|October 17, 1987||334–235|
| The Pound Puppies meet Parents-to-Be Lucy and Rusty, so, Whopper and Bright Eyes want to know where Puppies come from.|
The Pound Puppies try to figure out a way to stop Lucy and Rusty's pups from fighting.
|18||5||"The Invisible Friend"|
"Kid in the Doghouse"
Haskell Barkin, Earl Krees, and Tom Ruegger
|October 24, 1987||334–237|
| The Pound Puppies meet a puppy named Buddy, who has an imaginary friend named "Bob".|
A lost kid named Jerry wants stay with the Pound Puppies, but the Pound Puppies want to find Jerry a new home, as Jerry said that he wants to be adopted.
|19||6||"Little Big Dog / The Bright Eyes Mob"||Little Big Dog: Earl Kress and Cliff Roberts|
The Bright Eyes Mob: George Atkins and Tom Ruegger
|October 31, 1987||334–236|
Little Big Dog: Nose Marie rescues a Small-as-a-Mouse puppy from Catgut and has grown attached to him, and Yes. He becomes a Giant.
The Bright Eyes Mob: Bright Eyes meets a group of tough dogs and does their dirty work, making the public mistake her as a wanted criminal.
|20||7||"Good Night, Sweet Pups / The Rescue|
|Good Night, Sweet Pups: Paul Dini and John K. Ludin|
The Rescue Pups: Mary Jo Ludin
|November 7, 1987||334–238|
Good Night, Sweet Pups: Whopper must conquer his fear of the dark after numerous nightmares.
The Rescue Pups: A girl runs away from home after mom refuses to let her adopt a puppy.Absent: Holly
|21||8||"Nose Marie Day / Snow Puppies"||Nose Marie Day: Haskell Barkin, John K. Ludin, and Tom Ruegger|
Snow Puppies: George Atkins and Earl Kress
|November 14, 1987||334–240|
Nose Marie Day: The Pound Puppies invent a holiday dedicated to Nose Marie.
Snow Puppies: The Pound Puppies journey to the arctic and a high-speed chase through the snow ensues thanks to Katrina Stoneheart.
|22||9||"Where's the Fire? / The Wonderful World of Whopper"||Where's the Fire?: Paul Dini|
The Wonderful World of Whopper: George Atkins and Earl Kress
|November 21, 1987||334–239|
Where's the Fire?: The Pound Puppies meets Sparky, a retriever who wants to be a fire-dog, but Whopper tries to change Sparky's Personality.
'The Wonderful World of Whopper: Whopper helps a puppy snap out of her persistent boredom.
|23||10||"Bright Lights, Bright Eyes / Dog and|
|Bright Lights, Bright Eyes: Haskell Barkin, John K. Ludin, and Tom Ruegger|
Dog and Caterpillar: Earl Kress, Tom Ruegger, and John K. Ludin
|November 28, 1987||334–241|
Bright Lights, Bright Eyes: The Pound Puppies enters Bright Eyes at a Pet Talent Show.
Dog and Caterpillar: Whopper befriends a young caterpillar.
|24||11||"Garbage Night: The Musical"||Wayne Kaatz, Tom Ruegger, and John K. Ludin||December 5, 1987||334–242|
|In the only musical episode ever produced, The Pound Puppies must reform a group of dogs who eat nothing but junk-food every day.|
|25||12||"Peter Pup"||Wayne Kaatz, John K. Ludin, Tom Ruegger, and Kristina Mazzotti||December 12, 1987||334–243|
|After Whopper and Bright Eyes accidentally break a TV, Holly reads them a story about a puppy who lies (Whopper), an evil queen (Katrina), a magical land, and Peter Pup (Cooler) himself, in which the pups participate in an adventure of their own.|
|26||13||"Cooler, Come Back"||Mary Jo Ludin, Tom Ruegger, and John K. Ludin||December 19, 1987||334–244|
|Cooler is kidnapped by Katrina, taken to a dog pound somewhere in the USA, and meets a stubborn dog who refuses to be adopted while his friends try desperately to find him.|
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