Watch A Pup Named Scooby Doo

A Pup named Scooby Doo is an off shoot of the popular cartoon Scooby Doo Where are You? This cartoon was very popular in the 80s and 90s. It is one of the popular "kids version" of shows that became very popular in that time frame. Other shows around that time similar to this show were Tom and Jerry Kids and The Flintsones Kids.

A Pup Named Scooby Doo follows a very similar framework as the popular Scooby Doo Where are You. The gang, including Shaggy, Velma, Daphnie, and Freddie, go about solving mysteries through their crime solving agency, Mystery Inc. These episodes are from a different perspective however, as all of the characters are kids, and Scooby Doo is still a puppy.

Warner Bros.
3 Seasons, 22 Episodes
September 10, 1988
Animation & Cartoons
Cast: Mark L. Taylor, Casey Kasem, Don Messick, Kellie Martin
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A Pup Named Scooby Doo Full Episode Guide

  • When the Coolsville Wrestling Federation seems to be haunted, Carol Colossal calls on Shaggy and company for help. Scooby and his pals prove their skills in a ghostly match.

  • By eating 462 boxes of cereal, Scooby and Shaggy win a contest to be the first to ride a new roller coaster at Jipner's Joyland amusement park. But the gang feels cheated when they arrive and discover the park closed and abandoned. They soon learn the reason for the closure--a terrifying ghost clown, Zombo, haunts the park!

  • Dejected because no one will play with him one rainy day, Scooby runs away from home. A sad Shaggy convinces the kids to search for his missing friend, but someone evidently wants Scooby for his own purposes. With Scooby lost in a rough part of town, the gang races against time and a rival to rescue the errant canine.

  • Velma is suspected of theft when items from other kids' lockers are found in her locker. The Scooby-Doo Detective Agency investigates and soon discovers the real culprit--an award-winning robot that Velma designed and built for her science club!

  • Mr. O'Greasy, the sleazy proprietor of fast-food emporium O'Greasy's Bucket O' Restaurant, enlists the aid of the Scooby-Doo gang to catch the Living Burger, who attempts to put the restaurant out of business. Since O'Greasy sponsors the kids' favorite TV horror program, Scooby and the gang agree to help. But the difficult mission grows worse when a fighting Scooby and Shaggy refuse to speak to each other.

  • Freddy's dream of writing for his favorite newspaper, the National Exaggerator, may come true when his Uncle Eddie buys the tabloid. But Freddy's dream quickly transforms into a nightmare for the Scooby-Doo gang when someone masquerading as the fearsome "Chickenstein Monster" threatens to destroy the newspaper.

  • When the ghost of a singer who disappeared over 30 years ago haunts Daphne's favorite rock star, Buddy Chilner, the Scooby-Doo Detective Agency gets involved. The spirit resents anyone singing his songs--especially Buddy. Buddy's career will be ruined unless the kids unmask the phantom.

  • While dressed as his comic book idol, superhero Commander Cool, Shaggy receives a blow on the head and believes he actually is the fictional character. With Scooby as his sidekick, Mellow Mutt, Shaggy and the kids investigate an "alien" who's been sabotaging the Colossal Toy Company, where "Commander Cool" action figures are made.

  • For a Scooby-Doo birthday reunion, the kids join Mommy and Daddy Doo and the Doo puppies, Scoobert, Rooby, Howdy and Skilly, at the Knittingham Puppy Farm. There, Scooby is presented with a family heirloom, a jeweled dog collar. But the gift comes with the family curse--pursuit by the Dogcatcher Ghost, who seeks the collar for himself!

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