Droopy is an anthropomorphic white basset hound created by Tex Avery during his time at animation studio MGM. He made his debut in the 1943 cartoon Dumb-Hounded.
In the late 1940s, Butch Dog became Droopy’s main rival. In many of the cartoons starring Droopy, Butch was an outspoken villain, often cheating for Droopy’s benefit and with his attempts to even murder him while making fun of the weak and poor, he assumed the Basset Hound was despite his attempts to argue with him.
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Droopy Dog is a white basset hound that often has a pathetic expression and was originally featured in 1940’s Tex Avery shorts. He appeared alongside his son in the Tom & Jerry Kids and was the main character in Droopy: Master Detective.
Huckleberry “Huck” Hound is a fictional cartoon character, a blue anthropomorphic coonhound who speaks with a drawl in a North Carolina southern tone. He made his debut on The Huckleberry Hound Show.
His catchphrases include “Hello you happy people” and “You know what? This is driving me insane!” In the Northwest Hounded Police cartoon, Droopy’s last name was specified as “McPoodle”.