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The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs
The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs.jpg
The title card of the series.
Format Animated series
Created by Jim Benton
Voices of Mary Kay Bergman
Jim Cummings
Ami Dolenz
Micky Dolenz
Kath Soucie
Adam West
Country of origin  United States
No. of episodes 22
Running time 30 minutes
Original channel Fox
Original run 1998 – 1999

The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs is a children's animated series, produced by Saban Entertainment, that aired on Fox Kids from 1998 until it was cancelled in 1999. It was about the SpyDogs, a secret organization of dogs, dedicated to protecting mankind from the evils of the world.



All animals can walk on two legs and talk. The first season of The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs used traditional cel animation, but the second season used the digital ink and paint process.


Main operatives

Breed: unknown
Home: unknown
Rank: Chief of the Spydogs

Breed: Mutt
Home: America
Rank: High ranking SpyDog

Breed: Terrier
Home: America
Rank: High ranking SpyDog

  • Scribble voiced by Micky Dolenz)

Breed: Mutt
Home: America
Rank: SpyDog-in-Training

  • Angus

Breed: Scottish Terrier
Home: Scotland
Rank: Technology

Breed: Pit Bull, Boxer, Rottweiler and Doberman
Home: America (originally from Australia)
Rank: Operative

  • BARK squad-S.W.A.T. dogs. They always wear helmets and waistcoats. Their names are Furry (leader), Dallas, Buck and Hatchet

Other operatives

  • Ayanna

Breed: Basenji
Home: India
Rank: Operative

  • Chukchi

Breed: Siberian Husky
Home: Antarctica
Rank: Operative at Ice Station Husky

  • DahgChow

Breed: Chow Chow
Home: China
Rank: Operative

  • Erin

Breed: Irish Setter
Home: Ireland
Rank: Operative


  • Baron Bone: Attempted to corner the market in beef, by luring all the cows in the world with a giant ball of cud.
  • Catastrophe: The arch-nemesis of the Spydogs organization; A cat with mechanical tail, which he was forced to wear because it was bitten off by a dog. He tried to take over the world with an army of mummy cats and Bastet. His metal tail suggests he is a parody of Dr. No, while he is sometimes seen stroking a mouse similar to Ernst Stavro Blofeld's white cat. Voiced by Jim Cummings.
  • Colosatron: Computer that wanted to take over the world. Its name and goal are taken from the film Colossus: The Forbin Project.
  • D'Cell: He tried to steal every new gadget in the world so he would be on the cutting edge of technology.
  • Ernest Anyway: He tried to capture the Loch Ness monster. His name is a parody of writer Ernest Hemingway.
  • Ernst Stavro Blowfish: He took control of all the fast food restaurants in the world, just because he thinks he is evil. Named after Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Voiced by Ben Stein.
  • Maws: Catastrophe's assistant with big teeth, a spoof of Jaws.
  • Mistress Pavlov: She tried to use her hypnotic powers to have the owners of dogs do her bidding.
  • Oatz Couture: She created clothes for dogs that were provoking diseases. Voiced by Ami Dolenz.
  • Porkzilla: He is not really evil. After he drank special potion to grow bigger, he became huge and went to the city to eat, a spoof of Godzilla.
  • Space Slugs: They tried to bury the would in slime to recreate their home world which was destroyed. Also tried to mutate the children of the world into Space Slugs by tainting lunchroom food in schools.
  • Spin Doctors: They put a spell on the TV watchers of the world to make them watch too much television.
  • The Flea nation


Dog tags-communicators

Hydrant-hydrant samurai

Humanesks-androids large enough for one spydog.

Pet Store Plane-planes. Usually used to transport cargo.


  • Bone bomb-bone that explodes
  • Flash bone-big flash that can temporary blind someone
  • Bone phone-telephone

Episode list

Season 1 (1998-1999)

  1. K-9 / Postal
  2. Hair / Homework
  3. Bone / Time
  4. Spin / Earnest
  5. Twilight / Fetch
  6. Small / Water
  7. I.H.R.F. / Oatz
  8. D'Cell / Halfday
  9. Pups / Zero (pre-empted)
  10. Obedience / DoggyLand
  11. Lunch / Iditarod
  12. Porkzilla / Money
  13. Mange / Scribble

Season 2 (1999)

  1. Tusk / Install
  2. Charlie / Automutt
  3. Granny / Founders
  4. Tail / Tomorrow
  5. Howl / Thirteen
  6. Escape / Exposed
  7. Virgil / Bunny
  8. DNA / Santa
  9. B.A.R.K. / Being


  • Behold... the dog. We know him as man's best friend, but... what do we really know? In truth, all dogs belong to a secret organization dedicated to keeping mankind safe from REALLY BAD STUFF. These are their amazing true stories. These are the Secret Files of the Spydogs! (played over opening credits)
  • That's right, ya wee parasites. Run away back to your mothers. Because those are my big, floppy foam hats down there. Ohh... they said it wouldn't work. They said, what are you going to do with expandable big floppy foam hats? Well save the blinkin' world, that's what! They laughed at me when I invented the big floppy foam hat. Well who's laughing now, tell me that? Who's laughing now! HA! HA! HA! - Angus
  • I've devised a plan! It's a crazy plan, but a plan nonetheless!


  • Executive Producers: Daniel Kletzky, Eric S. Rollman, Jim Benton, Michael Hack
  • Based upon characters created by: Jim Benton
  • Producer: Will Meugniot
  • Story Editor: Michael Ryan
  • Character Designer: JIm Benton, John Fang
  • Prop Designers: Marc J. Ratner, Ron Harris, Shannon Eric Denton
  • Layout Designers: Ricardo Abrines, Pat R. Agnasin
  • Storyboard Supervisor & Director: Dave Simons
  • Storyboards: Tate Roman Arambula, Dave Simons, John Conning, Bob Curtis, Bill Dubay, Bob Fuentes, Mike Hedrick, Rick Hoberg, Brian Hogan, Don Jurwich, Marty Murphy, Tom Nesbitt, Norm Quebedeau, Scott Shaw, Keith Tucker, Jim Benton
  • Storyboard Revisionist: Lothell Jones
  • Color Stylist: Jo Meugniot
  • Painted Backgrounds: Kelly Akins
  • Animation Timing Director: Karen Peterson
  • Supervising Director: Philip A. Reynolds
  • Timing Directors: Dora Case, Mark Glamack, Louie Kachivas, Gwen Wetzler
  • Track Reader: Laure A. Wetzler
  • Lip Sync: Erik Jan Peterson
  • Direction Assistant: Robert Nadsady
  • Animation Checker: Joe Dempsey
  • Casting & Voice Director: Jamie Simone
  • Talent Coordinator: Gustavo A. Pablik
  • Dialogue Recordists: David W. Barr, Kevin Newson
  • Executive in Charge of Post Production: Clive H. Mizumoto
  • Sound Operations Director: Xavier Garcia
  • Re-Recording Mixers: Mike Draghi, Mark Ettel, T.A. Moore Jr.
  • ADR Recordists: David W. Barr, Kevin Newson
  • Dialogue Editors: John Garcia, Michael Garcia
  • Sound Effects Editors: Martin Flores, Zoli Osaze, Alan Porzio, Johnnie Valentino
  • Foley Artists: Susan B. Lewis, Kalea L. Morton
  • Audio Assistants: B.C. Celello, Don Sexton
  • Music by: Shuki Levy, Kussa Mahchi
  • Executive in Charge of Music: Ron Kenan
  • Music Supervisor: Andrew R. Muson
  • Music Producers: Dori Amarillo, Glenn Lacey, Jeremy Sweet
  • Music Editors: Barron Abramovitch, Paul Kristan
  • Music Engineer: Dori Amarillo
  • 2nd Music Engineers: Jim Di Julio, Tim Gosselin, Al Lay
  • Music Assistants: Juliana Bolden, Dusty Rabbin, John Sperger
  • Production Manager: Barbara Cordova Manzo
  • Production Coordinator: Kimberly S. Moreau
  • Production Assistant: Darlene A. D'Arezzo
  • Director of Post Production: Dan Laborico
  • Post Production Supervisor: Fifun Amini
  • Post Production Coordinator: Rodney Hoewt
  • Offline Editor: Katina Zinner
  • Assistant Offline Editor: Shawn Logue
  • Online Editors: Howard Stein, Scott Cooper
  • Telecine Colorist: Brian Borne
  • Overseas Supervisor: Cam Drysdale
  • Animation Studio: Dai Won Animation Co. Ltd
  • Executive in Charge of Animation: Dana C. Booton


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