Lady and the Tramp Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure
Lee Millar ( Lady and the Tramp) Jeff Bennett ( Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure)
Don Knotts (Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure)
Bumbling, incompetent, bossy, deceptive, obnoxious, grumpy, callous, aggressive, treacherous, clever, harsh, evil, relentless, testy, hot-headed, envious, diligent, outlandish, greedy, cantankerous, ambitious, thoughtless, careless, hot-tempered, erratic and rowdy
Slender man, white shirt with tie, olive vest and cap, blue pants, brown shoes (Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure)
To capture the Junkyard Dogs, especially Tramp, Scamp and Angel (failed)
New England, USA
Lady, Tramp, Jock, Trusty, Scamp, Angel, Buster, Junkyard Dogs, Reggie
Capturing the dogs
Dogs getting the best of him
Powers and abilities
Stopped by Jock and Trusy. (Lady and the Tramp)
Defeated in the pound by Angel. (Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure)
"Let go! Let go!", You little mutt! I'll lock you in the pound, I swear it!"
is the minor antagonist of Disney's 1955 film
Lady and the Tramp
, and the primary antagonist in its 2001 sequel film.
He is voiced by Lee Millar in first movie and Jeff Bennett in the second movie.
Lady and the Tramp Edit
The Dogcatcher in the first film.
In the first film, Aunt Sarah called him to get Tramp and take him away. In the end, he is stopped by Jock and Trusty.
Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure Edit
He was seen with
Buster and the other junkyard dogs trying to throw his hat around. At first, it looked like he captured Buster; however, Buster escaped and got the best of him. Later, the Dogcatcher caught Reggie after he was chasing Scamp and Angel. Eventually, due to Buster's actions, he captured Scamp without a collar, having him sent to the pound. In the end, he was defeated by Angel.
In one of the Disney adventure comics, he also ended up arrested when, while trying to hunt down Scamp and Angel, accidentally put his dog-catching net on a bunch of wigs at a wig shop and on the wig shop owner.