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Stray Dogs
Background information
Feature films Lady and the Tramp
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Actor
Actress
Animators
Voice Mel Blanc
Dee Bradley Baker
Frank Welker
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration
Awards
Character information
Other names Alfred, Ford and Rufus (in an early script)
Personality Mean, devilish, tough, vicious, scary
Appearance 1 slender gray spitz mix, 2 tan and brown mongrel dogs
Occupation Stray dogs
Alignment
Alignment Bad
Affiliations
Goal To kill Lady (all failed)
Home New Haven, Connecticut
Friends
Enemies Lady, Tramp
Minions
Likes Chasing Lady
Dislikes Tramp interfering
Powers and abilities Barks, growls, roars
Weapons Teeth, claws
Fate Run off yelping after being defeated by Tramp.
Typical Saying
The Stray Dogs are minor antagonists in Lady and the Tramp. They were originally voiced by Mel Blanc.

Role in the filmEdit

They are first seen chasing Lady, who is wearing a muzzle on her face. They corner her in an alley, but Tramp steps in and saves Lady by fighting off the stray dogs. They eventually run off yelping and are not seen throughout the rest of the film.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The Stray Dogs' names weren't mentioned, but in the art gallery their names were Alfred, Ford and Rufus.
  • The Stray Dogs also take on the role as the Man's hunting dogs in Bambi, where Bambi rescues Faline from a pack of hunting dogs, which is what Tramp did to save Lady from a pack of stray dogs, eventually defeating them.
    • This growling sound that means "silence!"
    • In addition, the barking sounds used for the Stray Dogs were the tough same ones used for the hunting dogs.

See alsoEdit

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