Now some people think Bulldogs aren't all that smart.

Tom often tries to get revenge on Spike, so it can be argued that much like Jerry Mouse himself Spike can play both the good guy and the bad guy depending on the cartoon - in general though he is a bully in regards to Tom and threatens bodily harm to the cat, to the point of making Tom fear for his live on numerous occasions.

Spike the Bulldog and Chester the Terrier are animated cartoon characters in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of cartoons. He has gray fur and is wearing dark red clothing. Enjoy! Anyway here are just a few of the countless stories that I've recounted, with more to come. Heroes and villians Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community.

Goals Spike is seen as he was working for Slugworth as an associate but actually working for Willy Wonka.
Friends Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Why Spike? Spike the Bulldog Spike appears in the episode Dog Trouble, as a villain.

Tom, Jerry (sometimes), Butch Cat (formerly), Topsy, Lighting, Meathead, Tin, Pan and Alley, Prince John, Sheriff of Nottingham, Dr. Zin, Mechano, Tuffy (sometimes), Arthur Slugworth, The Giant, Augustus Gloop, Violet Beauregarde, Veruca Salt, Mike Teevee, other enemies Quotes My husband, who was down in the yard, tried to call Spike …

Spike was at the pet shop along with Tyke in the cage when they saw Tom so they start attack him, they got out of the cage and they chase after Tom, along with Butch,Alley Cat and the police cars then Jerry uses The Magic Rings to freezes them in the end they reappear and chase after Tom. I tend to wonder sometimes but usually I think he is intelligent...and just a little bullheaded.

Enemies Spike the Bulldog. This section is what inspired the creation of the Dog Breed Information Center®, starting back in 1998.

I tend to wonder sometimes but usually I think he is intelligent...and just a … He has gray fur and is wearing dark red clothing.

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Tyke (son) Our work is not Public Domain. The guy stopped and started to talk to my daughter, when suddenly this 59-pound mass of muscle came snarling and growling to the rescue. Spike is a burly, gray bulldog who wears a red sweater, a brown bowler hat, and a perpetual scowl.Chester is a Jack Russell terrier who is just the opposite, small and jumpy with yellow fur and brown, perky ears.


Mainly, stories from our dog Spike, an English Bulldog. Contents & Graphics Copyright © Dog Breed Info Center® (C) 1998- var date = new Date(); document.write(date.getFullYear()); . The Material contained herein may not be reproduced without the prior written approval of the author. Why Spike? st Spike the Bulldog's only appearance was in The Jailbird and Jailbunny, during Yosemite Sam's Merrie Melodie, entitled Blow My Stack. Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and his Merry Mouse, Tom and Jerry: In Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Spike has a grudge against Tom, not just because he's a cat, but because whenever they cross paths, Tom …

This section is for just that: stories. Their favorite food formulation is Dry puppy.

In "Quiet Please!"

Spike may not be the smartest pooch in the yard, but what he lacks in brains, he makes up in brawn. Spike along with his Tyke was seen as a security guard at the museum and in the end of the movie they arrest these cats.

In Super Duper Spike: Tyke was upset that Hunk was sick so Spike dressed him to impressive his son.

Mainly, stories from our dog Spike, an English Bulldog.

He comes with papers and is registered with AKC. He saw the guy but was ignoring him. Like most dog owners though, I might be a little partial. Though he is also a protector of sorts towards Jerry, sometimes going as far as being an enforcer of sorts to the mischievous rodent - however there is no denying that Spike is often unjustly cruel towards Tom (a stereotype of dog/cat rivalry) and although he often gives Tom several chances to avoid his wrath he will attack the cat viciously once those chances have been spent and not knowing it was Jerry who was really causing all of the disturbance and trouble had put on himself, his son and Tom and stealing his bones and messing up his son. —Spike. In The Tom and Jerry Show 2014 Spike was no longer allied with Jerry Mouse because he blame him and Tom for ruins Tyke's party but sometimes he allied with Jerry and Tom like they help him to remove his tooth, find his missing bones and makes his birthday party and a cake. Spike was voiced by Michael Donovan in Tom and Jerry Tales who also voices Grey Hulk in The Incredible Hulk, Guile and Zangief in Street Fighter TV series, and Sabretooth in X-Men Evolution. His breeder has started potty training Spike …

Spike the Bulldog (simply known as Spike) is the tritagonist of the animated series Tom and Jerry.

Spike, Dad Though he is also a protector of sorts towards Jerry, sometimes going as far as being an enforcer of sorts to the mischievous rodent - however there is no denying that Spike is often unjustly cruel towards Tom (a stereotype of dog/cat rivalry) and although he often gives Tom … Spike was seen sleeping in his dog house until nuts drops on his head, he grabs Tom hits his head, strangled him then the plane hits him but just about tries attack Tom he blows On Spike until he appears again grabs an axe he thinks he cuts Tom's head then he chase after him before he runs out the the house and flies to Borneo make sure he wasn't get in to trouble from the woman, later he was seen lying in the hammock having a drink until Tom lands on him before Spike tries attack him a car lands on Spike knock on him unconscious.

Spike and his son Tyke was seen as they see an Gnome King taking over Oz until Dorothy save the day. Spike the Bulldog is a minor character who appears in The Looney Tunes Show. Occupation He is shown at the anger management classes sitting down next to Shropshire Slasher. The Looney Tunes Show Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community.

After beating Tom, he is shown having a good time and resting peacefully with Tyke Bulldog along with Jerry the real culprit. Spike is one of 2 English Bulldog puppies whelped and available for sale in his litter.

Spike along with his son Tyke was seen as Robin Hood's Merry Men.

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Spike the Bulldog (simply known as Spike) is the tritagonist of the animated series Tom and Jerry.

Spike the Bulldog He has a somewhat minor friendship with Jerry and is a formidable enemy to Tom, though he is occasionally a rival to both protagonists, as he was in the episode Dog Trouble. Spike can also be friendly with Jerry Mouse and his son when he wants to be and is seen to be a caring father, showing that although a fierce opponent he isn't entirely without merit. Spike Bulldog is a gray rough bulldog that appears in many of Tom and Jerry cartoons. Spikes was at the garden trying to have bone for his dinner until Tom ruins Spike's dinner and began to cry, then he appears again when Jerry took his bone putting into the robot's head Spike destroy the robot he got his bone and went back his house until the robot's hand chops the kennel and the bone until Spike began to cry again then before the end the robot controlled by Spike where he repairs the robot to take revenge on Tom.

Listen pussy cat if I catch you taking my bone again, there's gonna be trouble! With dogs come stories. Jerry, Tom (sometimes) Tuffy, Quacker, Tyke, Spike's Grandmother, Butch Cat, Toodles Galore, Toots, Topys (sometimes), Lightning (sometimes), Meathead (sometimes), Robin Hood, Little John, King Richard, Athena, Race Bannon, Hermione the Cow, Maid Marian, Johnny Quest, Red Fairy, Jack, Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Mammy Two Shoes, Red Hot Riding Hood, Droopy Dog, Screwy Squirrel, Willy Wonka, Dorothy, The Tin Man, The Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion, Slick Wolf, Charlie Bucket, Willy Wonka, Grandpa Joe, other friends