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- Beta Couple: He and Perdita to Roger and Anita. ...Or vice versa.
- Demoted to Extra: In the TV series
- Henpecked Husband: in the episode, "Splishing and Splashing".
- Inner Monologue
- The Matchmaker: To Roger and Anita.
- Papa Wolf
- Shipper on Deck: Subverted; although he actively works as matchmaker for Roger and Anita, he doesn't specifically ship them, he just wants Roger to end up with somebody.
- Beta Couple: She and Pongo to their humans. ...Or vice versa.
- Brainless Beauty: Missis
- Composite Character: Missis was Pongo's wife in the books. Perdita was another dog to nurse the puppies. The movies and TV series made them one character (Perdita)
- Demoted to Extra: In the TV series.
- Ill Girl: How Perdita is found in the book.
- Mama Bear
- Badass Adorable: In the TV show.
- Born Lucky
- Disney Death: Has one immediately after being born, which gives him his name.
- The Hero: In the series.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: In 101 Dalmatians: The Series, Lucky is Spinelli
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He can be a huge dick sometimes but he truly cares about his family and friends.
- Large Ham: Has his moments in the TV series
- Meaningful Name: The spots on his back are arranged in a "lucky" horseshoe pattern.
- The Runt At the End: In the 1961 and 1996 movies.
- Small Name, Big Ego
- Berserk Button: Don't mess with food in front of him in the animated series, or call him fat.
- Big Eater
- Catch Phrase: "I'm Hungry, mother" in the movies, and "Oh, papa!" and "Are you calling me fat?" in the TV series.
- Flanderization: In the books, he was only pudgy and not a big eater. In the movies, he becomes a big eater, and in the TV series, he's pretty much Obsessed with Food.
- The Lancer: In the episode "Dog's Best Friend" Lucky calls him his best friend.
- Ascended Extra: In the 2003 direct-to-video sequel of the 1961 animated movie
- The Big Guy: In the books and the TV series, where he's more muscular than the other puppies.
- Ensemble Darkhorse: Pretty much any merchandise of the film (not counting the live-action movies) has him on it.
- What Could Have Been: In the TV series, he was originally going to be one of the main puppies, but was demoted to extra due to Disney's fear of having too many major characters.
- Daddy's Girl
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Some fans say she's this for Cadpig in the 1961 animated movie and 2003 sequel.
- What Could Have Been: She was going to appear in the TV series as one of the main pups, along with Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly, Spot, and Patch, but then Disney/Jumbo Pictures thought they'd have too many main characters. Unlike Patch, who became a minor pup, Penny never appeared.
- Viewer Gender Confusion: The only scene where she's addressed by name is in a group scene, leaving some fans to think she was male. However, she is confirmed to be female.
- Canon Immigrant: He was introduced in the 1996 live-action movie and was later added to the TV series.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: In the TV series, he's Chuckie Finster
- Potty Failure: All. The. Time
- Those Two Guys: With Dipstick in the TV show.
- A Day in the Limelight
- Canon Immigrant: She was introduced in the 1996 live-action movie and was later added to the TV series and the 2003 animated sequel.
- Ensemble Darkhorse: In the TV series.
- Green Eyes: Only in the TV show. In the 1996 live-action movie, she has brown eyes like the rest of the puppies.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: In the TV series she wears an earring, which raises the question of why her owners would get her pierced.
- Tara Strong: In the animated series and for a brief scene in the 2003 sequel.
- The Ace
- Canon Foreigner: He only appears in the TV series.
- Character Development: He starts out as a cocky, kiss-up to Lt. Pug. In "Lucky All-Star", these traits start to fade. It seems zig-zagged throughout the series, but this is mainly due to the mess-up with the airing order.
- Handicapped Badass: He's the most athletic of the pups...and he only has three legs.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: He's the first voice of Arnold.
- The Rival: To Lucky.
Cruella De Vil
- Complete Monster
- The Cruella: Trope namer
- Fur and Loathing
- Hey, It's That Voice!: In the 1961 film, she was Francis Albacore. In TV series and CD-ROM from 1997, she was Miss Finster, and in the 2000 CD-ROM of 102 Dalmatians, the 102 Dalmatians soundtrack, and the 2003 animated sequel, she was Wanda
- Large Ham
- Mad Libs Catchphrase: "Memo to myself..." in the TV series.
- Nightmare Fuel: ...try not to think about her motives a little too hard in the franchise, m`kay?
- Rich Bitch
- Villain Decay: In the TV series, her only goal is to get the Dearly's off the farm because it's her land, which is nothing compared to how she wants to kill the puppies and make them into a fur coat in the other versions of the franchise. This however, seems to be the result of Moral Guardians not wanting a vicious puppy killer on a saturday morning cartoon.
- A Day in the Limelight: In the episode "Walk a Mile in My Tracks".
- Canon Foreigner: He only appears in the series.
- The Napoleon
- The Scrappy: He'd be a good addition to the show if he wasn't so goddamn annoying and pointless.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: He'll flip out over crazy ideas.
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