It's a Dog's Life
Studio: Games Animation Release Date : December 3, 1994 Series: Ren and Stimpy

Cumulative rating:
(2 ratings submitted)

Associated Studio(s)

Wang Film Productions


Ren and Stimpy are about to be put to sleep in the gas chamber, until a kindly old lady decides to adopt them. Unfortunately, she proves to be extremely ignorant about how she treats her pets. She tries to exorcise them for scratching up a sofa and wiping their butts on the carpet, feeds them enormous food balls that Stimpy chokes on (and the lady sprays them with a hose for it), takes the two to an animal clinic, and finally makes them sleep in the yard. When Ren discovers that the yard is actually a cemetery for the lady's deceased animals, he and Stimpy stage an escape. However, a police officer finds the two and wants them to be taken back to either their owner or the pound. When they get back, they find that she has died from lead poisoning...and her will stipulates that her pets join her in the afterlife.


Ren Höek
(Voice: Billy West)
Stimpson J. "Stimpy" Cat
(Voice: Billy West)



Ken Bruce


Tom McGrath


John Kricfalusi

Background Color Design

Scott Wills


James Louis "Jim" Gomez-Garneau
Robert Frank "Bob" Camp

Music Sources

Johnson, Laurence "Laurie" : "Happy-Go-Lively "


Nickelodeon (Original broadcast network)


Ren and Stimpy (Season 4, Episode 7)


United States

The Ren and Stimpy Show Seasons Three and a Half-ish

Technical Specifications

Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Original Country: United States
Original Language: English
Print Type: Video (NTSC)

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