He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown
Studio: Bill Melendez Productions Release Date : February 14, 1968 Series: Peanuts

Cumulative rating:
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Associated Studio(s)

United Feature Syndicate


Snoopy needs to learn discipline! Charlie Brown sends him to the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm to relearn what it means to be a properly behaved dog. On his way to the farm, Snoopy is supposed to stay at Peppermint Patty's house temporarily. Unfortunately, Snoopy ends up overstaying his welcome at and ends up learn the consequences of his actions.


Charlie Brown
(Voice: Peter Robbins)
(Voice: Jose Cuauhtemoc "Bill" Melendez)
Lucy Van Pelt
(Voice: Sally Dryer)
Linus Van Pelt
(Voice: Christopher "Chris" Shea)
Peppermint Patty
(Voice: Gail DeFaria)
(Voice: Glen Mendelson)
(Voice: Ann Altieri)
(Voice: Lisa DeFaria)


Nominated for the Emmy Award: Outstanding Children's Program



Clips Used In:

Happy Birthday, Charlie Brown (Snoopy on the lamb dancing to Schroeder's piano playing is used in this special.)

Contains Reused Animation from:

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown


  • Last Peanuts special to feature the majority of the original voice actors from "A Charlie Brown Christmas"


United States

Snoopy Double Feature Vol. 2: He's Your Dog / It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown)

CED Disc

United States

A Charlie Brown Festival Volume 2

Laserdisc (CAV)

United States

He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown / It's Flash Beagle, Charlie Brown


United States

Peanuts 1960's Collection
He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown

United Kingdom

Peanuts 1960's Collection

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 25:05
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Color Type: Color
Negative Type: 35mm
Original Country: United States
Original Language: English
Print Type: 35mm
Sound Type: Mono

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From TibbyH :

One of the first Peanuts cartoons to have a story more so focused around Snoopy than Charlie Brown, and it's pretty great. Snoopy is usually a character who lives in his fantasies and rarely receives repercussion for his actions, but this time he goes a bit too far and Charlie Brown has to send him back to the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm for obedience training. It's also interesting to see that while the Peanuts gang get annoyed by Snoopy to no end, they can't help but miss him when he's gone. That's just how pets are: they can get under your skin, but you love them all the same. I'll admit that this is probably the weakest 60s Peanuts special. The concept is great, but it kinda goes underutilized and Snoopy can be a bit unlikable at times. Regardless it's a fun special with the usual marks of quality from this period, and you can never go wrong with a Peanuts cartoon in my opinion.
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