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What to know: GT's great racing is threatened when Strut "borrows" GT's lucky charm.
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GT's great racing is threatened when Strut "borrows" GT's lucky charm. Dash is given the honor of being a race announcer, but he's terrified of public speaking. Lyon Smith, Stacey Depass, Den Petronijevic, Joris Jarsky, Hadley kay, Peter Cugno, Terry McGurrin, Peter Cugno, Ron Pardo, Joseph Motiki
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Kids enjoyed this. Some asked immediately afterwards to watch it again. Kids really like the dogs and the race cars. "The main characters in both shows don't treat other people very well. In the first one, he tricks his friends, and in the second one he thinks he is better than everybody else." "The music in the first episode is kind of rock and roll and I like that." "I like the voices and drawings." "I learned not to lie and if you win something you still have to practice to be good, no matter what." The children sat quietly and watched both episodes. They laughed at some parts and danced a little to others. They seemed to really grasp the morals of the stories.

Good animation for preschoolers; colorful and the action is fun. The story lines are interesting and teach positive lessons about friendship. The story centers around the friendships of the dogs and they provide good role models for kids. Issues such as telling the truth and being humble are addressed and resolved. The characters are sensitive and helpful to one another. The first story teaches the importance of honesty. When a hurt foot gets Strut a lot of attention, he faces the decision of whether or not to let the others know when he has recovered and lose all the pampering. In the second story, Clutch learns the lesson of humility and he realizes that even good athletes need to practice.

Featuring two episodes from Qubo's Turbo Dogs. In the first, Strut is pampered following an injury, so he decides to make the most of the situation. In "A Star Turn," Clutch's celebrity status begins to interfere with his driving practice.

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Western Animation / Turbo Dogs


Clockwise beginning top: Dash, Clutch, Stinkbert, GT, Mags, and Strut

Turbo Dogs is a Canadian/New Zealander animated Preschool Show based on the children's picture book Racer Dogs by kids' author Bob Kolar. It was produced by Canada's CCI Entertainment (previously known for such series as Eckhart, Erky Perky, and Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs) and New Zealand's Huhu Studios.

Set in a World of Funny Animals, Turbo Dogs follows six canine friends - Dash, Mags, GT, Strut, Stinkbert, and Clutch - who have earned their eponymous collective title due to their reputation as the fastest dogs around. Whether it be around their hometown of Racerville or at the local vehicle track, the Turbo Dogs are all united by their love of racing vehicles at high speeds. And as they work together to withhold their reputations as racers and find things to do around their favorite hangout spots, the Turbo Dogs learn important lessons about friendship, teamwork, and good sportsmanship.

The show ran for a single season of 26 episodes between October 3, 2008 and May 4, 2011. It aired on CBC Kids in Canada and Qubo in the United States.

Turbo Dogs provides examples of:

  • An Aesop: The series is full of morals that kids might pick up on from watching the series, usually themed around stuff relevant to the characters' love of vehicle racing, like teamwork and sportsmanship.
  • All-CGI Cartoon: Done entirely in 3D animation, in contrast to the original book's paper cutout-style 2D illustrations, which are distinctive of Bob Kolar's work.
  • Animated Adaptation: Of Bob Kolar's book Racer Dogs.
  • Expository Theme Tune: The show's theme song "Let's Go, Turbo Dogs!" explains all you need to know about the show.
  • Five-Man Band: The six Turbo Dogs neatly form such a group.
    • The Leader: Dash plays this role, being a Nice Guy with a fiercely competitive spirit, a strong sense of fair play, and a big Number 1 on his uniform that clearly signifies his position on the team.
    • The Lancer: Strut, in contrast to Dash, will do anything to win even if it means taking shortcuts or breaking the rules, even though the results backfire on him more often than not.
    • The Smart Guy: GT, a natural-born inventor and mechanic who can fix just about any car and "could probably make an engine out of a leash and some empty dog food cans".
    • The Big Guy: Stinkbert, who is infamous for his terrible odor and love of garbage, but makes up for it with his relaxed attitude and culinary talents.
    • The Chick: Mags is the only female member of the Turbo Dogs, known for her calm and confident attitude, as well as her tendency of play voice of reason when things go awry.
    • Sixth Ranger: Clutch, the klutzy best friend of Strut who is often haplessly dragged into his win-quickly-and-easily schemes.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: All of the dogs wear clothes.
  • The Engineer: GT is this for the Turbo Dogs.
  • The Klutz: Clutch is known for his clumsiness.
  • The Pigpen: Stinkbert, as his name suggests isn't the cleanest guy around, especially given his love for garbage.
  • Sliding Scale of Animal Communication: In this show, only dogs can talk.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Mags is the only female in the group.
  • Stealth Pun: One of the show's recuring characters was a chicken that crossed the road, a play on the "Why did the chicken cross the road?" joke.
  • World of Funny Animals: All the characters are anthropomorphic animals.
  • You Need a Breath Mint:
    • The episode "Turbo Toothache" has GT eating part of an onion in an attempt to soothe his sore tooth. After that doesn't work, Strut comes along and asks him to open his mouth so he can see what's wrong. You can see where this is going.
    • Earlier in "Stink Positive", Stinkbert blows up a balloon and gives it to Dash, advising him not to let it pop. Dash quickly plugs his nose and groans, saying he "wouldn't dream of it."

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Turbo Dogs - Fair Play

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