The Dawg & Bone Show is an American squatch-and-stretch cartoon series that's a parody of the Cartoon Network/Teletoon series, Johnny Test. The series appears in The AnimeLand numerous times as a famous cartoon releasing singles on DVD.
As the show is a combination of Scooby Doo and Johnny Test, the show is about a boy named Dawg and a dog named Bone, along with his twin genius brothers, that go on crazy adventures and mysteries; parodying the comon mystery and adventure scenes for both series.
Dawg: Dawg is the parody of Johnny. They both have the same personality, except he talks with more of a slang accent, like Bone. Such as "This is wickety wack, bro!" He wears a blue sweatshirt, green jeans, black shoes, with a black and yellow hat with the same symbol on Johnny's shirt. Dawg has red hair and blue eyes.
Bone: Bone is a parody of Dukey. Bone is more like Johnny because he is more fun loving, however. Like Dawg, he talks with a strong slang accent. He is supposedly a Great Dane, he has a green studded collar with a blue bone hanging from it, and he has two green studded armbands. He also has an earring on his left ear.
Gary: He is the genderswap of Mary. Gary is one of Dawg's genius brothers. He has a crush on Jil Nexdor.
Sutton: He is the genderswap of Susan. Sutton is one of Dawg's genius brothers. Like Gary, he has a crush on Jil Nexdor.
Jil Nexdor: Jil Nexdor is the genderswap of Gil. Like him, the twins have a crush on her. And her last name references that she lives next door them and she is their unnatainable love interest. Not much else is known about her. She is only mentioned once and is never seen.
- Noah's father mentioned that he first saw the show when he was a teenager of 1985, showing that the show existed within the mid 1980s, which is uncommon because the Ruby Spears' productions all started from the late 1960s to the 1970s.
- Noah states that there still making new episode meaning that the series has a revival.
- The only known episode is when they go zombie hunting after dropping a chemical that brings plants to life at a cemetary.
- Pepper Jack has a DVD disc of a crossover between The Dawg & Bone Show and Mechanimals; stating it features Dawg and Bone in 3D and Ostrichman Prime in 2D for the first time; parodying the Jimmy Timmy Power Hour trilogy on Nickelodeon where Jimmy Neutron and Timmy Turner appear in different animation styles for the first time.