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World Wide Woof is a running gag from the show that is the series equivalent to the Twilight Bark from the original movie.
It is used to communicate messages through long distance howling, which is being repeated along the way by dogs who hear it.
Unfortunately, during the two-part season 1 finale, "The De Vil Wears Puppies", the users Delilah and Doug failed to use it properly, due to Cruella De Vil and Hunter De Vil interfering by blowing a dog whistle.
List of Episode Uses
NOTE: The unnamed dogs will not count, unless named dogs are not a part of the gag.
- Episode 4: "Who the Dog Do You Think You Are?" (Debut) (User: Clarissa) (Howlers: Mostly fancy dogs)
- Episode 5: "Walkies on the Wild Side" (Users: Dylan and Fergus) (Howlers: Hansel, Snowball, Arabella, Godfrey)
- Episode 6: "May Contain Nuts" (User: Dylan) (Howlers: Dalmatian pups)
- Episode 7: "Winter Funderland" (User: Dolly) (Howlers: Godfrey, Hansel, Roxy, Snowball)
- Episode 16: "The Nose Job Part 2" (Twice) (User: Dylan) (Howlers: Boris, Bull, Hansel, Snowball, Diesel, Godfrey, dalmatian pups)
- Episode 24: "The Dog House" (User: Delilah) (Howlers: Godfrey, Hansel, Snowball, Roxy)
- Episode 27: "Long Tongue Day" (User: Godfrey) (Howlers: Hansel, Roxy, Snowball)
- Episodes 29-30: "London, We Have a Problem" (Twice) (Users: Dolly and Dylan (Part 1), Dorothy (Part 2)) (Howlers: Godfrey, Portia, Spencer (Part 1), Hansel, Godfrey, Arabella, Snowball (Part 2))
- Episode 38: "Ride Along" (Cameo) (User: Snowball) (Howlers: Random dogs)
- Episode 41: "Balancing Act" (Users: Dylan and Dawkins) (Howlers: Snowball, Roxy, Hansel)
- Episode 49: "Dante's Inferno" (Users: Dawkins and Dorothy) (Howlers: Snowball, Hansel)
- Episode 51: "The De Vil Wears Puppies Part 1" (Users: Delilah and Doug) (Howler: Failed to communicate to dogs, Godfrey heard it, but due to the dog whistle, he couldn't howl)
- In the episode "Long Tongue Day", Big Fee is shown on screen, but isn't sending the message as the others do. This is probably because she's not a dog.
- The pups in "May Contain Nuts" are barking instead of howling for the World Wide Woof, but still count as they are barking to it.
- Same thing for the random dogs in "Ride Along".
- Some dubs of the episode "London, We Have a Problem Part 2" would have Dorothy howling out the system.