Mad Dog left the room, but later heard a crashing upstairs. Although little of Mad Dog's personality is showcased in his relatively brief screentime, Mad Dog is shown to be extremely abusive and highly domineering towards Bunny. He forced Kitty to leave town as well. He is a brown anthropomorphic dog/pimp who took Bunny away from Kitty to be his lover/prostitute. It was because of him that the Kitty believed all dogs were evil. Mad Dog This caused a great bump in his relationship with Bunny, who unenthusiastically went about the day thinking about nothing but her friend. Most of the creatures Courage, Eustace and Muriel face are scary or creepy, but they also can be sweet or in distress. At the end of the episode, his rocket already crash landed on an unnamed planet, as he opens the door and is then petrified, finding out that all the dogs (including Courage's parents, and the same dogs seen on the milk carton's "Missing" advertisement at the beginning of the episode) have survived, which meant that his breeding experiment to see that normal dogs would breed space dogs has failed. When Muriel and Eustace discover his breeding experiment, his rocket and his true nature, as well as attempt to rescue Courage, he decides that Muriel and Eustace have seen too much, and that he cannot allow his operation and research to be discovered and exposed to the public. Red, Black, Brown 8 seconds to launch, the Cruel Veterinarian tries to nab Courage to throw and trap him in his rocket yet again, but this also backfires as Courage bangs the rocket's door causing him to almost become unconscious, laughing weakly as Courage shoves, locks and traps the Cruel Veterinarian inside the rocket. Occupation Evil-doer The approaching train totalled the car and left Mad Dog for dead on the train's head. Mad Dog is an evil pimp and crime lord who kidnapped Bunny from her girlfriend, Kitty due to jealousy and made her into a prostitute. Despite this, when his owners or friends are in the face of danger, he will stop at nothing to save them, making him easily the bravest and most morally-aligned character throughout the series.Though he is willing to risk his own life to protect Muriel at all costs, his irrationality sometimes causes others to doubt his intuition. https://couragethecowardlydogwebsite.fandom.com/wiki/Mad_dog?oldid=4130. When Kittystarted convincing Bunny to leave Mad Dog, he did what he knew how to do; made her leave town. The term "mad dog" is commonly used to refer to a dog that misbehaves, usually one that has rabies. The fact that the Cruel Veterinarian was the first monster Courage ever faced in his life in spite of being an ordinary human is very fitting, as this may reflect that something with a monstrous appearance is never always evil and that some humans can be wicked and depraved. After Muriel invites her to stay at the house for a while, Courage is desperate to find a way to get rid of her. Its central plot revolves around a somewhat anthropomorphic pink dog named Courage who lives with his owners, Muriel and Eustace Bagge, an elderly, married farming couple in the "Middle of Nowhere" (the fictional town of Nowhere, Kansas). Origin While he is screaming, already distracted from Courage's screaming, Courage then snatches the Cruel Veterinarian's rocket door key from his pocket, unlocks the door and releases and rescues Muriel and Eustace while the Cruel Veterinarian takes off his stethoscope, throwing them to a nearby bin. Unknown Eventually, this struck a nerve with Mad Dog, and he threatened to bury both of them if she kept dwelling on it. Using his secret knowledge of rocket science and aerospace engineering (and based on 2 posters he saw), this has led him to send many dogs into space against their will, including Courage's parents. However, this was only to conceal his true nature, a sadistic, cruel, and insane mad scientist, believing that sending dogs into outer space would breed space dogs. Sexual abuse and harassmentCruel and unusual punishmentsAttempted murderProstitution (possibly from making Bunny his prostitute). He keeps an oversized flower pot in his living room. It was possibly used to torture his victims. Courage knocks over a bucket of bolts and screws, causing the evil vet to slip. Years later, Muriel and Eustace took Courage (still traumatized by the events) to the same vet that kidnapped and launched his parents, after recognizing him from the past, talking to them about speaking to him alone, which was secretly just a façade as he tries to do the same actions that he did to his parents earlier to Courage. Voiced by Type of Villain Afterwards, he tried to comfort her, but she tricked him and attached his collar to the wall so she could leave. Species However, Courage escaped from this fate and was adopted by Muriel. Kill Courage and prevent him for taking away Bunny (all failed). Doberman Unethical experimentationSerial kidnappings. Talk about fancy. Bunny was escaping with a purple dog, so Mad Dog gave chase in his car. Mad Dog Because of this, his romance with his girlfriend Bunny isn't always functional, but he is smooth enough to coax her back into his arms every time. The approaching train totalled the car and left Mad Dog for dead on the train's head. Abusing Bunny. First appearance Alias The Cruel Veterinarian is the overarching antagonist of Courage the Cowardly Dog, serving as the main antagonist of the episode "Remembrance of Courage Past". https://lgbt.wikia.org/wiki/Courage_the_Cowardly_Dog?oldid=48379. It's completely unknown if Mad Dog died afterwards by the impact or if the impact just rendered him dizzy at that moments, but it maybe possible that he eventually fell into the rails, allowing the train to run over him, or that he maybe fell off the train to the sandground, defeated albeit safe. Bunny was escaping with a pink dog, so Mad Dog gave chase in his car. Courage the Cowardly Dog is an American animated horror comedy television series created by John R. Dilworth for Cartoon Network and the eighth of the Cartoon Cartoons. Gangster Goals He almost ran down Bunny when Courage dove through the window and spun the car onto the train tracks. Doberman can be very tough and are often used as guard dogs so, it was a very good choice to make Mad Dog be one. As it reaches 0 seconds, the rocket engines under it ignite and the rocket launches sending the vet into space instead. He is bald and also has a scary beard and eyebrows, and teeth. Abandoned as a puppy, Courage was adopted by Muriel Bagge, a sweet-natured Scottish woman, and her husband, Eustace, a grumpy, greedy farmer who harasses Courage with a large, bright green, bug-eyed mask, while saying, “Ooga Booga Booga!” Courage, Eustace, and Muriel Bagge constantly run into monsters, aliens, demons, mad scientists, zombies, and other perils that Courage must fend off to save his owners. Sadistic Scientist. He captured them, shoved and locked them in a rocket ship launched from his so-called "animal hospital" named "Pets of Tomorrow", and sent them to space as part of his breeding experiment, to see wether normal dogs would breed with space dogs. The brownish-orangish dog came and attack Courage (although this wasn't seen), but Courage hits him on the head to and avoided arrows and bombs (this wasn't seen either). As the Cruel Veterinarian confronts Courage and nabs him again, trying to throw and trap him in his rocket, this backfires when Courage screams into the stethoscope, almost deafening the Cruel Veterinarian, and causing him to scream from the pain. At some point in time, he and Bunny hooked up. In some ways, the Cruel Veterinarian can be considered the Greater-Scope Villain of. Alias Courage the Cowardly Dog A passenger trains approaches and Courage jumps out the car before it gets destroyed Mad Dog is left laughing and presumably utterly broken on the train's diesel-powered steam locomotive while holding the steering wheel. The mask His gang caught her, and they buried her up to her head. Crimes Fearing that the Cruel Veterinarian would send him to space, Courage runs away and is chased in the hospital, running to open the door to his secret lab, but as he tries to open the rocket control room door, the Cruel Veterinarian nabs him with a net as he takes him to the same rocket ship that launched the latter into space, starting the same countdown before, and then throwing him inside and closing and locking the rocket's door. He catches Muriel and Eustace with a net, and briefly explains that they will become the first humans to see [his] secret experiment at work,and claiming that breeding dogs in space is the future of normal dog breeding (with Courage opposing the crazed vet's evil space breeding scheme), before shoving them into the rocket and locking the door to be sent into space to prevent them from interfering with his cruel plan. Being scarred by Mad Dog's actions, Kitty arrived at Courage's house, repeatedly beating him due to being under the notion that all dogs are evil. Afterwards, he tried to comfort her, but she tricked him and attached his collar to the wall so she could leave. Full Name Unknown After they escape to get to the train that Kitty's on, Mad Dog chases both Bunny with his car in an attempt kill her, but Courage dives through the window and spun the car onto the railroad tracks. VeterinarianRocket scientist Gender Bunny was escaping with a purple dog, so Mad Dog gave chase in his car. Hobby The Mask Courage the Cowardly Dog is a FANDOM TV Community. This unusual doctor, who runs his Pets of Tomorrow veterinary hospital, was the man who is responsible for taking away Courage's parents and launching them into space when he was an infant for an experiment (which later failed) and making the latter an orphan, until he was adopted by the kind Muriel Bagge.