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Dylan

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101 Dalmatian Street

Name

Dylan

Gender

Male

Species

Dog (Dalmatian)

Appearances

101 Dalmatian Street

Voice Actor(s)

Josh Brener

Dylan is the male protagonist of the animated series 101 Dalmatian Street. He is one of the eldest among Doug and Delilah's puppies. He is very pedantic and is the responsible one, compared to the adventurous personality of his stepsister, Dolly. Both he and Dolly look after their younger puppy siblings while their parents are busy at work.

From his mother's side, Dylan is a descendant of Pongo and Perdita.

Bio

In an early pilot for 101 Dalmatian Street, Dylan's ears were both black, his head was a more block-like shape, and he looked like an adult. His design then developed to have a more rounded shape to it, looking younger, as well as having one black ear with white spots and one white ear with black spots.

Dylan comes from Delilah's side of the family and is the more responsible one between Dolly and him. He is a major stickler for the rules, which in turn can make him come across as pedantic and a bit of a neat freak. While sometimes anxious, Dylan is very protective of his family, willing to charge into situations he finds scary if any of them are in danger.

Dylan is a huge fan of anything space-related. He dreams about being the first dog on Mars, owns both a "space helmet", moon rocks and a space telescope, imagines himself as a type of space marine when doing the house chores, and gets excited when he mistakes a garden gnome for a martian.

Dylan also loves Paleontology, collecting fossils and having a plush Diplodocus who he calls "Dippy". Dylan is also a fan of the board game PoodleWolf, a canine version of human RPG board games such as Dungeons and Dragons.

Dylan has an ability to write poems. This comes naturally. In one episode, he was looking at the clouds with Dolly and telling her words of his poem. It's uknown, although, was the poem a recent one or not. Dylan has a wish of the others knowing his poems, but he is nervous of crowds, so only with the help of Dolly, Dylan's poem was revealed.

His mother Delilah once said that she wants Dolly to be more like Dylan when she got disappointed in the daughter.

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Trivia

  • Unlike his mother and the rest of his biological siblings, Dylan does not speak with an English accent.
  • In "Walkies on the Wild Side", Dylan learned he has an allergy to cats.
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