Created by Tony Barnes and airing in the UK, Spain and France (where it was known as ''Dr Globule'') from 1994 to 1998, this revolved around an undead MadScientist living in Transylvania called Dr Zitbag, who, after getting fired from a pet shop for low sales, opened up his own in a HauntedCastle, where he is aided by skeletal talking dog Horrifido. The series followed him as he concocted money-making schemes, tried to avoid the long arm of malicious policeman Officer Deadbeat and attempted to impress the attractive vampiric Exosisters.

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!!Dr Zitbag's Transylvania Pet Shop contains examples of:

* CatchPhrase: "Great Galloping Globules!"
** "Trap door, Horrifido!" "I thought you'd never ask!"
* ChristmasEpisode: 'Happy Mishmash'
* ComicBookAdaptation: British comic ''The Buster'' adapted the series.
* DemBones: Horrifido, and a few other skeletons in Transylvania
* DemonicPossession: Parodied in "Terror in Transylvania" when Zitbag is possessed by Jessus and forced to do good deeds around town.
* DerangedAnimation
* DirtyCop: Officer Deadbeat is definitely not a nice law enforcer.
* DrunkOnMilk: In "Bride of Horrifido" Zitbag and Horrifido get drunk on lemonade and Horrifido is shown waking up with a hangover.
* EmptyShell: Zombunny
* ExpositoryThemeTune: More like an Advertising Theme Tune really.
* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: Again, Zombunny.
* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods: Zitbag has an assisstant called 'Frankenoctopus', an octopus crossed with FrankensteinsMonster.
* FanDisservice: In "From Transylvania with Love", Zitbag performing a striptease to seduce Natasha (which works).
* {{Flashback}}: Zitbag has a flashback ''machine''.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: One episode is called "Bluebald".
** In "Terror in Transylvania" Sinista shows some blink-and-you'll-miss-it side boob as she and Bimbella disrobe before taking a bath.
** The Exorsisters' cousins from "Cranksgiving Chaos" are named Slagella and Tartella.
** In "Happy Mishmash" the Exorsisters are shown sleeping naked.
* HalloweenTown / {{Uberwald}}: Transylvania is portrayed as this.
* HopeSpot: At the end of "Time is Big Money" Zitbag successfully frames Professor Vermin for stealing the money, but is then suddenly arrested by time police for his messing with time throughout the episode.
* HumiliationConga: Zitbag usually faces one in the end of each episode.
* HyperCompetentSidekick: Horrifido and surprisingly, Zombunny.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zitbag can be one. For example, he offered customers a half-price voucher [[spoiler: after doubling the prices first.]]
* LargeHam: Zitbag, definitely.
* LosingYourHead: Deadbeat has no neck.
* MistakenForMurderer: In "Bride of Horrifido" when Zitbag accidentally blows up the castle and Horrifido disappears, Zitbag is suspected of killing him.
* MonsterMash
* NonHumanSidekick: Despite the fact that barely any of the characters are technically human, Horrifido and Zombunny fill this role.
* NoodleIncident: In "Happy Mishmash" Officer Deadbeat introduces his new son, Damian 2. Whatever happened to Damian 1 is never explained.
* NowWhichOneWasThatVoice: The credits list only 3 voice actors and none of the characters they voice.
* OffModel: In "Terror in Transylvania" even before the muscle growth, the Exorsisters' chests are [[GagBoobs a bit larger than they usually are]].
* OnlySaneMan: Horrifido
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Horrifido starts out as a ghost (a pair of floating eyes) before Zitbag finds his bones. There are ghosts around Transylvania, which are almost all [[BedsheetGhost floating bedsheets]].
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: The Exorsisters are vampires, but can go out in sunlight and seem to have tentacles for feet.
* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: In "Time is Big Money" the combination to the Exorsisters' safe is 1 right, 2 right and 3 right.
* {{Pirate}}: Recurring characters Short John Sliver and his [[PirateParrot parrot]].
* PolarOppositeTwins: The Exorsisters: the one with a green streak is sweet, the one with a purple streak is grumpy.
* PunnyName: The Exorsisters, Horrifido... there are tonnes.
* TheRival: Professor Sherman Vermin to Zitbag, both in science and for the Exorsisters' affections.
* SinisterSchnoz: Both Zitbag and Deadbeat.
* SmugSnake: Deadbeat. Zitbag is hardly any better.
* SoapOperaRapidAgingSyndrome: Officer Deadbeat's son Damian went from an infant to a prepubescent between "Happy Horridays" and "Son of Zitbag".
* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: In a town full of monsters, an undead, bow-tie-wearing creature wants more out of life, so, along with his pet ghost dog, he turns something that should be innocent into something horrific. [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Sound familiar?]]
* TemporaryBulkChange: In "Terror in Transylvania" Zombunny and the Exorsisters become hugely muscular after Zitbag's slimming formula goes wrong.
* TheAntichrist: Parodied with Jessus.
* TheyCalledMeMad: Zitbag often says this during his experiments.
* TwinThreesomeFantasy: The Exorsisters.
* TyopOnTheCover: "Cranksgiving Chaos" is spelled "Cranskgiving Chaos" on the title card.
* UnfortunateNames: 'Dr Zitbag'? Really?
* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Zitbag, so very much.
* VegetarianVampire: The Exorsisters, [[DependingOnTheWriter usually]]. They gladly wolfed down raw meat when their aunt told them they couldn't have their share of the family fortune if they didn't, and they were shown eating cooked meat in "Terror in Transylvania".
* VerbalTic: The Exorsisters pronounce Zitbag's first name as "Sid-a-ney".
* Creator/WilliamShakespeare: Parodied as a headless ghost called 'William Waggledagger'.
* WouldHitAGirl: In "Zlotys Galore" Zitbag bonks a siren hard on the head after she insults him.
* YouFailGeographyForever: Definitely how the series portrays Transylvania is this. Especially when there's a ''jungle'' in that region.
* YouKeepUsingThatWord: In "Bride of Horrifido" Zitbag is accused of accidental murder, rather than the proper term for it; manslaughter.
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