Western Animation: The Secret Files of The Spy Dogs
The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs (1998-1999) was an animated television series, which lasted for 22 episodes. According to this series, dogs are just as effective with their hands and are much smarter than humans are. All dogs are members of a spy agency that does good.
There was, however, an episode focused on the dogs' efforts to gather enough money to fund the building of (yet) another moon to replace the previous one after it was unknowingly punctured by an astronaut sticking a flag pole on it.
Travel Cool, including lots and lots of cool planes. One transforms from a bunch of garbage into a rocket powered aircraft. Catastrophe's tail transforms into a pogo stick or a segway, depending on the situation.
Stuff Blowing Up: Almost every episode. If there's a spydog vehicle in an episode, it will usually be destroyed, captured, or out of control by the end of the episode.
Rule of Empathy: the fun invincible heroes lose only by not stopping Catastrophe's escape, and the antagonists are sympathetic enough that the spydogs find a nonviolent solution. Catastrophe lost his tail as part of his origin story.
You Will Be Assimilated: "Catastrophe" tries this with corrupt flea dip in episode DNA, but it gets reversed. Catastophe is temporarily turned into a dog.
Stuff Blowing Up: For example, in "B.A.R.K", a military unit of spydogs uses plastic explosive to demolish a flimsy staircase, and replace it just in time. They use a Kill Sat to topple a human skateboarder. They self-defeatingly send him flying past the person that they were trying to protect; the principal deflects him with her character shields. They use a folding bridge to help the principal over a crack in a sidewalk, uselessly making it larger with a mortar first. They also use a Sniper Rifle and a rocket propelled grenade to clear garbage and a ketchup truck from the principal's path. They lay waste to the city, and the human driver of the truck barely escapes.