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These are the recurring characters outside of the Dalmatian family seen in 101 Dalmatian Street.

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     Clarissa Corgi 
Voiced by: Harriet Carmichael
A rich Corgi and one of the Dalmatians' neighbors.

  • And Now You Must Marry Me: Tricks Dylan into signing a marraige certificate when she thinks he's royalty. Despite her being an adult and Dylan being (at most) a teenager.
  • Catchphrase Insult: She's not afraid to call her neighbours "Ruff raff" at any given opportunity.
  • Dreadful Musician
  • Gold Digger: She only showed interest in knowing and wanting to marry Dylan when she thought he was royalty.
  • It's All About Me
  • Jerkass
  • Laser-Guided Karma:
    • In the episode segment "Flea-Mageddon", Clarissa's attempt of getting rid of the Dalmatians via a flea-infested space rock ends up backfiring as she gets infected by the fleas (as well as receiving a fur shave from her owner).
    • In "The Dog House", Clarissa frames the Dalmatians for attacking her Human (when really it was her using a Hose on him and placing a thorny bush under him) in order to get Pest Control called on them. When the Dalmatians & Doctor Dave convince the Pest Control team it was just a false alarm, an outraged Clarissa chases after the team, barking at them to do some thing about the Dalmatians. This in turn makes Pest Control think she has gone rabid and leads to her being taken in herself.
  • Let Us Never Speak of This Again: When she finds out Dylan isn't related to royalty after all, she's immediately disgusted that she almost married him and leaves, saying this.
  • Rich Bitch: Both figuratively and literally.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Connections!: According to Pearl, Clarissa and her human, Hugo, have connections to Lord Nincompoop on the Camden Council. This explains why they are allowed to build a large "observation platform", which blocks the Dalmatian family's view of the royal carriage.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis
  • Spoiled Brat: She doesn't act like a typical one, but she's still rude to the Dalmatians and has a human who does everything but chew for her.
  • Starter Villain: She was the show's main antagonist before Hunter shows up midway through the first series.

     Fergus the Fox 
Voiced by: Conor MacNeill
A fox.

Voiced by: Doc Brown
A squirrel with an obsession for nuts.

  • Jerkass Ball: In "May Contain Nuts", he took advantage of Dolly's request to teach her some of his acrobatic moves by tricking her into helping him steal nuts from a shop.
  • Mad Eye: One of his eyes has a pink outline while the other doesn't.
  • Terrible Trio: With Fergus and Big Fee.

     Big Fee 
Voiced by: Aimee Ffion-Edwards
A female rat with pink hair and flower 'tattoos'. Seen to live and joke with Sid and Ferguson.

  • Gasshole: At the end of "Long Tongue Day" she deliberately farts in the pool, with no regard for anyone else in it.
  • The Pig Pen: In "Long Tongue Day" she gets in the pool with the others, contaminating the water with dark sludge, saying it's the first bath she's had in a year.
  • Tattooed Crook: Somehow has multiple tattoos of various flowers.
  • Terrible Trio: With Sid and Fergus.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has hot pink fur fashioned like a haircut.

Voiced by: Rasmus Hardiker
A soft-spoken husky that Dolly has a crush on.

  • Ambiguously Bi: Hansel is entranced with Dolly, when he thinks she comes up with Poems. When Dolly admits that Dylan is the actual poet, Hansel gazes at Dylan in a similar manner as Dolly had with Hansel earlier in the Episode. He has also used his tail to stroke both Dolly & Dylan's chins, in a flirting manner. Show Makers even seem to suggest that, while Dolly has a crush on Hansel, Hansel himself may actually be interested in Dylan!
  • Has a Type: Seems to be entranced with those who are Artistic and speak to his Inner-Wolf.
  • Hipster: He considers Hip-Hop to be too "Main Stream" and chasing cats to be "So cliche".
  • Nice Guy: Hansel is generally one of the nicer side characters and doesn't seem to have a mean bone in his body.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: He's the only character on the show that has colored eyes, rather than black dots like everyone else.
  • Oblivious to Love: When the lovestruck Dolly faceplants in front of him in "Poetry Scam", he notes that that sort of thing happens around him sometimes, then adds that he's not sure why.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: His blue eyes are the number one reason Dolly is attracted to him.


Voiced by: Akiya Henry
A Rottweiler and Dolly's best friend.

One of Dolly's friends. A pomeranian with an Eastern European accent.

  • Big Ol' Eyebrows
  • Oh, No... Not Again!: In "Winter Fun-derland", Roxie uses her like an actual snowball, throwing her at Portia. The nonplussed pomeranian notes that this happens every winter.
  • Running Gag: Her owner dragging her back to him on her retractable leash.

     Pearl Police Horse 
Voiced by: Tameka Empson
A police horse and local cop in and around Dalmatian street.

     Portia Poodle 
Voiced by: Paloma Faith
A vapid goth poodle whom is all about trends. Dylan has a crush on the 'deep and aloof' beauty.

  • Accidental Misnaming: She calls Dylan "Danny".
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: She fell for Dylan the second she saw his new "dark" look, and even moreso when he purposely refrained from stopping her from walking backwards into the canal, and mocked her for it.
    Portia: [lovestruck] My anti-hero...
  • Flash In The Pan Fad: She isn't fazed by Dylan's nerdy space room because 'geek is the new black'.
  • Goth: She brings Dylan to a graveyard for a date. Portia wears a skull beret in her fur and when Dylan gives her a bouquet of roses she screams in fear 'colors!'
  • Hypocritical Humor: She makes a big deal about not caring about anything, but quickly becomes obsessed with Dylan, never wanting to be apart from him.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Becomes this when she takes interest in Dylan.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her fur is black and pink.

Voiced by: Doc Brown
A dachshund and Portia's assistant.

  • Hidden Heart of Gold: He may seem snobbish on the outside but he was decent enough to warn Dylan about the dangers of dating Portia.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Portia. By his own admission, he tends to "go where she goes". He also showed no jealousy over her relationship with Dylan, instead warning Dylan about the "flytrap" he just stepped into.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: According to his Voice, Ben Bailey Smith, Spencer fancies himself as having a certain airs, even though he is very much the sidekick of Portia Poodle.
  • The Stoic: The sight of the Dalmatian house being turned into a winter wonderland leaves him almost impressed.
    Portia: "Spencer never says that."
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has a light blue body.


     Hunter de Vil 
Voiced by: Joshua Le Clair
A boy and the great nephew of Cruella de Vil.

  • The Dragon: It turns out, he is working for his Great Aunt: Cruella!
  • It's Personal: Seems to be tracking down Dalmatians, specifically related to Pongo & Perdita.
  • Made of Iron: Hunter is able to survive falling from the London sky Line, without a parachute, through the roof of a studio, in to a giant pile of jelly, and is none the worse for wear.
  • Spin-Offspring: Similar to how Delilah and her pups are related to Pongo and Perdita, Hunter is related to Cruella de Vil.
  • The Man Behind the Man: Shows that he is this to Cuddles, in "The Nose Job". Subverted, However as "A Date With Destiny...Dallas & Deja Vu" reveals that he too is working for some one, in trying to track down the Dalmatians! And in “London, We Have A Problem”, we find out who it is; his great aunt, Cruella de Vil herself!

Hunter de Vil's cat.

  • Animal Talk: Surprisingly averted, despite the Show focusing on the Animal Characters. Cuddles has not had any actual lines of dialogue, with the closest thing to one being adding -Ouch to Meow ("Me-Owch") in "London, We Have A Problem".
  • Bald of Evil: Is a Sphynx Cat and working for a De Vil.
  • The Dragon: To Hunter.
  • Plot Allergy: Is used as part of one in "The Nose Job", as Dylan isn't allergic to him because he doesn't have any fur.


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