- In "Decoy for a Dognapper," the perp, Buck Masters, tells the kids to mind their own business. Fred replies, "Catching dognappers is our business. After all, Scooby-Doo is a dog, and we love him very much."
- Earlier, the reactions of the gang—particularly Shaggy—when Scooby is dognapped.
- "Jeepers, It's the Creeper": When Scooby returns the baby chick to its mother and kisses it goodbye.
- "That's Snow Ghost": Shaggy, who has seemingly been turned into a ghost, falls into a pool of water. Instantly, Scooby yelps, "Raggy!" and runs over to pull him out. This dog won't even be in the same town with a spook if he can help it. But if that spook is Shaggy? He ain't scary; he's my best friend.
- Also for Scooby: In "Nowhere to Hyde", when the Ghost of Hyde kidnaps Shaggy, the dog starts looking for him. When he finds Shaggy, Scooby runs over and snatches the table to which Shaggy is tied without spooking once over the Ghost in the room.
- From the same episode, the gang's concern when the ghost kidnaps Shaggy. Scooby wasn't the only one hunting for him and Hyde.
- A minor one in "Spooky Space Kook": The gang meets a creepy farmer who lives near the abandoned air force base, and he seems like an obvious suspect for the episode's titular "Space Kook," but is revealed to be innocent towards the end of the episode. And how is he revealed to be innocent? The farmer shows up at the military base along with the local sheriff—the farmer explains that after seeing the Mystery Machine parked by the base's front gates, he deduced that they went to investigate it and, greatly worried about their safety, went to the police to get help in case the gang was in any kind of danger.
Heartwarming / Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!