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Five dogs make music and share life together in their clubhouse.

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Raggs learns directions so he can earn his Puppy Patrol Club badge; B. Max has to make a cake.
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Raggs and the band create a new poster for the band; the dogs make puppets and put on a Cinderpaws puppet show.
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Raggs accidentally vacuums B. Max's special flowers; B. Max invents the Gardenscope 2000.
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Pido can't stop dancing on Doggy Dancing Day; the dogs help Trilby rehearse for her starring role in a play.
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Raggs hears noises and needs help getting back to sleep; Razzles wants to wish on a shooting star.
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B. Max must decide what to bring to Puppy Preschool Opposite Show and Tell Day; opposite game.
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Razzles plans for a day at the beach; the dogs surprise Pido with a beach party.
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B. Max makes Grandma Fluffy a birthday present out of shapes; a treasure map disappears.
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Pido can't decide on a pet; Trilby must care for a goldfish.
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Raggs is bummed after breaking his new airplane, but his friends show him that old toys can be fun, too; Razzles invents a happy dance.
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Trilby must choose the transportation to visit Grandpa Pooch; B. Max and his teddy host a rocket ship trip to the moon.
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Razzles gets carried away with safety gear; Pido doesn't play safely with his teddy.
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Raggs does everything too quickly, while B. Max wants to find a way to go faster for the doggy races.
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Everyone helps Pido find alternative summer activities when he breaks his surfboard; Trilby wants to enter a summer art show.
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Everybody's off to the beach, but Raggs puts on the wrong clothes; Razzles can't decide what to wear to the dress-up party.
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The dogs help Trilby stop sucking her thumb; B. Max invents a Habitmaster.
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Razzles is upset that she hasn't grown as much as the others on the puppy growth chart; Pido grows too many tomatoes.
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Raggs wants to get a big present for Billy the Bat's birthday; Pido wants to create a big backdrop for the music show.
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Storm clouds interrupt Pido's surfing, so the others make an indoor sun to cheer him up; Razzles learns how to be safe in the sun.
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Ragg finds a lost puppy and returns him to his real family; dogs accidentally damage a special hat.
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Raggs' dreams keep him awake; Pido can't sleep because he's excited about the Tail-Chasing Championships.

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