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Exclusive “Pound Puppies” Clip from Season 3 Premiere

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The Hub Network has provided Toonzone with an exclusive video clip and still from “Cuddle Up Buttercup,” the second episode of Season 3 of Pound Puppies:

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Pound Puppies Season 3 Premiere "Cuddle Up Buttercup"

Pound Puppies season 3 will premiere with a raft of other season and series premieres on the Hub on Saturday, June 1, 2013. Pound Puppies premieres at 9:00 AM (ET) with back-to-back episodes (“Working K-9 to 5” and “Cuddle Up Buttercup”). Official loglines for the two episodes follow:

Ep 301 “Working K-9 to 5” – Dolores has to prove to her editor-in-chief dad that she is responsible enough to adopt a pup, so she becomes a delivery girl for his newspaper. The Pound Puppies investigate why her deliveries are so late, so they can match her to her perfect pup.

Ep 302 “Cuddle Up Buttercup” – An adorable pup named Buttercup looks so much like the latest toy sensation, Cuddle Up Buttercup, that kids think that she is the toy come to life. The Pound Puppies scramble to find her perfect person before she gets nabbed.

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