To live a life of leisure in Las Vegas (formerly)
To get home to Las Vegas and get revenge on Rocky (succeeded) To return back to the farm (succeeded)
Las Vegas (formerly)
(former owner), Daisy (wife), His 6 children
Daisy, Raffles, Max, Lem, Clem, Duke, Eddie, Count, Sparky, Champ, Mugsy, Queenie, Bruno, Fifi, Gigi, Jose', the two Vegas poodles, Connie, Cal, and Danny
, his mob boss, the Rooster and his wife (formerly), and the Wolves
Gambling, chasing girls, watching stage shows, winning bones, and Las Vegas (formerly), Daisy, spending time with his children and his friends
Rocky, landing intro trouble, getting caught by Rocky, being framed for killing Cal's turkey by the wolves, being locked in the shed by Cal, rolling a pair of snake-eyes, country life (formerly), danger
His teeth, His fists
Begins missing life on the farm after returning to Las Vegas and decides to return back to Cal's farm where he becomes the husband of Daisy and a father of six puppies
"No respect. No respect at all."
Rover Dangerfield is the titular main protagonist of the 1991 animated comedy film of the same name. He is a smooth-talking basset hound who was raised by his owner, Connie, a Las Vegas showgirl. But when her jealous boyfriend, Rocky throws him over the Hoover Dam, Rover ends up in a farm where he meets a boy named Danny and a beautiful collie named, Daisy.
Role in the film
Connie (former owner): TBA
Daisy (girlfriend and later wife): TBA
Eddie (best friend): TBA
Chester the Rooster: TBA
"I guess that's my trouble, no class. I looked up my family tree, two dogs were using it!"
"He throws a stick, you run and get it, you bring it back and he throws it again! I don't get it! I mean, what's the point?"
"If they want exercise, let them run and get it."
"I tell ya, the way I see it, you probably won't be around after Christmas!”
"I'll never dampen your holidays!"
"That one is for the three little pigs!"