The Dogcatcher is the quaternary antagonist (replacing the Stray Dogs in the climax) of Disney's 1955 film Lady and the Tramp, and the secondary antagonist in its 2001 sequel film. In the original film, he was introduced as the tertiary antagonist, but this was outranked by Si and Am, the true tertiary villains. He is voiced by Lee Millar in the first film and Jeff Bennett in the second one.
Lady and the Tramp
Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure
He was seen with Buster and the other junkyard dogs trying to throw his hat around. At first, it looked like he captured Buster; however, he escaped and got the best of him. Later, he caught Reggie after he was chasing Scamp and Angel. Eventually, due to Buster's actions, he captured Scamp without a collar and took him to the pound. In the end, he was defeated by Angel.
In one of the Disney adventure comics, he also ended up getting arrested when, while trying to hunt down Scamp and Angel, he accidentally put his net on a bunch of wigs at a wig shop and on its owner.
Characters: Lady | Tramp | Jock | Trusty | Aunt Sarah | Si and Am | Jim Dear | Darling | Jim Jr. | Tony | Joe | Policeman | Professor | The Dogcatcher | Stray Dogs | Al the Alligator | Hyena | Mr. Busy | The Rat | Peg | Bull | Toughy | Boris | Pedro | Dachsie | Scamp | Angel | Annette, Danielle and Collette | Buster | Reggie | Francois | Sparky | Mooch | Ruby | Scratchy
Songs: Bella Notte | Jock's Song | What is a Baby? | La La Lu | The Siamese Cat Song | He's a Tramp | Welcome Home | World Without Fences | Junkyard Society Rag | I Didn't Know That I Could Feel This Way | Always There