101 Dalmatian Street

TV review by
Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Chaotic puppy antics offer laughs in fast-paced series.

Parents say

age 6+
Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 10+
Based on 3 reviews

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The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Educational Value

The show intends to entertain rather than to educate.

Positive Messages

This series is all about fun -- senseless, mostly inconsequential fun. Slapstick reigns, and potty humor accounts for many laughs. The premise (parent dogs leave their 99 pups mostly to their own devices, which leads to zany adventures) is illogical, and what comes of it is funny, messy, often chaotic. Some teasing and other instances of sibling rivalry. Some stories show the characters banding together to solve problems. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Parents Doug and Delilah are mostly absent from the stories, and babysitters Dylan and Dolly aren’t always up to the task of caring for their many younger siblings. Their contrasting personalities lead to inconsistent rules and little to no consequences for the pups’ misbehavior. 

Violence & Scariness

Some video game-style shooting, as well as crashes, long falls, and other mild peril, but no realistic injuries. 

Sexy Stuff

"Butt," as well as insults like "dumb" and "loser."


The show is inspired by the characters and storyline of 101 Dalmatians and occasionally references the characters from that film.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that 101 Dalmatian Street is an animated series that follows the misadventures of 99 puppies who are the descendants of Perdita and Pongo of the original 101 Dalmatians. Slapstick and absurdity are the primary comedy devices at play in this chaotic show, as the energetic puppies get into all kinds of sticky and messy trouble with little oversight from their parents. Expect a fair amount of potty humor and some teasing and mildly insulting language among siblings, as well as some scenarios that would cause injury in a real-world setting.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Adult Written byUnikittyglitter September 7, 2020


Really great! I just wish there were more episodes *sigh*
Adult Written byspat24 September 4, 2020


This show is the best! As a parent we all know the shows that are annoying! NOT THIS ONE!!!!!!! I CATCH MYSELF LAUGHING.

My son watched every single episode.... Continue reading
Teen, 13 years old Written byjoshuabonifac June 10, 2021

I don’t think this is not for kids

While there’s no inappropriate stuff for this show & it’s TV-Y7 Rating, Dante himself cares about the end of world so much that he talks about it I mean... Continue reading
Kid, 8 years old June 5, 2021

The First Good Show of the 2020s

Everything that came out so far was garbage until this came on Disney XD. This show is awesome. As of June 6 2021, this is the only good 2020s show. Hopefully m... Continue reading

What's the story?

101 DALMATIAN STREET introduces a new generation of black-and-white pups with a penchant for mischief and comical sibling rivalry. The pups' mom, Delilah (voiced by Ella Kenion), is a descendant of the original overextended canine parents, Pongo and Perdita. She and her husband, Doug (Rhashan Stone), have 99 puppies between them, a blended family that ensures there’s never a dull moment in their household. With Mom and Dad’s busy work schedules, it falls to older siblings Dylan (Josh Brener) and Dolly (Michaela Dietz) to wrangle the masses and keep them out of trouble.

Is it any good?

Not surprisingly, given the fact that its stars are a gaggle of puppies, the pace of this comical series is practically hyperactive. There’s constant action on the screen -- puppies are racing, tumbling, and jumping everywhere. It’s loud, it’s chaotic, and more often than not, it’s messy. Add the influence of the neighborhood animal gang, and these pups’ adventures just never stop.

101 Dalmatian Street bears little resemblance to the classic film, but those who’ve seen it will pick up on occasional mentions of Cruella de Vil and other ties to the story’s origins. Your kids won’t learn a ton from the series, but there are laughs to be had as they get to know the plethora of different personalities among the puppies.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about how 101 Dalmatian Street  differentiates among the puppies using dominant personality traits and corresponding physical features. Can you keep them straight? Is it difficult to follow the storyline because the puppies look so much alike? 

  • Kids: Do you enjoy movies and TV shows with animals who talk? Does this show attempt to offer insight into dog behavior, or do the puppies seem more like people than animals? 

  • Do any characters stand out with positive character traits? Is there an obvious leader in the group, or does that role change with the stories? What are some important qualities in a leader? 

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