Poochini wakes to the sound of the White family driving off without him. Left in the house by himself Poochini falls prey to bouts of paranoia. He believes he's been abandoned forever by the family he loves. Can Poochini survive alone or will he slowly go insane? Happily, Billy returns in the nick of time and Poochini and The Whites are reunited again.
Walter is proudly toasting the ultimate symbol of his suburban success and accomplishment - the perfect lawn - when a tunneling gopher shows up. Walter and Billy set out to eradicate the unwanted guest, enlisting Poochini to help them hunt down the rodent. But Poochini makes fast friends with this furry fellow.
An innocent trip to the pet store for dog food turns into an unpleasant prank on Poochini when Billy decides to get Poochini a dog cone instead. Billy promptly sets about getting the most fun out of the cone at Poochini's expense. With Billy in hot pursuit and the cone's grip tight on Poochini's neck, the chase leads to a star-bursting head-on conclusion.
Giving a squeaky cheese toy to Poochini becomes an exercise in action and reaction once Billy sees that Poochini thinks the toy is alive. The game is on as Billy taunts and terrorizes poor Poochini until he is finally cornered and forced to confront his fear of the chatty cheddar.
A paranoid mailwoman mistakenly thinks Poochini is an aggressive, out of control dog and refuses to deliver Walter's cheese-of-the-month package. Wendy summons a New Age dog trainer who promises to rid Poochini of his so-called aggressive tendencies in a holistic and natural way. Can Poochini be cured? Will Walter have all the cheese he can eat?
Nevermind that it's only October, the first snowfall of the season means one thing to Walter: it's time to show Billy and Poochini how real men cut down a Christmas tree! Earth-friendly Wendy is against harming a poor, defenseless tree, and sits this one out in the car.
Dee Bradley Baker
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