Banking on the success of Muppet Babies, studio execs decided to breath some life into Scooby-Doo by portraying them as super young children.  Don Messick and Casey Kasem return as Scooby & Shaggy, while Freddy, for the first time, is voiced by someone other than Frank Welker.

What I loved about this show is that it returned the gang to figuring out more localized mysteries within their neighbourhood. Gone are the trips to China, Australia, and Alaska, and instead we have a switch to nearby ‘Encyclopedia Brown’ level crimes that can only be accessed by bikes (with training wheels) or a big-wheel three wheeler.

Ran September 10, 1988 to September 1, 1990 (half hour)
Music by John Deloney. Produced by Tom Ruegger, (first season) and, Lane Raichert (second season).

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo - Season Two - 1989 - 1990

Episode NumberEpisode Name
89001Curse of the Collar
89002The Return of Commander Cool
89003The Spirit of Rock and Roll
89004Chickstein Lives
89005Night of the Living Burger
89006The Computer Walks Among Us
89007Dog Gone Scooby Doo
89008Terror, Thy Name is Zombo
89009Night of the Boogey Biker
89010Dawn of the Spooky Shuttle Scare
89011Wrestling Maniacs
89012Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece
89013Mayhem of the Moving Mollusk

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo - Season Two - 1989 - 1990

Episode NumberEpisode Name
89001Curse of the Collar
89002The Return of Commander Cool
89003The Spirit of Rock and Roll
89004Chickstein Lives
89005Night of the Living Burger
89006The Computer Walks Among Us
89007Dog Gone Scooby Doo
89008Terror, Thy Name is Zombo
89009Night of the Boogey Biker
89010Dawn of the Spooky Shuttle Scare
89011Wrestling Maniacs
89012Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece
89013Mayhem of the Moving Mollusk

Voices:

Scooby: Don Messick
Shaggy: Casey Kasem
Freddy: Carl Stevens
Velma: Christina Lange
Red Herring: Scott Menville
Daphne: Kellie Martin