7 dogs that look like a real-life Scooby Doo

Jan 9, 2017 at 11:20 a.m. ET
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Are there Scooby Doo look-alike contests out there in the world? If so, these dogs should enter and take home all of the prizes. Not only are these Great Danes the same breed as the beloved cartoon character, but they also have that special je ne sais quoi that is Scooby.

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It's impossible to look at these guys without without cracking a smile.

1. Scooby in transit

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It's Scooby! It's Scooby Doo, and he's all buckled up ready to solve some supernatural mystery. Velma probably took this photo. Actually, you're right, it was most likely Daphne. She seems like she'd be into Instagram.

2. Successful Scooby

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This picture was taken after Scooby and Shaggy made the big bucks on their reality TV show. Their days now include lots of lounging, lots of boats and lots of photos of the whole adventure.

3. Classic Scooby

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Here's the Scooby we know and love. Tongue out, tail wagging, ready to jump for joy and solve a mystery or three.

4. Sleeping Scooby

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Aww, he's all tuckered out from a day of mystery solving and Shaggy banter.

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5. Scooby on an adventure

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Here we have Scooby on location, solving the great mystery of the supernatural creature in the rocks. He's ready to go, folks. (Also, he looks quite dashing, no?)

6. Scooby the Great

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This photo was taken from Scooby's promo for his latest show. He was going for the "sophisticated canine" look, and it works. Mainly, everything works on Scooby.

7. Serious Scooby

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Scooby is thinking about Scooby snacks in this photo, and he asks that you don't bother him.

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Originally published July 2014. Updated January 2017.

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