Well these two could pass for the father and son characters.
If you’re familiar with the 1940 “Tom and Jerry” cartoon, then you also know that the famous cat and mouse duo and rivals aren’t the only ones on the show.
Apart from the other cats and the lady of the house, whose only appearance is their feet and legs, there is another duo that has somehow made its way into the hearts of viewers.
This is Spike and Tyke. This father-son team are American Bulldogs who frequently appear in episodes and occasionally stories revolve around them.
Spike is a loving father, usually friendly and affectionate, but will not hesitate to strike a good blow in anger when he needs to protect his son Tyke.
Well, these two could pass for father and son characters. Nothing is known about their relationship, but the way a small puppy sits comfortably next to a large dog shows the real closeness between them.
Metz is a very handsome American Pit Bull. Its shiny coat is dark brown, almost black. His face is typical of his breed. Serious, intimidating, with very keen eyes.
The puppy is in direct opposition to its guardian. Small and white, with a very innocent face full of curiosity and wonder. It’s good to have this huge guy next to him.