An offbeat claymation comedy series by Aardman Animations, the studio behind "Wallace & Gromit". The series consists of ten-minute episodes following a group of anthropomorphic plasticene dogs and their surreal adventures. The first series originally aired during Christmas 1998, with a second series in 2001.
Upon returning home, Rex finds that his kitchen has been overtaken by a mouse. Despite the best efforts of Bob and Wendy's boxing friend, they fail to overcome him. He tells them that he is Rex's long lost abandoned mouse, and subsequently is squashed by Vince's elaborately planned mechanism. Rex realises that the mouse is an imposter, and they celebrate his death.
Wendy gets a date with a handsome dog, who is also called Rex.
A new garden centre is opening, and Bob needs a new shed. But it is run by an alien plantpot called Gordon.
Bob needs to lose weight. Conventional methods don't seem to work, but does Dr Dogg have a solution?
Out of boredom, Vince, Wendy, Rex and Bob join the army, after watching a TV ad. Bob and Rex are discharged, but Bob becomes upset and retreats to his shed, where he works on a 'hairdryer', which is actually an invisibility gun when he tests it on Rex. Meanwhile, Vince is promoted to General, and Wendy is awarded a medal. The nuclear strike button is in front of him, and he presses it, triggering a war with France.At home, Bob and Rex discover farting cures invisibility. Faced with the prospect of an actual war, Wendy leaves the army, and the army comes looking. Bob fools them, and passes off as Wendy, and is sent to fight. After failing to live up to his dream, Bob regrets participating, and the war is called off.
A planet in outer space believes that Rex is their hero Rocket Raymond.
Dr Dogg clones Vince. The new clones team up and chase Dr. Dogg away with plastic forks. Nothing can stop them now.
Wendy gets a Nobel Peace Prize nomination for her truth serum.
Bad Bob steals Rex's food creations and enters them in an exhibition.
Bad Bob joins a not-so-bad gang.
With Rex on holiday, Bob is left in charge of production, but can his choice for the scar character, Wayne the Zebra fulfil expectations?