Honors and awards
kind, good-hearted, friendly, fatherly, mature, responsible, protective, loving, caring, understanding, somewhat sarcastic, brave, testy, easily aggravated, frustrated, relaxed, social, very wise, rational, inspirational, informative, coolheaded
Muscular brown dog, green pants, red shoes
To find Chanticleer and save the farm and learn to tie his shoes (succeded)
Chanticleer, Edmond, Snipes, Peepers, Goldie
Grand Duke of Owls, Hunch, Pinky, Owl Minions, Frog Bouncers
His friends, Edmond's courage, driving
Bunions, not tying his shoes, danger, The Grand Duke, dog food, being scolded by Carface, being told to be quiet by the Grand Duke of Owls
Powers and abilities
He finally learns to tie his shoes and celebrates with his friends.
He helps Doris Deer get home and celebrates her and Peter Possum's wedding.
"You know something? Tying shoes is harder than trying dog food." "I'm trying to tie these doggone shoes."
Patou is both the deuteragonist and the narrator of Rock-a-Doodle. He was voiced by Phil Harris in his last film role before his retirement and his death in 1995.
Patou is a basset hound and a good friend to both Chanticleer and Edmond and the narrator character of the story. He despises the Grand Duke and is dedicated to Edmond's cause to bring Chanticleer back home. He's brave and reasonable, but somewhat temperamental. His endeavour to find Chanticleer is hampered by the fact that he does not know how to tie his shoes (which he wears because of bunions). However, in the end, thanks to Edmond's help earlier, he finally figures out how to tie them right.
Role in Film Edit
Patou worried with the other animals