|Voiced by||Eliza Guttman|
|Species||Dog (Canis lupus familiaris)|
|Occupation||Top-Dog-in-Chief of the Pound Puppies|
|Affiliation||Pound Puppies (headquarters), D7|
|First Appearance||The General|
|Additional Appearances||King of the Heap|
The Really Weird Dog
Hail to the Chief
All Bark and Little Bite
The Pupple's Court
Dolly looks like a stereotypical poodle. She mainly has pink fur, but some of it is light baby powder pink. Her eyes are a darker pink with three black eyelashes on each eyelid and has a black nose. She has a perm that connects to her ears. On each ear she wears two bows, one purple, the other blue. She has the light baby powder pink fur around her neck, on her rear, tufts of it on her ankles, and on the tip of her tail, in a round-like shape. Unlike regular Pound Puppies, she has a turquoise hexagon gem stone on her red collar.
When she first arrived at Shelter 17 (In "The General"), she tasked the Pound Puppies to get 66 puppies adopted, and acted very feminine and manipulative, using her looks to get the male dogs to do things for her. Cookie later confronted Dolly about this, but Dolly responded by saying it was how she motivated others. Delorse then offered to help make Cookie more feminine. Three days later; Cookie, all dolled up and acting ladylike, ended up taking the act too far and disrupting their adoption scheme. Dismayed, Dolly admitted to Cookie that she was wrong to try and change the boxer, convincing her to return to her old attitude in time to save the adoption scheme. Before departing, Dolly gave Cookie a simple bow as a way of reminding the other dogs of her femininity.
In "The Really Weird Dog", Dolly was promoted to "top dog-in-chief", and contacted Shelter 17 to alert them of Rover's arrival. However, a malfunction in communications prevented her from telling them what kind of animal Rover was.
In "Hot Dawg!", she sent Pound Puppy Antonio to work at Shelter 17, in the hopes that Lucky and his team would be able to put an end to Antonio's "discipline problem" of getting romantically involved with female agents.
Lucky from a bull. She made all three of them official "Pound Puppies in training".
- Dolly appears to be a Grenadian breed of dog, Despite this, her original nation is from Grenada.