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Voiced by Lauren Tomson
Physical Information
Species Dog (Canis lupus familiaris)
Breed Shiba Inu
Gender Female♀
Personal Information
Occupation Finding Pups Homes (Pound Puppy)
Affiliation Pound Puppies
Current Residence Korea
First Appearance Homeward Pound
Additional Appearances Mutternal Instincts
Hail to the Chief

The Pupple's Court

Ping is the China Pound Puppies' operative.


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Ping is a Shiba Inu. She mainly has Persian orange fur with very pale light beige on her muzzle, moving through her chest and going to her belly, on the inside sides of her hind legs, on her paws (ending in a wave), and on the edges of her short tail. She also has dark orange on her eyelids, eyebrows, eyelashes, and inside of her ear. She has green eyes. Her ears point up, and she has a long snout with a black nose. She has a very short tail that curves inward, and on the edges it has very light beige and curved spikes. She and her fellow Korean operatives, unlike regular Pound Puppies, she has a golden Korean house tag on her red collar.


Ping has a huge tendency to be immature and condescending towards others, especially lower-ranking agents. She is almost always argumentative, ill-tempered, and a drama princess. In "Hail to the Chief", Ping reveals to Lucky, Niblet, and Strudel that the reason she behaves the way she does is because she often feels unable to control her emotions due to her large responsibilities as part of the D7.


Ping first appeared in "Homeward Pound", where she tried to help the Shelter 17 Pound Puppies find Squirt and Niblet.

She next appeared in "Mutternal Instincts", where she attended the D7 summit with her fellow high-ranking Pound Puppies operatives. Later along with the other dogs, helped to save Pupcake.

In "Hail to the Chief", she attended Strudel's award ceremony. However, after Niblet and a pup named Chief disrupted the ceremony, Ping had doubts that Strudel deserved the honor, and tasked her with finding Chief's perfect people (who turned out to the president's daughters). Ping herself joined the pups on their mission.

In "The Pupple's Court", Ping was part of the tribunal judging Lucky.


  • So this is the famous Shelter 17?
  • I don't know who to believe.


  • Despite Ping referring her nation from China multiple times in the show, her dog breed appears to be from Japan.
  • It is shown in "Mutternal Instincts" that she usually drinks from a clay bowl.
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