Spike the Bulldog from Tom and Jerry?

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Spike the Bulldog from Tom and Jerry was created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. He does not like cats but he does have a good attitude towards mice. He eventually has a son named Tyke in the cartoon. Spike is portrayed as a dumb bulldog who becomes Jerry's unwitting protector. He is one of the few characters that has no actor to give voice credit to because he has never said anything in the cartoons.
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In 1949's Love That Pup, Spike was given a puppy son,
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Spike and his son Tyke .
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The name wasn't used often, but I belive it offically became Spike eventually. However, I belive I remember a few older cartoons where it was Butch instead.
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Spike is an English bulldog. Also referred to as Butch and Kille
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