Hank’s day begins defending the ranch against a vicious one-eyed robot. After that
exhausting morning, Hank supervises Little Alfred’s fishing trip. That routine expedition
turns into a first-class crisis when Hank reels in more than he bargained for. A vanishing fishhook? Is there hope for Hank, or is it curtains for our hero?
Sally May sings “Sally May’s Lament,” and Hank manages to croon “I Will Never Eat Another Fishhook.”
Someone has been raiding Sally May’s garbage barrels! Hank knows the crime is the work of a notorious gang of raccoons. However, in a tragic case of mistaken identity, Hank takes the heat. Worse, Rip and Snort, the coyote brothers are planning to pull an even bigger job. Hank encounters terrifying
Hear Rip and Snort sing “Oh Boy!” Hank sings “If I’d been your Ma” to Alfred.
Sally May and Loper head off to visit the relatives, leaving Slim in charge of Little Alfred. Hank’s sure trouble will come knocking. First, Slim is struck down with the measles. Then a blizzard hits the ranch, trapping them in the house with no heat or electricity. Somehow, Hank’s got to find a way to get them out of this mess...before they’re snowed in for good!
Hank, Drover, and Alfred join to sing “We’ll Never Pull This Stunt Again.”
When the ranch falls on hard times in the winter, Slim the cowboy decides not to be a burden. Slim packs up and hits the road in search of another job. Hank and Drover hitch a ride, thinking they’re headed for town. Are they going to Canada? Are those penguins by the road? Will Hank have to get a new job as Head of Chicken Security?
Hank and Drover find themselves stuck on Slim’s porch in the cold. That’s when they sing “We’re Freezing Our Tails.” You’ll even get to hear Slim sing his “Song of the Road.”
There’s a new dog on the ranch, and Hank is none too thrilled about it. Hank’s supposed to keep an eye on Jake the Birddog ‘til his owner shows up. Jake has other plans. Jake needs to get to Madagascar before someone makes off with his treasure! As if Hank doesn’t have enough worries, there’s also a saddle thief on the loose. Is Jake in cahoots with the robber? Are there monkeys under the toolshed?
Rip and Snort sing “The Coyote Howl-Up-the-Sun Song.” Hank belts out, “I’m Trapped in Madagascar.”
There’s a raging rottweiler named Bruiser loose on the ranch, and it’s up to Hank to teach this visiting pooch some manners. It’s rumored that Bruiser is all talk and no action. However, when he attacks a defenseless fawn, Hank’s not so sure. Does Hank have what it takes to put this crazy canine in his place? Or are Hank’s dog days numbered?
Hank and Drover sing the “Let Us in the House Song.” Later, Drover sings an educational piece called, “It’s Not Smart to Show Your Hiney to a Bear.”
When Hank finds himself up against Rip and Snort, the coyote brothers, he knows he has to do something fast. Hank unleashes his secret weapon, the Deadly Ha-Ha Game. The plan seems to work like a charm, but then Hank and his sidekick Drover find that even they cannot resist the lure of this deadly game. What happens next is no laughing matter! Is there such a thing as too much laughter?
Hank tries to teach Drover a lesson by singing him the song, “Be a Winner."
Hank the Cowdog is having a string of rotten luck. First, he accidentally gets trapped in a cattle trailer and ends up stranded in town. Then, the dogcatcher picks him up and locks him in a cage! However, fate turns around when he meets up with Dogpound Ralph. The two dogs break free and strike out on the adventure of a lifetime. Suddenly, life just couldn’t be any better. Or could it?
Hank and Ralph sing “The Fling Song.” Also, Hank hears a tree-full of big black birds sing a “Buzzard Chant.”
Suspicious sounds coming from near the clothesline, leads to a midnight investigation of the ranch. Before he knows it, Hank finds himself caught up with his old friend Eddy the Rac—and face-to-face with one of a dog’s greatest enemies: the dreaded Laundry Monster! Or is it just Eddy the Rac up to his old
Hear a rooster crow up the sun in “Thus Spake J.T. Cluck” and Hank sings, “Trudy, Trudy, What a Beauty!” to a visiting cocker spaniel.
On the first day of quail season Plato, the Bird Dog, is missing. At first, Hank is willing to let him stay lost. But when Beulah pleads for help, Hank caves in and takes off in search of Plato. Before he can catch a scent of the spotted bird dog, he finds himself face-to-face with an angry mother hog and her litter. Can
Hank’s quick wits help him out of this fix? Or will he become hog meat?
Slim sings “Hunting for Bird Dogs” and “Jerky Symphony in Nothing Flat.”