In early Peanuts strips, Charlie Brown was not Snoopy’s proprietor (as found in the Barrel Racing Mandala Bedding Set February 2, 1951, strip), and it was at first not clear who his real proprietor was. The September 29, 1951 strip suggested that Snoopy was claimed by Shermy.
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Lila was Snoopy’s proprietor before Charlie Brown. Snoopy visits her in the film Snoopy, Come Home and battles to conclude whether to remain with Charlie Brown or return to Lila. Lila in the long run persuades him to leave Charlie Brown so he can live with her once more. Be that as it may, after showing up at her living arrangement, Snoopy is thrilled to see a “NO DOGS ALLOWED” sign, and comes back to live with Charlie Brown. Peppermint Patty regularly alludes to Snoopy as an “entertaining looking child with a major nose”, ignorant that he is a beagle. In one case, she has him fill in as her lawyer for a situation including the school clothing standard. In the March 21, 1974, strip, Marcie discloses to Peppermint Patty that Snoopy is a beagle, at long last bringing about her understanding his actual character. Snoopy fills in as Peppermint Patty’s guard dog a few times. She is one of only a handful hardly any young ladies who doesn’t get appalled subsequent to being kissed by him. Like Lucy, Sally couldn’t care less that much for Snoopy and frequently considers him an inept beagle. Sally for the most part whines when her elder sibling requests that her feed Snoopy at whatever point he is away from home.
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Charlie Brown was first depicted as being answerable for Snoopy in the portions of November 1 and 3, 1955; it was not until September 1, 1958, that Snoopy was explicitly said to be Charlie Brown’s pooch. (In the September 20, 1980 strip, Charlie Brown remarks that he once advised Snoopy to “remain” and “he never returned home.”) Snoopy every now and again attempts to kiss Lucy on the cheek and additionally nose, which Lucy, who fears hound germs, altogether despises. These activities incidentally bring about Lucy harming Snoopy. In spite of their contention toward one another, each appears to think about the other: in Snoopy, Come Home, Lucy is tragic to see him go and is (quickly) happy when he returns home. In certain strips, Lucy goes to Snoopy for help, for example, in the April 16, 1961 strip, wherein a desirous Lucy and Frieda are pummeling each other at Schroeder’s piano, Lucy winds up winning, and warmly greets Snoopy at last, looking somewhat harmed. Snoopy additionally enlisted Lucy’s mental stall either in her nonappearance or when she winds up being the one requiring help.