AppearanceBig Paw is a gigantic mongrel puppy with black fur, long shaggy gray hair, silver paws, and a white muzzle. When he was at the adoption bazaar, he had a blue bow tied on his head. During the present day storyline, he now wears a red security guard hat, his hair is combed, and wears a red dog collar with a tag.
Despite his enormous height, Big Paw is kind, gentle and friendly. He is also lonely. Before he met the Pound Puppies, he had no friends. Big Paw won't hesitate to help his friends when they are in danger. He speaks in a deep but gentle voice. It is presumed that he has a child-like personality.
One Millennium later
Until he met the Pound Puppies, Big Paw spent his life wandering through a forest. He agreed to help the Pound Puppies retrieve the Bone of Scone when they told him that he is not ugly. They were able to foil McNasty's scheme and save Puppy Power.
Big Paw Today
Big Paw now guards the Bone of Scone after he was adopted by the curator of the museum. There, he was introduced to Whopper's godchildren.
Like most dogs, Big Paw can dig. He also has a good singing voice. He is also gifted with Puppy Power.
- In Pound Puppies & the Long-Lost Puppy, he is given the name 'Whopper' while the mischief-prone pup is given the name 'Stan'.
- Tony Longo, who provided the voice of Big Paw, was known for his role as Big Ray Walton in the 1991 film, The Last Boy Scout. Longo died on June 21, 2015. Pound Puppies & the Long-Lost Puppy is dedicated to him.
- In order to get his large size, Big Paw would need to be bred between a Great Dane, a Newfoundland and another huge dog in-between. (there is no way this would work in real life, so don't try it)