It's possible that Scooby's parents were brought over from Germany along with the researchers who helped breed them. Get your magnifying glasses and Scooby Snacks ready, because we're going sleuthing. Themightyheptagon's argument doesn't hold up with this '80s cartoon out in the world — unless the cartoon was all in the imagination of young Scooby-Doo while he was being held captive by the Soviets. According to themightyheptagon, "In the universe of 'Scooby-Doo,' it's a possibility that the Soviets also looked into an experimental breeding program that could have produced dogs with greatly enhanced intelligence. Believe it or not, there seems to be some actual evidence to support this kooky theory.
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After all, why risk the life of a trained cosmonaut for a simple test flight when you could just send a dog who's smart enough to record data, operate consoles and understand complex commands over a radio?
Jasmin. Age: 25.
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Furthermore, the Reddit user argues, "But in the course of their secret breeding program, maybe the Soviets unintentionally gave birth to at least one dog who was smart enough to learn and imitate human speech. Hold your horses, we're getting to it. The OG Scooby-Doo show never explained how a dog could speak English, and Shaggy, Velma, Fred and Daphne acted like it was totally normal — even when other characters would ask, "That dog can talk?!