Why did Clifford the big red dog grow so big?
That's an easy answer. All the love Elizabeth had for him made him grow big and strong.
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\nThe late, great actor, John Ritter.
umm i think 3 or 4
The author of Clifford the Big Red Dog is Norman Birdwell.
Clifford the Big Red Dog is actually supposed to be a bloodhound, but the author believed that having an all red dog would give the children a better association with the dog,… not even for his breed, but purely for just remembering the dog. I believe he looks more like a red Labrador Retriever. Though the redness is just a different shade of the brown and yellow, i still believe that. Many people suspected a visla, but the only wrong thing is, is that he inst much of a hunter, nor is he super scrawny, plus he has a long tail. So Clifford was supposed to be a bloodhound, looks more like a lab (and acts more like one), and he is not a visla.
september 5 1963
Clifford the Big Red Dog is a beloved children's book character whoencourages kids to embrace their differences. Clifford's birthdayis Valentines Day, and 2014 marked the 51st… anniversary of hiscreation.
the big RED dog... -_-
No he is not real at all
Norman Bridwell's creation Clifford the big Red Dog's first appearance was in the 1963 book Clifford, the Big Red Dog .
The book series was written by Norman Bridwell. I believe he also illustrated the books, but I'm not certain. The television series is based on the books.
Normally at 15 feet tall. In the "A Ferry Tale" episode though,he appeared much larger. It was when he removed the Birdwell Island light-house's search light to help a ferry …through a thick fog and onto the island shores.
It still airs on some PBS Kids Sprout channels on my TV. It alsoshould still air on your TV.
Daffodil was probably given away to a new owner or also probablydied, somewhere between Clifford the Big Red Dog and Clifford'sPuppy Days. Daffodil does appear in the prequel …show, Clifford'sPuppy Days, before Emily Elizabeth and her family moved to Big BirdIsland, because Clifford grew too big to fit inside the apartmentbuilding. Clifford's old friends include a dog named Jorge, ownedby Nina, a bird named Norville. two cat twins named Flo and Zo, afamily of mice named The Sidarsky Family, and Daffodil. Clifford'snew friends include T-Bone, owned by a police officer name SherriffLouis, Cleo, a poodle owned by Mrs. Honeywell, and Mack, owned byJetta.