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"Didn't we have a dog named Bucky who got sick and went to live on Kindly Old Man Simmons' farm?"
— Phineas[source]

Bucky's remains at the Danville Natural History Museum
Gender: Male
Age: Unknown (Deceased)
Professional Information
  Flynn-Fletcher family
Old Man Simmons
Friends and Family
Danville Natural History Museum Current,
Phineas Flynn,
Ferb Fletcher,
Candace Flynn,
Linda Flynn,
Lawrence Fletcher
Behind the Scenes
First Appearance:
  "It's About Time!" (as a skeleton)
Last Appearance:
  "It's About Time!"

Bucky was the Flynn-Fletcher family's former pet dog. Bucky appeared to be the family's pet before Perry the Platypus. Little is known about Bucky, except that he is deceased and his remains are at the Danville Natural History Museum.

During a trip to the museum, Lawrence described a canine fossil that had been dug up in their neighborhood. Upon seeing the collar with Bucky's nametag still attached, Phineas asked, "Didn't we have a dog named Bucky who got sick and went to live on kindly Old Man Simmons' farm?" Lawrence dithered in his answer and led Phineas, Ferb and Perry to the next display, which was the skeleton of Old Man Simmons himself. Lawrence quickly diverted their attention by offering to buy milkshakes ("It's About Time!").


Phineas and Ferb

Phineas and Ferb seemed to be close to Bucky as Lawrence lied to them about Bucky going to live on "Kindly Old Man Simmons' farm."


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