Sasha is a female Irish setter from All Dogs Go To Heaven 2. She is the tritagonist of the entire franchise except certain episodes and An All Dogs Christmas Carol (in the latter of which she is the tetartagonist). She sings with serenity in the lounge. She appears to be companion to David since he has departed from home. She becomes romantically involved with Charlie B. Barkin within the film's sequel.
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2Edit
Sasha first appears when the announcer calls her up for the next talent revealing her full name "Sasha la Fleur" the crowd claps, howls, and whistles as her silhouette is shown through a wall. She ends up stepping out of the area and is revealed singing a song about how she's not willing to take a man for whatever they have to offer ("Count Me Out"). She appears to Charlie instantly, and he becomes attracted to her basically falling in love and stalks her around the bar while she's singing, but she doesn't notice him because he's a ghost. She walks around the room, causing some male dogs to collapse by flirting with them or teasing them with her tail. A few scenes past it's shown back at the bar the announcer tells Sasha she sings pretty good for a stray to much of Sasha's care. She asks if she can have her prize after winning the talent show. He ends up giving her a bone with a first place ribbon which disappoints her claiming they had a meal for the winner. The announcer sweet talks Sasha into having dinner with him that night, a disgusted Sasha rejects him and takes the bone anyways, leaving quite upset. She sees a puppy whimpering for something to eat. Because of Sasha's kindness, she scoots him the bone to let him have and then catches a buffet near her eyes and she turns to make sure nobody was paying attention and she starts picking up different food. As she is stuffing food on a small napkin, Charlie appears, scaring her, and he compliments her singing voice, Sasha is not interested in what Charlie has to say or in himself in general, so she ignores him, but ends up dropping her food due to Charlie "supposedly" helping her which she didn't want.
As they get caught Charlie tells Sasha he'll handle it and while he talks she runs off, leaving Charlie and Itchy to go follow her. When Charlie and Itchy step place in a small ditch. Sasha appears and ends up growling at the two and notices Charlie she gets angry. Charlie gives her the food she forgot and she thanks him kindly but is insecurely kind of embarrassed. Charlie ask if she'd like some company with that food, she tells him sorry because she has a "kid." Charlie thinks she has pups, but really Sasha had a human kid she was caring for who ran away from home named David. David is able to talk to Charlie and Itchy but not Sasha until Charlie uses his miracle by sneak kissing her to get her able to talk to David too. She disgusts and snaps out, and then David overhears it, so she feels embarrassed and left confused. She learns Charlie is an angel by forcing him to tell her the truth on who he is. With David thinking Charlie is his guardian angel to the dismay of Sasha, she questions why he ran away from home after finding out he wasn't lost. Charlie is up for the idea of David becoming a street performer, but to Sasha's dismay, she disagrees and thinks he should go home instead. But David refuses to go on her side. So they end up leaving Sasha outnumbered and Charlie asks if she was coming. Sasha, without saying anything, scowls at him and said she will keep a eye on him. As they're walking down a block Charlie tries talking to her again asking if she was involved with anyone and she tells him no quickly and that she's not taking any applications. Charlie still pressures her by asking the qualities she wants in a certain male dog, she gives him a run down of different things. Later on she questions Itchy why is Charlie taking so long in the police department and what's it all about. Itchy refuses to tell her, but when Charlie reappears and says they have to bust the horn out she questions what he means by "it." Itchy tells Charlie not to say but he does anyways. She is seen helping the boys escape with the horn and out of the police station.When David is performing his talent "On Easy Street," Sasha's not that interested considering she thought it was a bad idea in the first place, but she goes along with it. But soon as his talent act is ruined, they go under a bridge for shelter from the rain, she twirls his hair around, and David reminds her his mom used to do that same thing. While Itchy and David are chowing on food, Sasha notices that Charlie's upset and walks where he's at to comfort him by saying he's doing a good job taking care of David. Charlie confesses, and tells Sasha everything and that he's not David's guardian angel, but a errand boy sent from Heaven to catch a horn. Sasha sees how disappointed he is cause he found somebody special. She feels sorry for him and she instantly develops her feelings for Charlie and sings a love song implying that no matter where he goes, she'll always be with him. Once the song ends and soon as she and Charlie are about to kiss, he disappears before her leaving her in shock. Later, David and Sasha are alone at the bus station. Sasha tries to get David to pick a bus route, but David still refuses to go without Charlie by his side. After David's distracted, she turns around and notices he's being captured by Carface. She tries to stop him, but she is blocked by a moving train before her.
Charlie rescues David from Red and pushes him on a boat where Itchy and Sasha are telling them to get David home safe. While Charlie is fighting Red, Sasha and the gang help out by trapping Red's tail into a pipe. Finally, once Red is defeated, Annabelle sends Charlie and Itchy back to the heavens, Charlie insists to David that Sasha is going to take him home instead, an upset Sasha is disappointed he has to go and she tells Charlie she loves him (but not before he tells her the same) and she and David watch as the heavens close.
Near the end, a saddened David and Sasha are walking down his home block almost to his house until Sasha senses something coming their way which worries her. They find out Charlie returned permanently and Sasha is excited and full of glee! Then she notices David's parents greet his return (David's). After David and his family walk inside together, Sasha asks Charlie besides David what was his real reason for coming back and that he'd better not lie to her, he tells her sincerely that he wanted to be a part of her life which shocks Sasha and makes her flattered by his request they almost kiss until David interrupts by saying he worked a bit of magic and reveals their bowls with their name on it. Sasha turns back around to Charlie and they share a nice romantic kiss and walk in together now as a couple.
The TV series differentiates from the second film, for example: Sasha has a job as the owner and bartender of the tavern for dogs (which is now a cafe called The Flea Bite), she and Charlie don't live with David and are an on again off again couple (and is revealed to have never had a first date together), but are more like frenemies as Sasha is still turned off by Charlie's obnoxiousness. And she still knows about Itchy and Charlie's secret as heavenly angels, and even aids them in some missions. Although she doesn't live with David anymore, she can still talk to him.
An All Dogs Christmas CarolEdit
Sasha is first seen at the Flea Bite having a Christmas party with Charlie, Itchy, other dogs, and puppies (including a crippled one named Timmy).
Eventually, Sasha acts as the Ghost of Christmas Present in guiding Carface.
Sasha is a beautiful Irish Setter with auburn fur and her underbelly is golden tan. She also has dark maroon hair, which blends in with her lovely coat. She has light green eyes, which catches the eyes of many male dogs. Overall, she is a very attractive dog.
Sasha is kind, protective, loving, good-hearted, independent, and smart with a strong personality. She doesn't often show her soft side to strangers, but is kind to people who are nice to her. She showed her protective side to David when she was looking after him. Similar to Itchy, she is the voice of reason and is more like a guardian angel to others than Charlie is, and always expects them to do the right thing, like how she kept trying to convince David to go back home, and the way she tried to make Carface see his mistakes while disguised as the Ghost of Christmas Present in the third film, and there are times in the series where she teaches Charlie life lessons, and gets him to realize his behavior. She's also very brave in dangerous situations, proven near the end of the second film where she aids everyone in the battle against Red and when she stops a junkyard car crusher from crushing the one Charlie is stuck in in the episode "Miss Guidance." Sasha also has a lovely singing voice, as shown in her first appearance.
She becomes his love interest. In the beginning of the second film, she despises Charlie and takes no interest in him, but later she develops feelings for him later on the movie. Charlie uses his miracle to grant Sasha the ability to converse with David. The pair sings the soundtrack "I Will Always Be with You" as they embrace each other. On the other hand, Charlie is not always her boyfriend, as she rejects him sometimes, like in "The Perfect Dog" in which she sings the titular song with (more like against or opposite) him.
His companion and her owner. It appears that Sasha sings with serenity at the lounge so that David can make a living. Charlie later grants a miracle at which gives her the ability to converse with David. She acts as a motherly figure to him.
Sasha has more patience with Itchy than with Charlie, as shown that Itchy, like Sasha, acts as a conscience to Charlie. Also, Sasha doesn't like Charlie using his best friend "as a pack mule." She also takes care of Itchy on occasion: in "Miss Guidance," she tends to Itchy when he has a cold from being out in the rain, and in "Agent from F.I.D.O.," she bandages his snout.
Sasha quickly made friends with Bess in the only time they ever met. In fact, they both arrange a double date to get their boyfriends to get along again. When they finally do, the girls think their plan worked.
Sasha despises Carface's ways, as shown when he throws her out of the Flea Bite ("The Doggone Truth"), yet she acts as an instructor to him and Killer on being gentlemen, though this is part of a scheme to get the Flea Bite back. She also despises it when, in the Christmas special and finale, he demands 10 bones (counting 150% interest, as she'd borrowed 4 from him), and then he has them robbed. Eventually, she acts as the Ghost of Christmas Present to reveal that Killer celebrates Christmas (secretly), and the way the crippled puppy Timmy lives his life (he has loving owners, but they are too poor to afford an operation for him). She reveals that without proper care, he will not live to celebrate any more Christmases. Finally, after Carface reforms, as a token of gratitude for changing his ways, she kisses his cheek.
Sasha is a close friend of Gerta who also works at the Flea Bite.
Sasha has concern over the crippled puppy. She is the one who has the idea of raising money for his operation. After the robbery, she escorts Timmy home to his owner Martha.
- The Doggone Truth
- Puppy Sitter
- Dogs in the House (cameo)
- Cyrano de Barkinac (cameo)
- Mission: Im-Paws-Ible
- Mutts Ado about Nothing
- Dog Eat Dog
- Will Success Spoil Itchy Itchiford?
- Heaventh Inning Stretch (cameo)
- The Perfect Dog
- Magical Misery Tour
- Miss Guidance
- The Rexx Files
- Heaven Nose
- The Big Fetch
- Whacked to the Future
- Dr. Beagle and Mangy Hide
- Agent from F.I.D.O. (appears both in the current part as herself and in the story-within-an-episode as a former henchman of Carface's character Felonius Bentclaw, with the same first name as her "reality" self, but with her last name being Offthecouch.)
- He Barked, She Barked
- She is voiced by Sheena Easton in all of her appearances.
- Sasha's last name, "La Fleur" is French for "the flower."
- On the other hand, some fans or anyone familiar with this refer to her as "Sasha Le Fleur." This is an error because "le" is a masculine article, and "fleur" is a feminine noun.
- It is said in the episode "Dog Eat Dog" that Sasha has a sister from Los Angeles (who is about to have puppies), but she is neither seen nor heard nor (obviously) named, nor is it known whether she is older or younger than Sasha.