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|skills = N/A
 
|skills = N/A
 
|hobby = Dating with Huckleberry<br>Picking flowers
 
|hobby = Dating with Huckleberry<br>Picking flowers
|goals = Discover Huckleberry with his crash landing (succeeded)<br>Be rescued by Huckleberry from drowning in the river (succeeded)<br>Be with Huckleberry forever
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|goals = Be with Huckleberry forever<br>Discover Huckleberry with his crash landing (succeeded)<br>Be rescued by Huckleberry from drowning in the river (succeeded)
 
|family = Chief (father)<br>Chieftess (mother)<br>Huckleberry Hound (husband)<br>3 Children
 
|family = Chief (father)<br>Chieftess (mother)<br>Huckleberry Hound (husband)<br>3 Children
 
|friends = Huckleberry Hound (love interest)
 
|friends = Huckleberry Hound (love interest)

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What are you waiting for? GO!
No, you must rest. And I will tend to you until you are well.
~ Desert Flower to Huckleberry

Desert Flower is a major character of an animated television film The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound. She is the kind-hearted and gentle young Native American maiden hound who is the daughter of the chief and the love interest, and later wife, of Huckleberry Hound. She discovers Huck after he survives the crash landing and awakens with a memory loss, as a result of his injury. She calls him the "mysterious blue hombre with amnesia".

She was voiced by B. J. Ward, who also voiced Princess Allura in Voltron: Defender of the Universe, Velma Dinkley in the Scooby-Doo series, Betty Rubble in The Flintstones series, Scarlett in G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Casey Kelp in Snorks, and Jana of the Jungle.

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