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  • Aerith and Bob: We have pups with common names (Chase, Skye, Marshall, Ella), pups with slightly rare names (Rocky, Tuck, Rex), and then there's names like Zuma, Rubble, Everest, and Tracker.
  • Art Evolution: The movie improves their character designs, not only giving them more detailed fur, but also changing the design of their back legs to look more like real-life dogs.
  • Awesome Backpack: How all the pups carry their tools, voice-activated by their barks. In Season 3, a few of the pups get flight pack add-ons.
  • Badass Adorable: They're a Rescue team comprised of vehicle-driving, gadget-wielding Precious Puppies. How can they not be? Special mention goes to super spy police dog Chase and Pup-Fu practicing firefighter Marshall.
  • Borrowed Catchphrase: The pups sometimes use the catchphrases of their teammates:
    • In "Pups Save a Superpup", Zuma borrows Rubble's "On the double" line when called upon to drive the absent pup's bulldozer.
    • In "Pups Leave Marshall Home Alone", Marshall uses Ryder and Chase's lines when required to handle an emergency by himself.
    • In "Moto Pups: Pups Save a Sneezy Chase", Sky uses the absent Chase's "Ready for action, Ryder, sir!"
  • Catchphrase: All members have at least one.
    • As a group, the pups have "Ryder needs us!" (or sometimes, "Ryder's calling!") when they're summoned for a mission.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Generally associated with their role, such as Chase (police dog) and Marshall (fire dog) having blue and red uniforms, respectively, but still:
    • Marshall: Red
    • Rubble: Yellow
    • Chase: Royal blue
    • Rocky: Lime green
    • Zuma: Orange
    • Skye: Pink
    • Everest: Teal
    • Tracker: Khaki green
    • Robo-Dog: White
    • Tuck and Ella: Sky blue and Gray
    • Rex: Chartreuse and Cerulean
    • Wild Cat: Light gray
    • Liberty: Coral
  • Cute Little Fangs: Yes, they are to be expected from dogs, but they're small and not at all scary.
  • Free-Range Children: In the early episodes, the pups were often seen by themselves, playing or walking through town. Later seasons phased this out, so they are rarely seen without Ryder or some other human character with them.
  • Furry Reminder: They still have many of the usual canine mannerisms (eating out of doggie bowls, loving belly rubs and petting, enjoying doggy treats, showing affection by tackling and licking, wagging tails when pleased or excited, etc.) while they're managing PAW Patrol vehicles and equipment.
  • Heroic Dog: The entire point.
  • Interspecies Friendship: The pups and Ryder are as close as friends as they are as colleagues.
  • Kid Hero: Applies to all of the pups, who are all still young.
  • Meaningful Name: All of the characters possess names befitting their occupations (except for Tuck and Ella).
  • Mecha Expansion Pack: In Ultimate Rescue episodes, each pup's vehicle gains a number of attachments that make it big enough for the whole team to ride in, and also includes detachable extra vehicles for the other pups to operate.
  • No One Gets Left Behind: The PAW Patrol are willing to save their leader (and any other teammate, for that matter) no matter the cost. Don't even try to take Ryder away from them; they will do everything in their power to get him back.
  • Parental Abandonment: The parents of the pups are absent from the series. It's especially noticeable in Everest, Tracker, Tuck, and Ella, who are perceived to be strays before meeting the PAW Patrol. It's also heavily implied in the movie that Chase was a victim of this.
  • Precious Puppy: Ya think?!
  • Save the Villain: The PAW Patrol are dedicated to saving all those in need, even the likes of Mayor Humdinger, Sweetie and Sid the pirate.
  • Talking Animal: The pups are a notable case in that they can talk, but other non-canine animals can't. (the exceptions are Mr. Nibbles/The Copycat, who gains the ability to talk when charged up by the meteor, and Wildcat, whose reasons for being able speak have yet to be revealed.)
  • Transforming Mecha: The pups' respective houses transform into their mission vehicles.
    • In season two, Chase, Marshall, and Zuma's houses can also become a spy car, an ambulance, and a mini-sub, respectively.
    • As of the season three episode "Pups Save a Stinky Flower," Rocky's recycling truck also transforms into a tugboat.
  • Undying Loyalty: The pups are loyal to Ryder especially in some scenarios like one of their members have gone missing or get captured by the enemy.
  • Vague Age: It's not clear how old they are.
    • The wiki claims they're in between 4-8 (specifically, Tracker is 4, Rubble and Zuma are 5, Marshall and Rocky are 6, Chase and Skye are 7 and Everest is 8). Tuck and Ella do not have confirmed ages.
    • The French dub specifically refers to them as puppies.note 
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    Ryder 

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"PAW Patrol is on a roll!"

Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Owen Mason (Season 1 to mid-Season 2), Elijha Hammill (mid-Season 2 to late-Season 3), Jaxon Mercey (late season 3-early Season 6), Joey Nijem (mid-Season 6 - late Season 7), Beckett Hipkiss (late Season 7 - present), Will Brisbin (movie)
Voiced in English (UK) by: John Campbell (Season 1 to mid-Season 2), Sam Brown (season 2 to Season 6), Lewis Crabb-LaHei (Season 7 to present)
Voiced in French by: Alexandre Nguyen
Voiced in Spanish by: Rene Pinochet (Latin America)
Voiced in Korean by: Jeong Seon-hye
Voiced in Greek by: Voúla Kósta
Voiced in Japanese by: Megumi Han

Ryder is a human child who is called upon by various residents around Adventure Bay, giving the PAW Patrol their respective missions. He also joins them on his ATV, Vehicle No. 01. No job is too big, and no pup is too small.

  • Absurd Phobia: Brussels sprouts, to the point of having nightmares about them. We couldn't make this up if we tried.
  • Action Fashionista: He has specific outfits for Sea Patrol, Mission PAW, Air Patrol, and every type of Ultimate Rescue, as well as a scuba suit, two different Halloween outfits, pajamas, and a basketball uniform. We're guessing the lesson here is if you're gonna save Adventure Bay, you might as well do it in style.
  • Adorably Precocious Child: He has his moments that show his age, such as playing video games on his Pup-Pad when a call comes in.
    Ryder (to a sea slug): Whenever you're in trouble, just (mimics giggling) for help!
  • Badass in Distress: Occasionally needs saving by the pups for one reason or another, notably in "Mighty Pups" where he's actively kidnapped.
  • Catchphrase: "Alright! PAW Patrol is on a roll!", "No job is too bignote , no pup is too small!", and "Whenever you're in trouble, just yelpnote  for help!"
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Has brown eyes and hair.
  • Distressed Dude: In "Pups Save Ryder", he got stranded on a cliff and needed the PAW Patrol to come save him. And in "Mighty Pups", he's actively kidnapped and held for some time (though he does ultimately manage to escape and call the pups).
  • Does Not Like Spam: Despises Brussels sprouts (though it's slightly justified, considering his age).
  • Dub Name Change: Kent in the Japanese dub, due to legal issues involving the Kamen Rider seriesnote .
  • The Leader: Ryder serves as the organizer of the team, receiving the distress calls and arranging missions for the pups when needed.
  • Improbable Age: Is 10 years old, yet runs what is essentially a regional version of International Rescue.
  • Jet Pack: Gains one in "Air Pups" alongside a birdman suit.
  • Kid Hero: Only ten years old, but is a formidable rescue crew leader.
  • Not So Above It All: Mature for the most part, but there are some pretty cute moments where he mimics an animal noise during his catchphrase, proving that he's still a fun-loving kid underneath it all.
  • Out of Focus: He often gets ignored in favor of the pups, and is often excluded from advertising/The Merch.
  • Punny Name: In the Japanese dub, Ryder's name (Kent), while being read with Japanese phonetics as "Kento/犬人", which is also a valid name there, can be read as "dog person", a name quite fitting for some who deals with dogs.
  • Red Is Heroic: Part of his vest is red, and he's a Kid Hero.
  • Ship Tease: He's implied to have a crush on Katie.
  • Spiky Hair: Had this, and a few episodes imply it's natural.
  • Stout Strength: While he looks small, he can lift every pup, a treasure chest, and a goat.
  • Team Dad: A surprisingly young example. He's usually the one taking care of/looking out for the pups.
  • Token Human: A human among eight dogs.
  • Transforming Vehicle: Though not to the same level as the pups' homes, his ATV can take on other modes for all-terrain travel, like its jetski or snowmobile modes.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Is the leader of the rescue team of an entire town despite being only 10 years old, can remain completely professional while on a job, and the town deeply respects him and his team for it.
  • Vocal Evolution: In earlier episodes, His voice was sounding more robotic and much deeper, it wasn't until the rest of the first and later seasons that his voice becomes more youthful, and less-robot now.
  • Youthful Freckles: Sports these in the movie.

    Marshall 

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"I'm fired up!"

Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Gage Munroe (Season 1), Drew Davis (Season 2-5), Lukas Engel (Beginning to mid Season 6), Kingsley Marshall (Mid Season 6 to present)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Noah Ashby (Season 1-Seaon 4), Alfie Elliott (Season 5)
Voiced in French by: Leslie Lipkins
Voiced in Spanish by: Pabla Hermann (Latin America)
Voiced in Korean by: Moon Nam-sook
Voiced in Greek by: Sofia Kapsambeli
Voiced in Japanese by: Makoto Koichi

Marshall is a Dalmatian pup that serves as the firefighter dog of the group. Goodhearted and ready to go, Marshall is often tripped up by his klutziness. Nevertheless, he manages to be an effective rescuer-even if he might end up falling down his fire engine's ladder.

As expected, his home, Vehicle No. 3, is a fire truck. In Season 2 and onwards, it also takes the form of a rescue ambulance.

  • Bad Liar: He's not very good at keeping secrets. When Rocky explained that he was keeping Chase busy while the others prepared his surprise party, everyone reacted in disbelief. Sure enough, when the scene changes to him and Chase, he's visibly struggling to keep up the ruse.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Sure, he trips and falls a lot and makes countless puns, some of which are even cringeworthy, but he's very good at his job and rarely makes a mistake on missions.
  • Butt-Monkey: At the very least, he's prone to slapstick. And getting his head stuck in stuff.
  • Catchphrase: "I'm fired up!" and "Ready for a ruff, ruff rescue!"
  • Dub Name Change: Marcus, in the French dub.
  • Endearingly Dorky: His clumsiness is viewed as funny and endearing by the rest of the cast, which is helped by his penchant for bad puns and earnest efforts to help people.
  • Firehouse Dalmatian: Obviously, he's the firefighter of the team. His doghouse turns into a fire truck and his pup pack contains water-shooting cannons. Later in the series, he's promoted to medic pup, while still keeping his role as the fire pup.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Birds really like the guy.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Chase.
  • I Am Not Weasel: In "Pups Save a Basketball Game", he corrects Mayor Humdinger by reminding him that he is a Dalmatian when the latter calls him a beagle.
  • In a Single Bound: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups vs. the Copycat", after he and Chase power each other up, Marshall gains the ability to jump so high it looks like he's flying.
  • Interspecies Friendship: With Fuzzy, a goose chick Marshall bonded with and later helped reunite with his flock, while also facing his fear of heights.
  • Jet Pack: In "Air Pups," he receives a version that also has water-propelled VTOL jets, akin to a flyboard.
  • The Klutz: Marshall's defining trait.
    • Exploited in "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Their Pirated Sea Patroller". Marshall is able to use his clumsiness to distract his captor, Sid, by spraying him in the face and causing him to chase after him, providing an opening for Robo-Dog to re-take the bridge of the Sea Patroller.
    Marshall: Sometimes it's good to be clumsy!
  • Making a Splash: His water cannons, primarily used for firefighting, can also be used to spray other liquids. In "Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown", Marshall is given a "Hydro Launcher", which fires a single jet of water powerful enough to cut through a wooden door.
  • Meaningful Name: The firefighter pup, named after a firefighter marshal.
  • The Medic: Since Season 2, this has been Marshall's other role in the series, complete with an X-ray monitor in place of the usual water cannons.
  • Next Tier Power-Up: He and Chase power each other up to face a formidable foe, The Copycat, in "Mighty Pups: Pups vs. The Copycat". Marshall specifically gains the ability to jump high enough to look like he's flying.
  • Performance Anxiety: He sometimes suffers from this; in "Pups Save a Show," he had to fill in for Chase (who came down with a sore throat) in the pups' play, and was so nervous he could barely bring himself to get on stage, and even flubbed his first few lines. He experiences this again in "Pups Save the Talent Show," where he is terrified by the idea of singing on stage without Rubble.
  • Playing with Fire: In the Mighty Pups special, he gains the ability to channel heat through his paws.
  • Pungeon Master: Sometimes makes these when he ends up crashing into the other pups. Sometimes they're well-received, other times, not so much.
  • Red Is Heroic: Red is his theme color.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Marshall is an enthusiastic extrovert (red), contrasting with Chase's more intellectual and calm (blue) personality.
  • Running Gag: Marshall getting his head stuck in something, excitedly rushing to the elevator, crashing into it/the other pups, and tripping/falling are the series' main running gags. Also, expect him to have something fall onto his face and/or fall down the rungs of his ladder if he's using it to (try and) rescue someone.
  • Sleepwalking: The "ghost" of "Pups Save a Ghost" turns out to be Marshall walking around in his sleep. Ironically, amusingly, and befitting to the trope, he manages a skateboard and a surfboard far better in his sleep than he does while awake.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal:
    • "Pups Save a Cow" reveals that Marshall learned to speak cow from Cap'n Turbot, allowing him to calm down a frightened Bettina.
    • In "Pups Save Unlce Otis from His Cabin", he is able to communicate with a squirrel, and later, some beavers, enlisting their help to chew a hole in the cabin.
  • Sweet Tooth: When a batch of jam the Patrol intended to enter in a competition gets a whole bag of sugar dumped into it, Marshall remarks that he likes it, despite some of his teammates gagging from the sugary taste in the background.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Marshall has a fear of heights-or more specifically, a fear of being dangled in the open air (as he manages to handle climbing his ladder just fine). He seems to have overcome it in "Air Pups," given that he's perfectly fine with his water-propulsion pack.
  • Vocal Evolution: In the first season, Marshall's voice was high-pitched and scratchy-like, until in later seasons his voice is much lower.
  • Youthful Freckles: Marshall has freckles on his cheeks.

    Rubble 
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"Rubble on the double!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Devan Cohen (Season 1-5), Keegan Hedley (Season 6-present)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Luca Townsend (Season 1-Season 2), Fin Harvey (Season 3)
Voiced in French by: Céline Ronté
Voiced in Spanish by: Consuelo Pizarro (Latin America)
Voiced in Korean by: Um Sang-hyun
Voiced in Greek by: Chrysoúla Papadopoúlou
Voiced in Japanese by: Satsumi Matsuda

Rubble is an English Bulldog pup that serves as the construction dog of the group. He is an accomplished digger with his paws, which led to him becoming a member of PAW Patrol. Like the others, he's usually very enthusiastic about missions, as well as any chance to put his bulldozer to use.

As expected, his home, Vehicle No. 06, is a bulldozer with an auger excavator in the back. Sometimes, the latter is replaced with a crane.

  • Adaptational Comic Relief: In the movie, he gets more comedic and goofy moments than even Marshall does.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: "Pups Get A Rubble" reveals that he's the youngest member of the original six pups, even being smaller in the flashbacks than he is in the present. As such, he can be a little more childish than the other pups, like when he plays "Super Rubble," even while on a mission.
  • Baths Are Fun: Unlike Rocky, Rubble loves taking bubble baths.
  • The Big Guy: Among the pups, naturally due to being a construction pup.
  • Catchphrase: "Rubble on the double!" and "Let's dig it!"
  • Cute Little Fangs: Rubble's are rather prominent.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Kittens seem to have this effect on him, as seen in "Pups & the Kitty-tastrophe" and "Pups Leave Marshall Home Alone."
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Has amber eyes the same color as his fur.
  • Didn't Think This Through: In his attempts to act as a "Super Pup", Rubble rushes to aid a trapped train without alerting the others or carrying his pack, wanting to handle it all by himself. His efforts get him trapped inside the tunnel.
  • Drill Tank: In "Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown", Rubble receives a new vehicle in this style, the "Mini-Miner".
  • Dub Name Change:
    • Ruben, in the French dub.
    • Крепыш (Krepysh, meaning burly) in the Russian dub.
  • Elvis Impersonator: His Halloween costume in the Ghost Ship episode, complete with him repeating the phrase "Blue Suede".
  • Fanboy: While all the pups are fans of the show, Rubble especially loves Apollo the Super Dog. He even dresses like titular hero during two missions.
  • Hoverboard: In "Air Pups," he receives a duct fan-powered version, allowing him to take to the skies. His prior love of skateboarding and snowboarding means he takes to it very quickly.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: In one episode he got jealous over Skye's apparent crush on Francois.
  • Growling Gut: A recurring gag with Rubble involves his tummy loudly announcing it needs food.
  • Identical Stranger: In the episode with the pirate treasure, the mysterious Captain Blackfur turns out to have been an exact lookalike of Rubble, only with a goatee. And this was foreshadowed when Blackfur's hat perfectly fit Rubble's head. It's not stated if they were related in any way.
  • Meaningful Name: His name is related to fragments of stone and rock, which are used for construction, and he’s the construction pup.
  • Origins Episode: "Pups Get a Rubble" shows that Rubble was saved by the PAW Patrol after he nearly fell off a cliffside branch. Wanting to join them, Rubble proved himself by putting his digging skills to use to save Jake when he was trapped in the snow.
  • Rolling Attack: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups vs. the Copycat", after he and Zuma power each other up, he gains the ability to surround himself in a sphere of energy, allowing him to slam into objects like a wrecking ball.
  • Sleep Cute: In "Pups Save an Adventure," the other pups fawn over how cute he looks when he's sleeping.
  • Sleep Mask: He has been shown to wear one on a few occasions, usually leading him to get tripped up.
  • Super Strength: Gains this power in Mighty Pups, which allows him to, among other things, perform a Shockwave Stomp.
  • Tender Tears: Rubble is the pup who has been shown shedding tears, and he makes quite the sad expressions despite such instances being brief. He also tends to be the pup who shows the most disappointment when he's not yet called for a mission he wants to partake in.
  • Tunnel King: Rubble is an accomplished digger, even without his shovel pack. As seen in his debut episode, he was able to dig into the heavy snow to rescue Jake.
  • Vocal Evolution: His voice is much less-scratchy in later episodes.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?:
    • Rubble really doesn't like spiders, to the point of worrying that he might catch "spider cooties". It doesn't help that they have a tendency to drop right down on/near his nose.
    • In "Mission PAW: Royally Spooked", he shows a fear of ghosts, to the point where he can't bear to be in the supposedly haunted castle of Barkingburg (though he faces his fear in the end to save Sweetie).
    • His fear of bats is revealed in "Pups Party With Bats," but he overcomes it when it turns out the bats love his DJ music.

    Chase 

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"Chase is on the case!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Tristan Samuel (Season 1), Max Calinescu (Season 2-4), Justin Kelly (Season 5 - present), Iain Armitage (movie)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Hayden Hunter (Season 1-Season 4), Nye James (Season 5)
Voiced in French by: Audrey Sablé
Voiced in Spanish by: Bernandita Espejo (Latin America)
Voiced in Croatian by: Katarina Perica
Voiced in Korean by: Yongwoo Sin
Voiced in Greek by: María Zervoú
Voiced in Japanese by: Shizuka Ishigami

Chase is a German Shepherd pup that serves as the police dog of the group. He generally tries to uphold a professional attitude, and often is called upon for his police skills and cruiser's winch. Starting in Season 2, he has also gained spy gear to aid in missions.

His home, Vehicle No. 02, takes the form of a Police SUV, equipped with a retractable winch. Starting with Season 2, it can also take the form of a Spy Mobile Command Center.

  • Arbitrary Skepticism: Starting in Season 2, Chase becomes the obligatory skeptic character whenever the PAW Patrol may be dealing with a supernatural case. This can be somewhat justified by him being a police dog, but it gets confusing when he's met an alien and Mer-Pups.
  • Blue Is Heroic: A blue-wearing police officer.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "(Super Spy) Chase is on the case!" and "These paws uphold the laws!"
    • There's also "Ready for action, Ryder, sir!", which was changed to "PAW Patrol ready for action, Ryder sir!" after Season One.
  • Cool Bike: In "Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown", Chase gains a Spy ATV.
    • As of the trailer for the movie, his police vehicle can also deploy a motorcycle for narrower spaces.
  • Cowardly Lion: The movie reveals that he is this. Chase despite seeming brave often struggles with his own doubts and fears during a mission and while he's normally able to power through it, being in Adventure City, the place of his Dark and Troubled Past causes him to go through a Heroic BSoD. It takes getting a pep talk from Ryder for him to get over it.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Has brown fur and eyes.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: The movie reveals he was abandoned as a baby and lived on the Streets until Ryder took him in.
  • Dub Name Change: Гонщик (Gonshchik, meaning racer) in the Russian dub.
  • Grappling-Hook Pistol: His spy-pack contains a zipline.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Marshall.
  • Interspecies Friendship: With Little Hooty, an owlet who came to the PAW Patrol to get their help in saving his mother while she was trapped in a tree dangling off a cliff.
  • Jet Pack: In "Air Pups," his flight pack is jet-propelled, but is more of a glider.
  • Knuckle Cracking: In "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Puplantis", he did it while underwater and boasting he is a mer-pup on a mission.
  • The Leader: Among the pups themselves.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups vs. the Copycat", after he and Marshall power each other up, he gains the ability to bark at a supersonic frequency.
  • Meaningful Name: His name refers to a police chase.
    • And with his Super Speed in Mighty Pups, he's a high-speed Chase!
  • Next Tier Power-Up: He and Marshall power each other up to face a formidable foe, The Copycat, in "Mighty Pups: Pups vs. The Copycat". Chase specifically gains the ability to bark at a supersonic frequency.
  • The Nose Knows: As to be expected of a police dog, Chase has an incredible sense of smell. As noted on the main page, it was to the point of being able to distinguish jellybean colors while blindfolded.
  • Not So Above It All: Chase tries to maintain a professional attitude while on missions. It doesn't always work out for him. Examples are seeing that Skye's alright after danger (and quickly attempting to cover it up), and laughing like the kid he is on the slide sometimes.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: He wears blue, while Skye wears pink.
  • Police Are Useless: Naturally averted, although Chase oddly seems to be the only police official in Adventure Bay.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Played for Laughs when Chase was once seen wearing Skye's bathing cap, as well as admiring himself in a mirror with it.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Chase is calm and intellectual (blue), contrasting with Marshall's enthusiastic and extroverted (red) personality.
  • Ship Tease: With Skye, with whom he has some touching moments, such as their Pup Pup Boogie game and once acting as Team Dad and Team Mom in organizing the pups. Whenever Skye seems to be in danger, Chase shows the most concern out of the rest of the pups, and is usually the most joyful when she turns out to be safe.
  • Sick Episode: He had a cold in "Pups Save a Show".
  • Sneeze of Doom: Chase is allergic to cat fur (which apparently includes all things feline since he sneezes when tracking tigers in one episode) and feathers, which can complicate missions where he has to help Cali (or any feline for that matter) or Chickaletta. It also causes some problems with their new teammate Wild Cat (until his Moto helmet is upgraded with a hypo-allergenic filter).
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Zig-zagged in "Pups Save a Hoot". While Ryder suggests that Chase can speak owl, Chase says that it's more like he knows what Little Hooty is trying to tell him.
  • Super Speed: In the Mighty Pups special, he gains this power from the meteor.
  • Unwanted Assistance: Invoked in "Pups Save a Herd" when Chase wants to practice for a herding competition and tries to help others by herding. His efforts trip up the Porters' shipment of cakes, scare off the seagulls Turbot was counting and cause him to fall into the Bay, and lead Rocky to roll atop a bunch of tennis balls and get very wet.
  • With Catlike Tread: His early use of the spy gear usually resulted in him talking quite a bit while he was supposed to be stealthy. It gets especially humorous when he yells at a seagull for getting in the way when he was "trying to spy [t]here".
  • Vocal Evolution: His voice in early seasons was low-pitched, but as time flys by, his voice is much higher.
  • You Are in Command Now: In both "Pups Save Ryder" and the Mighty Pups special, Chase is forced to lead the team when Ryder is incapacitated.

    Rocky 
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"Green means go!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Stuart Ralston (Season 1-2), Samuel Faraci (Season 3-late Season 7), Jackson Reid (late Season 7-8), Callum Shoniker (PAW Patrol: the Movie)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Eric O'Carroll (Season 1-6), Courage Clutterbuck (Season 7)
Voiced in French by: Nathalie Bienaimé
Voiced in Spanish by: Carolina Highet (Latin America)
Voiced in Dutch by: Christa Lips
Voiced in Korean by: Eun Yeong-seon
Voiced in Greek by: María Zervoú
Voiced in Japanese by: Miyuki Kobori

Rocky is a mixed breed (possibly a Cattle Dog mix) pup that serves as the recycling specialist and mechanic of the group. He regularly is called upon to fix damaged materials, often by using various things he's collected in his truck. As long as it doesn't require him to get wet.

His home, Vehicle No. 05, is a combination forklift/recycling truck, which contains the many recyclables he's collected.

  • Butt-Monkey: At least where water is concerned. If there's something involving a lot of water around, then nine times out of ten, he's getting drenched.
  • Catchphrase: "Green means go!", "Don't lose it, reuse it!", and "Why trash it, when you can stash it?"
  • Ear Notch: His right ear has a small nick.
  • Emerald Power: His signature color is green.
  • Every Device Is a Swiss-Army Knife: Rocky's pack has the most tools out of the team's, containing a pincer, a screwdriver, a glue-applicator, and a tape dispenser among other things. It's even more notable in that the pack only has two mechanical arms that it's barely big enough to hold with the other hypothetical supplies.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Rocky has been shown implementing several devices out of the materials in his truck, such as a mini-catapult for launching streamers and a bellow-constructed trap set up to capture a "ghost".
  • Green Aesop: His character serves as an emphasis on eco-friendly acts and recycling.
  • Green Lantern Ring: In the Mighty Pups special, the meteor grants him the power to make green energy constructs, which he mostly utilizes in the form of giant tools.
  • Hammerspace: Let's just say that truck holds more than it looks like it should. This is most notable when it was able to hold Zuma's old surfboard. His pack has similar properties (see Every Device Is a Swiss-Army Knife).
  • Hates Baths: Justified. Because he has a fear of water, Rocky is seen trying to avoid taking a bath whenever Katie needs to give him one. This usually fails, but, Rocky has been saved from a bath when the Paw Patrol needs him for a mission.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Zuma.
  • Horny Vikings: His Halloween costume in the Ghost Ship episode, complete with mustache.
  • Irony:
    • Despite hating water, he's best friends with Marshall and Zuma (particularly the latter), the water-oriented members of the group.
    • When he is briefly transformed into a Mer-Pup, he absolutely loves swimming in the water.
    • In season three, his truck gains the ability to change into a tugboat. The pup who hates water just got a lot closer to it.
    • Even more ironic; earlier in the show he was given a scuba pack similar to Zuma's just to help fix the broken Diving Bell.
  • Jet Pack: In "Air Pups," he receives a version that allows him to hover and repair things mid-air.
  • Meaningful Name: His name comes from rocks, and he’s the eco pup.
  • Mr. Fixit: Rocky's general role in the series.
  • Running Gag: He's an aquaphobic dog who often is hit with water (sometimes from Marshall's water cannons) for a gag.
  • Sick Episode: He had a sore throat in "Parroting Pups", preventing him from voice-activating his tools.
  • The Smart Guy: Among the pups, due to his mechanical know-how.
  • Stealth Pun: As a mixed-breed who collects and recycles broken objects, he's as close to a "junkyard dog" as you can get without saying it.
  • X-Ray Vision: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups vs. the Copycat", after he and Skye power each other up, he gains this ability.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Rocky immensely hates getting wet, and will avoid any contact with water if he can. The "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Baby Octopus" special shows his dislike of water preventing him from even trying to complete his sea rescue training. But in the end, Rocky manages to put aside his fear to help save the day.
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    Zuma 
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"Let's dive in!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Alex Thorne (season 1-4), Carter Thorne (season 4-5), Shayle Simons (Season 6)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Samuel Woodward
Voiced in French by: Élodie Menant
Voiced in Spanish by: Betzabé Gutierrez (Latin America)
Voiced in Dutch by: Melise de Winter
Voiced in Korean by: Jeon Sook-kyeong
Voiced in Greek by: Chrysoúla Papadopoúlou
Voiced in Japanese by: Sayuri Yahagi

Zuma is a Chocolate Labrador that serves as the diver of the group. Any water mission is a breeze with Zuma's hovercraft and diving equipment (with a breathing apparatus shaped like a bone, natch). Generally mellow and good-natured, Zuma does what he can, dude.

His home, Vehicle No. 07, is a hovercraft. In Season 2, it also has a submarine mode.

  • Bubble Gun: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups vs. the Copycat", after he and Rubble power each other up, he gains the ability to create bubbles of energy to contain things (and people) in.
  • Catchphrase: "Let's dive in!" and "Ready, set, get wet!"
  • Cool Boat:
    • Zuma has his hovercraft, which functions pretty well on land as it does on the water. And as of "Pups Save the Diving Bell", it can also transform into a mini-submarine.
    • In "Mission PAW: Pups Save the Royal Throne", Zuma gains a new "Mini-Sub" vehicle, able to convert from a land-based configuration to an aquatic one.
  • Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Zuma talks like this in the US dub, due to Alex Thorne being unable to pronounce his R's. It's most notable when he addresses "Wyder" and "Wocky". This was eventually dropped after a voice actor change.
  • The Generic Guy: Compared to the other pups, he has little to no distinct personality traits of his own, and is usually only called for backup.
  • Helicopter Pack: His flight pack works on propellers rather than jets, and also allows him to fly underwater.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Rocky.
  • Making a Splash: In the Mighty Pups special, he gains the ability to spray water from his paws, and create giant waves.
  • Meaningful Name: He’s named after a famous beach in Malibu.
  • Out of Focus: While the other pups get their fair share of screen time, Zuma tends to just fade into the background due to his water skills not being needed in most of the missions.
  • Real Life Writes the Plot: This trope is why Zuma initially has Elmuh Fudd Syndwome and also why it was dropped. Alex Thorne couldn't pronounce his R's properly so Zuma couldn't either; then when Carter took over his brother, he could pronounce his R's just fine so they decided to drop the trait over time.
  • She's a Man in Japan: putting aside the fact some people mistake Zuma for a girl at first, even some actual dubs mistake Zuma to be a female. The Brazilian dub of the show gave him a female actress in the role in Season 1, but once they realized he was in fact a male, his second actor called him with male pronouns and also re-dubbed the S1 lines.
  • Super Not-Drowning Skills: Non-video game example, as Zuma has demonstrated a decent lung capacity when he's not using his equipment (such as when he gave his oxygen mask to Wally to keep the walrus from drowning due to being trapped by a net). It's justified, given Zuma's water rescue training.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Zuma only is assigned to aquatic missions for the most part, meaning he is called into action the least amount of times. Fortunately, due to the setting being Adventure Bay, he does manage to get a few good missions in. He also makes decent back up in non-water missions where all that's needed is an extra set of paws.
  • Totally Radical: Zuma tends to refer to people as "dude".
  • Vocal Evolution: As in later seasons, Zuma still has his radical-voice, but sounds much deeper.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Averted, as Zuma is the only one out of the six pups who is not shown to be afraid of anything. This is most notably seen in the Face Your Fears episode, where he seemed to just be there for moral support.

    Skye 
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"Let's take to the sky!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Kallan Holley (Season 1-5), Lilly Bartlam (Season 6)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Holly Thomas
Voiced in French by: Lisa Caruso
Voiced in Spanish by: Valentina Leteliet (Latin America)
Voiced in Korean by: Park Ji-yoon
Voiced in Greek by: Sofia Kapsembeli
Voiced in Japanese by: Shiori Izawa

Skye is a Cockapoo (Cocker Spaniel/Poodle mix) that serves as the aerial dog of the group. Quite energetic in her own right, Skye takes to the air in her helicopter, if not with her glider-pack. The PAW Patrol can be assured that she'll be their eyes in the sky.

As mentioned, her home, Vehicle No. 04, is a helicopter.

  • Action Girl: Well, she's a girl and she saves the day, along with the PAW Patrol.
  • Blow You Away: In the Mighty Pups special, she gains the power of unassisted Flight and the ability to create whirlwinds.
  • Catchphrase: "Let's take to the sky!" and "This pup's gotta fly!" (usually accompanied by a backflip)
  • The Chick: Among the pups, usually providing aerial support.
  • Cool Bike: Gains a "Sky-Cycle" in "Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown", which can convert from a motorcycle to a flying hovercraft.
  • Dub Name Change: In the French dub, her name is Stella.
  • Fangirl: Of pilot Ace Sorensen, as seen in "Pups Save an Ace"
  • Genki Girl: Mostly demonstrated by her adorable little giggle-barks and tendency to perform backflips.
  • Girly Girl: She likes to get her fur styled at Katie's pet salon.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Flies in a silver helicopter (with pink highlights).
  • Goggles Do Something Unusual:
    • Her aviation goggles function as telescopic lenses, which is handy for surveillance.
    • The goggles that come with her Air Patrol flight suit are even more advanced.
  • The Heart: She is the cutest and kindest of the team.
  • Jet Pack:
    • A variation in that it is a glider pack equipped with twin mini-thrusters and retractable wings.
    • In "Air Pups," she receives an improved version with supersonic jets.
    • In "Mission PAW: Royally Spooked", she uses a new glider pack that allows her to fly without jet propulsion.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name is related to the sky.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: She wears pink while Chase wears blue.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Her overall color motif.
  • Power of the Storm: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups vs. the Copycat", after she and Rocky power each other up, she gains the ability to control the weather.
  • Ship Tease: In "Pups Save the Camping Trip", Skye regards Chase as being "very sweet" for being concerned about her. They've also clicked particularly well on occasion, such as one instance where the two acted as Team Dad and Team Mom in getting the other pups going. Near the end of "Pups Save Friendship Day," Skye leans her head tenderly against Chase's chest, possibly hinting at her having deeper feelings for him.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She is the sole female member of the group until the introduction of Everest in Season 2.
  • Steven Ulysses Perhero: Skye is the air force member of the group.
  • Token Flyer: Skye embodies this trope in two ways; her pup-pack functions a jetpack, a feature unique to her, and her vehicle is a helicopter whereas the other pups' vehicles are all wheeled. To show her position as the sole flying member, the symbol on her tag is a propeller and a pair of wings.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Skye is the girly girl to Everest's tomboy.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Skye is very afraid of any eagles she may encounter during flight. However, she once faces this fear head-on in order to save a bunny an eagle intended to take as prey.
  • Vocal Evolution: Due to her original voice actress Kallan Holley going through puberty, her voice became deeper each season until Holley was replaced by Lilly Bartlam at the beginning of Season 6.

Later PAW Patrol members

    Cap'n Turbot 
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"This cap'n can do!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Ron Pardo
Voiced in English (UK) by: Andy Turvey
Voiced in French by: Martial Le Minoux
Voiced in Spanish by: Rodrigo de la Paz (Latin America)
Voiced in Korean by: Sa Seong-woong
Voiced in Japanese by: Keiichi Tsuzita
Voiced in Hebrew by: Gilad Kleter

Cap'n Turbot is the PAW Patrol's most frequent caller and best human friend. He is Adventure Bay's marine biologist and watchman, who provides Ryder and the pups with information on the bay's wildlife. He serves as a member of the PAW Patrol team in the Merpup-themed specials.

  • Added Alliterative Appeal: He refers to various creatures and scenarios he comes across in this manner. In fact, he speaks alliteratively so much that Ryder must "translate" for the pups on occasion.
  • Black Bead Eyes: Unlike the other humans, he has dots for eyes.
  • Blind Without 'Em: He's prone to wandering around aimlessly when he loses his glasses.
  • Butt-Monkey: He is sometimes treated as a human version of Marshall.
  • The Captain: As his name implies, he's a captain.
  • Catchphrase: His call-outs are "Turbot tackles trout!" and "This Cap'n can do!"
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Cap'n Turbot can be a bit out of it, at times, mostly due to being easily excitable.
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: He tends to make a number of seafood dishes that aren't very appealing to anyone other than himself (and sometimes Wally), such as squid jerky and fish cakes. He also baked a tray of cookies covered in jellyfish jam that, given the others' reactions to it, probably isn't as tasty as jellyfish jelly.
  • Demoted to Extra: He only makes two brief appearances in the movie.
  • Designated Victim: He earned the title of the PAW Patrol's most frequent caller because his expeditions land him in trouble on a routine basis. It's lampshaded when Ryder's monitor for displaying mission objectives has a special icon of Cap'n Turbot running around in circles and yelling, "Help! Help! Help!" (although this is phased out after season one).
  • Extreme Omnivore: Well, he does like eating a number of seafood products most people wouldn't eat. As well as doggie treats.
  • Genius Ditz: Cap'n Turbot is extremely knowledgeable when it comes to marine biology, but not when the topic is social skills.
  • Got Me Doing It: Listening to Francois' French accent occasionally causes the Cap'n to pronounce "the" as "ze."
  • Interspecies Friendship: He is good friends with Wally, his pet walrus who lives in the water around Seal Island.
  • Last-Name Basis: He's rarely referred to by his first name. As revealed in "Pups Save the Turbots", his first name is Horatio.
  • Nerd Glasses: He wears thick square glasses and he definitely qualifies as nerdy.
  • Nice Hat: A toboggan hat.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: He's a marine biologist, but in "Pups Bark with Dinosaurs" and "Pups Save a Big Bone," he's also a paleontologist. In "Pups Save a Lucky Collar," the Cap'n is shown conducting owl research, so apparently he's a biologist of all sorts.
  • Omniglot: Not only Speaks Fluent Animal, but he is also able to understand alien, and even alien rock.
  • Promoted to Opening Titles: Cap'n Turbot gets a part in the updated intro for season three, along with Everest and the PAW Patroller. His boat (the Flounder) is present in both the original theme song and the newer one.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Cap'n Turbot is intellectual and calm (blue), contrasting with Francois' enthusiastic and extroverted (red) personality.
  • Silly Walk: His normal walk is very clunky and awkward.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: He knows a lot about ocean animals, and he wears glasses.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: He has learned to speak quite a few different animal languages, such as narwhal, whale, and merpup.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Cap'n Turbot often snacks on squid jerky, and is usually the only one who wants any.

    Robo-Dog 
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A Robot Dog invented by Ryder. He debuted in "Pups Save Ryder's Robot" and continues to appear as the driver of the team's vehicles (namely Vehicle No. 08, the PAW Patroller, and Vehicle No. 10, the Air Patroller).

  • Absentee Actor: He doesn't appear in the movie, with Ryder taking the job of driving the PAW Patroller.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot:
    • When his antennae was damaged, Robo-Dog ran amok through Adventure Bay.
    • When Alex tried to fix him in "Pups In a Fix," he accidentally caused Robo-Dog to go on a "fixing" spree across town, "improving" things far beyond what was necessary, such as causing the Lookout's lift to launch itself into the air.
  • Ascended Extra: He gets a little more focus during season three, even being given his own Pup Pack.
  • The Driver: Of the PAW Patroller, and later, the Air Patroller, the Mission: PAW Cruiser, and the Sea Patroller and Sub Patroller.
  • Every Device Is a Swiss-Army Knife: In "Pups In a Fix," he is given a Pup Pack of his own, which serves a similar function to Rocky's, being packed with tools for repairing things.
  • Flight: Due to jet boosters on his paws.
  • Robot Buddy: As his name indicates.
  • Robot Dog: Duh.
  • Tunnel King: One fast digger.
  • The Voiceless: He doesn't speak, instead just barking in a synthesized tone.
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    Everest 
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"Ice or snow, I'm ready to go!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Berkley Silverman
Voiced in English (UK) by: Lois Hardie
Voiced in French by: Adeline Chetail
Voiced in Spanish by: Carolina Cortez (Latin America)
Voiced in Japanese by: Haruka Sugita

Everest is a Siberian Husky pup who handles snow/mountain rescues and was introduced in the Season 2 episode, "The New Pup". She joins the PAW Patrol after meeting up with them when they take up their operations on the road.

Her PAW Patrol house, Vehicle No. 09, is located at Jake's cabin and is a snowplow with a robotic grab arm.

    Tracker 
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"I'm all ears!"
Voiced in English by: David Lopez (Season 3-7), Mateo Carnovale (Season 8)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Fraser Martin
Voiced in Spanish by: Judith Noguera (Latin America)
Voiced in Japanese by: Sachi Matsumoto

Tracker is the youngest pup, a large-eared potcake who joined the team in Season 3. His vehicle is a jeep and he lives in the jungle.

    The Mighty Twins (Tuck and Ella) 
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Tuck voiced by: Eamon Hanson
Ella voiced by: Isabella Leo

The Mighty Twins were introduced in Season 6. They are Golden Retrievers, fraternal twins, and they handle Super PAWS missions.

Tropes shared between them:

Tropes exclusive to Tuck

Tropes exclusive to Ella

    Rex 
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"Let's dino do this!"
Voiced in English by: Luxton Handspiker

Rex is the newest member of the PAW Patrol, introduced in the Season 7 episode, "Dino Rescue: Pups and the Lost Dino Eggs." He is a Bernese Mountain Dog with lots of knowledge about dinosaurs, and he uses a wheel walker to get around. He lives in the Dino Wilds with Cap'n Turbots sister, Dr. Turbot, and his niece, Taylor Turbot.

    Wild Cat 
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"This cat is ready for a wild ride!"
Voiced in English by: Tristan Mammitzch

The first feline member of the PAW Patrol, also introduced in Season 7 in "Moto Pups: Pups vs the Ruff-Ruff Pack". An orange tabby cat with a mohawk, and the same non-standard cat design as Mr. Nibbles. He is an expert motorcycle stuntman.

  • A Cat in a Gang of Dogs: Goes without saying.
  • Badass Biker: A skilled motocross racer and stuntman.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "This cat always lands on his paws!"
    • "Clawsome!"
    • "Miaow-wow!"
    • "This cat's ready for a wild ride!"
  • Cool Bike: After his stunt bike is stolen and wrecked by Hubcap, Ryder repairs and upgrades it, incorporating a yarnball launcher, superspeed booster, and gripper claws in the tires.
  • Crisis Makes Perfect: He is first seen attempting to master a stunt involving three flips, and failing. But he finally pulls it off when he needs to jump his bike onto the runaway ferris wheel.
  • Furry Confusion: Unusually for a non-pup animal, he can speak perfect English.
  • Inexplicably Awesome: How he is able to talk when no other cat (save for the super-powered Copycat) can is left unexplained.
  • Ironic Fear: Despite being a cat, he has a strong fear of mice, enough that he jumps at the sight of them. He's ashamed of it until Ryder's encouragement helps him overcome it.
  • Reused Character Design: He has a modified version of the character model used for Mr. Nibbles/The Copycat.
  • Token Heroic Orc: The first cat to not be an antagonist or a snarky bystander.
  • Wall Crawl: His new bike has "gripper claws" in its wheels which allow it to scale even vertical surfaces.

    Liberty 
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Voiced in English by: Marsai Martin
Voiced in Spanish by: Nina Rubin
Voiced in Japanese by: Natsumi Abe

A female Dachshund who appears in the theatrical movie.

  • Ascended Fan Girl: She's been a fan of the PAW Patrol since before the events of the movie. Not only does she get to meet them, but she also joins their ranks.
  • Badass Biker: She is given a rocket-powered scooter when Ryder inducts her into the team
  • The Navigator: When the PAW Patrol accidentally drive into a traffic jam, Liberty uses her knowledge of Adventure City to guide Ryder through the back streets.
    "I'm like a furry GPS!"
  • Parental Abandonment: Implied; she is first seen sleeping under a newspaper in a back alley, with no parents or owners to speak of.
  • Plucky Girl: Don't let her small size fool you. She is a very spirited and outspoken pup.

Antagonist humans

    Mayor Humdinger 
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Voiced in English by: Ron Pardo
Voiced in French by: Philippe Roullier

The troublemaking mayor of Foggy Bottom. He often takes part in contests with Mayor Goodway.

  • 0% Approval Rating: The citizens of Adventure Bay are angry when he is around, especially when he tries to run a city normally ran by a good mayor who has straighter morals than him.
  • Atrocious Alias: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups Vs. the Copycat", he is given the unflattering sidekick name of "Foggy Boy" by the Copycat.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Ever since the first Mighty Pups special, Humdinger has wanted superpowers of his own. He finally got them in "Mighty Pups Super Paws: Pups Save a Mega Mayor"... and turned into a childish brute, whose only goal was to get as many kitties to play with as possible.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: "Pups Save a Good Mayor" reveals that his favorite ice cream flavor is spinach.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: Plays it straight. When he managed to kidnap at least one PAW Patrol member, or steal an artifact, his plans always backfires which results in him getting in trouble, saved by the heroes and receiving punishment for his actions.
  • Butt-Monkey: He regularly suffers humiliations and embarassment. It's at its worst in "Pups Vs. Three Super Baddies"; not only is he left out of the Villain Team-Up (even though he came up with the idea of stealing the Mighty Meteor), he ends up being forced to help clean up the mess, despite him pointing out that he had little to do with it.
  • Catchphrase: In earlier seasons after the Kitten Catastrophe Crew was introduced, he would say "You know what to do, Catastrophe Crew" when giving his kittens orders, but this was eventually dropped.
  • Chaste Toons: He has a nephew, Harold.
  • Cheaters Never Prosper: He commonly resorts to cheating to win, only to have the PAW Patrol dismantle his efforts, or for those efforts to backfire on him.
  • Competition Freak: He regularly challenges Mayor Goodway to contests, intent on using them as a way to prove himself superior. In "Pups Save the Marooned Mayors", he claimed he would catch a fish before her (and by that logic, be the "greatest mayor").
  • Complexity Addiction: In "Pups Save the PAW Patroller". After his own television breaks, he decides to steal the PAW Patroller so he can watch his favorite show on its screen. After the PAW Patrol reclaims the PAW Patroller, Ryder points out that Humdinger should have just bought a new television instead.
  • Cool Hat: In season 1, he wore an aviator's cap. From season 2 onward, he took to wearing a purple top hat.
  • Dastardly Whiplash: He may not be all in black, but the top hat, the mustache, and the suit all qualify.
  • Demoted to Dragon:
    • In the Ready Race Rescue special, he follows the lead of his cousin, The Cheetah.
    • In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups Vs. the Copycat". He tries to make the Copycat his new sidekick, but the villainous feline turns this around on him, and makes Humdinger his sidekick instead.
  • Did Not Think This Through:
    • In "Pups Take The Cake", he entered the exact same kind of cake in the baking contest as he did last year, saying "Once a winner, always a winner", which led to it being beaten by the pup's lookout cake.
    • In "Pups Save a Ferris Wheel", he tried to steal a Ferris wheel from Adventure Bay and roll it back to Foggy Bottom... only to discover he had no way of controlling where the wheel went.
    • In Pups Save Monkey-Dinger", he decided to put on the mystical monkey mask, never stopping to think what exactly the "mystical monkey power" would do to him.
    • "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save a Movie Monster": He stole the remote to Gigantasaur, despite not knowing how it worked. And when that failed, he tried to force the machine to Foggy Bottom by grabbing onto its tail, leading him to being dragged around by it.
    • In "Pups Save Election Day", he runs for mayor of Adventure Bay, never considering that, with all the trouble he regularly causes, the citizens wouldn't want to vote for him. In the end, he doesn't get a single vote.
  • Dreadful Musician: In "Pups Save Gustavo's Guitar", he believed he could play the guitar extremely well. But when he started playing Gustavo's guitar, he made a noise so bad that the Kitten Catastrophe Crew snatched the guitar away from him.
  • Dub Name Change: In the Japanese dub, he is literally named Mayor Rival.
  • Entertainingly Wrong: In the Mighty Pups special, he fully believed travelling into space would grant him ownership of it.
  • Entitled Bastard:
    • In "Pups Save a Gold Rush", he attempted to steal all of Mayor Goodway's uncle Otis's gold so he could make a statue of himself, believing he "deserved" to be a statue.
    • "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save a Movie Monster": Even after all the trouble he caused, he claimed "if anyone deserves popcorn, it's me!"
    • In "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: Pups Stop Harold's Big Freeze". Even after Harold betrays him and takes the meteor fragment for himself, Humdinger immediately believes the machine Harold is putting together with his restored powers is a "mayormobile" for him.
    • In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups Stop a Humdinger Hoard", he claims that people should do everything he says, simply because he's a mayor.
  • Early Installment Character Design Difference: When he debuted in "Pup Pup And Away", he originally wore a flight cap and a scarf, they were later replaced with his regular bow-tie and top-hat.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: When the PAW Patrol tried to stop him from stealing the golden bones in "Ultimate Rescue: Pups and the Hidden Golden Bones", he believed they just wanted the bones for themselves, and thought the claim of the chamber collapsing was a "likely story".
  • Evil Is Petty:
    • In "Pups Save a Stinky Flower", he gave Mayor Goodway the "gift" of a foul-smelling flower that was due to spread its seeds all over Adventure Bay, for no reason other than to be rotten.
    • In "Pups Save the Carnival", he was caught cheating at one of the carnival games, and banned from it. His response was to have the Kitten Catastrophe Crew sabotage the whole carnival and steal all the prizes.
    • In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups Stop A Big Bad Robot", when Harold shows off his rebuilt robot's new teleporting weapon, he suggests using it to go on a hat-snatching spree.
    • In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups Stop a Humdinger Hoard", his reaction to Katie telling him she can't wash his kittens because she's closing for lunch is to build his own pet salon out of spite, and later, to use his super-clones to steal the whole building.
    • In "Pups and the Stinky Bubble Trouble", he tries to play an extremely petty prank on the lookout tower while the PAW Patrol is away.
  • Evil Laugh: He has one.
  • Evil Uncle: Serves as this to Harold. Although Harold often proves himself to be worse than he is (and more competent, to boot).
  • Extreme Doormat: To his cousin in "Pups Stop the Cheetah". While staying at his lair, the Cheetah practically eats him out of house and home, and ultimately leaves him behind to enact her plans (which he had given her). Humdinger barely speaks a word of protest over any of this.
  • Fat Bastard: He's a bit fat, and he's villainous.
  • Fatal Flaw: Greed. Once he decides he wants something, he goes to absurd (and often unnecessary) steps to try and get it, leading to him getting into trouble along the way. Not to mention he is never satisfied with what he has, so even if he does get what he wants, he sabotages himself trying to get even a little more (such as in "Pups Save a Hum-Mover" and "Pups Save the Trick-or-treaters").
  • Flanderization: He started out as simply The Rival to Mayor Goodway. But over time, he has become a full-fledged Dastardly Whiplash-style villain, with his plans descending into petty and childish goals, such as stealing a pinata, or entering a pie swap just so he can steal them all.
  • Freudian Excuse: His desire to make Adventure Bay look bad and attempts to bring glory to Foggy Bottom is no doubt due to what a dingy, downcast place his town is.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He created the robotic cat Meow-Meow, and in "Pups Save a Trash-Dinger", a trash collecting and compacting truck.
  • Gave Up Too Soon: In "Mighty Pups Super Paws: When Super Kitties Attack", Humdinger takes time out of his and Harold's attempt to find another piece of the meteor to take a nap. Moments after he leaves, Harold finds the meteor piece, allowing him to enact his own plans.
  • His Own Worst Enemy: His impatience, recklessness, and lack of forethought have dismantled his plans just as much (or even moreso) as the PAW Patrol has.
  • Hulking Out: In "Mighty Pups Super Paws: Pups Save a Mega Mayor", he invoked this, and, in true Hulk style, lost his intelligence as a result.
  • Hypocrite:
    • In "Pups Save the Chili Cook-Off", he has the nerve to accuse Adventure Bay of cheating when the pups' chili wins the cook-off, despite the fact that he had been cheating the entire episode (and is subsequently exposed as having used store-bought chili in his recipe).
    • In "Pups Save an Underground Chicken", he is punished for trying to steal the golden Chickaletta statue by being forced to clean it. He loudly complains, stating that he shouldn't be doing it because he's a mayor. This in spite of the fact that he hardly ever acts like a real mayor (especially since mayors don't steal from other mayors).
    • "Pups Save the Go-Kart Racers": Despite his own tendency to gloat and mock others when he thinks he's won, he calls Alex a "sore winner" for coming in first place.
    • At the end of "Pups Stop a Pie-Clone", he complains about not getting one single pie, even though the whole mess started because he wasn't satisfied with the idea of getting one single pie.
  • I Reject Your Reality:
    • In "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save a Movie Monster". Despite admitting to himself the multiple reasons why Foggy Bottom isn't the best place to film a movie, he still tried to get Gigantasaur to go there in hopes of forcing the production to move there as well.
    • In "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save the Adventure Bay Games". After coming in last in every event of the games, he steals all the gold medals, claiming that this will make him a "super champion".
    • In "Pups Save a Sweet Mayor", he quickly convinces himself that the golden egg the Princess of Barkingburg gifted to Mayor Goodway was really meant for him instead.
  • Ignored Epiphany: In "Pups Save Friendship Day", Mayor Goodway told him he could have more friends if he just treated people more nicely, and he seems to go along with it, joining in on the Friendship Day celebrations. But, as later episodes show, this didn't take.
  • Implausible Deniability:
    • In "Pup-Fu", he insists he had absolutely nothing to do with the theft of Yumi's scroll. He's facing three members of the PAW Patrol with strong circumstantial evidence, and absolutely none of them believe a word he says.
    • In "Pups Save the Cat Show", he insists that his entry into the show, Meow-Meow, is not a robot, even though Meow-Meow is currently flying above the show on its rocket paws.
  • Insistent Terminology: In "Pups Save the Go-Kart Racers", he claims that his cheating is more like "guaranteed winning".
  • It's All About Me: He doesn't care who his plans hurt, as long as he gets what he wants. This was best shown in "Pups Save a Duck Pond", where he drained the titular duck pond, leaving the ducks without a home, to fill his own private swimming pool.
  • Karma Houdini: He's committed more than enough crimes to get sent to jail, but then the show would be over.
  • Karma Houdini Warranty: He finally receives this at the end of the movie, being imprisoned for all his crimes.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: In "Ultimate Rescue: Pups and the Hidden Golden Bones"; after his attempts to steal the bones almost caused adventure Bay to sink into the ground, the same bones are used to prop up the area above their hidden chamber. Since trying to steal them would trigger a collapse right above him, Humdinger has no choice but to leave them there.
  • Lethally Stupid: Never learns his lesson, and is always creating havoc in Adventure Bay rather than doing his job as an elected official. One has to wonder just how he stays in office after all the illegal acts he's committed. In "Dino Rescue: Pups and the Lost Dino Eggs," he refuses to let go of a baby T-Rex, even when its angry mother is chasing after him.
  • Manchild: In later seasons, he is shown doing such things as trying to steal toy prizes from a carnival, or even snatching all the candy from trick-or-treating kids on Halloween.
  • Mayor of a Ghost Town: Implied to be this in "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save a Movie Monster", where he admits to himself that Foggy Bottom doesn't have a lot of people.
  • Meaningful Name: The term "Humdinger" means "something extraordinary or remarkable of its kind".
  • The Millstone: In "Pups Save the Marooned Mayors". Practically every action he takes just makes things worse for himself and Mayor Goodway.
  • Momma's Boy: Revealed to be this in "Pups Save the Chicken Tulip", where he does everything he can to ensure his mother finds the eponymous flower first.
  • Moral Myopia:
    • He regularly cheats and resorts to underhanded deeds, but treats it like an outrage if he gets punished for it, and will even claim that it's "not fair".
    • In "Pups Save Thanksgiving", he believes himself to be the nicest person he knows, in spite of all his wicked deeds.
  • Narcissist:
    • In "Pups Save Friendship Day", he thought a cake shaped like himself was the best gift ever, even thinking it was "too beautiful" to eat.
    • In "Pups Save a Good Mayor", he takes over Adventure Bay in Mayor Goodway's absence, forcing everyone to dress like him and eat his favorite food. He also puts up a giant poster of himself.
    • In "Pups Save Heady Humdinger", he has his kittens carve his face into a mountainside.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a top hat all the time.
  • One-Hour Work Week: While Goodway is often seen doing her job, Humdinger has a lot of time to hang around Adventure Bay messing with Goodway. It probably helps that we never, ever see any other residents. Mayor Goodway even lampshades the fact that he's always snooping around Adventure Bay in "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save the Royal Kitties".
  • Playing Sick: In "Pups Save a Hum-Mover", he fakes a broken foot to get out of losing a race, then uses the sympathy from his "injury" to get free things from the people of Adventure Bay.
  • Surprisingly Realistic Outcome: In "Pups Save a Hum-Mover", he cheats like usual during his race with Mayor Goodway, gaining the lead. But since he was relying on cheating to win, he never really bothered to train, and soon becomes exhausted, allowing Goodway to catch up to, and even pass him.
  • The Rival: To Mayor Goodway.
  • Smart Ball: Surprisingly enough, he holds this in the Ready Race Rescue special; When the Cheetah scoffs at the idea of Marshall being a challenge after she beat him before, Humdinger points out that Marshall is being trained by the Whoosh, meaning that he won't be so easy to beat the next time they race.
  • Smug Snake: To mustache-twirling levels.
  • Sore Loser: Will usually complain or storm off when he is defeated.
  • Stupid Evil: He repeatedly tries to cause trouble around Adventure Bay, oblivious to the fact that the PAW Patrol will always stop him. In "Pups Save a Ferris Wheel", he gloated to himself over lying to the PAW Patrol about not performing any more wicked deeds - even though those deeds never succeed. "Pups Stop the Cheetah" shows that he actually keeps a scrapbook chronicling his failed schemes - making it even more unbelievable that he's never learned from his mistake.
  • Supervillain Lair: He has a secret hideout in a cave outside Foggy Bottom.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: In season one, he was a pompous gloater, but he at least played by the rules. From season two onwards, he is often seen resorting to cheating, and even sabotaging his competition in order to win.
  • Ultimate Job Security: How he has managed to keep his position, after all the illegal things he has done (he even has what seems to be an evil lair), is a mystery.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Humdinger has demonstrated that, upon being rescued by the PAW Patrol from something like falling to his death, he'll go right back to trying to screw them over.
  • Unsportsmanlike Gloating: Loves to rub his past victories in Mayor Goodway's face.
  • Villain Decay: Has become more incompetent as time goes by, with his own cheating ways often backfiring on him. "The Pups' Winter Wonder Show" even showed his scheme of the day failing without the PAW Patrol having to intervene (granted, he did give up, but still). Several later villains have proven their superiority over him by using, manipulating and humiliating him.
  • Villains Out Shopping:
    • In "Pups in a Jam", he takes part in the jam-making contest, with none of his usual cheating tactics.
    • In "Pups Save a Sky Surfer", he is seen walking through Adventure Bay, minding his own business.
  • Villain Team-Up: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups vs. the Copycat", he teams up with Mr. Nibbles/The Copycat as his sidekick, "Foggy Boy". Unfortunately for Humdinger, after Copycat's plan is foiled, he has no issue leaving Humdinger and the KCC for dead on top of his collapsing tower, forcing them to be saved by the PAW Patrol.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Has kidnapped the pups on several occasions and once caused active injuries to two of them while cheating at basketball. And then there's his assistance in Ryder's kidnapping in the first "Mighty Pups".
  • Vocal Evolution: Mayor Humdinger's voice in the first season sounded very demanding and impatient, but in the first half of the second season, he sounds more low-pitched and mannish. Until later episodes, his voice is less-demanding and more higher.

    Sid Swashbuckle 
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"I'm a sneaky pirate, I am!"
Voiced by: Charles Vandervaart

A young pirate with a drive to steal anything he can get his hands on. He first appears in "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Puplantis".

  • Alliterative Name: Sid Swashbuckle.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: He appears to be a kleptomaniac.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Said word for word in "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Their Pirated Sea Patroller":
    "Shiny! Looks like something I need, need, need!"
  • Benevolent Boss: Even though he never listens to Arrby's suggestions, Sid treats his first mate very well.
  • Big Bad: He's the main villain of the Sea Patrol arc.
  • The Bus Came Back: After two years and seasons of absence, he finally returned to the show in Season 7's "Pups Save the Pupmobiles".
  • Color-Coded Eyes: His green eyes represent his ambition in stealing things.
  • The Determinator: Implied in "Sea Patrol: Pups Save A Sunken Sloop", where he says he never gives up after Ryder asks him to give up the sloop.
  • Dressed to Plunder: Wears classic pirate clothes, such as a tricorner hat, boots, jacket and bandanna.
  • Dub Name Change: The French dub changed his surname to Laratisse.
  • Evil Is Hammy: Quite possibly the hammiest villain of them all.
    "We need help! NEED IT!"
  • Evil Redhead: Has red hair, and is very passionate about his piracy.
  • Greed: Once he sees something, he decides he needs it, even if he already has several of the item in question.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Come on; no one who takes care of (and steals to provide for) a dog can be 100% evil.
  • Keet: He is fairly easily excitable. Sometimes to the point of knocking his hat over his eyes.
    Sid: Arrr! Well, I need All of Them, for something.
  • Large Ham: Yells a lot of his lines, often slips into pirate-speak, gets really excited over small things...yep, definitely fits the bill.
  • Lethally Stupid: In "Pups Save a Sunken Sloop", he just kept coming back, trying to take the sloop, even after it was made clear that the giant sea slug living in it would not allow that.
  • Meaningful Name: A pirate with a surname based on "swashbuckler". However, he normally is referred to as a buccaneer.
  • Moral Myopia: In "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Pirated Sea Patroller", he reacts to Ryder and the pups tricking him into abandoning the Sea Patroller in favor of a seemingly better-looking ship (actually a shadow) by saying it's "not fair". Ryder is quick to point out his hypocrisy.
  • Narcissist: Shows shades of this, often calling himself a clever/sneaky pirate.
  • Never Bareheaded: When he throws his hat to the ground in frustration in "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Puplantis", he's shown to wear a bandanna underneath the hat.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a typical pirate hat, and has a bandanna underneath.
  • A Pirate 400 Years Too Late: He displays multiple stereotypes associated with pirates.
  • Pirate: Well, obviously.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red Oni to Arrby's Blue Oni. Sid has none of Arrby's empathy and self-control, instead being a selfish Large Ham.
  • Rule of Three: He doesn't just need it. He need, need, needs it.
  • Sailor's Ponytail: A pirate with a ponytail.
  • "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: In "Pups vs. Ouchy Paws", he and Arrrby dress up as a legendary ghost so he can steal Danny's new skateboard.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Has red hair and green eyes, and is the antagonist of the Sea Patrol episodes.
  • Skewed Priorities: He didn't care that the stolen Clam of Puplantis was weighing down his ship by making so many pearls; he just wanted to keep his loot.
  • Sticky Fingers: Tries to steal anything that catches his eye, even mundane objects like life preservers.
  • Talk Like a Pirate: Fitting his status as a pirate.
    Sid: Arrr! Why are we moving slowly?
  • Teens Are Monsters: A vaguely teen-looking villain.
  • Vague Age: Despite looking like a teen, the wiki lists him as an adult.
  • Villain Song: He has one in "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Puplantis": "Sid the Pirate".
  • Vocal Dissonance: In the UK dub, his voice sounds like a 40-year-old junkie, which contrasts him having a healthy teenage body.
  • Youthful Freckles: If you look really closely, you can see that he has some freckles on his face.

    Harold Humdinger 
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Voiced by: Chance Hurstfield

Mayor Humdinger's nephew, a young inventor, and the main villain of the Mighty Pups special.

  • Alliterative Name: Harold Humdinger.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: He has a gap in his teeth.
  • Child Prodigy: He's around the same age as Ryder and he's already an expert inventor, even though his inventions don't always work.
  • Didn't See That Coming: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups Stop a Big Bad Bot", he was unprepared for the Mighty Pups' new charged up powers.
  • Egopolis: In "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: When Super Kitties Attack", his plan to carve out Adventure Bay from the mainland, creating an island he can rule over, and intends to rename "Harold Humdinger Island".
  • Enfant Terrible: He may be a little boy, but that doesn't stop him from committing acts that are even worse than his uncle's.
  • Evil Nephew: Albeit a rare example where the uncle is also evil.
  • Freeze Ray: He builds one in "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: Pups Stop Harold's Big Freeze", and tries to use it to turn the whole world into his own frozen kingdom.
  • Hypocrite: In "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: Pups Stop Harold's Big Freeze", his reaction to being frozen by Everest is to complain that it's "not nice to freeze people!" He does recognise this hypocrisy immediately after, though.
  • I Meant to Do That: A Running Gag is the helmet of his supervillain costume dropping down over his eyes, with Harold readjusting it and invoking this.
  • Insufferable Genius: He's as arrogant as his uncle, but actually has the intelligence to back it up.
  • Irony: After being stuck in the arctic at the end of "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: Pups Stop Harold's Big Freeze", Harold admits that he actually hates the cold.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Just like his uncle.
  • Running Gag: His supervillain helmet tends to drop down over his eyes.
  • The Starscream: At first, he simply goes along with his uncle's plans. But near the end of the special, he takes charge, stealing the meteor for himself. He does this again in "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: When Super Kitties Attack"; after Humdinger abandons their attempt to find a piece of the meteor to take a nap, Harold finds it himself and puts his own Evil Plan into action. In "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: Pups Stop Harold's Big Freeze", he snatches another meteor piece before his uncle can get it, and uses his returned powers to build a Freeze Ray, with Humdinger being its first victim.
  • Technopath: The meteor gives him the ability to control and assemble machines with his mind.

    Ladybird 
Voiced by: Bryn McAuley
The main villain of "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: Meet the Mighty Twins". A thief with a taste for shiny objects who stumbles upon a necklace containing a fragment of the meteor that gave the pups superpowers. She uses her new powers to go on a crime spree.

  • Catchphrase: "If it shines, it's mine!"
  • De-Power: The necklace that gave her her powers is removed by Tuck.
  • Flight: One of the abilities granted to her by the meteor fragment.
  • Gag Nose: She has a big pointy nose that looks like a beak.
  • Narcissist: The reason she steals shiny objects is so she can look at her reflection, and praise herself.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Her real name is never mentioned.
  • Running Gag: She is often referred to as "Birdlady", deeply annoying her.
  • Sticky Fingers: She snatches up every shiny object she can get her hands on.
  • Super Strength: Another of her powers, allowing her to lift even the golden Chickaletta statue.
  • Tron Lines: Her supervillain costume has glowing blue lines.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: She is last seen chasing after a crab that picked up her necklace.

    The Cheetah 
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Voiced by: Addison Holley
One of the five racers who competes in the Adventure Bay 500 and is Mayor Humdinger’s cousin. She is the Whoosh’s fiercest competitor who uses glue, tire spikes, smoke screens, a plunger and a KRC Insignia that is infused with an EMP. She hatches a plan to steal the other racer’s cars in order to be the last racer standing, which Humdinger is forced to do. When Humdinger accidentally kidnaps the Whoosh. she commands him to get him away from the Race until she wins.

  • Animal Motifs: Name notwithstanding, her racing outfit is very obviously cheetah-themed, with her shirt having a cat face, her helmet with cat ears, her shoes having cat paws on the soles, and a spot pattern that adorns the helmet, sleeves and pants. This theming carries over to her car during the first race.
  • The Bus Came Back: She returns in "Pups Stop the Cheetah", nearly two years after her first appearance.
  • Compressed Hair: She wears her hair in twin pigtails, which are somehow able to fit inside her racing helmet with no trouble at all.
  • Crippling the Competition: Managed to defeat the Whoosh and Marshall at the first race and stealing the cars preventing three racers to race.
    • Sabotaging the Whoosh's vehicle twice. First by stopping him at the starting line and later causing him to crash into the field, spraining his arm.
    • She uses the rope from her vehicle and slingshots to render Marshall dizzy.
  • Fatal Flaw: Her Ego. She always aims to be first and resorts to cheating to win the race.
  • Foreshadowing: Her drifting in the face of the Pups (especially Marshall) reveals tire tracks with kitty paw patterns. Also solved by Marshall too.
    Marshall: So that's why you took all the cars. To use their parts.
  • Humiliation Conga: First, she loses the big race to Marshall. Then, dizzy from her last-ditch attempt at cheating backfiring, she runs afoul of her car's own tricks. Finally, she falls off her cousin's kitty carrier as they retreat.
  • It's All About Me: Even more so then her cousin. When Humdinger shows her spy footage of Marshall being trained by the Woosh, she initially dismisses it, due to not being in the footage herself.
  • Moral Myopia: When one of her cheating attempts actually helps Marshall to keep up with her, she cries out "No fair!"
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Is only ever referred to by her racing name.
  • I Shall Return: "The Cheetah Shall Return!" (falls flat) "HEY! Wait for me!"
  • Punny Name: For 2 reasons. Named after the Cheetah predator and she cheats during the race.
  • Pimped-Out Car: She steals the other racers' cars to enhance her cheating gear.
  • Related Differently in the Adaptation: The Japanese dub changes her relationship to Mayor Humdinger to niece and uncle instead of cousins.
  • Removing the Rival: Managed to cripple the Whoosh, preventing him from racing in the Round the World Road Rally.
  • Start My Own: In "Pups Start the Cheetah", she decides to create her own racetrack, and attempts to destroy the jungle to do so.
  • Ungrateful Bitch: In "Pups Stop the Cheetah". Her cousin invited her to stay over, and gives her the idea to steal the PAW Patroller. She shows no gratitude toward him for either of these, Eating all the food in his lair and callously leaving him in the dust.

    Duke of Flappington 
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Voiced by: Ashton Frank
The Princess of Barkingburg's distant cousin, and the main villain of the Jet to the Rescue special.

  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He initially presents himself as friendly and kind... before revealing his true colors.
  • Blatant Lies: After being defeated, he tries to pass off his actions as a "prank".
  • I Lied: He forms an alliance with Sweetie to steal the Jewel of Barkingburg, claiming that he will help her be queen... only to betray her and take the jewel for himself.
  • Lazy Bum: He never flies his jet himself, instead having his pet eagle Jean-Claude do all the work.
  • Miles Gloriosus: Despite not flying himself, he considers himself the greatest pilot ever.
  • Never My Fault: In "Rescue Knights: Pups Save a Sleeping Dragon", he blames Claw for their plan's failure, claiming "this is what I get for listening to a dog". He completely overlooks the fact that he was the one who approached Claw for an alliance in the first place.
  • The Usurper: What he wants to be. His goal is to oust his cousin from the throne and make himself King of Barkingburg.
  • Villain Team-Up:
    • He strikes a bargain with Sweetie in his first appearance, only to doublecross her the first chance he gets.
    • He allies himself with Claw during the Rescue Knights subseries.

Antagonist animals

    The Kitten Catastrophe Crew 
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A sextet of kittens in similar gear to the PAW Patrol, Mayor Humdinger has sometimes used them to sabotage competitions with Mayor Goodway.

  • Cats Are Mean: Depending on the Writer. While they are loyal to Humdinger, their first appearance had them show remorse and undo the damage they did. Their next appearance, however, has them right back to sabotaging things with glee.
  • Cats Hate Water: Clearly averted in the case of Zuma's counterpart.
  • Dirty Coward: In "Pup Fu", they all ganged up on Marshall, but ran away when the rest of the pups came to back him up.
  • Dub Name Change: Unsurprisingly, the Kitten Catastrophe Crew is known as the Nyan Patrol in the Japanese dub.
  • Enfant Terrible: They are kittens and are perfectly willing to assist Mayor Humdinger with his villainous schemes.
  • Evil Counterpart: Well, not necessarily evil, but they are effectively an antithesis to the PAW Patrol, being a group that ruins, damages, and sabotages things on the orders issued out by their human organizer. In addition, none of them can talk, instead meowing like real cats.
  • Ignored Epiphany: While they showed remorse for their actions in their debut episode, the next episode has them go right back to gleefully sabotaging things anyway.
  • No Name Given: They are never given names on screen. If an episode summary mentions one of them (like "Pups Save a Flying Kitty"), they refer to them by the PAW Patrol member they resemble (like "Skye kitty").
  • The Psycho Rangers: Their main role in the series, right down to wearing the same colors, uniforms, and equipment as the PAW Patrol, and having a kitten's paw in place of the usual pup paw insignia.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Like their owner, they rarely show any gratitude when the PAW Patrol saves them.

    Meow-Meow 
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A robot cat created by Mayor Humdinger to be his entry for the cat show in "Pups Save the Cat Show".

  • The Driver: She served as this for mayor Humdinger's tour bus in "Pups Save a Tour Bus"/
  • Evil Counterpart: Could be seen as one to Robo-Dog, seeing as she is an additional, robotic member of the Kitten Catastrophe Crew.
  • Flight: Like Robo-Dog, she has jet boosters in her paws that allow her to do this.
  • Robot Me: Her appearance is based on Cali's.

    Sweetie 
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Voiced by: Anya Cooke

Sweetie is a White Highland Terrier owned by the Princess of Barkingburg. She makes her debut appearance in the episode "Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown". Not content with simply being a pet, she has designs on the kingdom's crown.

She has her own version of a pup pack, containing tools she utilizes for thievery. She also has a purple roadster which turns into a hovercraft.

  • Anti-Hero: Becomes this in the Jet to the Rescue special.
  • Big Bad: Of most of her episodes.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing (Heh...): Pun aside, she can act nice and pleasant when she wants to, but her true personality is never far from the surface.
  • The Bus Came Back: After "Mission PAW: Pups Save the Royal Throne", she suffered a long absence from the series, returning in "Mission PAW: Pups Save a Royal Concert", over a year and a half later.
  • The Cameo: She makes a brief appearance in the Ready Race Rescue special, trying to steal the princess's crown while she's distracted by the race.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Sweetie is aware of her misdeeds and takes pride in them, outright proclaiming herself to be bad and referring to Busby as her minion.
  • Companion Cube: Her toy frog, Busby, whom she sometimes talks to as if it is alive.
  • Cute Is Evil: She may seem sweet and cuddly, as her name suggests, but she is really a Spoiled Brat.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Sweetie tends to be this sometimes, especially when annoyed.
  • Didn't Think This Through: In "Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown", Sweetie attempts to escape by air in her hovercraft, but is chased by Skye. In an attempt to lose Skye, she performs a barrel roll, causing the crown of Barkingburg to fall off her head. Sweetie then unclips her seatbelt, dropping out of the hovercraft in an attempt to grab the crown. She immediately lampshades her poor decision by yelling "That was a bad idea!"
  • Does Not Like Spam:
    • "Mission PAW: Pups Save the Princess' Pals" reveals that she can't stand regular puppy food.
    • "Rescue Knights: Pups Break the Ice" shows that she has a very low tolerance for spicy food.
  • Dub Name Change: An odd version in the French dub; the dialogue calls her Vicky, but the subtitles call her Monange.
  • Easily Forgiven: Played with. Despite her misdeeds, the Princess just can't stay mad at Sweetie... though she always sends her to her doghouse as punishment.
  • Enemy Mine: She works with the PAW Patrol to stop the Duke of Flappington in the Jet to the Rescue special.
  • Enfante Terrible: She is a pup and evil.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: In the Jet to the Rescue special. As much as she covets the Princess' throne, Sweetie has no desire to harm her to get it. She is also horrified when the Duke of Flappington attempts to drop Big Benji on the castle.
  • Evil Brit: A naughty pup with a refined British accent. It's worth noting that she's one of the few characters on the show to receive no dub in the British English version, being covered by the same actress.
  • Evil Laugh: She has one, which usually ends with a snort.
  • Frame-Up: After stealing the crown, she frames Chase with the theft.
  • Ironic Name: She is anything but sweet.
  • Light Is Not Good: Her fur is pure white, and she is a sneaky and conniving pup.
  • Noblewoman's Laugh: First heard in her cameo in "Ready Race Rescue", she is fittingly given one in the Japanese dub, and still retains the snort.
  • Performance Anxiety: She is revealed to suffer from this in "Mission PAW: Pups Save a Royal Concert", freezing up in front of the crowd gathered to see Luke Stars.
  • "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: In Mission PAW: Royally Spooked, she tries to claim the castle of Barkingburg for herself by remotely controlling the suits of armor there, hoping to make the Princess and Earl believe it's haunted and make them abandon it.
  • Spoiled Brat: After briefly being allowed to wear the crown, she orders a servant to bring her a hundred hamburgers, with the intention of taking a single bite out of each one.
    Sweetie (to servant): You there! Get me a hamburger! No; a hundred hamburgers! I'm going to take a bite out of every one of them! Fun!
  • Token Heroic Orc: Inverted. She is the first pup to play a villainous role on the show.
  • Troll: Sweetie is very mischievous and loves to mess with others, specifically the PAW Patrol and the princess.
  • Ungrateful Bitch: She needed to be saved by the PAW Patrol in the first two Mission PAW episodes, but doesn't show any gratitude in either case. Averted in "Rescue Knights: Pups Save a Dozing Dragon", where she thanks Marshall for waking her up from her smoke-induced stupor without any backhanded comments.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Once she frames Chase, she makes herself look like a hero by "recovering" the crown from him, and for a brief time is made the Queen of Barkingburg (until the PAW Patrol expose her lies).

    Arrby 
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Voiced by: Meesha Contreras

A dachshund pup who is the first mate of Sid Swashbuckle the Pirate. He first appears in "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Puplantis".

    Mr. Nibbles/The Copycat 
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Voiced by: Callum Shoniker
Click here  to see him as The Copycat

Hailey Daily's pet tabby cat who is a villain featured in the "Mighty Pups, Charged Up" sub-series. He has all the same powers as the Mighty Pups.

  • All Your Powers Combined: After he gets hit with a fragment of the meteor, he gains access to all of the Mighty Pups' powers.
  • Attention Whore: He wants Hailey's attention more than anything.
  • Cats Are Mean: He beats out the Kitten Catastrophe Crew in terms of evilness.
  • Cats Are Superior: He is a cat, and is arguably the most dangerous villain in the show so far.
  • Copycat Mockery: He has a habit of mockingly repeating the words of those who annoy him.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: The names he gives to each of his schemes are this (E.G. his Towering Tower of Towerness in his debut episode).
  • Didn't Think This Through: He didn't exactly consider whether or not he or Hailey could actually survive the meteor crash.
  • Enfant Terrible: Presumably a kitten, and he's evil.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Everything he does in his debut appearance is to get his owner's attention.
  • Frame-Up: In the Original 5s episode "Pups Vs. a Copycat Marshall", he steals Marshall's Mighty Vehicle and uses his powers to frame Marshall for causing trouble around Adventure Bay.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He's jealous of the Mighty Pups because he thinks Hailey likes them more than him, which is why he wants to become more powerful than them. He also gets bonus points for literally having green eyes.
  • Karma Houdini: At the end of his debut appearance, he manages to escape punishment; justified in that he actually has a secret identity.
  • Knight of Cerebus: While the show's previous villains were usually harmless, the same cannot be said for Mr. Nibbles. Not only does he have a deep hatred for the PAW Patrol, but he also had no problem with abandoning Mayor Humdinger and the Kitten Catastrophe Crew on a building that was on the verge of collapsing, which would have killed them. Luckily, the PAW Patrol managed to save them in time, but just the thought that the Copycat would leave people to die is absolutely horrific!
  • Lack of Empathy: He is perfectly willing to let a meteor crush Adventure Bay if it means he becomes more powerful than the Mighty Pups, which would have killed who knows how many citizens.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: In "Mighty Pups Charged Up: Pups Vs the Dome", he put up a dome around town hall so he could get all the pies for himself. By the end of episode, it is shown that eating all those pies gave him a stomach ache.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: He has a slim design which is unlike that of the other cats featured in the show.
  • Purple Is Powerful: His supervillain outfit is purple, and he has all the Mighty Pups' powers.
  • Running Gag: His Evil Laugh being interrupted by him coughing on a hairball.
  • Suddenly Speaking: After he gets hit by a fragment of the meteor, he speaks.
  • Super Empowering: He is shown to have this ability in the Original 5s short "Pups Vs the Teenybots", restoring Harold's powers with just a tap of his paws.
  • Talking Animal: Unlike other non-canine animals who can't speak, he can. Justified, as the meteor fragment is what gave him that ability.
  • Uplifted Animal: The meteor fragment also gives him the ability to speak.
  • Villain Team-Up:
    • He teams up with Mayor Humdinger... er, "Foggy Boy" and his Kitten Catastrophe Crew. However, after his plan is foiled, he leaves them for dead by leaving them on top of his collapsing tower, forcing the PAW Patrol to save them.
    • He also teams up with Harold in the Original 5s short "Pups Vs the Teenybots".
    • He teams up with both Harold and the Ladybird in "Pups Vs Three Super Baddies".
  • Would Hurt a Child: He shows no mercy when he shoots Ryder out of the sky and frames Marshall for a crime he didn't commit in one of the Original 5s shorts.

    Jean-Claude 
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The Duke of Flappington's pet eagle.

    The Ruff-Ruff Pack (Hubcap, Gasket and Dwayne) 
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Dwayne, Gasket, Hubcap
Voiced in English by: Julian Crispo (Hubcap), Madison Abbot (Gasket), Osias Reid (Dwayne)

A trio of motorcycle-riding pups who love to cause trouble. They first appear in "Moto Pups: Pups Vs. the Ruff-Ruff Pack!".

  • Affably Evil: Dwayne is pleasant and friendly, but loves to cause trouble just like his teammates.
  • The Big Guy: Dwayne. Being a great dane, he's easily the biggest pup in the series.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Dwayne is often eneamoured by cute creatures (like kittens).
  • Compressed Hair: Gasket has a lock of gray-and-white white hair that hangs down over her eyes, and is somehow able to fit under her helmet.
  • The Ditz: Dwayne isn't very bright.
  • For the Evulz: They cause trouble simply for the fun of it.
  • Glad I Thought of It: Hubcap is quick to claim his teammates' ideas for his own.
  • The Goggles Do Nothing: Dwayne wears a pair of goggles over his helmet, which he never puts over his eyes.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Gasket in "Pups Save a Moto Mayor". When Mayor Goodway starts gaining the others' favor, she grows quite resentful over it.
  • I Meant to Do That: Gasket has a habit of messing up motorcycle tricks, then claiming she meant for them to go that way.
  • Know When to Fold Them: Dwayne is quick to bail out if things get "too Ruff-Ruff" for him.
  • The Napoleon: Hubcap, being a bulldog, is the shortest of the Pack, but also their overly pushy-leader.
  • Never My Fault: According to Gasket, Hubcap has wrecked several bikes in his time, and always blamed the bikes for it.
  • Odd Name Out: Hubcap and Gasket are both named for machine parts. Dwayne, not so much.
  • Only Sane Man: Dwayne is the only one to think that jumping into the Adventure Bay ferris wheel might be a bad idea.
  • Reused Character Design: Hubcap and Gasket's designs are heavily modified versions of Rubble and Everest's. Dwayne is the only one with a wholly original design.
  • Spikes of Villainy: Their helmets and Pup-Packs all have spikes on them.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Hubcap nevers show any gratitude toward the PAW Patrol whenever they get him and his crew out of trouble.
  • Wrench Wench: Gasket is an amateur inventor.

    Claw 
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Voiced by: Kit Rakusen
The main antagonist of the "Rescue Knights" subseries, Claw is a Doberman pup and was a knight of Barkingburg before his ambition cost him his knighthood. His goal is to prove he's the best in all the land by taming a powerful red dragon he calls "Sparks".

  • Cheaters Never Prosper: In "Rescue Knights: Pups Save a Tournament", he attempts to use Sparks to sabotage his competition in the tournament, a plan which totally fails.
  • Dragon Rider: Desperately wants to be one to the point it cost him his knighthood. He particularly sets his eyes on a red, purple-fire-breathing dragon he dubs as "Sparks". He gets his first taste of a successful dragon ride with the help of a magical dragon tooth that makes any dragon obey its wearer's commands.
  • Evil Brit: A Barkingburg native and speaks in a posh accent? Unmistakably British. Wants to burn Barkingburg to the ground as disproportionate retribution for losing his knighthood? Unmistakably evil.
  • Fallen Hero: The first antagonist in the series to be portrayed as such. He was stripped of his knighthood when he, to prove his greatness, tried to tame a dragon from the northern highlands, which is forbidden as the dragons are dangerous unless left undisturbed. Presumably, since he was worthy enough for being knighted in the first place, he performed heroic deeds on par to that of the PAW Patrol's rescues in the past. Alluded by his pup-tag, which is in the shape of a shield that has only ever been attributed to the PAW Patrol, meaning he was Barkingburg's equivalent of a PAW Patrol all by himself.
  • Glory Seeker: He wants to prove that he's the greatest knight in the land, and to him, that means taming the most dangerous creatures in Barkingburg, which are literal fire-breathing, flying dragons.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He has dark-green eyes and believes he's the only knight Barkingburg needs. He doesn't take it kindly when the Princess of Barkingburg knights six other pups to take his place.
  • Phlebotinum Breakdown: Unusually for a character with a pup-pack, he has to argue with his own equipment to make it barely follow his commands, making him fumble his feats that would otherwise be impressive.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Covered in gray and purple armor, and wants to prove he's the most powerful of all the knights, which he succeeded at briefly when he was in command of Sparks.
  • Symbolically Broken Object: His emblem is the Barkingburg crown with a prominent crack, symbolizing the degradation of his knighthood.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: In "Rescue Knights: Pups Save Excalibark", he shows no gratitude toward Chase for saving him from falling, since his plan was still ruined.
    "Thanks for nothing!"

    Sparks 
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A fantastical monstrous creature hailing from the Dragon Highlands, and the reason why Claw is a threat to Barkingburg.

  • Our Dragons Are Different: He has all the traits of a dragon as you'd expect: huge, red, immensely strong, can fly, and can breathe purple flame. Except he behaves more like a dog than the Doberman who tenuously commands him.
  • Technicolor Fire: His flames are purple.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: As everyone finds out in "Pups Save a Dozing Dragon," he loves marshmallows so much that he swallows entire barrelfuls of them, and follows the orders of anyone who will give him even one single piece.

Adventure Bay citizens/Other humans

    Mayor Goodway 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Deann Degruijter (season 1-6), Kim Roberts (season 7-present)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Niki Felstead
Voiced in French by: Nathalie Homs
Voiced in Spanish by: Yannina Quiroz (Latin America/first voice), Maureen Herman (Latin America/second voice)
Voiced in Korean by: Saehae Kim
Voiced in Japanese by: Masako Katsuki

As her title says, Mayor Goodway is the mayor of Adventure Bay who frequently calls upon the PAW Patrol for help. Usually, it's for issues involving her pet chicken, Chickaletta.

  • Ambiguously Brown: It's not clear what race Goodway is supposed to be, though she resembles an African-American. Her niece and nephew are even more ambiguous, maybe outright biracial.
  • Beauty Mark: Just look at her image and you'll see it.
  • Chaste Toons: Mayor Goodway has a niece and nephew, but no children of her own. Unless you count Chickaletta, whom she dotes upon.
  • Demoted to Extra: She only makes two appearances in the movie.
  • Early Installment Character Design Difference: She wore teal shoes and a white blouse in Season One. In later seasons, she wears red shoes and a pink blouse.
  • Fangirl: Of Luke Stars.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Well, she wears a purple skirt...but we wouldn't exactly call her graceful.
  • Large Ham: She tends to get a wee bit melodramatic when she needs help. Or whenever she speaks, really.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name comes from the term "in a good way", citing that her intentions are always good.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite being overly dramatic, Goodway is a respectable mayor, who only wants what's best for her city.
  • Serious Business: In her distress calls, Mayor Goodway tends to regard every issue, whether minor (such as getting a bat out of the city hall belfry) or major (such as getting stuck out in the Bay on two occasions), with an overly dramatic flair. She also tends to get this way about Chickaletta, often freaking out more than the chicken does.
  • True Blue Femininity: Wears a blue cardigan.
  • Vocal Evolution: Her voice has got more dramatic as the series went on.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: In "Moto Pups: Pups Save a Moto Mayor", she infiltrates the Ruff-Ruff Pack (under the alias of "Mayor Badway", believing that once she joins them, she can convince them to do nice things.

    Francois 
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Voiced in English by: Peter Cugno
Voiced in French by: Donald Reignoux

Cap'n Turbot's cousin and sidekick who works as a zoologist and nature photographer. He lives with the Cap'n in the Seal Island lighthouse and has a French accent.

  • Attention Whore: He loves attention, no matter how he gets it.
  • Best Out of Infinity: In "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Frozen Flounder", he keeps challenging Horatio to thumb wrestling matching matches this way, leading up to the hundreds.
  • Black Bead Eyes: Has these along with his cousin.
  • Camera Fiend: He is seen more often with his "special underwater high-def, hi-fi, Wi-Fi camera" than not.
  • Competition Freak: Several episodes show him getting into competitions with his cousin. In "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Frozen Flounder", he insisted on repeated thumb wrestling matches, despite the fact that Horatio had won every single one.
  • Everything Sounds Sexier in French: Skye seems to think so. Whenever Francois needs rescuing, she can be heard saying "Poor Francois!" and she fawns over him in "Pups Save the Turbots."
  • French Jerk: He has a habit of trying to claim all the credit for any discoveries he and his cousin make together. He also often talks down to the Cap'n, thinking he is the superior cousin, and often tries to best him in competition.
  • Giftedly Bad: He hasn't taken a single good photograph, but considers photography his favourite hobby.
  • Glory Hound: He's eager to become famous, usually by taking pictures of rare and/or undiscovered creatures.
  • How Do You Say: In "Pups Save the Critters", he stumbles when trying to remember an English word. "I am...how you say it...good?"
  • I Reject Your Reality: In "Pups Save a Frozen Flounder", he claims that he can't be beat in thumb wrestling... despite the fact that Horatio has bested him every time.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Has a tendency to recklessly rush into things.
  • Nature Lover: He gets carried away with trying to locate rare creatures (including elephants, giant sea slugs, and blue-footed booby birds).
  • Narcissist: A textbook example. Says things like "I am amazing, if I do say so myself," and "I was a brilliant young zoologist...I am such a genius." In "Sea Patrol: Pups Save the Pier", he enters a sculpture of himself in an art contest, believing it to be a "masterpiece".
  • Never My Fault: In "Sea Patrol: Pups Save a Frozen Flounder", his insistence on repeated thumb wrestling matches with his cousin leads to the Flounder getting trapped in frozen waters. When the PAW Patrol arrives on the scene, he makes a point of announcing that it wasn't his fault.
  • Nice Hat: A beret.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Francois is an enthusiastic extrovert (red), contrasting with Cap'n Turbot's more intellectual and calm (blue) personality.
  • Round Hippie Shades: Francois wears a pair of perfectly round, purple-tinted glasses.
  • Silly Walk: His run is just as awkward and clunky as Cap'n Turbot's.
  • Skewed Priorities: In "Sea Patrol: Pups Save the Pier", he was more concerned with saving his statue of himself than getting off the unstable pier.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: He's a zoologist who wears a pair of round glasses.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Francois' roles were initially lesser compared to Cap'n Turbot's, but by season four, he anchors his own episodes. Take "Pups Save Francois the Penguin" for example, in which Francois is the central focus and the Cap'n is only mentioned.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: To the Cap'n.
  • Surprisingly Good Foreign Language: Pronounces French words and phrases with surprising accuracy.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: His competitive nature tends to bring out the worst in both himself and his cousin.
  • You Put the "X" in "XY": According to Mayor Goodway in "Pups Save a Tightrope Walker," "Francois puts the adventure in Adventure Bay!"

    Katie 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Katherine Forrester
Voiced in English (UK) by: Abriella Bierer
Voiced in French by: Adeline Chetail
Voiced in Korean by: Saehae Kim
Voiced in Greek by: Sofia Kapsembeli

Katie is a blonde girl around Ryder's age. She owns Cali and works at a pet salon, where the pups can sometimes be seen getting baths.

  • Blush Sticker: She has one alongside most other human children.
  • A Day in the Limelight: In "Pups and Katie Stop the Barking Kitties", Katie takes charge of the PAW Patrol while Ryder is away.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Katie has blonde hair, and is a very pleasant cast member.
  • Improbable Age: She's around the same age as Ryder and runs a pet salon.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: She has a pet cat named Cali, who she treats as well as she does everyone else.
  • Nice Girl: Very kind and even-tempered.
  • Out of Focus: Got hit with this in Season 5, where she only had six appearances, the lowest of any season so far.
  • Pink Means Feminine: She wears a pink shirt with magenta stripes and a pink headband.
  • Ship Tease: She's implied to have a crush on Ryder, like in "Pups Save Friendship Day" for instance.

    Mr. Porter 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Blair Williams
Voiced in English (UK) by: David Graham
Voiced in French by: Philippe Roullier
Voiced in Korean by: Sa Seong-woong

Mr. Porter is a grocer who owns a restaurant in the downtown area. He has a grandson named Alex.

    Alex Porter 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Christian DiStefano (Season 1 - mid Season 5), Wyatt White (mid Season 5 - present)
Voiced in French by: Fanny Bloc
Voiced in Korean by: Saehae Kim
Voiced in Hungarian by: Pál Dániel

Mr. Porter's grandson who seems to admire the PAW Patrol, and sometimes calls upon them for help.

  • Blush Sticker: His is one of the most apparent.
  • Cheerful Child: Is even younger than Ryder, and is highly enthusiastic.
  • Fanboy: Of the PAW Patrol.
  • The Load: Played this role early on due to him getting himself into trouble and needing the PAW Patrol to rescue him. But he was later replaced for this role by Daring Danny X.
  • Our Giants Are Different: In one episode, Alex suddenly is a gigantic child who must return up a beanstalk before he causes more damage to Adventure Bay. Of course, it was shown to be All Just a Dream, with Rubble nodding off before Giant Alex's appearance.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Neither of his parents appear in the series, as he apparently lives with his grandfather.
  • Tagalong Kid: On occasions, most notably in the oddly titled "Pups Save Alex", where he provided the means to get Cali off the roof of Farmer Yumi's silo. Later on in the series, he even puts together his own "Mini Patrol", consisting of himself, Chickaletta, Cali, Little Hooty, a turtle and a bunny.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He feared going to the dentist, until the PAW Patrol helped him get over it.

    Jake 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Scott McCord
Voiced in English (UK) by: Alexander Armstrong
Voiced in French by: Donald Reignoux
Voiced in Korean by: Sa Seong-woong

Jake is the owner of Jake's Snowboarding Resort, being an accomplished snowboarder himself. He sometimes calls upon the PAW Patrol for snow-based missions.

    Farmer Yumi 
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"Oh, peach fuzz!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Hiromi Okuyama (Season 1) Stephany Seki (Season 2-present)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Niki Felstead
Voiced in French by: Nathalie Bienaimé

Farmer Yumi runs a farm that provides most of Adventure Bay's fruits and vegetables.

    Farmer Al 
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Voiced in English by: Ron Pardo
Voiced in French by: Philippe Roullier

Farmer Al runs the Moo Juice Dairy Farm.

    Julius and Julia Goodway 
Julius voiced by: Moses Rankine (Seasons 1-4), Justice James (Season 5-present)
Julia voiced by: Addison Holley (Seasons 1-4), Holly Gorski (Season 5-Season 7), Sage Arrindell (Season 7-present)

Mayor Goodway's twin niece and nephew.

Tropes shared between them

Tropes exclusive to Julius

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  • Race Lift: He had light-brown skin when he first appeared. Around Season 6, his skin was darkened to match his sister.

Tropes exclusive to Julia

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  • Sudden Name Change: Julia was originally called Justina in Season 1. In the Japanese dub, she retains her original name.

    Raimundo 
Voiced in English (Canada/US): Juan Chioran
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Raimundo is the ringmaster of a travelling circus who first appeared in "Pups Save a Circus". He also happens to be the only human in the troupe since all of his performers are animals.

  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He hasn't been seen in any episode past Season 4. His last appearance was in "Pups Save Daring Danny's Hippo".
  • Circus Episode: If he's in the episode, then expect it to focus around his circus and/or his animals.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: We find out the he's also a great sports coach, capable of teaching at least his monkeys how to play soccer and kickball, in "All Star Pups!".
  • Nice Hat: How else would you know he's the ringmaster?
  • Repulsive Ringmaster: Strongly averted. He's very kind and thoughtful to his animal acts and to the people of Adventure Bay.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Can understand his animals perfectly well, lion growls and all. Unlike Cap'n Turbot, however, he doesn't need to speak animal himself for his animals to understand him.
  • Stage Magician: He shows off some cool tricks of his own, mostly making things like another top hat appear out of thin air.

    Engineer Ed 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Blair Williams (uncredited, "Pups Save a Train", "Pup Pup Boogie"), Ron Pardo
The train engineer who first appeared in "Pups Save a Train." Originally just known as "Mr. Engineer" and often confused as being the same person as a bus driver (Mr. Hudson), a freighter captain, and a construction worker, his seniority and frequent appearances have elevated him to be more than a background character. He's close particularly with Rubble.

    Space alien and his mother 
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A mother-son pair of diminutive green aliens who first appeared in "Pups Save the Space Alien". They visit Adventure Bay often and have since started befriending the citizens.

  • First Contact Farmer: Almost. While the space alien did land in Farmer Yumi's farm and Bettina is the first lifeform he made contact with, it's Mayor Goodway, who was visiting at the time, who gets the honor.
  • Flying Saucer: Their mode of transportation is the classic disc-shaped ship, which looks like something straight out of the The Jetsons.
  • Innocent Aliens: The space alien just wanted to go back home to his mother after crashing in Adventure Bay. They have befriended Ryder and the PAW Patrol since then.
  • Klingons Love Shakespeare: Part of the reason why they come to Adventure Bay is to watch Apollo the Super-Pup.
  • Little Green Men: They're green enough to be mistaken for melons and they're smaller than Ryder. While they don't have antennae, the mother does have antenna-shaped eyelashes. They also have Pointy Ears and beach ball hair for added alienness.
  • No Name Given: They're referred to simply as "alien friends" when they show up.
  • The Unintelligible: They speak in beeps and boops that is unintelligible to anyone that isn't Cap'n Turbot.

    Ace Sorensen 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Julianna Paul (Season 2), Megan Fahlenbock (Season 3 - present)
Voiced in English (UK) by: Zoe Baker (UK)

A female stunt pilot and Skye's idol.

    Carlos 
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Voiced by: Lucius Hoyos (Season 2-late Season 3), Jaiden Cannatelli (Season 3-present)

Ryder's pen-pal, who lives out in the jungle.

    Mr. Postman 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US): Joris Jarsky
Voiced in English (UK): Andy Hamilton
A kindly old man in charge of not only Adventure Bay's mail.

    Danny 
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"That's Daring Danny X!"
Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Daniel DeSanto (Season 3-4, "Pups Save An Extreme Lunch"), Jonathan Malen (Season 5-present)

A boy introduced in mid-Season 3. He was inspired to become a daredevil after watching Ryder and the PAW Patrol. His stunts often cause him to get into trouble.

  • Accidental Hero: In "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save a Movie Monster", he followed the pups around as they saved the day, and got enough footage to complete the film. However, he had no idea his camera was turned on, thus this trope occurs.
  • Attention Whore: In his later appearances, he constantly livestreams his stunts.
  • Blush Sticker: Like other human children, he has rosy cheeks.
  • Character Development: In his most recent appearances, he actually doesn't do anything stupid and instead is engaged in safer activities that just happen to go wrong.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Danny has a noticeable gap in his teeth.
  • Cool Helmet: He usually wears one while doing his stunts.
  • Dramatically Missing the Point: He was inspired to become a daredevil after seeing Ryder perform a daring leap with his ATV, overlooking the fact that Ryder only performed that act to carry out a rescue, not for fun or glory.
  • Early Installment Character Design Difference: When he first appeared, he wore an outfit consisting of a white-and-green raglan and jeans.
  • Everyone Has Standards: In "Pups Save the Skydivers". As reckless as he is, even he knows you shouldn't try skydiving in strong winds.
  • Fearless Fool: At first. But when a stunt goes wrong, he's quick to call out for help.
  • Fiery Redhead: While he's not hot-tempered, he is easily excited and definitely has energy to spare. In Season 8, his hair became a more dull red to go with his Character Development.
  • Hidden Depths: In "Pups and the Mystery of the Driverless Snow Cat", he's shown to have an interest in engineering.
  • Humiliation Conga: In "Pups Save the Soapbox Derby", he spends the entire race in last place, with his go-kart consistently being outpaced by a turtle.
  • Innocently Insensitive: He doesn't mean any ill...but he's still pretty disobedient and reckless.
  • Insistent Terminology: He insists on being called "Daring Danny X" by everyone.
  • Karmic Nod: In "Pups Save A Freighter", after being splashed by a whale, he admits that he probably deserved it.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Always throwing himself into dangerous situations. However, he seems to have mellowed out in Season 5 and 6.
  • Lethally Stupid:
    • He is determined to attempt all sorts of dangerous stunts, even ignoring the warnings of others to do so.
    • When he decides to start delivering sports equipment, he accidentally mixes turtle eggs in with golf balls. They hatch while he's driving, then a hatchling falls onto his helmet visor and blocks his vision. Does he stop and remove it? No, he just tries to blow it off.
  • The Load: Replaced Alex for this role. Danny's reckless stunts always land him in trouble and require the PAW Patrol to save him. Slowly becoming averted though.
  • Noodle People: Downplayed; he's pretty lanky, but not to the point where it looks unnatural.
  • Out of Character: For some reason, in "Pups Save a Freighter", he doesn't insist on being called by his nickname.
  • Race Lift: Downplayed; he remains white throughout the series, but Season 8 gave him more of a suntan.
  • Social Media Before Reason: In "Pups Save a Kooky Climber", he refuses to let Skye save him until he can record the save on his phone's camera.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In "Pups and the Mystery of the Driverless Snow Cat", where his remote control drone disrupts the signal of Everest's snow cat, causing it to go haywire.
  • Vague Age: While he looks about the same age as Ryder (maybe a little older), he sounds like a teen. However, Dawson Casting may be the cause of this.
  • Verbal Tic: He says the word "extreme" a lot.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Danny is a kid, yet he sounds like an adult.
  • Vocal Evolution: In Seasons 3-4, his voice was very deep and lightly raspy. In Seasons 5-6, his voice is slightly higher and more nasal.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: A stuntman in the making...who gets seasick.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: In "Pups Bear-ly Save Danny", it's revealed he is terrified of bears.
  • Youthful Freckles: Has a dusting of freckles across his face.

    Luke Stars 
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Voiced by: Lyon Smith
A pop star who has toured in both Adventure Bay and Barkingburg.

  • Ambiguously Brown: Has this skin tone.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Pups Save Luke Stars".
  • Distressed Dude: Became one in "Mission PAW: Pups Save a Royal Concert", when Sweetie trapped him in a dungeon.
  • Expy: Seems to be one to Bruno Mars.
  • Nice Guy: Is incredibly polite and kind, to the point that Mayor Goodway frankly declares that he'd never miss tea with the princess because "he's too polite" to refuse an invitation with no explanation.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a purple fedora.

    Uncle Otis Goodway 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: James Rankin (Season 3-Season 6), Joseph Motiki (Season 7-present)
The uncle of Mayor Goodway (and Gustavo Goodway). He travels the world in search for a gold.

  • Cool Old Guy: Despite his old age, he still travels the world in search of gold and actually succeeds at doing so.
  • I Can't Hear You: During his debut episode, he's shown as hard-of-hearing due to his old age, mistaking "Ryder" as "spider" and other such mistakes. He has since gotten a hearing aid since his subsequent episodes show him hearing with no problems.
  • Interspecies Friendship: He has made friends with a beaver whom he dubbed as "Buddy".

    Mr. Wingnut 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Dan Chameroy
An inventor and a cook who first appeared in "Pups Save a Robo-Saurus". He and his wife run a burger stand in the middle of the desert, which expands to a ranch later on.

  • Gadgeteer Genius: His inventions do work, but he'll dip into Bungling Inventor territory when the plot needs him to.
  • Happily Married: To Mrs. Wingnut.
  • Living Statue: Created Robo-saurus, a giant robotic dinosaur, to attract customers to his stand, but some mischievous gophers make it go haywire.
  • One-Note Cook: His burger stand only serves... burgers. However, that doesn't mean it's just hamburgers, but can also be anything like a peanut burger.
  • Smart House: Tries to build one for Uncle Otis in "Pups Save Uncle Otis from His Cabin". You can figure out from the episode name that it didn't work out.

    Mrs. Wingnut 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Shoshana Sperling
The wife of Mr. Wingnut who also first appeared in "Pups Save a Robo-Saurus".

    Ms. Marjorie 
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Voiced in English by: Ellen-Ray Hennessy (Canada/US, Seasons 3-4), Rosemary Dunsmore (Canada/US, Season 5 onwards), Frances White (UK)
Voiced in French by: Nathalie Bienaimé

An older woman who lives in Adventure Bay.

  • Ascended Extra: She got a much more prominent role in Season 5 compared to the previous two seasons.
  • Cool Old Lady: "Pups Save Ms. Marjorie's House" reveals that's she surprisingly athletic.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • In "Pups Save Ms. Marjorie's House", she is able to handle Rubble's hoverboard quite well, citing her days as Adventure Bay's surf champion as the reason.
    • "Pups Save a Rocket Roller Skater" reveals that she was a roller derby champion in her youth.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Wears a pink cardigan.
  • Prim and Proper Bun: Has this hairstyle.

    Princess of Barkingburg 
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Voiced by: Caoimhe Judd

Heir to the throne of Barkingburg, and owner of Sweetie.

  • Accidental Misnaming: She initially calls the Duke of Flappington the Duke of "Yappington".
  • All-Loving Hero: She cares deeply for Sweetie, in spite of all her misdeeds.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Olive-skinned, but her ethnicity is unknown.
  • Blush Sticker: Just like most other human children.
  • The Cameo: Briefly appears in he Ready Race Rescue, watching the racers drive through Barkingburg.
  • Cool Crown: She wears a crown on her head that looks quite impressive.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": She is only ever referred to as "Princess". Even Sweetie, her own pet, calls her this.
  • Fangirl: In "Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown", she stated that Chase is her favorite PAW Patrol pup, even requesting that he guard the crown of Barkingburg.
  • Friend to All Living Things: "Mission PAW: Pups Save the Princess' Pals" shows that she has an entire section of her estate dedicated to taking care of sick and injured animals.
  • High-Class Gloves: She's a princess, and wears a pair of white gloves.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: She does get better but why anyone would fall for Sweetie's Bitch in Sheep's Clothing routine repeatedly is a question of the ages.
  • King Incognito: In "Rescue Knights: Pups Save a Tournament", she covers herself in a full suit of armor so she can enter a tournament for knights without getting recognized, simply to have fun without the Earl worrying about her safety.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: She is clearly fascinated by the supposed haunting of the castle in "Mission PAW: Royally Spooked", although she does admit to being a little creeped out when she sees one of the suits of armor moving by itself.
  • True Blue Femininity: She wears an aqua-blue dress.
  • Youthful Freckles: Hers aren't as noticeable as that of Ace or Danny, but a closeup of her face from "Mission PAW: Quest For The Crown" shows she has these.

    Earl of Barkingburg 
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Voiced by: Adrian Truss

The Princess of Barkingburg's loyal companion.

  • The Cameo: Briefly appears in he Ready Race Rescue, watching the racers drive through Barkingburg.
  • Cool Old Guy: Perfectly willing to play tea party with the Princess.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He is just referred to as the Earl, since his real name is unknown.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He is level-headed and accepting, and likes to keep things well in order around the castle.

    Ron Rapidfire 
Voiced by: Cal Dodd
A racing commentator that debuts in Ready Race Rescue.

  • Motor Mouth: He comments on the races quite quickly, though he admits that even he is having trouble describing the events of the big race.

    Riff Rockenbock 
Voiced by: Melanie Leishman
One of the five racers who competes in the Adventure Bay 500. She appears to enjoy rock and roll music and has speakers put into her car.
  • Gale-Force Sound: The speakers on her car can actually push it along, granting it more speed.

    Lionel Lightspeed 
Voiced by: Julius Cho
One of the five racers who competes in the Adventure Bay 500. He is considered to have high IQ and conquers that his car is significantly faster than the speed of light, mainly due to the solar panels his car.

    Willy "Wide Wheels" Jr. 
Voiced by: Matthew Gouveia
One of the five racers who competes in the Adventure Bay 500. He has a southern accent and is the son of the unseen Willy "Wide Wheels" Sr. Like daddy always says: "Watch out for the Wide Wheels!"

    The Whoosh 
Voiced by: Joseph Motiki
One of the five racers who competes in the Adventure Bay 500 and is Marshall’s favorite racer. His car is powered by a super turbo ten cylinder nitrous infused engine and he has teeth that are shiny enough to rival Chip Skylark! Marshall’s lack of confidence causes him to refuse to compete in the race and join the pups in rescuing The Whoosh after he was accidentally kidnapped by the KCC. Marshall felt bad because he didn’t race in his place, but the Whoosh understood. He knew that Marshall didn’t wanna race again and decides to train him and race in his place.

  • Cavalier Competitor: He races because it's fun, not because he wants to win.
  • Creature of Habit: As Marshall points out during the first race, he has a habit of going in for a pit stop during the last lap, and also of eating an energy bar.
  • Crowd Chant: One of the audiences with Ryder and the pups cheers for Marshall.
  • He's Back!: After the PAW Patrol rescued him. He coached Marshall at the final lap.
  • Nice Guy: A friendly fellow who is also encouraging and kind toward Marshall.

    Hailey Daily 
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Voiced by: Margarita Valderrama
A reporter for "Nightly World News" and the owner of Mr. Nibbles/The Copycat.

    Travelling Travis 
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Voiced by: Anthony Sardinha
An explorer who is famous for getting lost.

  • Bold Explorer: Travels the world in a hot-air balloon.
  • The Ditz: Definitely not one of the brightest adults in the series. He even mistook an alligator for a reindeer when he arrived in the jungle (mistaking that for the North Pole despite there being no snow).
  • Nice Guy: For all his flaws, he is a very friendly and amiable fellow.
  • No Sense of Direction: His best-known trait. He always ends up going the wrong way and never winds up where he intends to go.
  • Wrong Line of Work: An "explorer" with No Sense of Direction, and a complete lack of knowledge regarding animals and locales.

    Dr. Tammy Turbot and Taylor Turbot 
Cap'n Turbot's sister and niece, who live in the Dino Wilds with Rex.

Tropes shared between them

Tropes exclusive to Tammy

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Voiced by: Marisa McIntyre
  • Kindly Vet: Tammy specialises in caring for the dinosaurs in the Dino Wilds.

Tropes exclusive to Taylor

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Voiced by: Ava Ro

    Winnie Winnington 
Voiced by: Julie Lund
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An arrogant showwoman, who first appears in "Pups Save a Runaway Rooster".

  • Competition Freak: She only shows up during competitions and she intends to win, even if a horse race turned out to be a race of an entirely different animal altogether.
  • Cool Shades: Hardly ever seen without her sunglasses.
  • Jerkass: In her first appearance, where she insults Mayor Goodway, Chickaletta, and Adventure Bay itself.
  • The Rival: To Mayor Goodway in "Pups Save a Runaway Rooster". In stark contrast to Mayor Humdinger, she doesn't cheat, her animals actually treat her with respect and listen to her.

    Cowgirl Beryl 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Stephany Seki
The rootinest, tootinest, redheaded game show host ever, appearing in "Pups Save a Game Show"

  • Cowboy: The "Distaff Counterpart", of course. Like any good cowgirl, the first word she yells is "YEEHAW".
  • Game Show Host: She, along with co-host horse, Rusty, hosts the Rip-Roaring Rodeo Challenge, a game show that features jumping in giant cowboy boots and throwing horseshoes, among other cowboy things.

    Spud 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Ron Pardo
The official representative of "The Book of Unique and Extraordinary Vegetables", who determines which vegetables should be declared as vegetable wonders of the world.

  • Meaningful Name: His name is "Spud", and is only interested in rare rainbow potatoes.

    Hurricane Harrigan 
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Voiced in English (Canada/US) by: Temapare Hodson
A master windsurfer appearing in "Pups Save a Windsurfer. He was good friends with Ms. Marjorie before he went off seeking "the big waves". Zuma speaks very highly of him.

  • Cool Old Guy: Around the same age as Ms. Marjorie, and a very laidback individual.
  • Surfer Dude: The Hawaiian variety, substituting Surfer Speak with Hawaiian expressions like mahalo and kokua.

    Random citizens 
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There is a group of Recurring Extras that pop up frequently in the series.

As a whole

  • Flat Character: Most of them only exist to be rescued or to cheer the Patrol on.
  • No Name Given: Except for Roger, none of them are named.

Precious's owner

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Voiced by: Berkley Silverman
Precious's owner is a little girl and the owner of a kitten named Precious.

Cameraman

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The cameraman for ''Hello, Adventure Bay!'' who first appeared in "Pup a Doodle Do." He has since been the go-to cameraman for any show set in Adventure Bay.

  • Left It In: What was supposed to be a day about Adventure Bay's history turns into a search-and-rescue for Chickaletta, which he didn't mind at all since it had action, comedy, drama, and the fact you can never rescue too many chickens.
  • No Name Given: He's just there to point the camera at something or someone, usually Mayor Goodway.

Roger

Voiced by: Uncredited actor
Roger is a truck driver who specializes in delivering frozen foods.

Other animals

    Wally 
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Wally is a walrus who hangs around Adventure Bay, often seen with or around Cap'n Turbot.

    Chickaletta 
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Chickaletta is Mayor Goodway's pet chicken, and often the reason for her distress calls.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Mayor Goodway sometimes call her "Chicken of my heart."
  • Animal Sweet on Object: In "Pups Save a Cuckoo Clock", she falls for the wooden cuckoo bird in Jake's antique clock.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: In "Mighty Pups: Super Paws: Pups Save a Giant Chicken", exposure to the superpower-granting meteor causes Chickaletta to grow to giant size.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Granted, she is a chicken. But Chickaletta tends to be pretty oblivious to what's going on around her.
  • Clucking Funny: She's a chicken who's also a comic relief for the show.
  • Dub Name Change:
    • Gallinetta in the French dub.
    • Kylletta in the Danish dub.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Despite being out of it for the most part, Chickaletta is quite good at playing Pup Pup Boogie.
    • Pup-Fu! reveals she's also skilled at a martial art called Hen-Kido.
  • The Stoic: Sometimes, in emergencies, when the Mayor is referring to her, she is either taking the situation in stride or napping.
    • Not So Stoic: In some episodes, such as "Air Patrol: Pups Save a Flying Chicken", she actually does show the appropriate level of panic for the situation.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In "Pups and the Ghost Pirate", she and Cali run about, unwittingly causing the pirate ship to drift off with some of the cast trapped on it.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: "Pups Save an Outlaw's Loot" reveals that she's afraid of bugs.

    Cali 
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Voiced by: Julie Lemieux

Cali is Katie's pet cat who often ends up in predicaments.

  • Big Eater: One episode established her as having a big appetite.
  • Butt-Monkey: She ends up becoming one of these, to a degree, because of the situations she ends up in. Although she often brings it on herself.
  • Cats Are Mean: Averted, as she gets along with the pups. Although she can be quite cranky.
  • Designated Victim: She tends to find herself in trouble on a regular basis, often needing rescue from the PAW Patrol as a result.
  • Didn't Think This Through: To be fair, she's a non-anthropomorphized cat. But on the other hand, she does have a habit of just going after something she wants (such as a tuna sandwich in a backpack hooked on a caboose railing), and getting into trouble because she doesn't think things through.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: In one episode, she gives the Kitten Catastrophe Crew their just desserts by letting them float away in giant bubbles.
  • Silent Snarker: Often shows her annoyance or exasperation by rolling her eyes.
  • Stock Animal Name: Played With somewhat. While Cali is an alternate spelling of the very popular Callie, the latter is primarily used for calico/tortoiseshell cats rather than gray/white cats like Cali.
  • Token Heroic Orc: The only recurring cat in the show who isn't a villain.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In "Pups and the Ghost Pirate", she and Chickaletta run about, unwittingly causing the pirate ship to drift off with some of the cast trapped on it.

    Bettina 
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Farmer Yumi's beloved farmhouse cow who first appeared in "Pups Fall Festival".

  • Dull Surprise: She's almost the animal version of the Unfazed Everyman. Loud noises will startle her a lot more than dangerous proximity to giant boys and vegetables or forced floatation from alien tech and magical Christmas stars.
  • Everything's Better with Cows: She's been a regular fixture in Adventure Bay since the beginning of the show.

    Walinda 
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A purple walrus who becomes Wally's mate in Season 2.

    Baby Walrus Pup 
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A walrus pup born to Wally and Walinda.

    Baby Whale 
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The Baby Whale lives in the ocean near Adventure Bay and is pictured on the town flag.

  • Babies Make Everything Better: The pups are always happy to see the Baby Whale around.
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: As seen in "Pups Save Friendship Day", Zuma is seemingly able to communicate with the whales, despite their inability to speak.
  • Interspecies Friendship: Zuma appears to be very good friends with the Baby Whale and her mother.
  • The Speechless: As mentioned above, she can't talk and communicates by waving her flippers.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In "Pups Save the Diving Bell", she thinks the Turbots' diving bell is a toy and plays with it like a volleyball. This causes the bell to break and fall to the seafloor - with Cap'n Turbot and Francois inside.

    Mother Whale 
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The Baby Whale's mother.

    Mandy 
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A mischievous monkey, whom the PAW Patrol first encountered after she recovered from a cold. She currently resides in the jungle.

  • Awesome Moment of Crowning: In "Tracker Meets the Pups", she is revealed to be the long-lost queen of the monkey temple after finding its crown.
  • Dub Name Change: Matti in the French dub.
  • Interspecies Friendship: She is good friends with Carlos.
  • Mischief-Making Monkey: The mischief she does can range from the usual banana-throwing antics, to stealing objects like Ryder's Pup-Pad and ancient crowns, to life-threatening ones like driving a van towards an incoming train. Nevertheless, she's not inherently malicious and she's always glad to see Ryder, Carlos, and the pups.

    Little Hootie 
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A young purple owl who first appeared in "Pups Save a Hoot". He has appeared fairly frequently since then, sometimes as a member of Alex's Mini Patrol.

  • Cute Owl: Small? Round? Hoots? Yes.
  • Dub Name Change: Known as "Fu-chan" in the Japanese dub, or more precisely, "ふうちゃん".
  • Interspecies Friendship: With Chase.
  • Missing Mom: Averted. His debut episode is about rescuing his mother. However, he is shown to be living alone after that, with no mention where his mother is now. One can only assume he left the nest and chose to live in Adventure Bay.
  • Only Sane Man: True to his species, he's the only member of the Mini Patrol who exhibits any form of competence. That may or may not include Alex.
  • Owls Ask "Who?": His debut episode is chock-full of them. Chase even gets a knock-knock joke out of him.

    Royal Kittens (Henry and Elizabeth) 
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Two kittens owned by the Princess of Barkingburg.

  • Reused Character Design: They both have a modified version of Cali's character model.
  • Sixth Ranger: Mayor Humdinger tries to make them this to his Kitten Catastrophe Crew in "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save the Royal Kitties", even dressing them up in versions of Everest and Tracker's outfits.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Elizabeth wears a bow on the top of her head, while Henry wears a bow tie.
  • Unwitting Pawn: In "Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown", Sweetie used a toy mouse to get them to run past Chase, setting off his allergies and giving Sweetie the distraction she needed to steal the crown of Barkingburg.

Fictional/Posthumous Characters

    Apollo the Super Pup 
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Saves the day, his own super way.
Voiced by: Lyon Smith (uncredited)
A fictional character from a Show Within a Show of the same name. Apollo is a superhero dog who saves bunnies from the Spider King.

  • Art Shift: He usually appears as a 2D sprite, but in "Pups Save Apollo", he finally gets a 3D model.
  • Awesome McCoolname: Apollo sure is a cool name.
  • Black Bead Eyes: His 2D sprite has these. When he appears in 3D, however, it's revealed he has Innocent Blue Eyes.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He and his show are never mentioned again after Season 3, which is especially jarring since the Season 3 finale showed that they're beloved by the citizens of Adventure Bay so much that missing the Apollo the Super Pup Super Special counts as an emergency. Perhaps the special is a series finale.
  • Distressed Dude: In "Pups Save Apollo", he gets trapped in a spider web and the pups have to rescue him.
  • Flight: His primary ability.
  • Light Is Good: A show-white pup who is a superhero.
  • Primary-Color Champion: His uniform is red, yellow, and blue.
  • Superheroes Wear Capes: Wears a red cape with blue trim.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Despises spiders, especially the Spider King.

    Jeremy the Genie 
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A friendly genie-in-training who was trapped in a jack-in-the-box and released by Rubble.

  • All Just a Dream: He was just a part of Rubble's dream sequence in "Pups Find a Genie".
  • Benevolent Genie: Grants Rubble's wishes without any hint of trickery, and even uses his magic to help the PAW Patrol without being asked to do so. However, they don't always end up the way it should since he's still new at the job.
  • Genie in a Bottle: He pops out after Rubble winds up an old jack-in-the-box found in Farmer Al's barn.
  • Our Genies Are Different: Instead of a lamp, his living space is a jack-in-the-box, though it is ornamented with gold lamps on its sides.

    Cassandra the Cruelest Kitten 
A fictional character from a Show Within a Show of the same name. Cassandra is a mean kitty who likes to break puppy toys.

    Captain Blackfur 
A pirate pup who used to sail the seas of Adventure Bay.

  • Dressed to Plunder: Wears an eye patch, gold earring, and a tricorner hat.
  • Identical Grandson: He looks just like Rubble, but with a goatee. However, it has yet to be confirmed if he is Rubble's ancestor.
  • Ironic Name: No, he does not have black fur.

Alternative Title(s): PAW Patrol The Movie

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