Although they have been in a variety of episodes, the Watchdogs have had only a few of their members named, the most famous and recognizable being their second-in-command, Commander Peepers. Aside from Peepers, there have been 11 named Watchdogs so far.
Second in-command to Lord Hater and leader of the Watchdogs, as mentioned above. He's one of the most frequently sighted Watchdogs, usually seen along the main villain of the series, Lord Hater, and is his right hand man.
While his physical appearance is not that different from other Watchdogs (A red single eye, wears a black and red suit, etc) his helmet has two spiked sides and a longer thunder-like thing than the average watchdog, presumably indicating his authority. In "The Buddies" it is revealed that he has a muscular body. He's also seen to be slightly shorter than the other Watchdogs.
He's the only watchdog with common sense and high intelligence.
Pat is a watchdog featured in "The It", who told Hater that he seems to "let some silly game[s] ruin [his] chances at galactic superiority a lot", which caused him to be zapped by Peepers. Afterwards, while explaining the plan to steal General McGuffin's territory, the commander told Pat that he wouldn't make it back through the infinity minefield full of self-preparing mines.
A former recruit Watchdog who met Wander and Sylvia in "The Little Guy", which doubles as his introductory episode. While initially hostile, with their help he changes his mind, leaves the army and becomes good.
While in the army, he looked like the average Watchdog: single red eye, red boots and gloves, a black suit and and a helmet with a thunder-like thing on top of it. His suit is the only one that's two pieced, consisting of a shirt and pants.
Upon becoming good, his appearance remains mostly the same. However, he changes his older helmet for a new one with a star on top of it, one which was given to him by Wander.
To become good he left the army by faking his own death, which involved a bomb, the captured Wander and Sylvia and a plan. Once Hater fell for the trap, he fled to the planet he was stranded on earlier with Wander and Sylvia, which also doubles as his current residence.
He's currently the first Watchdog who has left the Watchdog army and/or "died".
A strong and silent Watchdog, moose makes a memorable, although short, appearance during and only during the opening of "The Little Guy" where he punches Westley when the latter goes to wake him up.
Although his uniform is practically the same as the rest, he's more muscular than the average Watchdog and pretty strong too, since he managed to hit Westley strong enough to send him flying to a wall. So far, he's the second muscular Watchdog in the show since the first one is Peepers.
Moose makes a second appearance in "The Rager", where he serves as a guard and decides who is and isn't allowed to the party.
Ted is a former member of the Hater Army. He left the army when he was tagged by Lord Hater and used his powers to became a villain. He looks the same as the other Watchdogs.
He is the second watchdog who left the army (after Westley).
A watchdog who seems to be a little bit timid and shy. He had his name first confirmed in "The Brainstorm", where he said he wanted lunch after saying "Sandwiches?" during one of Peepers' hypothetical scenarios.
His design is identical to the rest of the watchdogs.
A watchdog who was looking for the conference room to get into a meeting. Wander gives him a gift, which makes him happy. He looks the same as the other Watchdogs.
Tim makes another appearance in "The Search for Captain Tim", where he is frequently mistaken for Captain Tim. Along with Hater, Ripov, Peepers, Wander and Sylvia, Tim is captured by the Arachnomorph Queen, but saved and freed by Captain Tim.
A watchdog who dreamed of dancing, which he was able to start doing properly thanks to Wander's gift.
He looks physically identical to the rest of the Watchdogs. After getting pink shoes as his gift, his single eye turns heart-shaped.
A watchdog who had a crush on a girl that he was going to propose to after his mission (which was to help Peepers catch Wander) by getting a big ring and asking her to be his wife. He managed to get the ring thanks to Wander's gift.
A Watchdog who Peepers pranked in order to help Hater get out of his funk. He looks the same as any other Watchdog.
A watchdog who had his birthday celebrated in "The Rider". He looks the same as the other Watchdogs, and is the only one with a known age, apparently turning 30.
Barry makes another appearance in "The It", where Hater attempts to tag him, and eventually succeeds.
A Watchdog who has his own video blog. He made the new series "Eye on the Skullship", which was about what's going on in the skull ship. The Watchdogs seemed to like his video blog.
His name can be seen in the animatic of "The Show Stopper", alongside many other watchdogs who played as drummers for Hater's show.
He looks identical to the rest of the Watchdogs.
Please put the specific introductory episodes where one of the watchdogs was named.
- "The Picnic ": Peepers make his first appearance.
- "The Little Guy": Both Westley and Moose are introduced. However, Moose plays a pretty minor role while Westley takes on the main one, and eventually becomes good.
- "The Brainstorm": Bob is introduced.
- "The Gift 2: The Giftening": Tim, Pete, and Teddy are introduced.
- "The Funk": Greg is introduced.
- "The Rider": Barry is introduced.
- "The Gift": In the scene prior to Wander and Sylvia sneaking into Lord Hater's ship, Wander pulls out a list with a bunch of Watchdogs' names on it. The names on the list are all named after the Wander Over Yonder Season 1 crew, but it does not include voice actors.
- "The It": Pat and Ted are introduced.
- "The Eye on the Skull Ship": Andy is introduced.