PAW Patrol

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PAW Patrol is a Canadian children's television series, which first aired on August 12, 2013 as part of the Nick Jr. block on Nickelodeon. It focuses on a 10-year-old boy named Ryder, his team of rescue dogs, and the residents of Adventure Bay.


All Pups
  • "Ryder needs us!" - Said when their pup badges are blinking
  • "PAW Patrol is on a roll!" - Ryder says this when he is finished assigning jobs for a rescue
  • "No job is too big, no pup is too small." - Ryder says to the person who calls for help
  • "PAW Patrol, to the Lookout." - When Ryder is finished chatting with the person who needs help, he jumps into the quad and says this
  • "You're all such good pups!" - Ryder says this after his pups have successfully completed their missions
  • "I'm all fired up!" - Marshall says this when he is assigned a job
  • "Ready for a ruff ruff rescue!" Often said after being assigned a mission
  • "I'm okay." - Marshall after tripping or falling
  • "Made it." - Marshall says this when he gets into the elevator without crashing
  • "Rubble on the double!!" - The catchphrase Rubble normally says
  • "Let's dig in!" - His less-often heard catchphrase, uttered when he is digging

  • "Chase is on the case." - Chase's favorite catchphrase
  • "These paws uphold the laws." - Chase's other catchphrase
  • "Ready for action, Ryder, sir." - Chase's line when the pups are called to the Lookout
  • "Green means go!" - Rocky's most used catchphrase
  • "Don't lose it, re-use it." - When Rocky gets out of the back of his truck, he says this
  • "Let's dive in!" - Zuma when a job is assigned to him
  • "Ready, set, get wet!" - Zuma's catchphrase, often said before diving

Cap'n Turbot
  • "Turbot tackles trout!" - Cap'n Turbot's call-out, as of "Pups Save a Mer-Pup"
  • "Help, help, help!" - Cap'n Turbot's catchphrase, often said when he needs assistance
  • "Ice or snow, I'm ready to go!" - Everest's catchphrase
  • "Off the trail, Everest won't fail!" - Another of Everest's catchphrases

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