Dogcopter is a gray Dachshund dog with a helicopter propeller attached to his back.
Dogcopter is shown to fly using his propeller and shoot missiles out of his rear end. Because he's actually part-cat (revealed in Dogcopter 4), Dogcopter comes back to life after dying (as cats "have nine lives").
Dogcopter is a cunning and heroic protagonist with a passion for explosives. He is very heroic and valiant, dying defending the world in Dogcopter 4.
Unnamed Female Human
She is a friend of Dogcopter, possibly his owner.
In the movie franchise, robots with unclear motives are destroying the city and Dogcopter must stop them.
In "Dogcopter 4: All Dogs Go To War", it's revealed that Dogcopter's parents are cats.
By the time of Steven Universe Future episode "Snow Day", Dogcopter is shown to have a spin-off called "Pupcopter's Sky-High Adventure". The spin-off stars a puppy with a blue body; a cream-colored head and legs; brown ears, tail, and nose; and a helicopter propeller on his back like the original Dogcopter. Given Steven's assertion that "Pupcopter is for six-year-olds," the spin-off appears to be geared towards a younger audience than the original.
- Dogcopter appears on a poster seen in "Lars and the Cool Kids", as well as a billboard seen in "Same Old World".
- Using her shape-shifting powers, Amethyst has shapshifted into Dogcopter along with different alterations, such as a form with a radio as a head complete with its own music.
- Connie is an avid fan of the Dogcopter franchise.
- Ronaldo states the last book has 900 pages.
- Dogcopter bears some resemblance to a creature Coconut Fred creates in the episode "Master of Disaster" of the infamous "Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island" cartoon.