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For this character's Equestrian counterpart, see Spike.
(Spike the Dog)
Spike the Puppy ID EG3

Spike in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games
Kind Dog
Sex Male
Owner Sci-Twi
Residence Human world
More info
Eyes Moderate pistachio
Moderate violet (Equestria Girls Minis)[1][2]
Hair Moderate harlequin and light lime green "ears"
Voice Cathy Weseluck

Spike is the pet dog of the human Twilight Sparkle and a supporting character in the My Little Pony Equestria Girls franchise. He is the human world counterpart of the Equestrian Spike.

Depiction in Equestria Girls Edit

My Little Pony Equestria GirlsEdit

Spike the Dog is first mentioned by Pinkie Pie when she asks Twilight Sparkle if she had a twin sister with a dog who looks like hers.

Equestria Girls: Rainbow RocksEdit

After the credits roll, the human world's version of Spike appears alongside the human Twilight eating some dog food from a bowl. Unlike Spike from Equestria, this Spike only barks.

Equestria Girls: Friendship GamesEdit

Spike appears along with his owner Twilight in the third film. As he was depicted in the post-credits scene of Rainbow Rocks, this Spike is depicted as being non-sentient and only able to communicate like an actual dog. Both Rarity and Fluttershy recognize him when he pops out of Twilight's backpack. Spike shows much concern for Twilight throughout the film, as he dislikes Canterlot High and expresses worry about Twilight's trip there.

When Twilight's pendant absorbs Fluttershy's magic, causing dimensional rifts to Equestria to open, Spike follows a jackalope through one of the rifts, and he is accidentally exposed to some of Fluttershy's magic. This gives him the ability to speak and communicate with humans, though he assures Twilight he hasn't been affected in any adverse ways.

During the climax of the film, when Twilight transforms into the evil Midnight Sparkle, Spike calls out to her and gives a pleading look, momentarily bringing her back to her senses so Sunset Shimmer can return her to normal.

Spike is present when Twilight's pony counterpart appears from the portal, happily wagging his tail at the sight of a second Twilight Sparkle.

Friendship Games animated shortsEdit

In Pinkie Spy, Pinkie Pie has a mask that looks like Spike when posing as a dog burglar.

Equestria Girls: Legend of EverfreeEdit

In the fourth film Legend of Everfree, Spike accompanies Twilight, her friends, and their class of Canterlot High students to Camp Everfree, expressing a desire to chase squirrels. Similar to Sunset Shimmer, he serves as a source of comfort and support for Twilight Sparkle as she deals with recurring nightmares and worries about Midnight Sparkle.

At one point in the film, Spike has a dream about chasing squirrels, and he briefly realizes this dream during Legend You Were Meant To Be.

Equestria Girls: Dance MagicEdit

In the half-hour special Dance Magic, Spike appears with Twilight and her friends as they make a music video for the "Chance to Prance" music video contest.

Equestria Girls: Movie MagicEdit

In Movie Magic, Spike goes with his friends to the set of the Daring Do movie. He is briefly mistaken for an animal actor in the "Power Ponies" movie, cast as "Hum Drum."

Equestria Girls: Summertime ShortsEdit

In Mad Twience, Spike appears as Twilight builds an android mate for him. In Pet Project, he appears with the rest of the Mane Seven's pets in their charity calendar photo shoot. In Epic Fails, he appears in Twilight's story watching her perform a chemistry experiment. He also appears in photographs in Monday Blues and Leaping Off the Page.

Equestria Girls Digital Series (season 1)Edit

In A Fine Line, Spike appears waiting in line for the Tirek's Revenge video game with the Equestria Girls. In Overpowered, he appears in Twilight's memories in a basket when she flies while riding a bicycle. In The Finals Countdown, he plays with Fluttershy and later helps Rainbow Dash study for the final exams. He appears with Fluttershy lying on Twilight's bed in Star Crossed and accompanies Twilight when she attends to Principal Celestia's garden in My Little Shop of Horrors.

In the Rainbow Dash ending of Stressed in Show, Spike appears participating in Rainbow Dash's sports-based de-stressing program with Sunset Shimmer. In the Trixie ending of Rarity Investigates: The Case of the Bedazzled Boot, he steals a boot prop for the school play so he could experience being a dancer, and Rarity offers him a part in the play. In all three endings of Happily Ever After Party, Spike appears in Fluttershy's arms attending the school play after-party.

Equestria Girls: Forgotten FriendshipEdit

In Forgotten Friendship, Spike appears with the Equestria Girls on the beach, in Applejack's memories of the Friendship Games, and playing with Fluttershy in front of the school at the end of the special. Throughout the special, he also appears in yearbook photos with the girls.

Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of FriendshipEdit

In Rollercoaster of Friendship, Pinkie Pie wears a Spike mask during Photo Booth in a picture taken at a photo booth at Equestria Land.

Equestria Girls: Digital Series (season 2)Edit

In Reboxing with Spike!, he is shown to have his own web series where he unboxes pet products. His latest video is cut short when Twilight finds out he used her credit card to buy 200 dollars worth of fancy pet products, leading to him filming himself sheepishly reboxing the products so they can be returned for a refund. In Street Magic with Trixie!, Spike is Trixie's assistant in her magic act, and shows great nervousness over being part of the "sawed in half" trick. He also appears in a video thumbnail in the title cards of DIY with Applejack, The Craft of Cookies, Sic Skateboard, and Street Chic.

Other depictionsEdit

Chapter booksEdit

In Twilight's Sparkly Sleepover Surprise, Spike reveals in the fact that his Equestrian counterpart is a talking dragon. In chapter six, "Spike to the Rescue", Fluttershy and Twilight give him a "very special pooch primping".

Promotional mediaEdit

In the Equestria Girls Minis digital shorts, Spike the Dog is featured in the second short starring Twilight Sparkle and the fourth short.[1][2]


A miniature figure of Spike the Dog was shown at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con. This figure is included with a Sci-Twi doll with pony ears and lab coat.

Spike appears as a dragon in Equestria on the fan-designed WeLoveFine art print "Girls in Equestria ".


"Twilight, come on! Wait for me! Why did you run away like that?"
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games
"All I know is I chased that pointy rabbit through the glowy thing and then I was somewhere else. Next thing I knew, I was back in that nice girl's arms and I could talk! I don't really understand why I couldn't before. I mean,

it's so easy."

— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games
"Twilight, no!"
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games
"Nope, that's pretty much what happened."
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games
"Hey Twilight, any idea who you wanna sit on the way back? I already have a waiting list."
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games deleted scene
"I didn't have any dog friends at Crystal Prep. Not one. But I wasn't alone. Because I had Twilight Sparkle!"
Twilight's Sparkly Sleepover Surprise


Spike inside Twilight's backpack EG3

Spike the Dog image gallery

See alsoEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 MLP Equestria Girls Minis UK | Pinkie Pie's Slumber Party | Twilight Sparkle. YouTube (2016-01-08). Retrieved on 2016 January 8.
  2. 2.0 2.1 MLP: Equestria Girls Minis - Pinkie Pie's Slumber Party ft. Twilight Sparkle. YouTube (2016-02-11). Retrieved on 2016 February 11.
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