|Initial clothes||Bear Shirt|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+|
|Regional names|| Doudou |
Dozer (スリープ, Sleep?) is a lazy bear from the Animal Crossing series, seen only in Animal Forest, Animal Crossing and Animal Forest e+. As his name suggests, he always seems to talk about dozing, or sleeping, making him sound lazy. His initial phrase is "zzzzzzz", which also makes him sound asleep. His Japanese name, Sleep, also refers to his personality. While he doesn't have an icon like many unreleased villagers, textures of him were found in the data for Happy Home Designer.
His name is shown in the New Leaf Prima Guide, but he does not appear in New Leaf.
Dozer is a purple bear with a bear shirt on initially, a play on the fact he is a bear. He is described as a gum bear. He has a curly black unibrow like Claude, the rabbit of the same personality who also so far only appears in the original games, and a brown muzzle with a black and white nose. The inside of his ears are brown. He seems like he is in bed because of Dozer sleeping. His eyes are almost always closed, like he's sleeping or dozing off. This may be where his name comes from.
Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.
Dozer has a lazy personality, meaning he will mostly talk about food. He will enjoy eating and sleeping, and won't get along with snooty or jock villagers due to the fact that Dozer does not really care about his weight or his physical appearance. He will get along with normal villagers.
Dozer's house has six lamps around a classic bed. Two Exotic Lamps, two Cabana Lamps and two Regal Lamps. He also has two gyroids, an owl clock and a metronome. Dozer has an Opulent Rug and a Manor Wall.
- In an official Animal Crossing poster featuring all of the villagers in New Leaf, the original version initially had a bunch of mistakes. One mistake was Nate being incorrectly labeled as Dozer. This was very odd, as this was the New Leaf roster, and Dozer hadn't been seen in an Animal Crossing game since Population Growing. Aside from them both being male bears, they look nothing alike. It had been fixed and everyone who ordered it got the revised poster for free along with an apology.